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Under the previous quality of service rules , penalty on call drop was Rs 1 lakh per violation and could go up to Rs 2 lakh in case of third subsequent violation . "The average taken at circle level would hide many things". The remaining factors include many users using the network at a time, subscribers being indoor or outdoor and issues with handset could also be the reason for call drops .
  • Fast foods next on menu in childhood obesity fight

    Fast foods next on menu in childhood obesity fight

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    The new targets would be voluntary to start, Lemon said. By looking at the calorie content of food products, not just sugar, United Kingdom regulators are broadening their approach to obesity. The Obesity Health Alliance (OHA), a coalition of more than 40 leading health charities, medical colleges and campaign groups, said that "despite some good progress", more needs to be done.
  • Gordhan's Application Against Gupta-Owned Companies Dismissed By High Court

    Gordhan's Application Against Gupta-Owned Companies Dismissed By High Court

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    The court has dismissed with costs Gordhan's application for a declaratory order to state that the minister can't get involved in Gupta bank fight. "We are also of the view that we have a proactive and efficient bank regulator and a Financial Intelligence Centre office that is diligent in overseeing efforts to combat financial crime‚" Basa said.
  • Hargreaves Lansdown PLC (LON:HL) Given Add Rating at Numis Securities Ltd

    Hargreaves Lansdown PLC (LON:HL) Given Add Rating at Numis Securities Ltd

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    Liberum Capital reaffirmed a "hold" rating and issued a GBX 1,400 ($18.17) price objective on shares of Close Brothers Group plc in a report on Friday, May 19th. As per Friday, July 29, the company rating was maintained by Stifel Nicolaus. Robert W. Baird downgraded Caterpillar Inc. Morgan Stanley has 0.1% invested in Eli Lilly and Co (NYSE:LLY) for 4.03 million shares.
  • Staffer of 5-star hotel molested by security manager in Delhi's Aerocity

    Staffer of 5-star hotel molested by security manager in Delhi's Aerocity

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    After a 40-minute wait, she was handed a termination notice. The man who assaulted her, the hotel's security manager, was suspended.He was arrested today, almost three weeks after the incident, as the CCTV footage was looped on channels.The security manager had allegedly also grabbed the woman after she left for home, and tried to pull her into his vehicle twice.Yesterday, when the woman reported for her shift at the guest relations department, she was asked to meet with the Human Resources ...
  • Vaping is encouraging children to start smoking

    Vaping is encouraging children to start smoking

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    From those who had tried, the details on the frequency of cigarette use were also collected. Teenagers who had tried e-cigarettes were four times more likely to have started using cigarettes a year later, compared to those who had not tried e-cigarettes.
  • Tina Fey Stress-Eats A Cake While Blasting Trump On 'Weekend Update'

    Tina Fey Stress-Eats A Cake While Blasting Trump On 'Weekend Update'

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    The two presidents rose from the dead to defend themselves against President Trump's comparison of them to Robert E. Lee; the removal of the Confederate general's statue in Charlottesville, Virginia sparked a protest by white nationalists over the weekend, which eventually erupted into violence , leaving one counter-protestor dead and 19 more injured.
  • Mixed reaction to Paladino's removal from school board

    Mixed reaction to Paladino's removal from school board

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    Paladino, who worked on President Donald Trump's campaign, told a local arts newspaper in December that he wished Obama would die of mad cow disease. But Elia's decision -and the school board's request - was not based on Paladino's racially charged remarks about the Obamas.
  • Rescue Hyderabad minor from Omani sheikh: Maneka Gandhi to Sushma Swaraj

    Rescue Hyderabad minor from Omani sheikh: Maneka Gandhi to Sushma Swaraj

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    Maneka Gandhi has also asked the Hyderabad's Police Commissioner of Police investigate the case and identify the persons who forced this illegal marriage. The minister has also asked the National Protection of Child Rights (NPCR) to contact the family of the minor girl. Police has registered a case against Sikander, his wife, the Omani national and two of Sikander's friends for cheating and criminal intimidation.
  • Man dies after police launch murder investigation into missing woman's disappearance

    Man dies after police launch murder investigation into missing woman's disappearance

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    A search operation was launched by Major Crime Police, the Barossa Local Service Area, the STAR Group and Mounted Operations, alongside the police helicopter and State Emergency Service (SES) volunteers. Tanja Ebert with her sons. "During the course of the afternoon police momentarily lost sight of Michael and very shortly later heard a muffle gunshot.and found him dead a short distance from the home", Det Supt Bray said in a media conference, reports The Daily Mail .
  • What's 'alt-left'? Experts say it's 'made-up term'

    What's 'alt-left'? Experts say it's 'made-up term'

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    On Tuesday, President Donald Trump launched a passionate defense of white supremacists who attended a rally in Charlottesville, Virginia , arguing that there was blame to be found on "both sides ". "In fact, law enforcement was standing passively by, seeming to be waiting for violence to take place", the ACLU said, "so that they would have grounds to declare an emergency, declare an "unlawful assembly" and clear the area".
  • Pfizer gets FDA nod for lymphoid leukemia drug

    Pfizer gets FDA nod for lymphoid leukemia drug

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    For approval the authorities were submitted a trail results that included 326 patients with relapsed or refractory B-cell ALL. Inotuzumab ozogamicin's mechanism of action remains unknown, but investigator hypothesize that the drug binds B-cell ALL cancer cells that express CD22 antigen, allowing a covalently linked toxin to penetrate the cells, inhibit their growth, and induce cell death.
  • With World Cup interest, is Regina ready to be a host city?

    With World Cup interest, is Regina ready to be a host city?

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    The United Bid Committee will consider 49 stadiums for inclusion in their official bid for the tournament, due to be submitted to Federation Internationale de Football Association by March of next year. More than 41,000 fans attended the August match. Minneapolis is getting into the running to play host to World Cup soccer. The last time the U.S.
  • Tech Companies Crackdown On White Supremacist Websites

    Tech Companies Crackdown On White Supremacist Websites

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    In a blog post yesterday, the company's CEO, Matthew Prince , announced it had terminated all services provided to the Daily Stormer . One of Cloudflare's most popular services is DDoS protection, which prevents sites experiencing huge influxes of traffic from getting overwhelmed and knocked offline.
  • Rick Scott to have lunch with President Donald Trump on Thursday

    Rick Scott to have lunch with President Donald Trump on Thursday

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    Scott's lunch with the president is at the Trump National Golf Course in Bedminster. "Governor Scott wants to do all he can to protect Florida's environment and President Trump is very supportive to help". "You can't change history, but you can learn from it. Robert E Lee, Stonewall Jackson -- who's next, Washington, Jefferson? Governor Scott was exclusively there to promote Florida", asserted Scott's Communications Director John Tupps .
  • Family's dogs save children from copperhead

    Family's dogs save children from copperhead

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    Slayer and Paco knew something was wrong when they saw a copperhead snake dangerously close to their human counterparts. But a copperhead snake was nearby and, unbeknownst to the grandmother, about to strike. The incident happened in Thonotosassa, Florida where Melissa Butt said she saw her dogs oddly looking into the grass, she told CBS News . Animal rescue group Frankie's Friends stepped in to help with some emergency fundraising that was able to cover the cost of the life-saving ...
  • Scientists Spot Stage 1 Cancers Via Blood Test

    Scientists Spot Stage 1 Cancers Via Blood Test

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    In addition to being a researcher at Johns Hopkins, Velculescu is a cofounder of Personal Genome Diagnostics, a private liquid biopsy company. Blood tests for cancer are a growing part of clinical oncology but remain in the early stages of development as sometimes screening tests are not specific enough and flag genetic mistakes in the masses of DNA circulating in a blood sample.
  • Mosquitoes test positive for virus in 12 towns

    Mosquitoes test positive for virus in 12 towns

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    For human case information, contact Contra Costa Health Services at 888-959-9911. A pool of mosquitoes collected in Warren tested positive for West Nile Virus, the Rhode Island Department of Health confirmed Thursday. Public health suggests wearing a long-sleeved shirt and trousers, especially in mosquito-prone areas, as well as wearing bug repellent containing DEET.
  • Researchers unlock possible peanut allergy cure

    Researchers unlock possible peanut allergy cure

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    The researchers said that the study of Murdoch provides "important evidence that a cure may be possible respect the peanut allergy ". It involves children being given a combination of the probiotic Lactobacillus rhamnosus , a bacteria commonly found in healthy female genital tracts and yogurt and dairy products, and a peanut protein.
  • Federal funding awarded to Utah Health Centers

    Federal funding awarded to Utah Health Centers

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    The U.S. Department of Health and Human Services announced almost $105 million has been awarded to 1,333 health centers in all U.S. states, territories, and Washington, D.C., "as an investment in quality improvement, building upon their 2016 achievements".
  • Swine flu death toll reaches 230, state seeks central aid

    Swine flu death toll reaches 230, state seeks central aid

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    As per a statement issued by the government yesterday, swine flu has killed 208 people in Gujarat since January this year and 994 patients infected with H1N1 virus were undergoing treatment in hospitals. While disclosing this on Thursday, Punjab Health and Family Welfare minister, Brahm Mohindra said that the reported cases in the past few days is not a normal and usual trend.
  • People injure themselves grooming pubic hair 25 percent of the time

    People injure themselves grooming pubic hair 25 percent of the time

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    The weighted rate of injury in this group was 25.6%. Repeated high-frequency injuries also were more likely among men who removed all hair more than 11 times compared to those who did not (adjusted OR = 3.89; P .001). MAIN OUTCOMES AND MEASURES Grooming-related injury history (yes or no), high-frequency injuries ( 5 lifetime injuries), and injury requiring medical attention.