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BJP's Tamiyo Taga all set to join Pema Khandu led PPA govt in Arunachal Pradesh

The Bharatiya Janata Party's (BJP) MLA Tamiyo Taga is all set to join the Pema Khandu led People's Party of Arunachal Pradesh (PPA) government in Arunachal Pradesh.

According to reports, the BJP's state president for Arunachal Pradesh has confirmed that Tamiyo Taga will be inducted as the minister. The development comes just a month after Congress government in Arunachal Pradesh dealt with a massive blow with he 45 out of 46 Congress lawmakers have quitting the party.

Back in September, Congress leaders including Arunachal Pradesh Chief Minister Pema Khandu are quit the Congress party and joined the People's Party of Arunachal Pradesh.

India, Russia to sign multi-billion dollar deal on S-400 air defence missile systems

PM Modi to inaugurate war memorial- Shaurya Samarak, in Bhopal today

Prime Minister Narendra Modi on 14 October will arrive in Bhopal this evening, where he will inaugurate the newly built war memorial- Shaurya Samarak and address a meeting of ex-servicemen at Lal Pared ground.

Defense Minister Manohar Parrikar will accompany the Prime Minister, who will also call on Jain seer Acharyashri Vidhya Sagar Maharaj, who is staying in Bhopal during Chaaturmas.

The Shaurya Samarak is an imaginative and colourful presentation of valour of Indian forces and a tribute to the martyrs.

The Samarak has been built on an about 13 acres campus at a cost of 41 crore rupees and various stages of life, war, death and victory over death have been displayed here.

Trump's 'sexually predatory behaviour' is 'frightening': Michelle Obama

US First Lady Michelle Obama on 13 October took on Republican Presidential nominee Donald Trump at at a Hillary Clinton campaign event in Machester terming his outrageous remarks about women as "disgraceful" and "intolerable."

Asserting that Trump's behaviour had "shaken" her to the core, Michelle Obama said that She could not believe that a nominee for the president of the United States had bragged about sexually assaulting women and that it was "frightening".

"This was not just a lewd conversation. This wasn't just locker room banter. This was a powerful individual speaking freely and openly about sexually predatory behavior. And actually bragging about kissing and groping women," Michelle Obama said.

US polls 2016: Donald Trump terms sexual assault allegations as 'absolutely false'

The Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump has dismissed all the allegation of sexual assault terming them as "absolutely false" in Florida on 13 October.

Two women, reportedly, accused Trump of sexual assault. Jessica Leeds, 74, accused the businessman of groping her on a plane while Rachel Crooks alleged the Republican nominee kissed her outside an elevator in Trump Tower when she was a 22-year-old receptionist in 2005.

Addressing a gathering in Florida's West Palm Beach, Trump termed the women, who accused him of sexual misconduct, as "horrible liars".

The Republican candidate has claimed that he has evidence to prove that the accusations are false and that he would release that at the "appropriate time".

3D model show universe is phenomenally larger

The universe is a whole lot larger than scientists previously thought. A 3D model based on 20 years of Hubble Space Telescope images has thrown up the incredible finding that the universe is home to at least 20 trillion galaxies. The staggering figure is at least 20 times larger than previous estimates. According to Christopher Conselice, the lead scientist on the study, this means that at least 90% of the galaxies in our universe have not been studied.

Plans finalised for Vesuvius evacuation

Mount Vesuvius is famous as the volcano that destroyed the Roman city of Pompeii. However, not only is it still active but today, it's at critical risk of erupting. This comes after a report showed that while 600-700 thousand people are critically endangered by the volcano, even an eruption far smaller than the Pompeii-destroying explosion could affect over a million more. The plans that have thus far been drawn up are for the evacuation of 600,000 people in 72 hours.

Children show built-in AIDS resistance

Doctors monitoring the children of mothers with AIDS in South Africa have just made a startling discovery - a small group of children harbour HIV in their blood but are resistant to it and will never be at risk from it. The speculated reason for it is even more amazing, it's because their immune response to the disease was poor. This means that there are fewer immune cells to destroy. The children also have lower levels of an immune cell receptor protein - CCR5, which HIV normally uses to enter and destroy immune cells.

World's most dangerous countries

A list of the world's most dangerous countries put out by the World Economic Forum as part of the Global Travel and Tourism Report has found Pakistan to be the 4th most dangerous country in the world. India, meanwhile, is 15th from the bottom. Europe was the safest continent, with Finland the world's safest country while Nigeria was the world's most dangerous.