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Plaint against Sri Sri Ravi Shankar, cops seek legal counsel


Asking Ravi Shankar to stay away from the Babri Masjid issue, it said, "In our country, people from any field are poking their nose in important national issues". "Sri Sri Ravi Shankar's statement is unwarranted". As per reports, the FIR was filed by AIMIM's district president Tauheed Sidiqqui on Thursday at Lucknow Bazar Police Station. Read More »

105 more report salmonella linked to chicken salad — CDC


The number of confirmed victims in a multi-state Salmonella outbreak traced to chicken salad has more than doubled since federal officials first reported on the situation. (Most cases have been in Iowa.) The newly infected people likely purchased the contaminated chicken salad from Fareway stores before it was recalled, according to the CDC. Read More »

12 more flu deaths reported bringing season's total to 276


Nationally, the CDC reported 17 flu deaths among children last week, bringing the total pediatric deaths to 114. The global system for manufacturing seasonal influenza vaccines was developed during the 1940s to respond to the natural evolution of influenza viruses. Read More »

Japan finmin Aso says he has no intention to resign


Upon repeated requests from opposition parties, the Finance Ministry submitted on Thursday copies of the original documents, which, however, turned out to be nearly the same as the ones shown to the parliament previous year. After the scandal broke in February a year ago, Sagawa appeared in the Diet to answer questions about the deal. The 8,770-square-meter plot in Toyonaka, Osaka Prefecture, was sold to Moritomo Gakuen in June 2016 for about 134 million yen ($1.26 million) to build a new ... Read More »

India's top court recognises the right to die with dignity


The court said the life support can be removed only after the statutory medical board declares patient to be incurable. The top court said that directions and guidelines laid down by it and its directive shall remain in force till a legislation is brought on the issue, PTI reported. Read More »

Global Smart Medical Devices Market 2018- Abbott Laboratories, NeuroMetrix, Medtronic


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FDA Approved At-Home Test For Breast Cancer Gene Now Available


Biotechnological company, 23andMe, was given the green light from the FDA to produce take home tests that can identify specific gene mutations related to breast cancer. The oncologist recommended taking a genetic test through a primary care provider. She added the importance of having a medical professional you trust to guide you through the results and treatment plan. Read More »

Ban imposed in Central Sri Lanka due to communal violence outbreak


Meanwhile, curfew was re-imposed in the Teldeniya and Pallekele police divisions amid communal tension on Tuesday. Muslims make up about 9 percent of Sri Lanka's 21 million people. The police official said 24 people had been arrested over the killing so far. Government spokesperson Rajitha Senaratne said that the curfew has been extended to prevent further violence. Read More »

Aisha Buhari to Boko Haram: Leave our daughters alone


While the video surfaced on Wednesday, it is not dated. Following the Senate's resolution, the Chief of Army Staff and Inspector General of Police are expected to appear before the Senate Committee on Police affairs, Security and Intelligence to brief the upper chamber on the actual situation of things regarding the kidnap of the girls and in addition, present clear operational strategies to rescue the remaining Chibok girls and Dapchi school girls within two weeks. Read More »

Dhoni, Kirsten were reluctant to include Kohli in Indian team: Vengsarkar


Virat Kohli had just led India Under-19 team to a glorious World Cup victory in 2008 and Vengsarkar had seen his talent during his Emerging Players tour to Australia . "I told him he will get a chance and angry Srinivasan asked 'when he will get a chance, he is 29 (27) years old?'" Badrinath, meanwhile, ranted that the selectors are deliberately ignoring him, despite his staggering consistency across formats and years. Read More »

Study finds vitamin D lowers cancer risk


Taking into account seasonal variations, the group was divided into four groups, ranging from the lowest to highest concentration of Vitamin D. High levels of vitamin D may be linked to a lower risk of developing cancer, including liver cancer , a study published today in the British Medical Journal has said. Read More »

UK, US Support for Saudis Threat to Stability of Entire Mideast: Iran


Qassemi's comments came after Saudi Foreign Minister Adel al-Jubeir said his country agreed with Britain on the need to deter Iran and stop its "support for terrorism". Qassemi noted that the political support and the arms provided by the United Kingdom and some other countries like the U.S. for Saudi Arabia are threats against the security, peace, and stability of the entire region. Read More »

SC stays proposed changes in Delhi's Master Plan 2021


A bench comprising Justices Madan B Lokur and Deepak Gupta referred to a CD filed by the court-mandated monitoring committee and said it had found two objectionable things in video footage of the anti-sealing protest - waiving of flags of a particular political party and carrying banners which were derogatory to the Chief Minister of Delhi. Read More »

New HIV drug wins FDA approval


According to the USA drug authority, the new medicine was proved to be safe & effective in the clinical tests conducted by TaiMed on forty patients, who had experienced substantial improvement in a week after being treated with Trogarzo . While Trogarzo (ibalizumab-uiyk) will likely only ever be used in a small patient population due to its indication in heavily pretreated HIV patients, the approval points to another growing trend - the manufacturing of biologics in China. Read More »

Increase in suppliers lead to more labor violations for Apple


Despite the increase in core violations, the overall pattern was towards higher compliance with Apple's code of conduct. Take a look at Apple's 12th Supplier Responsibility Progress Report in its entirety here. The Factory Line Leader Program bridges the gap between skills and employment by providing practical vocational skills and guaranteed internships with an Apple supplier, as well as long-term, full-time employment opportunities. Read More »

Brain Doesn't Produce New Neurons After Age 13


The senior author of this new study and a professor of neurological surgery at the University of California in San Francisco, Arturo Alvarez Buylla says it is a fascinating process. It is updated that a brain has peaked at age 13. He said there's been "a lot of interest in trying to harness these young neurons to improve cognition". Read More »

Allentown police search for missing 'endangered' teen, man


In court documents, police said Kevin and Amy had a 'secretive relationship'. Esterly had signed out Yu from a charter school 10 times between November 2017 and February, and investigators said the pair have a "secretive relationship", according to court documents obtained by The Morning Call . Read More »

AAP MLAs' judicial custody extended


Khan had moved the high court against the cancellation of his bail plea by the sessions court. He told the court that Jarwal's name was not mentioned in the FIR because the chief secretary was initially not aware of the name of those who assaulted him. Read More »

AbbVie Inc (NYSE:ABBV) Shares Sold by Piedmont Investment Advisors LLC

Pvh Corp now has $10.81 billion valuation. The stock decreased 1.56% or $1.79 during the last trading session, reaching $112.77. About 30,909 shares traded. On Wednesday, February 28 the insider GONZALEZ RICHARD A sold $976,084. The stock of AbbVie Inc . Jefferies maintained the shares of ABBV in report on Tuesday, January 16 with "Buy" rating. Read More »

Tata Steel leads race to take over Bhushan


The next steps in the process will be as per the stipulations under the CIRP of the IBC, it said. Tata Steel had offered to pay around Rs 36,000 crore to the lenders of Bhushan Steel, which owes financial institutions around Rs 56,000 crore. Read More »

Altria Group Inc (MO) VP Sells 3200 Shares of Stock

Opus Investment Management Inc who had been investing in Altria Group Inc . for a number of months, seems to be bullish on the $124.35 billion market cap company. Fulton Bank & Trust Na reported 132,672 shares. The stock of Altria Group, Inc . One analyst has rated the stock with a sell rating, four have given a hold rating, eight have issued a buy rating and one has assigned a strong buy rating to the stock. Read More »

Hyderabad man beats wife after she switched off WiFi


While the world observes Women's Day, a 30-year old lady confronted merciless manhandle from her better half in Hyderabad . Reshma Sultana, the victim, is undergoing treatment at a corporate hospital. In a similar incident, a husband murdered his wife over daily fights in Delhi's Bindapur area earlier this month. The accused identified as Umesh surrendered himself to the police after committing the heinous act. Read More »

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Diamond discovery under pressure


That's because the mineral is thought to form deep inside Earth's mantle , an area below the planet's surface, but above the planet's core. Although the availability of such mineral at such depths was theorized, scientists never observed it at the Earth's surface. Read More »

Young child among three additional flu deaths reported in El Paso County

Some county health directors have declined to disclose flu-related deaths, citing DHHS privacy policies. Included in the total are four pediatric deaths. The latest Georgia data continue to show the flu epidemic trending downward in the state. It will be hard to carry out your normal daily routine with the flu, and the fever will often last between three to five days, with tiredness and fatigue lasting up to two to three weeks. Read More »

Jaipur celebrates World Kidney Day


World Kidney Day is celebrated on the second Thursday in the month of March every year and this year it falls on March 8. Patients can rapidly develop kidney failure and hypertension. In the United Kingdom living kidney transplants have been performed since 1960. With such a vital function to perform, our kidneys deserve just as much attention as the rest of our organs do. Read More »

Benin Management CORP Acquires 6750 Shares of United Technologies Co. (UTX)

About 2.28M shares traded. Realty Income Corporation (O) has declined 8.21% since March 8, 2017 and is downtrending. It has underperformed by 11.39% the S&P500. The rating was initiated by Liberum Capital on Tuesday, December 1 with "Hold". The stock of Encana Corporation (NYSE:ECA) has "Market Perform" rating given on Tuesday, July 26 by FirstEnergy Capital. Read More »

Kidney Dysfunction More Common In Women Than Men


Women make up 58 per cent of living kidney donors, while 42 per cent are male. NHS Blood and Transplant confirmed women make up 54 per cent of the United Kingdom organ donor register. With just over a month of being commissioned, we asked Dr. Clarke her impressions of the new dialysis unit at the Owen King EU Hospital. Over 2 million people worldwide now receive treatment with dialysis or a kidney transplant to stay alive. Read More »

SC asks Karti Chidambaram to approach Delhi HC for relief


Bhaskaraman. Karti's lawyer Kapil Sibal, meanwhile, objected to Mehta putting a spoke in the relief the SC was about to grant and said - "law officers for years have a tendency to dictate the SC about what orders to be passed". It had registered an ECIR, against the accused named in a CBI complaint. Karti (the son of former Finance Minister in the Congress-led UPA Government, P Chidambaram ) is an accused for his alleged involvement in the FIPB (Foreign Investment Promotion Board) ... Read More »