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On BSE , the stock listed at a loss of 5.23 per cent at Rs 199. PSP Projects is a multi-disciplinary construction company offering a diversified range of construction and allied services across industrial, institutional and residential projects in India.
  • Chelsea Manning Released From Military Prison

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    The Army said Tuesday that Manning would remain on active duty in a special, unpaid status that will legally entitle her to military medical care, along with commissary privileges. The soldier was actually born Bradley Manning, but revealed after being sentenced to prison that she always felt like a woman and wanted to live her life as Chelsea rather than Bradley.
  • British Police Decry Apparent US Leaks Of Manchester Attack Evidence

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    A woman arrested Wednesday during a raid on an apartment north of Manchester has been released without charge. Greater Manchester Police say two more men were arrested early Thursday. Hashim told investigators he knew "all the details" of the attack before it was carried out, and said he and his brother belonged to ISIS , the Special Deterrent Force said.
  • Papa Francisco recibió a Trump en audiencia privada

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    Todo comenzó con la llegada de la pareja presidencial a Israel, oportunidad en que la Primera Dama le negó abiertamente la mano a Trump . El mensaje de Trump parece responder al pedido del pontífice, quien durante la audiencia previa le pidió que fuera un " instrumento de paz ".
  • Trump succeeding where Obama failed on Middle East

    Trump succeeding where Obama failed on Middle East

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    Ronen Zeidel, an expert on the Middle East Affairs from the University of Haifa. "Our fundamental problem is with the occupation and settlements , and failure of Israel to recognise the state of Palestine in the same way we recognise it, which undermines the realisation of the two-state solution", Abbas said.
  • United Kingdom police hunt Manchester bomber's network, angered by U.S. leaks

    United Kingdom police hunt Manchester bomber's network, angered by U.S. leaks

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    The New York Times defended publishing the leaked photographs from the scene of the attack, which killed 22 people and injured dozens at the end of a concert by USA popstar Ariana Grande . The U.S. singer had been scheduled to perform two shows at London's O2 arena this week. The two main parties will restart their national campaigns on Friday but UKIP, which was key to securing Britain's exit from the European Union, said the best response to the attack was to begin as soon as possible.
  • Macron says long Trump handshake 'not innocent'

    Macron says long Trump handshake 'not innocent'

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    A second poll also confirmed that pattern, with Harris Interactive/LCP forecasting that Macron's party would get 31 percent of votes in the first round of the June vote, with the FN second on 19 percent and the Republicans on 18 percent. The U.S. and French presidents had a warm conversation, the official added, noting Trump appeared to compare himself to Macron by complimenting him on both his business background and for mounting an underdog campaign to become the president.
  • "Los Simpson" revelan dónde guarda Trump cintas comprometedores del FBI

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    Junto a Trump está el fiscal general Jeff Sessions, el espíritu de Richard Nixon y por supuesto Comey como estrellas de este mordaz y divertido segmento. Sólo te daré un consejo: "Si tienes cintas debes quemarlas", aseveró. El pasado mes de abril, la serie no dejó pasar desapercibido los primeros 100 días del presidente Donald Trump e hizo una crítica humorística de otras polémicas de su administración.
  • Death toll from Sri Lanka rains mounts to 164

    Death toll from Sri Lanka rains mounts to 164

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    The UN said it was assisting in relief efforts in response to a government appeal. The meteorological department said the rains ended a prolonged drought that had threatened agriculture as well as hydropower generation. Rohan Pethiyagod, head of the Tea Board in the world's largest black tea-exporting country, said supplies would be disrupted for the next tea auction because of lack of transportation.
  • Philippines military strikes IS militant positions in embattled town

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    Members of Philippine Marines walk next to an armoured fighting vehicle (AFV) as they advance their position in Marawi City , Philippines May 28, 2017. Attached to one of the bodies was a sign that said "Munafik" (hypocrite). In one area, the bodies of eight men who appeared to have been executed by militants were found in a ravine, police said.
  • Rep. Jason Chaffetz to Leave Congress in June

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    Chaffetz previously has not ruled out another run for public office at some point in the future. His decision to leave early comes after his invitation for ousted FBI Director James Comey to testify before Congress Wednesday regarding his memos about his converstations with President Trump and investigations into Russian interference in the 2016 election.
  • Parking dispute escalates to fatal shooting; 2 dead

    Parking dispute escalates to fatal shooting; 2 dead

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    An argument over a parking space in a crowded tourist district escalated into two fatal shootings, including one involving police officers, authorities said Monday. Officers arrested the suspects, who have been identified as NY residents, the Herald reports. According to Miami-Dade Police, the incident included two separate shootings in which two people were killed.
  • [ 29th May 2017 ] Tiger Woods arrested in Florida on DUI charge

    [ 29th May 2017 ] Tiger Woods arrested in Florida on DUI charge

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    His most recent operation - his fourth since 2014 - was just more than a month ago when he underwent fusion surgery on his back. It's just a matter of not screwing up and letting it fuse. He is now recovering from surgery that he underwent in April. "I respect and love Tiger man, dry up.that's not the look, bro". "Right now, my sole focus is rehab and doing what the doctors tell me", he wrote.
  • Tens of thousands gather in Jerusalem to celebrate 50th anniversary of reunification

    Tens of thousands gather in Jerusalem to celebrate 50th anniversary of reunification

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    Ambassador Ron Dermer, who was among a group of dignitaries seated in the meeting , clearly displayed his emotions after Mr Trump carried on his speech by saying, "We've just got back from the Middle East". "I am committed to trying to achieve a peace agreement between the Israelis and the Palestinians and I intend to do everything I can to help them achieve that goal".
  • Portland mayor urges cancellation of Trump rally

    Portland mayor urges cancellation of Trump rally

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    The teens moved toward the back of the train, preparing to get off at the next stop. As the girls prepared to leave the train, they turned and say the man stabbing people and they started running for their lives. He was arrested a short time after the attack when he was confronted by other men. Then a stranger intervened, telling the man that he "can't disrespect these young ladies like that".
  • G7 leaders fail to agree on Paris climate change Accord

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    President Donald Trump said that he would make a decision next week on whether the USA would commit to the 2015 Paris Agreement. The reaction was swift and critical. But with Trump promising to build a "beautiful" wall on the US-Mexico border, it also said "we reaffirm the sovereign rights of states, individually and collectively, to control their own borders".
  • Ahead of Summit, Trump calls Germans 'very bad' on trade

    Ahead of Summit, Trump calls Germans 'very bad' on trade

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    Niger President Mahamadou Issoufou urged the G7 to take urgent measures to end the crisis in Libya - the point of departure for hundreds of thousands of migrants looking for a better life in Europe. What will the G7 focus on? The final communique is expected to be little more than six pages long, against 32 pages previous year, with diplomats saying the leaders wanted a simpler document to reach a wider audience.
  • Trump promises climate decision next week after G7 stalemate

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    The other six nations in the Group of Seven agreed to stick with their commitment to implement the 2015 Paris deal that aims to slow down global warming. They restored a vow to fight protectionism - the use of import taxes and skewed regulations that favor domestic producers over their foreign competitors.
  • Tulowitzki hits grand slam, Jays rout Reds 17-2

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    Stroman (6-2) allowed two runs in six innings, improving to 5-0 with a 2.96 ERA in his past eight starts. Justin Smoak hit a three-run homer and Russell Martin added a two-run shot for the Blue Jays, who have 43 home runs in May. Reds: RHP Homer Bailey (elbow surgery) pitched two innings in an extended spring training game Monday. Run-away wins have been few and far between for the Blue Jays, but Monday night wasn't very stressful for the club.
  • Tiger Woods arrested on drink drive charge

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    Woods, 41, has struggled in recent years with a bad back. A statement by the police said that the incident occurred at around 3 am, in close proximity to the golfer's restaurant, The Woods. "There's a long way to go, but as I said, words can not convey how good it feels to be pain-free". "It has been just over a month since I underwent fusion surgery on my back, and it is hard to express how much better I feel", Woods wrote on his website last week.
  • Trump tells 'confidants' USA will quit Paris climate deal

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    Gen. H.R. McMaster, said Trump's participation in the ceremony was an implicit endorsement of Article 5. Disappointment over the Paris Agreement was countered by relief when Trump agreed on Saturday to language in the final G7 communique that pledged "to fight all forms of protectionism" and committed to a rules-based worldwide trade system.
  • Trump hails fallen Colorado Springs soldier, others at Arlington

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    Secretary Kelly's other son, Johnny, is getting ready for his fifth military deployment . During his first Memorial Day as President, Trump also honoured the dedication and sacrifice of the fallen heroes, as well as that of the families they have left behind during a speech at the cemetery's Amphitheater.
  • Refuerzan la seguridad de Macri por alertas de Inteligencia

    Refuerzan la seguridad de Macri por alertas de Inteligencia

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    La custodia del presidente Mauricio Macri fue reforzada en las última horas, debido a dos informes de Inteligencia que advierten por la entreda de criminales narco al país."Estamos en alerta", dijeron fuentes de seguridad citadas por el diario Clarín .
  • Ontario may create safe zones around abortion clinics

    Ontario may create safe zones around abortion clinics

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    He said the legislation will be tabled in the fall. He says every woman in Ontario has the right to make decisions about her own health care without fear. He said he plans to consult widely and hopes to have the legislation ready for consideration in the fall. 'Bubble-zone' law upheld in B.C. and N.L.
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    La oficina anticorrupción explicó que la productora PPT , aunque no podía comercializar publicidad a organismos oficiales, se benefició con el 50 % de la pauta publicitaria que pagó la Anses por la llamada publicidad no tradicional .
  • Corea del Norte lanza lo que aparenta ser un misil — ÚLTIMA HORA

    Corea del Norte lanza lo que aparenta ser un misil — ÚLTIMA HORA

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    Los dirigentes del G7 calificaron el sábado las pruebas nucleares y de misiles norcoreanos de "amenaza grave", y se mostraron dispuestos a tomar medidas al respecto. En la entrevista que el titular del Pentágono mantuvo con la emisora CBS el día 28 -hora local-, sostuvo en que caso de un enfrentamiento con Corea del Norte , sería "la peor guerra" para la mayor parte de las personas del mundo.
  • Monaco's Bernardo Silva set to join Manchester City for £60m

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    Silva, with 10 goals and 10 assists to his name in the 2016-17 campaign, will wear the number 20 shirt next season. "I'm going to be joining one of the best teams in the world". "Muito Obrigado Bernardo. and Good Luck!", said Monaco on their website. They've announced the capture of AS Monaco and Portugal worldwide midfielder Bernardo Silva .
  • Boy, 10, falls from slide at water park opening

    Boy, 10, falls from slide at water park opening

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    The parents of the boy decided not to press charges or call the ambulance, preferring to have the water park's first aid staffs check their son out. The boy, whose name was not released, sustained scraped and other minor injuries and appeared to be sore, Smith said.
  • Trump's policies weakened the West: German Foreign Minister

    Trump's policies weakened the West: German Foreign Minister

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    Young says he remains "bullish" on the transatlantic alliance, with the USA retaining its traditional role at its head: He says the members of the Group of Seven share common values, and a common interest in winning the war on terrorism. "But we must know, we have to fight for our own future", she said. The SPD have made clear they will resist pressure from Trump for Germany to ramp up defence spending, another issue that resonates well with German voters.
  • Memorial Day Ceremony Held at Sprint Pavilion

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    James Lemon, a World War II vet, attended the ceremony. For this and many other reasons, our living veterans of the Vietnam War deserve respect and admiration - make sure to thank them on this day - but their service pales in comparison to those who made the ultimate sacrifice for our country; and it is those fallen soldiers, sailors, airmen and Marines whom we honor on Memorial Day.
  • Trump appears to shove Montenegro PM at North Atlantic Treaty Organisation meet

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    European NATO leaders are approaching this summit with trepidation. Both the countries share sensitive information as part of the "Five Eyes" alliance, which also includes Canada, Australia and New Zealand. cannot "add an asterisk" to Article 5 . Rudd yesterday slammed USA leaks on the investigation into the deadly Manchester terror attack as "irritating" and said she had made it clear to Washington that it "should not happen again".
  • Pep Guardiola waves at camera in Manchester city centre

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    The Watford boss's departure from Vicarage Road was announced on Wednesday after a hard season that means his side will nearly certainly finish in the bottom half. 'It has been nine wonderful years, ' he said. After the game, Zabaleta received quite a lovely send off from the Citizens. "I am not getting any younger but I can play for two more years and have got offers from different countries".
  • Putin visits France for talks; Macron does not give an inch

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    France's President Emmanuel Macron and his Russian counterpart Vladimir Putin attempted to improve their countries' strained ties on Monday during talks at Versailles palace described by Macron as "extremely frank". But Macron said France would show "no weakness" if chemical weapons were used, and would immediately respond. As Putin stepped out of his vehicle, many people pulled out their cameras to capture the greeting between the two leaders.
  • Key photos from President Trump's first trip overseas

    Key photos from President Trump's first trip overseas

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    This is something no one would have predicted in December 2015, when candidate Trump called for a ban on Muslim visitors to the US. If these fallacies wind up serving as the basis for future policy, they will erode support for human rights and ultimately harm USA interests.
  • Modi's Berlin visit signals Asian pivot for Atlanticist Merkel

    Modi's Berlin visit signals Asian pivot for Atlanticist Merkel

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    It follows comments from German Chancellor Angela Merkel which suggested her country should no longer rely on Britain and the United States after Brexit and the election of President Donald Trump . "Those who have accompanied Chancellor Merkel journalistically for a long time know how important the German-American relations are", Seibert said.
  • Apple Posts Three New 'Switch to iPhone' Ads

    Apple Posts Three New 'Switch to iPhone' Ads

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    Exactly one week ago Apple launched a revamped "Switch" page on its website . Check those out here. The final video, called Contacts , simply outlines how easy it is for Android users to migrate their contacts to the iPhone. Finally, Cupertino's microsite lets users know how to switch at an Apple Store, informs them about Apple's commitment to the environment, and another round of encouragement to switch over to the iPhone.
  • Trump meets with Abbas in West Bank

    Trump meets with Abbas in West Bank

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    He was accompanied by the Rabbi of the Western Wall, Shmuel Rabinowitz, who said on Israel Radio that he recited two psalms with the U.S. leader. President Trump stressed the importance of creating an environment consistent with the desire for peace.
  • Senator calls for ejection of Turkish ambassador

    Senator calls for ejection of Turkish ambassador

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    Washington DC police called in reinforcements and separated the two sides, making two arrests. Some of the protesters carried posters and flags linked to the PKK terrorist organization, an Anadolu Agency correspondent reported . Photos and videos posted on social media by witnesses showed a chaotic scene of flying fists, feet and police batons. The background of the two men arrested wasn't immediately clear.