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BSF food row: Jawans's wife claims Army arrested, tortured him

Tej Bahadur, who claimed to be from the 29th battalion of the Border Security Force in Jammu and Kashmir, had in a series of videos said that the government has been doing enough to provide the security forces with essential items, but it is the BSF officials who are indulged in the wrong doings.

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Apple Watch's new Theater Mode makes sleep tracking a lot easier

While the watchOS 3 .2 software is only available to developers right now, it should reach consumers soon. Apple just released the first developer beta for watchOS 3.2, and we've spent some hands-on time with the release to observe the new features.

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Killer of Righteous Brothers singer's ex-wife named 41 years on

The police were called, but they never caught the suspect. She was in a coma for five days and then died, and her rape and killing remained unsolved for almost 41 years. Still, Klaas' case languished. Investigators ruled out her husband as a suspect. Authorities also used familial DNA to help identify Lonnie David Franklin Jr.as the "Grim Sleeper" serial killer.

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Committee OKs Sen. Sessions For Attorney General But Not Without Drama

Ms. Yates's order was a remarkable rebuke by a government official to a sitting president, and it recalled the so-called Saturday Night Massacre in 1973, when President Richard M. "His accusation that she betrayed the Department of Justice is unsafe". It is unusual for an Attorney General to be so intimately involved in crafting presidential policies.

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Pakistan detains top suspect Hafiz Saeed

However, Pakistani media claim that the decision was taken under the influence of the U.S. administration. A senior Defence Ministry official said the government had not been contacted by the new United States administration but had been feeling USA pressure on the issue.

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President Trump's Immigration Ban Not Affecting LA Lakers' Luol Deng

In a tweet posted on Monday evening, the 31-year-old wrote: "I would not be where I am today if it weren't for the opportunity to find refuge in a safe harbour". Detroit Pistons coach Stan van Gundy said in an interview with The Detroit News: "Now we're judging people by their religion - trying to keep Muslims out".