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Chhattisgarh attack cold blooded murder: Rajnath

Chhattisgarh attack cold blooded murder: Rajnath

Prime Minister Narendra Modi said the attack on the patrol party of the Central Reserve Police Force (CRPF) was cowardly. "It was a proud moment for us and for the country", said his father Rajinder Prasad Sharma, who has also served the CRPF.


'Bogus' Brexit arguments not the reason Theresa May called election

'Bogus' Brexit arguments not the reason Theresa May called election

At the event, May criticised her opponents the Labour Party, the Scottish National Party and the Liberal Democrats as, she said, they "want to do everything to stop us from being able to take Britain forward" and frustrate Brexit. The government's current working majority is only 17 seats. May and her Brexit ministers face tough negotiations with Brussels to agree a deal for Britain after it leaves the EU.



North Korea threatens to sink USA aircraft carrier with single strike

North Korea, meanwhile, remained defiant. The U.S. government has not specified where the carrier strike group is as it approaches the area. In a series of editorials the Rodong Sinmun newspaper - the official mouthpiece of the ruling Workers' Party - said the North's forces were undeterred and called the U.S.


Canada US relationship bigger, more important than any one 'irritant,' says PM

Canada US relationship bigger, more important than any one 'irritant,' says PM

But she said at least some of the offers she's heard about would lock farmers into year-long contracts at terms that would make it hard for them to recoup their production costs. When Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau visited Trump in February, Trump said he only expected to be "tweaking" the U.S. "It's been frustrating to the timber industry for years to see full rail cars heading south from Canada", said Scott Dane, executive director of the Gilbert-based Associated Contract Loggers and ...


Cruz Proposes Using Drug Lord's Money To Build Wall

Cruz Proposes Using Drug Lord's Money To Build Wall

Currently, U.S. prosecutors are attempting to seize $14 billion worth of profits and assets from Guzman's criminal activities. The indictment alleges that between January 1989 and December 2014, El Chapo led a continuing criminal enterprise responsible for importing into the United States and distributing massive amounts of illegal narcotics and conspiring to murder persons who posed a threat to El Chapo's narcotics enterprise, the press release finished.