• 'Practical' Sanskrit to be taught via new 3-month course
'Practical' Sanskrit to be taught via new 3-month course

Deputy Chief Minister Manish Sisodia said these centres would offer three-month certificate course in Sanskrit. Sisodia said the fees will be nominal and added that a committee will design the course in a month's time and the centres will open soon.

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  • Asbury Automotive Group Inc (NYSE:ABG) Issues Quarterly Earnings Results
Asbury Automotive Group Inc (NYSE:ABG) Issues Quarterly Earnings Results

Penske Automotive Group beats Sonic Automotive on 12 of the 17 factors compared between the two stocks. (NYSE:PAG) has risen 20.45% since July 25, 2016 and is uptrending. Thrivent For Lutherans invested in 10,730 shares or 0% of the stock. Bank Of Montreal /can/ controls 5,186 shares worth $328,000. Dreman Value Mngmt L L C holds 8,785 shares or...

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  • First Gene Editing In Human Embryos In The US
First Gene Editing In Human Embryos In The US

The technique is created to correct a genetic disorder from the father. Boston: For the first time, scientists in the United States have successfully used gene-editing tools on human embryos to correct defective DNA that cause inherited diseases.

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  • ICE arrests 114 undocumented immigrants in NY enforcement action
ICE arrests 114 undocumented immigrants in NY enforcement action

Aides said Baker will not seek to change the past policy that prevented state police from holding someone on an ICE detainer if they were taken into custody for a minor civil infraction such as a traffic violation. Jim Lyons, R-Andover. It does not appear that the governor's bill will go as far as another piece of legislation filed this week by A...

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  • Free hepatitis testing at Seminole County health department
Free hepatitis testing at Seminole County health department

If you often fall sick, are worn out, have a low appetite and have had jaundice as well, make sure that you get yourself checked for hepatitis . The hepatitis B virus may or may not cause symptoms. He, however, said there is a need to create awareness and understanding of the disease and associated risk factors, investment in laboratory capacity...

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  • E-cigarette use may increase smoking cessation in US
E-cigarette use may increase smoking cessation in US

The study was published yesterday in the British Medical Journal . Published this week in the British Medical Journal , the study titled 'E-cigarette use and associated changes in population smoking cessation: evidence from USA current population surveys' examined more than 160,000 respondents of different smoking statuses (never smoked throu...

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  • Apple, Cochlear Partner on First 'Made-for-iPhone' Hearing Implant Sound Processor
Apple, Cochlear Partner on First 'Made-for-iPhone' Hearing Implant Sound Processor

The process for pairing the Nucleus 7 is the same as for any Bluetooth device. Those with hearing impairments using the technology have the advantage of streaming sound directly from a compatible device to their sound processor. Often doctors recommend one implant and one hearing aide, often from a different maker. It even suggested that proc...

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  • Divorcee destroys ex's $1m violin collection in Japan
Divorcee destroys ex's $1m violin collection in Japan

According to Japanese media, the couple seperated a year ago and was in the process of divorce. It includes a caption identifying Kawamiya by her Chinese name, Qin Yue. He was on a business trip during the period. The woman had the nationality of China, so right after the thing disappeared and was arrested while trying to go back to Japan .

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  • Experts Question Traditional 'Complete The Course' Antibiotics Advice
Experts Question Traditional 'Complete The Course' Antibiotics Advice

Traditionally, doctors have told patients that failing to finish the course is "irresponsible" - because it could increase antibiotic resistance . Target selected resistance - When a microbe multiplies within the host it leads to infection. Bacteria that do survive an onslaught of antibiotics do indeed reproduce quickly and pass along those t...

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  • Jeff Sessions Sued By Medical Marijuana Patients Over Controlled Substances Act
Jeff Sessions Sued By Medical Marijuana Patients Over Controlled Substances Act

Marvin Washington, a former defensive end with the Jets and a Super Bowl victor with the Broncos in 1999, is one of five people suing Jeff Sessions , the DEA and the DOJ in Manhattan federal court over what they say is marijuana's unconstitutional designation as a Schedule I drug, the NY Post reports .

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  • Busted for Allegedly Beating Ex-GF for Hours
Busted for Allegedly Beating Ex-GF for Hours

HARRIS COUNTY, Texas- Houston rap legend Z-Ro was arrested and charged with aggravated assault for allegedly beating an ex-girlfriend back in April. On Wednesday, Houston rapper Joseph McVey "Z-Ro" was arrested and charged with aggravated assault of a family member.

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  • U.S. salmonella outbreak linked to papayas from Mexico
U.S. salmonella outbreak linked to papayas from Mexico

The illness was linked to a batch of Caribena brand Maradol papayas that were sold nationwide from July 7 to July 18. A press release notifying customers of the recall was not issued as of July 25, prompting the FDA to publish details on its own.

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  • Gay couple study shows HIV positive 'undetectable' partners do not transmit virus
Gay couple study shows HIV positive 'undetectable' partners do not transmit virus

The "exciting" results have significant implications for the prevention of the virus worldwide, says chief investigator Professor Andrew Grulich from the Kirby Institute. The researchers said that roughly 5,000 of the sexual encounters didn't transmit HIV thanks to HIV-negative partners using pre-exposure prophylaxis (PrEP), a medication that can h...

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  • Charlie: Parents concede baby can die in hospice
Charlie: Parents concede baby can die in hospice

Connie Yates, the mother of the critically ill baby at the centre of an worldwide medical and legal battle, returned to London's High Court to request a medical team that could keep her son alive for a week under hospice care rather than a few hours.

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  • Oregon Grad Transfer WR Darren Carrington Is
Oregon Grad Transfer WR Darren Carrington Is "Officially" A Utah Ute

According to UteZone, while Carrington's transfer is a done deal, the school won't make an official announcement. Carrington was dismissed by OR coach Willie Taggart on July 14 following his arrest last month on charges of driving under the influence of intoxicants.

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  • Local resident tests positive for West Nile virus
Local resident tests positive for West Nile virus

These are the first detections of the mosquito-borne virus this year. Rick Nowakowski, sexton of Oakwood and Rockwell cemeteries in La Salle, said he'd just heard the report of West Nile confirmation and was taking steps to protect himself and other workers.

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  • Sells 4821 Shares of Walgreens Boots Alliance, Inc. (WBA)
Sells 4821 Shares of Walgreens Boots Alliance, Inc. (WBA)

The Q.i. Value of Walgreens Boots Alliance, Inc. Several other institutional investors have also recently modified their holdings of the stock. Shares of Walgreens Boots Alliance (NASDAQ:WBA) opened at 79.60 on Tuesday. According to Yahoo Finance, The Dividend Date for Walgreens Boots Alliance is Sep 12, 2017 and its Ex-Dividend Date is May 16,...

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  • Principal Financial Group Inc. Buys 116793 Shares of Applied Materials, Inc. (AMAT)
Principal Financial Group Inc. Buys 116793 Shares of Applied Materials, Inc. (AMAT)

Other equities research analysts have also recently issued reports about the stock. Murphy Pohlad Asset Mngmt Ltd Llc stated it has 26,640 shares. Parallax Volatility Advisers LP has invested 0% in Applied Materials, Inc. The manufacturing equipment provider reported $0.79 earnings per share (EPS) for the quarter, topping the Thomson Reuters' conse...

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  • Drinking alcohol just after learning something new retains memory
Drinking alcohol just after learning something new retains memory

According to a research by the university , drinking alcohol can help in boosting one's memory . Following the task's completion, participants were randomly split into one of two groups- one group was told to stay sober, and the other to drink to their heart's content.

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  • Delhi in better situation than other states in dealing with swine flu
Delhi in better situation than other states in dealing with swine flu

Authorities in Delhi fear the cases in the city may rise as the season for the vector-borne diseases begins from mid-July and generally lasts till November-end. Gujarat recorded 75 deaths from 289 infections; Kerala reported 63 deaths from 1,127 infections, Rajasthan saw 59 deaths from 407 reported cases; and Karnataka had 15 deaths from 2,377 case...

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