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Virat Kohli: Want to make most of everyday I play

Virat Kohli: Want to make most of everyday I play During the media interaction, a journalist asked Kohli to analyse his match-winning knock unbeaten century as the media is running out of adjectives to describe his brilliance with the bat. Otherwise, they know what to expect", he added. In the bowling charts, Jasprit Bumrah, with his tally of eight wickets in six matches, climbed up to the top, and now holds the first position jointly with Ra... [Full Article...]

Dana Aircraft overshoots Runway at Port Harcourt Airport

Dana Aircraft overshoots Runway at Port Harcourt Airport Mr. Irukera commended airport officials' prompt response to the mishap and safe evacuation and management of what could otherwise have been a tragic event. He said that the Federal Government sympathised with the passengers on board of the aircraft over their traumatic experiences. The airport authority, FAAN, in its reaction said the incident was as a result of the bad weather situation and tor... [Full Article...]

Aimmune's Peanut Allergy Drug Meets Main Goal

Aimmune's Peanut Allergy Drug Meets Main Goal The participants, who were between 4 and 17 years old, received either capsules of peanut flour or a dummy powder in gradually increasing amounts. Peanut allergies have more than doubled in children from 1997 to 2008, and affect about two percent of American children today and is the leading cause of death from food-induced allergic reactions in the United States. [Full Article...]

Data Jobs Jump by More than a Third as GDPR Deadline Approaches

Data Jobs Jump by More than a Third as GDPR Deadline Approaches Gunter, a partner at Dutton Brock LLP in Toronto. The GDPR was created to update the data protection regime in place under the Directive in response to the ways in which people and entities now use information in business and personal contexts, as well as to address issues that resulted in inconsistent data protection compliance requirements between European Union member states under the old reg... [Full Article...]

Aide To Florida GOP Lawmaker Fired After Calling School Shooting Survivors 'Actors'

Aide To Florida GOP Lawmaker Fired After Calling School Shooting Survivors 'Actors' Alex Jones' InfoWars dug up an old clip of Hogg on the Miami CBS affiliate, WFOR, talking about a fight between two friends, saying there are "questions swirling" about Hogg. Reached by phone in Tallahassee, Rep. Harrison told a reporter he was looking into the matter and that the email should not have been sent. "I was just made aware that my aide made an insensitive and inappropriate alleg... [Full Article...]

Mirai Nagasu Made Olympic History This Weekend For Team USA

Mirai Nagasu Made Olympic History This Weekend For Team USA Because a skater takes off for an axel skating forward and lands it skating backward, though, there's really an extra half-rotation in the jump. The 24-year-old landed the triple axel and became the third woman in Olympic history to achieve the feat. [Full Article...]

Trump (Finally) Orders DOJ to Ban Bump Stocks

Trump (Finally) Orders DOJ to Ban Bump Stocks Trump's announcement came nearly a week after the shooting deaths of 17 people at a Florida high school. The Las Vegas gunman had used a bump stock to kill 58 people at a country music festival previous year. Of course, the actual evidence says that Trump should go well beyond banning bump stocks if he's serious about preventing more deaths. President Donald Trump announc... [Full Article...]

Cut down on those drinks: Dementia clearly linked to chronic boozing

Cut down on those drinks: Dementia clearly linked to chronic boozing Jürgen Rehm. The World Health Organization (WHO) defines chronic heavy drinking as consuming more than 60 grams pure alcohol on average per day for men and 40 grams per day for women. A study published in the British Medical Journal previous year found that those who drank 14-21 units a week had three times the normal odds of damage to that part of the brain concerned with memory. [Full Article...]

JROTC cadets killed in Florida shooting are given Medal of Heroism

JROTC cadets killed in Florida shooting are given Medal of Heroism He was wearing his gray Junior ROTC shirt at the time and will be buried in his full uniform ― along with his Medal of Heroism ― on Tuesday. The 15-year-old was laid to rest on February 20, surrounded by family, friends, and many veterans and current service-members. [Full Article...]

Trump, Congress not doing enough to prevent mass shootings

Trump, Congress not doing enough to prevent mass shootings President Trump will meet Wednesday with parents, teachers and students affected by mass school shootings "to see what can be done better", White House press secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders said. Among those polled, 57 percent said mass shootings in the United States were more of a reflection of problems identifying and treating people with mental health problems, while 28 percent blamed "inade... [Full Article...]

Florida Shooting Suspect Appears at Brief Court Hearing

Florida Shooting Suspect Appears at Brief Court Hearing The Sneads' son had asked them if Cruz could stay with them after the teen's adoptive mother died of pneumonia on November 1. "Every day we're learning something more and more about the killer", Broward County Sheriff Scott Israel said. "He was very naive". "He had friends at that school", James Snead told ABC. Nikolas Cruz made a brief appearance in a Fort Lauderdale courtroom on Monday, ... [Full Article...]

Support for stricter gun laws reaches new high

Support for stricter gun laws reaches new high Quinnipiac started polling nationwide after a school shooting at Sandy Hook Elementary School in Newtown, Conn., which occurred in December 2012. The same poll found nearly total support for universal background checks: 97% of respondents favor them, including 97% of gun owners. [Full Article...]

Emirates Passenger's Menstrual Pain Got Her Kicked Off Flight

Emirates Passenger's Menstrual Pain Got Her Kicked Off Flight A teaching assistant and her boyfriend were ordered off a £400 Emirates flight to Dubai after an air hostess overheard her complain she had stomach pains caused by a painful period . Staff are required to inform the captain if they notice any signs which show a passenger may be seriously ill. Doctors have slammed the decision, saying that periods are a natural process and women who have per... [Full Article...]

Gitanjali Gems shares continue fall, plunge 10 pc on Monday

Gitanjali Gems shares continue fall, plunge 10 pc on Monday Over the weekend, the first information report (FIR) filed by the Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) confirmed that Gitanjali Gems along with two subsidiaries made some fraudulent transactions worth Rs 4,887 crore via letters of undertaking (LoU) and letters of credit (LC) that PNB officials issued to them illegally. [Full Article...]

Private bus operators to meet CM today

Private bus operators to meet CM today Following the government's measures, some private buses resumed services at a few places, including Thiruvananthapuram. The talks convened by the transport minister on Sunday to settle the strike had collapsed after bus owners, representing 12 associations, refused to dilute their stand on student concession. [Full Article...]

Was Fergie's National Anthem at the NBA All-Star Game Really the Worst?

Was Fergie's National Anthem at the NBA All-Star Game Really the Worst? Watch Fergie's performance and tell us what you think. Fans throughout the star-studded crowd reacted with varying levels of bemusement and enthusiasm while her languid, 2 ½-minute version of the song continued. Now, this guy isn't singing the "Star-Spangled Banner", no. but he is singing a national anthem of some kind while skating around an ice rink, and he does completely wipe out mid-song. [Full Article...]

Is South Korea Preparing To Give First-Lady Treatment To Ivanka Trump?

Is South Korea Preparing To Give First-Lady Treatment To Ivanka Trump? Now, let me give you a brief rundown of the highlights so far and what to look out for on Day 10. South Korea and the United States will announce plans before April for a postponed joint military drill, South Korea's defence minister said on Tuesday. [Full Article...]

Kratom Causes Salmonella Outbreak, Infecting People Across US

Kratom Causes Salmonella Outbreak, Infecting People Across US Three people in California have been sickened; the other affected states, including Utah, Oregon, Ohio and Pennsylvania, have had one or two cases. The CDC is urging Kratom users to stop taking the plant in any form because the source of the contamination has not been identified. [Full Article...]

Global Snack Food Packaging Market: Changing Consumer Preference to Bolster Market Growth

Global Snack Food Packaging Market: Changing Consumer Preference to Bolster Market Growth However, decreasing natural resources and one time use of shoe packaging can hamper the shoe packaging market . Shoe packaging market is segmented by the type of shoes and type of shoe packaging used. Also, owing to the speedy growth of the global population coupled with increasing purchasing capacities especially in developing economies such as India, South Korea, China and other ASEAN ... [Full Article...]

CPSC suing jogging stroller company over child injuries

CPSC suing jogging stroller company over child injuries Of the 97 reported injuries, 50 were inflicted upon children, with ailments ranging from concussions to abrasions to the head and face that required stitches , dental injuries, bone fractures and torn ligaments. Trailers between 1997 and when it was acquired by Britax in December 2011, the commission said. The three-wheeled B.O.B. strollers include models known as Ironman, Revolution, and Spo... [Full Article...]


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