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These characters were originally played by Ensel Algort and Shailene Woodley respectively. Confirming the same Mukesh Chabbra the director of the film said "Yes, I am on board for The Fault in Our Stars remake". He also affirmed Sushant Singh Rajput playing the leading man in the film while announcing that they were still in the process of searching the heroine.
  • Five Ways to Stay Healthy During Flu Season

    Five Ways to Stay Healthy During Flu Season

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    Also, ageing decreases the body's ability to have a good immune response after getting influenza vaccine. The fall season often brings along bouts of the flu for many people. The CDC recommends everyone six months or older gets the vaccine, especially those who are at a greater risk for flu-related complications such as older adults, pregnant women and young children.
  • Woman captures horrifying moments of street harassment with Instagram selfies

    Woman captures horrifying moments of street harassment with Instagram selfies

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    In the final post of the month, she wrote: "My month of posts has ended, but it doesn't mean that catcallers are in the past as well". Taking the cognizance of daily harassment on street, a student from Amsterdam has got herself a month long project, where she takes selfies with every man who harasses her in the street and then posts it on Instagram.
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    United Nations fears "further exodus" of Muslim Rohingya from Myanmar

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    Bangladesh will expand a massive settlement under construction in its southernmost district to house 900,000 Rohingya Muslims, a minister said Thursday, putting it on track to rival the world's largest refugee camps. The United Nations (UN) has slammed Myanmar's refusal to grant humanitarian access to Rakhine State as "unacceptable", saying the flight of terror-hit Rohingya Muslims out of the region continues.
  • CytomX Therapeutics' (CTMX) Outperform Rating Reaffirmed at Cowen and Company

    CytomX Therapeutics' (CTMX) Outperform Rating Reaffirmed at Cowen and Company

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    The stock was sold at an average price of $17.17, for a total transaction of $42,925.00. The stock of CytomX Therapeutics Inc (NASDAQ: CTMX ) is a huge mover today! The stock is trading $16.01 its 50-day moving average by -7.08%. Redmile Group LLC now owns 698,392 shares of the biotechnology company's stock valued at $10,825,000 after buying an additional 16,500 shares in the last quarter.
  • Chippewa Falls

    Chippewa Falls "Paints the Town Pink" for breast cancer awareness

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    For more information about the OBSP, visit www.whgh.ca under the services tab. However, help came through Breast Care International (BCI), a breast cancer based NGO which supported her until she recovered. Early detection is the key to fighting this disease and, thanks to Medicaid expansion more than 22,000 additional Louisiana women have had breast cancer screenings and 225 have been diagnosed.
  • Regular-season game at Raymond James Stadium a first for Tom Brady

    Regular-season game at Raymond James Stadium a first for Tom Brady

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    New England's defense can be blamed for the 2-2 start this season. Tom Brady is the measuring stick. "I'm thinking, what am I going to say to him when I see him and meet him?'" The third-year pro often speaks of having aspirations to someday be recognized as the best to ever play his position.
  • Las Vegas Shooter Targeted Aviation Fuel Tanks

    Las Vegas Shooter Targeted Aviation Fuel Tanks

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    One of the bullets penetrated the tank but did not cause a fire or explosion, according to a report by the Las Vegas Review-Journal. Several airplane hangars and bases of private aircraft companies are also close to the tanks. A source knowledgeable about airport operations said jet fuel is hard to ignite and tanks like those across from Mandalay Bay have mechanisms in place to prevent fires.
  • Hundreds Line Up to Give Blood for Las Vegas Shooting Victims

    Hundreds Line Up to Give Blood for Las Vegas Shooting Victims

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    Las Vegas residents are stepping up to help victims of the deadliest mass shooting in modern USA history. As always, those located outside Nevada who wish to donate blood can visit the American Red Cross website and enter their zip code to find the nearest blood drive.
  • Germany end Northern Ireland's unbeaten home record

    Germany end Northern Ireland's unbeaten home record

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    No other team in qualifying had found a way past this Northern Ireland defence. Michael O'Neill's men last lost a qualifier in Belfast to Portugal in September 2013 when Cristiano Ronaldo scored a hat-trick and, while they were undone by arguably the world's best player that night, they were beaten 3-1 here by perhaps the planet's finest worldwide team.
  • Saudis on blacklist for child-killing in Yemen

    Saudis on blacklist for child-killing in Yemen

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    One lists parties that recruit, use, kill, maim, rape, sexually abuse or abduct children in armed conflict or attack schools and hospitals and have taken no action to improve the protection of children. The draft, leaked to Reuters, attributed 683 child casualties to the coalition. The Saudi U.N. ambassador, Abdallah Al-Mouallimi, declined to comment until the report is officially issued.
  • Goods & Services Deficit Narrowed by $1.2 Billion in August

    Goods & Services Deficit Narrowed by $1.2 Billion in August

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    Year-to-date, however, the trade deficit has risen faster than it did over the same period last year, increasing by $29.1 billion, or 8.8 percent, over the first eight months of 2016. The U.S. economy has run trade deficits for decades, during both economic expansions and recessions, which economists say reflects the fact that Americans consume more than they produce relative to the rest of the world.
  • Take full control from the start, Pinnick tells Eagles ahead Zambia clash

    Take full control from the start, Pinnick tells Eagles ahead Zambia clash

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    Nigeria will face former African champions Zambia in Uyo on Saturday, October 7, and a victory for the Super Eagles will give them the ticket to represent Africa at the 2018 World Cup in Russian Federation. The Super Eagles on Thursday trained with the full complement of the invited 23 players in the rain at the training pitch of the Godswill Akpabio International Stadium in Uyo.
  • Year-old girl raped by a staffer at south Delhi school

    Year-old girl raped by a staffer at south Delhi school

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    The parents then reached the school and confronted the principal following which the police was called in. As per the child's father, the woman employee, who was supposed to assist children, was not in the washroom when the incident happened.