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Victor Jara killing: Nine Chilean ex-soldiers sentenced

Image copyright Reuters Image caption Victor Jara was killed when he was just 40 years old A judge in Chile has found eight retired soldiers guilty of the 1973 murder of popular folk singer Victor Jara. A ninth suspect was...
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Assam NRC: SC allows deletion of 1.15 lakh names included in first draft from final version set to be published on 30 July

Assam NRC: SC allows deletion of 1.15 lakh names included in first draft from final version set to be published on 30 July

Names of about 1.15 lakh persons which were included in the first draft of the updated National Register of Citizens in Assam published on 31 December, 2017, will be excluded from the final draft. The Supreme Court in its order...
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Supreme Court verdict on AAP-Centre power tussle LIVE updates: After ‘landmark decision’, here’s a list of schemes that stand to gain

Supreme Court verdict on AAP-Centre power tussle LIVE updates: After ‘landmark decision’, here’s a list of schemes that stand to gain

15:42 (IST) Puducherry CM hails SC judgment restricting L-G’s powers  Engaged in a running feud with Lt. Governor Kiran Bedi, Puducherry Chief Minister V Narayanasamy today hailed the Supreme Court judgment on the powers o...
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Marathi film Chumbak, featuring lyricist Swanand Kirkire, to premiere at Indian Film Festival of Melbourne

Marathi film Chumbak, featuring lyricist Swanand Kirkire, to premiere at Indian Film Festival of Melbourne

You are here: The ninth edition of Indian Film Festival of Melbourne (IFFM) which is being held from 10th to 22 August, will screen the upcoming Marathi film Chumbak. The movie has been directed by Sandeep Modi and will feature...
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NPA crisis: Project Sashakat addresses some practical challenges; promotes faster resolution, say analysts

NPA crisis: Project Sashakat addresses some practical challenges; promotes faster resolution, say analysts

New Delhi: Project Sashakat endorsed by the Finance Ministry addresses some of the practical challenges and will promote faster resolution of non-performing assets, analysts said. Independent asset management companies (AMCs) and steering committees would be s...
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Redoine Faid: A few ‘loyal friends’ behind helicopter jailbreak

Redoine Faid: A few ‘loyal friends’ behind helicopter jailbreak

Image copyright AFP Image caption The getaway vehicle was found abandoned north of Paris The dramatic jailbreak-by-helicopter of notorious French gangster Redoine Faid was carried out by four or five close and loyal friends, police say. New details have emerge...
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Wang Jian: China’s HNA Group boss dies in Provence

Wang Jian: China’s HNA Group boss dies in Provence

Image copyright AFP The co-founder and chairman of the giant Chinese conglomerate HNA Group has died in a fall in southern France, his company has confirmed. Wang Jian, 57, “accidentally fell” in Provence, while on a business trip to France,...
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Services surge points to August rate rise

Services surge points to August rate rise

Image copyright Getty Images The UK services sector reported its fastest rise in activity since last October, increasing expectations of an imminent interest rate rise. The purchasing managers’ index (PMI) from IHS Markit/CIPS showed activity rose to 55....
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Poland’s top judge Gersdorf defies retirement law

Poland’s top judge Gersdorf defies retirement law

Image copyright Reuters Image caption Malgorzata Gersdorf has accused the government of carrying out a purge under the guise of retirement reform The head of Poland’s Supreme Court has arrived for work surrounded by hundreds of supporters, rejecting a co...
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Poland Purges Supreme Court, and Protesters Take to Streets

Poland Purges Supreme Court, and Protesters Take to Streets

“In essence, this is the end,” Prime Minister Mateusz Morawiecki said on Thursday after meeting with European leaders. “We do not intend to withdraw from this reform.” Mr. Kaczynski, the governing party’s leader, has not hidden his intentions. “In ...
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