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Donald Trump nominates Indian-American Ajit Pai to serve second term as FCC President

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US President Donald Trump has nominated Indian-American Ajit Pai to serve another term on the powerful Federal Communications Commission. Pai is the Chairman of the Federal Communications Commission (FCC). Donald Trump FCC Chairman was appointed in January 2017. He had previously served as Commissioner at the FCC, appointed by then-President Barack Obama and confirmed unanimously …

Donald Trump Immigration act excludes Iraq from the ban list, executive order still faces legal challenges

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US President Donald Trump immigration ban was revised, and a new set of orders were releases which excluded Iraq from the ban list. The new nation refugee program will be suspended for 120 days which has a new clause for accepting not more than 50,000 refugees in a year cutting down the limit from 110,000 …

ISIS attack on Pakistan killed 70, dozens injured after suicide bomber blew itself

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Over 70 people killed and several injured after a suicide bomber suspected to be an ISIS member blew himself in the crowded shrine of idolized Sufi Lal Shahbaz Qalandar in Sehwan town , approx 200 kms northeast of Karachi. ISIS attack on Pakistan has created a situation of emergency and panic in the country. According to the …

Grammy Awards 2017: Adele and Beyonce set stage on fire, Grammy winners list

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59th Grammy Awards was held on February 12, 2017 on the Staples Center in Los Angeles. Grammy awards 2017 was sweeped by Adele and Beyonce, with Adele winning awards in all top three categories and Beyonce making her first public appearance after announcing her pregnancy, won awards in two categories. Adele won all five Grammys for which …

US condemns Kabul terror attack, reaffirms its commitment

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The Trump administration has condemned the US kabul terror attack and has reaffirmed its commitment to bring stability to the war-torn country. US defence secretary James Mattis called Afghan President Ashraf Ghani and condoled the death of 19 people who were killed in a suicide attack at the Supreme Court in the Afghan capital of Kabul, …