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Thieves dig 25-foot tunnel into bank


In October 2014, robbers dug a 125-feet long and 2.5 feet wide tunnel, in a bid to rob nearly Rs 100 crore from 89 lockers inside Punjab National Bank's Gohana branch in Sonipat, Haryana near Delhi. A customer is responsible for his or her valuables kept in a locker which is owned by the bank, the report states, adding, some banks, in their agreements, make it clear that the valuables are stored at the customer's risk and he or she may, in their own interest, insure them. Read More »

Watch The Glittering New Trailer For 'The Greatest Showman'


Towards the end of 2017, Jackman is back stronger than ever with his latest offering The Greatest Showman . As always, it comes out a day earlier in the States. Jackson has long bemoaned the fact that he's more well-known for his ripped bod and adamantium claws than his musical roots, and he couldn't look happier in his return to being a song-and-dance man at the center of the trailer's aptly named song, "The Greatest Show". Read More »

Man shoots doctor outside hospital, kills himself


Police say Wood fired multiple shots at Seese as the doctor was walking toward his vehicle outside Affinity Medical Center in Massillon. Earlier Monday, Moser said Seese was in surgery at the hospital. According to the police, the incident appeared to be an attempted murder and suicide. A man who lives near Affinity Medical Center told The Independent newspaper he heard about six shots Monday afternoon. Read More »

President Trump to make "major" announcement about North Korea, trade


Trump spoke on the margins of the ASEAN summit, the final stop of his marathon 13-day trip to Asia that has been the longest regional tour by an American president in more than two decades. And he publicly avoided human rights when he met with Rodrigo Duterte, the controversial Philippine President who has publicly cheered on and inspired thousands of extrajudicial killings as part of a nationwide effort to get rid of drug users in the Philippines. Read More »

Famous Bob Dylan Guitar Auctioned for almost 400 Thousand


Officials with the Dallas-based Heritage Auctions say that a famous guitar owned by Minnesota native Bob Dylan was auctioned off for almost 400 thousand dollars. In fact, the original receipt was included with the guitar at the time of its sale. When Dylan made a decision to switch to Gibson as his guitar company of choice, he sold this Martin, serial number 196405, alongside two others. Read More »

China's Feng wins at home


Both finished with a final-round 70 but the Chinese triumphed with a nine-under 279 total. "Given that today was actually very, very windy, I really held up ground, especially with my approach shots to the greens", Feng said. Not only does she claim the top spot in the World rankings, but Feng has now moved in to third position in the LPGA Tour standings ahead of next seasons finale - where any of the top five will be crowned the Race to CME Globe champion and win the $1million bonus prize ... Read More »

Japan's SoftBank may secure stake in Uber

SoftBank plans to buy about US$1 billion (S$1.36 billion) of fresh stock at Uber's current valuation of about US$68.5 billion, but the bulk of the deal will be purchasing existing Uber shares from investors. The deal is also tied to new governance rules that aim to distribute power more equally and bring more oversight to the company. Interestingly, it has started talks with SoftBank for a potential investment that reports suggest could be worth as much as Dollars 10 billion. Read More »

Strike woes only the beginning of tough road ahead for students


Since coming to Canada for the one year program she has been at the college taking part in activities set out for global students including English language classes. "That is why I am requiring that colleges establish a dedicated fund with all the savings from the strike". However, the colleges plan treats all programs as though they are the same. Read More »

Freeport-McMoRan Inc. (FCX), Xunlei Limited (XNET)


The Stock shows P/E value of 0 and Forward P/E of 0. First Manhattan Co. now owns 10,067 shares of the natural resource company's stock valued at $120,000 after purchasing an additional 33 shares in the last quarter. During the same quarter previous year, the company earned $0.13 earnings per share. MDT's profit will be $1.45 billion for 18.54 P/E if the $1.07 EPS becomes a reality. Read More »

Soldier, militant killed in Kashmir gunfight


Another encounter broke out in Laam village of Tral area in Pulwama after the militants fired upon a search party of security forces. The police said that "the attack was repulsed and both the militants were killed". On Monday, an encounter in Handwara had left two militants dead. The slain militants were identified as local cadres of the Hizbul Mujahideen group. Read More »

I was annoyed Lionel Messi broke my record - Gabriel Batistuta


Lionel has more and will get nearly double what I did. "I take advantage of every moment, inside and outside the field, I am experiencing this moment with the national team in a different way", Messi stated. Since Messi overtook Batistuta in the scoring charts at last summer's Copa America, the former Fiorentina player nicknamed "Batigol" has had to change his chat up line. Read More »

United Kingdom tribunal rules Uber is an employer not "an app"


Alan Price, Employment Law Director at the UK's leading employment law consultancy Peninsula also commented on the decision saying that for Uber's estimated 40,000 drivers in the United Kingdom, this is another positive sign that their true employment status is that of a "worker" and, as such, they should be entitled to worker rights. Read More »

Moon, Russian PM agree to strengthen cooperation on N


Moon, a human rights lawyer who won the presidency in May 2017, is the first South Korean president to appoint a special envoy to ASEAN. South Korean President Moon Jae-in speaks before the ASEAN-South Korea 2017 Summit in Manila. Li also expressed hope that both countries will normalize relations as early as possible. "Korea is also the fifth [biggest] trading partner of Asean", he noted. Read More »

Philippine President Threatens to 'Slap' a UN Official

Mr Duterte made the assertion on Thursday in a meeting with the Filipino community in Da Nang, Vietnam , where he and leaders from other Pacific Rim countries were gathered for a meeting of the Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation forum. Since then, Philippine police have reported killing almost 4,000 people. More than 3,900 Filipinos have been killed in what the police called self-defense after armed suspects "resisted arrest" in Duterte's war on drugs. Read More »

NIAC shares dip over 9% in debut trade


The IPO , which was subscribed 1.9 times, comprised a fresh issue of equity shares aggregating up to ₹50 crore, besides an OFS of up to 65,74,093 shares by existing shareholders. By 0520 GMT, New India shares were trading 8.4 per cent lower at Rs 732.25, compared with an IPO issue price of Rs 800. We have taken a lot of steps to rationalise the prices and also to manage claims more efficiently. Read More »

New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern slams 'unacceptable' Manus Island situation


Some 400 refugees rebuffed continued efforts by Papua New Guinea authorities to convince them to move from a shuttered Australian detention camp Tuesday as the tense standoff over their future drags into a third week. Australian and PNG authorities insist the three transition centres built to house the refugees provide basic services including food and water. New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern has said she will again discuss the stand-off on Manus Island with Malcolm Turnbull when ... Read More »

Series of Taliban attacks in Afghanistan's Kandahar leave 22 police dead

On Monday the Taliban killed eight Afghan police officers after hiding in a cemetery near the village of Pule Regi and watching the police officers with the night-vision goggles, according to The New York Times . After an army attack on the Taliban two months ago in the Bala Baoluk district of Farah Province, he said, night-vision goggles were found on the bodies of some of the insurgents. Read More »

Australian man dies after falling into wood chipper


An Australian man died after accidentally falling through a woodchipper in a scene that police are calling "absolutely shocking". "They're understandably extremely distressed over what's occurred", he said. "Everyone's obviously very distressed and we're still trying to work out the circumstances as to who has seen what". He said police had been in touch with the family and they were being offered support. Read More »

Air raids kill 21 civilians in Syria's Aleppo - monitor

The Syrian Observatory, which monitors the country's civil war through a network of sources on the ground, said Atareb's market place was hit three times on Monday, and that five children and three women were among those killed. A Syrian man carries a child following a reported airstrike on the rebel-held town of Atareb in Syria's northern Aleppo province on November 13, 2017 . Read More »

Ferry cancellations as high winds begin


Travellers with reservations for cancelled sailings were automatically refunded the reservation fee. Environment Canada has issued wind warnings for all of Vancouver Island, Metro Vancouver, the western Fraser Valley, the southern Gulf Islands and the Sunshine Coast. Read More »

Our Defence Affairs Are Not Negotiable: Iran FM to Macron


Macron, during a visit to Dubai on Thursday, said he was "very concerned" by Tehran's missile program after Saudi Arabia claimed it intercepted a missile fired from Yemen earlier this month. U.S. President Donald Trump has threatened to pull out of the deal, refusing to recertify that Iran is complying with its obligations and violating the "spirit" of the accord. Read More »

Iran says does not interfere in Lebanese state affairs


In the previous days, Many reports talked about the circumstances which surrounded Hariri's resignation , with Reuters news agency quoted an official close to Hariri as saying that the Lebanese PM was forced to resign and has been under house arrest since his arrival to Riyadh on November 3. Read More »

Will AG Sessions Appoint Another Special Prosecutor?

Democrats have accused Republicans of launching a spurious investigation of Clinton, the 2016 Democratic presidential candidate, to divert attention from Special Counsel Robert Mueller's investigation into alleged links between President Donald Trump's presidential campaign and Russian Federation. Read More »

Crude oil output cuts "only viable option" for market, OPEC head says

Also, OPEC sees no reason for investors to expect oil to hit peak demand before 2040, the organization's secretary general said Monday. OPEC and its non-OPEC partners are expected to unanimously decide to extend the production cuts at the Vienna meeting on November 30, but the duration of the extension is still under negotiation, the UAE's Energy Minister Suhail Al Mazrouei said at a conference in Abu Dhabi on Monday. Read More »

North Korea soldier shot while defecting

Tensions have soared between the United States and North Korea following a series of weapons tests by Pyongyang and a string of increasingly bellicose exchanges between Trump and North Korean leader Kim Jong Un. Military officials from the North and South have used Panmunjom frequently in the past for talks. Seoul says more than 30,000 North Koreans have defected to the South since the end of the Korean War in 1953. Read More »

Pacific leaders say to fight 'unfair trade' in nod to Trump


A meeting of the India-Japan-US-Australia quadrilateral is expected in Manila on the sidelines of the East Asia Summit. By expanding Asia's geographic net to include the world's largest democracy, this larger region encompasses a greater balance favoring rule of law, freedom of navigation, open trade, and democracy. Read More »

Doctors to continue protest as talks with government fail to yield results


State unit will continue its relay hunger strike in front of Suvarna Soudha from Tuesday. "Otherwise, let the government accept the Vikramjit Sen committee's report in toto", said IMA president H.N. Kannada activists, led by Vatal Nagaraj, are also protesting the Maha Melav planned by the pro-Maharashtra bodies in Belagavi . The Bill proposes to give the government more powers to regulate cost of treatment at private facilities and take action against erring doctors. Read More »

Trump offers to 'mediate' in sea dispute


Mr Trump's offer faces major obstacles, as China has steadfastly opposed what it calls USA meddling in the disputes and is unhappy about the U.S. navy's incursions into what Beijing considers its territorial waters in the South China Sea . Read More »