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Arjan Singh's body taken for last rites

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BJP veteran LKAdvani, and Chief of Naval Staff Sunil Lanba laid a wreath at Brar Square in Delhi's Cantonment area, Hindustan Times reported. In 1965, when Pakistan had launched its Operation Grand Slam with an armored thrust targeted at the vital town of Akhnoor, Singh led the Indian Air Force through the war with courage, determination and professional skill. Read More »

All Blacks tear the Springboks apart

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The Pumas head back to Argentina for their final two matches still searching for their first win of the Rugby Championship and only one victory, over Georgia, in seven matches this year. Nehe Milner-Skudder bagged a brace and scored the pick of the tries, combining superbly with fly-half Beauden Barrett to bamboozle the Springboks defence. Read More »

Seahawks hope they didn't spill too many secrets to 49ers

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Carroll said Friday that Sherman played through a bit of pain during the Green Bay game last week and he was held out of Wednesday and Thursday practices for rest. However, against this Seahawks defense, there is a legitimate chance that the 49ers play their first two games without scoring a touchdown. But, with the offensive line being such a question mark for Seattle it should allow this to stay a competitive game into the second half. Read More »

David Davis proposes new post-Brexit security pact to fight terrorism

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Mr Johnson's 4,000-word Brexit article in the Daily Telegraph at the weekend drew criticism among some in the party and fuelled speculation that his future in the Cabinet may be in question. He predicted Britain will succeed in its new national enterprise, adding: "and will succeed mightily". Home Secretary Amber Rudd reaffirmed her support for the Prime Minister. Read More »

IRMA: 5 dead from nursing home that lost power near Miami

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Amber Mickles, who was looking for her great-grandmother, aged 94, told the New York Post: "Imagine the heat, I am 29 and I can't take it and for them to have to sit through is awful". Sanchez also said investigators will look into how many windows were open. Three of those who died were in their nineties, including 99-year-old Albertina Vega. Read More »

Team India practice ahead of first ODI against Australia

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Not a day passes without a spicy cricket story hitting the headlines, be it the pay dispute in Australia , the run-ins between cricket administrators in India or selling Television right of the Indian Premier League. Sri Lanka weren't a match to India as the Men in Blue did not allow them to win a single game on their own patch throughout the tour. We have to make sure we need guys who are more than 100% fit. Read More »

West Indies Considered Walk-off in Rain Curtailed Game

Gayle, 38 next Thursday, hit the England bowling attack with a typically brutal assault, living up to his self-imposed moniker of universe boss in the wake of his global captain Carlos Brathwaite bigging up opening partner Evin Lewis on arrival in the UK. Read More »

100000 people still without power in Georgia

BRAKKTON BOOKER, BYLINE: Utility crews around Florida are starting to clear tree limbs that fell on power lines during Irma. Pictured: Gulf Power crews roll out of their Pine Forest Road office Tuesday morning for Tampa. Any chance we might see the details in that timeline? The body of a 62-year-old man who climbed a ladder behind his home was found under debris on the roof of his shed in southwest Georgia, where winds topped 40 miles per hour, Worth County sheriff's spokeswoman Kannetha ... Read More »

Seven million people died from smoking a year ago

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The prevalence of Alzheimer's is expected to explode across the world as people continue to live longer. Almost 55 million people died in 2016, while 129 million were born, leaving a net gain of 74 million humans on the planet. While significant progress has been made since 2006, 1.03 million people died from HIV/AIDS (45.8% decrease since 2006), 719500 died from malaria (25.9% decrease), and 1.21 million died from tuberculosis (20.9% decrease) in 2016. Read More »

ICICI Lombard General Insurance IPO opens on Friday

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Nearly all leading brokerages and research reports advise a "subscribe" for the IPO, and it won't be a surprise if the offer gets solid response from investors and gets decently oversubscribed. The brokerage said ICICI Lombard's valuation is high considering the return on equity (ROE) of 17.2% for financial year ended March 2017, loss ratio of 80.6% and the combined ratio of 104% is lower than the average of private peers. Read More »

Climate change aggravates global hunger

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David Beckmann, president of Bread for the World . Starvation struck in parts of South Sudan for several months in early 2017, and there is a high risk that it could reoccur there as well as appear in other conflict-affected places, namely northeast Nigeria, Somalia and Yemen, the global experts noted. Read More »

Lady who slapped Army men arrested

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Subsequently, the driver stopped the truck. In the video, which went viral on the social media, Smriti Kalra could be seen slapping the Army soldier without facing any resistance from him. She then started abusing the army subedar, who was sitting inside, the police said. She slapped the victim multiple times and left the place. Realising that the situation might get out of hand, the woman walked towards her vehicle and sped off. Read More »

Park grabs first-round lead at Evian Championship

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Rain and strong winds on Thursday saw scores voided and the tournament reduced to 54 holes at the Evian Resort Golf Club, with conditions far friendly for Friday's action. Jessica Korda of the United States and Women's British Open victor In-Kyung Kim were a further shot back on four-under. The 2015 tournament champion felt relaxed throughout her round. Read More »

Amid Rohingya Refugee Crisis, Myanmar's Head Suu Kyi Skips UN Assembly

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Almost 15,000 have received refugee documentation, according to the United Nations, but India wants to deport them all. Suu Kyi is not Myanmar's president - her official titles are state counselor and foreign minister - but she effectively serves as leader of the Southeast Asian nation though she does not control the military. Read More »

AFC Bournemouth vs Brighton & Hove Albion English Premier League Live

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The game is thought to have arrived too quickly for Izzy Brown, as he has just returned from Chelsea, after he went back to the club for medical treatment, although captain Bruno is believed to be fit for the clash. What they have always done is they've always come through them. With Albion looking to pick up as many points as possible against so-called smaller teams, September could prove to be a crucial month in their season. Read More »

Detroits Lions Ban Racist Fan From Stadium

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It read "Ignorant n--s" over the picture, and was captioned with "You wana sit down for the national anthem?" The post eventually made its way to Facebook. Several local news outlets have caught up with the woman in the photo , Stacey Graham, who explained to local TV station WXYZ that she sits during the national anthem because she objects to the third verse, which condones slavery. Read More »

6 dead after AC issue that forced evacuation of Hollywood nursing home

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Three of the deaths happened at the Rehabilitation Center at Hollywood Hills and three others died later at a nearby hospital, Broward County Mayor Barbara Sharief said at a news conference Wednesday. Robert Gould, a spokesman for NextEra Energy Inc's Florida Power & Light, said utility representatives had met with Broward County officials in early March. Read More »

Mysterious fanged sea creature washes ashore during Hurricane Harvey

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Answers on Twitter ranged from "the monsters in "Tremors" to "mystery alien", but there were also plenty of serious guesses. The lack of eyes in Desai's photos gave the animal a faceless look, but, according to Earth Touch News , they had likely dried in the sun as one of the first stages of decomposition. Read More »

Minnesota unemployment rate at 3.8 percent in August

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But there was local growth. The statewide unemployment rate was 5.4 percent in August 2016. He took over the state in midst of the recession in 2010 when the unemployment rate was 9.8 percent. From August 2016 through August 2017, 11 of the state's 13 industry sectors added jobs. During August, more than 5,000 jobs were added in retail trade, construction and transportation, warehousing and utilities. Read More »

Type 2 diabetes reversible, doctors and patients unaware

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The others took placebo capsules. At the end of the two week study period, subjects had their response to glucose tested, examining glucose absorption, plasma glucose, and levels of insulin and gut peptides. Is diabetes pill an anti-ageing wonder drug, and magic bullet to treat cancer and Alzheimer's? "These artificial sweeteners may offer less sugar than other products, but they are not a free pass to mass consumption", he said. Read More »

Women More Likely To Lose Interest In Sex

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The surprise finding comes from the third National Survey of Sexual Attitudes and Lifestyles (Natsal-3), the largest study of sexual habits in the UK. For men, this absence of intrigue was most elevated at the ages of 35-44 while for women it topped in the vicinity of 55 and 64. The findings, published in the BMJ Open , also suggested that men and women who believed stereotypes such as the idea that men had a higher sex drive were more likely to conform to them - suggesting that they were ... Read More »

Target recalls drawer dresser due to tip-over hazard

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The U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission has advised consumers to immediately stop using any recalled dresser not anchored to the wall and put in in an area that children can not access. The dressers, which were made in Denmark, were sold exclusively at Target stores and Target.com between January 2013 and April 2016. Target is recalling thousands of dressers because they could become unsafe. Read More »

Nanoparticles from tattoos can travel to the lymph nodes

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For example, most tattoo inks contain organic pigments, as well as contaminants such as nickel, chromium, manganese, or cobalt. Well, add this doozy to the list: Potentially toxic elements in tattoo ink can leech, permanently, into your lymph nodes and cause some nasty side effects, according to new research from the European Synchrotron Radiation Facility . Read More »