• Charly Boy, Others Storm EFCC Office, Demand Repatriation Of Diezani
Charly Boy, Others Storm EFCC Office, Demand Repatriation Of Diezani

Justice Obiozor's order followed an ex parte application argued before him by EFCC. Justice Obiozor ordered the interim forfeiture of the N7.6 billion only days after a Federal High Court, also in Lagos , ordered the permanent forfeiture of a $37.5m Banana Island mansion owned by the former minister on Monday, August 7.

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  • Aadhaar, PAN linking deadline is near
Aadhaar, PAN linking deadline is near

Mumbai: The government may not extend the last date for linking Aadhaar with PAN, which right now is August 31. Earlier in July, the Income Tax department extended the last date for filing of income tax returns (ITRs) for the financial year 2016-17 to August 5.

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  • Moderate Republicans begin speculating about 2020 primary challenger to Trump
Moderate Republicans begin speculating about 2020 primary challenger to Trump

Some of his supporters were caught red-handed after they posted photos online showing a massive crowd gathering in Phoenix for the speech. He also was among the Republicans challenging Trump over his response to the Charlottesville, Va., violence.

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  • Pakistan Foreign Minister to visit Russia, China and Turkey
Pakistan Foreign Minister to visit Russia, China and Turkey

He said that he would tour regional countries after parliamentary sessions next week. He said Pakistan was minutely reviewing the new U.S. strategy about Afghanistan and South Asia. Trump on Monday committed the United States to an open-ended conflict in Afghanistan, signaling he would dispatch more troops to America's longest war and vowing "a f...

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  • India beat Sri Lanka by six wickets to seal ODI series
India beat Sri Lanka by six wickets to seal ODI series

Lahiru Thirimanne completes his half century in just 69 balls. Earlier, Bumrah took his maiden five-wicket haul to overshadow a composed 80 from Lahiru Thirimanne, who was on his worldwide return after more than a year. Experiments over? From the Indian point of view there were two big takeaways. Dhoni is maintaining a "good habit" Virat Ko...

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  • Special bench with Justice Oka on it will hear noise pollution cases
Special bench with Justice Oka on it will hear noise pollution cases

In its resolution, the Bombay Bar Association stated that it "strongly condemns and deprecates the conduct of the State of Maharashtra and the Advocate General in making an application for recusal made on totally untenable and unwarranted grounds" which according to them was an attempt at interfering with the administration of justice and an attack...

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  • Call for blood donors reaches DE after Texas disaster
Call for blood donors reaches DE after Texas disaster

Due to Hurricane Harvey forcing blood centers along the Texas coast to close, the South Texas Blood and Tissue Center is working to help the regions in need, Corporate Communications Specialist Roger Ruiz said. The most critical need right now is for universal type O negative blood and platelets, Bush said. Visit www.inbcsaves.org or call (800) ...

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  • Coffees A Day Keeps The Doctor Away...Literally
Coffees A Day Keeps The Doctor Away...Literally

It also found participants who were 45-years-old or older had a 30% lower risk of death by drinking two additional cups of coffee. The researchers examined whether sex, age or adherence to the Mediterranean diet had any influence on the association between baseline coffee consumption and mortality, finding a "significant interaction" between coff...

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  • JUST IN: Tony Nwoye wins APC governorship primary election in Anambra
JUST IN: Tony Nwoye wins APC governorship primary election in Anambra

Accreditation of delegates will hold at the Alex Ekwueme square, while the primaries will be held at the Dora Akunyuli Women Development Centre. He said out of the 4,333 votes cast, 4,302 were declared valid, while 31 were invalidated. Shettima explained that what was upper most in the mind of the party was to conduct free, fair and acceptable go...

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  • Montana Confirms First West Nile Virus Cases of the Season
Montana Confirms First West Nile Virus Cases of the Season

Although those who spend more time outdoors are more likely to catch West Nile Virus, the health department advises people to continue enjoying outdoor recreation. "Prevention is the best way to avoid West Nile virus", Propp said. Rigby said the best way for residents to protect against bites is to "make sure you wear long sleeve trousers from du...

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  • United Nations chief arrives for first Israel-Palestine visit
United Nations chief arrives for first Israel-Palestine visit

At Yad Vashem, the Secretary General toured the Holocaust History Museum, participated in a memorial ceremony in the Hall of Remembrance, visited the Children's Memorial and signed the Yad Vashem Guest Book. After arriving on Sunday evening, the United Nations chief met Jason Greenblatt, a top aide to US President Donald Trump charged with pursuing...

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  • North Korea reportedly launches another missile, raising tensions
North Korea reportedly launches another missile, raising tensions

The launch comes weeks after North Korea created a tense standoff with the United States by threatening to lob some of its missiles toward Guam. It said the launches occurred near Kittaeryong, North Korea . The intercontinental ballistic missile Hwasong-14 is seen during its test launch. In a conciliatory move before that, Tillerson said...

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  • Additional Arizona Red Cross volunteers being sent to Houston
Additional Arizona Red Cross volunteers being sent to Houston

But with downtown Houston and numerous surrounding roads under water, it is unclear when emergency responders from across the country will be able to access the region. KREM 2 will be at the 29th location on the South Hill helping out. Red Cross volunteers will be at Spokane Area Rosauers stores from 4-7 p.m. Monday collecting monetary donation...

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  • Punjab beefs up security ahead of Dera chief's sentence
Punjab beefs up security ahead of Dera chief's sentence

Bulk messaging and mobile internet services have also been suspended in Kaithal till Monday. Manohar Lal Khattar government has also reportedly arranged special helicopter for Ram Rahim. At many sensitive places in Punjab too, security forces conducted flag marches and kept a tight vigil in sensitive areas. They were produced before the court o...

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  • Indiana Red Cross sends aid to areas hit by Harvey
Indiana Red Cross sends aid to areas hit by Harvey

As Tropical Storm Harvey continues to take its toll on the Texas coast, people from all over the country are descending on the state to help with relief. "We are proud that we have highly trained people here in Pennsylvania who have the knowledge and skills to support the response to this massive storm".

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  • Menelik Watson surprises teammates, girlfriend with in-game proposal
Menelik Watson surprises teammates, girlfriend with in-game proposal

Backup Brett Hundley would finish the game going 20 for 30 for 186 yards with no touchdowns or interceptions. But he could not lead Green Bay to victory. Williams is in a running back committee that features five rookies, including former Utah State back Devante Mays. Jones showed some explosiveness and ended up with 43 yards on 6 carries.

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  • Trump Thanks Hurricane Harvey Volunteers
Trump Thanks Hurricane Harvey Volunteers

To support the hurricane relief efforts, visit helpsalvationarmy.org . "We had several volunteers lined up ready to go to Texas, but at this time the Red Cross is going to hold off on sending any more from the Alaska chapter because we are also monitoring a wildfire in Oregon" Regional Communications Officer, Lisa Miller said.

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  • How your daily cup of coffee is affecting your taste buds
How your daily cup of coffee is affecting your taste buds

For the blind study the team recruited 107 participants and randomly split them into 2 groups. "If you eat food directly after drinking caffeinated coffee or other caffeinated drinks, you are likely to perceive food differently" Robin Dando, assistant professor at Cornell University in the United States was quoted by PTI.

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  • Spurs to loan US's Cameron Carter-Vickers to Sheffield United
Spurs to loan US's Cameron Carter-Vickers to Sheffield United

The youth global has penned the new deal after making a handful of appearances for the Spurs senior side, mostly in cup competitions. "Cameron last season really didn't play too much". Carter-Vickers might find it pretty hard to challenge for a spot in the first-team once he returns to London though. "We're looking at hopefully one permanent ...

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  • OH judge slams Cleveland Browns players for protesting during national anthem
OH judge slams Cleveland Browns players for protesting during national anthem

The Columbus Dispatch and the Washington Post's Early Lead blog covered the justice's comments. "We like our Browns - we love our flag more", a sign outside the VFW office reads. For their part, Browns players who took part in the protest claimed they took the moment to pray for peace. The issue is that it doesn't provide equal opportunity...

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