• Alfa Romeo to become Sauber title sponsor
Alfa Romeo to become Sauber title sponsor

Alfa Romeo is part of the Fiat Chrysler group which also includes Ferrari who are Sauber's new engine suppliers. The deal will see the Sauber team renamed, becoming Alfa Romeo Sauber F1 Team , and the cars will be adorned with Alfa Romeo badges.

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  • UP: Girl accuses father, brother and uncles of gang-rape
UP: Girl accuses father, brother and uncles of gang-rape

The police has arrested all the four accused following the minor girl filed a complaint against them. "After being directed by the Allahabad High Court (on November 19), a case was registered against the accused at the Sikhera police station", said station house officer (SHO) New Mandi police station, Kushal Pal Singh.

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  • Buffon wins Serie A Best Player award By
Buffon wins Serie A Best Player award By

While grateful for the prize, Buffon was clearly still rueful after the playoff defeat to Sweden . Buffon was among a handful of senior Azzurri members to call time on their global careers following the World Cup playoff loss to Sweden, but the 39-year-old says he may well be available if his country comes calling.

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  • NBC Fires Matt Lauer After Sexual Harassment Claim
NBC Fires Matt Lauer After Sexual Harassment Claim

Lack called Lauer's actions, a "clear violation of our company's standards", NBC News reports. Last week, CBS News fired Charlie Rose after complaints from several women who worked for him. We were both woken up with the news kind of pre-dawn, and we're tying to process it and make sense of it. I will tell you, we do not know more than wh...

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  • Maggi Noodles again turns troublesome for Nestle India
Maggi Noodles again turns troublesome for Nestle India

The FMGC major stated that it appears to be a case of application of incorrect standards and that the firm will file an appeal urgently once the order is received. "We regret the confusion it may cause to consumers", the Nestle statement added. At about 9.30 am, the Nestle shares were trading 0.17 per cent or Rs 12.95 higher at Rs 7,509.40.

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  • Modi wave is diminishing; Cong will win in Gujarat: CM
Modi wave is diminishing; Cong will win in Gujarat: CM

Any other image being circulated is fabricated. "Desperate times call for desperate measures?" A media coordinator, Manoj Tyagi, apparently signed in for the group in a register meant for non-Hindus, who need special permission to visit the temple.

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  • War-crimes hearing halted as ex-Bosnian Croat general drinks 'poison'
War-crimes hearing halted as ex-Bosnian Croat general drinks 'poison'

The tribunal, which last week convicted former Bosnian Serb military chief Gen. Ratko Mladic of genocide and other crimes, was set up in 1993, while fighting still raged in the former Yugoslavia. "He is receiving all necessary medical attention", he added, after journalists saw medics carrying equipment rushing into the tribunal at The Hague.

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  • China 'to protect its businesses' after fresh U.S. trade probe
China 'to protect its businesses' after fresh U.S. trade probe

The move, announced on Tuesday, will harm the aluminum products trade between the USA and China, hurting both countries' interests, said the Ministry of Commerce in a statement. The government could retaliate by imposing punitive import duties on the Chinese aluminium. China had said it had "strong dissatisfaction" with the US decision.

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  • Dance Colleague Confirms Tikhonova Is Putin's Younger Daughter
Dance Colleague Confirms Tikhonova Is Putin's Younger Daughter

This is very similar to the fallout from the US intelligence officials accusations that the Kremlin used Russian media organizations it backs to flood social media platforms with ads to influence the elections, and under great pressure, Washington now requires Russian state broadcaster RT to register a USA -based affiliate company as a "foreign age...

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  • Cyclone kills 19 in Indonesia
Cyclone kills 19 in Indonesia

The reason is on Tuesday (11/28) tropical cyclone Cempaka was just 32 km south-southeast of Pacitan, East Java Province. In September past year nearly 30 people died in devastating floods and landslides in Garut, West Java. Thousands of homes in a total of 13 villages were flooded during the heavy rainfall. Torrential rain since Monday has ca...

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  • Ajay Devgn's onscreen son Vatsal Seth and daughter Ishita Dutta get married
Ajay Devgn's onscreen son Vatsal Seth and daughter Ishita Dutta get married

For the uninitiated, Ishita played Ajay Devgn's daughter in Drishyam . Television actor Vatsal Sheth , who is now seen in Sony TV's Haasil , has tied the knot with his longtime girlfried Ishita Dutta on Tuesday. They have worked together in a TV show titled Rishton Ka Saudagar - Baazigar in 2016. We can also spot Bollywood actor Bobby...

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  • Trump Retweets Videos Critical of Muslims Posted by Far-Right British Politician
Trump Retweets Videos Critical of Muslims Posted by Far-Right British Politician

A second titled "Muslim destroys a statue of Virgin Mary" is two years old. The group formed in 2011 as an offshoot of the far-right, fascist party - British National Party. In a separate development, Fransen was also charged over using "threatening, abusive or insulting words or behavior" during a speech she made in Belfast in Northern Ireland.

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  • Police Foil Teenagers' 'Attack' on School in Australia
Police Foil Teenagers' 'Attack' on School in Australia

The plan allegedly involved the use of firearms and explosives which police said "could have led to multiple deaths". "But at that stage it was not known whether that was rumour, innuendo, gossip and whether there was any substance at all to it", Detective Superintendent Des Bray said on Wednesday.

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  • USA tourists held for baring bums at Thai temple
USA tourists held for baring bums at Thai temple

It was not immediately clear if the men were related. The spokesman said when the couple were checking out at the counter, the online database of the Immigration Bureau alerted police that they were on the arrest watchlist. The controversial law is often used against political activists to stifle free speech online or against those accused of ins...

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  • Franken:
Franken: "This will not happen again"

Al Franken has been spotted smiling and posing for photos with a group of students in Washington DC - a day after he said he was learning from his mistakes after being hit with groping allegations. Franken faces a Senate ethics investigation, though it's unclear when that review may begin. 'I take a lot of pictures in Minnesota, thousands of pi...

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  • DOE identifies possible microgrid opportunities in Puerto Rico
DOE identifies possible microgrid opportunities in Puerto Rico

With its large Puerto Rican population, CT has taken various steps to help both residents living on the island and evacuees who've relocated to the state since Hurricane Maria hit the island two months ago. And the Boricua voice in Congress will soon suffer a further loss as Puerto Rican member and outspoken advocate, Luis Gutiérrez, D-Ill., anno...

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  • No, Christmas tree: Police warn against this kind of tree transport
No, Christmas tree: Police warn against this kind of tree transport

Sudbury, Massachusetts officers caught someone trying to make their way home with a tree that was a bit too big for their vehicle. "Must be Chevy Chase", one person wrote, in reference to the actor's famous character Clark Griswold persona in National Lampoon's Christmas Vacation .

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  • The CH will try to slow the Blue Jackets
The CH will try to slow the Blue Jackets

It is only the second regulation-time loss for the Blue Jackets against an Atlantic-Division opponent this season (7-2-1). Carolina left winger Brock McGinn tied it at 2 at 10:09 of the third period with a high blast for his sixth goal of the season.

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  • Release of Hafiz Saeed 'ridiculous', says Tulsi Gabbard
Release of Hafiz Saeed 'ridiculous', says Tulsi Gabbard

Musharraf was asked if he likes the Jamaat-ud-Dawa (JuD) chief Hafiz Saeed , he responded with a "yes" and added that he has met him. In Kashmir, it is between us and India. He said that Saeed's release confirmed once again the lack of seriousness by the Pakistan Government in bringing to justice perpetrators of terrorism, including individuals an...

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  • Gunman detained after opening fire in downtown Reno
Gunman detained after opening fire in downtown Reno

Authorities were able to talk with the suspect and negotiate with him so that no one was injured. The medical condition of the hostage nor the relation to the shooter has been released. There have not been any confirmed injuries or deaths. Residents are urged to avoid the area. Police cars and ambulances had surrounded the building, it added.

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  • Poker cage at Bellagio robbed; suspect sought
Poker cage at Bellagio robbed; suspect sought

Bellagio staff were fantastic. Described as being a white male wearing a mask and wig the suspect approached a cage with a handgun, demanding an unspecified amount of money at 3.45pm. Nobody even realized it was happening. But that person was said to not have cooperated with the suspect and helped police instead. "Excellent staff, cool under pr...

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  • One person dead, others trapped after Blue Mountains track collapse
One person dead, others trapped after Blue Mountains track collapse

NSW Ambulance confirmed one person has been killed and two others have been injured. Special operations team paramedics are also on the scene. Due to the remote location of the landslide it took rescuers some time to reach the site. NSW Police are also at the scene, where a command post has been established. Members of the public are asked to...

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  • Victoria becomes first state to legalise assisted dying as parliament passes bill
Victoria becomes first state to legalise assisted dying as parliament passes bill

The government-led, amended bill passed the Legislative Assembly after more than 100 hours of debate across both houses, including several overnight sittings. Assisted suicide is illegal in most countries around the world and until now had been banned in Australia, although it was legal for a time in the Northern Territory before the law was overtu...

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  • Australia Senate approves same-sex marriage bill
Australia Senate approves same-sex marriage bill

Mr Broad said the government should have tried to build more religious exemptions into the bill from the beginning, rather than allowing the amendments to fail on the floor of the Senate. She also blasted former Prime Minister John Howard's move in 2004 to change the Marriage Act to specifically make marriage between a man and a woman, which she ca...

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  • Hariri: Hezbollah must remain neutral to ensure Lebanon moves forward
Hariri: Hezbollah must remain neutral to ensure Lebanon moves forward

On Nov. 25, Hariri said he would not accept Hizbullah's positions that "affect our Arab brothers or target the security and stability of their countries". Hariri, in an interview with French broadcaster CNews, said he would finalize his resignation if Hizbullah and Iran do not agree to re-balance Lebanon's political configuration.

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