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Accepting the Union government's suggestion, the Supreme Court on Friday deferred the deadline to link Aadhaar with various schemes to March 31, 2018. The bench said, the deadline of February 6 next year for the objective also stood extended till 31st March. Existing bank accounts will have to be linked to Aadhaar numbers by that date.
  • The Trump Administration banned the word 'transgender' at the CDC

    The Trump Administration banned the word 'transgender' at the CDC

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    She told The Washington Post that four other banned words and phrases - " transgender ", "fetus ", "evidence-based", and " science-based " - were communicated verbally. It's likely that other parts of HHS are operating under the same guidelines regarding the use of these words, the analyst said. Speaking on the condition of anonymity, a longtime CDC analyst could not recall a previous time when words were banned from documents because they were considered controversial.
  • Karnataka government shuts down Sunny Leone's New Year bash following protests

    Karnataka government shuts down Sunny Leone's New Year bash following protests

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    Sunny Leone in Bengaluru "Sunny sporting skimpy outfits is an objection from our side". "I have told the police commissioner not to give permission for the Sunny Leone event". R Harish, state president of the organisation, said, "We do not have any personal grudge against Sunny Leone , but we do not want such an event in which women's bodies are displayed in the name of entertainment".
  • Sleeping With Your Cellphone Could Cause Cancer, Health Officials Warn

    Sleeping With Your Cellphone Could Cause Cancer, Health Officials Warn

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    At the time, the department said the guidelines were only a draft , but they now are the state's official position. "Although the science is still evolving, there are concerns among some public health professionals and members of the public regarding long-term, high use exposure to the energy emitted by cell phones", said CDPH Director and State Public Health Officer Dr.
  • Paul Ryan Denies He's Leaving Congress

    Paul Ryan Denies He's Leaving Congress

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    Another source close to Ryan said: "Speaker Ryan is fully committed to advancing a bold conservative agenda in 2018 and protecting the majority". With a legislative victory in hand, but looking at an uncertain future regarding its current control of the U.S.
  • Tradition Capital Management LLC Cuts Position in Thermo Fisher Scientific Inc. (TMO)

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    Glenview Capital Management Llc who had been investing in Thermo Fisher Scientific Inc for a number of months, seems to be less bullish one the $75.52B market cap company. Therefore 100% are positive. As per Friday, December 2, the company rating was initiated by Guggenheim. Advsrs Asset Mngmt Incorporated stated it has 0.19% of its portfolio in Thermo Fisher Scientific Inc .
  • Man passes out on subway tracks

    Man passes out on subway tracks

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    Liliana Vicente captured the footage on her mobile phone as she was waiting for her train in Brooklyn. Vicente doesn't consider herself a hero. But ulitmately, she says it was rewarding to see people pitch in to save the life of someone that no one there knew.
  • Full text: Republicans unveil their final tax bill

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    The Republican tax bill , which would overhaul the tax system to vastly reduce the tax rates paid by corporations permanently and temporarily cut taxes for many normal taxpayers, has reached its final form , with the House and Senate agreeing on a bill that they plan to vote on next week.
  • Axa Acquires 89257 Shares of Allergan PLC. (AGN)

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    Other institutional investors have also added to or reduced their stakes in the company. Finally, Pacific Center for Financial Services raised its holdings in shares of Allergan by 1.3% in the second quarter. BidaskClub downgraded Allergan from a "sell" rating to a "strong sell" rating in a report on Friday, August 25th. 1 is equivalent to a buy rating, 3 a hold rating, and 5 a sell rating.
  • MA sues Betsy DeVos over student loan relief

    MA sues Betsy DeVos over student loan relief

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    Based on a joint investigation with the California Department of Justice, the Department of Education under President Obama announced that tens of thousands of former Corinthian students were entitled to federal student loan relief. Healey was joined in her lawsuit by Attorneys General Lisa Madigan of IL and Eric Schneiderman of NY, also Democrats. These delays are harming students, Healey and other attorney generals argue.
  • Tea-drinkers have lower risk of developing glaucoma

    Tea-drinkers have lower risk of developing glaucoma

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    So far, this notion has not been verified, since most of the research addressing the link between drinks and the risk of heightened intraocular pressure referred to small, and thus inconclusive, population samples. However, the researchers noted that this was an observational study, and therefore, no firm conclusions can be drawn about cause and effect. Tea contains antioxidants and anti-inflammatory and neuroprotective chemicals, which have been associated with a lowered risk of serious ...
  • NY attack suspect charged with terror offenses

    NY attack suspect charged with terror offenses

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    Earlier, White House spokeswoman Sarah Huckabee Sanders said Trump's proposed policies "could have prevented this". The 27-year-old suspect in Monday's terror attack in the New York City subway system, Akayed Ullah , has admitted he had been radicalized online by Daesh terrorist group through "propaganda starting as far back as 2014", Acting US Attorney for the Southern District of New York Joon Kim said in a press briefing.
  • Five Takeaways - Leafs at Wild

    Five Takeaways - Leafs at Wild

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    Wild coach Bruce Boudreau disclosed that Dubnyk was injured while moving from side to side during the game, but said there's a "better chance" Dubnyk could resume practicing with the team next week. "I'm just excited to get back out there and practice with the guys". He also played in two games with the Wild last season. "The way this group is playing right now, it's just coming to the rink everybody is smiling, everybody is having fun, it's four in a row now".
  • Vaping, Marijuana Use On The Rise Amongst Teens

    Vaping, Marijuana Use On The Rise Amongst Teens

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    A new report from the National Institute on Drug Abuse finds teens are using many substances at historically low rates and IN teens are IN line with national trends. "We're impressed by the improvement in substance use by all teenagers", said Dr Wilson Compton, deputy director of the institute. According to the researchers, studies show that many teens are not aware of what is it in their electronic smoking device.
  • Atlantic Equities Upgrades Southwest Airlines (LUV); Equity Residential (EQR) Sentiment Is 0.9

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    Vetr cut Southwest Airlines from a "sell" rating to a "strong sell" rating and set a $54.06 price objective on the stock.in a research report on Tuesday, December 5th. The current P/E ratio for LUV is 18.12 and the forward looking P/E is 14.25. It also sells frequent flyer points and related services to business partners participating in the Rapid Rewards frequent flyer program, such as vehicle rental agencies, hotels, restaurants, and retailers.
  • Curb Your Enthusiasm Renewed For 10th Season

    Curb Your Enthusiasm Renewed For 10th Season

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    The show premiered in 2000 and aired a new season about every two years until taking an indefinite hiatus after Season 8 in 2011, returning for Season 9 in 2016. Apparently getting back into the swing of things on " Curb " has moved creator and star Larry David to keep going. Season nine brought back longtime " Curb Your Enthusiasm " performers Jeff Garlin, Susie Essman, J.B.
  • First ectopia cordis baby survives surgery

    First ectopia cordis baby survives surgery

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    It's a rare condition congenital condition that causes the heart to grow outside the body. In a medical feat that could be considered as one of the most awesome in the history of medical science, a baby was born with her heart outside her body and the doctors were successful in inserting the heart back into her body.
  • Packers locker room reacts to Rodgers' return

    Packers locker room reacts to Rodgers' return

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    He called Rodgers' mental toughness "probably his greatest asset", and he saw Rodgers applying the same intensity to his rehab and recovery that he normally applies during game preparation. "I'm not going to speak on his behalf, but we sure hope he's ready and if he is, we're going to expect the Aaron of old". "I feel confident I will be able to go out there and play the way I've always played, but I've been off for seven games and been out for a while", Rodgers said.
  • French President Awards US Scientists With 'Make Our Planet Great Again' Grants

    French President Awards US Scientists With 'Make Our Planet Great Again' Grants

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    That wasn't far from the message opening the summit: Top officials agreed that the global financial system isn't shifting fast enough away from carbon emissions and toward energy and business projects that don't aggravate climate change. Last year, Trump announced he was pulling out of the accord, saying it "disadvantages the United States to the exclusive benefit of other countries".
  • Increasing e-waste poses huge environmental risk, causes economic losses

    Increasing e-waste poses huge environmental risk, causes economic losses

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    Apart from a story here and there about a new e-waste recycling project, it's hard to get an idea of just how much e-waste is getting tossed around the world. European and North American countries, despite being signatories to the Basel Convention , often ship e-waste to poor countries as "electronics for reuse" or hidden with legitimate cargo.
  • Bob Geldof 'disgusted' council revoked his Freedom award

    Bob Geldof 'disgusted' council revoked his Freedom award

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    Last night, following a lengthy debate, the council voted to strip Suu Kyi of her award and also to accept Geldof's back. "The daily oppression of the Rohingya people can not be allowed to continue and if the revoking of this honour contributes to the pressure on the Burmese (Myanmar) government to respect their fellow citizens it is to be welcomed", councillor Cieran Perry said, quoted in the Irish Independent.
  • Medical marijuana has no public health risks, WHO declares

    Medical marijuana has no public health risks, WHO declares

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    Researchers spent months looking into cannabidiol (CBD ), the non-psychoactive ingredient in marijuana that's often used for medical purposes. People who are against marijuana legalization cite the potential for addiction and other risky side effects, but a new report may debunk this popularly-held belief.
  • Scots raise income tax for those paid more than £33000

    Scots raise income tax for those paid more than £33000

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    A new starting rate of 19% will apply for those earning between £11,850 and £13,850. Despite the changes, Mr Mackay insisted that most Scots will be paying less income tax thanks to a new "starter rate" and an increase in the personal allowance, which combined would protect those earning up to £33,000 from any rise.
  • Man Flu Does Exist: Study Shows Men Suffer More When Sick

    Man Flu Does Exist: Study Shows Men Suffer More When Sick

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    Indeed, CBC News reports that the term " man flu " even made it into the Oxford English Dictionary: "A cold or similar minor ailment as experienced by a man who is regarded as exaggerating the severity of the symptoms". However, he cautions that more quality research is needed, because "it remains uncertain whether viral quantities, immune response , symptoms, and recovery time can be affected by environmental conditions".
  • Market activity remains modest but shows signs of stability

    Market activity remains modest but shows signs of stability

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    Demand in the housing market stabilised across the United Kingdom in November, but this masked significant regional variation. RICS members expect prices to fall over the next three months - though less sharply than they thought a couple of months ago - and now expect prices to rise over the next year.
  • Former Chiefs RB Larry Johnson believes he has CTE

    Former Chiefs RB Larry Johnson believes he has CTE

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    Unfortunately for Johnson, CTE is still only detectable well after a person has passed away, however, he revealed he has numerous symptoms: anxiety, paranoia, headaches, and short-term memory issues. Johnson, 38, began his career at Penn State and was a Heisman finalist in 2002. Johnson is dealing with anxiety, paranoia, the occasional self-destructive impulse, which are consistent with CTE in past victims.
  • MIT Scientists Working on Turning Trees into Streetlights

    MIT Scientists Working on Turning Trees into Streetlights

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    Bioluminescence crops up quite a lot in nature - fireflies , glowworms, and phosphorescent plankton immediately spring to mind - but the researchers hope that this could be a first step in helping us reduce the use of electrical lights using plants, starting small, but with the possibility that one day trees, not street lamps, will light our cities.
  • Analyst Ratings and Financial Health of Altria Group, Inc. (NYSE:MO)

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    The stock increased 0.14% or $0.08 during the last trading session, reaching $57.4. The stock is now moving above its 20-Day Simple Moving Average of 5.98% with a 50-Day Simple Moving Average of 9.21 percent. Commonwealth Equity Ser reported 0% of its portfolio in Dominion Energy Midstream Partners, LP (NYSE:DM). Fcg Advisors Ltd Company owns 5,183 shares or 0.13% of their U.S.
  • United Kingdom surgeon admits signing initials on patients' livers

    United Kingdom surgeon admits signing initials on patients' livers

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    The case was " without legal precedent in criminal law ", prosecutor Tony Badenoch said of the offences that occurred at Birmingham's Queen Elizabeth Hospital. Scriven said. "I wouldn't have cared if he did it to me". He pointed out in court that it had been a "highly unusual and complex case, both within the expert medical testimony served by both sides and in law".
  • A look at the California wildfires' jaw-dropping numbers

    A look at the California wildfires' jaw-dropping numbers

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    Like other fires that have broken out this week, Fallbrook has a history of destructive blazes. The so-called Thomas Fire has grown to 206 square miles (533 sq. Air tankers flew on Wednesday, dropping flame retardant. "We're very grateful but I know we're not out of the woods". Fires flared up Thursday along the highway, forcing an evacuation of dozens of homes at Faria Beach.
  • Goal hero Giroud not for sale, says Wenger

    Goal hero Giroud not for sale, says Wenger

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    Manager David Moyes played down the possibility of Collins making a return against the Gunners in midweek, telling reporters: "James Collins is coming on a little bit as well, but he won't be ready for the game". Not that West Ham have a right to expect anything. Unless their performances - and results - away from home improve in upcoming Christmas fixtures against the likes of Crystal Palace and West Brom, then Arsenal can forget about securing a return to the Champions League via a ...
  • King, Abu Dhabi Crown Prince review regional developments

    King, Abu Dhabi Crown Prince review regional developments

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    The Israeli official said that Saudi Arabia is undergoing positive change under the king and crown prince, and that there is "broad consensus" between Israel and Saudi Arabia on the threat from Iran. Despite Saudi King Salman warning US President Donald Trump against the controversial move to declare the capital of Israel as Jerusalem instead of Tel Aviv, domestically, they are trying to calm the extent in which Israel is criticised in Saudi media.
  • Miracle baby with heart outside body delivered safely

    Miracle baby with heart outside body delivered safely

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    About 50 clinical staffers at Glenfield Hospital in Leicester worked to bring Vanellope into the world, according to a release . We didn't dare breathe until she took her first breath. "Some mums still terminate and if we can get out there that there is a hope and that it can be done then it's giving all those mums out there a chance".
  • Rockets 130, Pelicans 123 — Postgame recap

    Rockets 130, Pelicans 123 — Postgame recap

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    Those were the first of seven straight points by Harden that put Houston's up 124-119 with 1:30 left . "We're riding high right now". "For us to win, to know that's what we have to win on, our defense". But the Rockets had momentum, and took a 110-109 lead on Ariza's 3-pointer. He made two 3-pointers in that stretch, with the second one coming just before the buzzer.
  • Paresh Mesta case: Forensic expert demolishes BJP's claims. What happened in Honnavar?

    Paresh Mesta case: Forensic expert demolishes BJP's claims. What happened in Honnavar?

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    Local BJP leaders have alleged that "jihadi elements" killed Mesta, and that religious tattoos on his body were mutilated - either before or after his death. The police said that action will be initiated against abetting communal incidences at Honnavara, including assault on a senior police official. "Thereafter, through various absolutely false social media messages based on the above mentioned press release , a deliberate attempt is made to divide the society on communal lines and flare ...
  • Having An Older Brother Linked To Male Homosexuality

    Having An Older Brother Linked To Male Homosexuality

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    But a major new study, conducted over 20 years, suggests that men who are gay tend to have a greater number of older brothers-and for an actual, scientific reason. The study, however, explicitly excluded mothers of bisexual sons and of adult transgender individuals, and classified three mothers with "gender-dysphoric" sons as mothers of gay sons (because researchers predicted these sons would be likely to identify as gay men as adults).