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Kerala: A Hindu couple tied knot at Cheruvally Muslim Jamaat mosque in Alappuzha's Kayamkulam, today. After the girl's mother was unable to raise money for the wedding, the mosque committee decided to help her and the marriage was performed as per Hindu rituals.

A 104-year-old US Marine Corps veteran who served in World War II is asking people to send him cards for Valentine's Day

Harry and Meghan give up royal titles as "no longer working members" of royal family

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@TheRevAl : "Even after you won the unpopular vote, you continued to let your inferiority complex get the best of you, making it your personal mission to undo as much of President Obama's legacy as possible."

Critical thinking in teaching, 2019. 1. Finland 2. Denmark 3. Netherlands 9. US 10. Germany 11. Australia 12. Canada 14. UK 25. China 27. Saudi 29. Indonesia 36. France 43. Russia 53. Italy 55. India 83. Spain 87. Japan 95. S Africa 103. Mexico 126. Brazil 134. Turkey (WEF)

Can report former #Houston  QB D’eriq King has told Miami coaches he has chosen UM and will begin classes Tuesday

WATCH: South Africa’s Cape Town is using plastic bottles as building bricks to manage non-recyclable waste. Ecobricks, bricks made from stuffed plastic bottles, emerges as an innovative way of managing non-recyclable waste

Series of quakes rock Batangas, strongest at magnitude 4.2

America is going to compete with China for the bulk of the 21st century--but it will have to do so wisely, enlisting allies and trying to keep the competition within the international system. My take:


Scoops of the Day

Police fire tear gas to disperse thousands of anti-government protesters in Hong Kong

Capt. Chelsey "Sully" Sullenberger defends Joe Biden after Lara Trump mocks his stutter

The unprecedented snowfall in St. John's buried countless cars overnight, including this one. #NLStorm2020 

Sweden summons Chinese ambassador over threats to media

The government can’t airbrush history or erase women’s bodies from it. It is the job of the National Archives to document history, not alter it to serve the president’s ego.

Dissent is and always will be patrotic. #WomensMarch 

#WATCH Union Minister Pratap Sarangi in Surat, Gujarat: Those who do not accept Vande Mataram have no right to live in India. (18.01.2020)

We have already fact checked this. Biden’s record on Social Security is not fuzzy. It’s quite clear and consistent:


Scoops of the Week

"It wasn't a question of his being worth it. The Constitution was worth it. He had to be impeached." Watch@NancyPelosi 's message for @realDonaldTrumpn  : #RealTime 

Van Jones: “There was nothing I saw tonight that would be able to take Donald Trump out.”

A fundamental question is: Are Americans comfortable with this? And, in the same vein, does partisanship trump all else?

What happened to an overworked doctor at a hospital in China

Ratan Tata at foundation stone laying ceremony of Indian Institute of Skills in Gandhinagar,Gujarat: Our Prime Minister,Home Minister&other members of govt have a vision for India. One can only be proud of what we have&support the govt that is as visionary as this govt has been.

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Jeremy Bash: "The key question for Devin Nunes is: 'If the what the president did here was fine ... if it was lawful, why are you so eager to cover it up? Why are you lying about it in plain sight?'"

This French chef in The Times has produced the most French chef quote imaginable

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Most dangerous places to live, 2019. 1. Brazil 2. South Africa 3. Nigeria 4. Argentina 5. India 6. Peru 7. Kenya 8. Ukraine 9. Turkey 10. Colombia 11. Mexico 12. UK 13. Egypt 14. Philippines 15. Italy 16. US 17. Indonesia 18. Greece 19. Kuwait 20. Thailand (InterNations)

The US national archives - the supposed official record and repository of the nation - is now blurring and censoring historic moments? erasing/editing history to appease the powerful or placate the easily offended. History is what it is.