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During his earlier visits to poll-bound Karnataka , Mr Shah had made it a point to visit a number of prominent seers heading maths belonging to various religious caste groups in the state and later tried to strike the emotional chord by visiting the homes of BJP and other pro-Hindu activists who were allegedly murdered by pro minority group activists like SDPI and PFI.
  • This is the first man to have three faces

    This is the first man to have three faces

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    Jérôme Hamon, 43, from Brittany, had the transplant during a 22-hour operation at the Georges-Pompidou European Hospital in Paris in mid-January after two months in intensive care without a face. Yes, we can re-transplant and this is what you get!' The face has yet to fully align with his skull, which will happen over time. Everyone at the hospital "was blown away by Jerome's courage, his will, his strength of character in a tragic situation".
  • Many injured, vehicle smashed as Shiites protest in Abuja

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    The group leader has been in government detention for over two years following a clash between the sect and the Nigerian Army in Kaduna. The Federal Capital Territory Police Commissioner had last week also banned the group them from embarking on protests in the Abuja after sighting them took over Unity Fountain during their rally and sit-out.
  • India's charge of inciting Sikh pilgrims wrong, says Pakistan

    India's charge of inciting Sikh pilgrims wrong, says Pakistan

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    Also, the MEA added, "The team could not meet the pilgrims on their arrival at Wagah Railway Station on April 12". In August past year, a parliamentary standing committee headed by former Union minister Shashi Tharoor in its report presented in the Lok Sabha had said, "The committee visited Dera Baba Nanak and came across the long-pending demand of people for establishment of an exclusive corridor from the Indian side to Gurdwara Kartarpur Sahib through which pilgrims can pay homage without ...
  • Coles County Health Department joins in message about romaine lettuce risk

    Coles County Health Department joins in message about romaine lettuce risk

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    State health officials are advising DE residents to avoid eating chopped romaine lettuce, as several nearby states including Pennsylvania have seen E. At this time, there is no common grower, supplier, distributor or brand that has been identified. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention , salmonella causes about 1.2 million illnesses, 23,000 hospitalizations and 450 deaths every year in the U.S.
  • Cuomo favorability low, but he remains strong vs. Nixon

    Cuomo favorability low, but he remains strong vs. Nixon

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    Among Democrats, one-third view her favorably, 23% unfavorably and 44% had no opinion. Cuomo last had such low numbers in July 2015, Siena said. In the new poll, his lead stands at 58 percent to 27 percent for Nixon among registered Democrats.
  • Party drug ketamine has 'fast-acting benefits' for depression

    Party drug ketamine has 'fast-acting benefits' for depression

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    It was funded by Janssen Research and Development, LLC. But the sedative has also been abused by partygoers, enough to be considered a " date rape drug " alongside Rohypnol. People who got placebo showed better results after 25 days. The rapidity of the ketamine treatment is of particular interest as most antidepressants take more than a month to become fully effective.
  • Lab baboons break out of Texas medical research centre

    Lab baboons break out of Texas medical research centre

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    They were out and about for twenty to thirty minutes before an animal capture team caught up with them. Said John Bernal, DVM, attending veterinarian at SNPRC. None of the baboons were hurt during the escape, according to the station. They figured out that if they rolled the barrels to an upright position near the fence and climbed on top of them, they could get out.
  • Assad calls Syria air strikes act of 'American aggression'

    Assad calls Syria air strikes act of 'American aggression'

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    On " Fox News Sunday ", Haley said the term "mission accomplished" had different definitions in military and political circles. "We'll see how smart he is", Haley said. The OPCW itself had declared that the Syrian regime's chemical weapons stockpile had been removed in 2014, only to confirm later that sarin was used in a 2017 attack in the northern town of Khan Sheikhun.
  • Prolonged Sitting Can Diminish Part of Your Brain Responsible For Storing Memories

    Prolonged Sitting Can Diminish Part of Your Brain Responsible For Storing Memories

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    With every hour of sitting every day, there was an observed reduction in brain density, inning accordance with the research study. "Thus, the finding that more sedentary time is associated with less thickness in MTL is clinically relevant", the authors wrote, adding that this behavior may be "a possible target for interventions created to improve brain health" for adults who were middle-aged and older adults.
  • Consulta LTD Decreased Its Nike INC (NKE) Stake as Shares Rose

    Consulta LTD Decreased Its Nike INC (NKE) Stake as Shares Rose

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    The stock decreased 0.23% or $0.1 during the last trading session, reaching $42.75. About 3.03M shares traded. (NYSE:JPM) has risen 23.99% since April 16, 2017 and is uptrending. Also, Chairman Mark G. Parker sold 135,000 shares of Nike stock in a transaction on Tuesday, February 27th. 74,278 shares valued at $4.75M were sold by Slusher John F on Friday, January 5.
  • First Foundation (FFWM) Shares Drop -0.98%

    First Foundation (FFWM) Shares Drop -0.98%

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    The bank reported $0.17 earnings per share (EPS) for the quarter. Earnings reports have the ability to influence stock prices dramatically. UBS Group AG (UBS ) is a publicly traded company, but investing for the sake of investing is not enough.
  • National Football League takes first-ever step to ban some helmets after testing

    National Football League takes first-ever step to ban some helmets after testing

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    Six of the substandard helmets are prohibited immediately, while the other four may be worn by players who were using them in 2017 but not by new players. The details of enforcement of the rule, hailed by National Football League rule-makers as a significant change created to take players' use of the helmet as a weapon out of the sport, are being worked out and are to be completed at next month's meeting of the owners in Atlanta.
  • Braun Stacey Associates Inc. Has $12.27 Million Holdings in AbbVie Inc. (ABBV)

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    It has outperformed by 27.65% the S&P500. Thomas Ellis increased its stake in Brookdale Sr Living Inc (BKD) by 274.86% based on its latest 2017Q4 regulatory filing with the SEC. (NYSE: ABBV ) or 7,566 shares. Wealthtrust Fairport Ltd Company stated it has 1.1% in AbbVie Inc . (NYSE:UPS). Paloma Prns Mgmt, a Connecticut-based fund reported 78,273 shares.
  • Cancer Australia launches Lung Cancer Framework

    Cancer Australia launches Lung Cancer Framework

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    The Phase 3 clinical trial followed more than 600 patients split into two groups: one that was given Keytruda with a standard chemotherapy treatment and a control group that only received the chemotherapy. The result is yet another notch in the belt of immunotherapies that are quickly moving from research labs into clinics, with exciting results for many cancers.
  • Mum to testify at her own murder trial from beyond the grave

    Mum to testify at her own murder trial from beyond the grave

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    Judy was rushed to the hospital with fourth- and third-degree burns on approximately 90 percent of her body. Judy Malinowski, 33, was torched by her boyfriend, Michael Slager. He just stood there and did nothing. Judy lost both of her ears and two fingers in the attack and was left with open wounds on her back and buttocks.
  • Fortis stock slumps 2% after IHH flags logjam

    Fortis stock slumps 2% after IHH flags logjam

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    The development assumes significance as the company on April 14 said that it has received "an unsolicited non-binding expression of interest (EoI)" from IHH Healthcare Berhad for a possible due diligence and participation. On the other hand, Fortis Healthcare stated that "the Board of Directors of the Company have not yet made a decision". "In response to the letter, the board of Fortis has indicated its inability to engage with IHH.at this juncture, IHH has not entered into any ...
  • Coli outbreak traced to romaine lettuce

    Coli outbreak traced to romaine lettuce

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    The Centers for Disease Control says a multistate E. coli outbreak that has sickened almost three dozen people is linked to lettuce grown in Arizona. Most strains of E.coli are harmless but O157:H7 is known to cause more severe illness. "Anyone experiencing symptoms of this illness should see a healthcare provider".
  • State police continue plane crash investigation

    State police continue plane crash investigation

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    Steep terrain and weather conditions complicated rescue efforts. Sgt. Orlando Moreno with Texas Department of Public Safety said that the fire that started from the crash didn't spread because it wasn't very windy Sunday morning. Medina Co.is now handling the plane crash since the site is just across the line in Medina County . Editor's Note: This is a developing story , we are working to get more information and will bring you updates here on NBC29.com.
  • Delhi man posed as AIIMS doctor to speed up sister's treatment

    Delhi man posed as AIIMS doctor to speed up sister's treatment

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    Khurram, a native of Sitamarhi, Bihar, was attending to his sister being treated at AIIMS, but was apparently unsatisfied with the slow pace. A diary that is issued only to the doctors was also found with the fraud . The police, however, said Khurram had no criminal record. "To some, he would claim that he was a junior resident doctor while to junior resident doctors, he would introduce himself as an undergraduate medical student", the newspaper reported.