• Dust storm hits Delhi; plunges national capital into darkness
Dust storm hits Delhi; plunges national capital into darkness

Additional Director General, IMD, Mrutyunjay Mohapatra, said there was a circulation over North Rajasthan and Haryana which led to thunderstorm and dust storm. Weather experts said that this short spell would bring required relief from the heat in afternoon and warm nights. The flights arriving in and departing from Delhi's Indira Gandhi Internat...

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  • Most users may have had public data 'scraped'
Most users may have had public data 'scraped'

Users of the dating app Tinder, for example, experienced problems logging in over recent days because Facebook is now cutting down the amount of information that apps can get from its own users. In a first such revelation, Facebook has admitted that data of almost 5.6 lakh Indian users may have been "improperly" shared with British political ...

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  • Europa League Wrap: Arsenal, Atletico And Lazio Earn Advantage
Europa League Wrap: Arsenal, Atletico And Lazio Earn Advantage

However, with only around 200 CSKA fans making the long journey west, there was little bad blood inside the ground for the quarter-final first leg. (G.N.S) DT.06 Heavyweights Atletico Madrid and Arsenal took a grip on their first-leg quarter-finals tie of the Europa League.

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  • Rudy and Judith Giuliani to divorce
Rudy and Judith Giuliani to divorce

Giuliani had two kids with Hanover. "We hope to do this as amicably as possible, and hope that people will respect the privacy of our children at this time", the Empire State pol told the New York Post . Shortly after President Donald Trump's inauguration in January of 2017, he designated Giuliani as a cybersecurity expert for the administrati...

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  • Villanova outlast 67 teams to win the NCAA's national championship
Villanova outlast 67 teams to win the NCAA's national championship

With 15 minutes left to play, things were now starting to get testy, and MI couldn't find an answer for Villanova's defense. It was over earlier than that. Jay Wright's team possessed exceptional depth and cohesion, separating itself from so many other talented teams. The rest of this championship core is likely to return, as well, meaning Vil...

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  • PM leaves for Delhi on three-day state visit
PM leaves for Delhi on three-day state visit

As part of an effort to build trust with India, Nepalese Prime Minister KP Sharma Oli on Friday arrived here in the national capital on a three-day visit, officials said. She was the first senior Indian minister to visit Nepal after the conclusion of elections to local bodies, provincial assemblies and federal Parliament.

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  • School bus accident reported in Taylor County
School bus accident reported in Taylor County

KMA News and kmaland.com will have more information on the accident as it becomes available. According to a statement from Bedford School Superintendent Joe Drake, seven people were injured in a school bus rollover accident that occurred at about 8:30 a.m.

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  • South Africa's Kagiso Rabada out of IPL due to back injury
South Africa's Kagiso Rabada out of IPL due to back injury

Delhi Daredevils suffered a major blow when their main strike bowler was finally declared unable to play in the Indian Premier League. "Rabada felt tightness and discomfort during the fourth Sunfoil Test match against Australia at the Bidvest Wanderers Stadium, with subsequent scans revealing the injury".

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  • Hospital may have exposed patients to HIV
Hospital may have exposed patients to HIV

A sterilization malpractice by a Denver hospital has placed surgical patients at risk of being infected with HIV, hepatitis B , and hepatitis C, according to the Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment . On the next day, the department conducted an on-site survey to determine the hospital's infection control practices. A dis...

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  • IPL 2018: Kohli 'optimistic' of RCB's chances
IPL 2018: Kohli 'optimistic' of RCB's chances

RCB have reached the final of the IPL three times in the competition's 10 season so far but ended runner-ups on all three occasions. "I can assure you, my commitment is going to be 120 per per cent to try and achieve the goal this time", said Kohli after a training session here.

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  • Surgeon General Releases Advisory on Naloxone, an Opioid Overdose-Reversing Drug
Surgeon General Releases Advisory on Naloxone, an Opioid Overdose-Reversing Drug

The drug is available over the counter in most states and carried by many emergency responders nationwide. It should be noted that, in addition to the above patient populations, patients taking opioids as prescribed for long-term management of chronic pain, especially those with higher doses of prescription opioids or those taking prescription op...

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  • Missing CDC worker's body recovered in Atlanta river
Missing CDC worker's body recovered in Atlanta river

Hollowell, about 400 yards upstream from the bridge, and on the Atlanta side of the river". Police say the body of a CDC employee reported missing more than six weeks ago has been found in an Atlanta river. "None of those items are missing", O'Connor said. Cunningham was an epidemiologist in the CDC's chronic disease unit. He was report...

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  • Can pasta help you lose weight?
Can pasta help you lose weight?

Foods with a low-glycemic index (low GI) don't usually cause blood sugar to spike. Those taking part in the study ate an average of 3.3 serving of pasts per week in conjunction with a low-GI (low-glycaemic) diet . When pasta consumed, it doesn't have any adverse effect on body weight outcomes. "The question is, how do you satisfy that and st...

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  • CDC seeks to address antibiotic resistance
CDC seeks to address antibiotic resistance

Researchers at the CDC said that past year they tested 5,700 samples of resistant bacteria, and of those samples, 221 were CRE or similar bacteria. The nightmare bacteria are particularly deadly in the elderly and people with chronic illnesses, as up to 50 percent of the resulting infections are fatal, Dr.

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  • Actor Kollam Ajith dies at 56
Actor Kollam Ajith dies at 56

He was undergoing treatment for stomach disease in a private hospital in Kochi. He was considered for most negative roles after the 1987 film. Malayalam Actor Ajith Died He started his career with the 1984 hit Paranu Paranu Paranu by ace Malayali director Padmarajan.

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  • Town plagued by teeth-baring 'zombie' raccoons that walk like humans
Town plagued by teeth-baring 'zombie' raccoons that walk like humans

Youngstown, Ohio is starting to look a lot more like Raccoon City! The majority of the calls happened in the daytime, too, even though raccoons are nocturnal. Get on his hind feet and show his teeth, ' Coggeshall said. Fourteen similar situations were reported, with "large noises or motions" not scaring the animals away.

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  • DNA test reveals a woman's biological father was her parents' fertility doctor
DNA test reveals a woman's biological father was her parents' fertility doctor

Rowlette later discovered that Dr Mortimer, who has since retired, used his own semen to impregnate her mother and she has now filed a lawsuit accusing him of medical negligence, battery and fraud. The lawsuit states that she received a notification from Ancestry.com last July informing her she had a DNA match. Ashby tells her now ex-husband Fowl...

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  • Sensex gains 400 points, Nifty tests 10250-level on strong global cues
Sensex gains 400 points, Nifty tests 10250-level on strong global cues

China announced new tariffs on 106 American products, including soyabean, automobiles, chemicals and aircraft. Major gainers in the 30-share index were Tata Motors (3.06%), Tata Steel (2.47%), Adani Ports and Special Economic Zone (2.45%), Mahindra & Mahindra (2.05%), Dr Reddy'S Laboratories (1.62%), and Hero Motocorp (1.60%).

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  • Monkeys in hot water show less stress, study finds
Monkeys in hot water show less stress, study finds

The researchers published their findings in the online edition of worldwide academic journal Primates on April 3. Image copyright Getty Images Image caption A study has shown that Japanese macaques' stress levels go down when they bathe in hot springs .

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  • Look! Studies Find Marijuana Legalization Could Help Opioid Epidemic
Look! Studies Find Marijuana Legalization Could Help Opioid Epidemic

Compared to states where cannabis was banned , states where medical marijuana was legal averaged 3.7 million fewer opioid doses annually, while states that permitted only home cultivation of marijuana had 1.8 million fewer doses. Drug overdoses killed almost 64,000 Americans in 2016, with two-thirds of deaths involving a prescription or illicit o...

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  • 'Blue helmet' killed in CAR; UN mission condemns attack
'Blue helmet' killed in CAR; UN mission condemns attack

Later that morning, they also discovered the bodies of 13 men, four women and four children near a church. The U.N. Security Council condemned the attack "in the strongest terms" and reiterated that attacks against peacekeepers may constitute war crimes.

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  • Aadhaar Act gives UIDAI excessive power, says Supreme Court
Aadhaar Act gives UIDAI excessive power, says Supreme Court

Citing the Aadhaar Act, UIDAI said that its provisions specifically prohibit it from controlling, collecting, keeping or maintaining any information about the goal of authentication either on its own or through any entity. It was, however, clarified that an authentication failure did not mean exclusion or denial of subsidies, benefits or services...

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  • Noteworthy Analysts Suggestions: US Bancorp (USB)
Noteworthy Analysts Suggestions: US Bancorp (USB)

Girard has invested 0.26% in U.S. Bancorp (NYSE: USB ). Vanguard Group Inc. now owns 105,568,014 shares of the financial services provider's stock worth $5,481,092,000 after purchasing an additional 1,727,498 shares during the period. The rating was maintained by Citigroup with "Neutral" on Monday, October 9. Phocas Financial Corp. acquired a n...

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  • Bournemouth boss Eddie Howe delighted by Jermain Defoe's impact
Bournemouth boss Eddie Howe delighted by Jermain Defoe's impact

Defoe, 35, has been used sparingly by Howe in recent weeks following his recovery from an ankle injury but the Bournemouth manager still believes the England worldwide is a potent goal-threat. Speaking of his equaliser against the Hornets, the forward said: "I can't remember who was next to me but I knew he was the last man and I knew Nathan A...

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  • Public health officials: Flu season isn't over yet
Public health officials: Flu season isn't over yet

The Washington State Department of Health says that as of March 24th, 243 people have lost their lives to the flu this season in our state. Alberta Health Service's influenza immunization program has concluded for the 2017-2018 flu season.

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