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Heavy rain causes water-logging in Mumbai

Mumbai ,Maharashtra, India a�� Heavy rain accompanied by thunder and lightning, lashed Maharashtra’s Mumbai city on Monday morning, causing water-logging and disruption of local train services. The downpour led to water logging in several areas, including East Matunga, Sion, Colaba, Chembur East and Santacruz. “Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation (BMC) should have cleaned the drains earlier. They
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LOS ANGELES a��Rapper Meek Mill, free after a controversial jail sentence, returned to the stage Sunday with a vigorous attack on police brutality as he premiered a song at the BET Awards. The awards of Black Entertainment Television, broadcast live from Los Angeles, recognize the best of African American music and film and the blockbuster
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MAE SAI, Thailand a��Desperate parents led a prayer ceremony outside a flooded cave in northern Thailand where 12 children have been trapped for days as Navy rescue divers packing food rations resumed their search Tuesday. Hundreds of people have been mobilised to find the young football team and their coach who went into the cave
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ASADABAD, Afghanistan a��Some nine police personnel were killed and three others wounded in a suicide bomb blast in Afghanistan’s eastern province of Kunar Monday night, a local official said Tuesday. “A terrorist tried to make his way in an Afghan Local Police (ALP) camp in Babar Tangai area of Chawkay district roughly at 8:00 p.m.
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PARIS a�� Poland’s Sports Minister Witold Banka has told AFP he is running for the presidency of the World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA) in 2019 and will seek unity between federations and governments to create a more effective platform. Banka said WADA needed to bring sports federations and government bodies closer together to tackle contemporary challenges,
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ANKARA a��The leader of Turkey’s main opposition party on Tuesday refused to congratulate President Recep Tayyip Erdogan on his decisive election victory, describing the strongman as a “dictator” running a one-man regime. The secular Republican People’s Party (CHP) chief Kemal Kilicdaroglu had chosen Muharrem Ince as its candidate to challenge Erdogan in the elections. Ince
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TOKYO a��Two people including a policeman were killed in Japan Tuesday, officials said, when a man stabbed the officer, seized his gun and shot a security guard dead in a rare violent crime. A police spokesman told AFP the attacker had stabbed the officer at a police station in central Toyama prefecture, then grabbed his
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TEHRAN a��Iranian President Hassan Rouhani called on Tuesday for national unity to preserve “confidence” and “hope” in the face of unrest over the Islamic republic’s mounting economic woes. Rouhani’s remarks came as vendors in Tehran’s Grand Bazaar, a traditional area of support for Iran’s leadership, continued a rare strike that began Monday over the collapse
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LONDON a�� A bill enacting Britain’s decision to leave the European Union has become law after months of debate, the speaker of parliament announced on Tuesday to cheers from Conservative Party lawmakers. Speaker John Bercow said the EU (Withdrawal) Bill, which repeals the 1972 European Communities Act through which Britain became a member, had received
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BEIRUT a�� Air strikes and ground fighting in southern Syria have forced at least 45,000 people to flee, the United Nations said on Tuesday, the largest displacement in the area so far. Backed by Russia, Syrian government forces have ramped up air strikes and ground attacks on rebel positions in the south, particularly its main
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