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Collector serves show cause notice to Sum Hospital

In spite of that, the hospital was running. The Commission has observed that "callous attitude" and "lapses of the authorities", if any, amount to violation of right to life of the patients, and expressed shock as to how the state authorities "allowed" such a large number of hospitals to function without proper fire safety clearance. Read More

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Putin to Kremlin journalists: US is watching you

Putin to Kremlin journalists: US is watching you

Hours before hosting a summit of five emerging world economies here, India on Saturday announced a deal to buy S-400 Triumf long-range surface-to-air missiles from Russian Federation. Russian Federation hopes its ties with the USA can go back to normal after the American presidential election, regardless of who wins, President Vladimir Putin said Sunday. Read More

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McMullin's Chances and the Possibility of Winning the US Presidential Race

McMullin's name is also on the ballot in 10 others states, including Idaho. That simple idea explains why Utah has risen up and why your state may be next. Soon after the tape surfaced, several prominent Republicans in the state revoked their support for the GOP presidential nominee. Chaffetz said he could not look his 15-year-old daughter in the eye if he voted for Trump. Read More

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Trump goes on the defense, calls sexual assault allegations 'fiction'

Trump goes on the defense, calls sexual assault allegations 'fiction'

US intelligence officials have blamed a rash of hacking attacks against Democratic targets and distributed through Wikileaks on a Russian effort to influence the election - likely in Trump's favor. The Trump campaign denied these latest allegations, the Post said. Crooks said Trump kissed her "directly on the mouth" against her will. And in a sucker punch, the letter said that there was no possible libel case against the newspaper because of the damage that Trump had already ... Read More

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Foster, Taylor questionable for Tennessee game with concussions

He's thrown for 1,242 yards and nine touchdowns compared to just two interceptions in six games, which is extremely impressive for a true freshman. "I think the big thing is you can't relax when you're on the road". For the Volunteers to pull off the upset, Dobbs needs to have a performance similar to the one he had last week against Texas A&M (455 total yards). The Red Wolves may have kick-started their season last week with a come-from-behind victory over Georgia Southern. Read More

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Erdogan warns of 'plan B' over Mosul offensive

Erdogan warns of 'plan B' over Mosul offensive

Meanwhile, a U.S. State Department official told Anadolu Agency on condition of anonymity on October 13 that Turkish forces had entered Iraq with Baghdad's consent. Ankara fears that the operation to retake Mosul could be spearheaded by Shiite militia and also include Kurdish militia vehemently opposed by Turkey. Read More

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Twin Ports Fans React to Bob Dylan Winning Nobel Prize

It's a stunning announcement. Montreal-based author Kathleen Winter says the legendary American singer-songwriter is "one of the greatest poets of all time". Bob Dylan is, without question, a musical genius. Here, certainly, is a writer who is artistically ideal. He changed the direction of American pop music precisely by bringing poetry to the lyrics. Read More

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Chinese envoy summoned to address Coast Guard sinking

Chinese envoy summoned to address Coast Guard sinking

The growing seriousness of the problem from such illegal activities was reinforced on October 7 when a Chinese boat intentionally collided and sank a South Korean Coast Guard vessel that was trying to stop illegal fishing. The ambassador did not comment to reporters as he arrived at the foreign ministry. Following the incident, Seoul said it will actively use force, including crew-served weapons, against boats and fishermen that violently interfere with the authorities' execution of their ... Read More

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Theresa May gives Parliament a say in Brexit

When asked if he thought there were too many people coming to the United Kingdom from Europe, he said: "We tend to forget there has been a huge number of people coming in recent years and it's a huge concern to people". However the prime minister has refused. "Given how aggressively short the pound the market was positioned, the prospect of United Kingdom parliament at least discussing the downside of a " hard Brexit " has encouraged substantial profit-taking on those positions", said Sean ... Read More

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Billy Bush suspended from 'Today' show over Trump tape

Roker said that his 14-year old son was given a school assignment to watch the debate, and "felt badly that this is what they had to watch, especially the topic matter in the first 10 minutes was very cringeworthy". The 2005 tape was made when Bush worked on the entertainment news show Access Hollywood as he rode with Trump to the set of a daytime drama where Trump made a cameo appearance. Read More

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Four comeback tough for Federer, warns Stan

Four comeback tough for Federer, warns Stan

Nadal is in action later against Viktor Troicki, before Murray takes on Steve Johnson in the late match on the Shanghai centre court. Shanghai - Roger Federer won't find it easy to get back to the top of tennis as he battles to recover from his biggest injury yet, fellow Swiss Stan Wawrinka warned on Wednesday. Read More

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Hurricane Matthew turns up Civil War-era artifacts in SC

Hurricane Matthew turns up Civil War-era artifacts in SC

Witnesses reported hearing at least two loud booms and seeing smoke in the area Sunday evening during the detonation of some of the cannonballs. Richard Beck said he knew as soon as he saw the objects that they were old cannonballs. "There was a gun emplacement there during the Civil War and this must have been a stack because they were all consolidated together", he said. The first shots of the Civil War were fired at nearby Fort Sumter in 1861. Read More

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