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PIL seeking probe into judge Loya’s death has been dismissed by Supreme Court

The Supreme Court (SC) today ruled there would be no independent investigation into the circumstances surrounding judge BH Loya’s death. The SC today said the plea to investigate the judge’s death was “bereft of any truth”. Also, added that it was an attempt “to malign the judiciary”. It further said judge

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New clashes on Gaza Israel border after fresh violence enters third week

Clashes erupted as thousands protested for a third consecutive Friday along Gaza border with Israel amid violence in which Israeli forces have killed 34 Palestinians and wounded hundreds of others. The numbers of protesters were smaller than in previous weeks, though still substantial and with Gaza’s health ministry reporting dozens more

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US, UK and France launch air strikes in response to chemical attack in Syria

The US, UK and France have launched air strikes against what they allege are Syria chemical weapons facilities in response to chemical weapons attack in a Damascus suburb a week ago. The Pentagon said the air strikes, which began at 4am Syria time, involved planes and ship-launched missiles, more than a hundred

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FIFA World Cup 2018 – U.S. sanctions cause air travel headaches for Russia

FIFA World Cup 2018 is all set to begin from 14 June 2018 till 15 July 2018. The tug of war between USA and Russia might cause some impact on the travel plans of foot ball teams. USA had last week blacklisted some of the Russian companies. And, eight of

ISRO

ISRO IRNSS-1I Navigation Satellite Launched Successfully From Sriharikota

ISRO Polar Satellite Launch Vehicle or PSLV blasted off into space from Sriharikota off the coast of Andhra Pradesh at 4:04 am today. It carried IRNSS-1I, the eighth satellite for India’s homegrown global positioning system. The successful launch came just 14 days after the much larger Geosynchronous Satellite Launch Vehicle or

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Nerve Agent: Yulia Skripal, poisoned daughter of ex-spy, discharged from hospital

The spy saga that set off international tumult last month took a positive turn Tuesday as Yulia Skripal was released from a British hospital more than a month after she and her father were poisoned with a military-grade nerve agent. “This is not the end of her treatment, but marks

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FBI Raids Michael Cohen’s Office; Trump Calls It ‘Disgraceful’

The FBI raided the Rockefeller Center office and Park Avenue hotel room of President Trump’s longtime personal lawyer, Michael D. Cohen, on Monday morning, seizing business records, emails and documents related to several topics, including a payment to a pornographic film actress. How Did Donald Trump React on FBI Raid?

aurora station

Aurora Station – First-ever Luxury Hotel In Space to be launched in 2021! How to Book It?

Named after the magical light phenomenon that illuminates the Earth’s polar skies, Aurora Station is being developed by Orion Span and the company’s team of space industry veterans, who have over 140 years of human space experience. A hotel with all luxuries and private suites is going to be launched into space

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Facebook Data Leak – Nine Most Important Changes In Facebook That You Should Know!

Facebook data leak through Cambridge Analytica has been in news from past one month or so. Due to this incident Facebook was forced to take necessary actions to retain it’s reputation. So, let’s go through some of the changes Facebook has made effective from 9 April 2018 to restrict data

H-1b Visa

What is H-1B Visa and Why Donald Trump Is So Strict About It? (Complete FAQs)

It is H-1B visa season. US companies seeking high-skilled foreign workers have been rushing to submit applications for visas since the government started accepting them on Monday. The petitions arrived by the truckload to government processing centers. Hailed by proponents as vital to US innovation, the programme has also been criticized