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Nasdaq also recruited students from the Madras campus for the first time. Moreover, in Guwahati, about 100 students saw placement so far and somewhat 263 offers were rolled out at IIT-Roorkee. In addition to the four public sector companies registered this year, around 48 start-up companies have registered for the placement process, compared to only 25 last year.
  • Maina: Permsec interior ministry says he acted in error

    Maina: Permsec interior ministry says he acted in error

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    At an investigative hearing by an ad-hoc Committee of the House of Representatives, in Abuja, on the issues surrounding the reinstatement of Maina into the federal civil service, the Permanent Secretary (PS) Ministry of Interior, and the Head of Service (HoS) to the Federation, Mrs Winifred Oyo-Ita had a minor disagreement.
  • Malcolm Jenkins explains why he puts hold on protests

    Malcolm Jenkins explains why he puts hold on protests

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    The NFL reportedly agreed to pay out $89 million to social justice causes in hopes that players will be encouraged to stop protesting during the national anthem, sources claimed Wednesday night. 'We will continue to have dialogue with the league to find equitable solutions but without Malcolm and Anquan as our representative, ' the statement concluded.
  • SRHD reports Eastern Washington's first flu-related death this season

    SRHD reports Eastern Washington's first flu-related death this season

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    Anthony Fauci , director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases, and colleagues wrote in a recent paper published in The New England Journal of Medicine . Quadrivalent vaccine These flu vaccines protect against four strains of influenza-two strains of influenza A and two strains of influenza B. Including a second strain of influenza B provides broader protection.
  • Tiger Woods impresses in Bahamas in latest injury comeback

    Tiger Woods impresses in Bahamas in latest injury comeback

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    Woods' back problems over recent years have been well documented, but the 14-time major champion is returning to the PGA Tour after a fourth surgery last April. Those are the internal struggles I haven't had for a while. A 79-time victor on the PGA Tour who was world No.1 for a record 683 weeks, Woods lost form in recent years due to injuries and his ranking has plummeted to 1199th.
  • 'Start of real change': New migraine drug cuts attacks by 50%

    'Start of real change': New migraine drug cuts attacks by 50%

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    Migraines, often characterised by an intense headache and sensitivity to light, as well nausea and vomiting, can typically last from four to 72 hours. The immunotherapy, developed by Teva Pharmaceuticals, binds the biological agent fremanezumab to a migraine-associated protein called calcitonin gene-related peptide (CGRP) and blocks the cascade effect of its release in response to inflammation.
  • A new study warns childhood obesity could linger on

    A new study warns childhood obesity could linger on

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    The study, which was published in the New England Journal of Medicine , suggests that while overweight children have the highest risk to be obese later in life, those who reach the age of 20 in good shape still face threats if obesity becomes the new normal.
  • Science says dogs are smarter than cats

    Science says dogs are smarter than cats

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    The findings show that while dogs have about 530 million cortical neurons, cats have 250 million. According to new research, dogs take the biscuit when it comes to brainpower more than doubling that of cats. It can be a first date deal breaker, and provoke some very strong reactions, but the rivalry has blessed humanity with at least one good thing - Cats & Dogs: The Revenge Of Kitty Galore.
  • More Illinoisans buying insurance on exchange this year

    More Illinoisans buying insurance on exchange this year

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    The signup window of six weeks is half what it was past year. The enrollment period was reduced this year, but IL has offered residents ways to sign up for care online. Lacking congressional action on the law, the Trump administration has made its own changes, such as shortening this year's open enrollment window. The individual mandate requires all Americans to buy health insurance or pay a penalty.
  • Matt Henry to start for Blackcaps in opening West Indies Test

    Matt Henry to start for Blackcaps in opening West Indies Test

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    From fearing for his worldwide career, Kemar Roach has fit in as the leader of the attack, which includes Shannon Gabriel, Alzarri Joseph, and Miguel Cummins. The pitch was pretty green on the eve of the match, but that can often be misleading at this ground. "But sometimes you've got to give credit to the opposition".
  • Singletons Have Higher Risk Of Dementia

    Singletons Have Higher Risk Of Dementia

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    Levels of social interaction could explain the finding, experts have said, after analysis of 15 studies which held data on dementia and marital status involving 800,000 people from Europe, North and South America, and Asia. The widowed had a 20% increased risk of developing the disease than married people. The daily social contact that inevitably comes with marriage may also play a role, but more research is needed to confirm this is the case.
  • World Malaria Report 2017

    World Malaria Report 2017

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    The report has also criticised India's surveillance system as weak. With India accounting for six per cent of the global malaria burden in 2016, a union minister on Wednesday said the majority of malaria cases in the country are reported from the country's bordering districts, forests and tribal areas, and most other parts of the country remain malaria free.
  • For 6% of Cancers, Blame Diabetes, High BMI

    For 6% of Cancers, Blame Diabetes, High BMI

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    Some 12 million Britons are at risk of Type 2 diabetes, according to experts. 'Our study shows that diabetes, either on its own or combined with being overweight, is responsible for hundreds of thousands of cancer cases each year across the world'.
  • Time from HIV infection to diagnosis improves in US: CDC

    Time from HIV infection to diagnosis improves in US: CDC

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    The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention in Atlanta has just released new information on HIV, and just how long most people have it before they are diagnosed. The report also discusses the need for new ways to widen HIV testing by potentially introducing self-testing services and offering more counselling and testing opportunities by community care providers.