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Afegbua's lawyers respond to IGP over IBB letter

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This is the time for us to reinvent the wheel and tap into the resourcefulness of the younger generation, stimulate their entrepreneurial initiatives and provoke an environment conducive to growing national economy both at the micro and macro levels. Read More »

Army inducts Cameroonian troops to fight Boko Haram

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He noted that the partnership between the two militaries was critical to the successful completion of the counter-insurgency campaign. He said the Theatre Commander was accompanied by the leader of the Cameroonian Defence Forces delegation, Brigadier General Djonkeb Frederick, the General Officer Commanding 7 Division, Major General Ibrahim Yusuf, the Chief of Staff Headquarters, Theatre Command, Brigadier General IL Akinlawon, and other senior military officers from both countries. Read More »

Hot tea drinkers could get throat cancer

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Drinking very hot tea increases the risk of oesophageal cancer fivefold if combined with heavy drinking and smoking, according to a new report. The findings was based 456,155 Chinese men and women aged 30 to 79 who were followed for a median of 9.2 years. Read More »

Young Girl Sells Hundreds Of Girl Scout Cookies Using Unlikely Source

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She's actually not the first Girl Scout to come up with the idea - in 2014 and 2015, Danielle Lei sold hundreds of boxes outside a San Francisco dispensary , reported The San Francisco Chronicle. So customers craving Thin Mints, S'mores or Samoas had a convenient place to buy them. Troops get to determine themselves how to spend the portion of their cookie sale proceeds. Read More »

Markets to reopen today after 2-day 'Delhi Bandh' over sealing drive

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The DDA also proposed norms for redevelopment of godowns clusters existing in "non-conforming areas, to be inserted as new paragraph 6.4 in Chapter 6 - Wholesale Trade as a modification to MPD-2021". As the crisis became grave, all the three political parties came in the fray to take the advantage of the prevailing situation. The Confederation of All India Traders, which claims the support of 2,000 traders' associations, said the traders were shutting shop to "lodge a strong protest ... Read More »

Eagles practice at new Athletes Village

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Pederson has had motivational speakers address his team throughout the season - the most recent was former Los Angeles Laker Kobe Bryant prior to the December 10 game against the Rams - and is always searching for entertaining and meaningful messages for the players. Read More »

Eagles offer tickets to fan who feared missing Super Bowl

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Most analysis is about Nick Foles and how he'll do. He discussed his feelings with his wife, Tori, and he turned to his faith for answers. "So when Doug asked me, I sorta laughed", Favre said of speaking to the team . "I am getting an opportunity to have the stage to myself", Timberlake said in a video posted to Twitter by Pepsi. There is no love lost for either the Patriots or the Eagles when it comes to Steelers fans. Read More »

Three battles Liverpool must win to beat Tottenham

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Harry Kane , however, stepped up to convert a 95th-minute penalty, awarded to Tottenham after the linesman had spotted a foul on Erik Lamela, to snatch a point. Dier, in attempting to make an interception, diverted the ball into the path of Salah , putting the Egypt worldwide clean through to break the deadlock. Read More »

U.S. hunter knocked unconscious by Canada goose

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The 51-year-old was knocked off unconscious leading to head and facial injuries. Candy Thomson, a spokeswoman for the police, told the Post that the blow also knocked out two of his teeth. He was airlifted thereafter. He reportedly could only remember who he was but not much else when he regained consciousness. An unidentified member of the group fired his gun at a flock of Canada geese soaring overhead, which killed one of the geese. Read More »

Bristol Myers Squibb Co (NYSE:BMY) 2017 Q3 Sentiment Report

It has underperformed by 27.65% the S&P500. Tradition Capital Management Llc increased its stake in Bristol Myers Squibb Co ( BMY ) by 89.73% based on its latest 2017Q3 regulatory filing with the SEC. As per Friday, November 3, the company rating was maintained by RBC Capital Markets. The rating was maintained by Credit Suisse with "Outperform" on Monday, May 9. Read More »

23-Year-Old Hindu Man Killed By Muslim Girlfriend's Family In Delhi

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As the girl's family was against this relationship since they came to know about it, on that fateful day they went to Ankit's house to ask him not to be in touch with the girl anymore. By the time they arrived at the Guru Gobind Singh Hospital nearby, Saxena had already died. Ankit's mother also said that there were several onlookers but no one helped him while he was being beaten up or after he was stabbed. Read More »

West Brom v Southampton: Struggling Saints' form is none too handsome

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The England worldwide saw 12 minutes of action and had little impact with his team already down 2-0 at his introduction. Pellegrino refused to criticise his players and says he will judge his squad at the end of the season. Brighton represented beatable opposition even after Glenn Murray had given them the lead, but following Jack Stephens (below) scoring for the second game in succession and despite their dominance, the winning goal Southampton so desperately needed did not arrive. Read More »

Child death toll in flu season hits 53 as hospitalizations soar

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The 2017-2018 U.S. Flu Season pediatric death toll skyrocketed to 53 after 16 more children died from the flu in just the past week alone, according to the U.S. Eastern states are continuing to see higher rates of hospitalization. While Chinese experts said it has passed its peak in China and will continue to ease through the Chinese Lunar New Year holidays, U.S. Read More »

Super Bowl trophy forged in New England

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The Eagles also lost in their only other previous Super Bowl final. Following Lady Gaga's performance in 2017, this year's halftime show will be performed by Justin Timberlake . It could be problematic if he gets through the secondary. He and Joe Montana are now the only players in National Football League history to complete at least 75 percent of their passes in consecutive playoff games. Read More »

North Korea Sold Weapons to Syria and Myanmar

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The report by a panel of experts said many countries including China, Russia and Malaysia had failed to stop the illegal exports, the BBC reported. United Nations (UN) monitors have accused North Korea of violating global sanctions placed on the country and earning nearly $200 million in 2017 from banned exports, Reuters reported Friday. Read More »

Harden leads Rockets over Spurs

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We just hooped tonight. He's always going to get numbers, no matter what system, no matter what team. Directing the Rockets' offense with his characteristic poise and efficiency, Paul coolly struck for six unanswered points on three pull-up jumpers in a span of 2:15 to put Houston up 88-76. Read More »

Dogs Bite Anxious People More

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Another pattern they found was that people who were less emotionally stable and more anxious were also more likely to get bitten. "It is essential that previously assumed risk factors are reassessed as this study has revealed that prior beliefs, such as bites typically being from familiar dogs, are contested", said Carri Westgarth, researcher at the University of Liverpool in the UK. Read More »

Kerala budget allocates Rs 80 crore for diaspora initiatives

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Importance has been given in the plan to set up creches in work places. Dr Thomas Isaac's budget has also set aside Rs 16 crore towards organising cultural events such as the Kochi Muziris Biennale, Nishagandhi Dance and Music festivals, Onam celebrations, Thrissur Pooram, Theyyam festivals, boat races et al. Read More »

Cellphone radiation likely causes no harm to humans but there's no evidence

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The experiment involved placing rats and mice into special chambers and exposing them to different levels of radiation that mimic 2G and 3G phones, which were standard when the study was launched, for 9 hours a day. However, the levels and duration of exposure to the radiation in the studies were much greater than what people experience with even the highest level of mobile phone use, and exposed the rodents' whole bodies, the draft report from the US National Toxicology Program noted. Read More »

Florida Nurse posted epic rant on Facebook on Flu season

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She sat down in her vehicle after a 12-hour shift Saturday morning and did a video in which she recounts hospital horror stories. In the humorous video titled "After Work Thoughts", which has more than 5 million views on Facebook , Lockler recounts recent moments in the hospital that have made her cringe, while of course changing the names to "protect the not-so-innocent". Read More »

US Fed leaves rates unchanged, expects inflation to rise this year

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The Fed , which raised rates three times previous year and forecasted in December three more hikes in 2018, confirmed on Wednesday it expected "further gradual" rate increases will be warranted. On Wall Street, stocks overcame a brief stumble after the Fed announcement to close slightly higher on Wednesday, snapping a two-day losing streak. Read More »

White House 'to release' secret memo

With the White House planning to release a controversial memo on the FBI's handling of the Russian Federation investigation, one S.C. congressman is predicting the memo will "shake the organization to its core". "It's in Congress' hands after that". A second USA government official said Trump was likely to declassify the congressional memo but the precise method for making it public was still being figured out. Read More »

10 things to know about the intersection of breast cancer, CVD

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The biggest cancer killers in the United Kingdom remain lung and bowel cancer, with prostate now in third place. Taxanes, such as paclitaxel, can cause an abnormally slow heart rhythm, while hormone drugs such as tamoxifen can cause potentially fatal thromboembolisms, or blood clots. Read More »

Oakland County Health Division urges vaccinations after rise in flu cases

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The outbreak has caused a total of 84 deaths, so far, this season in the Midlands. Cook attributes the alarm sounded by the national news to a report published in the New England Journal of Medicine that stated this season's vaccine may be only 10 percent effective , a statement borne out by the sharp rise in influenza cases reported in Australia - a country which happens to use the same type of vaccine as the U.S. Read More »

National Wear Red Day: Why do we wear red?

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This year, the day is celebrated on Friday, Feb. 2, which also happens to be Groundhog Day. There are three ways people can participate in National Wear Red Day . You can visit the Go Red for Women website to donate to the American Heart Association. It's particularly devastating for women with 1 in 3 deaths each year. Read More »

19-year-old girl raped inside cinema hall in Hyderabad, accused nabbed

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Indian police have rounded up a man for allegedly raping a teenage girl inside a cinema hall in Hyderabad . "They visited Indira Park, and Bhikshapati later took her to a movie in Prashant Theatre in the afternoon". About 20 days ago, Bikshapathi and the teenager met at Swathi Hotel near Secunderabad railway station and went to his sister's house at Jagathgirigutta. Read More »