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Jamie Foxx, John Cusack, Halsey among celebs taking to streets for George Floyd protests

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Trump tells U.S. governors to crack down on violent protests

President Donald Trump on Monday urged U.S. states to crack down on violent protests that have engulfed cities, saying officials should "dominate" and arrest people to restore order after a sixth straight night of vandalism and looting, media reported.
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Steve Smith wants balance between bat and ball

Prolific Australia batsman Steve Smith believes not being able to put saliva to shine the ball will be an added disadvantage for the bowlers once cricket resumes after the COVID-19 hiatus.

Smith on Monday said he likes to have an even contest between the bat and ball and not being able to..
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Kejriwal launches ‘Delhi Corona’ app for real-time information on availability of hospital beds

The app would also be utilised for the redressal of complaints related to refusal by hospitals to admit coronavirus positive patients
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Delhi LG allows releases of Jassica Lal murder convict Manu Sharma

Lieutenant governor of Delhi on Tuesday allowed the release of 1999 Jessica Lal murder convict Manu Sharma
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'Made in India' products should be 'Made for the world': PM Modi
Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Tuesday said India will definitely get its economic growth back as the government continues to pursue various reforms. Speaking at industry association CII's annual session, he said the government has taken tough steps to fight the coronavirus pandemic and has also..
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Police fire rubber bullets, tear gas to disperse peaceful protest near White House
Police fired tear gas and rubber bullets to disperse peaceful demonstrators near the White House on Monday as U.S. President Donald Trump vowed a massive show of force to end violent protests over the death of a black man in police custody.
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