• No decision on Sabarimala Temple Entry for women, referred to constitution bench
No decision on Sabarimala Temple Entry for women, referred to constitution bench

The Constitution Bench will deal with questions whether this practice amounted to discrimination against the women. The observation is in response to the Public Interest Litigation (PIL) challenging the ban on women's entry into the temple.

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  • The Facts About The Flu Vaccine
The Facts About The Flu Vaccine

Nationally, there were nearly 600,000 flu-related hospitalizations last season , Dr. Dan Jernigan, the director of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention's influenza division, said in a recent news conference . Dependents of students, however, can not avail this service for free as the SEBT plan does not cover for their flu shots . NH...

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  • Entire world could be powered by a single deep-sea wind farm
Entire world could be powered by a single deep-sea wind farm

At onshore facilities, each turbine weakens the power generation potential of each additional turbine downwind of it in a phenomenon known as a " wind shadow ". To try and answer that question Possner and Caldeira created complex modelling tools which compared land-based wind farms in Kansas with theoretical wind farms that would be built far out i...

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  • New Breast Cancer Testing To Reduce Mastectomies
New Breast Cancer Testing To Reduce Mastectomies

Approximately 550 women will die each year in CT from breast cancer . Similar to many other organizations, Palmetto Health Baptist Breast Center hosts a Walk for Life each year to honor breast cancer survivors and remember those who have fallen because of breast cancer .

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  • Joe Girardi says he 'screwed up' by not challenging HBP call
Joe Girardi says he 'screwed up' by not challenging HBP call

For his part, Kluber (18-4, 2.25 ERA) said he was comfortable with the decision, which he learned of during a meeting with Francona and pitching coach Mickey Callaway. "So I'm not really too concerned about it". "So it's not surprising at all". Fortunately, however, according to the Let's Go Tribe fan page , his Twitter feed continued to work so h...

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  • Justin Turner's big night fuels Dodgers to 1-0 series lead
Justin Turner's big night fuels Dodgers to 1-0 series lead

The notion that arguably the best pitcher in the league struggles so mightily has been a big issue of contention. In 2015, Kershaw had a 2.63 ERA in the NLDS series. 2 starter, Robbie Ray , 2 1/3 innings in relief. Kershaw struck out seven, walked three and allowed five hits in 6 1/3 innings. Or maybe those four home run balls were just a matte...

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  • Puerto Rico put budget 'out of whack' but lives saved
Puerto Rico put budget 'out of whack' but lives saved

Cruz wore a shirt that said " HELP US WE ARE DYING " Friday, in a CNN interview with Anderson Cooper. Critics of Trump first started embracing the "nasty" moniker in 2016, when as the Republican presidential nominee he called Democratic rival Hillary Clinton a "nasty woman" during a presidential debate.

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  • Mom jailed for not vaccinating 9-year-old son
Mom jailed for not vaccinating 9-year-old son

She was found Wednesday in contempt of court for refusing to do so. The anti-vaxxer told Judge Karen McDonald that immunizing the boy went against her religious beliefs and that she was a "passionate mother who cares deeply about her children, their health and their well-being".

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  • Cool way to peer into molecules' inner workings wins chemistry Nobel Prize
Cool way to peer into molecules' inner workings wins chemistry Nobel Prize

During the same decade, Frank, of Columbia University in NY, and his colleagues developed image-processing software to make sense of the fuzzy images that are produced when an electron microscope is aimed at a protein, and to convert these two-dimensional blurs into 3D molecular structures.

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  • US House passes 20-week abortion ban
US House passes 20-week abortion ban

The American Congress of Obstetricians and Gynecologists has said fetuses can not experience pain before at least 24 weeks of development. On its face, it doesn't make any sense. The rape must be reported in the victim's file with "a hospital licensed by the State or operated under authority of a Federal agency, a medical clinic licensed by the...

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  • Arsene Wenger: It's 'too early' to make any Premier League title assumptions
Arsene Wenger: It's 'too early' to make any Premier League title assumptions

But Iwobi added a second goal barely 10 minutes into the second half when he finished off a slick passing move on the counter-attack. The Gunners manager Arsene Wenger , who joined Arsenal back in 1996, marked the 21st anniversary of his arrival at the club with the victory.

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  • Wenger dampens down talk of title chances as Arsenal climb the table
Wenger dampens down talk of title chances as Arsenal climb the table

Furthermore, the north London outfit have kept five clean sheets in that time and Monreal - who opened the scoring with his first league goal in four years - revealed their was an inquest following that defeat against the Reds . "It is not in my hands but I try to get the best out of the players", Koeman said . "Our last worldwide break was a...

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  • LaVar Ball pulls youngest son from high school
LaVar Ball pulls youngest son from high school

The elder Ball "had already been having concerns about" Dennis Lattmore, the new coach, according to the Times . As if that bombshell wasn't enough, LaVar then spoke to Ramona Shelburne of ESPN concerning the reasoning behind the move and, well, he didn't pull punches.

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  • LaVar Ball says he's going to home school his son LaMelo
LaVar Ball says he's going to home school his son LaMelo

Is this what's about to happen to me? . LaVar's latest move - like nearly each of his past ones - leaves more questions than answers. Latimore, a 6-foot-9, 238-pound forward, played two years at Arizona (2000-2003) before transferring and finishing his career under Brey at Notre Dame .

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  • Locals line up to give blood following Las Vegas tragedy
Locals line up to give blood following Las Vegas tragedy

Bonfils Blood Center at Austin Bluffs Pkwy and N Academy Blvd stayed open an hour after closing time Monday to take donations. Blood donors from Redding are responding to the call for more donations to help people wounded in the Las Vegas attack.

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  • 'Hamilton' creator Miranda among celebs lashing out at Trump over Puerto Rico
'Hamilton' creator Miranda among celebs lashing out at Trump over Puerto Rico

Ms Cruz, the mayor of San Juan said "of course", she would meet with the President if he asked for a meeting. Hurricane Maria left many of Puerto Rico's 3.4 million U.S. The president is headed to the island on Tuesday to survey the damage. The White House said Trump will make calls to several Puerto Rico officials, including Gov.

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  • Sri Lanka conquers Pakistan fortress
Sri Lanka conquers Pakistan fortress

Leggie Shah claimed his career eleventh five wicket haul, as he dismissed the Sri Lankan tail enders, also claiming the all important wicket of Lankan skipper Dinesh Chandimal on 7 runs. "I'm on the groundsman's case", Du Plessis said yesterday after South Africa bowled out Bangladesh for 90 to complete a crushing 333-run win on the fifth and fin...

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  • Letter to the editor: Players disrespect flag, anthem with their protest
Letter to the editor: Players disrespect flag, anthem with their protest

The Republican president told "Fox & Friends" that he was friends with many National Football League team owners, and they were "in a box" over how to handle the kneeling protests. "I think you risk upsetting more people than it's worth". Trump said he began criticizing the players because he has "so many friends that are owners".

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  • F1 losing its toughest race: Hamilton
F1 losing its toughest race: Hamilton

Raikkonen said that in order to assess his team's performance fans have to look at the whole year's results, not just the Belgian, Italian and Singaporean Grand Prix events where Lewis Hamilton of Mercedes prevailed, reports Efe news agency.

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  • Nebraskan living in Puerto Rico describes devistation
Nebraskan living in Puerto Rico describes devistation

The presenter of the video said the hospital she was in had "no water, no cash", and added that "the hospital is completely full with no generators, so they have open windows". Seven lawmakers led by Representative Nydia Velazquez of NY had urged Trump to waive the restrictions for a year in order to speed delivery of critically needed supplies t...

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