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Electricity raid: Mulayam's house found to use electricity beyond limit

Electricity raid: Mulayam's house found to use electricity beyond limit

Electricity officials reported that Mulayam's house is now using eight times of the permissible limit of 5kW. The leader has been given time till the end of the month to pay the bill. Officials have changed the configuration to allow the use of 40 kW per day, the amount which was being consumed till now. Energy minister Sharma had said that the ambitious "Power for All" pact will also help in meeting the Centre's target of making the state energy efficient by 2018 and help ensure power in all ...


Pope condemns bomb attack that killed dozens of Syrian kids

Pope condemns bomb attack that killed dozens of Syrian kids

Syrian rescue workers the Civil Defence said that they had carted away at least 100 bodies from the site of Saturday's blast, which hit buses carrying Shi'ite residents as they waited to cross from rebel into government territory in an evacuation deal between warring sides.


Officer killed, another wounded in Paris attack; shooter 'neutralized'

Officer killed, another wounded in Paris attack; shooter 'neutralized'

A female foreign tourist also was wounded, Molins said. CNN's Paris bureau is witnessing a large police operation in the area. "We are suffering the consequences of a laxity that has continued for years", she said shortly before the shooting, promising to take a hard line against extremists and anyone suspected of being an Islamist.


Trump says shooting in Paris looks like 'terrorist attack'

Trump says shooting in Paris looks like 'terrorist attack'

Interior Ministry Spokesman Pierre-Henri Brandit said that the suspect got out of a vehicle and opened fire on a police van, killing one officer. A French interior ministry official said police officers were "deliberately" targeted in the attack.


One Officer Killed, Two Wounded In Shooting On Paris' Champs Elysees

One Officer Killed, Two Wounded In Shooting On Paris' Champs Elysees

Searches were conducted in at least one suburb east of Paris after Thursday's attack. The police officials were not authorized to be publicly named discussing the ongoing investigation. "They were running, running", said 55-year-old Badi Ftaïti, who lives in the area. "Some were crying. There were tens, maybe even hundreds of them".


Senate has votes to confirm Neil Gorsuch to Supreme Court

Senate has votes to confirm Neil Gorsuch to Supreme Court

Supreme Court, filling an nearly 14 month-long vacancy. Trump nominated Gorsuch to fill the vacancy left on the Supreme Court by the death of Justice Antonin Scalia previous year. Democrats - angered by Republican leadership's refusal to act on former President Barack Obama's nomination of Judge Merrick Garland in the wake of Scalia's death previous year - filibustered Gorsuch's nomination, labeling him an extremist.