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'Thugs Of Hindostan' to release on November 7 2018!

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Aamir Khan's Thugs of Hindostan has been in news ever since its announcement and it won't be wrong to say that it is one of the most-awaited films for 2018. Fans were hardly able to recognize him as he donned a new rough and rugged look. Recently, there were rumours that certain portion of the film were likely to be shot again. Read More »

FDA approves biosimilar of Avastin to treat five types of cancer

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Biosimilars are one of the most watched areas in the pharmaceutical business and are being rolled out to compete with expensive biologics. FDA Commissioner Scott Gottlieb said: "Bringing new biosimilars to patients, especially for diseases where the cost of existing treatments can be high, is an important way to help spur competition that can lower healthcare costs and increase access to important therapies". Read More »

Rs 300 cr solid waste mgmt plan for Delhi

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The Modi Government has committed Central assistance of around Rs 3 lakh crore under various urban missions. To ensure fund flow for infrastructure projects, the ministry will opt for public-private participation (PPP) model, which would be the backbone for resource mobilisation. Read More »

Call for SA to intervene in Myanmar violence

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The Rohingya are a Muslim minority in Myanmar's northern Rakhine state. A top U.S. lawmaker defended Aung San Suu Kyi on Thursday, saying Myanmar's under-fire leader had assured him she is working to get aid to Rohingya Muslims suffering a violent military crackdown. Read More »

West Nile Virus case confirmed in Myrtle Beach

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The Health Unit, along with each municipality, will continue to monitor for WNV activity for the remainder of the season. Symptoms of West Nile virus can range from mild to severe, and include fever, head and body aches, mild rash, and swollen lymph glands. Read More »

DNA robot sorts molecules without external input

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The scientists had their robots walk on 58-by-58-nanometer pegboards made of DNA origami . "Just like electromechanical robots have been sent to places that are perhaps too far for humans to go to-for example, on another planet-if we truly master the ways of engineering molecular machines, we would be able to build molecular robots and send them to places that are perhaps too small for humans to go to-for example, inside the bloodstream ", says study senior author Lulu Qian , an ... Read More »

New skin patch created to reduce fat by 20 percent

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Brown fat has smaller droplets and a high number of mitochondria, the energy-producing parts of cells that burn fat to produce heat. Scientists have tried for years to find a treatment that transforms an adult's white fat into brown, in a process known as "browning". Read More »

Markets trade lower; Sensex 64 pts down

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Market breadth was negative with 552 advances against 995 declines. "European indices like FTSE 100, DAX and CAC 40 traded lower", he added. Both the S&P BSE Bankex Index and the S&P BSE S&P BSE Healthcare Index lost 0.4 percent each. Foreign portfolio investors (FPIs) sold shares worth a net Rs 1334.23 crore yesterday, as per provisional data released by the stock exchanges. On a daily basis, the FIIs purchased scrip worth Rs 418.86 crore and the DIIs (domestic institutional investors) ... Read More »

Woman Missing After Vehicle Plunges Into California Aqueduct With Her Still Inside

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Shortly after midnight, Linares was driving west along Main Street when her vehicle jumped a curb, drove across a patch of dirt and through a fence before slamming into the water. Xanthel was trapped inside the vehicle and rescue workers were unable to reach her in time. "Mommy, the auto, I went in the water", she said. Police are still investigating the crash that killed Xanthel. Read More »

Real Madrid extends Marcelo's contract until 2022

Since the turn of the decade, Marcelo has gone from strength to strength, having cemented his place on the left side of defence, and has been widely regarded as one of the best left-backs in the world for several years now. Thinking about scoring? " Every goal for Real Madrid is special but I would like to score a goal in a final ". None of this should serve to give Apoel too much confidence. Read More »

Chester Bennington's Son Opens Up About His Father's Death

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After a hard life and in spite of the success, the singer of 41 years has chosen to leave behind his 15-year old son, Draven Bennington . "It sucks", he adds, the instrumental of Linkin Park's "In the End" playing in the background. "And Malibu is such an embracing community". Many know the oft-cited statistic that 20 veterans a day die by suicide , but few know that the majority of these deaths are veterans 50 years of age or older. Read More »

Berks Community Health Center gets grant to fight opioid overdose crisis

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The funding will go toward treating substance abuse and mental health issues. Experts have said that declaring a national emergency, which would require a presidential directive, could free up federal funding and ease regulations so states can get more people into treatment, though some advocates have anxious that the Trump administration might use emergency aid to step up law enforcement rather than public health measures. Read More »

Detroit Tigers pitch that hit umpire being reviewed by Major League Baseball

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But for anyone to imply that that was intentional, that's completely wrong. The whole fracas started in the bottom of the third inning, when Wolcott ejected McCann and Ausmus after the two took exception to a close pitch on Cleveland's Jay Bruce that was called a ball; Ausmus had apparently been barking at Wolcott all game about his strike zone. Read More »

Britons evacuated after Hurricane Irma devastates Caribbean

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A complete damage assessment has yet to be done but many homes were left in ruins, as were police and fire stations and the main hospital. "We have had some help from the Americans but they of course have their own problems". Food, water and roof tarps were distributed to residents Sunday from fire stations and a ballpark while military assets were used to transport supplies, equipment and search and rescue personnel through affected areas. Read More »

Pennsylvania hospital staff took photos of patient's privates: investigation

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A Pennsylvania hospital has been cited after state investigators determined a "ton" of employees at UPMC Bedford Memorial crowded into an operating room to take photos and videos of a patient with a genital injury . The Department of Health has approved our plan of correction. The citation listed numerous violations including failure to protect a patient's confidentiality and privacy, allowing staff not central to the patient's care to enter the operating room, and allowing personal devices ... Read More »

Prisoners freed by Hurricane Irma are back in jail

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It followed an operation by British Virgin Island and Cayman Island police officers, alongside the British Royal Marines and police. Hurricane Irma hit the Islands on September 6th, leaving St. Trapped British tourists had said they were terrified by looters and reports of rape while they were holed up in resorts sheltering from the natural disaster. Read More »

Global hunger on the rise for the first time in a decade

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Almost 11% of the world's population, or 815 million people, were chronically undernourished in 2016, according to a United Nations report. Conflicts between armed groups has gone up by 125 percent since 2010, often growing into larger wars and affecting countries including Yemen, Nigeria, Somalia, and South Sudan, where the situation spiraled into a starvation for several months earlier this year. Read More »

Bournemouth vs Brighton 15 September 2017: EPL Preview and Predictions

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All in all, we are getting a pretty good price on Bournemouth to win this game and as a result I am going suggest that betting on the outright result as the best option. 'We just haven't delivered on game day, which is frustrating for them and frustrating for me'. But what they've always done is come through them. Read More »

Heart Disease, Tobacco and Poor Diet Among the Top Killers of 2016

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Some 10,900 such deaths were reported in 2016 - a 67% increase since 2006. These fatalities occurred largely as a result of conflicts in North Africa and the Middle East, the researchers noted. Injuries, including those incurred by violence, accounted for 8.4% of all deaths. "We propose that the World Health Organisation (WHO), the World Bank, and other technical and multilateral agencies join together annually to discuss the GBD findings, and how they should influence decision making", wrote ... Read More »

Global Automotive Piston pin Market 2017 : ZF, KYB, Mando, Anand and Tenneco

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The report compares this data with the current Automotive Connectors state of the market and thus discuss upon the upcoming trends that have brought the Automotive Connectors market transformation. In conclusion, it is a deep research report on Global Chromebook industry . Firstly, the Automotive Piston pin market report gives you the basic overview of the Automotive Piston pin industry 2017. Read More »

House OKs GOP's no-new-taxes borrowing package

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The plan passed, 103-91, garnering one more vote than the 102 it needed to pass. "We plan to take a few days to review the House plan". Republican Rep. Every Democratic lawmaker opposed it, as did 15 Republicans, mostly moderates from southeastern Pennsylvania. A group of House Republicans in Pennsylvania revealed a new state revenue plan that does not include online gambling . Read More »

Francis Scott Key Monument Vandalized

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Tucker Carlson debated a writer from Alternet DC who said the "Star-Spangled Banner's" designation as our national anthem has its roots in neo-Confederate circles. The words "Racist Anthem" were found painted on a monument, on the anniversary of the battle that inspired him to write the 'The Star-Spangled Banner.' Police are investigating, but have no suspects. Read More »

With Mosquito Threat Growing, Harris County Begins Aerial Sprays

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Texas reported 441 human cases of West Nile virus and 21 deaths since the start of 2016, according to figures released on Tuesday. The Houston area got pounded by Hurricane Harvey, but the record-setting flooding may be bringing yet another headache: the city could be overwhelmed by mosquitoes. Read More »

Eight die at sweltering Fla. nursing home

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He said he's been calling Florida Power & Light for days to get it fixed. Several days later, he made a second trip to Houston, where he participated in recovery efforts and met Texans who'd lost their homes. A resort island chain that stretches from the tip of the state into the Gulf of Mexico, the Keys are connected by a bridges and causeways along a narrow route of almost 160km. Read More »

Hamilton among worst in province for opioid overdose emergency visits

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The territories and western provinces have some of the highest rates in the country, while eastern Canada has some of the lowest. While the data reflects regional disparities in severity-with BC and Alberta hit the hardest thus far-Tam said that "no area of Canada is necessarily safe from this crisis". Read More »

Lynx center Fowles named WNBA MVP

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The award win is the first for Fowles as she and the Lynx are looking to get back to the WNBA Finals after failing to win against the Los Angeles Sparks last postseason. With the win, Sylvia Fowles becomes the second player for the Minnesota franchise to win the award. Fowles is the second Lynx player to receive the honor, joining Maya Moore , who won it in 2014. Read More »

Clerk used funds to buy dog tuxedo, Hogs tickets

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Authorities say she charged more than $340,000 to a government credit card for a whole range of personal items over a period of 4 years. Investigators said the purchases Goss illegally made with the county card included personal bill payments, almost $1,000 worth of Arkansas Razorbacks tickets, a diamond bracelet, clothing, school lunches for her children, pet insurance and a tuxedo for her pug that she purchased from Amazon. Read More »

Pakistan reassessing ties with US: Defence Minister

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The minister expressed discontent over the U.S. not sharing Pakistan's threat perception about India "which is not only indulging in warmongering but also building up its military capabilities". Nafees Zakria noted that terrorism was an global issue and sought coordination of each and every stakeholder to defeat it. Citing the report of Amnesty International, he said that the report contains 112 pages, which describe Indian atrocities in occupied Kashmir through shoot guns. Read More »

Lost Interest in Sex? This Could Help

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The study found that women were four times more likely to show a lack of interest in sex after 12 months than those in shorter relationships. Women who reported having three or more partners in the past year were less likely to be interested in sex, and having children under five or not sharing a partner's sexual preferences was also found to be important. Read More »