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Irma devastates Caribbean islands, Florida braces for 'most powerful storm'
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Hurricane Irma makes second landfall in Florida, batters Naples

[U.S.A.], September 11 (ANI): The center of Hurricane Irma has made a landfall in the Marco Island, near Naples, in southwest Florida as a Category 3 hurricane. The Marco Island Police Department reported a 130 mph wind gust . The Naples Municipal Airport ... Sify, 1 month ago

Philippine priest abducted by IS gunmen in May wins freedom

A Catholic priest kidnapped by Islamic State supporters when they occupied parts of a southern Philippine city nearly four months ago smiled and called for prayers today after escaping. Father Teresito Suganob appeared at a press conference at military ...
 Business Standard1 month ago

Ports are for prosperity: PM Modi in Gujarat

[India] Oct 22 (ANI): Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Sunday said that ports are for prosperity. While addressing a public meeting here in Bharuch district, Prime Minister Modi said, "Our mantra is P for P- ports for prosperity. India needs better ports and ...
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U-17 WC: Iraq eye historic knockout spot, France aim to continue run

IMAGE: Mohammed Dawood, left, celebrates scoring a goal for Iraq. Photograph: PTI Iraq will look to continue their dream run and seal a maiden pre-quarterfinal berth when they lock horns with heavyweights England in a Group F match of the FIFA Under-17 World Cup in Kolkata, on Saturday.Making their second Under-17 World Cup appearance, Iraq have been the surprise package of the proverbial 'group of death' as they are well placed to advance to the knockout stage following a spirited 1-1 draw ...
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A 9/11 in Trump's America

September 11, 2001 changed everything. Doubly so for South Asians in America.They faced ignorance. They faced bullying. They faced hate deep enough to kill.But they also fought back and gained back lost ground.The 9/11 anniversary in 2017 -- the first in President Donald J Trump's America -- however feels different.Five Indian Americans who saw 9/11 and have had a front-row view to the community's battles since then share their thoughts with Rediff.com's Monali Sarkar. IMAGE: After the ...
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When UK's bravehearts turn photographers

The annual ‘People’s Choice’ for Royal Air Force image of the year has opened for public voting. Members of the public are now able to choose one of nine contestants to receive the award as part of the RAF Photographic Competition 2017. The winners will be announced on September 21. BLOWIN' IN THE WIND Two RAF Mk6 Chinooks transit over North Sea wind farms during a training exercise to prepare pilots and aircrew for contingency operations. The exercise included low-level ...
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Remembering Diana: The life of a princess

From shy bride to passionate campaigner, the story of Princess Diana was more often than not told through photographs.On her 20th death anniversary, August 31, a walk down memory lane to remember the iconic 'People's Princess'. Who can forget this iconic moment -- Lady Diana Spencer showing up in her gown for the first time ahead of her wedding to Prince Charles back in 1981?The 20 year old shot into the limelight at this very moment.Her gown designed by David Emanuel went down as one of the ...
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PHOTOS: Indians across the world celebrate Independence Day

Soaked in patriotism, hundreds of Indians abroad on Tuesday marked the country's 71st Independence Day with the tricolour fluttering high and the national anthem reverberating at Indian missions across the world. IMAGE: The Empire State Building in New York lit up with Indian tricolor during the celebrations of 71st Independence Day of India. Photograph: @IndianEmbassyUS/Twitter Indians in countries like the United States, China, Australia, Japan, Singapore, Egypt, Israel and South ...
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These five countries are conduits for the world's biggest tax havens

Tax sheltering is not just the domain of exotic Caribbean isles. Major world powers, including the United Kingdom, play a critical and previously undisclosed role in global tax avoidance. (CORPNET, CC BY-NC-SA) First came the Panama Papers , then the ...
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China wants to join hands with India to maintain security of the Indian Ocean

China's Navy wants to join hands with India to maintain the security of the Indian Ocean, amid growing concerns in New Delhi over the increasing presence of the PLA fleet in India's backyard. Throwing open its strategic South Sea Fleet (SSF) base in the ...
 catchnews.com2 months ago Chinese Navy eyes Indian Ocean as part of PLA's plan to extend its reach  Deccan Herald2 months ago Amid Doklam standoff, Chinese Navy eyes Indian Ocean to extend reach  Rediff.com2 months ago
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