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People Ayodhya hearing to begin in Supreme court from today
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A fortnight ago, RSS Chief Mohan Bhagwat made a strong pitch for building Ram temple on the disputed site at Ayodhya, saying only a mandir would come up there and not any other structure. The demolition of the Babri Masjid on December 6, 1992, in Ayodhya, Uttar Pradesh, was followed by riots in which hundreds of people were killed. Petitioners begged for more time in Supreme Court for a logical time to interpret, file and provide the copies of all the exhibits and appropriate documents, ...

People Clash of styles as WVU prepares to square off against Virginia
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Virginia makes its first visit to Morgantown since the 1985 NIT and first regular season visit since 1976. He logged 68 minutes in the four games, starting once, and finished with 25 points, seven assists and seven turnovers. That team turned it over a season-high 19 games in a mid-December 70-54 victory over WVU at Madison Square Garden. That pace will be hard to match with Virginia allowing only 50 points per game.

People Austria's Supreme Court paves way for same-sex marriage from 2019
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In other words, gay couples in Austria will be allowed to marry only by 2019. The distinction between marriage and registered partnership can no longer by upheld without discriminating same-sex couples, the court said in a statement. The Court examined and repealed the phrase "different sex", opening marriage up to partners of the same-sex. However, the conservative People's Party and the far-right Freedom Party, which are in negotiations for a government coalition, both oppose same-sex ...

People Conyers won't seek re-election amid sexual harassment claims
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Ian Conyers, 29, the grandson of Rep. Conyers' brother, confirmed the news by phone with ABC News early Tuesday. The New York Timesis reporting Rep. The woman, 77-year-old Deanna Maher, alleged that he touched her inappropriately on at least three occasions, including once in 1999 when he allegedly placed his hands underneath her dress.

People Saakashvili calls for protest camp in Ukraine's capital
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Ukraine's intelligence agency SBU detained the former president of Georgia Mikheil Saakashvili, who has emerged as an anti-corruption campaigner in his new country. Saakashvili resigned in 2016, complaining that his efforts to root out corruption were being obstructed by officials. Mr Saakashvili, formerly Georgian, then Ukrainian, is now a stateless person, as his Ukrainian citizenship was removed by Mr Poroshenko , after a falling out.

People Parents say bullying led U.S. teen to hang herself
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The answer appears to be bullying: Rosalie was a high achieving student in the eighth grade at Mesa View Middle School with a talent for art - but her journal tells the story of a girl who was not happy. "They're still there, and my daughter's gone". They plan to donate her organs, according to Inside Edition . Last week, the Yucaipa-Calimesa Joint Unified School District announced Rosalie's death in a news release, saying it was saddened by her passing.

Author: 0 Australia to ban foreign political donations, citing concerns over China

Australia will ban foreign interference in its politics, either through espionage or financial donations, in a move motivated largely by Russia's alleged involvement in last year's U.S. A register will be set up publishing the names of any person or entity who seeks to influence political processes on behalf of a foreign state or principal, based on the foreign agent registration arrangements in the US.

People 9-hour rainbow in Taiwan may be the longest-lasting yet
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The recordings and the pictures taken by them showed the colourful stretch lasted from 06:57 local time until 15:55. "It was unbelievable... It felt like a gift from the sky ". "When we broke the previous record after passing six hours, I was hardly able to stay seated for lunch". The rainbow was recorded by two scientists at Chinese Culture University in Taipei.

People Four dead after crash in Wexford between lorry and vehicle
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The vehicle and lorry were both travelling eastwards towards Wexford. The fatal road collision between a vehicle and a lorry occurred on the N25 near New Ross, gardai said. Gardaí say the victims were three males and one female. They had rented a vehicle at Shannon Airport and were driving to New Ross for the wake of Winnie Keevey, a sister of the woman killed in the crash.

People Ex-Catalan leader to hear extradition verdict on December 14
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Junqueras, who tops the list for the left-republican ERC party, last week pledged to abandon efforts to seek unilateral independence, alongside other political detainees, in the hope of securing release. Whatever decision is made on December 14, two appeals will be possible and a final ruling could well come only after the December 21 election called by Spain's central authorities, in which Mr Puigdemont is leading his pro-independence party's campaign.

People Honduran protesters call for vote recount
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Honduran President Juan Orlando Hernandez held on to a lead of more than 52,000 votes in the country's hotly-disputed presidential race, with less than 0.04 percent of ballots left to be counted. One man was killed in the port city of La Ceiba on Friday and a 19-year old woman was shot in the head early Saturday in Tegucigalpa as soldiers busted up protesters' blockades of rubble and burning tires that had snarled traffic in the capital and major ports, a spokesman for the national police said.

People Russian Federation lists United States media organizations as foreign agents
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Russia's Justice Ministry has designated nine mass media outlets as foreign agents, the press service told TASS on Tuesday. The news organizations are funded by the US government. A key difference between the US action against RT.com and Russia's retaliatory legislation is that Russia's restrictions can potentially apply to any media organization, not just those which demonstrably receive support and direction from a foreign government.

People Federal Bureau of Investigation ordered 4000+ guns seized from buyers who failed background checks
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USA Today noted that the number of successful seizures past year is unclear and that the number of guns that should not have been purchased may be higher because more than one firearm may be bought in one dealing. The issue of background check failures came to the forefront after Devin Kelley, who was allowed to purchase a rifle despite a violent history, used the gun in a massacre at a Texas church in November.

People Rebel JD(U) MPs Sharad Yadav, Ali Anwar disqualified as Rajya Sabha members
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Last month, the Election Commission ruled that the Nitish Kumar-led faction was the real party and also allowed it to use the arrow symbol. A falling out between Sharad Yadav and Bihar Chief Minister Nitish Kumar took place when Kumar ended the Grand Alliance in Bihar with the Congress and RJD and formed government in the state with the BJP and other NDA partners in July this year.

People Truck drivers required to use electronic logs by December 18
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Jake Swartzentruber, an independent truck driver from Hutchinson, said he doesn't believe the electronic logging devices will make driving safer because it will discourage drivers from taking naps when they're sleepy. Although it's backed by the American Trucking Association, local truck drivers can't accept the implications of the ELD mandate. "Instead of letting a driver safely do what they need to do to get the job done, they can call them because they see they are not moving", said Mike ...

People Norman Reedus Confirmed to Present at The Game Awards
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While the appearance of one of the stars from The Walking Dead would hardly be something that many would be opposed to, his being there is even more exciting because it adds to mounting evidence that we'll see more news on Death Stranding during the awards show.

Author: 0 Find Out What Analysts Are Calling: Microsoft Corporation (MSFT), GameStop Corp. (GME)

If the published price targets set by Microsoft Corporation analysts have any power to influence the stock's share price, the highest price target set for MSFT is $120. will post $3.03 EPS for the current year. MSFT's profit will be $6.63B for 23.86 P/E if the $0.86 EPS becomes a reality. The Boulegeris Investments Inc holds 31,902 shares with $2.20 million value, up from 26,107 last quarter.

People Man accused of biting out dog's eye
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A NY man is accused of torturing his 3-year-old dog and biting out her eye. Gary Rogers, a spokesman for the SPCA, said on Monday morning that the veterinarian who treated Chloe is hopeful the pooch will regain her sight with proper care and treatment.

People Wind Advisory Issued for Lakeshore Counties
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North wind 6 to 10 miles per hour. The Cold: After reaching a high of 62 about midafternoon today , the mercury will plummet to a low tonight of 20 degrees. Tuesday , it will be sunny with a high near 46, the weather service said. The low temps and high winds were expected to be joined by scattered rain and snow.