UP Oppn heckles Guv, throws paper missiles at him in House

UP Oppn heckles Guv, throws paper missiles at him in House

She further yelled at the opposition for their misbehavior in the presence of Governor Ram Naik asserting that it was absolutely inauspicious to blow whistles and throw paper balls during the Assembly sessions. Unruffled by the ruckus, the Governor carried on his 30-minute long speech braving the Opposition's paper missiles and hooting. Winning it often indicates that the party which achieved the feat will also win the Lok Sabha elections.

Opinion on Trump Stable Despite Turmoil Over Comey Firing, Poll Finds

WikiLeaks made its offer on its Twitter site Friday after Trump warned in a tweet that Comey had "better hope" that the president didn't have tapes of their dinner meeting. Reports suggest that Comey infuriated Trump with his investigation and discussion of Moscow's meddling in the 2016 election. White House Press Secretary Sean Spicer holds his daily briefing at the White House in Washington on May 3.

Merkel, Macron ready to change European Union treaties if needed

Appointing Philippe could tick several boxes for 39-year-old Macron, France's youngest president, who took power on Sunday. Then, a large crowd outside the chancellery welcomed Macron to Berlin, with some waving European Union flags. Macron faces his first big test next month in legislative elections that will determine how far he is able to advance his reform agenda. Like Macron, Philippe is a product of France's elite ENA college who once worked in the private sector and has little truck ...

N.Korea says new missile can carry heavy nuke

The missile test was the first major security challenge for South Korean President Moon Jae-in, who said in his inaugural address last Wednesday that he would be willing to travel to Pyongyang to try to achieve peace on the divided peninsula.

Scotland needs choice on independence at end of Brexit -Sturgeon

The Scottish Government put forward proposals at the end of past year in an attempt to create a bespoke Brexit deal for Scotland - where the vote to remain was 62% - but Ms Sturgeon said they were "dismissed out of hand by the Prime Minister".