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its third missile test in as many weeks and its 12th test this year. The US Pacific Command said the missile was launched from Wonsan in North Korea and flew for about six minutes. Japan says the missile landed in an area between its Sado and Oki islands, in the country's exclusive economic zone
The Economic Times
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Had a good interaction with Merkel, says Modi
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The Congress has demanded that home minister Rajnath Singh clarify what he meant when he said the Centre was working towards a “permanent and final solution” to the Jammu and Kashmir.
The Economic Times
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Sonia's lunch meeting turned into larger attempt to forge unity among 17 parties against Modi- led NDA government as party leaders turned up for the event.
The Economic Times
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"Labour reforms are on the agenda. Group of ministers has cleared the wage code. This will now go to the Cabinet and will come up in the next session of Parliament," Dattatreya said.
The Economic Times
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Maya vows to walk with united oppn, Mamata backs Lalu's rallySonia's lunch meeting turned into larger attempt to forge unity among 17 parties against Modi- led NDA government as party leaders turned up for the event.
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Sputnik International
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NEW DELHI: At a time when the unemployability of engineers is a matter of concern, some newage universities are giving their students an edge with their international tie-ups with top universities like Yale, Georgia Tech, University of Oxford, among others. Universities like Bennett, BML Munjal, OP Jindal and Flame have tied up with the top foreign universities of the world to give students that much more of an advantage in the job market. Bennett’s tie-up with Babson Global and Georgia Tech makes their academic learning more rigorous with a tailored, curated syllabus. At OP Jindal, the over 100 students who visit international campuses through their tie-ups every year, end up gaining a global perspective. BML Munjal has a tie-up with Imperial College, London. According to an ET report, nearly 1.5 million Indians graduate from engineering colleges every year, and nearly four-fifths of them are unemployable.
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“It is essential to talk to Russia because there are many international issues that will not be resolved without a tough exchange with the Russians,” Macron said.
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Around 8 pm, the duo, along with 10 others, returned to the metro station and attacked Kumar. He was rushed to a hospital where he died.
The Event Chronicle
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On Trump’s foreign tour, Spicer conducted only one briefing, an informal gaggle with the small, traveling press pool. Otherwise, he served more as an emcee, introducing other senior administration officials at more formal briefings. On Saturday, it was Gary Cohn, the National Economic Council director, and McMaster who headlined the U.S. news conference at the conclusion of the Group of Seven summit in Taormina, Italy. Spicer introduced them and then retired to the corner of the room to watch McMaster and Cohn parry questions from journalists. Another new detail: Trump's inspiration for a war room comes from Bill Clinton. Conversations about what some are calling a “war room” have focused on a model similar to what emerged during President Bill Clinton’s tenure to cope with the Monica Lewinsky scandal and other crises. Clinton pulled together a team of lawyers and communication and political aides to deal with those issues apart from the regular White House structure, with the aim of letting other business proceed as normally as possible.
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the sanctions imposed in the country as a result of the crisis. TRANSLATION: Sanctions against Russia are not helping to find a solution to the crisis in Ukraine. We must try to lift this economic restrictions. It is the only way we can be more free and be able to restore peace the region. Mr Putin also appeared to deny any Russian interference in France's.
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KyivPost
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French President Emmanuel Macron held out the possibility for tougher economic sanctions against Russia if it does not end its war against Ukraine. I confirm to you at this stage, I have suggestions that don't exclude to escalation. But that's not by hope. What I'd like is through Minsk agreement to find a solution and for the Ukrainian and Russian sides, a de-escalation, Macron said. He said he hopes for a solution in accordance with the 2015 Minsk peace agreement. The agreement requires Russia to withdraw militarily from eastern Ukraine, return eastern border control to Ukraine and allow international monitors unfettered access. Speaking at a press conference with Russian President Vladimir Putin at his side, Macron said that the leaders of four nations Germany, France, Russia and Ukraine will be meeting soon in the Normandy Format to evaluate the situation.