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Nisar changed decision after meeting 'few friends': Interior Ministry


Any ruling short of disqualification would mean "politics as usual", he added. He said he served his life for the Pakistan Muslim League (Nawaz), "why would I leave them in a crisis situation". He went on to say that the interior minister was seeking an explanation for his exclusion from the PML-N meetings, and "wants to know if the decision was made due to his opposing stance, or due to some other reason". Read More »

Carl Frampton: Losing to Gutierrez could be 'career ending'


Santa Cruz's victory over the Northern Irishman in Las Vegas six months ago avenged Frampton's triumph in NY last July. Frampton returns to the ring for the first time following his January loss to the Mexican-American Leo Santa Cruz, whom Frampton previously defeated in their first meeting previous year. Read More »

In Mali crashed helicopter of United Nations peacekeepers


He said the crash took place in the morning south of Tabankort in Mali's northern Gao region, and the United Nations mission immediately dispatched a security and medical team to the site. The United Nations operation, launched in 2013, is considered the UN's most risky peacekeeping mission, with dozens of its staff killed over the last four years. Read More »

Digging Through TechnipFMC plc (NYSE:FTI) Technicals

TechnipFMC plc (FTI) shares are down -0.68% for the week and that has got investors and traders sitting up and taking note. The stock traded at a volume of 2.44 million shares. Therefore 52% are positive. Fmc Technologies Inc now has $13.01 billion valuation. These patterns have a low break even failure rate and decent average rise in a bull market, giving them a solid performance rank. Read More »

Slimy slug mucus inspires glue which can mend internal injuries without stitches


When threatened by a predator, Dusky Arion slugs secrete a mucus that glues it in place, meaning the gastropods can not be pried away from the surface on which they're crawling. The adhesive is both tough and flexible, and can adhere to wet, moving tissue, like heart muscle. Researchers say their "next generation" adhesive has several potential medical applications. Read More »

The health hazards of blue-green algal blooms explained


People should also keep their pets away from blooms as it could be deadly if ingested. An alternate source of drinking water should also be provided for pets and livestock, while this advisory is active. Authorities across the United States are issuing advisories to the public after several bodies of water were found to have unsafe levels of toxic blue-green algae. Read More »

DGP Rao demands former Karnataka DIG D Roopa's apology; she asks why


According to prison officials, the team first spoke to those inmates who had interacted with former DIG D Roopa when she visited the prison, which ended in heated arguments between then jailer Krishna Kumar and her. She has urged the Anti-Corruption Bureau to act on the confession made by Australia-based NRI VC Prakash to the Delhi Police, in connection with the election commission bribery case. Read More »

Charlie Gard's parents to find out where and when he will die


But Great Ormond Street Hospital said it was not in the child's interests to spend a long period in a hospice. Please refresh the page for the fullest version. Chris Gard and Connie Yates, the parents of critically ill infant Charlie Gard, arrive at the Royal Courts of Justice in London ahead of the latest High Court hearing in London Monday July 24, 2017. Read More »

Yemen: Millions at risk if aid agencies not given better access


Amid the lack of adequate global support, community leaders have stepped up to the task-more than 16,000 volunteers visit families from door-to-door to raise awareness about cholera, and assist them with information to protect themselves. And they also saw "how vital infrastructure, such as health and water facilities, have been damaged or destroyed". "We have set up more than 1,000 diarrhea treatment centers and oral rehydration corners", they noted. Read More »

AAP plans opening 75 language institutions to promote Sanskrit


A committee has also been constituted by the government in order to design the course syllabus within a month and the course will be of two-hour duration thrice a week. Nearly all households worship and conduct rituals, but blindly follow what the priest conducts without understanding their relevance as all languages evolve scientifically", Sisodia said.Sisodia, who also heads the Arts and Culture department, said the Sanskrit Academy under the department will be offering the course with a ... Read More »

Petition to change the new driving law gathers signatures


But the petition is misleading in some ways. Under the new distracted driver law, drivers are able to use electronic devices if they are hands free (Bluetooth), are parked, are out of the flow of traffic, are starting their Global Positioning System or music before driving, or are making emergency calls. Read More »

Asbury Automotive Group Inc (NYSE:ABG) Trading Down 5.8% Following Weak Earnings

What are top analysts saying about Asbury Automotive Group Inc? It has outperformed by 3.75% the S&P500. The total value of its holdings decreased 13.7%. had its "underweight" rating reiterated by analysts at Morgan Stanley. (NYSE:PAG) during the first quarter, according to its most recent disclosure with the Securities and Exchange Commission. Read More »

Southern DHB encourages testing as part of World Hepatitis Day


Michael Houghton has been classified into eleven genotypes. Even during blood transfusion, it is important to maintain caution and check with the doctor that it is being done in a safe and hygienic manner. Approximately 399,000 people die each year from hepatitis C, mostly from cirrhosis and hepatocellular carcinoma. "People should also reduce or not drink alcohol, because it damages the liver and Hepatitis also work on damaging the liver, thereby causing liver diseases such as inflammation ... Read More »

More e-cigarettes, fewer tobacco smokers?


The results show that e-cigarette users were more likely than non-users to make a quit attempt (65 percent v 40 percent) and more likely to succeed in quitting for at least three months (8.2 percent v 4.8 percent). "This study suggests that we should be receptive to the kind of approach that health authorities in England have taken, encouraging smokers who can not quit otherwise to try e-cigarettes", Warner said. Read More »

Cochlear launches iOS-connectable Nucleus 7 cochlear implant


It has an internal component that's surgically inserted under the skin behind the ear. This is the first ever cochlear implant sound processor created to work with the iPhone, and it also has the distinction of being the market's smallest/lightest behind-the-ear implant processor, says Cochlear . Read More »

Experts call for scrapping of antibiotics 'complete the course' message


Professor Martin Llewelyn of Brighton and Sussex Medical School and his colleagues have published a document in The BMJ ( British Medical Journal ) urging policy makers, educators and doctors to reconsider antibiotic use, as they believe that taking the drugs for longer than necessary increases the risk of resistance . Read More »

Help for Charlie Gard in his last days


Mr Justice Francis has heard that Charlie's parents and doctors at Great Ormond Street Hospital in London can not agree on hospice care plans for the youngster. All he needs is a ventilator which pumps room air into his lungs. Yesterday Charlie's nurses made an extraordinary gesture yesterday to accompany him to his death. Read More »

Ex-Jets player sues Jeff Sessions to legalize marijuana


The pair have teamed with a group advocating the use of cannabis on medical and business grounds and are suing Sessions, the Department of Justice as well as the Drug Enforcement Agency. On the campaign trail, President Trump (picturd in July) said marijuana legalization should be left to the states. Marijuana is such a big thing. Read More »