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The company has also partnered with the National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI) to ensure the information shared in the Google Search depression questionnaire is accurate. An accompanying "Knowledge Panel" gives general information about depression, its symptoms, treatment options and information on the potential need for an in-person evaluation.
  • Government rules out need for a new law on triple talaq

    Government rules out need for a new law on triple talaq

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    In a press conference on Thursday, the group said that the verdict breached the hegemony of ulemas. Ahead of the verdict, she had said that Muslim divorces should be in accordance with Sharia law, reports Aaj Tak. "Any attempt to trample upon that should not be condoned". OneIndia spoke to several legal experts who pointed out that the Muslim women who have challenged their divorce granted through instant triple talaq would have their marriages restored.
  • Red Cross offers training for those wanting to become volunteers

    Red Cross offers training for those wanting to become volunteers

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    This weekend's classes focus one of the activities most needed during and after a disaster - how to operate a shelter. Three others will leave Friday morning and another 100 are on standby. Louise O'Donnell and Leslie Gilbert aren't expecting to head to Texas, but the two nurse volunteers have responded to natural disasters in the past.
  • Barcelona attack driver still at large, identity confirmed

    Barcelona attack driver still at large, identity confirmed

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    Some were wearing what appeared to be explosive belts, although Catalan Interior Minister Joaquim Forn later said they were fake. It is a high explosive that is much more powerful than that used in the April 2013 Boston bombings that killed three people and wounded more than 250 others.
  • Jack Wilshere's ban is reduced to two games

    Jack Wilshere's ban is reduced to two games

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    The midfielder has attracted interest from both English and foreign clubs this summer but Wenger said last week that he expects Wilshere to be at the Emirates this season. Wenger, though, made it clear at his news conference on Thursday that he won't hold Wilshere's latest transgression against him. In other news, Wenger has said that a deal to bring Monaco's Thomas Lemar to the club is "dead", effectively because they have sold too many players, as tweeted out by the Evening Standard's ...
  • Medtronic plc (MDT) Q1 Profit Beats, But Revenue Misses

    Medtronic plc (MDT) Q1 Profit Beats, But Revenue Misses

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    According to the Minneapolis Star-Tribune , analysts have estimated that the recent week-long outage of a critical computer system, along with the diabetes sensor supply problems, knocked about $70 million off Medtronic's sales for the quarter.
  • Last US county gets insurer for health exchange — APNewsBreak

    Last US county gets insurer for health exchange — APNewsBreak

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    Every person looking to buy coverage on the ACA marketplace in OH and nationwide will have at least one health insurance option. Although every USA county will have an ACA option in 2018, the uncertain political environment surrounding healthcare means there is no guarantee those counties will have an option the following year.
  • Wayne Rooney, England's record-breaker who divided opinion

    Wayne Rooney, England's record-breaker who divided opinion

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    Rooney is England's all-time leading scorer with 53 goals, more than Bobby Charlton, Gary Lineker and Jimmy Greaves could muster, while his 119 appearances make him his country's most capped out-field player ahead of the likes of Bobby Moore and David Beckham.
  • Qantas: non-stop Sydney, Melbourne to London, New York by 2022

    Qantas: non-stop Sydney, Melbourne to London, New York by 2022

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    Qantas CEO Alan Joyce will formally launch the ambitious initiative at today's declaration of the airline's 2017 financial results, where it's expected to list a pre-tax profit around $1.4 billion - the second largest in its history. Qantas is pushing the planemakers hard on a stretch goal of completing the Sydney-London flight with 300 seats to give it the highest possible revenue and fleet flexibility.
  • Two Florida players, one already on suspension, cited for drug possession

    Two Florida players, one already on suspension, cited for drug possession

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    Receiver James Robinson and linebacker Ventrell Miller , both Freshmen, were caught with weed in their on-campus apartments early Monday morning. The citations are both misdemeanors for marijuana possession, according to the report. An on-call dean was then notified. Miller is one of the seven players suspended for the MI game for reported misuse of student aid debit cards. Those players supposedly misused school-issued funds that were for specific use.
  • Hurricane Harvey 2017: Full List Of School Closings

    Hurricane Harvey 2017: Full List Of School Closings

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    As a result, the district made the decision to postpone the first day. So we don't want anyone risking themselves. If you'd like to receive text updates and weather alerts from the school district, text "YES" to 68453. Floresville ISD has canceled all after-school activities including practice and games for Friday and Saturday. The TSTC administration has chose to close all TSTC student services on the Harlingen campus by noon today, and the campus will remain closed for business through ...
  • Drew County Deputy killed in vehicle crash

    Drew County Deputy killed in vehicle crash

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    Braden had been with the Drew County Sheriff's Department for less than a year. "All area officers are saddened by Deputy Braden's death, and our prayers go out to his family and friends". Vincent is being held on charges of first-degree murder, fleeing, possession of schedule VI controlled substances and drug paraphernalia, records show.
  • McDonald's Expands Their Antibiotic Ban For Chicken

    McDonald's Expands Their Antibiotic Ban For Chicken

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    McDonald's is expanding its antibiotic chicken policy and taking it to locations around the globe. The Oak Brook-based burger chain, which has 14,000 USA restaurants and 36,000 locations worldwide, a year ago phased out that type of chicken meat in the U.S.
  • Roberto Carlos faces three months in jail

    Roberto Carlos faces three months in jail

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    The 44-year-old owes his ex-partner Barbara Thurler 61,000 reais (around 20,000 USA dollars), according to documents lodged with the Itaperuna family court in Rio de Janeiro state. However, Carlos' lawyer, Fernando Pittner , said the matter would be resolved without his client going to jail. Since retiring he has been an ambassador for Real in Asia and Oceania, and recently became a father for the ninth time with current wife Mariana Lucon.
  • ND Health Department reports year's first West Nile death

    ND Health Department reports year's first West Nile death

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    The West Nile virus has been reported in 29 human cases in 16 counties this year, according to the NDDoH. "This death is a tragic reminder of how unsafe West Nile virus can be". Install or fix screens on windows and doors to keep mosquitoes out of the home. About one in 150 people infected will develop severe illness. West Nile virus can cause West Nile fever, a mild form of the illness, which can include fever, headache, body aches, swollen lymph glands or a rash.
  • Illegal casino busted: 5 policemen suspended for 'negligence'

    Illegal casino busted: 5 policemen suspended for 'negligence'

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    The people present were arrested by the police while evidence like chips worth Crores was seized from the casino. Delhi Police has raided a casino illegally operating in a farmhouse and arrested 30 people including 12 businessmen in this connection on Tuesday night.
  • Charities Pull Events from Mar-a-Lago Resort

    Charities Pull Events from Mar-a-Lago Resort

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    The Unicorn Children's Foundation is a 22-year-old nonprofit focused on creating innovative programs and services to help children with disabilities. Unicorn Children's Foundation CEO Sharon Alexander said pulling their fundraiser out of Mar-a-Lago was by no means a political move. In addition, the Post reported that another charity, Palm Beach Habilitation Center, planned to hold an emergency board meeting on Wednesday to reconsider its plans to hold a luncheon at the club.
  • He Defends His Family Calling The Child 'Stubborn'!

    He Defends His Family Calling The Child 'Stubborn'!

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    Speaking to a leading publication in reference to the viral clip, Toshi said that Virat Kohli and Shikhar Dhawan don't know about Haya. According to reports, the woman in the video is her mother. I sincerely hope that the people who've watched this video help raise awareness amongst parents that this is not how you treat a kid. Likewise, Toshi Sabri clarified that Haya's nature is such that after being scolded and the next minute she runs off to play.
  • Dave Chappelle, Kevin Hart join 'Def Comedy Jam 25' lineup

    Dave Chappelle, Kevin Hart join 'Def Comedy Jam 25' lineup

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    Twenty-five years ago, Def Comedy Jam premiered on HBO . The teaser introduces a number of big names that'll be appearing, including Bill Bellamy, Cedric the Entertainer, Dave Chappelle , Mike Epps, Adele Givens, Eddie Griffin, Tiffany Haddish , Kevin Hart , Steve Harvey , D.L.
  • Middle-aged people urged to walk faster

    Middle-aged people urged to walk faster

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    The app, which has been downloaded by more than 50,000 people, encourages people to do at least one Active 10 a day, and users can set their own goals as they build towards the 150 minutes a week of moderate exercise recommended by the Chief Medical Officer (CMO).
  • Cops: Child Found Dead After Couple Put Mattress Over Crib

    Cops: Child Found Dead After Couple Put Mattress Over Crib

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    They say it was determined that the boy suffocated. A Pennsylvania couple was arrested and charged with involuntary manslaughter Wednesday in connection with the death of their 2-year-old son in April. Lebanon County district attorney Dave Arnolds told WGAL that he "got himself trapped with this contraption" and suffocated. Fox News reports that his head became lodged between the weighted down mattress and the crib.