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10th July Current Affairs

International News

Colombia rejects guerrilla leader’s extradition to US

Colombian government has declined to return a guerrilla leader of the armed National Liberation Army (ELN) group to the US, the media stated on Friday.

US welcomes Modi, Sharif meeting to reduce tensions

US has welcomed the forthcoming meeting between Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi and his Pakistani corresponding person Nawaz Sharif saying that a augment in tensions in the regions was in nobody’s interest.

South Carolina set to bring down slavery era flag

One hundred and fifty years after the end of the American Civil War, South Carolina, the first state to separate from the union, is set to banish the rebel associate battle flag from the grounds of the State House.

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Ed Sheeran pens 50 songs for new album

Los Angeles, July 10 (IANS) British singer Ed Sheeran say he has written “50 songs” for his third album.

Trinidad court postpones hearing on ex-FIFA official Warner

Port-of-Spain (Trinidad), July 10 (IANS) A judge in Trinidad and Tobago has delayed a hearing in the case against former FIFA vice president Jack Warner until July 27.

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Rahul Gandhi attacks PM Modi on Vyapam, Lalitgate

Congress vice president Rahul Gandhi has attack on India PM Narendra Modi on the Vyapam scam and the Lalitgate argument, urging him to break his silence on both issues.

RSS temple destruction stir bottlenecks Jaipur roads

VEHICULAR traffic on all the major roads of Jaipur, together with the national highways, was interrupt on Thursday following a two-hour long chakka jam (traffic blockade) called by the Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh (RSS) and its associated bodies under the banner of the Mandir Bachao Sangharsh Samiti (MBSS).

AAP MLA arrested in land fraud case

DELHI Police on Thursday arrested Aam Aadmi Party’s Kondli MLA, Manoj Kumar, for supposedly striking a deal of land sale on the basis of fake credentials and taking cash amount of `600,000 from the complainant.

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In first direct salvo, body close to Sangh is set to challenge in SC the little-known Article 35A, the soul of Article 370

Gay couples in Chile sign up for first civil unions

Gay couples assemble to civil registries in Chile on Thursday to choose a time to rejoice the first same-sex civil unions since their historic approval earlier this year.

Food politics hits India’s most malnourished children

 Clutching tattered metal plates, the children remained patiently in a remote central Indian village for the two small flat pieces of bread and scoop of boiled potato curry that would be their only full meal that day.

PM Modi should raise issue of ceasefire violations with Sharif: Congress

Former union minister and Congress leader RPN Singh on Thursday said that PM Narendra Modi should elevate the matter of cessation of hostilities desecration and the terrorist groups on which Islamabad has declineD to take action for the duration of the meeting with his Pakistani counterpart Nawaz Sharif.

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Business News

Gold pushes above 4-month low as euro climbs on Greece hopes

Gold level higher on Friday, touching further away from a four-month low down, as the euro increased on symbols of progress in debt-hit Greece’s efforts to secure fresh funding.

China stocks jump again after Beijing put floor under market

Chinese stocks rose sturdily for a second day on Friday, marker by a barrage of government support actions, but worries persist about the long-term impact that four weeks of stock market turmoil may have on the world’s second-leading  economy.

Carmakers to tech partners: Keep your hands off our data

Carmakers are preventive the data they allocate with technology partners Apple Inc and Google Inc during new systems that link smartphones to motor vehicle infotainment systems, defending access to information about what drivers do in their cars.

Oil prices rise on China stocks rebound, Greek deal hopes

Oil prices increased on Friday on hopes that the Greek debt crisis could be determined and as Chinese stocks returned, but market analyst said bigger jumps were doubtfully as global crude production continued high.

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