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The Pennsylvania Senate's Republican majority leader is pledging fast action following the House's passage of a plan to help plug state government's $2.2 billion budget gap nearly three months into the fiscal year. As it is, and despite the deadline pressure, the Pennsylvania's House budget approval faces its own uphill fight. The Senate passed a competing plan in July that included $1.3 billion in borrowing and a $500 million-plus tax package.
  • NGT refuses to lift ban on older diesel vehicles in Delhi-NCR

    NGT refuses to lift ban on older diesel vehicles in Delhi-NCR

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    Earlier, the green court had banned diesel vehicles that were more than 15 years old. "What is the solution?" a bench headed by NGT Chairperson Justice Swatanter Kumar had said . Rathore and expert member B.S. Sajwan. It said that since the government had failed to discharge its statutory obligation, NGT could not be a "silent spectator" and let the citizens suffer.
  • Telugu origin doctor stabbed to death in Kansas

    Telugu origin doctor stabbed to death in Kansas

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    Officers found him outside the building, and he died of his injuries. A security guard at the club had observed a suspicious person sitting in a auto at the club. WICHITA- A man has been arrested in the stabbing death of a doctor at his holistic medicine practice in east Wichita. The Sedgwick County Jail booking report shows he is being held on suspicion of first-degree murder in the Wednesday night killing.
  • Arkansas woman admits using county cash to buy dog tuxedo

    Arkansas woman admits using county cash to buy dog tuxedo

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    Investigators said the purchases Goss illegally made with the county card included personal bill payments, almost $1,000 worth of Arkansas Razorbacks tickets, a diamond bracelet, clothing, school lunches for her children, pet insurance and a tuxedo for her pug that she purchased from Amazon.
  • US Technology transfer to India to create military imbalance in region: FO

    US Technology transfer to India to create military imbalance in region: FO

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    The minister expressed discontent over the USA not sharing Pakistan's threat perception about India "which is not only indulging in warmongering but also building up its military capabilities". He said that the leadership considered human rights violations in Indian Occupied Kashmir as a matter of serious concern and condemnable. He said that Prime Minister Shahid Khaqan Abbasi will leave for NY next week to participate in the United Nations meeting.
  • Woman Raped by Cabbie Near Golden Jubilee Park in Delhi, Accused Held

    Woman Raped by Cabbie Near Golden Jubilee Park in Delhi, Accused Held

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    On 11 September, when she was waiting at New Delhi Railway Station for her train to her hometown, she met the driver Chunnu Kumar. But Kumar allegedly misled her into believing that the train had been cancelled. But instead of going to the bus station, the accused took her to a secluded place at the Golden Jubilee Park near Red Fort and sexually assaulted her.
  • Type 2 diabetes 'reversible' says leading prof at EASD

    Type 2 diabetes 'reversible' says leading prof at EASD

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    Existing guidelines recommend the reduction of blood sugar levels and cardiovascular risks, mainly through drugs and general lifestyle changes. He is renowned for his diabetes and metabolic research, particularly into new treatments that can be used in addition to insulin, to help patients with Type 1 diabetes achieve better blood sugar control.
  • Women More Likely To Lose Interest In Sex

    Women More Likely To Lose Interest In Sex

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    In total, 15% of men and 34% of women surveyed said they had lost interest in sex for three months or more in the previous year. Ammanda Major, relate sex therapy, said that losing interest in sex is not necessarily unusual or abnormal, as there are many different reasons that cause men and women's needs to change.
  • Climate change could hinder future coffee production

    Climate change could hinder future coffee production

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    The bees, i.e. pollinators have a vital role in the production of the beans that pours the coffee cup at morning. The study is the first of its kind to look at how bees - key coffee crop pollinators - will be impacted by a warmer planet. "If there are bees in the coffee plots, they are very efficient and very good at pollinating, so productivity increases and also berry weight", says lead author Pablo Imbach of the International Center for Tropical Agriculture (CIAT).
  • Ikpeazu extends Abia curfew till Friday

    Ikpeazu extends Abia curfew till Friday

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    Some men of the Nigerian army have been caught on camera humiliating and torturing members of the Indigenous people of Biafra (IPOB ). This may have informed the dusk-to-dawn curfew announced by the state governor, Dr Okezie Ikpeazu on Tuesday, September 12.
  • Weight loss can reverse Type 2 Diabetes, says study

    Weight loss can reverse Type 2 Diabetes, says study

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    Professor Mike Lean, from Glasgow University's Human Nutrition Section, said 488 different drugs are now licensed worldwide to treat type 2 diabetes by lowering blood glucose levels. The cells go into a survival mode, merely existing and not contributing to whole body wellbeing. "The observations of the clinical studies can now be fully explained".
  • Pope moved meeting rescued Indian priest

    Pope moved meeting rescued Indian priest

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    Cardinal George Alencherry, Major Archbishop of Angamaly-Ernakulam and head of the Syro-Malabar Church to which Fr. Uzhunnalil belongs, said that prayers by millions across the world had helped in the release of the priest. "The Holy See fervently thanks all those who worked for his release, and especially His Majesty the Sultan of Oman and the competent authorities of the Sultanate", read a statement from the Holy See's Press Office, after the news of the priest's release.
  • Marcelo Signs New Contract With Real Madrid

    Marcelo Signs New Contract With Real Madrid

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    The 29-year-old joined in 2007, making nearly 300 appearances as Real have maintained their status as one of the most successful clubs in world football. Additionally, he forged a strong partnership with Cristiano Ronaldo on the left flank, which has gone on to serve Real Madrid well for more than half a decade now.
  • Anthem, Inc. (NYSE:ANTM) Insider Sells $4161625.00 in Stock

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    The most recent open market insider trade was Automatic Sell of 21,125 shares on a day where the closing price was 196.45. FTB Advisors Inc. lifted its holdings in Anthem by 11.1% in the 1st quarter. The original version of this report can be read at https://weekherald.com/2017/09/13/anthem-inc-antm-to-go-ex-dividend-on-september-7th.html. (NYSE ANTM) traded up 0.05% during mid-day trading on Wednesday, hitting $189.34.
  • Willie Nelson, Paul Simon to headline Hurricane Harvey benefit concert

    Willie Nelson, Paul Simon to headline Hurricane Harvey benefit concert

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    Tickets for the four-hour event go on sale today at 3 p.m. CST. The concert will feature "exclusive performances and rare collaborations", according to a press release announcing the event. Central Time. Google will match $500,000 in telethon donations, with volunteers from Google's Austin office and employees of TEGNA working the telethon phone banks.
  • Carlos Tevez Is Homesick And Too Chubby To Play

    Carlos Tevez Is Homesick And Too Chubby To Play

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    He's not fit to play, ' said the coach. "I had a talk with him today about tactics, but I won't let him play for now, he isn't physically ready", added Wu in an interview with the Shanghai Morning Post. The 76-times capped global now appears to be in limbo in China unless he gets into a decent physical condition to play, and it wouldn't be surprising to see him leave at some point in the near future.
  • Telugu must in state schools in Telangana from class I-XII : CM

    Telugu must in state schools in Telangana from class I-XII : CM

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    In its bid to safeguard the regional language, the Telangana State Government has made Telugu a compulsory subject from first to 12th standard in all the private and public educational institutions in the state. The Syllabus fixed by the Sahitya Academy will be taught in all the educational institutions and they are not expected to print textbooks and teach syllabus according to their whims and fancies, the Chief Minister said.
  • Lee County issues hurricane debris cleanup guidelines

    Lee County issues hurricane debris cleanup guidelines

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    Therefore, customers with a regular service day of Monday will be serviced on Tuesday, Tuesday customers will be serviced on Wednesday, Wednesday customers will be serviced on Thursday and so forth for the remainder of the week. 12. The Federal Emergency Management Agency requires documentation of the volume and type of debris collected to reimburse the county for storm clean up.
  • Pay cap lifted for police and prison officers

    Pay cap lifted for police and prison officers

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    Jeremy Corbyn's reaction to the Prime Minister's relaxed attitude to figures today, and her recent countless u-turns was to accuse her of being impossible to trust. This is another embarrassing example of the former Home Secretary's fraught relationship with the police force that should be able to rely on her. The news came as major unions threatened widespread industrial action to try to end the public sector pay freeze.