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  • Klopp proud as Liverpool return to Champions League

    Klopp proud as Liverpool return to Champions League

    The numbers don't lie. Importantly, these aren't wasted, wayward efforts - more shots found their way to the target than any other team managed this year, and has meant that Spurs finish the season with more goals than any other Premier League side.

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  • Texas set to pass transgender bathroom law for schools

    But one Democratic representative, Senfronia Thompson, compared the bill to Jim Crow-era laws that discriminated against black Americans. During Sunday night's emotional debate, Republican lawmakers said the measure was not meant to discriminate against transgender students but rather to protect the privacy and safety of all students.

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  • Mumbai beat Kolkata to storm into IPL final

    After beating Mumbai in Qualifier-1, Smith's men had a three-day break. With advantage RPS, Steve Smith and unit will come into the game with their chins up after having knocked Mumbai Indians at all the three times they came face to face this season .

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  • Crypto outbreaks in swimming pools on the rise in the US

    Crypto outbreaks in swimming pools on the rise in the US

    It only takes a mouthful of contaminated water to make a healthy person sick for up to three weeks. There were 12 cases in 2014, 53 cases in 2015 and 21 cases in 2016. The only way to get rid of Crypto in a pool is to shut it down and hyper-chlorinate it. Alabama, Arizona, Ohio, and other states examined and controlled outbreak of Crypto connected to swimming pools or water playgrounds in the year 2016.

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  • Chevrolet to pull out of India, South Africa

    Chevrolet to pull out of India, South Africa

    India has just announced that they will stop local sales of their cars by the end of this year. In April, it had announced that it will stop production at its Halol facility. However, there will be around 400 layoffs and the company will give its employees a severance package. "From 2018, Isuzu dealers will provide aftersales and service support to Chevrolet and Opel customers until the details of our talks with PSA have been finalised", the company.

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  • Study Suggests High Incidence of High Blood Pressure Among Doctors

    Study Suggests High Incidence of High Blood Pressure Among Doctors

    Senior cardiologist Dr Santosh Kumar Dora says, "Contrary to these assumptions, studies show an alarming rise in the incidence of hypertension among the young". "However, these secondary causes are present only in a minority and constitute only 10 per cent of the hypertension population". During the readings, 21% of the doctors had masked hypertension, which is associated with an increased long-term risk of sustained hypertension and cardiovascular morbidity.

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  • Europe fears expansion of inflight laptop ban

    Anna-Kaisa Itkonen, a spokeswoman for the European Commission, said that European officials had sent a letter on Tuesday to their American counterparts. "This ban disrupts business travellers' ability to travel and remain productive - adding it to the list of disastrous, cumbersome airline security policies we've seen over the years, from restrictions on liquids to removing shoes at security checkpoints", he added.

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  • 200 militants active in Kashmir

    200 militants active in Kashmir

    Gillani's comments about students came hours after chief minister Mehbooba Mufti said not every youth in Kashmir is a stone pelter and blamed national news channels for making the situation worse in the state that has witnessed a cycle of violence since last summer.

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  • CBSE NEET 2017: Expert Analysis, Expected Cut-Off

    CBSE NEET 2017: Expert Analysis, Expected Cut-Off

    The NEET is, a national level exam held for the candidates to get admitted to various medical and dental courses in India.CBSE is responsible for declaration of result and providing All India Rank for the goal of counselling for 15% All India Quota Seats.

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  • Study finds diet soda may raise risk of stroke, dementia

    Study finds diet soda may raise risk of stroke, dementia

    The researchers analysed 2,888 people over the age of 45 for the stroke study and 1,484 people over the age of 60 for the dementia part of the study. The data collected did not distinguish between the types of artificial sweeteners used in the drinks. They looked at people who consumed more than two sugary drinks a day.

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  • Today is National Blue-Green Day in support of organ donation

    Today is National Blue-Green Day in support of organ donation

    Studies show that New Yorkers overwhelmingly support organ donation - 9 out of 10 people - yet only 27 percent are actually registered organ donors, compared to more than 50 percent nationally. The ceremony, held in the hospital's Exploratorium, ended with a walk to the new Donor Wall for viewing of the new names added by organ donors in 2016.

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  • Over 1000 InterContinental Hotels Hit By Data Breach

    Over 1000 InterContinental Hotels Hit By Data Breach

    The hotel chain has not published a full list of the properties that were affected but instead offered a state-by-state lookup page. The Intercontinental Hotels Group (IHG) has been forced to reveal yet another major data breach of customer card details over the latter part of 2016.

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  • Car dragged along highway after collision with tractor-trailer

    Car dragged along highway after collision with tractor-trailer

    The Maxima became lodged under the truck, and the auto and its 34-year-old driver, an Oak Hills man, were dragged along. The sedan's driver can be seen waving his hands outside of the vehicle and shouting for help. Based on the description, the incident appears to have taken place on Interstate 15 in California. The truck collided with the sedan. The sedan, driven by a 34-year-old Oak Hills man, became lodged underneath the first semitruck and was dragged almost 3/4 of a mile, the CHP said in ...

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  • Starbucks' Unicorn Frappucino, a Frappuci NO?

    Starbucks' Unicorn Frappucino, a Frappuci NO?

    The Unicorn Frappuccino will be available through Sunday, April 23 at participating Starbucks stores in Canada, the USA and Mexico. Braden Burson works at a Starbucks in Colorado. In his video, Burson complains that the drink is hard to make. I would argue it looks better than Starbucks' odd, artificial-looking drink. If you want a taste of the magic, you'd better act fast: Starbucks says the Unicorn Frappuccino will only be available through Sunday, April 23! "I really ...

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  • NorCal counties get F grade for air quality

    NorCal counties get F grade for air quality

    The National Institutes of Health, in a 2014 study, said the level of disease-causing particles had fallen in the region since the more active industrial days of the 1960s. Ozone and particle pollution , or soot, are the most widespread air pollutants and among the most unsafe. American Lung Association analyst Will Barrett said the single day of elevated soot levels was likely due to a combination of the drought and wildfires, and warned that last year's air quality levels would likely ...

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  • Trump to travel to Wisconsin Tuesday

    Andrew Cuomo sent Trump the letter on Tuesday. About 70 dairy producers in both Wisconsin and NY are affected. He will visit the headquarters of Wisconsin-based tool manufacturer Snap-On, Inc., to highlight the importance of manufacturing to the nation's future.

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  • Look up! Lyrid meteor shower is here

    Look up! Lyrid meteor shower is here

    As with most meteor showers, if you are expecting celestial fireworks in the sky, you'll be disappointed. They are pieces of debris from the periodic Comet C/1861 G1 Thatcher which can be seen from Earth each year from mid-April, as the planet runs into the stream of debris from the comet.

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  • Vettel holds off late Hamilton charge to win Bahrain GP

    The Ferrari driver took his second win of the season after jumping Lewis Hamilton for second at the first corner, and getting ahead of Valtteri Bottas for the lead by being the first frontrunning vehicle to make a pitstop. Verstappen asked his team to match that strategy and he came in on the next lap. But moments later, the Dutchman's brakes failed and he drifted across the track and into the wall, his race over.

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