• BJP, Congress play politics of fast

    BJP, Congress play politics of fast

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    At a BJP parliamentary party meeting, PM Modi said that the ruling party was doing an inclusive politics, while the Opposition was doing divisive and negative politics due to the saffron party's rising strength, Union Minister Ananth Kumar told reporters.
  • Patrick Reed storms into Masters lead, Tiger Woods just makes cut

    Patrick Reed storms into Masters lead, Tiger Woods just makes cut

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    They were playing in a light rain and the forecast calls for steady showers all day. Whether it will be enough to halt play remains to be seen, but it very well could (especially if any thunderstorms pop up). "I kept myself out of trouble and allowed my putter to do the work", Reed said. They played in 3 ½ hours, about two hours fasters than threesomes averages during the first two rounds, and Casey called it "the best experience I've ever had with a marker".
  • State to close Flint's free bottled water sites

    State to close Flint's free bottled water sites

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    Reese was inspired by the water crisis as well as the resilience of Flint residents. "So designing into options that Unifi was able to create from the Flint water bottles was central to the concept". "I really wanted to showcase the most interesting properties of each fabric", she said. State lawmakers from Flint also expressed dismay at the announcement.
  • Commonwealth Games 2018: Venkat Rahul Ragala wins India's fourth gold in weightlifting

    Commonwealth Games 2018: Venkat Rahul Ragala wins India's fourth gold in weightlifting

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    Gold medallist Sanjita Chanu flanked by silver medallist Loa Dika Toua (left) and bronze medallist Rachel Leblanc-Bazinet on Friday. Defending champion Satish does not even require a third attempt at clean and jerk. The team at the receiving end of the top seeds' ferocity today was Mauritius, blanked 3-0 by Saina Nehwal and Co.in yet another clinical takedown. Boxing: Star boxer Manoj Kumar advanced to the round of 16 in men's boxing 69 kilogram category after convincingly thrashing Osita ...
  • Thomas Davis tests positive for banned substance

    Thomas Davis tests positive for banned substance

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    A little more than three years ago, Thomas Davis was given the Walter Payton NFL Man of the Year award. "I was completely caught off guard by this", said the 35-year-old Davis. "I'm going to serve this four-game suspension and be back ready to go back out there with my teammates and then you know, who knows, maybe this isn't my a year ago", Davis said.
  • Markets Cautiously Lower as US-China Trade Threat Looms

    Markets Cautiously Lower as US-China Trade Threat Looms

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    China retaliated by announcing plans to impose a 25% tariff on USD50 billion worth of U.S. exports , including aircraft, cars, and soybeans , which Trump called an effort to harm United States farmers and manufacturers. "If American consumers have to spend more on Chinese imports, they have less to spend on everything else". He said the European Union pioneered the modern trade retaliation system, whereby officials identify products that have the most economic importance to a target ...
  • Weekend forecast gets reprieve from accumulating snow, not from unseasonable temperatures

    Weekend forecast gets reprieve from accumulating snow, not from unseasonable temperatures

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    Sunday will see a bit of clearing with highs still around 12 degrees. These cold temperatures may damage crops or other outdoor vegetation. Snow moves across the Bluegrass this morning with breezy winds continuing throughout the day. Join us tonight on KSN News as we track these storms hour by hour. While it's not terribly cold outside, highs in the lower 40s are still unseasonably cold for this time of the year.
  • CBSE paper leak: Delhi police cracks case, 3 arrested in Himachal; updates

    CBSE paper leak: Delhi police cracks case, 3 arrested in Himachal; updates

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    It was the WhatsApp chain through which the SIT managed to get its first breakthrough in the paper leak. An unidentified police official identified the accused as examination centre superintendent Rakesh, clerk Amit and peon Ashok. The SIT has interrogated over seventy people, including "WhatsApp" admins, school teachers, ground staff, students and others in connection with the leak.
  • Watchdog threatens fine over Facebook data leaks

    Watchdog threatens fine over Facebook data leaks

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    People are inputting data. Zuckerberg told Vox that Facebook was dedicated "serving people", despite its reliance on advertising. There have been dozens of examples over the company's long history, but the most recent may be the most scandalous: A shady firm of "political consultants" secretly harvested data belonging to as many as 87 million Facebook users without their knowledge, and then used that data to influence the 2016 presidential election .
  • Older Adults May Grow as Many New Brain Cells as Young People

    Older Adults May Grow as Many New Brain Cells as Young People

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    For years, scientists believed that the adult human brain no longer produces new brain cells . For decades, researchers believed that aging brains stop making new cells . All the people were healthy before they died, unlike in many previous studies. This study, to appear in the journal Cell Stem Cell on April 5, counters that notion.
  • Facebook's Sandberg says other cases of data misuse possible

    Facebook's Sandberg says other cases of data misuse possible

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    And it would have gone ahead with its plan to start collecting patient data from hospitals, if it had not found itself under such scrutiny in recent weeks over the Cambridge Analytica debacle . "Safety and security is never done, it's an arms race", she said. The EU commissioner also indicated dissatisfaction with Facebook's countermeasures against disinformation campaigns such as Russia's alleged meddling in the 2016 US presidential election, calling such attacks "a threat to our democracy ...