• Police lathi-charge, use water canons to stop JNU students' march
Police lathi-charge, use water canons to stop JNU students' march

Twenty-three students were detained and released after medical examination. Reportedly journalists were also roughed up and manhandled by the police personnel and around 20 students were detained. "The JNU vice-chancellor has become a chancellor of vices". Recently, JNU's another professor Atul Johri was arrested in a sexual harassment case and...

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  • Thousands of Smoke Alarms Recalled Due to Potential Safety Risk
Thousands of Smoke Alarms Recalled Due to Potential Safety Risk

It did not identify the location of the fatal fire. This Smoke Alarm (Smoke Detector) report discusses some of the leading players operating in the global Smoke Alarm (Smoke Detector) industry and key strategies adopted by them. The yellow cap should be visible through openings on the side. If the cap is present, they should immediately contac...

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  • Eagles Were Lucky Against Poland, Rohr Admits
Eagles Were Lucky Against Poland, Rohr Admits

After a goalless first, Chelsea of England wing back, Victor Moses shot the Eagles into the lead in the 61st minute from the penalty spot after he was adjudged to have been fouled in the 18-yard box to silence the home crowd. Nigeria are set to embark on their seventh World Cup campaign, having fallen at the first hurdle on three occasions, bu...

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  • Christian captive Leah Sharibu would soon be released- 'Mama Boko Haram'
Christian captive Leah Sharibu would soon be released- 'Mama Boko Haram'

Mr Buhari said this whenhe received the girls as well as a boy and one other girl on Friday at the State House in Abuja . The lone Christian girl was held by the group and the president promised to have her released . Agoro in a statement made available to journalists in Ibadan, the Oyo State capital while describing the abduction and release a...

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  • Students
Students "March For Our Lives" with calls to end gun violence

A new Marist Poll released Friday found that 52 percent of the respondents said the the marches "will make no difference" in helping further the cause of the marchers, which include many students prompted to demonstrate after last month's school shooting in Parkland, Florida.

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  • Karti Chidambaram, Arrested In Corruption Case, Gets Bail: A Timeline Of Events
Karti Chidambaram, Arrested In Corruption Case, Gets Bail: A Timeline Of Events

Karti has to furnish a bond of Rs 10 lakh. The CBI opposed his bail plea on the grounds that he has "already destroyed evidence" in the case and was an "influential" person. The Supreme Court subsequently transferred the ED case to itself. His judicial custody was due to expire on 24th March. In its 27-page order, the High Court said no explanati...

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  • Facebook's Zuckerberg sorry for 'major breach of trust'
Facebook's Zuckerberg sorry for 'major breach of trust'

In his Facebook post, Zuckerberg also outlined some of the steps the company implemented over the years to prevent data breaches. "One of the most important things we need to do here is make sure that we tell everyone whose data was affected by one of these rogue apps ", Zuckerberg told Segall.

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  • It's early to talk about breakthrough in Russia-US ties
It's early to talk about breakthrough in Russia-US ties

The Kremlin said in a statement that the two presidents also spoke about the need to "co-ordinate efforts to limit the arms race" and closer co-operation on strategic stability and counter-terrorism. London says the Soviet-designed military grade nerve agent Novichok was used to target Skripal and last week Britain, France, Germany and the United...

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  • Anna Hazare starts his fast unto death for Lokpal
Anna Hazare starts his fast unto death for Lokpal

Maharashtra's Irrigation Minister Girish Mahajan had earlier met Hazare to persuade him to give up his fast, but the activist, who has put together a team of around 6,000 people across India for the goal, indicated that he would continue until Prime Minister Narendra Modi's government came up with a concrete proposal to empower the Lokpal .

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  • One charged, 2 sought for break-in at Rob Gronkowski's house
One charged, 2 sought for break-in at Rob Gronkowski's house

Anthony Almeida , 31, was charged on March 23, 2018, in the burglary of Rob Gronkowski's home while the Patriots star was away during the Super Bowl. Bail was set at $5,000 cash. It's unclear whether he's represented by an attorney. Police say they've recovered an Apple watch, Rolex watch and rare coins from the 1800s so far.

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  • NEW REPORT: Sharp increase in Alzheimer's prevalence, deaths, costs of care
NEW REPORT: Sharp increase in Alzheimer's prevalence, deaths, costs of care

The Alzheimer's Association's 2018 Alzheimer's Disease Facts and Figures has been released, providing the latest statistics and trends on America's 6th leading cause of death. "Similar scientific breakthroughs are needed for Alzheimer's disease, and will only be achieved by making it a national health care priority and increasing funding for ...

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  • Unseen footage captures Las Vegas shooter Stephen Paddock's final days
Unseen footage captures Las Vegas shooter Stephen Paddock's final days

He brought several more suitcases to his room throughout his stay. The 64-year-old Paddock spent his days before the October 1 massacre gambling and having hotel staffers unwittingly move "bag after bag" of weapons he would use to kill dozens of concert goers and wound 851 others, reported the New York Times .

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  • Eating 'well-done' meats may be harmful to your health
Eating 'well-done' meats may be harmful to your health

Wylie-Rosett is the head of Health Promotion and Nutrition Research at Albert Einstein College of Medicine. Those who were estimated to have consumed the highest levels of heterocyclic aromatic amines (HAAs) - the chemicals formed when meat protein is charred or exposed to high temperatures - had a 17 per cent higher risk compared to those wi...

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  • Genetic tests reveal incredible, tragic, true story of tiny Atacama 'alien' skeleton
Genetic tests reveal incredible, tragic, true story of tiny Atacama 'alien' skeleton

Someone almost two decades ago discovered a tiny mummy in the Atacama Desert of northern Chile setting rumors that it was in fact a mummy of an alien . Researchers don't know exactly when Ata lived, but some scientists now believe that she was a miscarried or aborted female fetus, preserved by dry conditions in the Atacama Desert of northern ...

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  • Saccone concedes defeat to Lamb in Pennsylvania special election
Saccone concedes defeat to Lamb in Pennsylvania special election

The race between Lamb , who often took moderate positions compared to his Democratic colleagues, and Saccone was a tight one. Lamb chose not to make his campaign about Trump, instead running a predominantly local race focused on issues like jobs , entitlement programs and the opioid epidemic , but the president's fingerprints remained all over ...

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  • Netflix announces changes to Season 2 of 13 Reasons Why
Netflix announces changes to Season 2 of 13 Reasons Why

They also tell the audience how they can get help if they do have feelings of depression or suicide. Brian Wright, the vice president of original series for Netflix , released a statement regarding the show. "But you're showing someone that needs to be put out there and talked about". They will feel pandered to. Selene Ang is handed a letter a...

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  • Sonia Gandhi unwell, rushed to Delhi from Shimla
Sonia Gandhi unwell, rushed to Delhi from Shimla

Former Congress president Sonia Gandhi was shifted to Delhi on Thursday night after she reportedly fell ill during her stay in Shimla . She was also provided an ambulance, but she chose to drove in a private vehicle only with Priyanka.

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  • Most treatment for lower back pain harmful and unnecessary, finds study
Most treatment for lower back pain harmful and unnecessary, finds study

Patients are also often referred for various types of scans and even surgery, with prescription for painkillers that may contain addictive opioids . The team suggests that low back pain can be more effectively and safely managed with less invasive physical and psychological therapies. The pain may partly be caused by psychological, economic, a...

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  • Flu to blame for 242 deaths across Oklahoma
Flu to blame for 242 deaths across Oklahoma

The 2016-2017 flu season was considered very active, with 210 deaths reported by the end of May. The death toll for last week marked the first time since the week ending December 23 that there had been fewer than 10 deaths. If you get sick, look out for severe aches and pains in your muscles and joints, notable fatigue and weakness, headaches and...

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  • Government due to drop NHS pay cap - are you affected?
Government due to drop NHS pay cap - are you affected?

Money is expected to be made available for similar pay rises in Wales, Scotland and Northern Ireland. Health workers at the top of their pay band will receive a 6.5% pay rise between April 2018 and April 2020 - 3% in April 2018, 1.7% and a 1.1% lump sum in April 2019, and 1.7% from April 2020.

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  • Doctors and chemists can be jailed if they don't report TB
Doctors and chemists can be jailed if they don't report TB

Ten countries account for 76% of the gap between the incidence of tuberculosis and reported cases, with India topping the list at 25%, followed by Indonesia at 16% and Nigeria at 8%, the World Health Organization report says. The Union Health Ministry has asked clinical establishments to tuberculosis (TB) cases. Section 269 says a negligent act l...

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  • PNB fraud: Ex-branch chief seeks bail; CBI says he facilitated fraud
PNB fraud: Ex-branch chief seeks bail; CBI says he facilitated fraud

It need be recalled that earlier this month itself, the CBI wrote another letter to accused Mehul Choksi and Nirav Modi telling them that they are obliged to join the investigation. "The manner in which the allegations have been exaggerated has left me completely defenceless". "...till date the Regional Passport Office has not communicated wi...

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  • Xabi Alonso facing five years in jail for tax fraud?
Xabi Alonso facing five years in jail for tax fraud?

Tax authorities also want the former Real Madrid and Liverpool midfielder to pay almost $6.14 million in fines. Spanish prosecutors have called for Xabi Alonso to be sentenced to five years in prison after the former Real Madrid and Liverpool midfielder was accused of tax fraud.

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  • Condemned inmate's medical condition at center of debate
Condemned inmate's medical condition at center of debate

It is set for 6 p.m. local time. Bucklew's lawyers argue he has a "rare and severe condition", CBS affiliate KMOV reports. His attorney, Cheryl Pilate, told Reuters by telephone on Monday that she is simultaneously seeking from the U.S.

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  • England captain Root refuses to confirm new-ball role for Broad
England captain Root refuses to confirm new-ball role for Broad

Stokes missed the Ashes series after he was arrested in Bristol following an incident outside a nightclub, but has now been cleared to make his global cricket return starting in Auckland for the first day-night Test to be held in New Zealand .

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