• Parrikar wins Panaji Bypoll; AAP stuns BJP in Bawana
Parrikar wins Panaji Bypoll; AAP stuns BJP in Bawana

The results for Assembly polls in four constituencies falling in Delhi, Goa and Andhra Pradesh were declared on Monday. Summary: Reacting to the defeat, Delhi BJP president Manoj Tiwari too had said that the causes of the dedeat will be reviewed by the party.

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  • Trump will tout tax reform at Springfield, Mo., company on Wednesday
Trump will tout tax reform at Springfield, Mo., company on Wednesday

A Tennessee man who has followed the president to 33 states is selling pro-Donald Trump merchandise today in Springfield, as part of the president's visit there. "I don't want to be disappointed by Congress", Trump said in Springfield, Mo. "Do you understand me?" "President Trump has challenged Congress to reduce the burden on the American worker...

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  • If You Have a Pet Turtle, Be Careful
If You Have a Pet Turtle, Be Careful

That is because all turtles carry Salmonella bacteria - and the agency has traced an outbreak of Salmonella infections in people to pet turtles . The baby turtles are responsible for much of the salmonella because young animals tend to be stressed more when they are handled. No deaths have been recorded so far, but 12 of the cases were i...

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  • Mourinho still a pragmatist despite free-flowing start for United
Mourinho still a pragmatist despite free-flowing start for United

Probably in some matches where we are not playing well, probably we are going to be defensive. "If I don't have them on the bench I can't make successful changes". "We played very well", Mourinho , whose side are yet to concede a league goal, said to BT Sport . "Were Leicester very unsafe against Arsenal?" The former Real Madrid and Chelsea...

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  • Bangladesh 260 all out, but hold the aces
Bangladesh 260 all out, but hold the aces

Though Australia are way ahead of Bangladesh in rankings, former cricketer Dean Jones says hosts Bangladesh hold the edge as the two teams clash in the first Test at Mirpur. But it was Cummins - another to make a stunning Test debut as a teenager - who stole the show early. But, of course, he will need somebody to stay out there with him.

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  • Tropical Storm Watch issued for coastal SC, NC counties
Tropical Storm Watch issued for coastal SC, NC counties

The system was almost stationary with maximum sustained winds of 35 miles per hour as of 5 PM Sunday . Low pressure near the Georgia, South Carolina coast continues to produce a large area of thunderstorms off shore. Tropical Storm Watches are going to be issued for parts of the Southeast coast. The Island Free Press will continue to monitor...

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  • Rajnath reviews security situation in Haryana
Rajnath reviews security situation in Haryana

It was a mistake to allow people to converge on Panchkula. "Violence is not the answer to any problem, situation or a court verdict", he said. Strongly condemn violence urge everyone to maintain peace, Prime Minister Modi tweeted. The situation in Sirsa and Panchkula towns, both in Haryana, was tense on Thursday with thousands of sect followers con...

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  • Google searches for depression now feature a clinically validated screening quiz
Google searches for depression now feature a clinically validated screening quiz

Typically this panel is used for factual information, including details drawn from Wikipedia entries. The search giant has made a decision to throw in a "Check if you are clinically depressed" and fill out a screening questionnaire. Since 2012, Google has been updating these cards to help the users. "We believe that awareness of depression ...

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  • Could B Vitamin Megadoses Increase Actually Lung Cancer Risk For Male Smokers?
Could B Vitamin Megadoses Increase Actually Lung Cancer Risk For Male Smokers?

He is a research assistant professor at Ohio State University . Current smokers who reported 10-year use of vitamin B12 at doses greater than 55 µg per day appeared almost four times as likely to develop lung cancer as nonusers (HR = 3.71; 95% CI, 1.77-7.74).

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  • Volkswagen re-imagines the '60s Microbus with new, all-electric van
Volkswagen re-imagines the '60s Microbus with new, all-electric van

The production I.D. Buzz is expected to remain faithful the concept. While the rounded body and V-esque lines on its "face" recall the vintage design, I.D. As was the case with the "Show Car of the Year" in Detroit, the production model will also have its batteries mounted in the vehicle floor. "The vehicle looks like a compact commercial van...

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  • Legendary comedian Jerry Lewis dies at age 91
Legendary comedian Jerry Lewis dies at age 91

Jerry Lewis died Sunday at 91 , but thanks to his signature slapstick comedy and unparalleled wit, he leaves behind a treasure trove of pitch-perfect film moments, hilarious one-liners and insightful commentary into the life of a comedic legend.

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  • West Nile Virus detected in Monterey Co. for first time this year
West Nile Virus detected in Monterey Co. for first time this year

The DeKalb County Health Department has reported that mosquitoes collected in a trap in Sycamore tested positive for West Nile virus. The late summer is the most important time to take precautions. Health officials provided these tips for keeping mosquitoes at bay. It's known to be present in mosquito populations in Kentucky. More information a...

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  • Birmingham bring in Arsenal duo
Birmingham bring in Arsenal duo

Jenkinson made only a handful of appearances for Arsene Wenger's side last season having returned from an ACL knee injury that had ended his loan spell with West Ham United last January and kept him on the sidelines for eight months. An announcement on the Blues' website described Jenkinson as an "athletic right-back" and Bramall as a "pacy left-ba...

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  • White supremacist rally in Boston
White supremacist rally in Boston

Boston officials said they planned to deploy about 500 police officers to prevent violence similar to what took place in Charlottesville last weekend, where a rally by white nationalists, including neo-Nazis, skinheads and Ku Klux Klan members demonstrating over plans to remove a Robert E.

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  • Thousands of Yemenis protest against Saudi war
Thousands of Yemenis protest against Saudi war

UN Emergency Relief Coordinator Stephen O'Brien told the Security Council Friday that Yemen people's suffering has relentlessly intensified. "Death looms for Yemenis by air, land and sea", Special Envoy of the Secretary-General to Yemen , Ismail Ould Cheikh Ahmed told the 15-member Council in NY.

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  • Pyongyang slams S. Korea President for his North policy
Pyongyang slams S. Korea President for his North policy

But as State Department spokesperson Heather Nauert said on Tuesday , the U.S. has no plans of stepping them down. But it is also an issue between the North and the United States . Mr Moon wants to engage with the North, but his efforts have so far been met with a string of threats and missile tests as Pyongyang works to build nuclear-armed mis...

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  • Kasatka, SeaWorld Killer Whale, Dies After Lung Disease Battle
Kasatka, SeaWorld Killer Whale, Dies After Lung Disease Battle

Both orcas are believed to have succumbed to infections. Kasatka was not born in captivity; but was captured in 1978 in Icelandic waters, according to the Associated Press. Kasatka was listed by PETA as a plaintiff in a 2012 lawsuit that asked a federal court to grant five orcas constitutional rights and allow them to accuse the park of violating...

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  • Blue Whale game: NCPCR asks parents, teacher to be vigilant
Blue Whale game: NCPCR asks parents, teacher to be vigilant

Games like Blue Whale - that has been provoking youths to commit suicide - are "completely unacceptable", Union Electronics and Information Technology Minister Ravi Shankar Prasad said on Wednesday. "You are hereby required to ensure that any such link of this deadly game in its own name or any similar game is immediately removed from your platfo...

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  • Fatal drug overdoses double among United States teens
Fatal drug overdoses double among United States teens

While the rate of teen boys overdosing dropped dramatically in the last decade, the rate of overdoses among girls held steady and then increased in the last two years. Drugs such as fentanyl are often mixed with heroin for more impact. "To make it explode the way it did because for a while there I remember it was like all the rage and a lot of ...

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  • After signing Wes Brown, Kerala Blasters set to rope in Berbatov
After signing Wes Brown, Kerala Blasters set to rope in Berbatov

Brown and Berbatov's rumoured move to last season's league runners up comes on the back of a tweet by sports broadcaster Jim White . "Hello India, Happy Independence day!" Brown, 37, released by Blackburn at the end of last season, is reunited with the Blasters' new head coach Rene Meulensteen after the pair worked together during their time at ...

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