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Delhi Policemen Seen Singing Songs With Radhe Maa at GTB Enclave

Delhi Policemen Seen Singing Songs With Radhe Maa at GTB Enclave

Deputy Commissioner of Police (Shahdara) Nupur Prasad said, "The seat of an SHO comes with responsibility". The Station House Officer of Vivek Vihar, Sunjoy Sharma , welcomed her and offered her his chair at the police station. The policeman, probably the SHO was seen holding his hands beside her, as per a photograph shared the news agency ANI . During this entire time, the police station was resonated with the sound of "Radhe, Radhe". Read More

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OECD revises up Japan's 2018 growth forecast to 1.2 percent

OECD revises up Japan's 2018 growth forecast to 1.2 percent

Mann. Still in Europe, the United Kingdom growth forecast for this year and next were left unchanged at 1.6% and 1%, respectively. Growth in Japan is expected to be 1.6 per cent this year and 1.2 per cent next year. In its latest interim economic outlook the OECD warned the long period of low interest rates has boosted house prices and created financial distortions that will be "testing to resolve". Read More

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European Union top court orders reexamination of Intel antitrust fine

European Union top court orders reexamination of Intel antitrust fine

The Court of Justice ruled that the lower court had failed to examine "whether the rebates at issue were capable of restricting competition". The Commission had imposed the fine in May 2009 claiming that the U.S. In June the Commission hit Google with a €2.4bn fine over its online shopping services. "The Court therefore sets aside the judgment of the General Court as a result of that failure", the ECJ said on Wednesday. Read More

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Suu Kyi: Terrorists are to blame

Suu Kyi: Terrorists are to blame

They also called for setting up a special fund to help the Rohingya seeking refuge in Bangladesh, suspending diplomatic relations with Myanmar, boycotting Myanmarese goods, and to contact the OIC and the United Nations to find an immediate solution to the problem. Read More

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Dera verdict: Mobile internet ban to continue in Punjab till Tuesday

Dera verdict: Mobile internet ban to continue in Punjab till Tuesday

Forty-five of the total 250-odd people injured in that violence were from Punjab , he further disclosed, citing data received from Haryana so far. It was a mistake to allow people to converge on Panchkula. In Punjab , two columns each Mansa and Malaut are deployed to maintain law and order. The situation in Haryana was assessed at present to be under control, though it is being carefully monitored. Read More

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US State Department Refuses to Endorse Two-State Solution

US State Department Refuses to Endorse Two-State Solution

On the eve of the visit, Palestinian Authority President Mahmoud Abbas said that he still does not understand what is the USA strategy regarding this effort that is ongoing. "If the USA team doesn't bring answers to our questions this time, we are going to look into our options because the status quo is not working for our interests", said Ahmad Majdalani, an aide to Abbas. Read More

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National Football League commissioner Roger Goodell close to receiving contract extension through 2024

National Football League commissioner Roger Goodell close to receiving contract extension through 2024

The agreement contains similar terms to Goodell's current deal in terms of compensation, with a multi-million dollar base salary and bonus awarded by the league's 32 owners, according to Sports Business Journal reporter Daniel Kaplan. Of course, we'd imagine the 40-year-old QB has many private opinions about the commish - it was Goodell, after all, who initially punished Brady for his role in Deflategate and invoked Article 46 to help ensure his four-game suspension stood. Read More

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Five Die While Using Obesity Devices, FDA Says

Five Die While Using Obesity Devices, FDA Says

The procedure, which is FDA-approved, involves inserting one or two silicone balloons into the stomach through the mouth and filling them with liquid until they are about the size of a grapefruit . The use of the balloon is complemented with counseling and nutritional support or advice. In the product's package insert, there have been 21 deaths in ORBERA patients in the period from January 1, 2006 through March 31, 2017, out of more than 277K devices distributed during the same period, ... Read More

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A 9/11 Victim Has Been Identified 16 Years After the Attacks

A 9/11 Victim Has Been Identified 16 Years After the Attacks

The medical examiner's office identified the remains through DNA testing . Many of those who died in the September 11 terrorist attacks at the World Trade Centre in 2001 have not been identified. New, more delicate DNA innovation was sent not long ago and helped make the most recent recognizable proof after prior testing created no outcomes, the restorative analyst's office said. Read More

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Drinking red wine regularly reduces risk of diabetes

Drinking red wine regularly reduces risk of diabetes

Scientists studied data on 70,551 men and women who took part in a Danish survey. Many of us drink the occasional glass of wine to disconnect our brain at the end of the day. "Therefore the relationship between red wine and health can be explained by a healthier life style of people who drink in a disciplined manner, by unhealthy effects of non-alcoholic beverages such as soda or juices, or both". Read More

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E-cigarette vaping really does help you quit smoking, study claims

E-cigarette vaping really does help you quit smoking, study claims

Steven Schroeder, a physician and tobacco researcher at the University of California, San Francisco. The rate of people quitting smoking in the USA has remained steady at about 4.5 per cent for years. A parliamentary inquiry aimed at reducing red-tape is expected later this year to deliver a report which will deal with the issue of electronic cigarettes and the sale of nicotine liquids. Read More

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On the fightback against Aids

On the fightback against Aids

Overall in East and Southern Africa, 76% of people living with HIV know their status, 79% have access to treatment, and 83% have undetectable levels of HIV. As a result, more people in what had been some of the worst affected countries, are now living longer. Once a threshold of 10 percent is reached, the World Health Organization recommends countries urgently review their HIV treatment programs and switch to different drug regimens to limit the spread of resistance. Read More

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At least 20 Yemeni civilians killed in airstrike, UN says

At least 20 Yemeni civilians killed in airstrike, UN says

The Saudi-led coalition, which is backing Yemen government forces fighting the Iran-allied Houthi rebels, prevented the United Nations flight from departing Djibouti on Tuesday because the journalists were due to travel. Dr Abdullah al-Rabeeah, a former Saudi minister and now head of the country's state aid agency, told The Independent "there is no intention whatsoever to bombard or kill civilians". Read More

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Storms to begin, end your Thursday

Storms to begin, end your Thursday

The Omaha area now is at a slight risk for severe weather tonight, she said. A few storms are possible in northwestern Oklahoma late this afternoon and evening. Scattered storms should form by mid-afternoon across these areas, with large-scale lift aided by an approaching mid-level trough over Montana. Temperatures Thursday will rise into the low- to mid-80s, but high humidity values will make it feel more like it's in the low-90s. Read More

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