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Tamil Nadu has over 22,000 buses with a workforce of about 143,000 employees. However, the bench refused to include the other demands of the trade unions, including wages during the strike period and dropping of criminal and departmental actions taken against the striking workers as a subject matter of the arbitration, saying the unions can not seek to adjudicate what is not their case.
  • MI couple wanted in death of 4-year-old arrested in Georgia

    MI couple wanted in death of 4-year-old arrested in Georgia

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    Authorities need the public's help tracking down a man and woman accused in the death of a four-year-old girl found severely burned in MI, according to KTLA sister station WNEM . Mourning the little girl's death Barrett's father, Kyle Barrett told Fox 2: "She didn't have to pass the way she did but I hope we get justice for her really soon".
  • GOP accuses Dems of holding budget deal hostage over DACA

    GOP accuses Dems of holding budget deal hostage over DACA

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    The president said he would insist on construction of a border security wall as part of an agreement involving young immigrants, but he said Congress could then pursue a comprehensive immigration overhaul in the second phase. "We don't oppose building a wall, but that's certainly not our first priority", said Eric Ruark, director of research at NumbersUSA. Trump wants a deal that extends DACA but also boosts border security and limits the federal chain migration and visa lottery systems, ...
  • Inside Princess Charlotte's posh new nursery school

    Inside Princess Charlotte's posh new nursery school

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    The 2-year-old is shown on the steps of the palace in one photo and standing holding onto a rail in another. The Queen was homeschooled at Buckingham Palace by private tutors and teachers, so she doesn't have first day portraits like her children, grandchildren, or great-grandchildren do.
  • Major fire breaks out at court in India's financial capital Mumbai

    Major fire breaks out at court in India's financial capital Mumbai

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    Although the studio had fire-fighting equipment installed, it was not functional, said fire officials. Eight fire engines and six water tankers were rushed to the spot. And on December 29, 14 people, mostly young women, were killed in a fire at a trendy rooftop pub in Mumbai's Kamala Mills complex. There were about 150 people trapped inside who were successfully rescued.
  • P!NK to sing national anthem at Super Bowl LII

    P!NK to sing national anthem at Super Bowl LII

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    The 38 year old musician has sold more than sixteen million albums world wide. The singer has been vocal about her views on President Donald Trump and his response to the protests. He performed at Super Bowl XXVIII in Houston in 2004, when he infamously pulled part of Janet Jackson's costume off, revealing her breast on national television and causing a major controversy.
  • Eleven Saudi princes detained following protest over utility bills

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    The arrests were the latest sign of tensions within the Saudi royal family as the kingdom's young crown prince, Mohammed bin Salman, assumes an increasingly dominant role in the country's affairs. They have been held at the five-star Ritz-Carlton hotel in Riyadh while government officials negotiate financial settlements, asking them to hand over assets and cash in return for their freedom.
  • Florida man calls 911 to report himself drunk driving

    Florida man calls 911 to report himself drunk driving

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    Police from the Polk County Sherriff's Officer have praised the work of a 911 operator after she received a call from driver Michael Lester claiming he had "swallowed meth" and was "too drunk" on December 31. He told deputies he had three or four beers. Lester told deputies who arrived on the scene he had consumed drugs and alcohol. Polk County Sheriff's Office Facebook page read: 'On New Year's Eve, Michael made a decision to call in a drunk driver.
  • LaVar Ball Torched Luke Walton For Having 'No Control' Over The Lakers

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    The Lakers , who stand at the bottom of the Western Conference, will continue their five-game homestand on Sunday when the Atlanta Hawks, the last placers of the Eastern Conference, come to town. Unfortunately for Luke Walton , he has to hear about it from the father of the Lakers' top draft pick. When asked about his father, Lonzo was his usual even-tempered self, telling reporters: "He's a grown man".
  • Trump postpones his fake

    Trump postpones his fake "Fake News Awards"

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    It's more like that wrestling video in which Trump body-slams a guy with a CNN head-something that will excite his base, which already distrusts the press and loves the president's media-bashing. During his tenure as President, Mr Trump has repeatedly claimed the media has been unfair to him. Mr Trump's awards have been met with widespread mirth with United States talk show hosts offering themselves up for consideration for the awards.
  • Sydney set to swelter as temps hit 45C

    Sydney set to swelter as temps hit 45C

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    Police are advising people to stay hydrated and look out for the elderly. Players participating in the Sydney global tennis tournament were forced off the court at 10:00 local time on Sunday (23:00 GMT Saturday) by the event's organisers after temperatures courtside exceeded 40C.
  • When is Egypt not an African country?

    When is Egypt not an African country?

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    Salah helped the Pharaohs end a 28 year wait for an appearance at the World Cup by qualifying for Federation Internationale de Football Association 2018 edition in Russia and he is optimistic the team will do well. Mohamed Salah took to Twitter to show off his African player of the year award on Friday night just hours ahead of Liverpool FC's FA Cup clash against Everton.
  • Aliaksandra Sasnovich stuns Anastasija Sevastova to reach final — WTA Brisbane

    Aliaksandra Sasnovich stuns Anastasija Sevastova to reach final — WTA Brisbane

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    The Latvian was leading the tournament for points won on return (55.1%) and posted tournament-best numbers for break points saved (89.5%) and service games won (91.7%) but it didn't help her enough to reach the fifth career WTA final. Despite being clearly jaded after playing eight matches in nine days, Sasnovich continued to fight. Elina Svitolina got the ideal boost ahead of the Australian Open by lifting the Brisbane International title with a 6-2 6-1 win over qualifier ...
  • Astronaut John Young dies at 87

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    However, that was just one of a series of achievements. Young then participated in the Gemini 3 mission (1965), before ordering Gemini 10 (1966), flying in orbit around the Moon with Apollo 10 (1969) and landing there with Apollo 16 in 1972.