• Students stage 'lie-in' at White House to protest against gun violence
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    Students stage 'lie-in' at White House to protest against gun violence

    Several dozen high school students from in and around Washington, D.C., staged a 'lie-in' in front of the White House to protest against gun violence in schools. Rough Cut (no reporter narration).

  • Accused Florida school shooter appears in court
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    Accused Florida school shooter appears in court

    Nikolas Cruz, the former student at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School who allegedly killed 17 people last Wednesday, attended a status hearing at a Fort Lauderdale court on Monday. Rough Cut (no reporter narration).

  • French ice dancer suffers wardrobe malfunction at the Olympics
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    French ice dancer suffers wardrobe malfunction at the Olympics

    Gabriella Papadakis struggled to get through a routine after her dress came undone during a figure skating program at the Winter Olympics in South Korea.

  • CM Naidu announces Rs 1500 pension to 5000 dappu artists
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    CM Naidu announces Rs 1500 pension to 5000 dappu artists

    Andhra Pradesh Chief Minister N Chandrababu Naidu attended "Madiga Maha Bheri", a meeting of Madiga caste people. There were three key demands in today's meeting: 1. Strict implementation of GO No 25 for development of all sub sects in Madigas in all welfare schemes. 2. Attempts should

  • 'Centre should do justice to our state': CM Naidu
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    'Centre should do justice to our state': CM Naidu

    Andhra Pradesh Chief Minister N Chandrababu Naidu attended "Madiga Maha Bheri", a meeting of Madiga caste people in capital Amravati. In his speech CM Naidu asked Centre to do justice with the state. He said, "Centre should do justice to our state. I am asking only for justice." AP

  • Priya Varrier moves SC over case registered against 'Oru Adaar Love'
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    Priya Varrier moves SC over case registered against 'Oru Adaar Love'

    Actor Priya Prakash Varrier on Monday filed a plea in the Supreme Court over the case registered against her film 'Oru Adaar Love' in Telangana. A group of youth had filed a complaint at the Falaknuma Police Station against the actress and the makers of the song, for allegedly hurting their sentiments

  • Chicken shortage forces KFC to close many UK stores
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    Chicken shortage forces KFC to close many UK stores

    Fast-food chain KFC said on Monday it had been forced to close hundreds of its British stores because of a shortage of chicken. As Sonia Legg reports, the problem arose after the chain switched its delivery contract to DHL, forcing the majority of its 900 outlets in Britain to shut.

  • Quake shakes Mexicans out of bed, alarms sound in capital
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    Quake shakes Mexicans out of bed, alarms sound in capital

    A magnitude 5.9 earthquake struck southern Mexico early on Monday, sending frightened residents into the streets as seismic alarms echoed across the capital, although there were no immediate reports of damage.

  • Reliance to release Hollywood thriller '7 Days In Entebbe'
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    Reliance to release Hollywood thriller '7 Days In Entebbe'

    Reliance will be releasing the Hollywood thriller, '7 Days In Entebbe' worldwide next month. The political crime thriller is inspired by the true events of the 1976 hijacking of an Air France flight en route from Tel Aviv to Paris. The hijackers demanded the freedom of dozens of Palestinian prisoners

  • Rishi Kapoor, Emraan Hashmi to star together soon
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    Rishi Kapoor, Emraan Hashmi to star together soon

    Bollywood actors Rishi Kapoor and Emraan Hashmi will be soon seen together in a film. The duo will be seen in Malyalam director Jeethu Joseph's crime-mystery-horror thriller film. This untitled thriller will be produced by Viacom 18 and Azure Entertainment. Meanwhile, Emraan is busy with his upcoming

  • Raman Singh says opposition's allegations over him for inviting Australian company for investment are baseless
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    Raman Singh says opposition's allegations over him for inviting Australian company for investment are baseless

    Oxfam's country director in Haiti admitted using prostitutes at his residence during a relief mission before his resignation in 2011. That's according to an internal investigation into allegations of sexual misconduct, released by the charity on Monday (February 19). It is the first time that

  • Oxfam says Haiti director admitted using prostitutes
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    Oxfam says Haiti director admitted using prostitutes

    Oxfam's country director in Haiti admitted using prostitutes at his residence during a relief mission before his resignation in 2011. That's according to an internal investigation into allegations of sexual misconduct, released by the charity on Monday (February 19). It is the first time that

  • Zimbabweans pay tribute to late opposition leader Tsvangirai
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    Zimbabweans pay tribute to late opposition leader Tsvangirai

    Thousands turn out to bid farewell to one of Zimbabwe's most popular politicians, Morgan Tsvangirai, after he died last week following a long battle with cancer. Rough cut (no reporter narration).

  • Researchers practice living on Mars in Israel's desert
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    Researchers practice living on Mars in Israel's desert

    A team of six Israeli researchers on Sunday ended a Mars habitat experiment in a mock-up built in Israel's Negev desert where they simulated living conditions on the Red Planet.

  • 'Speed breeding' in Australia illuminates future crop possibilities
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    'Speed breeding' in Australia illuminates future crop possibilities

    Australian scientists, inspired by NASA space experiments, have pioneered a new method of growing crops - known as 'speed breeding' - which has the potential to help feed the world's growing population. Edward Baran reports.

  • CVC asks PNB, FM officials to submit report on PNB scam
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    CVC asks PNB, FM officials to submit report on PNB scam

    The Central Vigilance Commission (CVC) held a meeting with PNB and Finance Ministry (FM) officials over the PNB scam. The Central Vigilance Commission has asked PNB and FM officials to submit a report in 10 days, on how the PNB scam took place despite monetary regulations being in place. After meeting

  • BJD is using government authorities and money for benefits: Sambit Patra
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    BJD is using government authorities and money for benefits: Sambit Patra

    A Bharatiya Janata Party delegation met the Election Commission officials over the upcoming by-polls in Odisha's Bijepur. The party's spokesperson Sambit Patra stated that the delegation apprised the EC of the situation that Biju Janata Dal is using government authorities and large sums of money

  • 'Black Panther' breaks records at box-office in debut weekend
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    'Black Panther' breaks records at box-office in debut weekend

    The Disney-Marvel movie 'Black Panther' has received the fifth-biggest opening of all time by raking in a whopping $192 million in the debut weekend. The Ryan Coogler-directorial has blown away the record for the largest opening for an African-American director which belonged to F. Gary Gray

  • Turkey renames street outside U.S. embassy after Syrian offensive
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    Turkey renames street outside U.S. embassy after Syrian offensive

    'Olive Branch' is the new name for a street outside the U.S. embassy in the Turkish capital of Ankara.

  • Stocks extend global recovery, dividends up too
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    Stocks extend global recovery, dividends up too

    World stocks were set for a sixth session of gains on Monday, extending a recovery from a selloff sparked by fears of creeping inflation and higher borrowing costs. As Sonia Legg reports, global dividends also rose 7.7 percent to an all-time high of $1.25 trillion last year boosted by a buoyant world

  • Japan urges US to make careful steel trade ruling
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    Japan urges US to make careful steel trade ruling

    Japan's steel industry has criticised President Trump’s plan to impose curbs on steel imports, saying it violates the principles of free trade. As Ciara Lee reports, it’s calling for Washington to make a careful and appropriate decision.

  • PM Modi will show Nirav Modi his right place, says Baba Ramdev
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    PM Modi will show Nirav Modi his right place, says Baba Ramdev

    Yoga guru Baba Ramdev on Monday said that Prime Minister Narendra Modi will show jeweller Nirav Modi his right place. "Modi government will put Nirav Modi in his right place. He will face the consequences for the sins he has committed," said Ramdev. "Whether it's Lalit Modi or Nirav

  • Why didn't you do something when you were in power for 50 years? : PM Modi attacks Congress
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    Why didn't you do something when you were in power for 50 years? : PM Modi attacks Congress

    Prime Minister Narendra Modi addressed a public rally in Mysuru. In his speech PM Modi attacked Congress party saying they ruled for 70-80% of the time. He added that Congress party is now deceiving people by making false promises. If they wanted to act they could have done so in past fifty years when

  • Nepal observes 68th Democracy Day
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    Nepal observes 68th Democracy Day

    The 68th Democracy Day was observed across the nation through various programmes in Kathmandu on Monday. KP Sharma Oli, the first Prime Minister of Nepal after the adaptation of the federal governance, has appealed to all Nepali and foreign countries to help in making the new development goals a grand

  • Malawi fights cholera spread using drones
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    Malawi fights cholera spread using drones

    Malawi is using drones to create maps of high risk areas to stem the spread of cholera, which has critically hit at least six districts following an outbreak in November. Matthew Bell reports.