• National Football League 'suffering negative effects' from protests - Dallas Cowboys owner

    National Football League 'suffering negative effects' from protests - Dallas Cowboys owner

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    Jerry Jones reiterated his stance on national anthem protests. . " There is no question the league is suffering negative effects from these protests ", Jones said, via Clarence Hill of the Fort Worth Star-Telegram. "We have made our expression that we're together", Jones added. His comments drew criticism from the NFL Player's Association. Former 49ers quarterback Colin Kaepernick is credited with starting the protests previous year.
  • Unitech MD seeks bail, told to deposit Rs 1000 crore

    Unitech MD seeks bail, told to deposit Rs 1000 crore

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    He argued that Chandra can not raise the money required both for refunds and completing the ongoing projects without coming out of jail. The suggestion came after senior counsel Ranjit Kumar, appearing for Unitech , told the court the company could sell the flats in the 64 projects to raise money to refund the flat buyers.
  • Chhath 2017 (Chhath Parva): Date and timing of Chaath Puja

    Chhath 2017 (Chhath Parva): Date and timing of Chaath Puja

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    The Delhi administration and municipal corporations are working to spruce up ghats and clean areas around water bodies to ensure the four-day Chhath Puja that begins on Tuesday, goes off smoothly. This power of Draupadi also helped the Pandavas to regain the Kingdom from Kauravas. Chhath Puja is also celebrated on Chaitra Shashthi which is known as Chaiti Chhath.
  • The McLaren F1 Designer Is Launching His Own Brand

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    Gordon Murray Automotive will, according to the shiny press release, create low volume cars featuring innovative designs. Murray's iStream production system aims to use Formula 1-style technology and materials to offer a cheaper, more efficient way of building cars centred on lightweight, durable components.
  • Local Polio Survivor Speaks to Recognize World Polio Day

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    He said in the past 14 months, there had not been new cases of polio in Nigeria, explaining that Rotary was not relenting in continuing with the regular immunization. Rotary has contributed a total of more than $1.7 billion - including matching funds from the Gates Foundation - and countless volunteer hours to protect more than 2.5 billion children in 122 countries from polio.
  • Sidharth Malhotra plays an author in Ittefaq

    Sidharth Malhotra plays an author in Ittefaq

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    The new track, recreated by Tanishq Bagchi, has additional lyrics and vocals by Tanishq, and singers Nikita Gandhi and Jubin Nautiyal. In accordance with the film's mysterious theme, they're instead seen in their on-screen personas. After all, Ittefaq makers have chose to keep the actors away from the media, to ensure that the air of suspense and mystery stays intact till the film's release.
  • E-cigarettes banned in NY everywhere tobacco is

    E-cigarettes banned in NY everywhere tobacco is

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    The manager of Cloud 99 Vapes in the East Village, a place that focuses specifically on vape and e-cigarettes, said she supports the move. Mike Davoli of the American Cancer Society said that the law ensures that you can go to a restaurant with your kids and be sure that neither you nor the kids are exposed to an electronic cigarette.
  • Backed fighters seize major Syrian oil field

    Backed fighters seize major Syrian oil field

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    Drone footage from a street in the center of the city shows smoke still rising. ISIS, in 2014, took over the custody of country's largest and most important oil facility, Al-Omar oil field that once had the capacity to produce 75,000 barrels of oil per day.
  • Breast cancer may be accountable for rare variants, background risk

    Breast cancer may be accountable for rare variants, background risk

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    By combining epidemiological data with other data from breast tissue, the researchers were able to make plausible predictions of the target genes in the large majority of cases. About 70 per cent of breast cancer responds to the oestrogen hormone, which helps the tumour to grow. "This is a pilot study", Dr. Charis Eng from the Cleveland Clinic said, "that looked at breast cancers and non-cancerous breast tissues".
  • Secret files about the assassination of JFK planned for release

    Secret files about the assassination of JFK planned for release

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    The trove is expected to include more than 3,000 documents that have never been seen by the public and more than 30,000 that have been previously released but with redactions. "We hope we can fill in some of the blanks and help people understand what did really happen on November 22nd". "With everything I've seen that's been made public I think he did [act alone]", said Leahy.
  • Breast Cancer Global Study Finds 72 New Gene Mutations

    Breast Cancer Global Study Finds 72 New Gene Mutations

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    The co-ordinator of the Queensland Institute of Medical Research Berghofer's Genetics and Computational Biology Department, Professor Georgia Chenevix-Trench, said the study found 65 genetic variants that predisposed women to an overall risk of breast cancer.
  • Students can get their flu shot at Student Health Services

    Students can get their flu shot at Student Health Services

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    Flu season begins in November and can extend until March. Australia is now suffering through one of its worst flu seasons in recent years because of H3N2, which is also the strain responsible for the Hong Kong Flu pandemic of the late 1960's which killed 750,000 people.
  • Local hospitals to receive almost 60 new beds

    Local hospitals to receive almost 60 new beds

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    Hoskins told reporters at Toronto's Mount Sinai Hospital. He notes they had as many as 60 patients without beds during the height of flu season past year. Hoskins said later on Monday, from Queen's Park. "Home Care Ontario believes that these additional resources will not only increase the high-quality patient care people across Ontario want and deserve, but also recognizes the health care system is strongest when it is proactive, collaborative, and agile to improve the patient's experience ...
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    Bipasha: "I am doing no wrong by endorsing condoms"

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    The couple has jointly made a decision to shoot for the commercial in order to promote safe sex in the country. Talking about the same, Bipasha told a leading daily, "The idea is to create awareness on the subject; it's the need of the hour".