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'Bhoom Bhoom Afridi' chants as Dhoni attends Indian army tourney in Kashmir

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India and Pakistan play against each other at ICC and ACC tournaments. However, India have been adamant about not playing Pakistan in bilateral series. He said, "An India vs Pakistan series is not just sports, it's much more than that so the Government is the best judge and its upto them to take a call if we should play". Read More »

Sri Lank in need of miracle to save Nagpur Test

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Top-ranked India are now just two wickets away from taking a lead in the three-Test series after the first match ended in a draw last week. India didn't let up even then as Ishant Sharma bowled a lovely in-swinger which accounted for opener Sadeera Samarawickrama, who saw his off stump rattle on the second ball of the innings. Read More »

Avatar therapy 'reduces power of schizophrenia voices'

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The new treatment helps schizophrenia sufferers confront these disembodied scolds, and learn to dominate them. For most, drugs reduce the symptoms but about one in four continue hearing voices, said the study. Avatar therapy entails that patients give an estimation of what the voice haunting them might look and sound like, so that it can be simulated. Patients set targets before each session and practised standing up to the avatar and correcting any misconceptions it had about them. Read More »

Sindhu eases into Hong Kong Open semis

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While Sindhu was far from spectacular yesterday, Ratchanok made too many unforced errors as she tried to outpace the tall Indian during their 43-minute encounter. After the Hong Kong tournament, all the top players will have a couple of weeks' break before heading to the season-ending Dubai World Series Finals. Read More »

Local farmers see Christmas trees selling fast on Black Friday

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According to Macklin, the average size trees they sell, cost about $100 past year. "The industry has emerged from a period of overproduction and low prices and lost around a third of the growers", the university said. The family picked out two trees - one for color-coordinated decorations and another to fill with ornaments from the siblings' childhood. "It's special, it's unique, it's your own, you make it your own with the ornaments", she said. Read More »

Husband Killer Sent to Suleja Prison

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Count one of the charge alleged that Maryam Sanda did commit the offence of culpable homicide by causing the death of Bilyaminu Haliru Bello by stabbing him on the chest with a broken bottle, which eventually led to his death. The police had initially said it would be hard to detain her because she has a six-month-old baby but Justice Halilu thought otherwise as he held that she should be detained. Read More »

Everton target Ralf Rangnick as they abandon Marco Silva pursuit

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However, Watford were always adamant that they would not lose their highly-rated coach halfway through the season, and that they had no reason to even negotiate with Everton . The 59-year-old German has not held a manager's position since he left Schalke in 2011. Everton's search for a new boss has moved at a glacial speed thus far and Blues fans have grown increasinly impatient on the time taken to appoint Koeman's replacement. Read More »

Winston sparks No. 4 Michigan State past UConn 77-57

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Cassius Winston led the way with 28 points for Michigan State , which will play No. 9 North Carolina at 5:30 p.m. Sunday in the Victory bracket title game. "I miss Miles", Izzo said via ESPN . Bridges didn't start for the Spartans but subbed in with 16:09 left in the first half. He finished with six points and eight rebounds in 17 minutes despite his movement still appearing limited because of the ankle. Read More »

Thrilling finish gives UCF epic win over USF

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The Bulls are 21st nationally in total defense, a drastic departure from 2016, when they ranked 120th. Find out this Friday when the 15 rank UCF Knights go up against the USF Bulls at 3:30 at Spectrum Stadium and on ABC. 15 UCF beating rival USF 49-42 in exciting fashion. (Remember, it's also possible that Frost could stay at UCF , which brings back a plethora of starters on both sides of the ball and should be excellent again.) Given the high-stakes game of chicken the schools with ... Read More »

Chip Kelly no longer a candidate to coach Gators

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All along, the second-year coach of the Knights has been on Florida's radar and was considered within the industry to be the most likely successor to Jim McElwain in Gainesville. Frost is in his second season at UCF, and now has the Knights undefeated and ranked 15th in the country. Former UCLA quarterback Troy Aikman, a member of the school's search committee, is putting a "full-court press" on Kelly to accept the job with the Bruins, the source told ESPN . Read More »

Return To PDP, Fani-Kayode, Murray-Bruce Tell Atiku

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A former Vice President of Nigeria, Atiku Abubakar , has dumped the country's ruling All Progressives Congress (APC), lamenting that the party has failed Nigerians, most especially the youths. On that day, I said "it is the struggle for democracy and constitutionalism and service to my country and my people that are driving my choice and my decision" to accept the invitation to join the All Progressives Congress. Read More »

Light your excitement with a Christmas tree lighting ceremony

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Elk Grove . 691-2489. Thursday also includes a trade show at the memorial centre, moonlight madness shopping among local merchants, a book sale, selfies with Santa, cookies and carols, a Christmas farmer's market and letters to Santa . Info: visitlancastercity.com/lancaster-city-for-the-holidays/mayors-tree-lighting-tuba-christmas , 717-517-5718. Come to this family-friendly event to visit with Santa and his friends from 6-7 p.m. Read More »

Fat Cells Feel the Burn when Metabolism is Spiced with Cinnamon

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Professor Jun Wu, of the Life Sciences Institute at the University of MI, said: " Cinnamon has been part of our diets for thousands of years - and people generally enjoy it". "Throughout evolution the opposite - energy deficiency - has been the problem". But with the rise in obesity, researchers have beenona lookout for ways to trigger fat cells into activate thermogenesis, turning those fat-burning processes back on. Read More »

Trump 'endorsement' enables fundraising for pro-Roy Moore group

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Moore's campaign, meanwhile, wasted little time yesterday promoting Donald Trump's apparent support for the GOP candidate, voiced from the White House's South Lawn yesterday. More than a dozen Senate Republicans, including Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell, have urged Moore to step aside. Sen. Orrin Hatch's (R-Utah) on-again, off-again re-election plans are apparently back on again. Read More »

Three cups of coffee a day 'may have health benefits'

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At the same time, high consumption is associated with an increased risk of bone fractures in women, and can also lead to a higher risk of rheumatoid arthritis. "Should doctors recommend drinking coffee to prevent disease?" Drinking above that number in the same period didn't appear to show any harm, although the benefits were less apparent. Read More »

Iran declares 'end of ISIS' after territory retaken in Syria

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Speaking on behalf of all commanders and forces fighting against terrorism, thousands of Iranian , Iraqi , Syrian, Lebanese, Afghan, and Pakistani martyrs and those handicapped in defending the life and dignity of Muslims and their sanctities, the top general congratulated Ayatollah Khamenei, the Iranian nation, the people of Iraq and Syria , and all Muslims on the fall of Daesh. Read More »

Delhi: 4-yr-old sexually assaults classmate; case registered

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The victim later narrated to her parents how her classmate opened her trousers, and put his finger inside her private parts, the FIR read. According to the statement recorded, the young victim's mother said she at first ignored her child's complaints as she thought that the girl was throwing tantrums. Read More »

Essentia fires almost 50 workers for not getting flu shot

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Many workers mentioned that somebody needs to stop this because next year all health system workers might be obligated to get the flu shot and then everybody from every job might have to do so as well. Three different unions have challenged the policy for various reasons. According to court documents, Essentia is moving to dismiss the USW claims and the two will meet in a hearing on January 31. Read More »

Flat-Earther To Launch Himself In Homemade Rocket To See Planet's Shape

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He collapsed after that landing - the G-forces taking a toll - and needed three days to recover. A group of flat earth believers has crowdfunded money for Hughes's experiments. The host pointed out Hughes had at least previously flown in a rocket, while astronauts were just paid actors in front of a CGI globe. "We need an individual who's not compromised by the government", the host told Hughes. Read More »

India says support at ICJ reflective of 'respect for constitutional integrity'

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Until 11th rounds of the election, Bhandari received more than two third of the members' support in the General Assembly but was behind Greenwood by three votes in the Security Council. To win the election, one needed to secure a majority in both the vital United Nations organs. "We congratulate Judge Dalveer Bhandari of India for his re-election to the International Court of Justice, as well as the other candidates who were elected or re-elected", a state department spokesperson was ... Read More »

How sleeping on your back 'doubles risk of stillbirth'

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Scientists have advised pregnant women to sleep on their side in the last three months of pregnancy to help prevent stillbirth. Researchers in Great Britain say the common sleeping position can double the risk of stillbirth during the third trimester. Read More »

Spurs secure top spot with comeback win at Dortmund

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The Champions League is back this week as Europe's finest come together to battle it out for a place in the latter stages of the competition. That would be a remarkable achievement for Tottenham , who were drawn in the same group as Real Madrid . Read More »

Prasoon Joshi demands time for 'Padmavati'!

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He alleged that part of the Deepika Padukone-Ranveer Singh-Shahid Kapoor starrer was released despite the fact that CBFC had returned application, seeking grant of certification for the movie, to the filmmakers as it was incomplete. "I respect Sanjay Leela Bhansali a lot". An angry producer, who has a release coming up this week, says that the rule was implemented only to "hold back" Padmavati . Read More »

Singapore ranks 13 in world talent report

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The slip in Malaysia's talent ranking is in tandem with a separate gauge, the World Competitiveness Yearbook 2017, where Malaysia dropped from 19th to 24th position. "It also needs to prevent brain drain by providing better opportunities to local talent", says Arturo Bris , Head of Competitiveness, IMD Switzerland. Read More »

Boy whose wish for Christmas cards went viral dies

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He passed away surrounded by his loved ones and thousands of Christmas cards, sent to him by strangers from around the world. Jacob's family announced his death on the Facebook page where they documented his battle with cancer. Much obliged to you for taking the time, and appreciating our sweet kid's voyage. The family also opened some cards while celebrating an early Thanksgiving with Jacob two weeks ago. Read More »

Rajamouli's Multistarrer To Effect Charan Plans!

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Speaking to Variety earlier, Rajamouli had said he will direct social drama for producer DVV Danayya. Movie associates shared this information through social media. After blockbuster of Baahubali , Everyone was eagerly waiting for the next film of top director SS Rajamouli . Is it the announcement of his next? If this is true, then it surely is going to be a grand treat for all the audience. Read More »

Amsterdam Wins Race To Host EU Medicines Agency After Brexit

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The outcomes of the votes also left newer European Union member states in eastern and southern Europe with some bitterness. Senior officials liken the process to Europe's annual TV music schlock-fest, when the victor of the Eurovision Song Contest is often determined by viewers phoning in votes for acts from like-minded neighboring states and historic allies. Read More »

Dog owners live longer, so in your face, cat fans

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The research found that people who owned dogs originally bred for hunting, such as retrievers, terriers and scent hounds, had the lowest risk of cardiovascular disease . "Perhaps a dog may stand in as an important family member in the single households". The researchers can't provide proof dog ownership actually causes a decrease in risk for cardiovascular disease. Read More »