• FYI: Blue Ivy Has the Sturdiest Milly Rock You've Ever Seen
FYI: Blue Ivy Has the Sturdiest Milly Rock You've Ever Seen

In the video, Tina was also joined by her grandson Julez, who is the son of Solange Knowles . Honestly, it's only a matter of time before Blue Ivy blesses the streets with an original dance craze of her own. "She's a good big sister, she really is". Dressed in a gorgeous and colorful flowing Palomo dress, the Lemonade songstress posed in f...

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  • Life crippled in Kashmir due to strike against killings, restrictions
Life crippled in Kashmir due to strike against killings, restrictions

Curfew-like restrictions have been imposed in the downtown and Shehar-e-Khas (SeK) and areas falling under three police stations in the old city and civil lines since early this morning as a precautionary measure. This was the fifth consecutive Friday when weekly prayers were not allowed at the historic mosque. While Hurriyat (G) chairman, Syed A...

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  • Farooq Abdullah's statement on 'Kashmir issue' triggers controversy
Farooq Abdullah's statement on 'Kashmir issue' triggers controversy

He added, "You have to catch the bull by the horns, sometimes you have to do it". "Somebody has to be approached", Farooq said in a newspaper interview on Friday. Congress Vice President Rahul Gandhi also refuted the statement and said that the Prime Minister and his policies have destroyed Jammu and Kashmir.

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  • The Procter & Gamble Company (PG)
The Procter & Gamble Company (PG)

Columbia Partners Llc Investment Management decreased Procter & Gamble Co (PG) stake by 38.85% reported in 2016Q4 SEC filing. The Cincinnati-based company has already shed some of the smaller brands it says collectively contribute little to its operating profit.

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  • Sarasota doctor arrested for practicing without license
Sarasota doctor arrested for practicing without license

Wheeler's medical offices were located on Main Street. According to police spokeswoman Genevieve Judge, detectives think they have identified between four and 12 patients. He helped a patient who complained about prostate issues. He would then use highly focused ultrasound waves in a small area to generate heat, destroying the prostate tissue.

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  • More New Details & Art For DC's DOOMSDAY CLOCK
More New Details & Art For DC's DOOMSDAY CLOCK

A new teaser image revealed at near the end of Geoff Johns' just-concluded Comic-Con International panel promoting his upcoming Doomsday Clock project may have finally answered a decades old question: Who watches the Watchmen? It likely features Superman and Doctor Manhattan, and its first issue will be released in November of 2017 - and now ...

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  • Bella Thorne Responds to Explicit Video, Says It's Fake
Bella Thorne Responds to Explicit Video, Says It's Fake

So when a video allegedly of that surfaced online, the Famous in Love star quickly took to social media to respond. Thorne also faced some cruel mocking on Twitter from some people who saw the video, but many others leapt to her defense and argued that the video looks like it's doctored.

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  • Game of Thrones Showrunners Announce New Series
Game of Thrones Showrunners Announce New Series

The planned drama is said to take place in a modern-day, alternative "America" in which the South was able to secede from the Union and formed its own country where slavery is still an institution. "We know that the elements in play in a show like Confederate are much more raw, much more real [than with Game of Thrones ]", Weiss told Vultur...

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  • Lady Hale appointed President of the Supreme Court
Lady Hale appointed President of the Supreme Court

Her appointment comes as newly released report shows that over the past three years, there are four per cent more women in the judiciary with six per cent more female judges in the Court of Appeal . Andrew Langdon QC, chairman of the Bar, described Lady Hale as "most distinguished" and said she "has always been at the forefront in the task of argu...

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  • Critically ill baby Charlie Gard's parents back in British court
Critically ill baby Charlie Gard's parents back in British court

Charlie Gard's parents have been told a new scan on their critically ill son makes for "sad reading" by a lawyer acting for Great Ormond Street Hospital. Specialists at Great Ormond Street say the therapy will not help and that life support treatment should stop. Earlier this month the judge condemned people who had abused and threatened Great Or...

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  • Railways serving food unfit for humans, says CAG report
Railways serving food unfit for humans, says CAG report

The report blames Indian Railways for not maintaining and enforcing the rules related to food and catering. The report also stated that unpurified water straight from the tap was used in preparation of beverages, waste bins were not found covered, not emptied regularly and not washed, food stuff were not covered to protect them from flies, insect...

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  • New bill replacing Affordable Care Act may be a long way off
New bill replacing Affordable Care Act may be a long way off

Not only that, but as with all other things health care-related these days, it is likely to change in the near future. The increase in the number of uninsured people relative to the number under current law would reach 19 million in 2020 and 22 million in 2026.

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  • Boots faces boycott over refusal to lower cost of morning-after pill
Boots faces boycott over refusal to lower cost of morning-after pill

Boots, however, said it would not lower the price as it did not want to be accused of "incentivising inappropriate use". Boots now charge £28.25 for Levonelle, a form of the morning after pill, whereas both Superdrug and Tesco have dropped their prices to around £13.50.

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  • Teenager killed after Army allegedly fires at protestors in Kashmir's Budgam
Teenager killed after Army allegedly fires at protestors in Kashmir's Budgam

The killing triggered protests and panic in the area. Police said a First Information Report (FIR) had been filed against the Army unit over Pala's death. Kashmir has been divided between India and Pakistan since the end of British rule in 1947, but both claim the Himalayan territory in full. The youth throw stones and brickbats on contingents of...

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  • Kenya shuts two hotels over cholera outbreak
Kenya shuts two hotels over cholera outbreak

The Health Cabinet Secretary was speaking after visiting patients at the Kenyatta National Hospital which has received 101 patients, 67 of whom are now undergoing treatment of a particular strain of cholera . He explained that the certificate will only be issued once the staff and premises are tested and found to comply with set standards. Mailu...

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  • Court declines NASA plea to postpone elections
Court declines NASA plea to postpone elections

The ruling was read by Justices George Kimondo, Hedwing Ong'udi and Alfred Mabeya. According to court papers, the Opposition had argued that the Wafula Chebukati-led commission had not put in place a complementary system as required by law.

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  • Doomed GOP plan leaves health-care industry in legislative limbo
Doomed GOP plan leaves health-care industry in legislative limbo

Sick people would continue to buy insurance. And it's an open question how Trump's health department will promote Obamacare when 2018 sign-ups start in November. The Congressional Budget Office estimated in January that repeal would lead to 32 million more uninsured over the next decade - 10 million more than the Senate bill.

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  • Party has expelled me, says Congress leader Vaghela
Party has expelled me, says Congress leader Vaghela

Letting the speculations quitting the Congress to not fizzle out, veteran leader Shankersinh Vaghela on Friday said he would speak in detail on all issues at 2 p.m. He said he was expelled because the Congress was perturbed he might say something untoward during his birthday celebrations a day later. Mr Vaghela, who is the 57th, said this morning...

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  • United States changes media note to 'Jammu & Kashmir'
United States changes media note to 'Jammu & Kashmir'

He further pointed out, taking cognizance of this, the Ministry's Spokesperson had issued a statement on June 29, 2017 reiterating the well-known position of India that the entire state of Jammu & Kashmir is an integral part of India. Deputy Chief Minister of Jammu and Kashmir Nirmal Singh condemned Abdullah's statement. We want to tell him when ...

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  • HIV vaccine a step closer? Cows become scientists' aides in developing immunisation!
HIV vaccine a step closer? Cows become scientists' aides in developing immunisation!

But when given to monkeys before exposure to a virus similar to HIV, the antibodies prevent infection. These bNAbs have been shown in the laboratory to stop most HIV strains from infecting human cells, and to protect animal models from infection.

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