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She claimed that even after "adjusting", she was still not offered roles. Abhiram Daggubati , son of producer Suresh Babu and younger brother of Rana Daggubati , was named by Sri Reddy . Pushing it down as a momentary reaction, the whole of MAA is now saying that they will help Sri Reddy in all the aspect. Soon, the director tweeted:"APOLOGIZE and take back every word that was posted against me or be ready to face legal action, which will include criminal/civil proceedings".
  • Trump 'less inclined' to meet with Mueller after Federal Bureau of Investigation raid

    Trump 'less inclined' to meet with Mueller after Federal Bureau of Investigation raid

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    Search warrants like the one used in the Cohen and Manafort raids - which some legal experts characterize as a "no-knock" warrant - are "executed early in the day and by large teams of armed federal agents", Sandick said. Cohen has said he took out a home loan to pay porn actress $130,000 weeks ahead of the election to keep quiet about her allegations that Trump had an affair with her while he was married to Melania Trump.
  • Crown Prince MBS: Saudi Will Join Response to Chemical Attack If Needed

    Crown Prince MBS: Saudi Will Join Response to Chemical Attack If Needed

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    French President Emmanuel Macron will dine with Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman and Lebanese Prime Minister Saad al-Hariri on Tuesday, a diplomatic move aimed at showing the young leader can play a mediator role in the region. The Arms Under Control coalition's plea concerned Spanish manufacturer Navantia's planned sale of five warships to the kingdom, which the rights groups say would be used in Saudi Arabia's deadly military campaign against Yemen.
  • 49ers preseason schedule: Cowboys to visit in opener

    49ers preseason schedule: Cowboys to visit in opener

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    His new vision for the Silver and Black will be on display for the first time against the Detroit Lions in the first week of preseason games. Although none of the Packer games will be on National Television, they will most certainly be available in local markets throughout Wisconsin.
  • Military plane with 100 on board crashes in Algeria

    Military plane with 100 on board crashes in Algeria

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    The military says it's not yet sure what caused the crash near its large military airport in northern Algeria, a country in North Africa. The plane was on its way to disputed zone of Tindouf in southwest Alegria. A retired officer, Mohamed Khelfaoui, told the online Algerian TSA site that he had flown in the aircraft several times and "it has proven itself in Algeria and elsewhere".
  • Virginia woman accused of beheading boyfriend, shouting 'let me get my heads'

    Virginia woman accused of beheading boyfriend, shouting 'let me get my heads'

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    After being detained, Mills reportedly kicked the dividing window in the police vehicle and told officers, " You have to take me back and let me get my heads ". Mills was wearing a glove on her left hand, and a matching glove was found in White's bedroom. According to the criminal complaint, the killing was a "decapitation homicide", Mercer County Prosecuting Attorney George Sitler said.
  • New Budget Estimate Shows Trump Tax Cuts Created a Fiscal Disaster

    New Budget Estimate Shows Trump Tax Cuts Created a Fiscal Disaster

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    The budget deficit will be 4.2% of the nation's gross domestic product in 2018, and will grow to 5.1% in 2022, the CBO estimates. The Trump administration had promised the cuts would pay for themselves. It lifted its economic growth forecast for this year and next to 3.3% and 2.4% respectively. But for shifts in timing of payments, the deficit would have been even worse, at $848 billion, which would have been a one-year surge of 28 percent.
  • Marquez felt misled during Argentina grid incident

    Marquez felt misled during Argentina grid incident

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    The previous race victor and Factory Ducati rider Andrea Dovizioso will start from eight, whereas his teammate and two-time world champion Jorge Lorenzo could do no better than 14th spot on the grid. Marquez passed Vinales in the closing stage to finish fifth - but as the flag fell he was given another ride-through penalty for bumping Rossi. Crowd favourite Rossi finished the race at the Autódromo Termas de Río Hondo in 19th place while Jorge Lorenzo ended up 15th with Ducati team mate ...
  • Australia and New Zealand warn China against Vanuatu base

    Australia and New Zealand warn China against Vanuatu base

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    China has also become increasingly active in the South Pacific, undertaking infrastructure projects and providing aid and funding to small, developing island nations. The minister also expressed disappointment over the media coverage standards in Australia. Smith noted that Vanuatu Prime Minister Charlot Salwai had visited China twice since being elected in 2016 but had yet to visit Australia, "partly because of him not being given priority on the Australian side".
  • Dozens dead after school bus plunges off cliff in Himalayas

    Dozens dead after school bus plunges off cliff in Himalayas

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    Last year, 15 students died after their school bus collided with a truck. The bus driver and two teachers were among the dead and the fourth adult killed was a woman who had taken a lift in the bus, Kumar said. And 32 people died in late December when their bus swerved off a bridge into a riverbed in Rajasthan state. Last July, a bus rolled off a cliff around 100 kilometres from Shimla, a hill resort popular with tourists, claiming 28 lives.
  • Iranians among 14 killed in Syria airbase attack, Israel to be blamed?

    Iranians among 14 killed in Syria airbase attack, Israel to be blamed?

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    Rouhani's speech came in light of National Nuclear Technology Day in Tehran , where the country unveiled its latest nuclear achievements - including a nuclear battery and centrifuges for the oil industry. Fordow is a facility south of the holy city of Qom. "If senior Islamic Republic officials issue an order to resume the 20% enrichment, we can do it in [the] Fordo [nuclear facility] within 4 days", Salehi was quoted as telling reporters on Sunday in Iran's state-controlled press.
  • Palestinians bury nine killed in border clashes with Israel

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    Palestinian news agency Maan said that an Israeli tank fired twice towards the Strip, however the Israeli military said it only used small arms fire. The wounded Palestinian was taken to hospital in serious condition. The Palestine Red Crescent Society has "also warned of a shortage of medical supplies and of personal protective equipment for their 400-person team deployed across Gaza".
  • Donald Trump to skip annual White House correspondents' dinner

    Donald Trump to skip annual White House correspondents' dinner

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    Last year, Trump broke with tradition by stiffing the dinner altogether, and discouraged other White House officials from attending. The announcement comes as President Trump slammed the press in a fiery interview on WABC Friday morning, saying it was "pretty unlikely" he would be attending the elite dinner.
  • Fire at Trump Tower in NY leaves one dead

    Fire at Trump Tower in NY leaves one dead

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    Brassner was a friend of the late artist Andy Warhol and is mentioned several times in the legendary New Yorker's 1989 autobiography, The Andy Warhol Diaries . "This was a very hard fire". Trump praised the building's construction as a "well built building" and lauded firefighters who managed to put out the blaze on Saturday.
  • N.Korea tells USA it is prepared to discuss denuclearization

    N.Korea tells USA it is prepared to discuss denuclearization

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    South Korea , which has shuttled between Pyongyang and Washington to set up the talks, said Kim had expressed willingness to talk about giving up nuclear weapons during his upcoming meetings with Moon and Trump. The sides mentioned the end of May - beginning of July as a "current target". Whether or not Kim had genuinely offered to discuss dismantling his nuclear program was a key question surrounding his offer to meet Trump, made in March and conveyed to the US via a South Korean envoy.
  • Australia break women's 4x100m freestyle world record

    Australia break women's 4x100m freestyle world record

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    Olympic champion Mack Horton won the 400-meter freestyle and was joined by Canada's Taylor Ruck and England's Aimee Willmott as gold medal winners after the first three finals at the Commonwealth Games pool. I probably feel more emotion here than in Rio (2016 Olympic Games) because the whole crowd is cheering for you. Wilmott, beaten by Miley in the 2014 Glasgow final, fought back tenaciously in the final freestyle leg to pip the Scot by 0.26secs with Australia's Blair Evans third.
  • WHO celebrates 70th World Health Day in Sri Lanka today

    WHO celebrates 70th World Health Day in Sri Lanka today

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    This is a global health awareness day observed every year on 7 April under the sponsorship of World Health Organisation (WHO) marking its founding anniversary. Incurring catastrophic expenses for health care is a global problem. Health services must be planned around the needs of the people, she said, highlighting that by 2020 more of the Region's population will be over 60 than under-five.
  • Trump Considers $100b More Tariffs on China Goods

    Trump Considers $100b More Tariffs on China Goods

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    On the bright side, stocks trimmed their losses late in the session as buyers moved in as the S&P 500 breached its 200-day moving average (2,594), bringing the benchmark to 2,604 at the close. This is in addition to the proposed 25 per cent import tariffs worth United States dollars 50 billion on some 1,300 Chinese products being imported into the US.
  • Gold Coast CWG 2018: Sajan Prakash qualifies for 200m butterfly finals

    Gold Coast CWG 2018: Sajan Prakash qualifies for 200m butterfly finals

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    Okoth wound up 11th in her competition after lifting 66 in the snatch, where she faulted twice, and 87 in the clean-and-jerk after having faulted once and lifted 81 on her third attempt. She later broke down in tears standing on the podium. "I tried to get through with minimum effort". I really wanted to do it. BC-COM-Commonwealth Games Roundup, 3rd Ld-Writethru, 998Peaty extends unbeaten run with swimming gold for EnglandAP Photo XRR155, XRR152, XRR147, XMAS103, XRR191, DA110, DA107, ...
  • RBI bans banks from dealing with cryptocurrencies, plans its own

    RBI bans banks from dealing with cryptocurrencies, plans its own

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    If you are an Indian and you live out of crypto trading, then you might have to bid goodbye to either the country or the business that you have set up around cryptocurrency . Blockchains grew in popularity in 2017, and are expected to take centrestage in the coming years. Experts predict that in the future, their real value will be seen in more than just digital currency.
  • 5 killed in rebel mortar attack in Damascus' Douma military showdown

    5 killed in rebel mortar attack in Damascus' Douma military showdown

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    Government forces had resumed a military blitz of Douma on Friday after an apparent breakdown in negotiations between government backer Moscow and Jaish al-Islam, the rebels who hold the town. The observatory said at least 40 civilians died, including eight children, and even more were wounded. Douma is the last town held by rebels in the eastern Ghouta suburbs of Damascus .
  • Classifieds Website Backpage Shut Down by Feds After Sex Trafficking Investigation

    Classifieds Website Backpage Shut Down by Feds After Sex Trafficking Investigation

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    The website now directs visitors to a banner titled, "backpage.com and affiliated websites have been seized". This didn't provide much of an explanation, but promised a statement from the Department of Justice as of 6 p.m. They also then were destroying the evidence that later law enforcement could use to go after these people. Some people said they did not see the seizure message despite links to the site not working, likely because the site's servers had yet to update.
  • Bon-Ton warns state of potential closures, could affect 2200 workers

    Bon-Ton warns state of potential closures, could affect 2200 workers

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    In a statement, Hojnacki said Bon-Ton issued the notification because labor laws require businesses to notify the state about potential job losses under certain circumstances. Because of that, they are required by law to give notice of closures, in case that sale does not go through. The Eau Claire store employs 93 people who will be permanently laid off, according to a notice the company sent this week to the Wisconsin Department of Workforce Development.
  • Five years in jail for poaching Bollywood movie star

    Five years in jail for poaching Bollywood movie star

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    After hearing arguments from both parties, the judge said the evidence in this case was strong and the decision can not be made in hasty and reserved the judgment on the bail petition. However, the court has released, other than Salman Khan , everyone else from the case. He went to a nearby hospital for medical examination and then later on he was taken into the central Jail of Jodhpur .
  • Trump orders review of $100 billion more in tariffs on China

    Trump orders review of $100 billion more in tariffs on China

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    Some of the largest American brands, from Apple to Boeing to Kentucky Fried Chicken, are increasingly intertwined with the Chinese market. U.S. Trade Representative Robert Lighthizer called China's moved "unjustified" and said Trump's proposal was an "appropriate response to China's recent threat of new tariffs".
  • Metal object in fatal NY police shooting was a welding torch

    Metal object in fatal NY police shooting was a welding torch

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    Surveillance video released by the NYPD appeared to show Vassell pointing the object at multiple people. A tense crowd gathered after the shooting, with some people shouting at officers and decrying the killing as another example of an unarmed black man dying at the hands of police officers who overreacted.