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Shinde appointed Congress general secretary in HP

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The resignation, however, is yet to be accepted by the Congress party, Republic reported. This comes just after party veteran Shankersinh Vaghela said he was sacked by the party 24 hours back. Accepting her request, the Congress high command appointed Shinde in her place. Congress spokesperson Randeep Surjewala meanwhile has said that the news of Ambika Soni's resignation from the party has been planted and that the news is absolutely baseless. Read More »

Indian Super League Draft 2017: All You Need to Know

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How many players can each team pick? Bidding for Eugeneson and Anas will begin at a base price of Rs 1.10 crore, according to reliable sources. Experienced Arindham Bhattacharja, Subrata Paul and Albino Gomes lead the list of 30 goalkeepers in the Player Draft. Read More »

Stock to Keep Your Eyes on: Steel Dynamics Inc (NASDAQ:STLD)

Legal & General Group Plc owned about 0.11% of Steel Dynamics worth $9,392,000 at the end of the most recent quarter. Several other large investors have also recently bought and sold shares of STLD. The business's revenue for the quarter was up 18.1% compared to the same quarter past year. Analysts expect that Steel Dynamics , Inc. will post $2.79 EPS for the current year. Read More »

Planned Parenthood May Have Just Been Saved By This Obscure Senate Rule

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The parliamentarian also stated that the measure in the BCRA to restrict federal tax credits from being used for abortion violates the Byrd Rule . There has been very little interest within the Senate GOP caucus in upholding a ruling from Vice President Mike Pence contrary to that of the Senate parliamentarian. Read More »

Got Milk? Potential HIV Cure Found in Cows

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Cows have shown an "insane" and "mind-blowing" ability to tackle HIV which will help develop a vaccine, say USA researchers, according to BBC News. While bovine bNABs are unlikely to be suitable for human trials, it's hoped that figuring out how they produce such a quick response against HIV will help those living with the disease. Read More »

Shelob Debuts in New Middle-earth: Shadow of War Trailer

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Celebrimbor urges Talion to be distrustful of her prophecy, even as the fate of Minas Ithil and the world of men hang in the balance. Take a look at the trailer above. Shelob, whose visions may be the key to stopping Sauron, or Celebrimor, who may be more under the influence of Sauron than he thinks? The team behind Middle-earth: Shadow of War have re-imagined the ginormous spider Shelob as an attractive woman with a posh English accent, in a new trailer for the Shadow of Mordor sequel. Read More »

Three woman killed in early morning crash in Co Louth

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Louth based Superintendent Fergus Treanor is appealing for anyone with information to contact them. One of the injured men was also travelling in that auto, while the other was in a second vehicle. Divisions have been put in place between Ardee and Aclint Bridge as Garda Forensic Collision Investigators conduct an examination of the area. Gardaí say motorists using the M1 should divert at junction 17 for Castleblayney and to avoid the area of the crash if possible. Read More »

Deadly salmonella outbreak linked to papayas — CDC

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Food and Drug Administration (FDA), and public health and regulatory officials are now investigating an outbreak that has spread in 12 states so far. Maradol papayas are a large, oval fruit that weighs 3 or more pounds, with green skins that turn yellow when the fruit is ripe. "The sweet, golden to salmon-colored flesh has a slight musky scent". Read More »

Navy to commission new first-in-class aircraft carrier Gerald R. Ford

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Trump . Trump attended the commissioning ceremony at Naval Station Norfolk in Virginia, along with Adm. John Richardson , the Navy's chief of naval operations. TheGerald R. Ford (CVN 78)-class will eventually be a "phased replacement" for the Nimitz-class carriers with as many as 10 vessels-or potentially more-eventually being built. Read More »

Youth dies in Army firing in Kashmir, police case filed

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Police said a First Information Report (FIR) had been filed against the Army unit over Pala's death. The slain youth was laid to rest amid pro-freedom and anti-India slogans. He said no stones were thrown at troops or paramilitary forces in Beerwah, Bijbehara or Kulgam yet they had restored to indiscriminate firing killing civilians. Read More »

Judge: Charlie Gard's parents can't take him to America

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Great Ormond Street Hospital lawyer Katie Gollop broke the bad news to Charlie's parents at a pre-court hearing Friday in London. The amendment was passed after Republican congressmen Trent Franks and Brad Wenstrup proposed legislation in favor of an additional treatment for Charlie, who suffers from a rare mitochondrial disease which paralyzes muscles and causes brain damage. Read More »

Bella Thorne Responds to Explicit Video, Says It's Fake

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The performing artist attracted regard for the clasp on twitter , tweeting: 'Hahahahaha hold up you all think this is genuine? In the video, Thorne is seen talking in her auto, except her voice is silenced and another voice is dubbed in, talking about her "need for a father". Read More »

Watch Taraji P Henson in 1st trailer for "Proud Mary"

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Henson will portray a hit woman who surprisingly find a maternal instinct through meeting a young boy, subsequently turning her life upside down. It goes by the name of Proud Mary , and stars Taraji P Henson in the title role. There are too many Black girls, including me, who are hungry for heroes, or even antiheroes, that look like us. After Proud Mary , Taraji P. Henson will star as civil rights activist Ann Atwater in The Best of Enemies , which will be released sometime next year. Read More »

Philip Morris International Inc (PM) Issues FY17 Earnings Guidance

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It has underperformed by 49.34% the S&P500. More notable recent Philip Morris International Inc. The stock has lost -1.40%, reaching at $119.86 after hovering between $117.55 and $121.16. The firm earned "Hold" rating on Wednesday, October 5 by Jefferies. (NYSE:PM) earned "Neutral" rating by Goldman Sachs on Wednesday, April 20. (NYSE:PM) on Monday, July 17 with "Buy" rating . Read More »

Dog survives house fire after being treated with oxygen

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The firefighter who carried Jack out of the burning home visited him on Thursday to check in. After a few moments he slowly began to respond, ensuring a happy ending for both the firefighters and Jack's owners. But we truly do believe that all lives matter and protecting pets, livestock, and wildlife is definitely part of the broader BFD mission in serving the community. Read More »

Discovery of mosquito linked to Zika Virus no cause for concern

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While it may sound counter-intuitive, the scientists plan to release millions of sterile male mosquitoes so they can mate with wild female mosquitoes. The magazine says the bacterium "is not known" to infect humans. It's not the first time the bacteria-carrying mosquitoes have been released into the wild in the U.S. Read More »

Doctors reverse brain damage in almost drowned 2-year-old girl

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Two-year-old Eden Carlson had managed to get through a baby gate and fall into the family swimming pool and was in the 5 degree Celsius water for up to 15 minutes before being discovered. The case report is published in the journal Medical Gas Research . Fifty-five days post-drowning, the patient began daily short-duration treatment under Dr. Read More »

Parents who 'gifted' daughter to man get prison sentence

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The couple later broke from their Amish church as they became closer with Kaplan, who had a cult-like influence over them, they said. With his flowing gray hair and long beard, Kaplan used his status as a "prophet" to persuade the family that "child rape was the norm", prosecutors said, according to AP. Read More »

Belleville, O'Fallon and Mascoutah test positive for West Nile virus

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This is the time of day mosquitoes that can carry the virus are most active. West Nile virus is spread to humans through the bite of an infected mosquito. Doors and windows should have tight-fitting screens. At least once a week, eliminate the sources of standing water around a home by draining garbage cans, buckets, toys, flowerpots, wading pools, pet dishes, and other objects. Read More »

Gilead gets FDA approval for hepatitis C drug

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Vosevi is a single-tablet regimen taken without ribavirin for 12 weeks. The second trial compared 12 weeks of Vosevi with the previously approved drugs sofosbuvir and velpatasvir in adults with genotypes 1, 2 or 3 who had previously failed treatment with sofosbuvir but not an NS5A inhibitor drug. Read More »

Hot, humid with storms Thursday evening

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We'll do it all over again Friday with more extreme heat and humidity. Widespread severe weather is NOT likely, but locally heavy rain is. We'll begin the day on a quiet and dry note, but scattered showers and storms will develop through the afternoon. Read More »

Viagra-like ingredient forces coffee recall

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But the undeclared ingredient might interact with some prescription drugs and may lower blood pressure to unsafe levels, according to the FDA. Men with high cholesterol, blood pressure, and diabetes face a higher risk for the potentially unwanted side effects because they often take nitrates. Read More »

Sky deal: Murdoch faces further delay over Fox bid

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She added that she is still "minded to" refer the bid to the CMA to investigate on media plurality grounds, but she also said she will consider whether to ask it to look at if the Murdochs will adhere to broadcasting standards in the UK. Karen Bradley confirmed she had received representations from 21st Century Fox, a letter from Sky and a letter from Lachlan and James Murdoch ahead of last Friday's deadline. Read More »

Growing HIV Drug Resistance Posing Threat to Treatment

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A new report from the United Nations says for the first time, more than half of the people living with HIV are taking drugs for treatment. Further, globally AIDS-related deaths have nearly halved since 2005. Unchecked, drug resistance "will be a major risk" to anti-AIDS efforts, said Marijke Wijnroks of the Global Fund to Fight AIDS, Tuberculosis and Malaria. Read More »

Exxon fined $2M for Tillerson-era breach of Russian Federation sanctions

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Sechin was sanctioned by the Obama administration in 2014 after Russian Federation deployed its military in the Crimea region of Ukraine. Treasury's enforcement action said that the executive order, its guidance for companies and the administration's public statements "all clearly put ExxonMobil on notice that OFAC would consider executing documents with [people subject to sanctions] to violate the prohibitions in the Ukraine-Related Sanctions Regulations". Read More »