• Champaran Satyagraha: PM Modi flags off Humsafar Express train

    Champaran Satyagraha: PM Modi flags off Humsafar Express train

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    Around 10,000 Swachhagrahis from several parts of Bihar and rest from other states will be attending the event by PM Modi. We at LatestLY bring to you the details of PM Modi's visit to Champaran on April 10. "The Prime Minister's message to Swachhagrahis will be a true tribute to Bapu ( Mahatma Gandhi ) from the land of Champaran, especially on the occasion of the concluding ceremony of Satyagraha centenary celebrations", East Champaran District Magistrate Raman Kumar told reporters on ...
  • Police cuts 'likely contributed' to violence rise, document says

    Police cuts 'likely contributed' to violence rise, document says

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    Paul Simpson via Getty Images 7,000 Police Community Support Officers have been lost. Rudd is to launch a new strategy aimed at tackling serious violent crime on Monday, with a high emphasis on prevention and law enforcement. "Even if ministers choose to disagree with officials on whether police cuts contributed to the rise in knife crime, the Home Office still needs to address the central question about whether there are enough neighbourhood police to bring knife crime down again, at a ...
  • Jagdish Tytler may have left Cong harmony programme on instructions

    Jagdish Tytler may have left Cong harmony programme on instructions

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    When confronted by Times Now , Tytler rubbished the claims that he was sidelined and said he was not there to sit on the stage but give support to the cadres. When asked about the Sikh community's sentiment being hurt by Tytler, the 1984 Sikh riot accused Congress leader said, "If you come to my constituency and I will take you to every gurudwara, not a single Sikh".
  • Reed and McIlroy begin quest for Masters glory

    Reed and McIlroy begin quest for Masters glory

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    Spieth had five birdies during his bogey-free first nine holes. This time it's for a green jacket, not a gold Ryder Cup trophy. Surely he'll take a couple back to Austin to celebrate with his teammates. The largest 36-hole comeback at the Masters was Jack Burke Jr. rallying from eight shots down to beat Ken Venturi in 1956, and only because the amateur soared to an 80 on the final day.
  • Brazil's ex-president Lula jailed for corruption

    Brazil's ex-president Lula jailed for corruption

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    After supporters blocked his vehicle, Lula left the headquarters of the Metalworkers' Union in this city in Sao Paulo state on foot, reports Xinhua. Lula had earlier announced he would turn himself in, but also maintained his innocence and argued his corruption conviction was simply a way for enemies to make sure he does not run for re-election in October.
  • Johnny Manziel throws TD in first game in 832 days

    Johnny Manziel throws TD in first game in 832 days

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    The next opportunity for Manziel to take the field will be on April 12 with there being one more set of games to play in the Spring Football League, which could be another time for him to potentially spark the interest of any potential NFL teams .
  • Death Notices for April 7, 2018

    Death Notices for April 7, 2018

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    Martha Roberts Nix McDowell, born in Rome, Ga. on February 25, 1918, died peacefully at her home in Decatur on March 28, 2018, surrounded by friends. After attending Western Grove schools for 10 years, she graduated from Alpena High School in 1963.
  • Beijing to fight United States tariffs 'at any cost' after Trump threat

    Beijing to fight United States tariffs 'at any cost' after Trump threat

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    China announces it will impose additional tariffs of 25% on 106 United States goods including soybeans , autos, chemicals, some types of aircraft and corn products and other agricultural goods. Kudlow spoke Friday outside the White House. Now the question is - what will China do in response? "Obviously you listen to them both and you hope cooler heads eventually prevail", said Tuz.
  • Weather Authority: More spring snow possible Saturday, Monday

    Weather Authority: More spring snow possible Saturday, Monday

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    The lowest elevations may even see "white rain" or rain/snow mix for hours - and still a decent chance of having only cold rain. As the temperature drop and rainfall gets heavier, it makes for a miserable afternoon. Forecast models show about an inch of snow could accumulate along the Virginia line. Another storm will move into Colorado late next week. Saturday calls for a high of 53 degrees, with overnight lows in the lower to mid-30s.
  • Three arrested from Himachal Pradesh for leaking CBSE Class XII Economics paper

    Three arrested from Himachal Pradesh for leaking CBSE Class XII Economics paper

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    The paper that Kumar leaked was eventually circulated in 40 Whatsapp groups. The three arrested by the Delhi Police Crime Branch include Rakesh, a teacher at the school , Ashok, a peon and Amit, a clerk. On April 1, two teachers of a private Delhi school and a tutor at a private institute were arrested over the paper leak even as one CBSE official found "lax" in the performance of duty was suspended from service.
  • Daredevils sign Plunkett as Rabada's replacement

    Daredevils sign Plunkett as Rabada's replacement

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    Yorkshire bowler Plunkett was picked from a pool of available replacements. Commenting on the injury, Proteas team manager Mohammed Moosajee said: "Kagiso has been diagnosed with a lower back stress reaction which will rule him out of cricket action for up to three months".
  • Price, Ramirez fueled Boston's opening day win

    Price, Ramirez fueled Boston's opening day win

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    But he was also asked about that ovation, for the simple reason that the last time Price and Red Sox fans stood awkwardly on the doorstop after a date the latter offered a kiss and the former settled for a handshake. Smith also blew the Opening Day game in Tampa when he threw a similarly dead-red fastball to Denard Span for a three-run triple at Tropicana Field.
  • Woman, 19, accused of killing teen now charged with robbery, assault

    Woman, 19, accused of killing teen now charged with robbery, assault

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    Conditions of the woman, whose name has not yet been released, and her baby are still unknown. A Magistrate's Court has remanded a 23-year-old suspected conman accused of having slept with more than 13 female members of the country's parliament and used it as a ploy to extort money from them.
  • World Health Day focuses on Universal Health Coverage

    World Health Day focuses on Universal Health Coverage

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    However, nearly 100 million people are being pushed into extreme poverty, forced to survive on just US$ 1.90 or less a day, because they have to pay for health services out of their own pockets. According to an estimate by World Health Organization , there has been an 18 per cent increase in people dealing with depression, that is approximately 300 million people.
  • Facebook to verify identities, require labels for political ads

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    It seems very much that Facebook chose to make "unsend" part of Messenger because of the TechCrunch story-which makes it hard to believe that the company has had time to think through its potential implications. Changes to Facebook's policy around pages with large numbers of followers on the other hand will be implemented right away. Further, Facebook's chief technology officer, Mike Schroepfer , told the Financial Times that the company had made big changes in its approach to the threats ...
  • Old Brain Makes New Neurons, Study Shows

    Old Brain Makes New Neurons, Study Shows

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    Now, a study published in the journal Cell Stem Cell indicates that our brains continue to make neurons in the hippocampus as we age. The researchers examined dentate gyrus, a part of the hippocampus that is thought to produce new neurons .
  • Quitting Facebook Can Reduce Stress, But Increase Loneliness

    Quitting Facebook Can Reduce Stress, But Increase Loneliness

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    Social media platforms have, however, been found to provide users with positive interactions and feelings of support and connectedness in some cases, which can in turn lower levels of depression and anxiety. So they were not "feeling" less stressed out explained the researchers. "People said they felt more unsatisfied with their life, and were looking forward to resuming their Facebook activity", Dr Vanman added.
  • Saba Qamar's Hindi Medium rocks the Chinese box office!

    Saba Qamar's Hindi Medium rocks the Chinese box office!

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    Produced by Bhushan Kumar and Dinesh Vijan and directed by Saket Chaudhary, the Irrfan Khan and Saba Qamar film received huge appreciation from audiences and critics in India, followed by several awards, allowing it to organically make its way to be exhibited in China.
  • Surgeon General Advises Greater Use of Naloxone to Help Save Lives

    Surgeon General Advises Greater Use of Naloxone to Help Save Lives

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    More Americans should be carrying around the potentially life-saving drug, U.S. Surgeon General Dr. Jerome Adams announced on Thursday, April 5th. "Naloxone is increasingly being used by police officers, emergency medical technicians, and non-emergency first responders to reverse opioid overdoses".
  • Nokia 6, Nokia 7 Plus and Nokia 8 First Impressions

    Nokia 6, Nokia 7 Plus and Nokia 8 First Impressions

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    There is also a possibility that HMD Global Oy might announce the price of Nokia 6 (2018 ), but release it in coming months. Airtel customers will also get an extended free subscription to the Airtel TV app till December 31, 2018 and ICICI bank will offer a 5 percent cashback till May 31, 2018.
  • 24 flights diverted as dust storm, rains hit Indian city

    24 flights diverted as dust storm, rains hit Indian city

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    The sky is likely to remain partly cloudy, he added. Trees were uprooted near Karol Bagh, Kalkaji temple, Okhla, Jhandewalan, Akshardham, Baljeet Nagar, Prem Nagar, Kasturba Gandhi Marg, Gyarah Murti and Yamuna Vihar, affecting vehicle movement on the Noida Link Road, Outer Ring Road, Ring Road and DBG Road.
  • J&J loses talc case in New Jersey

    J&J loses talc case in New Jersey

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    The jury found J&J was responsible for 70 percent of the damages and a division of France-based talc supplier Imerys was responsible for 30 percent. Imerys supplied the talc used to manufacture the baby powder . Throughout a lengthy trial that began in late January , attorneys for the Lanzos accused J&J of withholding information from consumers about the health risks of asbestos in its talc-based products for almost half a century.
  • Hospital may have exposed patients to HIV

    Hospital may have exposed patients to HIV

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    There is also no risk for patients who are now staying or seeking treatment from the hospital. Anyone who had spine or orthopedic surgery there between the dates in questions - July 21, 2016, and February 20, 2018 - can contact the hospital, the health department says.
  • Maryland Investigating 1st Reported Case of Bleeding Caused By Fake Weed

    Maryland Investigating 1st Reported Case of Bleeding Caused By Fake Weed

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    Ponni Arunkumar, Cook County's chief medical examiner, said in a news release. A 22-year-old man from Oak Lawn has died after using so-called fake marijuana . Melissa Millewich, an emergency room physician at Advocate Good Samaritan Hospital in Downers Grove. "These recent cases of severe bleeding are evidence of the risks associated with synthetic cannabinoids and the harm these products can cause", said State Health Officer Karen McKeown.
  • Walmart Inc (NYSE:WMT) Shares Bought by Sumitomo Mitsui Trust Holdings Inc

    Walmart Inc (NYSE:WMT) Shares Bought by Sumitomo Mitsui Trust Holdings Inc

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    The company has an average rating of "Hold" and an average target price of $102.40. A low ATR value correlates with a weaker trend movement. USA stocks rebounded on Tuesday after a heavy sell-off in the previous session, as shareholders were monitoring the developments of trade relations between China and the United States.
  • Classes canceled at Villanova after championship victory

    Classes canceled at Villanova after championship victory

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    When Villanova won the school's second NCAA Men's Basketball National Championship in three years, students in Philadelphia celebrated in the way Philadelphians celebrate best - by climbing up greased utility poles . With ten minutes left, DiVincenzo had a brilliant block on Matthews, but Brunson ended up picking up his foul. MI started playing a lot sloppier then they had in the first 7 minutes of the game.
  • 7 injuries reported in southern Iowa school bus rollover

    7 injuries reported in southern Iowa school bus rollover

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    The crash happened near the intersection of Iowa Highway 2 and Lake Road east of Bedford, which is located in Taylor County. The SUV driver was transported to the hospital with minor injuries, Clark said. Stratford police have arrested a school bus driver who is accused of using his bus to buy and deliver heroin. The bus was transporting 15 students from Rigdon Road Elementary School at the time of the accident.
  • Proteas star Kagiso Rabada ruled out of IPL

    Proteas star Kagiso Rabada ruled out of IPL

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    He was then retained by the DD management in the auction this year using their RTM for RS. 4.2 crore. Proteas team doctor Mohammed Moosajee said in a statement on Thursday that Rabada had picked up the injury during the fourth and final Test against Australia at the Wanderers, which South Africa won by a comprehensive 492-run margin to clinch the series 3-1.
  • Surgeon general endorses drug to combat opioid deaths

    Surgeon general endorses drug to combat opioid deaths

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    Adams said increasing the availability of naloxone, as well as expanding treatment services, is key to helping manage opioid addiction and overdoses, which are killing more people per year than traffic accidents. Adams added that increasing both the availability of naloxone and effective treatment is critical to ending the opioid epidemic. Adams insists it is easy to use and safe to administer.
  • Body of missing CDC employee Timothy Cunningham found

    Body of missing CDC employee Timothy Cunningham found

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    On Tuesday night, fishermen contacted authorities after discovering a body in the Chattahoochee River near Donald L. Hollowell, about 400 yards upstream from the bridge, and on the Atlanta side of the river. Sgt. Stafford said the area where Cunningham was found was inaccessible through walking. The CDC said DPH officials reached out for help after noticing a surge in new HIV cases a year ago in Lawrence and Lowell.
  • Study Says Pasta Linked To Healthy Dieting & Weight Loss

    Study Says Pasta Linked To Healthy Dieting & Weight Loss

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    It saw one group consume 3.3 servings of pasta a week and another eat alternative forms of carbohydrates, like white rice, potatoes and white bread. The study, published in journal BMJ Open , involved several control trials with nearly 2,500 people who ate 3.3 servings of pasta a week instead of other forms of carbs.
  • "Nightmare Bacteria" With Rare Antibiotic Resistance Genes Found All Across America

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    Nightmare bacteria is the unsafe germ carbapenem-resistant Enterobacteriaceae (CRE), which can kill if it gets into the bloodstream, urinary tract or lungs. CBS News chief medical correspondent Dr. Jon LaPook reports that the death rate can be as high as 50 percent. "These genes are lurking in American patients and they are spreading in hospitals and health care facilities ".
  • Air NZ, Virgin Australia To End Seven-Year Partnership

    Air NZ, Virgin Australia To End Seven-Year Partnership

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    Air New Zealand and Virgin Australia will go their separate ways from Oct 2018. Air New Zealand's Chief Digital Officer Avi Golan says, "Artificial intelligence has not only given our customers another quick and convenient way for them to interact with us and get travel information, but Oscar has also freed up our customer service agents to focus on handling more complex queries".
  • Malayalam cinema's 'permanent villain' Ajith passes away in Kochi

    Malayalam cinema's 'permanent villain' Ajith passes away in Kochi

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    The actor made his debut on silver screens with Parannu Parannu Parannu in 1983 which was directed by Padmarajan. He also did supporting roles. He has acted with the Mammootty and Mohanlal, in a good number of films. Nobody else played a better villain than Kollam Ajith . Malayalam Actor Ajith Died He started his career with the 1984 hit Paranu Paranu Paranu by ace Malayali director Padmarajan.