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Evacuation of villagers in Jammu and Kashmir's Samba region continues

With arrangements to accommodate hundreds of people at each of the 45 relief camps having to be made within a few hours, the evacuated people complained of mismanagement and chaos. It is not war time yet but tens of thousands of villagers in Punjab's border belt with Pakistan are already experiencing a war-like situation. In some villages, Punjab Police personnel could be seen keeping a vigil.

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Fake Accounts Scandal Threatens City Government's Relationship with Wells Fargo

Stumpf responded that he serves at the pleasure of the Wells Fargo board, but said he's putting "all of my energy" into fixing the bank's problems. The troubling news comes after accusations that 5,300 employees opened approximately 2 million phony accounts, forcing Americans across the country to pay bank fees for accounts they never opened.

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Wells Fargo Illegally Took 413 Servicemembers' Cars

Consequently, Wells Fargo has been fined $20 million by the Office of the Comptroller of the Currency for violations and has also agreed to pay $4.1 million to settle an investigation by the Justice Department. Wells Fargo said in an emailed statement to Mic that further comments are pending. They hope to resolve this issue quickly, adding that "We have been notifying and fully compensating customers and will complete this work in 60 days".

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India stands at 39th rank among most competitive economies

The Indian economy has stabilised and now boasts of the highest growth among the G-20 countries, the report underlined. Pakistan has come last among South Asian countries in the World Economic Forum 's Global Competitiveness Index (GCI) 2016.

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'Duchess' blazer by Canadian brand Smythe apparent staple for Kate

Young dancers performed for the couple, honouring survivors of Canada's former residential schools - government-sponsored religious schools established to strip indigenous children of their native language and culture. First Nations art and a coastal fishing trip were also on the itinerary for the duke and duchess on their final full day in Canada at the remote West Coast archipelago of Haida Gwaii.

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Pitt and Jolie Settle on Temporary Custody Deal

The temporary agreement will last three another three weeks, at which time DCFS can make new rules, or turn the whole mess over to the courts. The deal, which comes from the L.A. Pitt may have been drinking during the airplane fight with son Maddox that was reportedly the final straw for Jolie. We're told that lawyers for Jolie and Pitt are now focused on trying to settle privately to avoid a bitter court battle.

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The Investigators: How and why did Hoboken crash happen?

On Friday, NTSB officials said they had recovered one event-data recorder, a so-called black box, and are working to pull the second of two from wreckage. Christie and New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo cautioned people to wait until investigations are completed before concluding PTC would have prevented this incident.

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Galaxy Note 7 battery replacement receives new complaints

Samsung has released an update about its Galaxy Note 7 exchange program and the company has said that many of their customers have made a decision to exchange the handset for a new Galaxy Note 7. To the joy of Apple, which had been trying to peddle rival phone which was below the Note 7's spec and lacked a headphone socket, Samsung recalled 2.5 million Note 7 smartphones in 10 markets due to faulty batteries causing some phones to melt.

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Deutsche Bank faces US$14bn U.S. settlement bill

Federal regulators have been looking to settle with Deutsche Bank , as it has done with other major Wall Street firms, for its role in the mortgage bubble and financial crisis. He highlighted that the existing $5.6 billion provision for various ongoing litigation claims may require additional provisions in the future that in aggregate could be material, while this provision " does not include or reflect potential penalties and compensatory damages that may be imposed by US DoJ, which may be ...

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Alabama chief justice 'learned nothing'

An administrative order issued by Moore told state probate judges that the state supreme court's ruling prohibiting the marriage of same-sex couples was still in place, regardless of what SCOTUS had to say about the issue. Alabama Republican Chief Justice Roy Moore is fighting to keep his job. He is accused of encouraging judges to defy the U.S. Supreme Court's ruling legalizing gay marriage.

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All-new 2017 Land Rover Discovery Debuts: Still all about the adventure

They also hint that the Land Rover Discovery's off-road prowess will remain intact with the new vehicle shown powering up a steep incline and wading through deep water. As you'd more typically expect of a new SUV, convenience features receive equal billing to off-road capability. It will use all the latest 4x4 tech to remain unchallenged in the SUV market.

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Videos of shooting of black man released

A family spokesman said Olango was shot five times . Jaffar Rahem, a 27-year-old Iraqi who works at Wal-Mart, said he came to El Cajon last year with his wife and two children because the U.S.is safer for them. Police in both those cities have released videos of the shootings . The head of the San Diego NAACP is applauding the public release of videos showing a police officer police shooting an unarmed black man.

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New Tesla software to prevent hot car deaths

The system also uses the radar more than before, for example sending the signal underneath the vehicle in front to "view" further ahead. Tesla Motors' Autopilot 8.0 software update will begin arriving in the Model S and Model X later tonight.

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California toughens sex assault laws

But the legislation "brings a measure of parity to sentencing for criminal acts that are substantially similar", Brown wrote. Turner was convicted this year of sexually assaulting a woman who had passed out outside a fraternity party in 2015, and he served his sentence in a county jail before obtaining early release for good behavior.

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Walmart interested in India's biggest online retailer

People can have a blast with these offers of the respective dates. Flipkart has partnered with PVR cinemas in Bengaluru , Mumbai and Delhi to bring its brand campaign around the upcoming Big Billion Days festive sale offline. In a move to ensure best deals and to provide products popular this festive season to its customers, Snapdeal, through the Unbox Diwali sale, has extensively collected consumer trends on the platform.

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Stocks Deepen Losses, As Concerns Mount Over Deutsche Bank

The stock is now trading around 32.50 a share. A Deutsche Bank spokesman told Bloomberg that the lender is confident that a "vast majority" of its clients "have a full understanding of our stable financial position, the current macroeconomic environment, the litigation process in the USA and the progress we are making with our strategy".

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Palestinian leader to attend Peres funeral

Scores of world leaders are expected to attend Peres' state funeral in Jerusalem on Friday, including President Barack Obama, former President Bill Clinton and French President Francois Hollande. In top Israeli leadership roles over the decades - including prime minister and president - the Labor Party veteran became a face of the Jewish State, instantly recognized and well-respected in Israel and across the globe.

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Libs approve Pacific NorthWest LNG project with 190 conditions

Previous year the Malaysian state-owned energy company said it would move forward with a positive final investment decision if the federal government approves the project, but in August it stated that it would have to reassess the project once approval is given.

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Cognizant probes graft charges as senior executive quits

In terms of price action, Cognizant Technology Solutions Corporation ( CTSH ) traded down $0.1 during the session at $54.3. The one-year price target of $66.81 is higher than the opening price of $55.16, that has caused a fair amount of other analysts to report on the company in recent days.

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South Australia braces for strongest winds in 50 years

It earlier distributed more than 43,000 sandbags to local residents concerned about possible flooding after severe weather just two weeks ago flooded 80 homes across Adelaide and the Mt Lofty Ranges. The fire brigade has warned the public to switch off all heating, cooking and other appliances that were in use when the power went out. Thursday began with 75,000 homes without power, but 35,000 were expected to have electricity restored during the day.

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Accounting software maker BlackLine files for IPO

Experts say Bay Area tech companies are starting to gain more confidence in the market as the number of IPOs slowly picks up, and those offerings show successful returns. Prominent venture capitalists such as Khosla Ventures and Lightspeed Venture Partners, as well as the heavyweight mutual fund Fidelity Investments, have invested more than $300 million in the company.

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NHL, NHLPA expect World Cup of Hockey to return in 2020

Careless hockey was a problem for the Canadians for much of the night, and not just because the opponent was strong on pressure. Considering that the line of Sidney Crosby between Patrice Bergeron and Brad Marchand dominated the tournament, it made flawless sense that all three figured in the late scoring.

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US, Canada native groups to join Dakota Access pipeline fight

Sponsored content: Is your agency prepared to defend the next cyber attack? Kelcy Warren, Chief Executive Officer of Energy Transfer- the organization in charge of the pipeline's construction- said neither the land near, nor Lake Oahe itself, is subject to Native American control or ownership and that state archaeologists issued a "no significant sites affected" determination in February on the North Dakota segment of the pipeline.

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Ex-US Treasury Summers Welcomes BOJ's Yield Curve And Inflation Targets

European investors in particular are fretting about the fate of giant lender Deutsche Bank (DBKGn.DE), whose shares have sunk to record lows after being hit with a USA fine of up to $14 billion. Kuroda said daily moves in 10-year yields would not have much effect on the BOJ's policy, stressing the importance of guiding the entire yield curve to a desirable shape.

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US rig count up 11 this week to 522

Operators in the USA added seven oil-directed rigs this week, according to the latest data from Baker Hughes. Oil rigs have risen in the past 13 out of 14 weeks. The Williston, Marcellus and Cana Woodford basins each gained two sites, while Arkoma Woodford, DJ-Niobrara, Fayetteville and Granite Wash saw a single-rig increase.

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Adam Gase blames offensive line for Miami Dolphins' third-down woes

Browns receiver Terrelle Pryor avoids a tackle by Dolphins free safety Reshad Jones during the second half September 25 in Miami Gardens, Fla. The Dolphins then woke up and two minutes and thirty-seven seconds later the offense went on a 5 play, 61-yard drive which was capped off by a touchdown pass to DeVante Parker .

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Oil surges as OPEC reaches surprise deal to slash output

Crude oil prices meandered for most of the trading day Wednesday before ministers from the Organization of Petroleum Exporting Countries emerged from meetings in Algeria with an agreement to take extraordinary action meant to pull the market into balance.

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Global stocks rise after Fed holds off on rate hike

In some ways, what is happening in New Zealand reflects trends elsewhere. Hong Kong's Hang Seng index rose 1.4 percent to 24,007.40 points and the Shanghai Composite Index advanced 0.7 percent to 3,046.49. The U.S. equity benchmark index climbed 1.1 percent on Wednesday to the highest close since September 8. The New Zealand dollar slipped to as low as $0.7316 earlier on Thursday, but later regained its footing and was last trading at $0.7362, up 0.2 per cent from late USA trade on ...

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Mother of black man shot by police speaks of her anguish

The immigration system was required to release Olango from custody in compliance with a U.S. Supreme Court ruling that immigrants ordered deported can not be held in custody indefinitely if their native country refuses to allow them to return, officials said.

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Yellen calls for accountability, defends Fed

The most influential voice, Fed Chair Janet Yellen, has kept her options open, saying she feels the case for a rate increase is strengthening, but also saying the economy still had "room to run" on job creation. Meanwhile, Wednesday is a busy day for Fed member speeches. The U.S. banking sector has struggled in a low-interest rate environment that has been ongoing for more than a decade.

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Rogers to cut magazine print editions, sell some publications

Maclean's , Chatelaine , and Today's Parent will remain in print, with reduced print schedules. "It is clear for some time that Canadians spend from print media to digital media and it is important for us to follow the trend and demand", said the first vice president, Content and Digital Publishing at Rogers Media, Steve Maich, in a statement.

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Philippines President Rodrigo Duterte 'happy to slaughter' addicts as Hitler did Jews

Journalists at the press conference also say Duterte said he would be happy to kill drug addicts. In his remarks Friday, Mr. Duterte initially brought up the Nazi dictator by way of objecting to the way he himself is portrayed in the media-as a "cousin of Hitler", he complained.

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Who won the debate? The Mexican peso says it wasn't Trump

MSCI's broadest index of Asia-Pacific shares outside Japan bounced to be up 0.2 per cent, while South Korea and Shanghai inched higher. The beleaguered unit soared against the dollar - bouncing off a record low reached before the highly anticipated showdown - as markets gave Clinton the edge in the first of three head-to-head United States presidential debates before the November election.

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Donald Trump's Coded Insults Toward Clinton Were Stealth Sexism at its Worst

Rather, Trump thinks he did a "great service" in getting Obama to present his birth certificate to the public, which is a reflection of his own smug assessment on denying the legitimacy of the country's first black president. And one Trump supporter even tweeted a photo which suggested the bulge could have been caused by a 'coughing prevention machine, ' presumably a reference to Clinton's being diagnosed with pneumonia.

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Deutsche Bank shares and USA stocks are soaring

Deutsche Bank's chief executive has made an appeal for calm, telling employees that worries over the bank's financial health are vastly overstated. The S&P financial index was up 1.4 per cent, while the STOXX Europe Banks index was up 0.6 per cent.


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