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And when they heard Texas had approved a crackdown on sanctuary cities she said they finalized the decision.
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The association represents all handset making companies including Apple, Samsung and Micromax, among others. The government’s move to levy 12 per cent GST on mobile phones will push up prices of locally made phones by 4-5 per cent, bringing them at par with imported ones, thus taking away advantage for domestic manufacturing which existed due to the existing duty differential structure. The association on Monday sought finance ministry’s intervention to exempt phones under Rs 5,000 from GST or impose a 5 per cent GST to keep them low cost is possible, while 12 per cent can be kept for the rest. The association has also asked the ministry to define ‘parts’ for mobile phone manufacturing, that will attract a 12 per cent GST. It added that sub-parts should also be put under the 12 per cent tax limit. While thegovernment has assured its support to the industry, with imposition of basic customs duty (BCD) on imported phones emerging as a strong option to make imports more expensive vis-à-vis locally made devices, it is yet to take a final decision.
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"I have also received calls from Marks & Spencer for whom we supply finished leather for shoes," he said. On Friday, the government banned sale of cattle for slaughter, a move it said was aimed at preventing cruelty towards animals, curbing illegal trade and smuggling of animals. While it has stirred up a political storm, the decision caused uncertainties in the meat and leather export sectors, where India is one of the largest players. In fiscal 2016, India had earned nearly $6 billion from leather exports, show government figures. Ramesh Juneja, the eastern regional chairman of the Council of Leather Exports, said exporters in the region have been flooded with calls from Italian intermediaries in Solofra and Florence, who work for brands such as Prada and Gucci. "They all want to know whether the supply will remain normal after the Centre's recent notification," Juneja said.
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U.S. President Donald Trump on Monday paid tribute to "a new generation of American patriots" who, he said, "are fighting to win the battle against terrorism." They are "risking their lives to protect our citizens from an enemy that uses the murder of innocents to wage war on humanity itself," added Trump. He made the remarks in a Memorial Day speech at the 253-hectare Arlington National Cemetery just after he laid a wreath to honor the more than 300,000 military veterans who are buried there. Trump is expected at any time to announce a decision on a Pentagon request for an increase in the number of U.S. troops for the continuing war in Afghanistan. Barack Obama, in the final months of his presidency, did not make a decision on the Defense Department request, preferring to hand it off to the incoming president who would be commander-in-chief by the time any additional forces would head to what has become America's longest-running military campaign.
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San Antonio Spurs point guard Tony Parker told L'Equipe (h/t Eurohoops.net ) that he plans to return from his ruptured left quadriceps tendon in January. Parker suffered the injury in May during San Antonio's series against the Houston Rockets in the Western Conference semifinals and underwent successful surgery shortly after. Parker expressed his disappointment about suffering the injury, especially after Gregg Popovich's decision to limit his minutes throughout the season left him fresh for the postseason. "The first thing that came in when I got injured was frustration," Parker told L'Equipe . "I was super good, and we had the chance to go until the end and get the title. The coach's plan worked like a clock. I was consistent, playing for 20-25 minutes per game. My series against Memphis was good, and I had a good start to the season." Parker, 35, averaged 10.
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a hen coop any day soon. But the Remain is not swooping anywhere, Britain made its decision last June and since then Grayson Perry has been on the road making a Channel 4 documentary about her has changed. Have you had personal experience of the feelings swimming about here?.
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The trial for three men accused in the death of 30-year-old gangster Jonathan Bacon has begun.
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Highly rated safety recruit Michael Dowell announced his college decision Monday by committing to play at Michigan State. He made the announcement on Twitter: According to Scout.com , Dowell is a 4-star prospect who ranks as the No. 31 safety overall and No. 1 player at his position from the state of Ohio. Dowell stars at St. Edward High School in Lakewood, Ohio. His brothers, Andrew and David Dowell, are St. Edward alumni who currently play at Michigan State. When asked about his desire to join them at MSU in February by Scout.com's Bill Greene , Dowell offered an endorsement of the school: "I'm definitely open to all schools, and I want to learn about all of them. With Michigan State, I really do like the program a lot. I'm going to get back up there again soon for a visit. Not just for the football stuff, but I do want to see Coach [Mark] Dantonio and the coaches.
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The BA union criticises the decision to outsource some IT jobs to a company in India. Years ago it had over 800 senior IT personnel. These were people who had been working with the company for 20-30 years, and yet what has taken place in the last.
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the T20 and develop a relationship that had got very cold under his predecessor Francois Hollande including after the bombing of Syria, the use of chemical weapons and the decision at that point in October to cancel a previous visit by Vladimir Putin to Paris. I was struck by something the Russian ambassador to Paris said ahead of the meeting. He seems to suggest he got Emmanuel Macron would be more flexible on the issue of Syria. You heard.
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Sometimes the lips dont say what the heart feels, but instead of humanity working together on our own collective sense of caring and empathy, we have made the brave decision to build computers that can interpret emotions for us. In this installment of Judah Vs. the Machines, actor Judah Friedlander touches down in Miami to discover the wits of Kairos, a computer... Read More
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If the Cavaliers and Warriors go nose-to-nose for seven games or deliver an epic six-contest war, what transpired beforehand will have been worth it or at least acceptable monotony. Even then, when it's over, this championship-level back-and-forth will be diluted down to its repetitiona widespread feeling of So...now what? A fourth straight year of this? And if this is a risk following a best-of-seven set that rivals last year's unfathomable series, imagine the reaction should the latest installment end in four, five or a lackluster six games. It won't be good. Kevin Durant already has to defend himself against those who believe his free-agency decision threw the NBA into this state of unflagging uniformity. That'll only get worse. The Warriors will be painted as a failure for ending the best three-year stretch in league history with just one title if they lose.
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EFSA fails to provide evidence to support its decision to dismiss a key study showing glyphosate is carcinogenic. The European Food Safety Authority (EFSA) has been accused of excluding from its glyphosate assessment a key study only because of a ...
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John Terry jetted off on Monday morning for a week-long holiday with his family to consider his future. He is expected to come back to England with a decision, which will be announced in June.