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Usually when elections are due within a period of six months, these states are combined and a joint announcement is made, it said . While there should be no harm if the EC were to take decisions on polls in consultation with the government regarding security arrangements and so on, to be seen taking decisions not easily explained away like the splitting of the Gujarat-HP elections is to invite a question of bias.
  • Sylvester Stallone Will Direct & Produce 'Creed 2' Himself

    Sylvester Stallone Will Direct & Produce 'Creed 2' Himself

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    Actor Sylvester Stallone has said that he will be directing the forthcoming sports drama film " Creed 2 ", which is a sequel to 2015 film " Creed ". It served both a spin-off as well as a sequel to Stallone's " Rocky " film series. So far Coogler, as well as the film's producer MGM, have yet to issue a comment on the recent announcement by Stallone.
  • Matuidi puts France in control of their World Cup destiny

    Matuidi puts France in control of their World Cup destiny

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    There is also history between the two nations, as the last time France failed to qualify for the World Cup was in 1994 following a late defeat to Bulgaria in qualifying. Ahead of the clash with Bulgaria , the 1998 World Cup victor told the French media: 'Since the start, we know that this is a very important match for us.
  • President Erdogan says Turkey helps militant group's offensive in Idlib

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    He later told reporters the operation was led by so-called Free Syrian Army (FSA) militants and that the Turkish army was "not yet" operating inside Syria. The zone would be monitored by Turkish soldiers. The Observatory reported "heavy exchanges of fire", but said the incident did not appear to mark the start of the operation Erdogan described on Saturday.
  • India beat Australia by nine wickets in rain-hit T20

    India beat Australia by nine wickets in rain-hit T20

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    Chahal's victim was Glenn Maxwell who punched it straight to Bumrah at short midwicket. Australia collapsed from 76-3 to 89-5. However, having reached 76-2 in the 10th over , the visitors struggled to up the ante on a slow, low pitch once opener Finch was bowled by Kuldeep Yadav for 42.
  • Police find decapitated head of journalist Kim Wall

    Police find decapitated head of journalist Kim Wall

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    Prosecutors have also revealed that Wall's torso was stabbed with syringes during the submarine death . Members of the Danish Emergency Management Agency (DEMA) search for the missing bodyparts of journalist Kim Wall . The charge sheet affirms Madsen cut Wall's body into pieces, punctured her middle and attached pipes to it to influence it to sink to the base of the ocean.
  • School guard sets kids on fire

    School guard sets kids on fire

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    The office of Janauba's mayor decreed seven days of mourning. He was taken to hospital with burns to around 90 percent of his body. "As the creche is near our house we heard noise and rushed over", Nelson de Jesus Silva, the father of one victim, told Globonews TV .
  • Western premiers 'deeply disappointed' in Energy East pipeline's cancellation

    Western premiers 'deeply disappointed' in Energy East pipeline's cancellation

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    TransCanada Corp .is cancelling the Energy East pipeline , the company said in a statement this morning. Of the cancellation, Green Party leader Elizabeth May added: "Today's announcement from TransCanada to cancel plans for the Energy East pipeline will be celebrated by many Canadians - those who understand that transporting toxic diluted bitumen (dilbit) across pristine areas, and that exporting bitumen to offshore refineries, is a poor business model".
  • Here's How Mattis Plans To Win The War In Afghanistan

    Here's How Mattis Plans To Win The War In Afghanistan

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    Mattis was purposefully unclear on how many more US troops would deploy to Afghanistan - and when - saying "more than 3,000" would bolster the 11,000 now on the ground "in the coming months", although senators on the committee said the number would be about 3,500.