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Dana Milbank: A deep dive into Trump's elaborate fantasyland

WASHINGTON • Here's one genuine achievement of the Trump administration's first 100 days: The president, it seems, has come to realize he is in over his head. "This is more work than in my previous life. I thought it would be easier," he told Reuters in an interview this week. "I do miss my old life.

CM Devendra Fadnavis to inaugurate first auto weather stations project today

NAGPUR:The state government will launch Mahawed — 2,065 automatic weather stations project — from the district on Sunday. The state's agriculture department will get real time weather data in every 10 minutes from the project that to help in preventing from agriculture damage and also rise production.

Infighting won't hamper BSY's CM prospects

BENGALURU: The 2019 Lok Sabha polls are a blessing in disguise for state BJP president B S Yeddyurappa , as the central leadership's decision to anoint him the chief ministerial candidate for the Karnataka assembly polls in 2018 will cushion him from political storms within the party.

2 suspects in Kodanad murder meet with`accidents',one dies

COIMBATORE- SALEM: Mystery deepened over the April 24 killing of a security guard at late chief minister J Jayalalithaa 's Kodanad estate, after two men suspected of being involved in the incident met with separate road `accidents', resulting in the death of one of them.

Govt hospitals in rural areas to get Indira Amma canteens

BENGALURU: The positive response to its proposal of opening Indira Canteens -eateries envisaged to offer food at subsidized prices to the poor - in Bengaluru has spurred the state government to expedite the process of launching these affordable canteens in rural areas as well.

Find every variety of mango on this one-km stretch

BENGALURU: The annual mela on Jayamahal main road draws customers from all over the city. The mela dates back to the 1960s, and on sale, in the yellow and green stalls , are more than 50 varieties of mangoes from across the country. Every year, from April to June, Jayamahal main road, near the TV....

Man dies, 2 serious after suicide bid at Yavatmal collector office

YAVATMAL: One man died and his two nephews are serious after they consumed a at the district collector 's office here on Thursday in connection with a land dispute. Kundan Gautam (44) succumbed on Saturday, while his nephews, Ashish and Umesh Gautam, are battling for their life at Government Medical College here.

For 22 years, these rain harvesters are doing without BWSSB water

BENGALURU: Every time the skies open up, this couple rushes to the sump. Listening to the pitter-patter of the rain water entering the sump from the terrace, they beam. That's the urban legend scientist A R Shivakumar and his wife Suma have spun by not going in for piped water supply for 22 years.

The Latest: A salute to First Amendment and jibes for Trump

The Latest on the White House Correspondents' Association dinner and the competing event organized by late-night TV star Samantha Bee (all times EDT): 11:15 p.m. The First Amendment has been getting plenty of praise from prominent Washington journalists attending the White House Correspondents' Dinner.

Nursing students' real-life experiences are vital

QUINCY -- Kim Gray has always appreciated the approach taken at Blessing-Rieman College of Nursing and Health Sciences. "(Blessing-Rieman) is always on the cutting edge," she said. Gray should know. She's one of the reasons. Gray, a 1989 graduate of the college, is a clinical instructor who....

Donald Trump says China pressuring North Korea on missile, nukes

President Donald Trump said in an television interview to be aired today that he believes China’s president has been putting pressure on North Korea as it pursues its missile and nuclear weapons programs. In an interview with CBS’ “Face the Nation,” Trump said he won’t be happy if North Korea....

Outsource government services, bring in private sector talent: Niti Aayog

Policy think-tank Niti Aayog has suggested outsourcing of public services to private hands in order to reduce dependence on the government administrative machinery. It has also recommended induction of specialists into the governance system through lateral entry, a move which, it says, will bring “competition to the established career bureaucracy”....

PM Narendra Modi's space diplomacy puts India into new orbit

India is carving a very unique place in the universe, this week New Delhi will ‘gift’ a heavyweight bird in the sky to its neighbours through the ‘South Asia Satellite’. (PTI) India embarks on space diplomacy like never before. For the first time, New Delhi is flexing its prowess of space....

Chhattisgarh: ROP duties suspended in Maoist-affected areas

Following the Sukma incident, wherein as many as 25 Central Reserve Police Force (CRPF) personnel were killed in the encounter with the Maoists, all Road Opening Party (ROP) duties of the security forces’ personnel in Maoist-affected areas has been suspended for two weeks.

ASEAN gives Beijing a pass on South China Sea dispute, cites 'improving cooperation'

Southeast Asian leaders took a softer stance on disputes in the South China Sea during a summit that ended on Saturday, avoiding tacit references to China’s building and arming of its manmade islands, according to the chairman’s statement. A final statement of the Association of South East Asian....

Health Minister JP Nadda announces National Health Policy 2017

Union Minister of Health and Family Welfare JP Nadda on Saturday announced the National Health Policy 2017 as one of the many progressive strides being made by the country, adding it was one of the several long due activities that had fructified under the NDA Government’s mandate of ‘sabka saath,....

The Latest: A salute to First Amendment and jibes for Trump

WASHINGTON (AP) — The Latest on the White House Correspondents' Association dinner and the competing event organized by late-night TV star Samantha Bee (all times EDT): 11:15 p.m. The First Amendment has been getting plenty of praise from prominent Washington journalists attending the White House Correspondents' Dinner.

Aussies oppose fracking but govt wants it

Most Australians support bans on new unconventional gas exploration but the federal government has told the states to "get off their backsides" and end them. More than twice as many Australians support moratoriums on fracking (56 per cent) than those who oppose them (20 per cent), according to an....

Good or bad debt has to be repaid:Bernardi

Crossbench senator Cory Bernardi is sceptical about the Turnbull government's new approach to debt, saying whether it is good or bad, it has to be repaid. Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull and Treasurer Scott Morrison went to great lengths last week to explain how debt in the future will be classified as "good and "bad" debt.

May Day: Labour Minister Salutes Workers’ Resilience

The minister of labour and employment, Sen. Chris Nwabueze Ngige, has saluted the resilience of the Nigerian workers and hope for a better future in the face of the current economic challenges facing the country. The minister, in a message to the workers on the occasion marking the 2017 May Day....

NGO Converses For Only Female Teachers In All Girls’ Schools In Bauchi

A non-governmental organization based in Bauchi, Fahimta Women and Youths Development Initiative (FAWOYDI), has appealed to the Bauchi state governor, Mohammed Abdullahi Abubakar, to intervene in the girl-child education in the state and bar male teachers from teaching in all boarding female schools in the state.

Police, Senate And Budget Palaver

Unfolding events between the Nigeria Police Force and the Senate casts doubt over the timely passage of the 2017 budget. But there are implications for an economy in recession, writes EMAMEH GABRIEL. Few days to the expiration of the 2016 budget, the rising hope following the early passage of the....

Fighting Corruption In A Recession

by Denja Yaqub The current economic crisis, an exposé on the predicted disabilities and inhuman dispositions of neo liberal policies, especially its role in developing economies just as it is in all sectors, seem to be one that will ignite, if it has not already ignited a revolt that will sure upturn global fortunes for the better.

Kaduna State An Example To Follow

After the series on national security I return this week to continue the analysis of the states under a measurement tool I created and termed State Transparency Index. The Index is designed to evaluate the federal and state governments along four dimensions, through online search only, on key areas of governance.

Nigeria And The IMF Meetings

The just concluded Spring Meetings of the International Monetary Fund (IMF) provided the Nigerian delegation an immeasurable opportunity to interface with leaders of the Bretton Woods institutions – The World Bank Group and the IMF itself. It was also a venue for bilateral meetings with the Japanese....

Full Statement: Jonathan Moyo sues Mnangagwa, ZACC, Charamba, Zimpapers

The Zimbabwe Anti Corruption Commission (“ZACC”) is established as an independent commission in terms of Section 254 and 256. The independence of ZACC means that in the exercise of its Constitutional and statutory function, it is independent and not subject to the direction and control of anyone.

Zimbabwe politicians too egocentric, love nice cars – US Envoy

HARARE— Panelists discussing the state of Zimbabwe’s democracy and economic development at an event hosted by the Washington Based think tank, National Endowment for Democracy (NED), expressed cautious optimism, of the country’s future. Part of the audience which attended the panel discussion on....

Khaya-Moyo Having Torrid Time

EARLY two years after the ruling ZANU-PF launched the Zimbabwe Agenda for Sustainable Socio-Economic Transformation (Zim-Asset), the much-celebrated economic blueprint is yet to produce any tangible results for the ordinary man on the street. Ray Ndlovu & Andrew Kunambura.

Foxconn Technology : The Taiwanese Foxconn in investment talks with United States government

Taipei Apr 30 (EFE).- Taiwanese electronics giant Foxconn , originally founded as Hon Hai Precision Industry Co. , maker of Apple iPhones, announced that it is in talks with the United States government to boost investment in that country. The world's largest maker of electronic products for....

China Official Nonmanufacturing PMI 54.0 in April Vs. 55.1 in March

BEIJING--China's official nonmanufacturing purchasing managers index, a measure of activity outside factory gates, fell to 54.0 in April from 55.1 in March, the National Bureau of Statistics said Sunday. A reading above 50 indicates an expansion, while a figure below that level indicates a contraction.

China-made large amphibious aircraft finishes first glide test

China's large amphibious aircraft AG600 on Saturday successfully conducted its first glide test in the southern Chinese city of Zhuhai as it is preparing for its maiden flight. Other tests and check-ups are under way, according to the China Aviation Industry General Aircraft Co., Ltd.
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