• 4 powerlifters killed in Delhi road crash
4 powerlifters killed in Delhi road crash

Bodies of four powerlifting players killed in the national capital were brought to their residence. Yadav 28, had won a gold medal in the 2017 weightlifting championship for India. Doctor said that he died at 6:38 pm of a cardiac arrest. The police said that the other deceased have been identified as Tikamchand alias Tinka (27), Yogesh (24), Saur...

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  • Saudi Arabia intercepts ballistic missile fired by Yemen rebels
Saudi Arabia intercepts ballistic missile fired by Yemen rebels

The coalition's Spokesman Turki Al-Malki said in a statement that the attack was foiled on Friday morning, when the coalition forces spotted the launch of a ballistic missile from Yemeni territory. Last December, the group said it had targeted a palace used by Saudi King Salman bin Abdulaziz. The Saudi-led coalition fighting Shiite rebels in Ye...

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  • Woman with cancer gets married hours before death
Woman with cancer gets married hours before death

Francis Hospital in Hartford, Connecticut, she died at the age of 31. Lindsay told Karas she was afraid she wouldn't make it until her wedding day, and when her turn took a turn for the worse, her family, friends and doctors moved quickly.

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  • These twins were born in two different years - here's how
These twins were born in two different years - here's how

She was a little smaller at 4 pounds, 10 ounces and 16 inches long and was delivered by caesarean section, KERO reported . KABC-TV reports, one baby was born on December 31, 2017, and the other was born on January 1, 2018. New Years Day in Delano, Calif . A twist of fate meant that both of them arrived in the world 20 minutes apart but in diffe...

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  • Now Chocolate Could Go Extinct, Great
Now Chocolate Could Go Extinct, Great

According to the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, cacao plants are on track to go extinct by 2050 due to rising temperatures and drier weather conditions expected to occur in the areas in which they're grown. The company's chief sustainability officer, Barry Parkin, told BI UK his company is trying "to go all in". "There are obvious...

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  • NFL Draft: Picks 1-20 are set with Browns first, Giants second
NFL Draft: Picks 1-20 are set with Browns first, Giants second

With the 2017 National Football League regular season in the books, 20 National Football League teams are now in full draft mode and will be for the next four months. "So we're excited to see what [new general manager John Dorsey] can do with the draft picks we've accumulated as well as what we can do in free agency".

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  • SERAP, Ezekwesili, others react to Buhari's controversial board appointments
SERAP, Ezekwesili, others react to Buhari's controversial board appointments

Francis Okposo, as Chairman of the Press Council. Admitting that the country went through a lot of social and economic challenges in 2017, Ajimobi, however, assured that the novel programmes and policies of the Federal Government would bring the needed succour to the people in 2018.

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  • More women in California are using marijuana during pregnancy, study finds
More women in California are using marijuana during pregnancy, study finds

In January 2017, after JAMA published another study showing an uptick in marijuana use among pregnant women , Nora D. Volkow, who heads up the National Institute on Drug Abuse , authored a counterpoint outlining the risks of smoking pot while pregnant .

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  • Canadian Blood Services in Red Deer waiting for donors
Canadian Blood Services in Red Deer waiting for donors

The response was huge, with hundreds of refugees wanting to give blood. "I have people calling me all the time, wanting to donate". Although the permanent service no longer exists in the city, Blood Services territory manager for Manitoba mobiles, Steve Raizen, says the goal for the number of donations per day has not changed.

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  • Flu On The Rise In Tri
Flu On The Rise In Tri

Using a computer program to predict how well the current seasonal flu vaccine might protect against circulating strains, the report's authors found that the vaccine is a better match to most of the H3N2 viruses prevalent so far in the United States this season.

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  • Pot use among pregnant women of all ages continues rise
Pot use among pregnant women of all ages continues rise

On the survey, which the women completed early in their pregnancy, were questions about marijuana use. The jump is even more significant among younger women: For pregnant teens (younger than 18), cannabis use climbed from 12.5 percent to 21.8 percent.

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  • Are games making you sick? World Health Organization to recognize
Are games making you sick? World Health Organization to recognize "gaming disorder"

In the beta draft of the WHO's forthcoming 11 update of International Classification of Diseases (ICD-11), due out in 2018, gaming disorder is presently included as an affliction. In the draft of the 11th version released by World Health Organization, gaming disorder is described as "a pattern of persistent or recurrent gaming behaviour (digital ...

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  • Pennsylvania woman stunned by $284 billion electric bill
Pennsylvania woman stunned by $284 billion electric bill

The Erie Times-News reports that Mary Horomanski said her eyes "just about popped out" of her head when she saw the amount. Penelec, the utility company, came up with a payment plan where she did not have to pay the full amount until November 2018.

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  • Patriots sign Ex-Steelers linebacker James Harrison
Patriots sign Ex-Steelers linebacker James Harrison

When James Harrison was released by the Pittsburgh Steelers on Saturday to make room for suspended right tackle Marcus Gilbert , fans in the Steel City were up in arms. If the Pats do indeed end up signing Harrison, it won't be much of a surprise to National Football League fans if he gets to play against his former team in the AFC Championshi...

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  • Vijay Rupani takes oath as Gujarat CM: Full list of ministers
Vijay Rupani takes oath as Gujarat CM: Full list of ministers

Along with him 9 Cabinet ministers and 10 Minister of State also took the oath. The chief ministers of 18 states where the BJP and its allies are in power and several union ministers also attended the ceremony. Nevertheless, the BJP registered victory albeit with fewer seats than in the previous assembly. Keshubhai Patel, Shankersinh Vaghel...

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  • Winter Weather Advisory in Place Overnight Tonight for Snow
Winter Weather Advisory in Place Overnight Tonight for Snow

Icy roads could make overnight travel slippery in portions of Warren, Morris and Sussex counties. A wayward polar vortex may show up in Ontario, and we will be just south of it. The Department of Sanitation issued a snow alert for the city starting at 10 p.m. Sunday , even though Storm Team 4 doesn't expect any snow to stick amid the slush and r...

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  • British tourist gets 3-year sentence in Egypt on drug smuggling charge
British tourist gets 3-year sentence in Egypt on drug smuggling charge

Laura Plummer's family maintain the shop worker was carrying the 320 tramadol tablets into the country for her boyfriend who has back pain. She said "mum, there must be a mistake". "After she was sentenced to three years, she was then put in a cage, like an animal". Her lawyer Mohamed Othman reportedly said a plane ticket showing she paid twice...

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  • Pochettino calls Kane 'world class' after Shearer's record falls in Saints rout
Pochettino calls Kane 'world class' after Shearer's record falls in Saints rout

The treble took Kane to 56 goals this year, and six in three days after his three goals against at Burnley on Saturday. Spurs won for the fourth time in five league games and remaining one point behind fourth-place Liverpool, which routed Swansea 5-0.

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  • Elderly couple 'didn't know it was illegal' to transport marijuana
Elderly couple 'didn't know it was illegal' to transport marijuana

York County authorities released a booking photograph of Patrick Jiron. That's because officers which was occupied by an older couple traveling on Interstate 80, according to the York News-Times. A California couple in their eighties has been arrested in Nebraska after a traffic stop during which the police found 60 pounds of marijuana in their v...

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  • In Yemen more than a million people could be infected with cholera
In Yemen more than a million people could be infected with cholera

A cholera epidemic sweeping war-torn Yemen has reached one million suspected cases and aid agencies have warned of worse to come. A third of victims - children. The Houthis deny diverting aid to supply their own forces. Diphtheria, a potentially fatal contagious bacterial infection, has also emerged as a major health threat in the impoverishe...

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