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Kushwah said Shami Rehman, 27, was arrested near Shakarpur bus stand in east Delhi on Sunday evening. Ahmed was arrested by Delhi Police's special cell and was later handed over to the West Bengal police. Meanwhile, the government today told the Supreme Court that the Rohingya Muslims are "illegal" immigrants in the country and their continuous stay posed "serious national security ramifications".
  • FDA permits first digital therapeutic device for treatment of substance use disorders

    FDA permits first digital therapeutic device for treatment of substance use disorders

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    The offering is now cleared for use as an adjuvant to standard outpatient therapy to treat patients with substance use disorder for stimulants, cannabis, cocaine, and alcohol. We believe that prescription digital therapeutics hold promise in improving patient outcomes across a wide range of central nervous system disorders including psychiatry, neurology, and pain, and will become a vital part of tomorrow's treatment paradigm across all disease areas.
  • Congress to launch nationwide protest against fuel prices

    Congress to launch nationwide protest against fuel prices

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    Maken said that considering the fall in crude oil prices in the worldwide market, the prices of petrol and diesel should be Rs 34 and Rs 32, respectively. "While global crude oil prices have come down by more than 52 per cent since the Narendra Modi government came to power, petrol prices have touched a three-year high.
  • DNA Robot Sorts Molecules Autonomously The Engineer posted on September 15, 2017

    DNA Robot Sorts Molecules Autonomously The Engineer posted on September 15, 2017

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    On the future outlook of research and development in the field of nanotechnology, co-researcher Qian said: "The biggest implication that I hope the work will have is to inspire more researchers to develop modular, collective, and adaptive DNA robots for a diverse range of tasks, to truly understand the engineering principles for building artificial molecular machines, and make them as easily programmable as macroscopic robots".
  • Halftime: Washington State 28, Oregon State 9

    Halftime: Washington State 28, Oregon State 9

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    After a shaky game last week against Boise State, Luke Falk was back to being Luke Falk, throwing for six touchdowns in the Cougars 52-23 win Saturday over Oregon State. Ryan Nall took his rushing yard tally to 1,611 and is just 11 away from surpassing Billy Main to step up into the 14th on the all-time list. "We need to do all we can to make the right call so they can execute it and get off the field".
  • New skin patch created to reduce fat by 20 percent

    New skin patch created to reduce fat by 20 percent

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    Now researchers at Columbia Medical Center and the University of North Carolina have seen promising results from another noninvasive technology-a skin microneedle patch that can burn stored fat while revving up the body's overall metabolism.
  • MLB issues 2-game suspension to Cubs' Willson Contreras

    MLB issues 2-game suspension to Cubs' Willson Contreras

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    Contreras obviously didn't try to hit Baker with the mask, though he flung it down with the umpire standing right next to him, so it wasn't surprising it hit him. After a few harsh words, Lackey returned to the mound and his 3-2 pitch was hit into center field for a run-scoring single. John is nearly 40. "I would never tell him what to do".
  • Troops kill 18 Burundian Refugees In Congo

    Troops kill 18 Burundian Refugees In Congo

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    An official says Congolese forces have allegedly shot and killed 34 Burundian refugees in an area near Burundi's border. Residents in the area tell The Associated Press the killings occurred after some Burundian refugees went to the bureau of intelligence in Kamanyola to inquire about four detained refugees.
  • TUC, NLC ask FG to disregard ULC's threat

    TUC, NLC ask FG to disregard ULC's threat

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    Adodo maintained that the seven days notice which was contained in a letter addressed to the Minister of Labour and Employment, Senator Chris Ngige, would expire Friday, September 15. "To call out workers on essential services for a national strike without any major trade dispute with their direct employers will be tantamount to blatant violation of our extant labour laws and global standards".
  • California lawmakers approve 'sanctuary state' bill

    California lawmakers approve 'sanctuary state' bill

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    Jerry Brown, who announced his support after the top state Senate leader agreed to water down the bill and preserve authority for jail and prison officials to cooperate with immigration officers in many cases. Major presidential candidates typically release them. "It's going to protect the criminal at the expense of the law abiding citizen". It would do so by requiring pharmaceutical companies to notify health insurers and government health plans like Medi-Cal at least 60 days before ...
  • Aamir Khan's look from 'Thugs Of Hindostan' leaked? Check viral pic

    Aamir Khan's look from 'Thugs Of Hindostan' leaked? Check viral pic

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    Amitabh Bachchan-Aamir Khan starrer " Thugs of Hindostan " and Rani Mukerji's " Hichki " have finally got their release dates. He is surely playing the role of a thug from whom one can not expect the best behaviour. His new look in the latest online leak makes him barely recognizable. Recently, there were rumours that certain portion of the film were likely to be shot again.
  • Hurricane Irma batters Florida Keys, leaving thousands without power

    Hurricane Irma batters Florida Keys, leaving thousands without power

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    A monster Hurricane Irma roared into Florida with 130 miles per hour winds Sunday for what could be a sustained assault on almost the entire Sunshine State, flooding streets, knocking out power to more than 1.8 million homes and businesses and snapping a construction crane over the Miami skyline.
  • West Nile virus confirmed in Racine County resident

    West Nile virus confirmed in Racine County resident

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    Symptoms of West Nile virus can range from mild to severe, and include fever, head and body aches, mild rash, and swollen lymph glands. In rare cases encephalitis, meningitis, and death are possible. During 2002, the state documented its first human infections and 52 cases were reported that year. As of September 13th, there have been 65 confirmed or probable cases of WNV in Ontario.
  • Real Madrid defender Marcelo signs new five-year deal

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    The La Liga giants sealed an easy 3-0 win against Apoel in their opening Champions League game of the season yesterday night, but despite the Merengues' good performance, fans of Real Madrid were not happy with Bale so much so they even booed him at some point.
  • Global hunger on rise, say United Nations food agencies

    Global hunger on rise, say United Nations food agencies

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    According to the report, State of Food Security and Nutrition in the World , this reversal is due to conflict and the effects of climate change in parts of Southeast and West Asia, and sub-Saharan Africa. Cindy Holleman, senior economist with FAO, said the report is one of the first to review malnutrition among children, as well as obesity among children and adults.
  • Colin Kaepernick Named Week 1 NFLPA Community MVP

    Colin Kaepernick Named Week 1 NFLPA Community MVP

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    In its press release, the NFLPA said it would make a $10,000 contribution to Kaepernick's foundation or charity of choice "along with an in-kind donation to him on behalf of our supporting partner Delta Private Jets". Do they remember that Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. was assassinated for protesting police brutality and social injustice? "I don't think anybody who is protesting the national anthem.is very respectful", Lurie said.
  • Hurricane Irma Caribbean aid efforts get underway

    Hurricane Irma Caribbean aid efforts get underway

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    Residents were overwhelmed by the damage and said recovery will take time. At least 34 people are reported to have been killed as Irma made its way across the region, while thousands have been left homeless. Gov. Kenneth Mapp has denied reports of violence in the immediate aftermath of the storm and said there have been no major crimes. Waves breached the Malecón, the Cuban capital's famed sea wall, flooding the streets of the colonial downtown.
  • Bristol-Myers Squibb Company (NYSE:BMY) Quant Update & Trader Valuation

    Bristol-Myers Squibb Company (NYSE:BMY) Quant Update & Trader Valuation

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    About 94,481 shares traded. It is down 11.69% since September 14, 2016 and is uptrending. It has outperformed by 20.71% the S&P500. Bristol-Myers Squibb (NYSE: BMY ) last announced its quarterly earnings results on Thursday, July 27th. It fall, as 86 investors sold BMY shares while 529 reduced holdings. These funds have shifted positions in ( BMY ). Susquehanna Llp, Pennsylvania-based fund reported 133,272 shares.
  • Woman, who was caught on camera slapping Army soldier, arrested; auto sized

    Woman, who was caught on camera slapping Army soldier, arrested; auto sized

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    Kalra was arrested from her Gurugram residence, where she lives with her parents. A video of a woman slapping an Army Jawan on the streets of Delhi has gone viral on the internet and is receiving strong condemnation from all. The subedar asked the driver to talk to the 44-year-old woman to explain her the situation. "Subsequently, the driver stopped the truck". When the Army driver honked a few times, the FIR claimed, Kalra slowed down and refused to allow the truck to pass.
  • Hospital employees gawked at, photographed unconscious patient with item lodged in genitals

    Hospital employees gawked at, photographed unconscious patient with item lodged in genitals

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    Another employee told investigators there were so many people crammed into an operating room taking photos on December 23 that it was "like a cheerleader-type pyramid". One individual came for "sheer curiosity". Regarding the injury, the person said , "I was doing a tendon fix, when someone, I don't remember who, one of the OR staff, came into the room and said that there was a patient in the ER with a genital injury .
  • Seven million people died from smoking previous year

    Seven million people died from smoking previous year

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    The GBD is the largest and most comprehensive epidemiological effort to quantify health loss across places and over time. Where stroke (known by its medical name as cerebrovascular disease) and cardiovascular diseases combined accounted for almost 10 percent of all deaths in Australia, Ischemic Heart Disease (IHD) was found to have single-handedly caused more than 17 percent of deaths, despite the national rate for that condition decreasing over the past year.