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Centre trying to attack personal law, says AIMPLB


Members of the board also said that the verdict might pave the way for a Uniform Civil Code, which will be an equally hard task considering the fact that India is home to diverse communities and equally diverse practices. This stand of the government is contrary to the protection guaranteed by the Constitution of India. "We make categorical statement that the community can not and shall not tolerate such attack on personal law of Muslim community". Read More »

'Exit from Brexit': Pathetic protesters march in London


Organisers estimated at least 50,000 protesters were marching through central London before converging on Parliament Square on Saturday for a rally. "The British people did not vote for confusion and neither should Parliament". May's government is expected to win the vote, but could face rebellions by pro-European members of her own Conservative party as MPs scrutinise the bill in the coming weeks. Read More »

Washington WR Terrelle Pryor was almost an Eagle in offseason


Josh Doctson has heard the question for more than a year, everyone wanting to know when the Washington Redskins' 2016 first-round draft pick would be able to contribute. Second-year RB Wendell Smallwood could end up getting most of the carries, though veteran Darren Sproles is still risky whenever he touches the ball. Read More »

Agios Pharmaceuticals Inc (NASDAQ:AGIO) Institutional Investor Positioning


The firm has "Buy" rating by Oppenheimer given on Monday, June 26. The stock of Agios Pharmaceuticals Inc (NASDAQ:AGIO) earned "Buy" rating by Oppenheimer on Thursday, June 1. will post ($7.07) earnings per share for the current fiscal year. The Company's cancer product candidates are enasidenib and ivosidenib (AG-120), which target mutated isocitrate dehydrogenase 2 (IDH2) and isocitrate dehydrogenase 1 (IDH1), respectively, and AG-881, which targets both mutated IDH1 and mutated IDH2. Read More »

Browns to join police, military in pregame show of unity

The Cleveland Browns will take the field on Sunday with some area police and firefighters in a pregame show of unity. More than a dozen Browns players knelt and prayed during the national anthem prior to the team's Monday night game against the New York Giants . Read More »

Home Depot, Inc. (The) (NYSE:HD) EVP Sells 15000 Shares of Stock

The company has been consistently gaining from its interconnected strategy, focus on Pro customers, and housing market recovery. During the same period past year, the firm earned $1.97 earnings per share. The following firms have recently changed their position in HD. The company also recently disclosed a quarterly dividend, which will be paid on Thursday, September 14th. Read More »

Stock Rating Update on the Shares of Fitbit Inc (FIT)

To measure price-variation, we found FIT's volatility during a week at 4.52% and during a month it has been found around 4.63%. A number of equities research analysts recently weighed in on the company. The value of the investment in FIT went from $2,762,000 to $2,605,000 a change of $157,000 for the reporting period. Following the completion of the transaction, the executive vice president now directly owns 80,332 shares in the company, valued at approximately $456,285.76. Read More »

Diabetes Monitoring In New Fitbit


Massachusetts-based American Rech And Commerce has invested 0% in DexCom , Inc. A 12 analysts rate it as either a buy or a strong buy, while 0 believe that investors should either steer clear of (NYSE:CI) or, if they already own its stock, sell it. Read More »

Parliament urged to pass LI on Mental Health


However, she added that "every death by suicide is a tragic and devastating event that impacts on the lives of so many people". Suicide is the second leading cause of death among young people aged 15 to 24. Don't sensationalize it. Don't glamorize it". The UN health agency reports the most common methods of suicide are self-poisoning with pesticide and firearms. Read More »

19 killed in suspected Fulani reprisal attack


He stated: " We are suspecting Fulanis to have carried out the attack on our village (Ancha) because about a month ago, Fulanis living within this location accused our village (Ancha) of killing and beheading a Fulani boy ". Police Public Relations Officer, DSP Terna Tyopev , confirmed the incident, but yet to release details. Meanwhile, previously reported that about 22 people were reportedly killed following an attack by suspected Fulani herdsmen in Hwak-Kwata village, ... Read More »

Noticeable Price Move:- Capital One Financial Corporation (COF)


Incyte Corporation (NASDAQ:INCY) has risen 72.84% since September 7, 2016 and is uptrending. It has outperformed by 41.42% the S&P500. About 7.30M shares traded or 111.59% up from the average. It increased, as 45 investors sold COF shares while 301 reduced holdings. The financial services provider reported $1.96 earnings per share (EPS) for the quarter, topping analysts' consensus estimates of $1.90 by $0.06. Read More »

Boko Haram militants kill seven in Borno IDPs camp


The Borno state police command police is yet to authorize the attack which came a few hours after the protesters attacked a checkpoint of the Nigerian Drug Law Enforcement Agency (NDLEA) and a commercial bus stop in the area. The police Explosive Ordinance Disposal team was mobilized to the scene to render the un-exploded improvised explosive device safe, while normalcy has been restored to the area, the spokesperson added. Read More »

GoPro is skyrocketing after forecasting an adjusted profit (GPRO)


Investors are feeling more bullish on GoPro , Inc. lately if you take into consideration the decrease in short interest. The stock had a trading volume of 6,566,338 shares. GoPro's shares have fallen almost 50 percent since October over concerns it is losing ground to feature-rich smartphones and rival products from companies such as Garmin and Sony. Read More »

SC bars agitation over NEET-2017 issue in Tamil Nadu


Police said they did not apprehend peaceful protesters against NEET, and took action only when they walked blocked traffic. She killed herself at her residence a week after the Centre declared that Tamil Nadu can not be exempted from NEET. Anitha, was a 17-year-old student from the Ariyalur district of Tamil Nadu, who had scored 1,176 marks out of 1,200 in the plus two exams while studying under the Tamil Nadu state board. Read More »

Don't let your dog sleep with you in bed


A new study has found that sleeping with a dog - whether it's a Chihuahua or a Great Dane - helps people to sleep better. The dogs and their owners had sleeping trackers to monitor sleep patterns for a period of seven nights. But the participants who let the dogs actually sleep in the bed with them had disrupted sleep. It turns out that small dogs dream more frequently and have shorter dreams and larger dogs dream less but have longer dreams. Read More »

3 things we learned from Boise State win


Boise State went up three touchdowns in the fourth after defensive lineman Curtis Weaver ran a fumble recovery back 55 yards for a score. On Washington State's ensuing possession, the Cougs had to settle for a game-tying field goal, not being able to convert on a 3rd and goal from the Boise 1. Read More »

NY Attorney General Eric Schneiderman Suing Trump Administration Over DACA


NY and 14 other states sued President Donald Trump Wednesday over his plan to end an Obama-era, temporary amnesty program that protects people who are in the United States illegally from being deported. UH President and Chancellor Renu Khator said in a statement that the Trump administration's decision is "of great concern to the University of Houston System". Read More »

GST council meet successfully ended ; here are the major decisions taken


Khadi sold through KVIC stores to be exempted from GST; no additional burden on small cars will be levied by way of additional cess. Read Also: Modi justifies demonetisationThe Council has amended the framework of branded food products to prevent abuse by some manufacturers who started deregistering their products as unpacked items were spared tax. Read More »

GOP Senator Promises Health Care Bill Within 10 Days


He and other lawmakers are on a clock: insurance companies have until September 27 to decide whether it makes sense for them to participate in the ACA exchanges. "I'd be making the argument that at least some of the seed money should be coming from the feds because the feds are going to save money", she told the governors at Thursday's hearing. Read More »

Mom with terminal cancer chooses her baby's life over her own


Doctors told the couple a clinical trial could extend her life for at least 10 to 15 years, but the family, is devoutly Christian and ultimately decided against it, Nick said. Nick said that he kissed his wife on the forehead and told her that she had successfully given their child life. The couple from the western MI city of Wyoming have five other kids. Read More »

Paraplegic French girl bloodied in rat attack in Roubaix


This inability to voluntarily move the lower parts of the body usually affects toes, feet, legs, and sometimes the abdomen. Paraplegia can be further categorized into two types- complete or incomplete. The defenceless girl was left "drenched in blood" after being attacked by the rodents who bit and scratched her hundreds of times in the city of Roubaix. Read More »

This 'Pen' Can Be Used To Test Tissue For Cancer


At present, the methods which are used for diagnosing cancers and deciding the boundary between a cancerous and normal tissue while conducting a surgery is not only slow but sometimes is inaccurate. "Any time we can offer the patient a more precise surgery, a quicker surgery or a safer surgery, that's something we want to do", said James Suliburk, head of endocrine surgery at the Baylor College of Medicine as well as a member of the research team. Read More »

Girl's donated organs help a record eight people


NHS Blood and Transplant is sharing Jemima's story to help inspire other people to tell their families and people around to donate and help save lives. Jemima collapsed at home on March 10, 2012. "If Jemima had survived, the ruptured aneurysm would have severely affected her communication and the right side of her body", they say on the trust website. Read More »

Be their lifeline, stand up for mental health


Tune in to 98.1 KMBZ for our two-hour, commercial-free broadcast of I'm Listening - on World Suicide Prevention Day - featuring personal stories from musicians and artists like including Metallica , Logic and more. "There's never just one reason, there's never just one thing". If you suspect someone you know is at risk for suicide, there are ways to help. Use language like: "Sounds like you are going through a lot right now, is it so bad that you are thinking about suicide, about ... Read More »

Alcohol Industry is Misleading People about Alcohol-Cancer risks


It is estimated that 4 percent of the new cancers in United Kingdom each year are linked to alcohol consumption . According to the British-led team of global experts, the alcohol industry and "responsible drinking bodies" they fund are claiming that there is a no link between drink and cancer. Read More »

West Nile confirmed in human in Grey county


West Nile Virus was identified in an adult Ochlerotatus dupreei , a species that is occasionally collected in light traps in Brunswick County. "While not every mosquito carries the virus, West Nile illness is present in Denton County", said Juan Rodriguez, assistant director and chief epidemiologist with Denton County Public Health. Read More »