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In an interaction with the media wing, the Police official said that " all these five people are the packaging experts and their job was to pack these notes in numbers of the suitcase so that they can not get detected on the airport and at security checks.
  • Courts stop MI recount

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    Despite that some counties in MI had already completely the hand recount of the state's 4.8 million ballots, U.S. District Judge Mark Goldsmith concluded that there was no evidence of foul play in the state's voting system and therefore no reason to continue with the recount.
  • Baywatch first official trailer released

    Baywatch first official trailer released

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    She exposed her bosoms to the fullest in a deep cut gown and thus gave enough pleasure to her fans. The film was slated to hit the big screens on May 19. All we can see is her confident walk, sipping champagne and looks quite upset. From the teaser trailer, you can see it happening. Priyanka on Tuesday treated her fans to a question and answer session on Twitter, where a fan asked her if she is missing Bollywood.
  • Trump criticizes union leader critical of IN deal

    Trump criticizes union leader critical of IN deal

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    The president-elect, who is anxious that the Electoral college might fail to vote for him despite the results of the November 8, 2016 election, stated in his tweet that it was "no wonder" to him why companies like Carrier "flee" the "country".
  • WikiLeaks' Assange releases statement he gave prosecutors

    WikiLeaks' Assange releases statement he gave prosecutors

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    Mr Assange pointed out that he has tried for six years to give a statement to the Swedish prosecutor via various means, including in Sweden before he left, in London via video link or in an embassy, or back in Sweden if he was given a guarantee that he would not be extradited to the USA, where he fears being prosecuted on some form of espionage-related charge.
  • Will Crude Oil Inventories Push Prices Higher?

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    After rising over 15 percent over the four sessions since the November 30 OPEC meeting, Brent futures were down $1.25, or 2.3 percent, to $53.69 a barrel at 10:13 a.m. According the Crisil Research, globally, oversupply is estimated at 1.4-1.7 mbpd at present, which means the Opec production cut would balance out demand and supply in the second half of 2017.
  • Chinese Firm Buys British Pub That State Leader Visited

    Chinese Firm Buys British Pub That State Leader Visited

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    So much for a quiet pint. The pub, a few minutes away from British prime ministers' official country residence at Chequers, was said to be one of Cameron's favourites. It was also thrust into the limelight four years ago when it was revealed that Mr Cameron accidentally left his daughter Nancy in the pub following a Sunday drink.
  • WINTON GROUP Ltd Invests $15691000 in Marvell Technology Group Ltd. (MRVL)

    WINTON GROUP Ltd Invests $15691000 in Marvell Technology Group Ltd. (MRVL)

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    Marvell Technology Group Ltd . (NASDAQ:MRVL) has risen 45.39% since May 3, 2016 and is uptrending. The consensus recommendation for Marvell Technology Group Ltd . Marvell Technology Group Ltd . reported its last Earnings on Nov 17 AMC where the company reported Actual EPS of $0.2/Share whereas, the Analyst Estimated EPS was $0.12/share.
  • Japanese company to invest $50B in U.S., create 50K jobs

    Japanese company to invest $50B in U.S., create 50K jobs

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    Moments later, the President-elect spoke to reporters inside the lobby of Trump Tower with Masayoshi Son at his side, calling him one "the great men of industry". Arora had been criticized by investors for start-up investments as debt from the 2013 Sprint acquisition and slowing profit growth hampered SoftBank.
  • Neil Young Asks 'Will Obama Stand Up' to Dakota Access Pipeline

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    After Sunday's decision by the Army Corps of Engineers to look for an alternative route for the Dakota Access Pipeline, Standing Rock protesters and tribal leaders have celebrated. They believe the pipeline threatens the tribe's drinking water, and cultural sites. The company constructing the pipeline, Dallas-based Energy Transfer Partners, released a statement Sunday night slamming the decision as politically motivated and alleging that President Obama's administration was determined ...
  • Late-season Tropical Storm Otto strengthens in the Caribbean

    Late-season Tropical Storm Otto strengthens in the Caribbean

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    Otto is developing later in the season than any Atlantic basin hurricane since Hurricane Epsilon in 2005. These off-season storms are at a disadvantage, as they have to develop over cooler waters and they experience more wind shear, which tends to disorganize them.
  • Odell Beckham Jr.: Today's crew shouldn't officiate Giants games

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    In what is rapidly becoming a weekly theme, New York Giants head coach Ben McAdoo said on Monday that he would inquire with the league over several bad calls and non-calls in a 24-14 loss to the Pittsburgh Steelers . I'd said previously that the Giants needed to stop opening games with dives up the middle and swing passes with Jennings. Roethlisberger is 3-1 in head-to-head play against Manning.
  • Brexit slams brakes on British growth

    Brexit slams brakes on British growth

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    He noted, however, that the United Kingdom economy was predicted to have grown by 2.1 percent this year, up from the government's previous estimate of 2 percent. Mr Hammond said: "In view of the uncertainty facing the economy, and in the face of slower growth forecasts, we no longer seek to deliver a surplus in 2019-20".
  • Boris Johnson balks at payments for European Union market access

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    Mr Johnson said Brexit presented the chance to "take back control of our borders, to take back control of quite large sums of money, not to be run by the European Court - so not to have EU law in this country, and fourthly... "I have a bad feeling that if I keep answering you, you'll keep coming back with more". The EU, he insisted, wanted a "partnership" with the United Kingdom and that would involve a degree of mutual co-operation, for instance the United Kingdom continuing to partly ...
  • Russia warns of planned cyber attacks on its banks

    Russia warns of planned cyber attacks on its banks

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    The FSB didn't reveal which country was hatching the plot, but it did say that its intelligence showed that the hackers were planning to use servers located in the Netherlands that are owned by a Ukrainian company called BlazingFast. The White House said at the time that the U.S. would mount a "proportional response". Anton Onopriychuk, director of the Kiev-based company, told AFP it provides "services for protection against cyberattacks, not for attacks".
  • Vegans want 'fat-free' UK 5-pound bank note

    Vegans want 'fat-free' UK 5-pound bank note

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    It came to light this week that the new note contains tallow , a rendered form of beef or mutton fat, sometimes used in the production of items including soap and candles. The revelation has triggered an online petition calling for the note to be banned. The Bank Of England's Governor Mark Carney said they treated the concerns of tallow in the new notes "with the utmost seriousness".
  • OPEC members meet in Vienna amid market optimism

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    OIL WATCH: Benchmark U.S. crude surged $3.24, or 7.1 per cent, to $48.45 a barrel in NY. Saudi Arabia's energy minister, Khalid al-Falih, said he believed the market's fundamentals were moving in the right direction, but he believed the group was "getting close to a deal".
  • Len Goodman thinks Ed Balls left at right time

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    Former Hollyoaks star Danny Mac and Louise Redknapp have been tipped for a win, but Len said: "Usually I think it should be a [certain person], but this year, should it be Louise?" He said: "If I had set out for a political comeback I'm not sure I'd have channelled Zoolander" and that "I'm not sure I would have done Gangnam or Great Balls of Fire.
  • Mukesh Ambani may make Reliance Jio related announcement on Dec

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    Trai, however, rejected incumbent telcos' complaints that Jio's free offer violated the Telecom Tariff Order of 2004, since it was being offered at below the interconnect usage charge (IUC) of 14 paise a minute. For a company that launched its telecom services on 5th of September, this would mean adding 6 lakh customers per day. Mukesh Ambani's Reliance Jio Infocomm has filed a complaint in the Competition Commission of India against incumbent operators Bharati Airtel, Vodafone and Idea ...
  • Teddy Sagi Offloads 12% of Playtech Shares

    Teddy Sagi Offloads 12% of Playtech Shares

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    Sagi, who founded Playtech in 1999 will remain the largest shareholder, holding approximately 21.6% in the company. The placing is to be completed on Friday, with investment bankers UBS Limited, Canaccord Geuity Limited, and Credit Suisse Securities Limited acting as bookrunners.
  • Albertsons in advanced talks to buy Price Chopper, say sources

    Albertsons in advanced talks to buy Price Chopper, say sources

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    Price Chopper has been owned and operated by the same family for 80 years, but now the chain could be in talks to be sold. "No sources have been cited". The first store under that name being built from the ground up in NY is being built in Fort Edward. Albertsons filed with the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission for an initial public offering in July 2015, but has yet to go public.