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AAP fudged proof of donations: Mishra

AAP fudged proof of donations: Mishra

He also retweeted a letter from an unnamed AAP worker's mother to Mishra's mother Annapurna Mishra, a former BJP mayor of East Delhi, asking her how she could hand over her son to Kejriwal whom her party considered corrupt and anti-national.



G7 nations to agree joint fight against cyber attacks: draft

President Donald Trump's economic policies on taxation and trade as well as to look for ways to promote growth, combat terrorist financing and stop tax avoidance by major corporations. Populist anger at trade, globalization and manufacturing job losses fueled Trump's ascent to the US presidency, played a role in Britain's decision to exit the European Union, and propelled an antiglobalism candidate into the French presidential runoff vote earlier this month.



82 released Chibok schoolgirls arrive in Nigerian capital

They were often forced to "marry" to one of the militants while in captivity and now want to return to their husbands. Of the 276 girls originally snatched in April 2014, 113 are still held captive. The young women are joining those released earlier in government care in Abuja, where they are undergoing medical screening that will take a couple of weeks, Ms Alhassan said.


Nearly Half of Voters Think Congress Should Run With Trump's Tax Outline

Nearly Half of Voters Think Congress Should Run With Trump's Tax Outline

There's been no increase in the federal motor fuel tax since 1993. Wisconsin has faced similar challenges with long-term transportation funding. Democrats typically champion infrastructure investments, but have shown little appetite to cooperate with the Republican president, while Trump's own party historically has opposed the spending or tax hikes needed to fund road and bridge repairs.


Crude Oil Bearish After EIA Inventory Report

Crude Oil Bearish After EIA Inventory Report

After a sharp drop, oil prices saw a rebound with Brent trading at $48.61 per barrel and WTI rising to $45.87. The Organization of the Petroleum Exporting Countries, together with major rivals such as Russian Federation and Oman, announced on November 30 that they would cut oil output for the first six months of this year to eat into a vast global overhang of unused crude.