• Alia Bhatt turns 25
Alia Bhatt turns 25

It looks like Alia had a working birthday by the day and a happening one by the night. According to a Pinkvilla report,"It's Alia's 25th birthday, so it's a landmark year in that sense". While speaking about his personal life the actor said "I don't let it affect me in a negative way. That's why it will always stay close to me". Interestingly, ...

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  • Duke Routs Iona In 1st Round Of NCAA Tournament
Duke Routs Iona In 1st Round Of NCAA Tournament

Now that March Madness begins today with the opening round, We asked folks downtown if they are playing the brackets, and also how do they come to pick their winners? "Because if we're tight a little bit, they start shooting like they did-it's one game, you get a shooter's chance".

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  • County health rankings released this week
County health rankings released this week

Montgomery County Health Department Administrator Amber Reed said she was drinking her first cup of coffee at home when she checked on the new rankings. "Chlamydia rates, which are among the highest in the state, which itself is among the worst in the nation, climbed way up this year", Morrow said. But the unemployment rate is among the factors con...

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  • Parkland Shooting Surveillance Video Shows Deputy Remained Outside
Parkland Shooting Surveillance Video Shows Deputy Remained Outside

A newly-released surveillance video shows a Florida police officer outside a high school while a gunman was firing on students inside. Authorities say it depicts actions during the shooting by former deputy Scot Peterson, who was armed and assigned to the school but did not enter the targeted building during the shooting.

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  • INX Media case: SC gives interim protection to Karti Chidambaram from arrest
INX Media case: SC gives interim protection to Karti Chidambaram from arrest

He was arrested on February 28 and was questioned by CBI in connection with the money laundering case. The extension comes as a relief to Karti after the probe agency on March 13 moved the apex court against the high court order, which had granted him relief.

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  • Senate, House Consult on Overriding Buhari's Veto of Electoral Act Amendment
Senate, House Consult on Overriding Buhari's Veto of Electoral Act Amendment

President Muhammadu Buhari has declined assent to the recent amendments to the Electoral Act Amendment, including the amendment changing the order of election for the presidential elections to be conducted last. He also explained that reports of the Electoral Reform Committee (the Uwais Report) 2008, and the Post-election Violence (Lemu Report) ...

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  • Surveillance Footage From Parkland High School Shows Police Standing Outside During Shooting
Surveillance Footage From Parkland High School Shows Police Standing Outside During Shooting

The surveillance footage appears to confirm earlier reports that Sheriff's Deputy Scot Peterson , the School Resource Officer, never entered the building while Cruz engaged in a shooting massacre . The video shows Peterson and a staff member in a golf cart rushing toward the building. Israel said that after being suspended, Peterson opted to ...

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  • Man, 41, Fighting for His Life in Namibia's First Case of Listeriosis
Man, 41, Fighting for His Life in Namibia's First Case of Listeriosis

Listeriosis was first diagnosed in South Africa in December previous year, and has to date caused close to 200 deaths and about 1 000 confirmed cases. The disease is caused by high numbers of Listeria monocytogenes , a bacterium found in soil, water, plants and animal feces, which usually spreads to humans through contaminated food.

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  • Winter Paralympics: Great Britain edged out by South Korea in wheelchair curling
Winter Paralympics: Great Britain edged out by South Korea in wheelchair curling

Organizers said most of South Korea's ice hockey game tickets were sold to schools in Gangwon Province so that students could enjoy watching the events as part of their field trips to the Paralympic Games. "I will not forget the crowd's cheers and passion", Bang said. "We're ready to win the gold medal". Team Korea beat Great Britain 5-4 in their...

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  • E-cigarettes 'should not be used by non-smokers'
E-cigarettes 'should not be used by non-smokers'

While the association between smoking and high frequency hearing loss was stronger than that of low frequency hearing loss, the risk of both high and low frequency hearing loss increased with cigarette consumption, the researcher said. The Food and Drug Administration estimated that its sweeping anti-smoking plan, first announced last summer, cou...

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  • Clemency denied in 'Stocking Strangler' case
Clemency denied in 'Stocking Strangler' case

Ranging in age from 59 to 89, the women were beaten, raped and choked, often with their own stockings. Seven died and two were injured in the attacks. But that testing couldn't be done because the samples were contaminated at a state crime lab. According to his attorneys semen found on clothing one of the victim's was wearing did not match Gary.

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  • Exercise May Help Prevent Dementia In Women
Exercise May Help Prevent Dementia In Women

The new research says that the stamina of middle aged women while reaching the peak exhaustion during their exercise can be associated to the risk of dementia . The Alzheimer's Association is backing one of several lifestyle studies aimed at determining how exercise and other life changes affect dementia risks .

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  • Stephen Constantine's Indian football team re-enters top-100
Stephen Constantine's Indian football team re-enters top-100

The next edition of the rankings will be released on April 12. It's a far cry from the glory days when Bafana cracked the top 20 in the rankings (at 19th) after winning the 1996 African Cup of Nations. Four of the top five African ranked teams have qualified for Russian Federation 2018 with Tunisia retaining their top spot, followed by Senegal,...

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  • Pocket of air found where man's brain should've been
Pocket of air found where man's brain should've been

Additionally, blood tests in the emergency department came back normal and he showed normal eye movement ranges, visual fields, speech, and swallowing. "When the patient sniffed/sneezed/coughed he would most likely be pushing small amounts of air into his head". He said it had likely been forming over months, even years.

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  • IN white nationalist leader arrested on assault charges
IN white nationalist leader arrested on assault charges

White nationalist Matthew Heimbach was arrested this week for assaulting his wife and her stepfather, who also happened to be his hate group's chief spokesman. Heimbach and Parrott's wife said the fling had ended. In statements to the police, all four listed their professions as "white nationalists". He pleaded guilty in July 2017 to disord...

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  • First case of measles for 2018 reported in southeast MI
First case of measles for 2018 reported in southeast MI

The individual, a young child, was infectious on that day and may have traveled to other areas of the airport. The child, officials said , arrived in Terminal B early afternoon at the airport and departed around 10 p.m. The measles case reported Tuesday was confirmed in Washtenaw County, whose county seat is Ann Arbor, and it's Michigan's first ...

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  • Woman pulls out her own eyeballs
Woman pulls out her own eyeballs

I think it makes her feel better somehow. "She is trying so hard to get her thoughts back together, but unfortunately when she was under the influence of methamphetamine, pure evil, she saw things she can not unsee", said Kaylee's mother, Katy Tompkins.

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  • British scientist Stephen Hawking dead at age 76
British scientist Stephen Hawking dead at age 76

He believed that massive stars collapse due to their gravity and turn into Black Holes, but other groups felt that such stars could also explode as very big fire balls, a phenomenon known as 'naked singularity.' I have published many manuscripts on this phenomenon and he eventually accepted that huge stars, perhaps 20 times larger than the sun, c...

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  • Rally Series Comes Back To Life with Fourth Entry
Rally Series Comes Back To Life with Fourth Entry

The series first made its debut on PSone back in 1997 and was last seen in 2002 with V-Rally 3 being the final entry on PlayStation 2 . With the announcement of V-Rally 4, players can expect more than 50 models of emblematic rallying and extreme motorsport vehicles, as well as the ability to collect, upgrade, and customize their favorite cars.

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  • Healthcare in US costs twice as much as other rich nations
Healthcare in US costs twice as much as other rich nations

The US spends nearly twice as much as other high-income countries on health care, and yet has consistently poorer results in many areas, with the lowest life expectancy and highest infant mortality rate of all developed countries. And nor does the United States have too many high paid specialists. In the other countries, life expectancy ranged fr...

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  • Babri Masjid Case: SC fix next date of hearing on March 23
Babri Masjid Case: SC fix next date of hearing on March 23

Recently the apex court said that it will hear the case only as a title suit not a matt of faith. The Shia Central Waqf Board of Uttar Pradesh told the Supreme Court in August that it is amenable to building a mosque in a Muslim-dominated area, at a reasonable distance from the disputed Ram Janmabhoomi-Babri Masjid site.

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  • Future of the Global Rigid Packaging Market - Growth, Latest Trend & Forecast 2022
Future of the Global Rigid Packaging Market - Growth, Latest Trend & Forecast 2022

Market revenue in terms of US$ Mn for the period from 2015 to next 5 to 10 years along with the compound annual growth rate ( CAGR %) from 2015 to next 5 to 10 years are provided for all the segments. The aforesaid research study includes comprehensive analysis of various Semiconductor Packaging and Assembly Equipment industry portion based o...

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  • Democrats Refuse To Pass Bill Designed To Help Terminally-Ill Patients
Democrats Refuse To Pass Bill Designed To Help Terminally-Ill Patients

President Donald Trump and Vice President Mike Pence backed the measure. Walden and Burgess announced on March 10 that they'd added several others layers of regulatory compliance atop the more loosely written Senate bill that passed last August.

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  • Shock cigarette WARNING: Smoking can make you DEAF
Shock cigarette WARNING: Smoking can make you DEAF

The study didn't set out to prove a link between hearing loss and smoking, but makes a case that it contributes to it. The worldwide research organization Kantar conducted qualitative and quantitative interviews with 17,421 smokers, ex-smokers and non-smokers in Brazil, France, Greece, India, Israel, Japan, Lebanon, Malawi, New Zealand, Russia,...

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  • Annual county health rankings released
Annual county health rankings released

Local Tennessee counties fared much better than Southwest Virginia. Benton County is ranked as the healthiest county in the state in a new study. The healthiest county is right here in central Ohio-Delaware County. Sullivan County remained next to last in the state with health outcomes remaining the same as a year ago at 61st. That's higher tha...

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