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River waters to be stopped from going waste in Pakistan: Narendra Modi

The water of these rivers is the right of India and our farmers. According to the source report's, Where the Prime Minister announced, elections do not mean and I am more alert about the benefit of the farmers. Foreign Office Spokesman Nafees Zakaria said any violation of the IWT by India would be unacceptable. "Modi can say whatever he wants for domestic consumption but he cannot touch the treaty", he said.

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Obama administration suspends vote effort for TPP deal

The Obama administration on Friday gave up all hope of enacting its sweeping Pacific trade agreement, a pact created to preserve US economic influence in fast-growing Asia that was buried by a wave of antitrade political sentiment that culminated with Tuesday's presidential election.

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World reacts to Fidel Castro's death with 'hope' and 'disappointment'

In 1996, he visited Pope John Paul II in the Vatican and hosted Pope John Paul II in Havana; John Paul in 1998, he asked Castro to open Cuba to the world. An elderly woman marveled at how long the former ruler lived. Fidel Castro remains one of the revolutionary figures of the 20th century. Of course, with this all coming right before Castro's death was announced, it was still fresh in the mind of many, including Mike Huckabee .

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Be prepared, bring patience to airports during Thanksgiving

More than 1 million passengers are expected to travel through South Florida's airports for Thanksgiving. "The Redmond Airport has seen record numbers every month this year, so we're expecting that to continue through the holiday time with lots of people coming and going", said Nicole Jurgensen, airport security coordinator, said Wednesday.

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United Kingdom rejects Trump's request for Farage as USA envoy

Ms May's officials have consistently dismissed the idea of Mr Farage's involvement, arguing that the Prime Minister and future president would have a Reagan/Thatcher-style connection in which there is no "third person". Other British politicians did not hold back with comments about Trump's suggestion. "If you get a peerage and ambassador to France for abject failure surely Nigel deserves more".

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Wall Street Extends Record Streak, Dow Breaks 19000 for 1st Time

On Wednesday, the Dow and S&P 500 closed at their highest levels ever. The last time the Dow , S&P 500 , Nasdaq , and small-cap Russell 2000 indexes finished at new highs on the same day was at the height of the dotcom bubble on December 31, 1999.

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Hillary Clinton leads Donald Trump by 2m Popular Votes

While this isn't the first time a president has lost the popular vote but won the Electoral College , the scale of the result is larger than in the past. That's especially so because they would be deferring to the popular vote in other states that didn't even vote for them as electors. There are still a few million ballots left to count , and they're expected to be disproportionately for Clinton.

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Rupee falls to 9-month low of 68.14 on Fed hike fears

USA stocks were poised for a steady opening, with Dow futures and the broader S&P 500 futures up 0.1 percent. European stock markets mostly declined on Friday and the euro struck a near 12-month low against the dollar on sky-high expectations of a United States interest rate hike in December.

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VW axing 30000 jobs mainly in Germany

Volkwagen's emissions cheating scandal in the United States has cost the company billions of dollars in fines around the world. In response, Volkswagen has agreed to pay $15 billion to USA authorities and owners of some 500,000 vehicles with software that turned off emissions controls.

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Business brisk, but Black Friday is spreading all over the calendar

Then, at 6 p.m. the retailer kicked off the companys Black Friday event in stores across the country. Crowds were thin at United States malls and stores on Black Friday morning, formerly the traditional start of the holiday shopping season, and online channels were expected to show the strongest gains in sales over a year ago.

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Lufthansa to cancel 876 of 3000 scheduled flights due to pilots' strike

The airline said Tuesday that "due to tomorrow's strike, 876 of 3,000 LH Group flights had to be cancelled". Planes stand on the tarmac during a pilots strike of German airline Lufthansa at Frankfurt airport, Germany, on Wednesday. The airline urged passengers planning to travel Wednesday to check its website for information about cancelled flights. A Lufthansa spokesman said "We want the union to return to the negotiating table".

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Dollar Tree's Stock Surges on Its 3Q16 Earnings Beat

Ladenburg Thalmann Financial Services Inc. boosted its position in Dollar Tree by 3.5% in the first quarter. GameStop Corp. (NYSE:GME) reported Q3 EPS of $0.49, $0.02 better than the analyst estimate of $0.47. For the current quarter the company has high EPS estimates of $0.86 in contradiction of low EPS estimates of $0.69. The heightened volatility saw the trading volume jump to 36,46,787 shares.

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Imran urges United Nations to halt India's continues ceasefire violations along LoC

He said, "The Indian forces also fired upon the ambulances that had come to rescue the injured people from the site of the attack". The adviser once again called upon the permanent members of UN Security Council to play their crucial role in maintaining global peace and security and urge India to immediately put an end to escalation and bloodshed at the LoC.

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Syria : 7 Children from West Aleppo killed in Rebel Fire !

The assessment follows mounting global concern over the fate of Aleppo, where 250,000 people are trapped in the rebel-held east of the city under a government siege. The World Health Organization says they "are nearly entirely without hospital facilities" following the government's latest attack. "We told him that we reject that completely", he said.

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Would've got praise if had given time before ban: PM

Meanwhile, Criticising the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) led-NDA government for poor implementation of the demonetisation of high-value currency notes, Shiv Sena president Uddhav Thackeray asserted that Prime Minister Narendra Modi should have taken the views of his predecessor Dr.

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Trump to withdraw from TPP "on day one" in office

The news was met with disappointment among other TPP signatories, but does not necessarily mean the end of the agreement. The agreement includes the US, Australia and ten other countries. Another option may be a Free Trade Area of the Asia-Pacific (FTAAP) actively pushed forward by China during a recent meeting of Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation (APEC).

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Walmart Delivers Deals, Availability and Simplicity on Black Friday

Large screen televisions and small electronics were among the popular items purchased. Thousands are making their way to their favorite stores across the country hoping to score a good deal on Black Friday. While the Black Friday hype is sure to endure throughout the weekend, O'Shea reminds retailers that it's only a snapshot of what the holiday season could be.

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Trump Settles Massive Trump University Case for a Whopping $25 Million

On Friday, President-elect Trump's lawyers announced a $25 million settlement on one of the most prominent cases the business mogul has faced this year - a case in which plaintiffs claim that they were defrauded by Trump University . Friday's deal doesn't require Trump to acknowledge wrongdoing. Klepper contributed from Albany, New York. "President-elect Trump is pleased to put this case behind him", he told reporters in San Diego.

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Lufthansa pilot strike forces 1800 flight cancelations

Before that on both Wednesday and Thursday, the flagship carrier had to abandon nearly 1,800 flights , disrupting travel plans for some 215,000 passengers on long-haul, mid-haul and short-haul flights . Passengers at Frankfurt airport today Friday were running out of patience. The union said any action would be "short of a strike " and involve "withdrawal of pilot goodwill", such as agreeing to work overtime.

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Oil Prices Rise On Saudi Optimism Over OPEC Deal

Brent for January settlement slipped 8 cents to $46.87 a barrel on the London-based ICE Futures Europe exchange. Oil prices climbed above $47 a barrel on Thursday as comments from Falih and other ministers boosted expectations that OPEC would complete the deal.

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Trump team adds lawyer, Fox analyst

Trump campaign officials said Friday that the president-elect, who is spending the holiday weekend at his Mar-a-Lago resort in Florida, would make no additional high-level announcements until next week when he returns to NY. Ironically, McFarland was once seeking to run against the candidate who Trump just narrowly defeated in the presidential election, Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton.

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Trump on '60 Minutes': No Vacations, $1 Salary

Trump was quoted as saying that there are between two and three million of these undocumented immigrants and explains that the administration is going to get them out of the US. I mean, the whole place is one big lobbyist". Trump also told CBS he had no objection to same-sex marriage, which a Supreme Court decision a year ago legalised.

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Bill Belichick, Pete Carroll bring out the worst in each other

Then, on New England's ensuing series, the defense denied the Patriots fourth straight times inside the 2. Despite that fact, it was a poor decision. Seattle led 19-14 in the third quarter when Chancellor, who also forced a fumble in the second half, blitzed off the Patriots' right end on third and 2.

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EU Parliament won't accept Brexit deal threatening four EU freedoms

That would give MEPs time to agree any deal before the next European Parliament elections on 2019. "I have not received any new information, quite the opposite is true". "It is impossible to find a solution that would destroy the so-called four freedoms", Verhofstadt said. Davis said the meeting with Verhofstadt was "great fun" and "very useful".

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Green Party candidate files for a presidential vote recount

Wisconsin Elections Commission says there is no evidence of election fraud. Michael Haas, the administrator with the commission says the recount could begin as soon as late next week. On Tuesday, a group of scientists and lawyers suggested that seeking a recount in those three battleground states might be worthwhile. The cost could top $1 million.

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A Washington Transition for Trump, and For the Rest of Us

Of course, Trump also said about his conversation, "I'm not saying it changed my mind". Trump repeatedly bashed Clinton's use of a private email server during his campaign, ticking down a list of alleged misconduct and repeatedly arguing that Clinton should be behind bars as his supporters erupted in "Lock her up!" chants.

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Lufthansa pilots strike for 4th day, 137 flights canceled

More than 2,600 flights have been cancelled since the start of the walkout, which the pilots union Vereinigung Cockpit (VC) yesterday announced would be extended into Saturday. Cockpit is seeking retroactive raises of 3.66 percent a year going back 5½ years. Lufthansa's hub management board member Harry Hohmeister said on Thursday it was "not possible" to meet the pilots' demands in full and noted that they were already better paid than their competitors.

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Secret Service in talks to take 2 floors at Trump Tower

This afternoon has been all about CNN's report regarding President-elect Donald Trump and the Secret Service that will protect his wife and young son when they are in NY during his presidency. The 58-storey building is offering 3,000 to 5,000-square-feet spaces for $105 per square foot. The campaign defended the extra expenses saying that it had added two more floors of offices after initially occupying just one floor.

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United Kingdom economy to grow at slowest pace since 2009

Pick a growth figure of around two per cent out of the hat and you are likely to be reasonably close in most years. The deterioration in the forecast since March this year will increase borrowing by £84bn between today and 2020/21, the OBR said, with £59bn of that related to the decision to leave the EU.

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Pipeline protesters arrested at Bismarck mall

The bridge was the site of the latest skirmish between protesters and law officers, in which officers used tear gas, rubber bullets and pepper spray, and authorities say protesters assaulted officers with rocks and burning logs. Protests have intensified in recent weeks, with total arrests since August rising to more than 520. The project has been held up while the Army Corps of Engineers consults with the Standing Rock Sioux, who believe the project could harm the tribe's drinking water and ...

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Did the Trump transition team just cave to public pressure?

USA president-elect Donald Trump and his team have rejected claims of turmoil and infighting as he attempts to set up his teams for the White House, national security and the economy. A source close to Christie and the transition said the early transition process didn't have a choice but to hire lobbyists, and that Christie was a convenient fall guy to blame.

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Recount request filed in Wisconsin Friday

Federal deadlines require the state to complete the recount by December 13, he said . Wisconsin is legally required to recount votes at a candidate's request providing he or she can meet the costs, which election officials estimate to be up to $1m U.S.

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Fidel Castro, the Cuban Revolutionary passes away at 90

Castro "became a towering worldwide figure whose importance in the 20th century far exceeded which might have been expected from the head of state of a Caribbean island nation of 11 million people", the paper wrote. But there were also many in his own country still loved Castro, particularly the older generations who remember the revolution. Another Cuban-American, born in Miami , told CNN he saw this as a "great moment, not to celebrate the death of somebody but to celebrate freedom", ...

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Dakota Access pipeline to be completed despite protests, company official tells PBS

The protestors, including Native Americans and environmental activists, are against the current route of the DAPL pipeline, as it passes through North Dakota's Lake Oahe. The company building the pipeline, Energy Transfer Partners , is seeking a federal court's permission to move forward and finish the project. A day earlier, the U.S.

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Emmer, Franken clash on overtime rule injunction

Employees earning below that threshold would qualify to earn one and a half times pay for any time worked beyond 40 hours a week. That's part of the reason why I wondered whether a Department of Labor mandate to sharply raise the level for overtime exemption to $47,476 a year on December 1 amounted to a war on small businesses.


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