Dissatisfaction of Delhites resulted in MCD results: Amit Shah

Dissatisfaction of Delhites resulted in MCD results: Amit Shah

The AAP has performed extremely badly in the Municipal Corporation of Delhi (MCD) elections. The BJP also won Rajender Nagar ward in North Delhi Municipal Corporation (NDMC). Hazare also rejected Kejriwal's charge regarding tampering of electronic voting machines and said that in reality the gap between the AAP leaders' words and deeds eroded public faith in them.

You are part of the gilded elite, Le Pen taunts cocky Macron

The final days of the presidential campaign were upended by an attack claimed by the Islamic State group that killed a police officer on Paris' Champs-Elysees, feeding into one of Le Pen's central themes. "They can be in agreement with us", National Front Vice President Steeve Brios told The Associated Press. Marine Le Pen's decision to take a leave of absence from the day-to-day management of the party appeared to be an attempt to portray herself as being above the narrow world of ...

'Rebel without a cause' Corbyn unsuitable for No 10 - Tory chief

But as she spoke Mr Corbyn explicitly ruled out any post-election coalition with the SNP, insisting that he would not do a deal with Nicola Sturgeon's party to forge a so-called "progressive alliance", as hers was not a progressive party. Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn is firing a warning shot at Mike Ashley and other controversial business figures as he officially beings his party's General Election fight.

Roberts: Senate confirms Trump's pick for agriculture secretary

Sen. President Donald Trump will sign an executive order on Tuesday to create a task force designed to promote agriculture and rural prosperity in America. Trump recently said he is considering action to help American dairies after Canada's supply management system allegedly blocked imports of a certain kind of milk.

Syria still has chemical weapons: USA defence secy

Mattis, on a swing through the Middle East that includes stops in Egypt, Saudi Arabia and Qatar, warned that Syria would be "ill advised" to use chemical weapons in the future, saying that "we've made that very clear with our strike" two weeks ago.

Student accused of planting bomb on London Tube train

Student accused of planting bomb on London Tube train

Smith accepted building a device and leaving it on the tube train, but said it was a "prank" and that he had no intention of harming anyone. Smith, who was in the first year of a computer sciences degree at London Metropolitan University, had moved to London with his mother shortly before carrying out the alleged bomb plot, on October 20 last year, on the eastbound Jubilee train between Southwark and London Bridge.