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Aditi lies tied-36th in ANA Inspiration

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Wie enters the year's first major as the world number 13. "I don't know if I would say it's a relief", Thompson said. "I just got really dizzy". I don't know why or how. But never before has Wie arrived at this point of the season with an LPGA victory already in her pocket. A visit with her coach, Ted Oh, early this week proved fruitful. Read More »

Judge orders "Coffee can cause cancer" warning on cups and packets

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A Californian judge has passed orders that Starbucks and other coffee making companies should carry a warning about the cancer hazard on cups and packagings. "I firmly believe if the potato chip industry can do it, so can the coffee industry", said Raphael Metzger said, the AP reported. Companies that sell products in California containing these ingredients are mandated to warn customers that they are linked to these health risks. Read More »

Scientists Finally Cracked Why Our Knuckles Pop and Crack

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So instead, the researchers developed a mathematical model to describe exactly what happens in a joint as it pops. "The sound that is generated when one cracks his or her knuckles is due to the partial collapse of a cavitation bubble that's in the fluid in the joint", explained Abdul Barakat , a professor at the Ecole Polytechnique . Read More »

Australian ball tampering move likely not a one-off, says Proteas captain

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Steven Smith openly came clean at a press conference held after the third day's play and admitted that the Australian camp had discussed and devised a plot to tamper with the condition of the ball and gain an unfair advantage as they saw themselves staring down the barrel on day three as South Africa made merry and piled on the runs. Read More »

Buhari, Alaafin of Oyo, Ooni of Ife, others arrive at Tinubu's colloquium

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Tinubu said this on Thursday, in Lagos during a colloquium organised to mark his 66th birthday celebration. The PDP recently tendered an unreserved apology to Nigerians for not living up to expectations in the 16 years preceding 2015. Buhari, who earlier commissioned the Ikeja Bus Terminal created to handle 200,000 passengers daily, said that the administration would continue to invest in social programmes, including school feeding and agriculture. Read More »

Postcard News founder arrested for spreading fake news targeting Muslim youth

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The arrest came after a leader of the state's ruling Congress filed a complaint against the Postcard News and its founder. Based upon the prima facie evidence, the police booked Hegde under IPC sections 153a (wantonly giving provocation with the intent to cause riot), 34 (common intention) and 120b (for criminal conspiracy), and section 66 (dishonest act) of the Information Technology Act. Read More »

Ronda Rousey and Mike Golic have painfully awkward interview

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So all she could muster at first was an "um...", followed by an awkward pause. Golic , taken aback, then asked her if there could be a point in time when she returns to the sport. "I experience a lot of people who quote (makes air quotes gesture) "some people" who are really just afraid to state their own opinion." Yes, Rousey thought Golic was asking her about time travel. Read More »

SSC paper leak: four arrested

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As per reports, the accused used to help the SSC candidate via software installed in computers.An FIR has been registered against the accused at Timarpur police station. AS per details by the Police, the members had started their venture by setting up dummy candidates in written exams. According to the police, this gang was helping 100-150 students in cheating during of SSC in every exam. Read More »

Oswego County Woman Accused of Stealing from School Shooting Memorial

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Cruz could face the death penalty for the deaths, according to Florida law. The Sun Sentinel reported that one person from Texas sent a letter that included hand-drawn hearts and happy faces. "Hang in there and keep your head up". A letter sent by a woman in Chicago was accompanied by nine photos. Cruz's attorney Howard Finkelstein said the suspect has received "piles of letters". Read More »

Sudden infant death syndrome may have genetic basis, study suggests

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Researchers in the United Kingdom and the U.S. looked at the prevalence of mutations in the SCN4A gene which helps regulate the muscular control of breathing. Hanna and colleagues also stressed the faulty genes are likely not the only cause of cot death, and having safe sleeping measures can still ensure the safety of the baby. Read More »

MS cracking down on investigations of opioid overdose deaths

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A total of 63,632 Americans died of a drug overdose in 2016 - a 21.5% increase over the 2015 total, according to the report. Of the 63,632 lethal overdoses that year, almost two in three involved opioids, prescription or otherwise. The new CDC report finds the rapid rise in deaths was largely driven by synthetic opioids such as fentanyl. However, the overdose deaths are increasing at a faster rate among some groups. Read More »

Sedalia police arrest woman after officers find stolen vehicle, drugs

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The arrest of the suspect, 29-year old Mr Vasit Nanthiwatvicha, followed a manhunt involving several policemen after careful examination of footages from CCTV system at and around areas where the seven cars were set on fire. The officer and investigator then went to the auto shop where the incident originally occurred to speak to Nicolau. Three Sanford police officers will be put on administrative leave after shooting and killing an armed suspect Tuesday night, according to police. Read More »

Tense moments, confusion at Hyderabad airport following IndiGo tyre burst

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The runway at the Rajiv Gandhi International Airport (RGIA) in Shamshabad was non-operational for nearly four hours after an Indigo flight suffered multiple tyre bursts while landing on Wednesday night. The airline is already facing headwind with its P&W engines on its Neo planes, of which a total 11 were grounded by the regulator around two weeks ago. Read More »

Carlos Tevez Injured After Playing Football In Prison

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He has scored three goals and provided two assists in seven league games during his third spell with Boca, but the former Manchester United and Manchester City star looks set for a spell on the sidelines. Carlos Tevez (C) of Boca Juniors drives the ball during the Superliga football match against Atletico Tucuman at the Jose Fierro stadium in Tucuman, northern Argentina, on March 18, 2018. Read More »

76ers star taken to hospital after shot to head

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He will not return to Wednesday's game. Embiid posted an Instagram story that showed him in a hospital room and captioned it "Not good". "I hope he'll be good and he'll be ready". "I know I hit him, but I believe he is OK, " Fultz said, per ESPN . "My heart dropped. He's a tough guy". The Sixers have now won eight games in a row, but have gone 1-2 against James and the Cleveland Cavaliers this season, giving them more than enough reason to try and avoid them in the first round of the ... Read More »

Distraught and sorry Steve Smith speaks out over scandal

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I made a serious error of judgment and I now understand the consequences. "I love the game of cricket and playing for my nation and my state there is no greater pride for me". Speaking to reporters, Smith apologised to his teammates and cricket fans in Australia and around the world. "I take full responsibility ..." "I'm so anxious about the mental side of the game, I'm so anxious about how they come back". Read More »

Arsene Wenger Remains 'Hungry And Determined' - Steve Bould

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Their relationship has been the subject of scrutiny amid regular claims that Wenger's control of training has limited Bould's potential influence on addressing the defensive weaknesses in the squad. "We concentrate on Sunday". Elneny has featured for Arsenal in every one of their Europa League outings so far this season and will be expected to keep his place for the upcoming two-legged quarter-final tie with CSKA Moscow next month. Read More »

Man in United Kingdom diagnosed with first case of 'super resistant' gonorrhoea

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Public Health England says it is the first time the infection can not be cured with first choice antibiotics. Public Health England said that the best way to avoid getting or passing on gonorrhoea , or any other sexually transmitted disease , in the first place is to wear condoms consistently and correctly with all new and casual partners. Read More »

Sanaa marks three years of war

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Tens of thousands of Huthi rebel supporters demonstrated in Yemen's capital yesterday to mark three years of war , hours after neighbouring Saudi Arabia said it had intercepted seven rebel missiles. support with targeting and the midair refueling of its warplanes in Yemen. "The Patriot systems are really overmatched - the missiles that the Houthis are launching at Riyadh have a range of 1,000 kilometres and a separating warhead ", he said. Read More »

Parents critical of school officials after fatal bus fire

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The District's transportation provider, Missouri Central School Bus Company , has safety procedures in place to guard against this type of situation. The incident is being investigated by the University City Police Department. If there isan injury or death, drivers could be fined up to $1,000 dollars, have their license suspended and possibly spend 180 days in jail. Read More »

Scientists say they've found a new human organ

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Researchers from New York University's School of Medicine have found a new human organ they've called " interstitium ". The new organ was spotted when researchers looked at live human tissue with a new imaging technique. The scientists used a powerful microscope with a technique called confocal laser endomicroscopy , which is a new diagnostic technique that allows microscopic examination of the digestive mucosa during ongoing endoscopy. Read More »

United Kingdom man infected with super-gonorrhoea

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But the common antibiotic treatment has failed to fight off this man's case. Gonorrhea is spread through unprotected vaginal, oral, and anal sex. There could also be a hot box for treatment, which involves a person being put into a box that was 109° F in order to kill the bacteria causing the infection. Read More »

Air India strategic disinvestment process: 10 key takeaways

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As per the over 200-page-long document, the Centre proposes to carry out the the strategic disinvestment of AI by transferring management control and selling its 76 per cent equity share capital in the airline. Last month, Minister of State for Civil Aviation Jayant Sinha had said that the government plans to divest its stake in the national passenger carrier by this year-end. Read More »

Anushka Sharma's Pari to be remade in Tamil

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As per reports, Anushka was recently shooting for her upcoming film in Bhopal on March 22, after which she immediately took off to Delhi to spend 2 days with hubby Virat before her next schedule started on March 24. A picture of them from the time when they were in Mumbai had gone viral. Sui Dhaaga is a film based on the ideology of Made In India. Pari is the first-ever female-led film to hit the screens in the country. Read More »

Campaign caravan of Brazil's da Silva shot at; no one hurt

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SÃO PAULO-Buses carrying supporters of former Brazilian President Luiz Inácio Lula da Silva were hit by gunfire late Tuesday, his Workers' Party said, ahead of a court ruling on whether to send the leftist icon to jail for corruption. However, polls suggest that if Lula is allowed to run, he would easily win in October. However, even this is in question and could end up becoming another prolonged court battle. Read More »

Aadhaar-PAN last date extended to June 30

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Senior advocate K V Viswanath, appearing for a petitioner opposed to the Aadhaar scheme, took a cue from the PPT in which the UIDAI CEO said that the success rate of Aadhaar authentication in government systems was 88 per cent. The UIDAI is "blind" to the real goal for which Aadhaar authentication has been done and there is no question of surveillance on citizens, he said. Read More »