Sunday, 18 November 2018

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British-Pakistani man denied US visa

LONDON: US authorities have denied issuing visa to a British-Pakistani man because of visiting Iraq, one of the seven states the Trump administration had sought to have immigrants and travelers banned from. Syed Nasir Abbas Jafri, 57, who lives in Northampton, applied for US visa to visit relatives and participate ...

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Theresa May tells SNP to stop treating Scotland like a ‘game’

LONDON: Nicola Sturgeon and her SNP government should stop treating Scottish politics like a “game”, Theresa May will declare today (3 March). The UK prime minister will launch the attack against the first minister of Scotland as she addresses the Scottish Conservative conference in Glasgow. “Politics is not a game ...

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Trump’s attorney general recuses himself from Russia probe

Washington: US Attorney General Jeff Sessions announced he would recuse himself from any probe into the presidential election campaign as Donald Trump’s administration moved to cut short a snowballing controversy over its ties to Russia. Facing calls to resign over newly revealed meetings he held with Russia’s ambassador before the ...

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Is this my reward for exposing corruption: BSF jawan asks Modi

NEW DELHI: Border Security Force (BSF) constable Tej Bahadur Yadav in a fresh video has alleged that he is being “mentally tortured” and that posting the first video was his attempt to bring to light the alleged corruption in his organisation. Yadav came into the limelight with his video on ...

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Faryal gets Celebrity Big Brother offer

LONDON: Boxer Amir Khan’s wife, Faryal Makhdoom, is risking aggravating her husband and his family again after revealing she is allegedly in talks to appear in the upcoming new series of Celebrity Big Brother. Last year, the social media-savvy beauty made headlines when she started discussing a bitter family feud ...

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NY man gets paid £1000 for watching people have sex

NEW YORK: People across the world keep talking about their dream job or a career that is actually fulfilling in life, but there are several jobs which might seem bizarre. Several researchers and medical experts have been working to help people have a better sex life, and now even politicians ...

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EU parliamentarian condemns Indian atrocities in Kashmir

Member of European Parliament (MEP) and other delegates from the United Kingdom and Canada have unanimously supported the right of self-determination of Kashmiris, saying that the world should come forward to stop the sufferings of the Kashmiris in Indian Kashmir (IoK). MEP Julie Ward, said that the excesses against people ...

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Brexit bill delayed as Lords back EU nationals’ rights

LONDON: The House of Lords voted to amend and thereby delay a bill empowering Prime Minister Theresa May to begin Brexit negotiations, demanding guarantees for EU nationals living in Britain. Peers voted by 358 to 256 for an amendment requiring ministers protect the rights of more than three million European ...

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