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The Rebels finished 11-0 that second season and were ranked No. 2 among small colleges by both AP and UPI, before losing to DE in the NCAA Division II semifinals. Meyer was hired when the Colts were 0-13 and after three seasons, they were 9-6 during another strike-shortened year. He was sacked after a 5-3 start in 1984 and accepted the coaching position in Indianapolis late in 1986 after the Colts started 0-13.
  • Woman 'molested' by Ola cab driver in Bengaluru

    Woman 'molested' by Ola cab driver in Bengaluru

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    The victim was travelling from Indiranagar to BTM Layout. According to the woman, the vehicle had reached the intermediate Ring Road on the way to Koramangala when the driver stopped the auto by the roadside. The woman said that she ran for a few hundred meters before she found an auto-rickshaw. However, she did not file a formal complaint with the police, an ANI report said.
  • Sterling extends drop, stocks rise on reports no Brexit deal this week

    Sterling extends drop, stocks rise on reports no Brexit deal this week

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    The UK is hoping to start talks about a free trade agreement but the European Union says it will only recommend this can take place when it deems "sufficient progress" has been made on the other issues. The EU has warned May that Sunday (10) is deadline if she wants leaders to approve the opening of Brexit trade talks at a summit next Thursday and Friday (14-15).
  • Obama: 'Absence of American leadership' on climate

    Obama: 'Absence of American leadership' on climate

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    Leaders elsewhere have taken similar action, despite Trump's announcement earlier this year that the USA would pull out of the 2015 Paris agreement , which involves nations setting benchmarks to reduce emissions of heat-trapping gases. "We can not afford to be cautious", she said. Portland joins a list of cities and states across the country that are acting in direct contrast - and even independence from - the Trump administration on federal matters like climate change.
  • AbbVie Inc. (NYSE:ABBV) Shares Bought by OMERS ADMINISTRATION Corp

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    The rating was maintained by Citigroup on Monday, November 20 with "Neutral". Webster Bank increased Abbvie Inc (ABBV ) stake by 11.85% reported in 2017Q2 SEC filing. AbbVie Inc. has a fifty-two week low of $58.80 and a fifty-two week high of $98.52. Centers Of America owns 72,468 shares. Rice Hall James & Assocs Ltd Com owns 21,037 shares.
  • Atiku Arrives PDP Headquarters, Meets Caretaker Committee

    Atiku Arrives PDP Headquarters, Meets Caretaker Committee

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    He says the PDP has opened its gate for all who left the party and all who are willing to return and to contest on a level playing ground with those who have remained are welcomed. Ifeanyi Okowa, has warned aspirants to the various positions of the party to keep their campaigners away from the Eagles Square, venue of the convention on Saturday.
  • Trump Meeting With Schumer, Pelosi Back On After Cancellation

    Trump Meeting With Schumer, Pelosi Back On After Cancellation

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    The Oval Office sit-down will come after Pelosi of California and Schumer of NY pulled out of a planned meeting on November 28 after Trump tweeted, "I don't see a deal!" Schumer and Pelosi issued a joint statement Monday, saying they were glad the White House requested a second meeting.
  • Thirty-six people die in listeriosis outbreak in SA

    Thirty-six people die in listeriosis outbreak in SA

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    Listeriosis is caused by a bacterium found in soil, water and vegetation. This can lead to septicaemia and meningoencephalitis‚ which is an infection of the brain. "The source of this outbreak is now being investigated", he said. Listeriosis can be best prevented by eating hot, cooked foods, washing hands and raw vegetables thoroughly and by avoiding raw, uncooked, non-pasteurised dairy products.
  • Philippines halts sale of dengue vaccine as Sanofi downplays risk

    Philippines halts sale of dengue vaccine as Sanofi downplays risk

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    One such country, the Philippines, announced it would launch an investigation into the purchase of Sanofi's vaccine, and its Department of Health has put the vaccination program on hold . "In this group, all fully recovered with proper medical treatment". Dengvaxia, the first approved dengue vaccine, had been forecast by Sanofi to eventually bring in almost $1 billion in annual sales.
  • Congressman Sander Levin, 86, Calling it Quits in 2018

    Congressman Sander Levin, 86, Calling it Quits in 2018

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    Levin, whose Democratic-leaning district is in suburban Detroit, said he will teach at the University of MI after 36 years in Washington. Levin has represented varying parts of suburban Detroit since the early 1980s. Michigan's 9th Congressional District includes areas of Oakland and Macomb counties. Another potential Democratic candidate is state Sen. His brother, Carl Levin, served in the U.S.
  • Jones out for Sugar Bowl against Clemson

    Jones out for Sugar Bowl against Clemson

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    The other semifinal is at the Rose Bowl in Pasadena, California, where No. 2 Oklahoma faces No. 3 Georgia. Because the committee blessed the Sugar Bowl, host of a January 1 national semifinal, with No. Defensively, Clemson football yields 3.0 points and 120.0 total yards (1.0 in passing and 119.0 in rushing) per game. An Alabama wins their matchup in the Sugar Bowl against Clemson and all SEC national title game which I'm sure the national media will just love did it the did they get it right.
  • Pope Francis says

    Pope Francis says "Rohingya" on last day in Bangladesh

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    However, the Pope fully compensated for his silence in Bangladesh by meeting with 16 Rohingya refugees, begged them for forgiveness for what they had endured and the "indifference of the world" to their plight. Without divulging the contents of the private encounter, Francis said: "I did it in such a way that he understood that it's not viable to redo today the way things were done in the past".
  • Manafort Broke Gag Order, Ghost Wrote Op-Ed With Kremlin Connected Colleague

    Manafort Broke Gag Order, Ghost Wrote Op-Ed With Kremlin Connected Colleague

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    Manafort has been subject to house arrest and Global Positioning System monitoring since he was charged with conspiracy and money laundering in connection with Mueller's investigation of Russian meddling in the 2016 election. His alleged co-author is a Russian with connections to that nation's intelligence services, according to court documents . "The government's prior general consent to the bail package presupposed that Manafort was complying with the Court's existing orders".
  • Queen biopic halts production over director Bryan Singer's absence

    Queen biopic halts production over director Bryan Singer's absence

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    Tom Hollander , who plays Queen manager Jim Beach, also is said to have briefly quit the film because of Singer's behavior, but was persuaded to return, according to one source. Making matters worse, tensions between Malek and Singer got to the point where the two had a heated altercation on set. But then Thanksgiving rolled around, and after the break, Singer did not return to the set with the rest of the cast and crew.
  • UN?Political Chief Jeffrey Feltman To Visit North Korea This Week

    UN?Political Chief Jeffrey Feltman To Visit North Korea This Week

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    He will meet with the North Korean foreign minister, Ri Yong Ho, and vice-minister, Pak Myong Guk, said a United Nations spokesman, Stephane Dujarric, adding that the visit was in response to "a longstanding invitation from the authorities in Pyongyang for a policy dialogue with the UN".
  • Jimmy Smith suspended four games for PED violation

    Jimmy Smith suspended four games for PED violation

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    Before the injury, Smith was having one of his best seasons as a professional. The Ravens are expected to place Smith on injured reserve this week. The Baltimore Ravens secondary as a whole has been a force to be reckoned with this year. Smith, who played his collegiate football at the University of Colorado, was originally selected by Baltimore in the first round (27th pick overall) of the 2011 NFL Draft.
  • Piece of cheese a day slashes coronary heart assault and stroke danger

    Piece of cheese a day slashes coronary heart assault and stroke danger

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    The study also reveals that people consuming cheese regularly will prone to long life. A recent analysis on a series of studies on the correlation between diet and heart disease brings great news for cheese lovers. Calcium from dairy products including cheese helps to reduce fat in the body, according to Ian Givens, Professor of Food Chain Nutrition at Reading University.
  • FDA Okays First Biosimilar For Treatment Of Certain Breast And Stomach Cancers

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    Shares of Biocon today surged as much as 14 per cent in morning trade after the biotechnology major said it has received regulatory approval to market a biosimilar of cancer drug Herceptin in the United States. Ogivri is the first FDA approved biosimilar to Herceptin and the first biosimilar from Mylan and Biocon's joint portfolio in the US. This milestone secured a clear pathway to commercialize Mylan's biosimilar to Herceptin in various markets globally.
  • Health experts: This year's flu vaccine only 10% effective

    Health experts: This year's flu vaccine only 10% effective

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    While the outlook for the US flu season is grim, Dr. Fauci maintained that Americans should still take the time to get a vaccination. In Australia this past flu season, the problem did not appear to be a mismatch between the flu strains that were circulating and those that the available vaccine protected against, Fauci said.
  • Dogs smarter than cats

    Dogs smarter than cats

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    A team of researchers from six different universities in the U.S., Brazil, Denmark, and South Africa contributed to the research. Cats have significantly less cortical neurons than dogs . After all, what good is all that brain power if dogs still drink out of the toilet? A study led by a Vanderbilt University professor counted for the first time the number of cortical neurons in the brains of cats and dogs and found that dogs possess almost double the amount of neurons compared to cats.
  • Malaysia's health ministry warns of effects of dengue vaccine Dengvaxia

    Malaysia's health ministry warns of effects of dengue vaccine Dengvaxia

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    The vaccine is now recommended in most dengue-endemic countries for people over age nine. "I will prepare [as soon as possible] the appropriate department order". Senators said over the weekend they would call for an investigation into the dengue immunization program to find out what actions the government needed take to protect those who may be exposed to the drug's negative effect.
  • Miami doctors face conundrum with 'do not resuscitate' tattoo

    Miami doctors face conundrum with 'do not resuscitate' tattoo

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    The authors of the journal's case study, wrote: "We initially decided not to honour the tattoo, invoking the principle of not choosing an irreversible path when faced with uncertainty". "He explained that he had lost a bet playing poker with fellow ancillary hospital staffers while inebriated in his younger years; the loser had to tattoo 'D.N.R.' across his chest".
  • Occidental Petroleum (NYSE:OXY) Rating Increased to Buy at Goldman Sachs Group

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    It has underperformed by 16.70% the S&P500. Us Bancorp De decreased its stake in Occidental Petroleum Corporati ( OXY ) by 16.15% based on its latest 2017Q2 regulatory filing with the SEC. Goldman Sachs Group raised shares of Occidental Petroleum from a "neutral" rating to a "buy" rating in a report on Friday, November 17th. JP Morgan downgraded the shares of OXY in report on Monday, May 9 to "Neutral" rating.
  • Stock Shedding Value for The Week: Celgene Corporation (NASDAQ:CELG)

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    Finally, Russell Investments Group Ltd. raised its holdings in shares of Celgene by 9.2% in the 2nd quarter. The Decatur Capital Management Inc holds 76,948 shares with $9.99 million value, down from 84,845 last quarter. The firm has "Buy" rating by Jefferies given on Sunday, October 15. As per Wednesday, September 9, the company rating was maintained by Mizuho. Since June 15, 2017, it had 0 buys, and 3 sales for $2.36 million activity.
  • Flying Reptiles Eggs Discovered in Northwestern China

    Flying Reptiles Eggs Discovered in Northwestern China

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    But even without this storm, it appears pterosaurs were living in large numbers in this area. As it happens, the scans revealed that unborn pterosaurs showed signs of a more advanced development of their legs and not so much of their arms and wings, suggesting they might not have been able to fly from the get-go as previously believed.
  • Chris Pratt, Anna Faris file divorce papers

    Chris Pratt, Anna Faris file divorce papers

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    Jurassic World star Pratt filed his paperwork first, citing irreconcilable differences for the marriage split, and Anna responded at the same time with a mirror image document. According to TMZ , the Guardians of the Galaxy star has filed for divorce. But now, the duo has made a decision to separate officially, after they announced the news of their breakup last August.
  • George, Adams lead Thunder past Timberwolves 111-107

    George, Adams lead Thunder past Timberwolves 111-107

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    George had 35 points and nine assists and Adams scored a career-high 27 points on ideal shooting from the field and the free throw line to help the Thunder beat the Minnesota Timberwolves 111-107 on Friday night. It was Oklahoma City's first win by fewer than nine points this season, and all but two of the team's 12 losses this season have been by nine or fewer points.
  • Bombay student offered INR 1.39 crore per annum by Microsoft during placement

    Bombay student offered INR 1.39 crore per annum by Microsoft during placement

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    According to another report, IT giant Microsoft has made offers for offshore positions and pay packages of around Dollars 215,000, which roughly converts to Rs 1.39 crore per annum. Major recruiters included Apple, Microsoft, The Boston Consulting Group, Texas Instruments, Goldman Sachs, Samsung Research, IBM Research, ITC Ltd, Alvarez and Marsal, Auctus Advisors, Dalberg Advisors, Indeed India Operations, Uber, and Procter and Gamble.
  • Salmonella outbreak linked to pre-cut fruit

    Salmonella outbreak linked to pre-cut fruit

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    If you purchased the fruits between October 25 and December 1 from QFC, Fred Meyer, Rosauers and Central Market stores, you should not eat them and throw them away. Five people in King County, one in Mason County, one in Pierce County, seven in Snohomish County, one in Thurston County, and one in Yakima County, have been diagnosed, as well as two people in Oregon.
  • No 'university' tag for deemed varsities: SC

    No 'university' tag for deemed varsities: SC

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    A highly placed official in the institute said that five years ago when it had tried to apply for national accreditation, the UGC had objected to the change of name, because it had not cleared the region's premier engineering institute to be called PEC University of Technology.
  • Excessive Use of Smartphone Could Change Your Brain Activity

    Excessive Use of Smartphone Could Change Your Brain Activity

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    Researchers also performed a magnetic resonance spectroscopy (MRS) to study the brain chemistry of the participants both before and after the cognitive behavioral therapy. Dr. Seo explained that young people who were addicted had considerably higher scores in anxiety , depression , insomnia severity as well as impulsivity.
  • Bristol-Myers Squibb Company (BMY) Stake Decreased by Concert Wealth Management Inc

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    The stock increased 0.21% or $0.135 during the last trading session, reaching $63.325. About 837,782 shares traded. Micron Technology, Inc. (NASDAQ:MU) has risen 176.27% since December 1, 2016 and is uptrending. Bnp Paribas Arbitrage Sa stated it has 28,733 shares. Orrstown Financial Inc owns 0.04% invested in Bristol-Myers Squibb Company (NYSE: BMY ) for 600 shares.
  • Joe Root urges his men to fight back after Steve Smith's laugh

    Joe Root urges his men to fight back after Steve Smith's laugh

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    Anderson declared in his column: "A bully waits until they are in the ascendancy to pounce on people. That is what Australian teams do", Anderson wrote in the Telegraph . The England camp were underwhelmed by the image of the Australia captain in near hysterics as Cameron Bancroft revealed details of the incident between him and Jonny Bairstow in Perth a month earlier.
  • FDA: Do not give your dog bone treats, they could be deadly

    FDA: Do not give your dog bone treats, they could be deadly

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    Even if he's a good boy, don't put bone treats in your dog's stocking this holiday season because they can pose a serious health risk to your pooch, the U.S. Some reports involved more than one dog, for a total of 90 dogs reported being adversely affected by the bones. If she "just isn't acting right", call your veterinarian right away!' The injuries include cuts to the mouth, blockage of the digestive tract, choking, and more.
  • DOH suspends dengue vaccination program

    DOH suspends dengue vaccination program

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    In a rare step, French drugmaker Sanofi SA plans to ask medicines regulators around the world to limit use of its dengue vaccine only to people who have previously been infected with the mosquito-borne virus, citing long-term clinical data that showed differences in treatment efficacy depending on past infection history.
  • Maina: We are not paying him salary - Kemi Adeosun

    Maina: We are not paying him salary - Kemi Adeosun

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    In his submission, the Accountant-General of the Federation, Ahmed Idris, said that Maina was last paid salary in February 2013. But, having denied that he personally authored any of the letters on Maina's recall, the committee asked what actions he took to find out how letters bearing his seal left his office without his knowledge.