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John's Hospital. Police say that it may not be a robbery attempt as his wallet, mobile phone or other valuables were not missing from the crime scene. "As Karthik is a familiar face in the police department due to his criminal history, the three police teams went to nab him", said an officer on part of the investigations.
  • Northam, Gillespie trade jabs during final gubernatorial debate

    Northam, Gillespie trade jabs during final gubernatorial debate

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    Libertarian Cliff Hyra was not included but tweeted during the debate. Leaders with the school said that the debate is the first of its kind to take place in far Southwest Virginia. "I don't see it as a tipping point one way or the other", UVA professor Larry Sabato said. Virginia's swing state status has led to intense national interest, with President Donald Trump recently weighing in on Twitter to attack Northam and urge voters to support Gillespie.
  • 3 new cases of West Nile virus reported in Mississippi

    3 new cases of West Nile virus reported in Mississippi

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    Health officials say, when the virus is detected in chickens, that means humans could be at risk, as well, via mosquito bites. So far this year, there have been 13 cases in Hinds County; seven in Rankin County; five in Forrest County; four in Madison County; three in Lee County; and two each in Calhoun, Humphreys, Lincoln, Lowndes, Monroe and Scott counties.
  • Passive euthenasia is the law of the land, Centre tells SC

    Passive euthenasia is the law of the land, Centre tells SC

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    The bench, also comprising Justices A.K. Sikri, A.M. Khanwilkar and Ashok Bhushan, asked the government whether a medical board has been permanently constituted to take a call on passive euthanasia . He said it is contradictory that the court allows passive euthanasia but does not recognise execution of living will. Bhushan, who recounted his own personal dilemma while his mother battled terminal cancer, said the court should allow citizens to declare how they would like to be treated in ...
  • Alabama Remains Atop AP Poll, Auburn Cracks the Top Ten

    Alabama Remains Atop AP Poll, Auburn Cracks the Top Ten

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    With a trip to Happy Valley in two weeks, MI could be a non-factor in their own division by the time the Buckeyes visit Ann Arbor for the last week of the regular season. After a botched punt return attempt - of all things in this series - the Wolverines' defense narrowly missed picking up a safety on back-to-back plays.
  • Watch the 'sweet moment' when this Utah girl learned she's getting adopted

    Watch the 'sweet moment' when this Utah girl learned she's getting adopted

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    Alexander also writes that she knows the family and has watched them fight to adopt three foster children that attend the school where she works. Fisher and her husband will adopt Tannah after being her foster parents for two years. In 12 years at this job, this is by far my best moment ever! Surveillance video in the office captured the moment. "It was like 'ah!' It was like screaming", she said.
  • Commuters disappointed as Delhi Metro rides get costlier

    Commuters disappointed as Delhi Metro rides get costlier

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    Smartcard users will continue to get 10 per cent discount, so would those who use Metro during non-peak hours - between start of the Metro service till 8 am; between noon and 5 pm; and from 9 pm till the close of service. This is not a good thing. "The authorities say that the Metro is running in losses, but while travelling, we have witnessed that there is no space in the Metro to even step in".
  • $27.4 billion needed for bridges, comptroller says

    $27.4 billion needed for bridges, comptroller says

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    The highest number of "structurally deficient" local bridges were located in New York City at 86, followed by the counties of Erie at 52; Ulster at 46 and Steuben at 40. He said a new bridge will replace one on Glen Creek Road that washed out earlier this summer, while a new deck is being added to one on Garnet Lake Road and one on Harvey Road is being rehabilitated.
  • Britain prepares for war with North Korea

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    Top brass have reportedly been tasked with drawing up plans detailing how the United Kingdom would respond if a conflict broke out with wannabe warlord Kim Jong-un. A nuclear World War 3 is the stuff of most people's nightmares, but it seems that the threat of war between the United States and North Korea becomes more real every day.
  • Indian Navy discharges sailor of duty for undergoing sex reassignment surgery

    Indian Navy discharges sailor of duty for undergoing sex reassignment surgery

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    The current rules and regulations of the Indian Naval Services do not permit the sailor to continue her services due to the altered gender status. The sacked sailor had undergone the surgery in August past year at a hospital in Mumbai while on leave. However, she did point out that it is "sad and worrying that a "man" the Indian Navy deemed fit for the job of being a sailor has suddenly been declared unfit because of an organ change," .
  • Free breast cancer screenings offered at DCH hospital this month

    Free breast cancer screenings offered at DCH hospital this month

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    Ms. Patillo's breast cancer was detected after experiencing pain and insisting that physicians complete further tests to discover the root cause of pain. A striking divergence in long-term breast cancer mortality trends between black and white women emerged in the early 1980s and continued to widen over the last several decades, but recent data suggest that the racial disparity may be stabilizing.
  • Namibia: More than 100 hippos die in suspected anthrax outbreak

    Namibia: More than 100 hippos die in suspected anthrax outbreak

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    The number of deaths is 109 but they are not sure and their veterinary team is now working at the area to determine the cause of death. Scientists believe the death count was extremely high as once hippos started dying, other hippos became anthropophagist ate the corpses.
  • British Safety Council launches suite of mental health training courses

    British Safety Council launches suite of mental health training courses

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    With his mental health hindered - his personality changed and he began to refer to himself as "Neil version 1.2". World Mental Health Day 2017 will be observed on October 10 under the theme "Mental Health in the Workplace", and it is meant to draw attention to the importance of mental health and increase public awareness, as most adults spend a significant portion of their lives in the workplace.
  • Donald Trump Challenges NFL Tax Breaks

    Donald Trump Challenges NFL Tax Breaks

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    The president also took aim at ESPN anchor Jemele Hill, after the network suspended her for calling for a boycott of Dallas Cowboys sponsors over owner Jerry Jones' decision to punish players who don't stand for the anthem. Fifteen players from the 49ers were seen kneeling during the anthem, protesting for racial inequality. "I asked @VP Pence to leave stadium if any players kneeled, disrespecting our country", he tweeted.
  • School Renamed After Mohammed Salah For Guiding Egypt To Russia 2018

    School Renamed After Mohammed Salah For Guiding Egypt To Russia 2018

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    Egyptian national soccer team has qualified for the World Cup finals to be held next year in Russian Federation after beating Congolese national team with 2-1 in the Egyptian coastal city of Alexandria. Salah rose to the occasion to score a last-gasp penalty that earned the Pharaohs their qualification to the World Cup for the first time in 28 years.
  • Exxon Mobil Corporation (NYSE: XOM)

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    The Charter Trust Company holds 271,761 shares with $21.94 million value, down from 291,493 last quarter. The company declined -0.38% and closed its last trading session at $82.02. Therefore 8% are positive. Their 52-Week High and Low are noted here. The stock now has an average rating of "Hold" and an average price target of $84.75.
  • Kremlin Says Saudi Talks on S-400 Missile Systems on Track

    Kremlin Says Saudi Talks on S-400 Missile Systems on Track

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    On Thursday, Putin received the monarch in the gold-decorated St. Andrew Hall, one of the grandest spaces in the Kremlin, attended by soldiers in ceremonial dress and with an orchestra playing their countries' national anthems. It will be used to communicate with the Russian population, promote community participation, host academic discussions and introduce Saudi culture to the country via art galleries and other programmes.
  • Las Vegas goes dark in tribute to victims of mass shooting

    Las Vegas goes dark in tribute to victims of mass shooting

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    The lights were dimmed for about 10 minutes, the approximate length of the attack. Many gathered around a pile of flowers on Las Vegas Boulevard, near Mandalay Bay, as the signs darkened, the Review-Journal reports. Country music star Jason Aldean, the headliner of the Route 91 Harvest Festival that gunman Stephan Paddock fired on, visited University Medical Center on Sunday.
  • Next Weeks Broker Price Targets For Nokia Corporation (NYSE:NOK)

    Next Weeks Broker Price Targets For Nokia Corporation (NYSE:NOK)

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    However looking at valuation ratios the stock has 5 year expected PEG ratio of 0 whereas its trailing twelve month P/E ratio is 0. Several other large investors have also recently bought and sold shares of NOK . As per Thursday, May 25, the company rating was maintained by BMO Capital Markets. Nokia Corp (NYSE: NOK ) shares traded on 0.17% above secure line and closed at $5.93.
  • Keep Your Heart Healthy By Eating Bananas and Avocados

    Keep Your Heart Healthy By Eating Bananas and Avocados

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    To do so, they examined mice and gave them high-fat diets, where the critters were given either small, average and large amounts of potassium. Heart disease is the leading cause of death for both men and women in the United States, killing around in the country every year.