07 October 2017

All the news for 07 October 2017 [ 92 news items | Now showing page 1 of 5 ]

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The Golden Touch of Jay Amit Shah

BJP president Amit Shah’s son, Jay Shah, has seen a dramatic increase in some of his businesses since Narendra Modi became prime minister. The post The Go...   [ continue reading...]

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Catalonia’s Fight for Independence Is Not Just a Spanish Matter

Catalans feel they have played by the Spanish rules only to be fooled. Every Catalan National Day millions of people have demonstrated in the streets, asking fo...   [ continue reading...]

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No Need for NIA Probe in Hadiya Case, Kerala Government Tells SC

The Kerala police is competent enough to conduct the investigation, the state government's affidavit says, and would have sent a report to the Centre if any sch...   [ continue reading...]

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Macron Leans Further Right as His Popularity Tanks

As French President Emmanuel Macron continues his push for a stronger EU, it's becoming 'very clear that his agenda is a traditionally right-wing, pro-business...   [ continue reading...]

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British PM Signals Possible Demotion of Foreign Secretary

The Sunday Times said it asked May about her plans for Johnson, who has professed loyalty but is accused by some of the prime minister's allies of undermining h...   [ continue reading...]

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Air Pollution Could Put a Dampener on the Under-17 Football World Cup

All six Indian cities where matches are being held exceeded international safe levels for air quality in October 2016. The post Air Pollution Could Put a Dampen...   [ continue reading...]

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The Occupied Territories Are the Biggest Prison on Earth

Israel was looking for ways to have the Palestinian territories but not the people living in them, says historian and author Ilan Pappé. When the Palesti...   [ continue reading...]

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Dinnertime Photo

We’ll finish up our avian-themed day with this photo of a calico duck in St. James’s Park. I’ve always wanted a calico cat, but maybe a duck w...   [ continue reading...]

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The Life of Labour: 65% of Indian IT workers ‘Not Trainable’, Sustained Unemployment Threatens Economy

Latest news updates from the world of work. The post The Life of Labour: 65% of Indian IT workers ‘Not Trainable’, Sustained Unemployment Threatens...   [ continue reading...]

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Only One Thing Will Work With North Korea, Says Trump

Trump did not make clear to what he was referring, but his comments seemed to be a further suggestion that military action was on his mind. The post Only One Th...   [ continue reading...]

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Republicans Are Still the Same As They’ve Always Been

Ha ha ha ha….um, no: Republicans have always been in favor of spending more on defense and less on social programs. They are still in favor of spending m...   [ continue reading...]

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It Was Like Any Other Concert Security Gig. Then: “A Maze of Bodies.”

Royce Christensen, 21, choked back tears at a candle-lit vigil in Las Vegas on Tuesday night as he remembered one reaction he had during the attack he survived...   [ continue reading...]

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How $40 Can Land You in Prison for Seven Years and on the Sex Offender Registry for Life

(Image: Lauren Walker / Truthout; Adapted: Bark) Sex trafficking has become a rallying cry for law enforcement, prosecutors and politicians. But sex work and s...   [ continue reading...]

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Missing Body Parts of Swedish Journalist Found by Danish Divers

The body parts, a knife and some of Wall's clothes in bags weighted down by bits of metal were found in Koge Bay on Friday by Danish navy divers. The post Missi...   [ continue reading...]

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Passion and Pain: Why Secessionist Movements Rarely Succeed

Despite the passionate for which they are usually fought, independence movements are rarely successful and their outcomes less than hoped for. The post Passion...   [ continue reading...]

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An Opportunistic March Is Far From Enough to Give BJP a Hold on Kerala

While state-level leaders insist otherwise, Amit Shah's early exit from the 'Jana Raksha Yatra' suggests even the BJP recognises its failure. The post An Opport...   [ continue reading...]

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ICAN Win, Can Disarmament Too?

ICAN cannot become a serious step towards disarmament unless nuclear possessors accept to eliminate their arsenals. The post ICAN Win, Can Disarmament Too? app...   [ continue reading...]

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Building Journalists with Integrity and Impact: A Community Journalism Project Takes Shape in Jamaica

The Caribbean needs solid, investigative journalists. One community-based journalism project in Jamaica has taken up the training challenge.   [ continue reading...]

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Warnings of 'Life-Threatening Flooding' as Hurricane Nate Barrels Toward Gulf Coast

Jake Johnson, staff writer"Nate is the ninth hurricane of the 2017 Atlantic season, and the ninth storm in a row in the basin to reach hurricane strength."   [ continue reading...]

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Hurricane Nate Slams US Gulf Coast

Nate comes on the heels of three other major storms, Harvey, Irma and Maria, which devastated Texas, Florida and Puerto Rico, respectively. The post Hurricane N...   [ continue reading...]

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