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People Here's Why China's Yi Gang Has a 'Very Difficult Job'
Author: 0 Here's Why China's Yi Gang Has a 'Very Difficult Job'

Mr Yi has been deputy governor of the bank since 2008, but his appointment was largely unexpected. Liu He, a long-time key economic advisor to Mr Xi, was most recently sent to the USA as Beijing's envoy for negotiations over controversial new trade tariffs.

People Ek Do Teen from 'Baaghi 2'
Author: 0 Ek Do Teen from 'Baaghi 2'

It oozes the elixir of enchantment. The song which is a reprsied version of Madhuri Dixit's Ek Do Teen from 1988 film Tezaab , has been unveiled and Jackie looks dayum stunning as Mohini in it. "This is honestly, more than anything, a tribute to an wonderful and iconic number that they gave to us, which is " Ek Do Teen Char ". Take a look at the song below and tell us if you agree.

People Putin savours big victory after winning six more years at Russia's helm
Author: 0 Putin savours big victory after winning six more years at Russia's helm

The foreign minister said he hoped Putin would take "steps for peace" during his fourth term, "so that normal, rule-based worldwide cooperation could be attained again". HOSTILE RELATIONS Putin's bellicose language reached a crescendo before the election in a state-of-the-nation speech when he unveiled new nuclear weapons, saying they could hit nearly any point in the world and evade a US -built missile shield.

People Trump opioids plan includes death penalty for drug dealers
Author: 0 Trump opioids plan includes death penalty for drug dealers

Bremberg, who briefed reporters on a conference call in advance of Mr. Trump's announcement, could not name specific instances where it would be appropriate for the DOJ to seek the death penalty against drug traffickers and referred reporters to the DOJ.

People Saudi Crown Prince, in his own words: Women are 'absolutely' equal
Author: 0 Saudi Crown Prince, in his own words: Women are 'absolutely' equal

He said the government was working on regulations to ensure equal pay. The cleric further emphasized that the crimes of the Saudi regime in Iraq are clear to everyone, adding that the Iraqi people are angry with Riyadh's ongoing pressure on their country and will stand against it and will not allow the Saudi regime to achieve its goals in Iraq.

People Schools across Cambridgeshire targeted with bomb threat
Author: 0 Schools across Cambridgeshire targeted with bomb threat

More than 400 schools across the United Kingdom, including some in our region, have received hoax bomb threats. Cops at Northumbria Police were among those investigating the threats, and the force confirmed in a statement on Monday morning there was no "viable threat" to the schools.

Author: 0 Putin savours record win, securing six more years at Russia's helm

Opposition groups plan a rally Monday in Moscow. "They need a proper opposition", Navalny said Sunday. The ongoing probe into alleged Russian meddling in USA elections and the recent poisoning of an ex-Russian spy and his daughter in London have made Mr.

People Nine-year-old shoots sister dead over video game controller
Author: 0 Nine-year-old shoots sister dead over video game controller

The incident occurred Saturday afternoon, WTVA reports . The bullet went through the girl's brain, according to Cantrell. "I do know it's a tragedy", said Cantrell, according to the Jackson Clarion-Ledger . Earlier this month, an eight-year-old boy obtained a rifle and shot his four-year-old sister multiple times. The young girl was taken to the hospital where she was treated for gunshot wounds.

People Russian Federation readies to hand Putin new term in presidential vote
Author: 0 Russian Federation readies to hand Putin new term in presidential vote

According to the deputy chairman of the Central Election Commission Nikolay Bulaev, polling was concluded in many parts of the country and vote turnout was over 52%. But Peskov repeated that "Russia has nothing to do with this story", in comments carried by Russian news agencies. Among them were two election observers in Gorny Shchit, a rural district of Yekaterinburg, who told The Associated Press they saw an unusually high influx of people going to the polls between noon and 2 p.m.

People United Airlines accidentally puts ANOTHER dog on the wrong flight
Author: 0 United Airlines accidentally puts ANOTHER dog on the wrong flight

The plane was diverted to Akron so the pet could be delivered to its owner , a United spokeswoman told CNN . Other passengers said they heard barking during the flight and did not know that Kokito had died until the plane landed at LaGuardia Airport, almost four hours later.

People Myanmar's Aung San Suu Kyi 'unwell', scraps Australia public appearance
Author: 0 Myanmar's Aung San Suu Kyi 'unwell', scraps Australia public appearance

Myanmar leader Aung San Suu Kyi spoke at length about her country's troubled western state of Rakhine at a Sydney conference on Sunday and appealed to Southeast Asian neighbors for help, Australia's prime minister said. Ms Suu Kyi last visited Canberra in 2013 on a five-day Australian tour, before she was allowed to stand for parliament, following her release from nearly 15 years of house arrest in 2010.

People Fourth Snow Storm Expected to Miss Hudson Valley
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There could be some light snow and drizzle farther north too, but a lot of the light precipitation tomorrow seems to want to stay in our southern tier counties. The chance of precipitation is 90 percent, with new snow and sleet accumulation of less than a half inch possible, the weather service said. The European model has a different forecast with heavy snow accumulations for the major Northeast cities, but ABC News meteorologists predict the model is probably overdoing these amounts.

People Southeast Asia, Australia
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Almost 700,000 Rohingya have fled the troubled Rakhine state for Bangladesh since authorities launched a brutal crackdown six months ago that the United Nations has called "ethnic cleansing". Singaporean PM Lee said that while the Rohingya crisis was a "concern for all ASEAN countries", the grouping "is not able to intervene to force an outcome".

People Rihanna calls out Snapchat for joke on domestic violence
Author: 0 Rihanna calls out Snapchat for joke on domestic violence

The award-winning singer ended by saying, "You let us down! Shame on you. Throw the whole app-oligy away". A spokesperson for Snap Inc ., the company that created the app, had acknowledged that the ad was " disgusting " and had no right on the Snapchat service.

People North Korea to hold unofficial talks with US, S. Korea in Finland
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White House officials say Stephens would not be acting as a representative of the State Department and will not speak on behalf of President Trump . Mr Kang said a channel of communication has been established, adding, "I'm sure there are back and forth messages". Sweden is one of a handful of countries considered a possible venue for a meeting between Trump and Kim, if the proposed talks do go forward.

People Turkey's forces capture Syrian Kurdish town of Afrin
Author: 0 Turkey's forces capture Syrian Kurdish town of Afrin

In a month-long assault, Russia-backed pro-government forces have retaken much of Eastern Ghouta , the last major insurgent stronghold near Damascus. On Sunday afternoon he said there was an agreement in principle and it would be enacted within 24-48 hours. The capture of Kafr Batna and parts of nearby Saqba is another blow to opposition fighters who have lost more than 70 percent of the area known as eastern Ghouta since the President Bashar Assad's forces began a crushing offensive under ...

People Deadly Austin parcel bomber was trying to send message
Author: 0 Deadly Austin parcel bomber was trying to send message

Officials said on March 18 they responded to the 4800 block of Dawn Song Drive in Southwest Austin at 8:32 p.m. The local National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (NAACP) president Nelson Linder told NBC news that the two murdered victims had links to local prominent African-American families and were connected by the same Methodist church.

People United Kingdom teacher wins global best teacher prize
Author: 0 United Kingdom teacher wins global best teacher prize

Mrs Zafirakou becomes the first United Kingdom victor of the Global Teacher Prize, beating teachers nominated from more than 170 countries. She has learned basic phrases in languages such as Hindi, Tamil and Gujarati and has visited homes to build links with the school.

People Lok Sabha disrupted for 11th day as protests continue
Author: 0 Lok Sabha disrupted for 11th day as protests continue

On Monday, Speaker Mahajan said that she has received notices about motion and says they will be accepted only if the House is peaceful. "I request all of you to go back to your seats.I can not continue like this". Though the YSR Congress initially looked for credit, by evening, the party president took a decision to support the motion moved by the TDP. He enthused confidence that No Trust motion will easily be defeated.

People Spy poisoning: Experts to test nerve toxin
Author: 0 Spy poisoning: Experts to test nerve toxin

Russian opposition leader Alexei Navalny says he boycotted the presidential election and advises other Russians to do the same. Putin's critics have slammed the election as unfair, citing the Kremlin's tight control over the media, quelling of the opposition and restrictions on some election monitors to ensure a free vote.

People Boris fires nerve-agent stockpile charge
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Former double agent Sergei Skripal and his daughter Yulia may have been exposed to a deadly nerve agent through his car's ventilation system, USA media has reported. Despite the tensions, Putin said Moscow was ready to cooperate with London . The results of the OPCW investigation are expected to take a minimum of two weeks.

People Ola, Uber drivers' strike begins today, could inconvenience users
Author: 0 Ola, Uber drivers' strike begins today, could inconvenience users

The maximum users of Ola and Uber cabs are college-goers, officer-goers. The strike has been called by Maharastra Navnirman Vahtuk Sena, the transport wing of Raj Thackeray-led Maharashtra Navnirman Sena (MNS), said the reports. Union leaders also said that drivers in other cities like New Delhi , Bengaluru, Hyderabad , and Pune among others would also be participating in the strike as well.

People Syrians forced to leave Eastern Ghouta for regime-held areas
Author: 0 Syrians forced to leave Eastern Ghouta for regime-held areas

In that time some 50 civilians, including 10 children, have been killed by rebel shelling of Damascus, according to the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights. Four major rebel groups are now positioned in Eastern Ghouta , namely the Islam Army, Failaq al-Rahman, Ahrar al-Sham, and the Levant Liberation Committee, known as the al-Qaida-linked Nusra Front.

People Fodder Scam: Verdict in forth case against Lalu Prasad today
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Hospital sources also revealed that his sugar level has increased and had heart related problems. Nanda confirmed to ET that he would be travelling to Ranchi on Monday to meet Prasad in jail and later go to Patna to congratulate Tejashwi Yadav on the big wins in Bihar bypolls.

People Russian Federation collusion probe 'should never have been started,' Trump tweets
Author: 0 Russian Federation collusion probe 'should never have been started,' Trump tweets

He also fumed to one confidant after seeing a promotion for Comey's forthcoming book, and believes the former Federal Bureau of Investigation director will seek to enrich himself by besmirching Trump's reputation. The president has long believed that Mueller's Russian Federation investigation is a partisan effort from Democrats to tarnish his presidency. McCabe has been a frequent target of President Donald Trump's anger and criticism.

People Spain fury at referee 'bias' after World Cup blow
Author: 0 Spain fury at referee 'bias' after World Cup blow

Spain captain Jaime Nava apologised for the conduct of his players at the final whistle, but stressed that his team were dismayed after having been "eliminated by external factors". Romania will join Six Nations champions Ireland, Scotland, Japan and another playoff victor in Pool A. It was expected to have to endure the harder qualifying route after it lost to Spain 22-10 in Madrid last month for the first time in six years.

People Putin casts ballot in Russia's election
Author: 0 Putin casts ballot in Russia's election

The authorities, however, are seeking a high turnout to add greater legitimacy to a new term for Mr Putin, who is already Russia's second longest-serving leader since Joseph Stalin. Vladimir Putin is widely expected to address his supporters at a massive anniversary rally in Moscow's Red Square, dedicated to Crimea voting to become a part of Russian Federation four years ago.

People Nancy Pelosi fends off criticism that Democrats need new leadership
Author: 0 Nancy Pelosi fends off criticism that Democrats need new leadership

During Lamb's campaign, Republicans ran attack this ad tying the novice politician to Pelosi. House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi is not anxious about Republican campaign attacks against her stirring up enough opposition among Democratic candidates to impact her future as Democratic leader.

People Seton Hall comes up short against No. 1 seed Kansas
Author: 0 Seton Hall comes up short against No. 1 seed Kansas

Kansas, which got 28 points from Malik Newman , has to play a very specific way offensively with guard-heavy roster. The Jayhawks might need another standout performance from Graham if they hope to avoid being eliminated before the Sweet 16.

People Russia To Expel 23 British Diplomats
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Britain has expelled 23 Russian diplomats over the poisoning, and Russia expelled British diplomats in response. Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov described Mr Johnson's claims as " shocking and unforgivable ". Bristow told reporters: "We will always do what is necessary to defend ourselves, our allies and our values against an attack of this sort, which is an attack not only on the United Kingdom, but upon the worldwide rules-based system on which all countries, including Russian ...