• India's Nehra to quit internationals, IPL
India's Nehra to quit internationals, IPL

He could have played a lot more but for the constant injuries. Nehra is now part of three-match T20I series against Australia but he didn't feature in the first two matches. So those struggling periods made me strong mentally. He last donned the national outfit during the home T20I series against England earlier this year.

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  • Defence data hack puts cyber security in the spotlight
Defence data hack puts cyber security in the spotlight

An Australian Signals Directorate employee, Mitchell Clarke, revealed at an IT industry conference on Wednesday foreign hackers stole 30 gigabytes of data from an unnamed Defence Department contractor past year. "Once again, the latest cyber-attack on the Australian defence programme highlights fundamental flaws in current security models". Acco...

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  • County issues air quality health advisory
County issues air quality health advisory

The district issued a smoke advisory yesterday (Oct. 10) because of the wildfires, which have burned tens of thousands of acres, and later in the day issued a health advisory and Spare the Air alert. That is the same amount of pollutants that all of California's 35 million cars produce in a year. The school district canceled all athletic pr...

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  • United States shows off bombers again over Korea
United States shows off bombers again over Korea

The joint military drill was the latest show of force against North Korea, whose leader is engaged in a heated war of words with U.S. President Donald Trump . "There is an urgent need for the military to change and update parts that were stolen by North Korea", Lee said. North Korea has been conducting regular missile tests in recent months as w...

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  • NFL's Josh Gordon Comes Clean About Marijuana Usage
NFL's Josh Gordon Comes Clean About Marijuana Usage

Gordon's first suspension, for the first two games of the 2013 season, was levied after he failed a drug test for codeine, which he said was an ingredient in the cough syrup that was prescribed by a doctor. "Given an opportunity, I believe I can prove my worth". A Baylor regent also told the authors that they felt the program's drug policies prev...

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  • Berrien Health Department Offering Flu Shot Clinics
Berrien Health Department Offering Flu Shot Clinics

The symptoms can be mild and last only a few days or they can be severe and hang around for weeks. And flu is nothing to sniff at. Last year, the flu was responsible for about 14.400 death, according to the estimates of public Health France.

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  • Zoella Opens Up About Her Anxiety For World Mental Health Day
Zoella Opens Up About Her Anxiety For World Mental Health Day

The Rossy Family Foundation's recent gift to U of T is also helping to provide more localized campus mental-health services. Unfortunately, however, you may opt to keep your nose to the grindstone instead, not realizing-or wanting to admit-how desperately you need that mental-health day until it's too late.

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  • Taylor and Cephus a huge part of Badgers offense
Taylor and Cephus a huge part of Badgers offense

Seldom have the games had a direct bearing on the division race. On the first play of the drive , Hornibrook threw what may have been his least thought-out pass attempt of the year which landed directly in Nebraska CB Aaron William's arms.

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  • Time, live streaming and where to watch on TV
Time, live streaming and where to watch on TV

That allowed Brazil to claim the lead just before the half-time whistle, as Paulinho latched on to Marcos Antonio's fine through-ball before beating Spain goalkeeper Alvaro Fernandez with a rising finish. 41′: U-17 World Cup us not necessarily a reflection of the senior side and this match is proving that. We could see that since warm-up, peopl...

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  • Heartbeat : Breast Cancer Awareness Month
Heartbeat : Breast Cancer Awareness Month

The R.E.D. Rose Program addresses the need in our community for quality breast cancer screenings and treatment services for those who are uninsured or underinsured. Benjamin Smith, of the University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center in Houston. The mammogram detected stage one breast cancer , they said, adding that she was surprised at the ...

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  • Pay Rs 3000 crore to avoid metro fare hike: Centre to Kejriwal
Pay Rs 3000 crore to avoid metro fare hike: Centre to Kejriwal

The CM also said till that happens, let the spirit of partnership prevail. Chief minister Arvind Kejriwal on Sunday offered to take over Delhi Metro Rail Corporation to improve its "efficiency". Centre tells AAP if they want hike to go, must compensate Metro for lossesThe Delhi government has refused to back down on the fare hike issue with...

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  • Michigan State Spartans emerge as a threat in the Big Ten East
Michigan State Spartans emerge as a threat in the Big Ten East

One week after taking a step forward in his development with a win against Iowa, Lewerke made another leap by securing his first road victory with the Spartans. But even right before the half, when a field goal would have made it a one-score game for MI, tight end Sean McKeon also committed a costly fumble that ensured the margin stayed at 11 point...

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  • Dannon cuts ties with Cam Newton following 'sexist' comments
Dannon cuts ties with Cam Newton following 'sexist' comments

One of those sponsors, yoghurt maker Dannon , said it was "shocked and disheartened" at Newton's behaviour and comments as it announced it had cut ties with him. Meanwhile, on Thursday, Rodrigue also tweeted an apology for what she called "offensive tweets" posted on her account four to five years ago. Joining the choir of backlash was rever...

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  • Yankees Joe Girardi Strikes Out Over Strike Three Challenge
Yankees Joe Girardi Strikes Out Over Strike Three Challenge

Girardi had a series of questionable decisions including choosing not to challenge a controversial hit-by-pitch call that allowed the Indians to load the bases, hitting a grand slam in the next at-bat to cut the Yankees lead to one run. "I'm excited for him because past year he missed out". We also touched on some of the various decisions Terry F...

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  • Delhi: Five Killed in Shahdara Over Alleged Property Dispute
Delhi: Five Killed in Shahdara Over Alleged Property Dispute

There was no forced entry into house and no valuables were stolen. The crime was detected at around 7 am when neighbors and a nephew of Urmila found Rakesh in a pool of blood in the parking area of the house. As the dazed nephew entered the drawing room, he found his cousins - bloodied and sprawled on the floor, a police officer said. (Picture:...

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  • Zack Greinke to start NLDS Game 3 for Diamondbacks
Zack Greinke to start NLDS Game 3 for Diamondbacks

They won an MLB-high 104 games this season, the most since the storied franchise moved west from Brooklyn. In terms of head-to-head meetings in 2017, Kershaw went 2-0 with a ridiculous 0.59 ERA and 0.59 WHIP in two starts against the D-Backs this year (both starts came pre-injury), while Walker made three starts against the Dodgers , going 2-0 w...

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  • Mexico offers aid to Puerto Rico after Donald Trump's 'terrible' visit
Mexico offers aid to Puerto Rico after Donald Trump's 'terrible' visit

Then-Republican candidate Trump called Democratic candidate Hillary Clinton a "nasty woman" during the final presidential debate in October 2016. After President Donald Trump said Puerto Rico's debt will be wiped out, White House officials rushed to rule out any us bailout of bondholders, who lent the commonwealth about $74 billion.

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  • Kareena Kapoor Khan and Taimur Ali Khan Pataudi hit Mumbai airport again
Kareena Kapoor Khan and Taimur Ali Khan Pataudi hit Mumbai airport again

And from the early reviews, it seems that despite being a remake the film has been able to retain the original while contextualising it to the Indian arena and has added a freshness to the movie. His movie, Chef , is up for release this weekend and Saif has been traveling all over the country promoting the movie. However, this news of the movie ...

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  • Breast cancer awareness key to reducing mortality rate
Breast cancer awareness key to reducing mortality rate

These unbelievable events are not only successful in raising funds to FIGHT breast cancer , but in bringing a community together in the FIGHT. October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month, and Munson is pulling out all the stops to get the word out.

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  • Louis Weather Conditions and Forecast, October 5 am
Louis Weather Conditions and Forecast, October 5 am

This Morning: Temperatures starting out in the upper 60s and lower 70s with partly cloudy skies and light south-southeasterly winds. Highs are expected to be around 75 and lows in the mid-50s. As you're getting up conditions outside will be partly cloudy to mostly cloudy with temperatures in the upper 60s to mid-70s and winds are out of the south ...

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  • Nigeria vs Zambia: Super Eagles in victory mood
Nigeria vs Zambia: Super Eagles in victory mood

Find out what time Nigeria v Zambia gets underway where you are in the world. The coach said that he had absolute confidence in not just his players but their management because they were on top of the cracker between the two countries.

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  • Red Cross: blood supply adequate after Vegas shooting
Red Cross: blood supply adequate after Vegas shooting

Bloodmobiles will be onsite from 10am - 2pm by The Roost in the center of campus. "While our primary mission supports local patients, when catastrophes happen we do whatever we can to help - even when local supplies are as tight as they've been in recent weeks", AuBuchon said.

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  • Delhi Police promises action against offenders
Delhi Police promises action against offenders

Soon after the photograph was picked up by various media outlets, a video that had been uploaded on Radhe Maa's Facebook page also went viral. In another video of same day, Radhe Maa was found dancing with five police personnel who are seen singing patriotic songs.

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  • Valley heightens its breast cancer awareness
Valley heightens its breast cancer awareness

Adorned with the word "love" in shimmering silver on a pink band, and presented to shoppers in its traditional heart-shaped package, the 2017 Payless BCA bracelet, is an integral part of the design of the Payless Breast Cancer Bracelet. LeToy Hannah's successful battle against ovarian cancer has inspired her to help others fight against the sil...

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  • United States mother who refused to vaccinate son is sent to jail
United States mother who refused to vaccinate son is sent to jail

She refused, according to WXYZ TV in Detroit . Anti-vaccination advocates - or anti-vaxxers - believe that immunising children exposes them to harm, and could be linked to autism. The judge revealed to Bedrow that she showed up in court on November 30 and consented to get her son vaccinated. Rebecca Bredow is scheduled to appear in court Wed...

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  • Greek court backs extradition of BTC-e's alleged owner to US
Greek court backs extradition of BTC-e's alleged owner to US

Vinnik, 38, was detained in Greece on July 25 at the request of USA authorities charging him with a number of offenses. US authorities accuse Vinnik of running a multibillion-dollar digital-money-laundering network and of involvement in laundering money from criminal proceeds, charges he denies.

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  • Propane Market Value Chain Analysis and Forecast up to 2022
Propane Market Value Chain Analysis and Forecast up to 2022

The report segments the Volunteer Management Software market in the globe on the basis of product types and end-use application segments. The report travels deep into the market and the chapters such as taxonomy showcases all the segments that complete the framework of the global holographic films market .

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  • Renewables To Account for a Third of Global Power Generation in 2022
Renewables To Account for a Third of Global Power Generation in 2022

Last year, new solar photovoltaic (PV) capacity around the world grew by 50 per cent, reaching over 74 gigawatts (GW), with China accounting for nearly half of this expansion. In line with its recent determination to end up a victor in the renewable energy market, China led the way on building solar capacity. By then, renewables will account for ...

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  • United States expels 15 Cuban diplomats following 'sonic attacks'
United States expels 15 Cuban diplomats following 'sonic attacks'

That spies, working under diplomatic cover, comprised the majority of the early victims adds an entirely new element of mystery to whats harmed at least 21 Americans over the past year. There was no immediate reaction from Cuba's embassy in Washington late Monday after word emerged that the United States planned to ask Cuban diplomats to leave.

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  • Ban on Abortion After 20 Weeks Passes House
Ban on Abortion After 20 Weeks Passes House

Sometimes, the abortionist injects the drug digoxin into them, which causes fatal cardiac arrest. "Each life that feels pain should be free from being tortured", Ms. Only three Democrats joined Republicans. The bill would make the usual exceptions for cases of rape and incest, and cases in which the life of the mother would be put into danger...

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  • Hadiya case: SC to examine if HC can annul marriage
Hadiya case: SC to examine if HC can annul marriage

Their marriage was annulled by the High Court of Kerala on the plea of Love Jihad. The apex court further stated that the father can't have control over a 24-year-old adult. "No shouting. Instead of questioning legal foundation, you are straying here and there". Senior advocates Kapil Sibal and Indira Jaising are arguing the case.

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  • Supreme Court to examine whether Kerala HC can annul marriage
Supreme Court to examine whether Kerala HC can annul marriage

It also wondered if a 24-year-old girl can be kept in her father's custody after the HC's order on May 25. The bench said a fresh plea from Shafin Jahan will be heard on October 9 where he has sought reversal of the earlier order where the National Investigation Agency (NIA ) was ordered to probe all the angles in the case.

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  • Tattoo ink that changes color could be used to monitor health
Tattoo ink that changes color could be used to monitor health

The ink could change colors if the person is dehydrated or if the blood sugar rises. The researchers paired biosensitive inks with traditional tattoo artistry as a way to overcome some of the limitations of biomedical monitoring devices that now do not seamlessly integrate with the body.

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  • Three US scientists win Nobel Prize in Medicine
Three US scientists win Nobel Prize in Medicine

Three US scientists Jeffery Hall, Michael Young and Michael Rosbash won the 2017 Nobel prize for medicine . " Michael Rosbash and Jeffrey C. Hall represent the innovation and collaboration that Brandeis has been known for since its founding", said Brandeis University President Ron Liebowitz.

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  • Nigeria @ 57: IPOB Members to wear Black
Nigeria @ 57: IPOB Members to wear Black

The centre is determined to hold. "The country must first be secured". " They have never taken responsibility before (because) they were not prepared to rule Nigeria . "Not only does the president want agitations managed through appropriate constitutional channels, he also wants a clarification of demands in concise terms, as well as propositio...

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