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Rohingyas illegal immigrants, not refugees: Rajnath

Rohingyas illegal immigrants, not refugees: Rajnath Deputy Assistant Secretary of State Patrick Murphy. The crisis has drawn worldwide condemnation and U.S. President Donald Trump called on Wednesday for a quick end to the violence. Pointing that the influx of Rohingya refugees from Myanmar started in 2012-13, the Centre said there was an organised "influx of illegal immigrants from Myanmar through agents and touts" facilitating their entry into ... [Full Article...]

Skin patches could combat diabetes and "love handles", scientists say

Skin patches could combat diabetes and One of those patches contained a compound known to convert white fat into brown, while another simply contained empty nanoparticles. We have two kinds of fat - brown fat and white fat. They also had much lower fasting blood glucose levels than controls. The patches were then pressed onto one side of several of the rodents. Also, SCIENCE SHRUNK A LOVE HANDLE , his heart squealed in a hopeful f... [Full Article...]

Tammy Abraham set to represent Nigeria at worldwide level

Tammy Abraham set to represent Nigeria at worldwide level But Abraham has released a statement confirming he remains committed to England. Abraham joined Swansea from Chelsea on a season-long loan in the summer and has scored two goals in seven appearances for the Welsh club. "He and his parents have started the necessary documents to effect the switch". The 19-year-old added: "However, any suggestion that I have made a decision to change my global r... [Full Article...]

MI official faces key hearing in Flint water case

MI official faces key hearing in Flint water case Robert Skidmore was diagnosed with Legionnaires' six months before his death from congestive heart failure. Lyon is accused of failing to alert the public in a timely manner about a Legionnaires' outbreak in the Flint area in 2014-15. The medical doctor also testified that by not taking action, more people would die. A former MI health official says he started asking questions about bacteria i... [Full Article...]

Rohingya crisis: 9 aid workers die in a truck accident

Rohingya crisis: 9 aid workers die in a truck accident Rohingya activists told The Daily Beast that their Facebook accounts were often taken down or suspended after they posted videos and photos portraying the persecution and violence faced by the ethnic minority group from the country's military. [Full Article...]

Burgum signals support for Republican health care effort

Burgum signals support for Republican health care effort The Graham-Cassidy bill that is progressing toward a vote before the Sep. John Boozman, said in an email that the bill "provides flexibility to the states , empowering Arkansas to choose the best method to meet the health care needs of its citizens". [Full Article...]

Iraq Launches Major Offensive To Retake Hawija From Islamic State

Iraq Launches Major Offensive To Retake Hawija From Islamic State In 2012, the sunni minority in power under Saddam Hussein, but marginalised after the us intervention, had led a protest campaign against the government, controlled by the shiites, accused of wanting to monopolize all powers. Iraqi Federal Police will be deployed to Shirqat, while Counter-Terrorism Service and the Rapid Response Forces will fight ISIS in Hawija. "They have already suffered horri... [Full Article...]

Equifax suffered another breach in March

Equifax suffered another breach in March Reeve says get your credit reports from all three reporting agencies (yes even Equifax .) You should be able to see if there are any unusual things on the report. "This breach is much more severe, in the sense that they got all of your personal information, not just maybe your credit card number that could be canceled, and then reissued on you". [Full Article...]

Columbia Kids Will Get Free Flu Shots

Columbia Kids Will Get Free Flu Shots It's hard to predict exactly what the USA can expect this year, but here are some of the most common influenza questions answered and changes in vaccines from last season. Australia's chief medical officer says there has been a significantly higher number of flu cases than normal in people who have been vaccinated. But HA's head is highly mutable, which is why vaccinemakers must come up with a... [Full Article...]

Drunk man rams vehicle into bike near AIIMS, 1 killed

Drunk man rams vehicle into bike near AIIMS, 1 killed Protesting against smoking in public proved to be fatal for a Sikh youth in Delhi, who was mowed down by a motorist on the AIIMS flyover for objecting to smoking. "The man came smoking a cigarette and started blowing the smoke on my face. Now that more facts have emerged, based on Maninder's statement, we are taking legal action accordingly", said Chinmoy Biswal, additional DCP (south). [Full Article...]

India brandishes 'intelligence report' of Rohingyas' militant links

India brandishes 'intelligence report' of Rohingyas' militant links Simon Henshaw, the top USA diplomat for refugee and migration issues, said there was much more Myanmar's government must do to secure the area and protect the people. "We are carefully reviewing content against our Community Standards and, when alerted to errors, quickly resolving them and working to prevent them from happening again", she said. [Full Article...]

IT raids on Cafe Coffee Day owner VG Siddhartha

IT raids on Cafe Coffee Day owner VG Siddhartha Income Tax raids on VG Siddhartha, Cafe Coffee Day owner. He is the Chairman of the Board and Managing Director since January 17, 2015. The Income Tax department is conducting raids at several ofSiddharthaed by former chief minister of Karnataka SM Krishna's son-in-law VG Sidhartha. [Full Article...]

Deepika Padukone looks 'pure royalty' in first look poster of 'Padmavati'

Deepika Padukone looks 'pure royalty' in first look poster of 'Padmavati' The film is directed and written by Sanjay Leela Bhansali . Finally! the first look of "the Goddess Queen" Padmavati played by Deepika Padukone is here! The two posters released early this morning features Rani Padmavati aka Deepika Padukone and we must say that the actress nails the first look with her charm and beauty. [Full Article...]

CBI raids and books former Odisha High Court judge

CBI raids and books former Odisha High Court judge New Delhi: The CBI has filed an FIR against a retired Orissa High Court Judge I M Quddusi for helping an Uttar Pradesh-based educational trust, barred by the government from admitting medical students, in settling the legal matter, an official said on Wednesday. [Full Article...]

Opioid overdose deaths chip away at USA life expectancy

Opioid overdose deaths chip away at USA life expectancy Research suggests that the opioid crisis is having an impact on life expectancy in the US. During this time, overall life expectancy increased by two years reaching 78-point-eight years. When the data is finalized, the CDC expects drug overdose deaths to top 64,000 for 2016. The study's authors say that the number of opioid-involved poisoning deaths is likely underestimated, noting that up to ... [Full Article...]

New mum fights for life after contracting the flu

New mum fights for life after contracting the flu Columbia's Department of Public Health and Human Services will offer free flu shots this year for children ages six months to 18 years, Monday to Friday at 1005 W. The CDC does not recommend getting the nasal spray vaccine. CDC declares no preference for one vaccine over another among the recommended, approved injectable influenza vaccines. [Full Article...]

CRISPR Used in Human Embryos to Probe Gene Function

CRISPR Used in Human Embryos to Probe Gene Function Niakan's team chose to use it to stop a key gene from producing a protein called OCT4, which normally becomes active in the first few days of human embryo development . Dr Ludovic Vallier, study co-author from the Wellcome Trust Sanger Institute and the Wellcome - MRC Cambridge Stem Cell Institute, says: "This study represents an important step in understanding human embryonic development ". [Full Article...]

Arab marriage racket busted, eight sheikhs held

Arab marriage racket busted, eight sheikhs held The police focused more on the Old City child marriages racket after the recent instance of a fake Omani Shaikh marrying a minor girl, who later begged her parents to rescue her from his clutches. However, the brokers pay nearly nothing to the family of the victim. The accused are identified as Al Mayahi Habib Ali Issa, Al Salhi Talib Humeid Ali, Al Ubaidani Juma Shinoon Sulaima, Al Salehi Nas... [Full Article...]

Tracking Jose: Storm kicking up rough surf, rip currents

Tracking Jose: Storm kicking up rough surf, rip currents Jose had maximum sustained winds of 80 miles per hour. Radar shows that it could possibly impact areas already ravaged by Hurricane Irma . A tropical storm warning was issued for Antigua and Barbuda, Saba, St. The storm's sustained winds are 75 mph and Jose is moving north at 7 mph, slightly slower than it was traveling three hours earlier. Maximum sustained winds are near 35 mil... [Full Article...]

Hurricane Maria to make landfall, threatens to pummel Puerto Rico

Hurricane Maria to make landfall, threatens to pummel Puerto Rico Later, that storm would become the second-deadliest hurricane in the history of the continental United States, with 2,500 deaths in Florida . Maria could bring storm conditions to Turks and Caicos and the southeast Bahamas by Thursday morning. [Full Article...]


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