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Behaviour of separatist leaders not 'Kashmiriyat': Rajnath

Raza said talks should be held with those who raise slogans of "Hindustan Zindabad". The home minister, however, made it clear that MPs Sharad Yadav, Sitaram Yechury, D. Reacting to the snub by separatist groups, Singh on Monday told reporters that separatist leaders' behaviour proved that they did not believe in "Kashmiriyat" (Kashmiri values), "Insaniyat (humanity)" or "Jamooriyat" (democracy).

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Pure Gym Group plans to raise 190 mln stg via IPO

Pure Gym intends to use the gross primary proceeds of £190m, alongside borrowings under new banking facilities, to repay existing bank debt in full. Pure Gym was bought in May 2013 by a group of investors and senior managers and expanded two years later by taking over the LA Fitness chain .

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Obama begins climate victory lap at Lake Tahoe

The appearance is Obama's first to the annual Tahoe summit, and the first for any sitting president since President Bill Clinton spoke at the inaugural event in 1997. As part of the effort, Obama is launching a federal-state partnership to speed up conservation of the Salton Sea, California's largest lake, which the White House described as facing a tipping point in environmental degradation.

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Your Call: Was 'Deplorables' Remark a Major Hurt for Hillary?

Hillary Clinton is set to return to the campaign trail on Thursday after taking a three-day hiatus to recover from pneumonia. Her campaign, however, blamed the incident on her simply feeling " overheated ". Democratic nominee Clinton is still struggling to get beyond her pneumonia scare. Longshot Libertarian candidate Gary Johnson, meanwhile, announced he would appear on the ballot in all 50 U.S.

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Elon Musk Announces Tesla Autopilot Update To Prevent Future Fatal Crashes

CEO of the company Elon Musk said that the development of Autopilot had progressed and could have prevented the accident in Florida. Company founder Elon Musk told reporters Sunday that the new autopilot system "would see a larger metal object across the road", such as the trailer Brown's auto collided with.

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Incomes rise in state, nation

The median income means that half of households made more than that amount, while half made less. Median family income in 2015 was $72,165, up from $68,504 in 2014. WASHINGTON (AP ) - Americans finally got a raise last year after eight years of stagnating incomes. Incomes are now within striking distance of levels during the height of the housing bubble-and not far off from the frothy years of the dotcom boom.

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Hong Kong yuan borrowing rate at new 7-month peak

Chinese banks extended 948.7 billion yuan (HK$1.1 trillion) in net new yuan loans in August, beating expectations and more than double the previous month's tally, as the central bank keeps policy accommodative to underpin economic growth. A total of 60 billion yuan in PBOC outstanding reverse repo agreements were to mature today. "Measures should be taken to put a brake on the excessive bubble expansion in the property sector and we should curb excessive financing into the real-estate ...

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Philippines President Demands US Troops Withdraw From Southern Islands

PhilippinesPresident Rodrigo Duterte said on Monday that United States special forces in southern Philippinesshould leave, media reported. Earlier this year, before Duterte became president in June, the Pentagon announced agreements with the Philippines that will allow for more frequent rotations of American troops and joint sea and air patrols with Philippine forces in the South China Sea.

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Ellsworth flexes U.S. muscle near North Korea border

But the nuclear test Friday, the most powerful by the North to date, and its recent flurry of missile tests showed that despite years of sanctions, the country was advancing toward its proclaimed goal of fitting its ballistic missiles with nuclear warheads.

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Stocks skid as weaker forecast sends oil prices lower

The price of oil fell 3 percent after the International Energy Agency's remarks about oil demand. The steep drop by the price of crude oil has contributed to substantial weakness among energy stocks. It rose $2.52, or 2.4 percent, to $107.96 after T-Mobile said preorders for Apple's newest iPhones, introduced last week, are the strongest it has seen so far.

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Historic black church helps dedicate African American museum

Often when people think of food that is reflective of the African-American experience, they think of "soul food". Watch Roland Martin, Beverly Morgan-Welch, and the NewsOne Now panel discuss the grand opening of the National Museum of African American History and Giving Day in the video clip above.

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Opening Bell - Sensex, Nifty flat in early trade

Retail inflation stooped to a five-month low of 5.05 per cent in August. However, growth in industrial output contracted 2.4 per cent in July, mainly dragged down by lower production of capital goods and consumer non-durables. The gauge had lost 248.03 points in the previous session on Friday. Markets have been under pressure as talks gathered momentum that the US Federal Reserve could raise rates at its policy meeting next week and on uncertainty over the European Central Bank's future ...

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EU aims to deploy 5G technology Europe-wide by 2025

This accelerated procedure could be finished as soon as next month, putting the European Union in a position to trigger the entry into force of the landmark climate-protection deal without having to wait for lengthy sign-off procedures by individual member states.

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Inflation holds steady at 0

Wholesale Price Inflation in India increased to 3.74% in August from 3.55% in July, but the rise in prices of food items has started slowing down, Mint reported on Wednesday. Its UK GDP growth forecast was downgraded from 2.2% to 1.8% in 2016, from 2.3% to 1.0% in 2017, and from 2.4% to 1.8% in 2018. Prices are measured every month in 20,000 shops at 140 locations throughout the country.

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One Month Ago Analyst Ratings: Gerdau S.A. (NYSE:GGB)

The median 12-month price target of 11 analysts covering the company is $130.00, which suggests the stock could still gain more than 5 percent. Mean Earnings Per Share (EPS) forecast is set at $0.06 by these analysts for This Quarter. That is compared with the $1.32 in earnings per share it reported during the same period previous year. These analysts have also projected a Low Estimate of $0.61/share and a High Estimate of $0.82/share.

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California Governor signs historic bill granting overtime to farm workers

Consistent with the scheduled minimum wage increases, the governor can choose to suspend them briefly in the event of other stressors on the industry. "We all depend on their work to feed and care for our families, but far too often they can't afford to put food on their own dinner tables". Farmworkers in California may have scored a major victory on Monday, after Gov.

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California Just Doubled Down on Fighting Climate Change

Nationwide, California's new targets put them on the same path as NY, which has set a goal of a 40 percent reduction from 1990 levels by 2030, and has mandated that the state reduce greenhouse gas emissions from major sources to zero by 2050.

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Atlanta Fed's Lockhart to step down at end of February

In a speech Monday, Lockhart said higher rates should be discussed at the FOMC meeting next week, while telling reporters there's not any urgency to move. The regional bank said it will conduct a nationwide search, seeking a diverse slate of candidates to replace Lockhart, who had the role for almost a decade.

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Pope provides lunch for 1500 poor guests after Mother Teresa's Canonisation Mass

Peter's square for the canonisation ceremony of Mother Teresa , the city was also wrapped itself in pride and joy of the same. "Let us carry her smile in our hearts and give it to those whom we meet along our journey, especially those who suffer", he added.

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Friend of missing Raymore woman holding onto hope

Court records show a Missouri man arrested in the destruction of a missing woman's auto was the subject of a 2007 restraining order to protect his ex-girlfriend who subsequently disappeared. It's unclear whether he has an attorney, and he's jailed in Benton County, 100 miles (160.93 kilometers) southeast of Kansas City. KANSAS CITY -Law enforcement officials are searching for a 21-year-old suburban Kansas City woman who hasn't been seen since Thursday.

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Wells Fargo fake accounts: Richard Shelby to hold Senate hearings

Wells Fargo held almost $1.7 trillion in assets as of the end of March, compared with more than $2 trillion at industry-leading JPMorgan, according to the Federal Reserve . " Wells Fargo built an incentive-compensation program that made it possible for its employees to pursue underhanded sales practices, and it appears that the bank did not monitor the program carefully".

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United Kingdom labour market withstands Brexit shock

But growth in wages slowed, possibly signalling tougher times ahead for households. According to figures by the Office for National Statistics, employment was at 74.5 per cent in the three months, with 31.77m people in work, 174,000 more than during the previous three months.

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Clinton's lead over Trump narrowing in national polls

The United States is "uniquely bad at electing women to office", the Virginia senator told a crowd at the University of MI, citing it a factor affecting her race against the NY billionaire. When Hillary Clinton was diagnosed with pneumonia late last week, she informed a handful of her closest advisers, but pressed on with a busy campaign schedule and did not inform the public that she was sick.

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Stocks drop with oil prices; long-dated bond yields rise

The Paris-based International Energy Agency , an advisory group representing 28 countries, said the combination of slowing oil demand growth and rising inventories would keep the global market oversupplied until mid-2017. This has led the IEA to cut its 2016 demand growth forecast by 100,000 b/d to 1.3 million b/d. The IEA said stockpiles would continue to grow worldwide.

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180 million workers have gone on strike in India

Bhubaneswar: The Bharat Bandh literally threw normal life out of gear in Odisha on Friday with effects in many cities across the State. The members of employees' unions were also seen standing outside the gate and shouting slogans against the government's indifference and anti-labour policies.

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Apple update causes phones, iPads to crash

Apple's iOS 10 is only created to work on relatively recent models, so owners must have an iPhone 5 or newer to download the update . Apple advises anyone who was impacted by the glitch to connect to iTunes to complete the update or can contact AppleCare for additional support.

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ZEW survey on German economy falls short of market estimates

Economists had expected further improvement in the index to 2.5. On the contrary, economic environment in the European Union is improving. The current ambiguity of economic impulses from Germany and overseas means that forecasts for the next few months are hard.

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Chelsea Clinton to campaign in Roanoke

Chelsea Clinton will tour a local preschool and then speak with Roanoke College students Wednesday to campaign for her mother, presidential candidate Hillary Clinton. Her campaign said in a statement that she will deliver remarks in Greensboro, North Carolina, on Thursday and "discuss her vision for an America that is stronger together".

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Hanjin says has cash to begin unloading four U.S.-bound ships

Exporters and importers whose cargo has been stranded can seek recourse using guidance provided by the U.S. Customs and Border Protection . The ships contain everything from computer parts to perishable food with numerous cargoes destined for the Christmas market in the United States and Europe.

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Asian shares mostly lower on worries over global growth, Fed

That's pushing the price of oil down and sending energy companies solidly lower. OIL: Crude prices fell Tuesday after the Paris-based International Energy Agency said it believes global demand for oil will grow by 1.3 million barrels a day in 2016.

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Wawrinka beats Djokovic in four sets to win US Open

Open, there was also speculation about a possible shoulder injury. "I put everything on the court", Wawrinka said . The unassuming Swiss has won all three major finals in which he has appeared - the 2014 Australian Open, the 2015 French Open and now the 2016 US Open, secured with a four-set win over Djokovic on Sunday.

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US sees stronger median household income, less poverty

The bureau also reported Tuesday that the number of people in the US without health insurance fell further previous year to 9.1% from 10.4% in 2014. The House Ways and Means Committee called the report "disappointing", saying 2015 was the eighth consecutive year with more than 40 million people living in poverty , and there were 3.3 million more people in poverty than there were in 2008.

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Bayer AG ups Monsanto bid by $1B to $56B

Bayer (BAYRY) said Tuesday it's prepared to pay $65 billion in cash to create a huge conglomerate spanning pharmaceuticals, health products and pesticides. Energy companies led USA stocks higher Tuesday as investors hoped higher oil prices and bigger profits are on the way. The offer from Bayer marks a reversal of roles for the USA company.

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Oil futures reverse gains ahead of weekly supply data

The nation had the biggest supply decline in 17 years the prior week when a tropical storm disrupted imports and offshore production. The IEA and OPEC reports also confirm many observers' positions regarding how long it will take for supply and demand to achieve equilibrium.

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Tony Romo (back) hopes to return soon to Cowboys

At least that was Ben McAdoo's philosophy when he spoke on a conference call yesterday, the day after a 20-19 win over the Cowboys in Dallas. Second, just one of those sacks came from a defensive end, Benson Mayowa. "I want big and bad; I don't want small and soft". You have to go with the story of the game: Victor Cruz . If you look at the game statistics, it doesn't seem like Cruz had a great game.


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