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BSP expels Siddiqui, son from party

BSP expels Siddiqui, son from party

Former UP Minister Naseemuddin Siddiqui. The blue brigade's tallest Muslim leader till Tuesday, Naseemuddin Siddiqui was gradually pushed into political oblivion in the State by the leadership. Sidd...

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'Macho' players need help fighting mental health issues: Gascoigne

Mental health provision on the NHS in under strain, with real terms cuts of more than 8 per cent between 2010 and 2015 and an annual £598m shortfall that recent funding injections have not yet made ...

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Theresa May: Conservatives must not take local election results for granted

Labour were down 150 seats and lost control of one council. "Only a Conservative vote at the general election will strengthen my hand to get the best Brexit deal", May told supporters on Friday. The...

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Painkillers such as ibuprofen could raise risk of heart attack

Painkillers such as ibuprofen could raise risk of heart attack

Routinely taking common painkillers, including ibuprofen, could put people at a heightened risk of heart attack, new research has found. Independent researchers say one of the main pitfalls of the...

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Ricky Stenhouse Jr beats Kyle Busch to first Cup win at Talladega

It's just Talladega . It's all it is. Busch led the field to the green flag on Lap 165, and was in the lead on Lap 168 when the "big one" struck, as nearly 20 cars were involved, Aric Almirola en...

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Nuclear Waste Tunnel Collapses In Washington

The incident was discovered by workers during a "routine surveillance" of the area, the Hanford Emergency Operations Center said on its website. Bradbury said the collapse occurred at one of two...

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New drugs have unexpected consequences

New drugs have unexpected consequences

Nicholas Downing, MD, of the Department of Medicine at Brigham and Women's Hospital, and colleagues have found that for drugs approved between 2001 and 2010, almost 1 in 3 had a postmarket safety even...

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Canadian residents evacuated after floods

Floodwaters in Quebec are expected to peak Sunday due to continued rain in most of the affected areas. A Quebec police spokesman said the man and toddler were swept away after their auto swerved int...

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Cotton buds may harm the ear

Cotton buds may harm the ear

Kris Jatana said in a statement , noting that ear canals are typically self-cleaning. Most of the injuries were due to using cotton tip applicators to clean the ears (73%), playing with cotton tip ...

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Lawyer to United: 'This case is about more than 1 rabbit'

Lawyer to United: 'This case is about more than 1 rabbit'

Attorney Guy Cook said Monday that the owners of the 3-foot-long rabbit, named Simon, are troubled that he was cremated without a necropsy, or postmortem examination, soon after his death April 2...

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Weather Authority Forecast for Monday, May 8

Weather Authority Forecast for Monday, May 8

These storms may put down some heavy downpours from time to time, but we will also see many dry hours. Tuesday will feature winds moving out of the north at 5-15 miles per hour. Winds SW 5-10 miles ...

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US mulling extending carry-on computer ban to Europe

US mulling extending carry-on computer ban to Europe

A ban on electronic devices larger than a cell phone could be expanded on Trans-Atlantic flights headed to the U.S. The ban - which prevents all electronics larger than a smartphone from being taken...

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Michigan's top-rated 2018 football player verbally commits to Kentucky

Michigan's top-rated 2018 football player verbally commits to Kentucky

Michigan, Michigan State, Western Michigan and several other Big Ten schools were reportedly recruiting McCall. McCall is ranked the No. 100 overall recruit in the class and the third-best offensive...

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Bumble Bee Foods fined $25 million, admits price fixing

Bumble Bee Foods fined $25 million, admits price fixing

As part of the plea agreement, Bumble Bee will cooperate with the office's ongoing probe into claims of a conspiracy to fix the price of shelf-stable tuna, such as canned and pouched products, which s...

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Prosecutor says Hernandez conviction must stand

Prosecutor says Hernandez conviction must stand

The ruling was announced on Tuesday, May 9. Minutes later, the Bristol County district attorney said prosecutors will appeal the judge's decision. A MA judge vacated Aaron Hernandez's murder charge ...

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Canada declares state of emergency as floodwaters rise

Canada declares state of emergency as floodwaters rise

The regional Red Cross has also asked for donations as it struggles to provided emergency aid to the more than 1,500 Quebecois displaced by the deluge that has also affected parts of eastern Ontario. ...

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Senate to vote on FDA pick dogged by financial questions

Senate to vote on FDA pick dogged by financial questions

He will replace Robert Califf, the acting FDA chief who was appointed previous year by former President Barack ObamaBarack ObamaPavlich: Obama is back in the fray Overnight Regulation: Senate confirms...

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Car bomb in Thailand's Muslim-dominated south wounds over 50

Car bomb in Thailand's Muslim-dominated south wounds over 50

Muslim separatists have waged a bloody insurgency in Thailand's three southernmost provinces for years now. Two bombs went off outside the Big C, a busy supermarket, just outside the town of Pattan...

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Canada's Quebec battles floods; police search for toddler, man swept away

Coiteux cautioned that Quebecers must be realistic and realize things will not return to normal until at least late this month or early June. Bardsley said that approximately 2,800 residents had vol...

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Side effects emerge after approval for many US drugs

Side effects emerge after approval for many US drugs

Ross, MD, MHS, of the Yale University School of Medicine, and colleagues examined safety events (a composite of withdrawals due to safety concerns; FDA issuance of incremental boxed warnings added dur...

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Teen shocks classmates by arriving to prom in coffin

Teen shocks classmates by arriving to prom in coffin

The other guy who helped Megan out of the coffin was none other than her date, Stephen Caldwell, who was totally cool with the whole thing. Instead of a limo, 17-year-old Megan Flaherty and her date...

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Obama Starts Defining His New Role in the Trump Era

Obama Starts Defining His New Role in the Trump Era

Instead, Trump chose to play up former director of national intelligence James Clapper's acknowledgement during the same hearing that he was not aware of any evidence of collusion between the presiden...

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Dove face backlash after latest Real Beauty campaign

Dove face backlash after latest Real Beauty campaign

Some criticised that the bottles don't really represent women's body types and instead encourage them to be defined exclusively by their bodies. These six "limited-edition" body wash bottles are m...

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Free ice cream cones at Haagen-Dazs on Tuesday

Free ice cream cones at Haagen-Dazs on Tuesday

Unfortunately, the closest store to the Suncoast area is in Tampa but if you find yourself near there, you can stop by from 4-8 p.m.to get your free cone and help save the honey bees! Häagen-Dazs is h...

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More than 1m applications to register to vote made since election called

More than 1m applications to register to vote made since election called

The figure as of 11 a.m. stood at 19.4 percent, with 8.2 million out of 42.5 million eligible voters having cast their ballots at some 14,000 polling stations nationwide, according to the National E...

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USA urges South East Asia allies to shun North Korea

Murphy stressed ties with Pyongyang are a sovereign matter for ASEAN states, but confirmed that Tillerson had urged them to review their positions. Southeast Asian nations generally welcome cordia...

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ICC Champions Trophy: Raina, Gambhir dropped again as Rohit, Shami make cut

In fact, a look at his performances in major 50-over events shows that he has usually delivered and he will hope to that again in England. "We only talk about his batting form, he's an invaluable as...

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SCH, Kanza team up to provide free mental health screenings

SCH, Kanza team up to provide free mental health screenings

Often the biggest battle for an employee is not against external stigma, i.e. what his colleagues may think if they find out that he has a mental health issue, but internal stigma, when an individual ...

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Campus reacts to US House of Representatives' decision to repeal Obamacare

But despite holding the White House and controlling both houses of Congress, Republicans have found overturning Obamacare politically perilous, partly because of voter fears, loudly expressed at const...

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White House says Trump will sign spending bill

White House says Trump will sign spending bill

If the Senate voted against the bill, the government would have run out of money at midnight on Friday. White House Office of Management and Budget Director Mick Mulvaney said Tuesday that Congr...

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