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SC trooper dies following collision


Rebman was sitting in his patrol vehicle about 12:20 a.m.in the emergency lane of I-385 near Bridges Road when it was struck from behind by a pickup truck. Jimmy Bolt of the Sheriff's Office. The investigation may take several days and a decision on charges will be made following its conclusion, Bolt said. Read More »

Do gun shows in Nevada increase injuries and deaths in CA?


Other states, such as California, heavily regulate both firearms in general and gun show sales in particular (during which all gun sales require background checks). "Gun shows account for only a small proportion of private-party firearm transfers; nevertheless, they can be a source of guns used in crime". Researchers said they examined Nevada and California gun shows between 2005 and 2013. Read More »

Bear suffering from mysterious illness has giant 3kg tongue removed by vets

The bear's name is Nyan htoo and he had nearly been captured by traffickers who would have sent him to China tobe killed for his gall bladder bile, which is in high demand there for use in traditional medicine. After realising his illness, the monks reached out to a local vet who then got in touch with Bacon. Since the bear is less than two years old, vets think that the affliction could have been a congenital problem or elephantiasis, a parasitic infection carried by mosquitos that has ... Read More »

Unitech's Sanjay Chandra Denied Bail, Told To Deposit Rs 1,000 Crore


A total of 4,688 home buyers are claiming a refund of Rs1,865 crore from Unitech in various projects undertaken by the real estate company. Kumar, however, insisted that Chandra should be given at least four-week interim bail for the goal and prepare a plan for raising the money needed to pay back the homebuyers and said, "We have already deposited Rs 130 crore". Read More »

Corey Seager to face live pitching at workouts before Dodgers decide


After missing the NLCS with a sprained lower back, Los Angeles Dodgers All-Star shortstop Corey Seager will be on the team's World Series roster when it opens up Tuesday against the Houston Astros in Southern California. Seager hit.295 with 22 home runs and 77 RBIs this year. ( MLB does not allow teams to use a designated hitter in National League parks.) Roberts acknowledged the possibility of making Seager his DH, but said the exact plan remains to be determined. Read More »

Gilead Sciences, Inc. (GILD) Position Decreased by Gateway Investment Advisers LLC

About 12 shares traded. American Beacon Advisors Inc. bought a new position in shares of Gilead Sciences in the first quarter valued at about $143,000. Cullinan Assocs reported 0.06% of its portfolio in Gilead Sciences, Inc . Welch Group LLC now owns 2,857 shares of the biopharmaceutical company's stock worth $194,000 after acquiring an additional 252 shares during the period. Read More »

Mouni Roy bags role in Ayan Mukerji's 'Brahmastra'?

It will be produced by Dharma Productions and Fox stars Studios. Mouni started her acting career with Ekta Kapoor's famous daily soap Kyunki Saas Bhi Kabhi Bahu Thi and went on to work in shows like Do Saheliyaan and Kasturi . Needless to add, Brahmastra is turning out to be out of the most awaited movies! Speaking of Gold it is a historical sports drama which will showcase the journey of India winning its 1st gold medal as a free nation in the Olympics, 1948. Read More »

Guwahati semi-final shifted to Kolkata


The first semi-final of the ongoing FIFA Under-17 World Cup, between Brazil and England on October 25, has been moved to Kolkata due to "severe rainfall" at the Indira Gandhi Athletic Stadium in Guwahati, FIFA announced on Monday. While the ground is already slated to host the final as also the third-fourth place matches on October 28, the Brazil-England marquee pre-summit clash comes as a big bonus for the football insane city. Read More »

Monkey pox controversy may impede battle against polio - Rotary


Funsho said there was need to properly educate the public as anything short of it may lead to the return of polio. Tuesday marks Rotary International's fifth annual World Polio Day , co-hosted by the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation , and there is much cause for celebration: It is very possible that 2017 may see the end of the wild poliovirus - almost two years earlier than Bill Gates predicted . Read More »

State Bans Use Of E-Cigs In Public Places


The American Cancer Society thanked Cuomo for taking a step to protect the health of all New Yorkers. But manufacturers have not gone quietly in the city, mounting several legal challenges arguing that e-cigs do not qualify, because technically they do not emit smoke. Read More »

Syria's largest oil field captured by US-backed forces


The oil field contains roughly a quarter of Syria's oil reserves and had been a significant source of income for the Islamic State as it attempted to build a statelike structure in the vast areas it once controlled in Iraq and Syria. The surprise assault was meant to leave the militant group no time to sabotage the oil field's infrastructure, as it typically does when retreating from important areas, Dillon said. Read More »

Breast cancer study: 72 new mutations discovered


Eng. The study has shed more light on the BRCA1 gene, which Hollywood star Angelina Jolie famously inherited, before she had a mastectomy to reduce her risk . Cancer patients who opt for alternative medicines over conventional treatment are two-and-a-half times more likely to die within five years of diagnosis, research revealed in August. Read More »

CAF Champions League: Al Ahly wants more fans


Recall Etoile established a 2-1 first-leg lead in Tunisia last month, but a hat-trick from Walid Arazou, goals from Ali Maaloul and Rami Rabia and an own goal by Hamdi Nagguez secured the emphatic win for Ahly. Iheb Msakni scored a second Etoile goal a minute from time, but it was irrelevant as Ahly had already booked a place in the final. Al Ahly, are now looking to a record ninth title, having never gone more than three years without reaching the final since the turn of the century. Read More »

At least 94 die of the plague in Madagascar


The country reports between 300 and 600 cases of bubonic plague each year - equal to 80 per cent of the world's total cases. More than 70 per cent of the cases are pneumonic plague, a more virulent form of the plague that spreads through coughing, sneezing or spitting and is nearly always fatal if untreated, AP reported. Read More »

Bristol-Myers Squibb Company (NYSE:BMY) Valuation According To Analysts


PGGM Investments now owns 1,321,858 shares of the biopharmaceutical company's stock valued at $97,223,000 after buying an additional 17,200 shares in the last quarter. It also reduced I Shares (MUB) stake by 19,572 shares and now owns 3,882 shares. Bank Of America Corp (Call) was reduced too. BMO Capital Markets maintained Bristol-Myers Squibb Co (NYSE:BMY) rating on Monday, June 5. Read More »

Ittefaq Se from 'Ittefaq'


Ittefaq Se song is the recreated version of the popular track " Raat Baaki " from Namak Halal . The original song featured megastar Amitabh Bachchan , Shashi Kapoor, and Parveen Babi. The remixed version of Raat Baaki has been sung by Jubin Nautyal and Nikita Gandhi. " Raat Baaki " was written by Anjaan, composed by Bappi Lahiri and sung by Bappi and Asha Bhosle. Read More »

Second bacterium found after fundraiser jambalaya sickens more than 100 in Louisiana


Louisiana health officials believe a second bacterium may have contributed to the mass food poisoning that killed one and injured hundreds at a fundraiser in Caldwell Parish. Most people recover from Salmonella without treatment, but symptoms may be so severe that it is necessary to go to the hospital. Jaberi said the processing of food particles will take longer, and he does not anticipate results being available until the middle of next week. Read More »

Promising research on breast cancer risk


If their theory is proven, it may explain why the majority of breast cancers have no genetic ties. "We know that breast cancer is caused by complex interactions between these genetic variants and our environment, but these newly discovered markers bring the number of known variants associated with breast cancer to around 180". Read More »

Chhath Puja 2017: Date, Muhurat Time & Importance of 4-Day Chhath festival


Chhath is celebrated during the month of October or November soon after Diwali. During this period of three nights and four days, the worshiper observes purity and sleeps on the floor. She was blessed by Lord Surya with an extraordinary power of curing any deadly diseases. Chhath Puja is also celebrated on Chaitra Shashthi which is known as Chaiti Chhath. Read More »

Second red state withdraws ObamaCare waiver aimed at shoring up market


Last spring, Iowa faced no health carriers in all 99 counties for the individual health insurance market. That, Ms. Reynolds said , prompted her to withdraw the request. "Obamacare is such a failure that state waivers created to prop it up won't work", the Republican Party of Iowa said in a statement. Trying to push it through in a few months just didn't seem possible, the way the law's written. Read More »

Palestinian gives birth to conjoined twins in Gaza


Hamda says doctors are trying to arrange a transfer to advanced hospitals in the U.S. or Saudi Arabia to determine whether they can be separated. An uncle who preferred not to be named said: 'We hope they can leave to do what is necessary for their rare conditions '. Read More »

Court Dismisses $417 Million Baby Powder Lawsuit Filed By Ovarian Cancer Patient


Jury awards have totaled hundreds of millions of dollars. Reached in August , the California verdict followed a trial in the case of Eva Echeverria, who sought to convince the court and jury that J&J's product caused her ovarian cancer. In a statement, a J&J spokesperson said the company is pleased with the decision. "The science is clear and we will continue to defend the safety of Johnson's Baby Powder as we prepare for additional trials in the USA", spokeswoman Carol Goodrich said in a ... Read More »

Families of 39 Indians missing in Iraq to undergo DNA test


This comes three months after External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj said it was a "sin" to presume the 39 men were dead, unless there was proof. "I will not do this sin". Iraq has been in touch with the Indian government over the issue and had conveyed earlier that it needed the samples for its own investigations into the case of the missing Indians. Read More »

Charity hails decision to revoke Mugabe honor


Tedros deserves all our support to ensure he and WHO build a global health movement that is inclusive and works to improve health for everyone based on universal values of fairness and equality". During the first 20 years of his 37-year rule, Mugabe notably expanded health care, but the system has badly been affected by the collapse of the Zimbabwean economy since 2000. Read More »

GlaxoSmithKline plc's (GSK) "Hold" Rating Reaffirmed at Deutsche Bank AG


It has a 23.54 P/E ratio. It also markets and sells related service parts and accessories for its engines. Among 7 analysts covering Marshalls PLC ( LON:MSLH ), 5 have Buy rating, 0 Sell and 2 Hold. It has underperformed by 16.70% the S&P500. Investors of record on Thursday, August 10th were given a dividend of GBX 19 ($0.25) per share. After $1.01 actual earnings per share reported by Merck & Co., Inc. Read More »

CR Bard, Inc. (NYSE:BCR) Shares Sold by Gotham Asset Management LLC

The stock declined 0.13% or $0.43 reaching $329.73 per share. About 30,884 shares traded. Jefferies maintained C R Bard Inc (NYSE: BCR ) rating on Wednesday, July 27. The stock has "Outperform" rating by BMO Capital Markets on Monday, December 12. BidaskClub downgraded C.R. Bard from a "strong-buy" rating to a "buy" rating in a report on Wednesday, July 19th. Read More »

Young woman sweating blood from her face and hands baffles doctors


Her case was accounted for in the Canadian Medical Association Journal . The condition is so rare that doctors aren't even sure how legitimate it is, the Daily Mail reports. The patient has since been administered a heart and blood pressure med that has cut down-though not eliminated-her bleeding. "In the literature, there is no single explanation of the source of bleeding in hematohidrosis", the doctors write. Read More »

Man accused in shooting to be tried first in Delaware


Once the DE trials wraps up, " Prince will also face the possibility of life sentences in Maryland for three counts of first degree murder and two counts of attempted murder", the joint statement said. Under this bill, crimes carrying a potential for the death penalty would include serial murders, murder of a law enforcement officer and murder of two or more people in a single attack, among other qualifiers. Read More »

Trump laments increase in number of National Football League players bending the knee


NFL commissioner Roger Goodell met with team owners, players and union representatives in NY last week, where the league decided it would not mandate players to stand. But Trump has made his own position on the matter repeatedly clear - both in verbal remarks and in tweets - as he called upon coaches to bench their players if they refuse to stand and honor the national anthem and the flag. Read More »

Secret Superstar Is Secretly Trending Strong! Day 4 (Sunday) Box Office Update


Trade analyst Taran Adarsh tweeted the figures. "But real test for Golmaal Again and Secret Superstar begins today (Monday)", he added. While it is highly possible that the multi-starrer Golmaal Again will dominate the box-office in the beginning, Secret Superstar will reap its benefits from word-of-mouth promotion which every Aamir Khan movies ultimately gets. Read More »

The ENSCO PLC (ESV) Position Raised by the LS Investment Advisors LLC

Finally, HighTower Advisors LLC increased its holdings in shares of Ensco Plc by 2.2% in the 1st quarter. Koch Industries Inc. acquired a new stake in shares of Ensco Plc during the second quarter worth $134,000. Past 5 years growth of Ensco Plc (NYSE: ESV ) observed at -32.39%, looking forward for the next 5 years it has a strong prediction of -95.55% over growth. Read More »

Patients told: Don't ask for antibiotics


Four in 10 patients with an E.coli blood infection can not be treated with the most commonly used antibiotics , according to a report from Public Health England (PHE). The Keep Antibiotics Working campaign will also see patients handed leaflets explaining how long it normally takes to recover and the warning signs of serious illness. Read More »

William and Kate expect baby in April: Kensington Palace


While the Queen has loyally painted her nails in Essie's Ballet Slippers for decades, Middleton has only been photographed with a manicure once: on her wedding day, when she wore Essie's pale pink Allure. Life and Style magazine had previously faced criticism after it reported that the Duchess of Cambridge had found herself in a "royal family war" a year ago and claimed the pair had already been named King and Queen of England. Read More »