27 January 2020


Peru votes for Congress amid battle over anti-corruption reform (1)
President Vizcarra is hoping to reduce the influence of Popular Force, the party led by disgraced lawmaker Keiko Fujimori. Popular Force has been blocking attempts at new anti-corruption laws as Fujimori awaits trial. Peruvians head to the polls on Sunday in the country's first legislative election to be held separately from a presidential ballot.
US feds, states could join forces on Google probes: report (3)
Washington (AFP) The US Justice Department and state attorneys general are meeting this week for talks on their concurrent investigations into possible anti-competitive practices by Google, the Wall Street Journal reported Sunday. The Journal said the talks could eventually lead to the two groups joining forces as their investigations progress. The Justice Department and the state attorneys general have not so far
Union HRD Minister felicitates 87 meritorious students (2)
Every year Ministry of Defence requests MHRD to invite toppers to witness the Republic Day Parade. Asian News International New Delhi January 27, 2020 UPDATED: January 27, 2020 09:30 IST Union Human Resource Development Minister Ramesh Pokhriyal 'Nishank' on Sunday felicitated 87 meritorious students from across the country here on Republic Day. The students also witnessed the Republic Day Parade in the national capital.
Indian-Americans Protest In 30 US Cities Against Citizenship Law On Republic Day (2)
In the American capital of Washington DC, more than 500 Indian Americans marched from a park near the White House to the Gandhi Statue in front of the Indian Embassy. Indians AbroadPress Trust of IndiaUpdated: January 27, 2020 07:44 IST Indian-American protesters held peaceful rallies and marches in various US cities. Washington: India's 71st Republic day celebrations in the US on Sunday were marred by
Royal Rumble 2020 predictions and schedule: Roman Reigns won't win (1)
By Joseph Staszewski Nothing stirs up WWE fans' emotions quite like the Royal Rumble. Will their favorites, such as Becky Lynch last year, get their long awaited push toward a WrestleMania main event or will WWE serve up a corporate pick and see him or her booed out of the building, like Roman Reigns was back in 2015?
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