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People Assam floods death toll rises to 60
Author: 0 Assam floods death toll rises to 60

Almost 15 lakh people are affected at 26 districts in flood. The latter two states are enduring their worst floods and landslides in years amid more than a week of incessant rain. But the government dismissed the allegations, saying adequate resources are allotted for flood survivors and efforts are being made to save the marooned people and distribute relief quickly.

People US provides visas to up to 15000 temporary workers
Author: 0 US provides visas to up to 15000 temporary workers

The government generally offers 66,000 such visas a year. In order to help US businesses at risk of suffering "irreparable harm", the Department of Homeland Security said Monday it will provide as many as 15,000 new H-2B visas this year for temporary seasonal workers.

People South Korea offers military talks with North Korea
Author: 0 South Korea offers military talks with North Korea

The US maintains nearly 29,000 military servicemen stationed in South Korea , claiming they act as deterrence against potential aggression from North Korea . Suh said he expected a "positive response" to the idea, without elaborating on what he meant by hostility. He said that Seoul will "was not the collapse of the North or the unification through absorption of the North", and urged Pyongyang to re-establish the channels of communication inter-Korean.

People Poland's top politician says judiciary needs radical steps
Author: 0 Poland's top politician says judiciary needs radical steps

It gives lawmakers a dominant role in appointing judges, a move that opposition parties and rights groups said would make jurists subject to political influence. The Supreme Court supervises and provides guidance to lower courts on complex cases and can rule in disputed cases. "Poland's parliamentary opposition is determined to defend the country's rule of law and its Constitution".

People Trump says he is considering quotas, tariffs on Chinese steel dumping
Author: 0 Trump says he is considering quotas, tariffs on Chinese steel dumping

When asked about tariffs, the president commented: "There are two ways: quotas and tariffs". "I am optimistic that this important trade, which leads to millions of good jobs on both sides of the border, will continue", he added. That would be a boon for the domestic steel industry, but it would make USA -made cars more expensive and push consumers to buy cheaper cars from foreign companies unaffected by the tariff, economists say.

People Gunmen attack voters in Venezuela's symbolic - but meaningless - referendum
Author: 0 Gunmen attack voters in Venezuela's symbolic - but meaningless - referendum

Now the opposition of the new goverment is brutally repressed with bullets, water tanks, pepper spray and tear gas by the Venezuelan riot police. The opposition's electoral event asked Venezuelans three "Yes" or "No" questions: Do you reject reject Maduro's Constituent Assembly, a process seeking to establish a new Constitution scheduled to be held July 30; do you demand Venezuela's security forces support the opposition-controlled National Assembly legislature and the country's 1999 ...

People Mike McCray Named To 2017 Butkus Award Watch List
Author: 0 Mike McCray Named To 2017 Butkus Award Watch List

He had a season-high against No. 19 LSU with 93 yards rushing and 68 yards receiving. He is one of eight starters returning on the defense, one reason for the confidence of Auburn fans about the 2017 season. A national selection committee composed of 16 sports journalists and former NFL stars votes for the finalists and the victor, with fan voting powered by Texas Roadhouse comprising the 17th vote.

People Sikkim standoff: Chinese troops hold advance military drill near Arunachal Pradesh
Author: 0 Sikkim standoff: Chinese troops hold advance military drill near Arunachal Pradesh

The stand-off erupted in mid-June, after the Indian forces prevented the road-construction party of PLA to construct a road in Doklam, lying at the tri-juncture of India, Bhutan and China. "India has to know illegal stay of its troops in Doklam will by no means force a fait accompli there, and that it has to change its mind before things go even worse", said Xinhua.

People Auto lands on roof of house
Author: 0 Auto lands on roof of house

Before that, his mom lived there. Although Redding was was able to maneuver himself around in the living room after the crash the house may not be habitable again. Authorities say the vehicle was apparently speeding when it went up an embankment and became airborne, landing on the roof of the home. "Something that you work for, something that you put a lot of work into, it can be gone in a second".

People State Police To Release Sketch Of Killer In Delphi Murders
Author: 0 State Police To Release Sketch Of Killer In Delphi Murders

The composite sketch was created after state police received new information, sources tell Call 6 Investigates. "Police say the person depicted in the composite sketch is described as a white male between 5'6" to 5'10", weighing 180 to 220 pounds, with reddish brown hair.

People Russian Federation hurls MAJOR insult Trump as diplomatic row threatens to spark WW3
Author: 0 Russian Federation hurls MAJOR insult Trump as diplomatic row threatens to spark WW3

Former President Obama in December ordered the seizure of two Russian diplomatic compounds in Maryland and Long Island and expelled 35 diplomats over Moscow's meddling in the election. According to Sputnik, a senior official from the White House said Washington is going to give back Russia's diplomatic properties only under the condition that it will receive something in return from Moscow.

People Anu Emmanuel to join the sets of Bunny's film
Author: 0 Anu Emmanuel to join the sets of Bunny's film

I'm very much excited to work with Vakkantham Vamsi who will be wielding megaphone for the first time. Reportedly, she was okayed after screen testing several heroines. The film will be shot in the picturesque locales of Himachal Pradesh, Kashmir and other locations where Indian army is stationed. Kollywood's top actor Sarathkumar is playing the main villain.

People Emirates, flydubai unveil extensive partnership plan
Author: 0 Emirates, flydubai unveil extensive partnership plan

In the fiscal year 2016/2017 which ended on March 31, Emirate posted an annual profit of 340 million USA dollars, down 82.38 percent from 1.93 billion dollars last year "due to stronger dollar", said the carrier. An Emirates spokesperson declined to comment on whether plans would be hatched to construct an internal link between flydubai's hub Terminal 2 and Emirates' Terminal 3.

People Software makers boost India's Sensex, Nifty to record
Author: 0 Software makers boost India's Sensex, Nifty to record

Indian stock market also drew support from positive Asian markets. Back home, Wipro led gains, rising 3.1 percent after saying it's considering a buyback. ITC (down around 2 per cent) was among the top Nifty50 losers. Among specific stocks, Shares of Religare Enterprises (down 4.14 per cent) and Fortis Healthcare (down 8.66 per cent) plunged after rating agency India Ratings downgraded RHC Holding's NCDs to default.

People Presidential nominee Ram Nath in Bhubaneswar, meets BJD MPs, MLAs
Author: 0 Presidential nominee Ram Nath in Bhubaneswar, meets BJD MPs, MLAs

Clash of ideologies! For BJP , Kovind will win comfortably and for Congress, Meira Kumar is the best choice for president post. It will be only the second time that India has had a Dalit head of state. The results will be declared on 20 July. Meanwhile, Raje also addressed the MLAs, MPs ensuring their full support to him during presidential election.

People Qatar Crisis: call for regional solution and global monitoring to resolve dispute
Author: 0 Qatar Crisis: call for regional solution and global monitoring to resolve dispute

Abu Dhabi is said to have orchestrated the hack to post inflammatory quotes falsely attributed to Qatar's Emir, Sheikh Tamim Bin Hamad al-Thani, the Washington Post reports . The United Arab Emirates warned Qatar on Monday it could not belong to the Gulf Cooperation Council if it undermined regional security, calling for a "change of behaviour" but not "regime change".

People Trump brushes off record low approval rating: 'Not bad at this time'
Author: 0 Trump brushes off record low approval rating: 'Not bad at this time'

The approval rating for Trump, who approaches six months in office, is lower than that of any of his predecessors in 70 years, Xinhua reported. Forty-eight per cent of people think the US's place as a global leader has weakened under Mr Trump , compared to 27 per cent who say it has strengthened, the poll found.

People Pres. Duterte Thinks Men Have Balls If They Rape Miss Universe Candidates
Author: 0 Pres. Duterte Thinks Men Have Balls If They Rape Miss Universe Candidates

Is there a law which says that you can not blurt such statements as: "do not bring our children to perdition because you'll not only lose your funds, you'll lose your life?" he added. "I thought, the mayor should have been first", causing a furor, both locally and overseas. "Just do your job". I will go to jail for you. I was mad she was raped but she was so attractive.

Author: 0 Milan and Chelsea target Belotti absent from Torino kit launch

This is due to the fact that Belotti has reportedly informed his current club that he only wants Milan, and will wait out all other offers until a move to Vincenzo Montella's side materialises. Belotti, who scored 26 times in 35 Serie A appearances for Torino last season, has been strongly linked with both Milan and Chelsea so far this summer.

People USA police shoot Australian woman who called for help
Author: 0 USA police shoot Australian woman who called for help

If anybody can help, just call police and demand answers ". Minneapolis Mayor Betsy Hodges says she's "heartsick" and "deeply disturbed" by what occurred. "It was a hard decision for her to make", King said. "I want to know more". We will not make any further comment or statement and ask that you respect our privacy.

People UK PM Theresa May to warn cabinet ministers over top-level leaks: Spokesperson
Author: 0 UK PM Theresa May to warn cabinet ministers over top-level leaks: Spokesperson

According to media reports, during a discussion on transport, the chancellor quipped that driving trains had now been made so easy that "even a woman" could do it . After seven years of a punishing pay cap, all public sector employees need a pay rise. Iain Duncan Smith, former Tory leader, said he was dismayed at the leadership speculation in the Sunday papers, telling some of his colleagues: "Just for once, shut up for God's sake".