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Andhra Pradesh Chief Minister N. Chandrababu Naidu on Friday targeted BJP for using the office of the Governor for the political benefits.
A 45-year old woman was today mauled to death by a leopard which strayed into residential quarters of a tea estate in hilly Valparai near here, police said.
Kailasavathi was washing clothes this evening when the leopard suddenly appeared and attacked her at Kanchamala estate.
The animal grabbed her by the neck, resulting in her immediate death, police said.
As neighbours rushed out on hearing the commotion, the leopard ran away from there.
This is the second attack by a leopard in Valparai region since yesterday.
A woman was injured in an attack by a leopard last night in another estate. She is undergoing treatment at a government hospital.
Local residents demanded that the forest department take steps to trap the animals.
US President Donald Trump stepped up his offensive today against Robert Mueller’s investigation into Russian election meddling, declaring it “totally discredited” following the release of a watchdog report documenting failings by the FBI.
The long-awaited report faulted the FBI and its former director James Comey over the handling of the Hillary Clinton email probe in 2016 — and concluded that two agents working under Comey showed a “willingness to take official action to impact” Trump’s election chances.
Trump seized on the findings of the Justice Department Inspector General, claiming the report provides evidence of deep bias against him at the FBI, and “exonerates” him from allegations of collusion with Moscow and obstruction of justice.
“I did nothing wrong, there was no obstruction. The IG report yesterday went a long way to show that and I think that the Mueller investigation has been totally discredited,” Trump told journalists at the White House.
Trump has repeatedly assailed
President Donald Trump ignited eleventh-hour confusion today over Republican efforts to push immigration through the House next week, saying he won’t sign a “moderate” package.
A top House Republican said the chamber would not tackle the issue without Trump’s backing.
The tumult erupted days before GOP leaders planned campaign-season votes on a pair of Republican bills: a hard-right proposal and a middle-ground plan negotiated by the party’s conservative and moderate wings.
House Speaker Paul Ryan has said that Trump backs the compromise plan. GOP aides said Trump’s remark caught party leaders off-guard, and White House officials did not immediately respond to requests to clarify the president’s comment.
Many Republicans view roll calls on the bills to be a crucial election-year statement to voters on where they stand on immigration. While the conservative measure is seen as virtually certain to lose, party leaders have nurtured hopes that the compromise bill could pass.
But Trump’s ..