TRS to hold talks with YSR Cong on federal front

Telangana Rashtra Samithi (TRS) Chief K Chandrasekhar Rao deputed the party’s working president and his son K T Rama Rao and other senior leaders to hold parleys with the leader of the opposition in Andhra Pradesh, Y S Jaganmohan Reddy Wednesday, a release from the ruling TRS said.

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I’m in touch with ‘missing’ Cong MLAs, don’t worry: Kumaraswamy

New Delhi: A day after two independent MLAs from Karnataka quit the HD Kumaraswamy government, 99 BJP MLAs who flew to Delhi over the weekend are still holed up at a five-star resort in Gurugram.

The MLAs are at the resort since the weekend, when the BJP had a two-day leadership conclave. The 99 MLAs are occupying 60 of its 100-odd rooms, say reports.

The chief minister has maintained a confident mien saying that they will remain in control despite the two independent MLAs quitting the coalition.

The Congress party, the alliance partner in the coalition government with the JD-S has moved its MLAs to a hotel in Mumbai. Reports say that three of the MLAs are missing.

However, Kumaraswamy rubbished the rumours saying, “The MLAs (Congress MLAs in a Mumbai hotel) are unreachable to the media, not to me. I am in touch with everybody and I am speaking to everybody, they will come back. Our coalition is going on smoothly. I was relaxed and I am relaxed. Don’t worry, be happy.”

The seven-month alliance of the Janata Dal Secular and the Congress party in Karnataka has been suffering from berth pangs right from the inception with many MLAs unhappy at being denied ministerial berths, making them open to poaching.

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Kenya president says 14 innocent people were killed in Tuesday’s attack on hotel complex; declares attack over

Kenya president says 14 innocent people were killed in Tuesday’s attack on hotel complex; declares attack over

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The cold weather is here: Temperatures set to drop below freezing in many areas tonight

Rain is also expected in many areas today.

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Appeal to find teenage boy missing from Offaly

Lukas Matulionis was last seen when he left his house yesterday morning.

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Bihar: 1 dead, 1 injured after being shot at by unidentified assailants

[India], Jan 16 (ANI): A professor teaching at a private institution here along with his cousin were shot at by a group of unidentified men on Wednesday.

The incident took place while the victims were on a rickshaw en route to their respective homes in Yusufpur from Hajipur railway station.

While Angad Kumar died on the spot, professor Anil Kumar was rushed to the nearby medical centre for treatment. He is said to be in a critical situation.

Police suspect it to be a case of robbery. However, a detailed investigation is being carried out.

This is the second case of violence in one week which has come to light from Bihar.

On January 13, a group of unidentified men assaulted a woman in Saharsa, who runs a private school, after she allegedly refused to pay extortion money to them. (ANI)

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SC to hear plea challenging Nageswara Rao’s appointment as interim CBI director next week

[India], Jan 16 (ANI): The Supreme Court will hear next week a plea filed against M Nageswara Rao’s appointment as interim director of the Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI).

The plea, filed by an NGO, Common Cause, and social activist Anjali Bhardwaj, sought quashing of the January 10 order stating that duties of former CBI Director Alok Verma were to be handed over to Rao as an interim measure.

The plea also sought transparency in the process of short-listing, selection and appointment of the CBI Director.

The petition, filed through advocate Prashant Bhushan, said the order of appointing Rao as interim director of CBI was “illegal, arbitrary, malafide” and in violation of the provisions of the Delhi Special Police Establishment Act (DSPE Act).

The DSPE Act as amended by the Lokpal and Lokayuktas Act, 2013 provides for the appointment of the CBI director by a high powered selection committee which does not have a preponderance of the government and its representatives. The committee consists of the Prime Minister, the Leader of Opposition and the Chief Justice of India or any Judge of Supreme Court nominated by him.

The petitioners further said the January 10 order states that the Appointment Committee of the Cabinet approved the appointment of Nageshwar Rao “as per the earlier arrangement”.

This earlier arrangement – October 23, 2018 order making Rao interim CBI Director, had been quashed by the Supreme Court on January 8 as it was made in violation of the procedure for appointment of CBI Director as defined in the DSPE Act, said the petition.

“However, the government still invoked its earlier order which had been quashed, to once again make Nageshwar Rao interim Director of the CBI even though it is not the competent authority and does not have any powers to make the appointment, without following the due process laid down in the DSPE Act i.e. appointment based on recommendations made by the high powered selection committee,” added the petition.

After the Selection Committee, comprising Prime Minister Narendra Modi, Justice AK Sikri and Leader of Opposition Mallikarjun Kharge, removed Verma as CBI director, Rao was named the interim director of the premier investigative agency.

Verma, however, refused to take up his new posting – DG, Fire Services, Civil Defence and Home Guards. (ANI)

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EC issues notice to BSP’s Jagat Singh for using objectionable language during campaigning

[India], Jan 16 (ANI): The Election Commission of India on Wednesday served a notice to Bahujan Samaj Party (BSP) leader Jagat Singh for allegedly using objectionable language during poll campaigning here.

The assembly election in the Ramgarh constituency was postponed after the sudden demise of BSP candidate Lakshman Singh on November 28. The voting is now scheduled for January 28.

In the letter, the poll body alleged that Singh violated the Model code of conduct by using objectionable language thrice while addressing the public .

“While campaigning you have used objectionable language and words:-

  • People who will not vote for me will be beaten by shoes

  • I answer stones with AK-47

-So be it Ashok Gehlot, Narendra Modi or Vasundhara Raje, I will send all them packing,” the letter read.

The poll body demanded a reply from Singh within a period of three days.

“The returning officer has given three days time to Jagat Singh for giving clarification failing which a strict action will be taken again him in accordance with the provisions of the Representation of the People Act 1950 and Public Representation Act, 1951 and the Indian Penal Code”, the letter read.

Singh, who is now contesting Ramgarh elections from Alwar, was heard saying in a now viral video, “Where was BJP when our 200 boys were in danger, I went there to save them. I’m not going to turn my back or stay quiet. If there is fire, I will take the first bullet on my chest. Be it Narendra Modi, Vasundhara Raje or Ashok Gehlot, I will answer stones with AK-47 and send all of them away (Goli chalegi toh pehli goli mere seene mein lagegi. Pathar ka jawaab, AK-47 ke sath karta hoon main. Toh aajao Ashok ji, aajao Modi ji, aajao Vasundhra ji, sabko peti pack karke bhejunga.)”(ANI)

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SA aims to finalise long-term energy plan next month – Radebe

South Africa is aiming to finalise a long-term plan for the country’s energy mix next month, and once that is done it will launch another round of renewable energy deals, Energy Minister Jeff Radebe said on Wednesday.

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Rand little changed, eyes on retail sales data

The rand was little changed against the dollar in early trade on Wednesday amid uncertainty over Brexit and as market participants awaited the release of local retail sales data for clues on the health of the domestic economy.

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Does Vivek Oberoi look like Modi? VOTE!

Do actors really look like the real life people they portray on screen? It’s time to have your say!

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WADA wary over Moscow lab report

The World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA) has stated that its Compliance Review Committee (CRC) will not file a report until its team’s mission to Moscow is complete.

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Workers in Kenya capital still trapped after militant attack

At least two groups of people remained in the hotel and business complex at nearly 7am on Wednesday, a first responder told Reuters.

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WATCH: Embiid dominates Timberwolves

Joel Embiid recorded a dominant 31-point, 13-rebound double-double as the Philadelphia 76ers trounced the Minnesota Timberwolves.

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Sport24.co.za | Aggressive Wozniacki storms into Australian Open Round 3

Aggressive defending champion Caroline Wozniacki powered into the Australian Open third round with a confidence-boosting romp over Sweden’s Johanna Larsson.

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Youth Congress workers protest outside Haryana resort where Karnataka BJP MLAs are lodged

All the 104 BJP legislators of Karnataka are staying at a five-star hotel in the suburbs of Gurugram since Monday.

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Suven Life Sciences secures product patents from Australia and Singapore

The granted claims of the patents include the class of selective 5-HT4 and M1 PAM compounds respectively and are being developed as therapeutic agents for neurodegenerative disorders such as for the treatment of cognitive impairment associated with neurodegenerative disorders like Alzheimer’s disease, Attention deficient hyperactivity disorder (ADHD), Huntington’s disease, Parkinson and Schizophrenia etc.

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Positive market breadth

Volatility struck bourses in early afternoon trade as the key benchmark indices once again regained positive zone after sliding in negative zone in mid-morning trade. At 12:30 IST, the barometer index, the S&P BSE Sensex, was up 54.48 points or 0.15% at 36,372.81. The Nifty 50 index was up 18.95 points or 0.17% at 10,905.75. Shares of index heavyweight Reliance Industries rose. Most realty stocks gained.

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By looking at the election planned in near future, for lump sum investment which MF is better? Will this period will give more returns?

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सिकाई मार्शल आर्ट खेळाडू एंजल देवकुळेची राष्ट्रीय पुरस्कारासाठी निवड

<strong>गडचिरोली :</strong> गडचिरोलीमधील मार्शल आर्ट खेळाडू एंजल देवकुळे या अवघ्या 10 वर्षांच्या मुलीची बाल गटात देण्यात येणाऱ्या राष्ट्रीय पुरस्कारासाठी निवड झाली आहे. नवी दिल्लीत राष्ट्रपतींच्या हस्ते 24 जानेवारी रोजी तिला सन्मानीत करण्यात येणार आहे. केंद्रीय महिला आणि बालकल्याण विभाग दरवर्षी प्रजासत्ताक दिनाच्या पूर्वसंध्येला हा पुरस्कार देतं. एंजलच्या या कामगिरीने

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जलसंपदेची हातचलाखी उघड

शेतीसाठीच्या पाण्यात मंजुरीच्या काहीपटींनी वाढ करण्याची आणि कालव्यातील गळती पुणे महापालिकेच्या माथी मारण्याची जलसंपदा खात्याची चलाखी उघड करणारा अहवाल पालिकेने नुकताच सादर केला आहे. ही चलाखी रोखल्यास सध्याच्या उपलब्ध साठ्यामध्येही पुणेकरांवर पाणीकपात लादण्याची वेळ येणार नाही, असे अहवालात नमूद करण्यात आले आहे. पालिकेच्या पाणीपुरवठा विभागाने हा अहवाल तयार केला आहे.

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The UK’s Brexit chaos and the US shutdown are just what the doctor of disruption may have ordered

The news just keeps on getting better for Vladimir Putin.

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Columnist: 18 reasons why Trump may be a Russian asset

Max Boot, a columnist for the Washington Post, discusses with CNN’s Brooke Baldwin his article listing out 18 reasons why President Donald Trump could be a Russian asset.

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NYT: Trump raised withdrawing the US from NATO in 2018

In 2018, President Donald Trump privately raised the threat multiple times of withdrawing the United States from NATO, The New York Times reported.

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Abbas raps Israeli occupation as Palestine takes over G77 chairmanship

President Abbas denounces Israel’s colonization and occupation of the Palestinian territories, as he assumes the chairmanship of the Group of 77.

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India must turn ‘Sorrow of Sharjah’ at Asian Cup into fuel for fire

After failing to find the all-important winning goal against Jordan, Palestine must wait to find out their Asia Cup fate.

        Tom Rogic&apos;s injury-time winner over Syria confirmed Australia&apos;s place in the Asia Cup knockout rounds. 

        After an opening Asia Cup defeat to Jordan, Australia looked much more comfortable in a 3-0 win against Palestine. 

        Uzbekistan prevailed 2-1 over Oman in their 2019 AFC Asian Cup opener courtesy of Eldor Shomurodov&apos;s late winner. 

        Ritsu Doan added to Yuya Osaka&apos;s two goals to ensure Asian Cup favourites Japan kicked off their tournament with a 3-2 win. 

Japan's J League started in 1993. At the same time, the national team was doing well in qualification for the 1994 World Cup and what would be a first appearance on the global stage. Going into the final game against Iraq in Qatar, the Samurai Blue just had to win to book their ticket. The goal was duly scored, and at halftime the team's Dutch coach, Hans Ooft, wrote "45 minutes to the World Cup" on the whiteboard in the dressing room. Iraq equalised soon after the break, but Japan restored their…

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Don Lemon questions why Trump defers to Putin

CNN’s Don Lemon reacts to President Donald Trump saying he never worked for Russia after a New York Times report revealed the FBI previously opened a counter-intelligence investigation into whether he was secretly working for that country.

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