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Odisha is the 16th state to ratify GST Bill

Parsekar termed the GST Bill as "historical, revolutionary and far sighted". Parsekar told the State Assembly that the taxation on petroleum products, alcohol and brewery, royalty on minerals, vehicle tax and stamp duty will remain the mandate of State government as it is kept out of GST.

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French government wants EU to stop trade talks with US

Earlier on Tuesday, France's chief negotiator, minister of state for trade Matthias Fekl, had said that Paris would request in September that the European Commission stop negotiations on the trade deal. Fekl's comments show how skepticism of trade deals is surging on both sides of the Atlantic. Well, it's feared that TTIP could be bringing back ACTA's central elements, proving that if the democratic approach doesn't work, there's always the back door.

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Benghazi emails involving Clinton recovered by FBI

As secretary of state, Hillary Clinton had to communicate with any person who had business with the State Department, by phone, email or in person. "And tonight, we have confirmation that at least some of the thousands of e-mails deleted and not turned over to the State Department dealt with the issue of Benghazi, Libya, clearly not falling into the category of personal e-mails", remarked Fox News' Bret Baier.

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Royals Can't Complete Comeback Fall to Yankees

Shreve entered with the bases full of Royals. A jittery Heller , one of four prospects acquired from the Indians in the Andrew Miller deal, hit the first batter he faced, Raul Mondesi , who stole second. Gee (6-7) allowed only four hits and a run in the latest impressive start by the Royals' staff, helping the reigning World Series champions win for the 18th time in 22 games.

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White Lives Matter Has Been Declared a Hate Group

Anti-racist groups sugggest the planned march is an attempt to piggyback on the White Lives Matter movement set up in the USA, which has been branded a hate group. 'They're against integration, immigration. Beirich described her as, "her background, the rhetoric of the group, the hangers-on of the group are white supremacist.

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Wisconsin Sen. Johnson has another awkward campaign moment

Feingold's campaign sent a fundraising email signed by Redford asking for donations as low as $3 to support him in the race against Republican Sen. The next Marquette poll was due Wednesday. Feingold told reporters after a speech at the state's biennial AFL-CIO convention that "really nothing is more important than taking on these very bad groups".

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Juventus Agree Deal Principle With Chelsea For Juan Cuadrado

Juventus have confirmed the signing of Juan Cuadrado on a €5m loan deal with an obligation to buy for €20m. Conte has left Cuadrado out of all of his matchday squads so far this season as negotiations have rumbled on behind the scenes in an attempt to resolve the situation.

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Driver in fatal wreck previously cited for no license

State troopers and a St. John fire truck and crew responded to that accident and blocked the right lane to protect the crash scene as the three fire fighters were standing near the right guardrail assisting with minor injuries from the accident.

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1 dead, 4 hurt in highway shootout; bullet holes cover SUV

Rosemond Octavius, 22, was killed in the shooting that happened in his hometown, Egg Harbor Township . Content Preview This content is exclusive for Optimum, Time Warner, Comcast, customers with access to News 12. Troopers charged five suspects, including four adults and one juvenile, with weapons offenses. Authorities say 911 calls first came in around 3 p.m. Monday.

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Presidential Candidate Donald Trump Plans To Visit African-American Communities

Chicago Mayor Rahm Emanuel, a former chief of staff to Democratic President Barack Obama, has struggled in particular to contain violence in his city. Trump wants e-verify used nationwide to not only "protect jobs for unemployed Americans" but also prevent undocumented people from accessing government benefit programs.

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Should Sergio Aguero face retrospective action for this clash with Winston Reid?

The incident, which happened as he challenged the West Ham defender for a long clearance, was not punished by referee Andre Marriner but could see him banned by the FA for games including the September 10 clash at Old Trafford. The game also offered a rare chance for Samir Nasri, who appeared to be surplus to requirements under City's new management, to come on as a substitute and make an impact against West Ham.

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Turkish-backed rebels advance amid airstrikes, killing 35

There was no immediate comment from the YPG militia, but forces aligned with the Kurdish group had said on Saturday that no Kurdish militia had been in areas being targeted by Turkish troops or its allies. Anadolu said that the Turkish army responded to the rocket attack by shelling PYD targets in Syria, without giving further details. It also condemned what it said was global silence regarding "Turkish occupation" of Syria.

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German economy minister says EU-U.S trade talks have failed

The TTIP is a gargantuan free trade deal that aims to streamline integration between U.S. and European Union markets. On the record, US and European officials say they are continuing to move forward with talks and stress the importance of the TTIP to their economies.

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Saskatoon pays tribute to The Tragically Hip

The concert got underway at 8:30 p.m.at the Rogers K-Rock Centre as the band opened with 50 Mission Cap. The show was sold out within few minutes and according to BBC , the concert "was shown at hundreds of public screenings across the country in bars and outdoor venues".

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Turkish soldier killed, 8 wounded in southeastern Turkey

Kurdish militants (pic) were reported to have fired rockets at the Diyarbakir airport August 27, 2016. Kurdish militants launched a rocket-propelled grenade at a civilian airport in southeast Turkey early Sunday, causing minor damage and no injuries, officials and the state-run news agency said.

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S. African rand falls as police summon finance minister

Gordhan is being accused by the Hawks of illegally establishing a unit investigating organized crime and tax evasion at the South African Revenue Services (SARS) which he headed from 1999-2009. A former finance minister, Trevor Manuel, said on Wednesday the economy would be "destroyed" if Zuma fired Gordhan, after he changed finance ministers twice in one week in December.

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Smoother ride for Clinton? She says controversies behind her

Clinton has since apologized. White voters back the GOP nominee 52 percent to 41 percent, while non-white voters support the Democrat 77 percent to 15 percent. But neither that issue nor her emails appears to be going away soon. The AP's lawyers asked the department late Friday to hasten its efforts and provide all of her minute-by-minute schedules by October 15.

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Man arrested, charged with murder of 2 MS nuns

Practicing nurses, the Catholic nuns worked at a clinic to provide healthcare to the poor in Lexington , Mississippi . Police say that after an extensive interview Friday, they were able to collect enough information to charge Sanders.

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Kurdish-led Syrian forces report Turkish air raids on bases

On Saturday, an AFP correspondent at the Turkish border village of Karkamis saw six more tanks crossing into Syria, adding to the dozens of tanks and hundreds of troops already in the country. Despite consistent US calls to retreat, PYD units have been moving to the east of the Euphrates river, and the group has continued its offenses amid the conflict between Turkish-backed moderate opposition forces and Daesh terrorists.

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Officer saves man from burning auto before it explodes

The person who called in the report of the wreck refused to go near the burning vehicle even though a man was trapped, according to WSB-TV. "This car's about to blow up". "Get a garden hose!" The very moment he does so, the video shows an explosion from under the SUV's hood knock off Whitney's hat and body camera. Whitney was able to pull out the man through the window and drag him away to safety.

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Amber Alert issued for 3-year-old girl in Luzerne County

Troopers say Byrne drove off with Ava from their home on Vine Street in Nescopeck. Byrne is described as 5-feet-9-inches tall, weighing 215 pounds, with borough hair and eyes. That's where authorities say they captured them after someone noticed the vehicle from the Amber Alert and told police about it. The girl was taken to the hospital to be checked out.

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Italy earthquake: Strong aftershocks rattle devastated area

Marcos Burnett, 14, was also killed. He has asked restaurants to put the dish on their menus and donate 2 euros ($2.25) per dish sold directly to the Italian Red Cross, which is participating in relief efforts in the affected areas in the Apennine mountain region of central Italy.

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Today is National Dog Day

The holiday also recognizes family dogs and dogs that work to save lives working alongside law enforcement, keeping us safe and bringing us comfort. "We love them and feed them and take care of them and walk them and find them new homes".

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UN chief calls for renewed focus on mass destruction weapons

Addressing world leaders at the United Nations Security Council, India's deputy permanent representative Tanmay Lal urged the worldwide community to pay more attention to role of states promoting terror. She said that disarmament and non-proliferation are linked to each other. In her remarks, she pointed out that a challenge to non-proliferation norms was the granting of "discriminatory waivers", arrangements which denoted double standards and opened the possibility of diverting material ...

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Malzahn names Sean White starting QB against No. 2 Clemson

This will surprise some folks, as JUCO transfer QB John Franklin III arrived with considerable Nick Marshall-comped hype. "We're excited for Sean, he's earned it". Auburn but did beat Memphis in the Birmingham Bowl, though. I think he's proven to his teammates that he's tough as nails and that they can trust him on the field.