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Yoga should not be linked with religion: Sanjeev Baliyan


The Chief Minister made the appeal while reviewing with police, excise and administrative officers some alleged incidents of outburst of people's anger during protest against shifting of liquor shops to populated areas following a Supreme Court order banning sale of alcohol near highways, an official spokesman said. Read More »

WHO urges Kenya to support mental health programs


Professor Harvey Whiteford said the World Health Organisation (WHO) approached his team at UQ's School of Public Health to contribute to a report on the distribution and burden of common mental disorders. Launching a year-long campaign against this depressing crisis, World Health Organization says its main goal is that more people with depression will seek and get help. Read More »

Inventor of World Wide Web wins computing's 'Nobel Prize'


Tim's soaring vision of what was possible in the world is anchored on breakthrough contributions to computing - which is what is recognized by the Turing Award . W3C is an worldwide community that develops open standards to ensure the interoperability and long-term growth of the Web. It wasn't always called the world wide web, however. Read More »

Young men, women missing HPV shots


Experts believe that most sexually active people have HPV at some point. Recent studies show that about 70 percent of cancers in the oropharynx may also be linked to HPV. Until recently, data on the prevalence of genital HPV infections in men in the general USA population was limited. "More than 80 percent of Americans will be infected with HPV in their lifetime, but in most cases, it never causes symptoms or illness - and certainly not cancer in most people", Einstein explains. Read More »

United Nations strongly condemns North Korea's latest missile launch


The carefully choreographed dinners and displays of bonhomie mask an nearly palpable anxiety about how the meeting will go. Appearing with Obama for the final time, shortly after Trump's election, Xi said the U.S. - China relations . Xi's main objective will not be establishing a relationship "for the next three or four years, but stable ties during the next three quarters" through China's 19th Party Congress, according to the source. Read More »

Don Rickles, king of insult comedy, dies at 90

Potato Head in 'Toy Story .' The best-selling author and Emmy Award victor had recently been in poor health and had already canceled his next show on May 6. In 1957, Frank Sinatra walked into a Los Angeles nightclub where Rickles was performing. He was one of the most famous comedians of all time, and inspired generations of stand-up comics with his harsh take-downs of celebrities and other subjects. Read More »

Waupun Rotary Club to hold Annual Easter Egg Hunt


The Easter Bunny will be given VIP treatment, posing for photographs and mingling with guests. Yardley Borough The Yardley Borough Recreation Board presents an Easter Egg Hunt on Saturday, April 8 at a new location - the grounds of the Tannery, 19 West College Avenue just up the hill from the fire station. Read More »

Giraffe Watch: Doctors onsite, April expected to give birth very soon


HARPURSVILLE, NEW YORK-Any moment now, April , the beloved, pregnant giraffe that has distracted the internet for weeks, could give birth . Giraffes are pregnant for 15 months, according to Animal Adventure Park. Keepers said Friday that they expect April to deliver within the day. On Sunday, officials said they would "continue to watch and wait". On Friday, Patch, the park's owner, told ABC's "Good Morning America" that " April has progressed significantly overnight and, by ... Read More »

Canada expected to legalize marijuana by July 2018

The governing Liberal party has said it is committed to having the legislation ready this spring but would not officially confirm the date it would come into effect. "I believe in legalization", Julian said during the NDP's second leadership debate . The initial draft is said to adhere to the majority of the 80 recommendations made previous year by Prime Minister Justin Trudeau's marijuana task force. Read More »

Lawmakers Seek To Help Cannabis Businesses With Tax Reforms


So far, legal pot has been extremely lucrative: Revenue from marijuana sales in Colorado, for example, topped $1 billion in 2016. Every day consumers and medical cannabis patients also face grave consequences. On the criminal justice front, a separate set of so-called cannabis policy "gap" bills, also introduced by Wyden and Blumenauer of OR, would eliminate numerous consequences associated with federal cannabis convictions. Read More »

List of winners at the 2017 Academy of Country Music Awards

FGL, which performed three times during the three-hour show, also sang its duet with the Backstreet Boys - "God, Your Mama and Me" - before bringing up the high energy. Thomas Rhett was a multiple victor too. "This is odd. David?" asked "Entertainment Tonight" host Nancy O'Dell, who had the winner's card in her hand. Read More »

Wilton police crack down on cell phones while driving


Past year 13,994 crashes in OH had a reported distraction, including 26 fatal crashes. NSC advances this mission by partnering with businesses, government agencies, elected officials and the public on the leading causes of unintentional death, with a focus on distracted driving, teen driving, workplace safety, prescription drug overdoses and Safe Communities. Read More »

Train Derails At NYC's Penn Station

New Jersey Transit service is suspended into and out of Penn Station. Riders should expect up to 30-minute delays during the afternoon peak period due to track constraints at Penn Station New York. She described chaotic scenes as railway employees sought to shepherd passengers to safety."They kept sending us up to the back of the vehicle, then the front", said Jakwonk Dean, 20, from Newark. Read More »

Swansea 10/11 to win against Middlesbrough in this day's Premier League battle

But the Swansea defender's arm was in a natural position and his close proximity to Negredo ensured that referee Bobby Madley was not interested in pointing to the spot. "The fact we didn't pick up anything in the last two games (means) it's important to get points back on the board again", Clement said. Middlesbrough have another huge relegation clash on Wednesday when they travel to Hull. Read More »

Moyes: It's do or die for Sunderland at Leicester


Watford's only win in their last nine league meetings with Sunderland came on their trip to the Stadium of Light in December 2015 (D3, L5). When asked whether Sunderland needed a miracle to survive, Moyes said: "We need to win games". Read More »

South Sudan rebels release 3 abducted foreign oil workers

A Pakistani petroleum engineer who was kidnapped by rebels in South Sudan has been released from captivity on Thursday. However, it did not specify when the hostages were released. He thanked the governments of South Sudan, Sudan and China for their cooperation and support in the successful release of Ayaz Jamali. He said the Indians "refused to respect repeated warnings from the military command of the armed opposition". Read More »

Resistance risk for new tuberculosis drugs


In a commentary accompanying the research, he wrote: " Over the next decade, it is quite possible that we will see a drug-resistant tuberculosis epidemic of unprecedented global scale. "But, migration and travel mean that highly drug-resistant TB strains have emerged in nearly every part of the world", said the Lancet . "The added advantage of this drug is it is more tolerable", Health Minister Aaron Motsoaledi told a briefing for World TB Day in Johannesburg. Read More »

Ford hires 400 for Canadian connected auto research


In November, Ford announced a CA$700 million investment to upgrade its Windsor Operations powertrain facility and Oakville Assembly Complex. He will also support Ford's project to create a research and engineering center in Ottawa to develop new technologies. Read More »

Cats Actually Like Being With You


Cat people have long bristled at the charge - often lobbed by dog people - that cats are jerks who don't even like being around humans. Then, specialists reintroduced the missing stimuli one by one to deduce which of the stimuli is their favorite one. Read More »

Windows 10 Creators Update Launch Confirmed For April 11th

Microsoft did not do any advertising of the said update to let the users know of Windows Phone 8.1 about the Windows 10 Mobile. While Microsoft touted the cloud-focused Windows 10, now installed on more than 400 million devices, as its most advanced and secure OS to date, many customers have complained about the company's aggressive efforts to get people to upgrade. Read More »

Study shows no long-term cognitive benefit to breastfeeding


They were then evaluated at three years and again at five years of age. There are other factors which affect the development of cognitive skills and breastfeeding , such as the socio-economic status of a mother. The most important thing about breastfeeding is not breastfeeding itself, says Nancy Hurst , but the nurturing relationship between the mother and the child. Read More »

Central Ohio jobless rate dips to 4.5 percent


In Jefferson County, the unemployment rate was 8 percent in February, up from 7.5 percent the year before. Hancock County's jobless rate was 4.4 percent in January. The national rate was 4.7 percent last month, down from 4.8 percent in January. There were only 800 unemployed people to go with 17,800 working people. Read More »

Devin Nunes Explains What He Did at the White House


When asked why Nunes couldn't have viewed the documents at the Capitol, his spokesman told Business Insider that because the information "comprised executive branch documents that have not been provided to Congress", the White House grounds "was the best location to safeguard the proper chain of custody and classification of these documents". Read More »

Theresa May: UK 'an unstoppable force' when nations act together

Scotland's First Minister Nicola Sturgeon greets Britain's new Prime Minister Theresa May as she arrives at Bute House in Edinburgh, July 15, 2016. Following a meeting in Glasgow, Ms Sturgeon insisted the Prime Minister had been clear the terms of the UK's divorce from the European Union and the details of a new free trade deal would be known within two years. Read More »

Scattered severe storms possible today across Alabama


A mock tornado watch will be issued statewide by the National Weather Service at 1 p.m.; a mock tornado warning will follow at 1:45 p.m. A few isolated severe storms will be possible, producing mainly threats of damaging wind gusts. Click the image above to see the risk map for Sunday . The Beach Forecast is partially underwritten by the support of Brett/Robinson Vacation Rentals in Gulf Shores and Orange Beach. Read More »

Sensex plunges 222 pts in early trade on global cues


The Sensex has so far touched a high of 29,315.18 points and a low of 29,198.08 points during the intra-day trade. The BSE market breadth was largely bearish - with 1,872 declines and 937 advances. On the currency front, the Indian rupee weakened by 15 paise to 65.45 against a USA dollar from its previous close of 65.30 to a greenback. Midcaps and aviation stocks outperformed. Read More »

Being An Older Mother Comes With Many Benefits, New Research Finds


The trend of having children later in life than before is due to several reasons. "As a 30-year-old mother, you'll have more experience, education and maturity, versus a woman at 20". The study, conducted by experts at Aarhus University in Demark, monitored 4,741 mothers in the country and assessed their children's behavior at the ages of 7, 11 and 15. Read More »