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No EVMs Tampered With in Gujarat Assembly Elections: CEC

No EVMs Tampered With in Gujarat Assembly Elections: CEC

While Hardik Patel in Press conference claiming EVM tampering in Surat, Rajkot and Ahmedabad with highlighting the reason for very less gap between the BJP-Congress votes. Hardik said that around ...

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Procession to be held Sunday for fallen firefighter

Procession to be held Sunday for fallen firefighter

CalFire says that 757 homes have been destroyed since the wildfire began on December 4. An autopsy found Cory Iverson died from burns and smoke inhalation. Cory Iverson, a 32-year-old CalFire e...

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Drug tycoon Barry Sherman found dead with wife

Drug tycoon Barry Sherman found dead with wife

They are survived by their four children, including one who just gave them a grandchild. Canadian Business magazine estimated Mr Sherman to be worth $4.77 billion Canadian (US$3.65 billion), making ...

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Sex between snow monkeys and sika deer may be 'new behavioural tradition'

Sex between snow monkeys and sika deer may be 'new behavioural tradition'

Whether this is a "short-lived fad" or the beginning of a "cultural phenomenon" also is hard to tell without further research, the authors wrote. The study said: "The monkey-deer sexual interactio...

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California Department of Public Health: cellphone radiation is harmful

California Department of Public Health: cellphone radiation is harmful

But there's an ongoing discussion in the scientific community about whether those health risks are severe enough to warrant any alarm. The guidelines, which come from the California Department of P...

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Cam Newton comes up big amid Panthers' off-field issues

Cam Newton comes up big amid Panthers' off-field issues

After not catching a pass last week against the Vikings, Olsen had nine catches for 116 yards and a touchdown Sunday. Cam Newton came out firing against the Green Bay Packers and Aaron Rodgers ...

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There's no delusions of grandeur at Burnley - Sean Dyche

There's no delusions of grandeur at Burnley - Sean Dyche

Sean Dyche pledges there will be no "swaggering" from Burnley despite the club's lofty position of sixth in the Premier League . Ashley Barnes , Wellss fellow substitute, scored the victor in th...

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Victims of sports doctor Larry Nassar to address Michigan State University board

Victims of sports doctor Larry Nassar to address Michigan State University board

Simon addressed the women who have spoken out about Nassar during Friday's meeting and said she and the board of trustees have made changes in the way sexual assault allegations are reported and handl...

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A very sad news for Sunny Leone's fans in Bengaluru

A very sad news for Sunny Leone's fans in Bengaluru

However, this was not Sunny's first visit Bengaluru . Karnataka Rakshana Vedika Yuva Sena Sangham has called for a protest near Manyatha Tech Park. He has suggested the organisers to replace Sunny'...

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CAIT demands deferring of e-way Bill from February to April 1

CAIT demands deferring of e-way Bill from February to April 1

The rules governing the compulsory implementation of the e-way bill system across India for inter-state movement of goods will be notified on February 1, 2018. States are reported to have raised conce...

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El Salvador court jails woman 30 years for having abortion

El Salvador court jails woman 30 years for having abortion

Prosecutors said Teodora Vasquez strangled the baby after it was born in 2007. According to a report by Jesselyn Cook for HuffPost on Thursday, Vasquez, 34, was pregnant in 2007 when she faint...

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Trump Bans Words

Trump Bans Words "Transgender", "Diversity", From CDC Documents

The analyst who provided this info to the Post also explained that they had been given some alternate phrases for some of the words. The analysts were not told why those specific words were being ba...

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Drinking Tea Daily Could Bring Down Risk of Glaucoma

Drinking Tea Daily Could Bring Down Risk of Glaucoma

The researchers looked at data from the 2005-2006 National Health and Nutrition Examination Survey (NHANES) in the US. This is a nationally representative annual survey of around 10,000 people that ...

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Overall teen drug use is down, but marijuana and vaping are up

Overall teen drug use is down, but marijuana and vaping are up

It surveyed more than 43,000 eighth, 10th and 12th graders across the country in early 2017 about their use of drugs and other substances in the past year. Vaping involves using an electronic cigarett...

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Man Flu is Real, Researcher Says Men Experience Worse Symptoms of Cold

Man Flu is Real, Researcher Says Men Experience Worse Symptoms of Cold

But now a Canadian scientist has argued that man flu is real and offers possible explanations as to why. Furthermore, Sue also suggests that men are more susceptible to complications and have high...

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Baby born with heart outside her body expected to survive

Baby born with heart outside her body expected to survive

Three weeks after her premature birth, Vanellope has survived three operations to move her heart inside her chest. Experts, including the consultant cardiologist, have said they do not know of anoth...

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November wholesale inflation at 3.93% vs 3.59% in October

November wholesale inflation at 3.93% vs 3.59% in October

The rate of inflation based on WPI Food Index consisting of "Food Articles" from Primary Articles group and "Food Product" from Manufactured Products group increased from 3.23 percent in October, 2017...

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Local Christmas Bird Counts begin December 15

Local Christmas Bird Counts begin December 15

Participants may also count birds at their home feeders by pre-registering and requesting a tally sheet. Everyone is welcome to participate in the count, including beginning birders to experts. Unable...

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Discarded phones, computers and electronics behind world's fastest growing waste problem

Discarded phones, computers and electronics behind world's fastest growing waste problem

Experts foresee e-waste increasing a further 17 per cent to 52.2 million metric tonnes by 2021. "The Global E-Waste Monitor 2017 represents a significant effort in the right direction and ISWA wil...

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British surgeon caught burning initials into patients' livers

British surgeon caught burning initials into patients' livers

Argon is normally used to stop livers bleeding during operations, by sealing blood vessels together using an electric beam. The marks left by an argon do not negatively affect the organ's function i...

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MIT scientists borrow from fireflies to make glowing plants

MIT scientists borrow from fireflies to make glowing plants

Glowing plants might sound like the stuff of science fiction - but a team of MIT researchers just grew a crop of watercress that emits emit dim light for nearly four hours. Particles releasing luci...

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Marshall Faulk and Others Suspended by ESPN and NFL Network

Marshall Faulk and Others Suspended by ESPN and NFL Network

Other former players named in this suit include Heath Evans and Ike Taylor, whom with Faulk were suspended by the network, as well as Eric Davis and Donovan McNabb, who are now working for ESPN. She a...

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Miracle baby born with heart outside body due to extremely rare condition

Miracle baby born with heart outside body due to extremely rare condition

Her parents, Naomi Findlay, 31, and Dean Wilkins, 43, from Nottingham, say Vanellope is "a real fighter". Dr. Nick Moore said the baby is in the hospital's pediatric intensive care unit. Vanellope -...

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Influenza now

Influenza now "prevalent" in New York State, state health commissioner says

According to the CDC, a year ago in 2016, only 41.6 percent of people in Louisiana got a flu vaccine. But because the flu can be deadly to all ages, and the vaccine can be life-saving, we chose to ver...

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Egyptian singer Shyma jailed over racy video for 'inciting debauchery'

Egyptian singer Shyma jailed over racy video for 'inciting debauchery'

Little-known Egyptian singer Shaimaa Ahmed - or Shyma - has been sentenced to two years in prison and was fined EGP 10,000 after she had been charged with inciting debauchery for her music video c...

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