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Punjab sets up ATS to break terrorism-gangster nexus


Apart from this, the Punjab government is also mulling bringing a law called the Punjab Control of Organised Criminals Act (PCOCA) to crack the whip on organised crime in the state. Referring to targeted killings of leaders of the Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh and Hindu and Shiv Sena leaders in Punjab since January 2016, the Chief Minister said despite the best efforts and cooperation between the CBI, other central agencies and Punjab Police, no one involved could be identified or apprehended so ... Read More »

Today's Bayonetta PC Update Might Be Teasing a PC Version of Vanquish


They have been all over the place a bit over the years with their PC games release efforts ( look to Nier Automata for a solid attempt that falls short for niche PC gaming setups ). The update changed absolutely nothing, unless you dug around in the Extras menu, where you found... a 22kb file, which was an icon from Vanquish , Platinum's cult hit third person shooter, and Shinji Mikami's last game with the studio. Read More »

96 percent of Trump voters would vote for him again

The new ABC-Washington Post poll shows 42% of Americans approve of Trump's performance as president. "A bigger majority approves of his efforts to pressure USA companies to keep jobs in this country". The poll suggests that while Trump's overall approval ratings remain low, voters continue to be critical of the political establishment more broadly. Read More »

American academic held in North Korea

Abe also said he and Trump agreed that a larger role in dealing with Pyongyang should be played by China. But it seems more than a coincidence that the development follows a summit earlier this month between U.S. "China is very much the economic lifeline to North Korea", President Trump said in a tweet Friday, "so, while nothing is easy, if they want to solve the North Korean problem, they will". Read More »

Gov. Cuomo signs bill giving free SUNY tuition to qualifying students

Then, in January , Cuomo paired up with Vermont's Sen. The budget provides a record $7.5 billion in total support for higher education, a $448 million, or 6.3 percent, increase over a year ago. It pays for just half of the cost of attending college . NY has a higher-than-average cost of living. "Most students need room and board, that's where the big expenses are". Read More »

Trump 'will be insistent' that Congress fund border wall

Trump is meeting with ambassadors of countries on the U.N. Security Council at the White House. House added that "the USA government is supposed to take care of its citizens and, according to the President, Mexico is supposed to pay for the wall". Read More »

Trump comments worry Bannon's populist base


It was a rare public warning shot heard across Washington . The policy was first initiated by President Barack Obama, who released the names of the millions of people who enter the grounds of the White House. For example, Bannon explained to the Conservative Political Action Conference in late February that one of his major goals is the "deconstruction of the administrative state". Read More »

Trump administration sanctions 271 in Syrian chemical attack

The move comes after at least 80 people, including dozens of children, were killed in the 4 April attack in Khan Sheikhoun, a rebel-held town in northern Syria. More recently, sanctions were expanded in connection with its civil war, now in its sixth year, to target offenses linked to the ongoing violence and human rights abuses. Read More »

Leading arts world figures urge Radiohead to cancel Israel gig


Also among the 47 signatories are Wolf Hall writer Peter Kosminsky, Scottish Mercury Prize-winners Young Fathers and actors Ricky Tomlinson, Miriam Margolyes, Maxine Peake, and Juliet Stevenson. The letter adds: "Surely if making a stand against the politics of division, of discrimination and of hate means anything at all, it means standing against it everywhere - and that has to include what happens to Palestinians every day". Read More »

Huawei Enjoy 7 Plus Launched With 4GB RAM, Snapdragon 435 Processor


Smartphone enthusiasts were hoping that the company would release another one that would have specs comparable to the "P10" but with a cheaper price tag. The reason behind these discrepancies is the fact that Huawei had used different combinations of LPDDR3 or LPDDR4 for the RAM, as well as eMMC 5.1, UFS 2.0 or UFS 2.1 for the storage. Read More »

US Nuclear-Powered Sub to Join USS Carl Vinson Near Korean Peninsula


Jim Kilby, the commander of the carrier strike group, noted. United States officials have repeatedly warned that "all options are on the table" to curb the North's weapons ambitions, including military strikes. North Korea says its nuclear program is for self-defense and has warned the United States of a nuclear attack in response to any aggression. The US government has not specified where the carrier strike group is as it approaches the area. Read More »

Afghan army chief, defence minister resign following attack

The resignations came as Defense Secretary James N. Mattis arrived in Kabul on an unannounced visit, becoming the second senior Trump administration official in as many weeks to visit the site of the U.S.'s longest war. By the end, at least five attackers were killed and one was arrested, Araam said. McMaster said in a TV interview after returning to Washington that the recent years has scaled back its military effort against the Taliban. Read More »

Millions vote in Delhi civic polls amid EVM glitches


Men and women stood in long queues braving the scorching sun to cast vote at polling stations. Congress Delhi unit chief Ajya Maken also exercised his franchise in Rajouri Garden. The only thing it has done is engaging in verbal duels with the AAP. The survey has given the BJP 52% of the total votes. The exit poll was conducted among 14,503 respondents in all 270 wards of the three civic bodies that went to the polls on Sunday. Read More »

South Korea's corruption scandal ensnares 2nd top boss

Prosecutors also accuse Park and Choi of taking bribes from Samsung and Lotte and blacklisting artists critical of Park's government to deny them state support. Moon Jae-in leading pollsSouth Korea's presidential campaign for the May 9 elections, started on Monday with opposition Democratic Party's Moon Jae-in leading the polls. Read More »

Steve Bannon's role in Trump's inner circle in jeopardy, sources say


After the firing of Mike Flynn and with Steve Bannon's future on the line, many wonder what it takes to get hired or fired in a Trump administration. The evidence, they say, is that he is backing away from his frothy anti-China rhetoric - on Wednesday he even abandoned his oft-repeated threat to formally brand Beijing as a currency manipulator. Read More »

British PM May's Conservatives on 48 pct support in YouGov poll

But addressing a hall in London packed with supporters, the beleaguered Corbyn denied a Conservative victory was a "foregone conclusion", pointing to his own unlikely election as Labour leader in 2015. Britain's next national election had not been due until 2020, a year after the scheduled completion of two years of European Union exit talks. Speaking at a Tory marginal in Croydon, the Labour leader signalled that the party's manifesto will include an assault on the rich. Read More »

After Berkeley Rescheduled Her Speech, Ann Coulter Just Found an Unlikely Supporter


Even though the university reversed course and said Coulter could speak on campus a different day, the groups hosting Coulter are taking it to court. The lawsuit, filed by attorney Harmeet Dhillon, says that conservative speakers must adhere to rigid demands - the "High-Profile Speaker policy" - that are easily met by liberal speakers but are hard to meet for conservatives, who are in the minority at famously left-leaning Berkeley. Read More »

After dairy, Trump takes swipe at Canada over lumber and energy

Malpeque MP Wayne Easter has some advice for U.S. President Donald Trump over remarks claiming unfair dairy trade practices between Canada and the U.S. "The responses have been very clear in stating the problem is with the low pricing in the United States or world surplus", he said. "We know supply management has served our country very well through many trade agreements". Read More »

Ready to respond to U.S. aggression: North Korea

The role of Russian Federation and China in settling the North Korean nuclear issue is important and cooperation between Japan and these countries will continue in order to put pressure on Pyongyang, Japanese Chief Cabinet Secretary Yoshihide Suga said on Thursday. Read More »

NHL Predictions: Will the Capitals close out the Maple Leafs? 4/23/17

The Caps challenged, hoping for video evidence that Andersen's glove was behind the goal line when he caught the puck, but the great stop stood. Team efforts are how you win in the postseason, and that's precisely what the Capitals did to win four games against a fast, talented, relentless Leafs team. Read More »

"Arrogant", "candidat du showbiz", Philippot raille Macron — Présidentielle


Au lendemain de la qualification de Marine Le Pen pour le second tour de l'lection présidentielle, le vice-président du Front national Florian Philippot était ce lundi l'invité de l'émission Télématin, sur France 2. L'ancien ministre de l'Économie Emmanuel Macron vire en tête (23-24%) devant Marine Le Pen (21,6-23%), selon les estimations des instituts Ipsos, Harris Interactive et Elabe. Read More »

Trump to mark 100 days with Pennsylvania rally


Jeff Mason, the President of the White House Correspondents' Association and a reporter at Reuters, said this year's dinner will be a celebration of the First Amendment regardless of Trump's attendance. On Friday, Trump is expected to sign an order that would fit into his administration's "America First" energy policy, the source said, but did not provide details. Read More »

Iraq inquiry lawyers face hearing over 'reckless' conduct


The firm, its founder Martyn Day and another senior partner, Sapna Malik, together face 20 professional misconduct charges. All three solicitors deny any wrongdoing. They are also charged with making prohibited payments - or backhanders - to a third party, Mazin Younis, totalling £75,000, for the referral of claims. Read More »