• DU professor insults goddess Durga on Facebook, calls her 'a prostitute'

    DU professor insults goddess Durga on Facebook, calls her 'a prostitute'

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    The National Democratic Teachers Front, a teachers' body, filed a complaint against him at the Lodhi Road police station on September 23. Kedar Mandal is a professor at Dyal Singh College. The police said Mandal was booked late last night under sections 153A and 295A of the Indian Penal Code. The ABVP while demanding immediate suspension of Mandal, said if action against him is not taken, he will continue to spread hatred among students.
  • First Alert Forecast: risky rip currents and rough surf from Maria

    First Alert Forecast: risky rip currents and rough surf from Maria

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    However, swells formed by Maria have increased along portions of the southeastern United States Coast and Bermuda. Storm Team 8 is tracking two hurricanes and one tropical storm. Forecasters think Maria will be weakened by wind shear and cold water stirred up by former Hurricane Jose earlier this week. Maria is a category 3 hurricane on the Saffir-Simpson Hurricane Wind Scale.
  • Jets release statement regarding Sunday's national anthem

    Jets release statement regarding Sunday's national anthem

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    Across the NFL on Sunday players protested recent comments by President Donald Trump by taking a knee during the national anthem. Kaepernick, who dropped to one knee during the anthem, said he was not protesting the anthem, but raising awareness for social injustice and systematic racism.
  • Turnovers fuel Irish rout of Michigan State

    Turnovers fuel Irish rout of Michigan State

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    Lewerke ripped off a 52 yard run before he threw a ideal fade route touchdown to Darrell Stewart to cut the lead in half. Passing yards don't matter much when you can take the football away and they capitalize in the red zone on them. "I wasn't too anxious about the fact that I caused the fumble", said Crawford, who snared a pair of interceptions at Boston College last week. The Irish jumped out to get the lead and didn't come close to letting it go during the entire game.
  • A robot in China performed dental surgery on a living person

    A robot in China performed dental surgery on a living person

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    During the surgery, the robot performed admirably as it was able to adjust itself along with the patient's movements, and complete the surgery in about an hour without intervention from the human medical staff. Initially, the nurses set up the robot, programming the movement of the device. That included the angles and depth required for accurate placement of the implants.
  • ICC confirms investigation into Sri Lanka Cricket following Anti-Corruption Unit's visit

    ICC confirms investigation into Sri Lanka Cricket following Anti-Corruption Unit's visit

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    In a statement issued from the global governing body's Dubai headquarters, Alex Marshall, ICC's general manager of the ACU, confirmed that they would be launching the investigation into the claim. SLC said the players had expressed "profound shock and displeasure at a former national cricketer and selector making such serious allegations", and that SLC should "initiate an immediate inquiry by summoning Wickramasinghe in fairness to their good names that have been slandered by such diabolic ...
  • EPS for Walgreens Boots Alliance Inc (WBA) Expected At $1.22

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    After a recent check, it is observed that the insiders for the firm now own 13.60% shares. Boston Financial Mangement LLC's holdings in Walgreens Boots Alliance were worth $9,091,000 as of its most recent filing with the SEC. The company shares sank -10.67% from their peak of $37.69 and now has a $32.32 billion market value of equity. The stock stands almost $10.85 off versus the 52-week high of $89.69 and $3.66 above the 52-week low of $75.18.
  • No. 5 USC capitalizes on miscues to beat Cal

    No. 5 USC capitalizes on miscues to beat Cal

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    Past year when the two teams met in Los Angeles USC came away with a 45-24 win as Darnold threw five touchdowns for the Trojans. USC kept a lead for most of the game, but Texas stayed close. But the Cal defense couldn't hold up forever, and on the next drive the Trojans converted two third down and fives, eventually taking the lead on a 46 yard field goal.
  • Dotard: Kim Jong Un's insult to Trump, explained

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    The Chinese Ministry of Commerce said in a statement that exports of condensate oil, liquefied natural gas as well as textile imports from the North are now prohibited. In two July flight tests, those missiles showed potential capability to reach deep into the USA mainland when perfected. "It is truly terrifying if something goes wrong".