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This bench of Justices Goel and Lalit ordered for placing the matter before "appropriate bench" on Friday as per the order of the CJI. Lawyers appearing before the bench of Justices Roy and Mishra - they were hearing a case in which the February 8 decision could have had an impact - brought to their notice the previous day's order of the bench led by Justice Lokur.
  • Ariana Grande pulls out of BRIT Awards Manchester tribute

    Ariana Grande pulls out of BRIT Awards Manchester tribute

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    Ariana Grande has appeared to show her love for Liam Gallagher's BRIT Awards tribute. Following the heartbreaking attack at the concert on 22nd May a year ago, the One Love Manchester concert was organised and Ariana and a number of artists came together to hold the tribute gig to the victims.
  • Dana Air Plane Overshoots Runway In Port Harcourt

    Dana Air Plane Overshoots Runway In Port Harcourt

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    The Accident Investigation Bureau (AIB) has dispatched investigators to Port Harcourt Airport to investigate the incident involving a Dana aircraft , which overshot the runway of the airport on Tuesday. He said: "We have sent some of our investigators to the scene of the incident". A plane belonging to the airline which previously blamed a passenger for its emergency door falling off has crashed in Port Harcourt, Nigeria.
  • Melania Trump's parents are probably beneficiaries of so-called 'chain migration'

    Melania Trump's parents are probably beneficiaries of so-called 'chain migration'

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    But immigration experts told the paper that Trump's in-laws most likely relied on the very path he has derided and condemned to obtain residency that allows them to live in the US. Both of the first lady's parents, aged in their 70s, are thought to be retired. Melania Trump became a USA citizen in 2001 - a year after she and President Trump were married.
  • Preventive treatment for peanut allergies succeeds in study

    Preventive treatment for peanut allergies succeeds in study

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    US drug developer Aimmune Therapeutics Inc said on Tuesday its peanut allergy drug met the main goal of an eagerly awaited late-stage study, sending its shares up 18 percent premarket. Nonetheless, the investigators said that the result showed off the product's overall safety. "It's exciting", said Dr. Stacy Dorris of Vanderbilt University who had no role in the study.
  • Restrictive gun laws not the answer

    Restrictive gun laws not the answer

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    The unfortunate irony is that rather than protect fundamental freedoms , which the NRA would have us believe, widespread, and loosely controlled, gun ownership has trapped the United States in a vicious circle of violence and paranoia. "But we are trying to keep them out of the hands of risky people". This country has a serious gun obsession. Almost half of all civilian-owned guns in the world are in the US, according to CNN .
  • Virat Kohli on brink of equalling Vivian Richards' record

    Virat Kohli on brink of equalling Vivian Richards' record

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    And then in the first T20 of a three-game rubber on Sunday, he scored 26, leaving him 130 runs short of becoming the second player after Viv Richards to score 1,000 global runs on a single tour. Run machine Kohli is in sublime form and his 35th ODI ton only confirmed that the Indian skipper is on his way to break nearly every batting record.
  • Trump Asks Lawmakers to 'Strengthen Background Checks'

    Trump Asks Lawmakers to 'Strengthen Background Checks'

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    Among those taking part in the session are students from Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, Fla., where a former student last Wednesday killed 17 people. Sanders said an official announcement on support for a bump stock ban will be made sometime this week. When a gun is fired, it will bounce backward (recoil.) A bump stock uses the kinetic energy provided by the recoil to spring the weapon forward again.
  • Heavy drinkers have higher risk of getting dementia

    Heavy drinkers have higher risk of getting dementia

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    In this study, the researchers looked specifically at the effect of alcohol-use disorders and included people who had been diagnosed with mental and behavioural disorders or chronic diseases that were attributable to the chronic harmful use of alcohol.
  • INEC Lacks Capacity For Credible Elections - Wike

    INEC Lacks Capacity For Credible Elections - Wike

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    INEC in reaction stated that the election was conducted by the state electoral body KANSIEC. The occurrence of such incidence is a perceived act of irresponsibility on the part of INEC as an agency vested with the responsibility of supervising electoral process in the country.
  • ICC rankings: Virat Kohli, Jasprit Bumrah and India are No

    ICC rankings: Virat Kohli, Jasprit Bumrah and India are No

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    Late a year ago, Kohli crossed the 900-point mark in Tests too: He now lies second in the table in the longest format, 35 behind Australia captain Steve Smith , who has 947 rating points. The India captain is now a good 22 points clear of Sachin Tendulkar , whose ODI career high of 887 points came against Zimbabwe in January 1998. "Kohli's aggregate is the best since Brian Lara reached 911 points in March 1993", the ICC said in its release.
  • US Army awards JROTC Heroism medals to students killed in Parkland massacre

    US Army awards JROTC Heroism medals to students killed in Parkland massacre

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    The casket of Alaina Petty , a victim of Wednesday's mass shooting at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School , leaves her funeral in Coral Springs, Fla. It is given to cadets whose outstanding performance "involved the acceptance of danger and extraordinary responsibilities, exemplifying praiseworthy fortitude and courage".
  • Despite Pope's intervention, 'rebellious' priests frustrate Okpaleke out of Ahiara diocese

    Despite Pope's intervention, 'rebellious' priests frustrate Okpaleke out of Ahiara diocese

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    Okpaleke's 2012 appointment as bishop was so divisive that the clergy would not allow him to set foot in the diocese for over five years, according to Crux Now . Mgr. Okpaleke was forced to reside in Awka where he has remained till date. He said he was "not in a position" to say how many priests "complied faithfully with the Pope's demand" but that some priests asked laity to "take over leadership of the dispute".
  • Two thirds of Americans support stricter gun laws

    Two thirds of Americans support stricter gun laws

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    Several legislative proposals were introduced after a shooter killed 20 children and six adults at Sandy Hook Elementary School in CT in 2012, including a ban on semi-automatic weapons like the one used last week in Florida , banning high-capacity magazines of over 10 bullets and a universal background check bill.
  • Woman removed from Emirates flight after suffering period pain

    Woman removed from Emirates flight after suffering period pain

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    And those who think there is no stigma around it, they must know that recently one United Kingdom woman was kicked off from a flight after the cabin crew overheard her complaining about period pain. Evans by delaying medical help, had she worsened during the seven-hour flight to Dubai ", she told T+L. The crew decided, however, that because there was no doctor on board, the couple had to get off the plane and reschedule their flight, which they say cost them $350 each, according to The ...
  • Sheep research could pave way for growing human organs in animals

    Sheep research could pave way for growing human organs in animals

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    Researchers have managed to create sheep-human hybrid embryos, which could contribute to the future of organ donation. That was closer to one human cell in every 100,000 pig cells . Despite the limitations, researchers are continuously working on developing chimeras for medical studies. In the United States alone, 117,000 people are now on an organ donor waiting list and 22 people die each day waiting for a transplant.
  • Ex Josh Duhamel Consoles 'Devastated' Fergie Following Her National Anthem Backlash

    Ex Josh Duhamel Consoles 'Devastated' Fergie Following Her National Anthem Backlash

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    Indeed, pictures of Draymond Green , Steph Curry and Chance the Rapper were captured during the song and showed them with peculiar looks on their faces. "I'm a risk taker artistically, but clearly this rendition didn't strike the intended tone", she said. The singer, who most recently appeared on Fresh Off the Boat , was met with major resistance over his rocky performance at the 2003 ALCS at Fenway Park.
  • Government to vet over 8000 names on initial repatriation list

    Government to vet over 8000 names on initial repatriation list

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    Known as no man's land, the zero line is an undeveloped, formerly uninhabited area on the border between Myanmar and Bangladesh that has recently become homes for refugees who rejected to participate in the repatriation. The United Nations and the USA have described the army crackdown as "ethnic cleansing". The Rohingya have always been treated as outsiders in Burma, even though their families have lived in the country for generations.
  • Study Says Alcohol More Important Than Exercise For Living Into Your 90s

    Study Says Alcohol More Important Than Exercise For Living Into Your 90s

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    Kawas' subjects who engaged in a meaningful hobby for two-plus hours per day were 21 percent likelier to live beyond 90, as were coffee drinkers. Participants also undergo cognitive and physical tests. Meanwhile, subjects who drank two cups of coffee each day saw the risk fall by 10 percent. "It's not bad to be skinny when you're young but it's very bad to be skinny when you're old", said Kawas.
  • India hotspot of digital innovation: Modi

    India hotspot of digital innovation: Modi

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    The Indian prime minister also pointed out that technology is breaking down geographical limits and roadblocks. He inaugurated the new steps carved at Vindhyagiri Hill by ASI. You are demanding things and facilities today. Addressing the participants drawn from more than 80 countries, Mr Modi said that the country was marching towards " Digital India" adding that the government's efforts alone in this direction would not be enough.
  • Boko Haram Attacks Girls' School in Yobe

    Boko Haram Attacks Girls' School in Yobe

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    A young woman, who gave birth in detention three months ago, is among the group of women, children, elders and young men who were freed. She was taken to a Boko Haram hideout by her brother and married off to his friend when she was 11. Justice Minister Abubakar Malami told the BBC that the released suspects would be rehabilitated before being allowed to return to their families. On Friday, they handed him an additional sentence for planning the mass kidnapping.
  • Trump Blames Florida School Shooting on Russia Probe

    Trump Blames Florida School Shooting on Russia Probe

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    Stunned by the deadliest high school shooting in USA history, students have mobilised across the country to organise rallies and a national walkout in support of stronger gun laws, challenging politicians they say have failed to protect them.
  • Parkland school shooting: Central Florida calls for change

    Parkland school shooting: Central Florida calls for change

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    To the failure, U.S. Attorney General Jeff Sessions said that he has ordered an inquiry into the Federal Bureau of Investigation proceedings following the Florida high school shooting , where a 19-year-old gunman armed with an AR-15-style assault rifle and numerous ammunition cartridges opened fire at the students and teachers.
  • Low-Fat, Low-Carb Diet Study Shows They Work About the Same

    Low-Fat, Low-Carb Diet Study Shows They Work About the Same

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    Participants were split randomly into two groups, one of which was told to decrease their carbohydrate intake and the other to cut back on fat consumption. A new study from Stanford had about 500 people commit to either a low-fat or low-carb diet for a year. For you the reader, the biggest takeaways would be that there isn't a clear-cut victor between low-fat and low-carb.
  • Kratom supplements have a new side effect: Salmonella

    Kratom supplements have a new side effect: Salmonella

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    So far, 28 people have been infected in 20 states, with nearly a dozen of those people hospitalized. While the agency noted that no common brands or suppliers had been identified, eight of 11 people interviewed had consumed kratom products.
  • Ignore the $500M elephant in the room, Harper says — LOVERRO

    Ignore the $500M elephant in the room, Harper says — LOVERRO

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    Said of Rizzo of Harper: "I'm proud to have drafted, developed and have him on our club and look forward to many, many more years with him". I'm focused on winning and playing hard, like every single year. I'd take him any day of the week. "When I walk out of that clubhouse any day that I play, I walk out. He's one of the best pitchers in the game and one of the best playoff pitchers in the game".
  • Children, 1 Pregnant Woman Among Tennessee Flu Deaths

    Children, 1 Pregnant Woman Among Tennessee Flu Deaths

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    The lower numbers reflect a similar pattern reported by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention in recent weeks. Doctors tell us there are four strains of flu, and you can get the flu a few times in the same season. The authors note that they studied only people who were sick enough to visit a doctor and get tested. The middle age of those in the investigation was 77.
  • A Russian Bronze Medalist Is Suspected of Doping at the PyeongChang Olympics

    A Russian Bronze Medalist Is Suspected of Doping at the PyeongChang Olympics

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    The Olympic Athletes from Russia (OAR) scored a 4-0 victory over the USA men's ice hockey team at the Winter Olympics , sending the Russians to the top spot in their preliminary-round group. He has not responded to a request for comment. "I have known these guys for many years". The Russians had been hoping that a clean record at Pyeongchang would persuade the International Olympic Committee (IOC) to allow them to march at the closing ceremony on February 25 with the Russian flag and ...
  • Romania registers highest number of measles cases in Europe in 2017

    Romania registers highest number of measles cases in Europe in 2017

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    Although it usually clears in 7-10 days, complications of the illness can be fatal. The UK recently achieved World Health Organization measles elimination status, meaning that for the past few years the number of cases has been low enough to stop the disease circulating around the country.
  • West Brom's taxi four escape police charges

    West Brom's taxi four escape police charges

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    Four West Brom players got into serious trouble after they "stole a taxi" on their Spanish trip. On Monday afternoon West Brom have received some welcomed good news. The decision will come as some relief to Alan Pardew as he fights to remain in charge at the Hawthorns. West Brom's next two Premier League fixtures are against Huddersfield Town , who are just a point outside the relegation zone, and Watford respectively.
  • White House announces Trump back-flip on gun controls

    White House announces Trump back-flip on gun controls

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    During his 2016 campaign, Trump became a champion of the Second Amendment and welcomed contributions from the National Rifle Association and other gun rights groups. On Monday, Mr Murphy said the president's support for the bill was "another sign the politics of gun violence are shifting", but added that "no-one should pretend this bill alone is an adequate response to this epidemic".
  • Dog Food Brands Recalled Over Concerns About Euthanasia Drug

    Dog Food Brands Recalled Over Concerns About Euthanasia Drug

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    The J.M. Smucker Company has recollect all specific shipments of Gravy Train , Kibbles "N Bits , Ol" Roy and Skippy dog food cans. Pentobarbital is most commonly used as a sedative, anesthetic or to euthanize animals, it said. Just last April, an organic pet food company also had to recall their products after testing positive for the presence of pentobarbital. Pentobarbital has been widely used as a euthanasia drug.
  • Google's Verily applies machine learning to retinal scans to predict heart disease

    Google's Verily applies machine learning to retinal scans to predict heart disease

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    Michael V McConnell, head of Cardiovascular Health Innovations at Verily , said that the research needs more work and a larger patient database to validate these findings before it's ready for clinical testing. They add that it is the speed of the scans that makes the analysis lucrative. Researchers at Google and Verily used machine learning to analyze data of almost 300,000 patients and accurately predicted cardiovascular risk factors using retinal images in two datasets of 12,026 and 999 ...
  • Test which is 90% accurate could help to diagnose autism

    Test which is 90% accurate could help to diagnose autism

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    Their test, which delivers a result within four hours, is believed to pick up damage in the blood that mirrors brain problems linked to autistic symptoms. Currently, there are no biological tests that can spot the condition, which is diagnosed through behavioural assessments by clinicians. Because the study used a very small sample - 38 children with ASD and 31 without ASD - the team plans to repeat the study, not only to confirm its findings but also to establish whether ASD can be detected ...
  • Bayliss won't rush Stokes back into ODI team

    Bayliss won't rush Stokes back into ODI team

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    England have a sniff then. But Stokes, having arrived from England yesterday after pleading not guilty to a charge of affray on Tuesday, may not be ready for the one-day global at the same venue a week on Sunday, let alone a T20 worldwide tomorrow.
  • Germany says Serbia must recognise Kosovo's sovereignty to enter EU

    Germany says Serbia must recognise Kosovo's sovereignty to enter EU

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    Kosovo declared its independence from Serbia 10 years ago on February 2008. German foreign minister Sigmar Gabriel met Kosovo's leaders in Pristina on Wednesday and Thursday before travelling to Bulgaria to meet top European Union and Balkan diplomats to discuss the bloc's recently announced enlargement strategy.
  • Lydia Ko loses ground at Women's Australian Open in Adelaide

    Lydia Ko loses ground at Women's Australian Open in Adelaide

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    It was an emphatic performance. The two-time major victor was solid enough off the tee, hitting 10 of 14 fairways, and scrambled well when she needed to, hitting only 11 of 18 greens but making three successful saves from the sand. "It was a good round today", Green said. Five-time champion Karrie Webb, who says she'll play a part-time schedule this year, shot 70. Ko shut down her Twitter account on Wednesday, but she said that move had nothing to do with criticism of her making more ...
  • Florida Gov. Rick Scott says FBI Director needs to resign

    Florida Gov. Rick Scott says FBI Director needs to resign

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    The shooter , "wouldn't have harmed that many students with a knife! " said , Gonzalez, who challenged politicians to stop taking donations from the National Rifle Association . Gonzalez also gave voice to a question many in the United States have been asking since Wednesday's shooting at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School: How did 19-year-old Nikolas Cruz , a former student who was known to be mentally ill and exhibit erratic behavior, come to legally purchase an AR-15 ...
  • New Zealand wins toss, bowls in tri-series T20 vs. England

    New Zealand wins toss, bowls in tri-series T20 vs. England

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    Eoin Morgan is back after his groin strain, while Tom Curran and Liam Dawson replace the pace pair of Liam Plunkett (injured) and Mark Wood (dropped). England , who are struggling throughout the series, and have not registered a single win, will need to attain a huge victory to go over the Kiwis in Net Run Rate.