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Medicine Google hires Class 12 boy from Chandigarh for Rs 1.44 cr
Author: 0 Google hires Class 12 boy from Chandigarh for Rs 1.44 cr

He will leave for California, USA on 7 August. During this time, he chose to get a job in Google . The press release had even said he would be paid Rs 12 lakh a month after the year-long paid training.UT director, school education, Rubinderjit Singh Brar said: "I am inquiring into the matter".

Medicine US, China in heated tug of war over North Korea
Author: 0 US, China in heated tug of war over North Korea

Trump's public statements about China's role in dealing with North Korea has run the gamut, from praise for Chinese President Xi Jinping to contempt. The South China Morning Post notes Trump appeared to accept more responsibility on Monday. Senator Lindsey Graham said he was told by Trump that Kim Jong-Un is a madman said he will go to war to prevent North Korea from getting a nuclear weapon .

Medicine Wife: Slain Indianapolis-area officer was honored to serve
Author: 0 Wife: Slain Indianapolis-area officer was honored to serve

Traci Wagner told RTV6 reporters that she had known Jason Brown his entire life. In Indianapolis , on Thursday, a police officer went in to check for a vehicle crash which was reported to 911, and he was nearby thus dispatcher asked him to look for the incident, and it instead took his life, after he got shot multiple times near the crash site.

Medicine Australia dollar firm in the face of RBA unease, NZ$ steady
Author: 0 Australia dollar firm in the face of RBA unease, NZ$ steady

He further added, "An appreciating exchange rate would be expected to result in a slower pick-up in economic activity and inflation than now forecast". Still, policy makers showed renewed confidence in the labor market - following the biggest two-month full-time job gains in nearly 30 years - predicting that the jobless rate would "decline a little" over the next couple of years from the current 5.6 percent.

Medicine Charlie Gard's parents to create foundation in his memory
Author: 0 Charlie Gard's parents to create foundation in his memory

His mother, Connie Yates set up a crowdfunding page after finding an American doctor who was willing to give Charlie nucleoside bypass therapy, but had to get permission from the court after Great Ormond Street said the therapy was experimental and would not help.

Medicine Dead Birds, Mosquitoes Mark First West Nile Virus Activity this Year
Author: 0 Dead Birds, Mosquitoes Mark First West Nile Virus Activity this Year

He was not hospitalized, and is recovering. West Nile was also found in Richmond in early July. Last year, there were 43 West Nile virus cases in MS, including two deaths. West Nile symptoms include headaches, fever, muscle and joint aches, nausea and fatigue. Wear light colored clothing with long sleeves and long trousers to help prevent mosquito bites.

Medicine Gas Prices on Rise as Schools Resume
Author: 0 Gas Prices on Rise as Schools Resume

The state average is fractions of a cent higher than last week and 19 cents more than this same time a year ago. San Antonio- $2.00/g, flat from last week's $2.00/g. Prices are above $2.25 at 53 percent of United States gas stations. The national average price for regular unleaded was $2.31, AAA reported. Prices in Alabama are: $2.02, Tenneessee $2.08, SC $2.02 and $2.29 in Florida.

Medicine Sessions Hopes Gang Issue Patches Up Things with President Trump
Author: 0 Sessions Hopes Gang Issue Patches Up Things with President Trump

Sessions was drawn to Trump because of his strong immigration enforcement platform. And while MS-13 is certainly unsafe - the New York Times reported on the murders of four Latino men on Long Island by the gang in April - this concentration on MS-13 is nearly certainly overblown.

Medicine Lack of sleep could be expanding your waistline
Author: 0 Lack of sleep could be expanding your waistline

If not, the less hours of sound sleep could end up adding more inches to your waist line. Not only there were measurements of the waistline, but they also measured the blood cholesterol , blood pressure, blood sugar and thyroid, and also weight.

Medicine BAT battered after USA call for nicotine reduction
Author: 0 BAT battered after USA call for nicotine reduction

Rules are needed to deal with "kid-appealing" flavors, Gottlieb said. Cigarette smoking is the leading cause of preventable disease and death in the United States, according to the U.S. Nicotine , however, is the addictive element. But he worries it may stall. Any plan to get the tobacco industry to create lower-nicotine cigarettes will be a lengthy process.

Medicine Steelers' Roethlisberger hints he might clock out after season
Author: 0 Steelers' Roethlisberger hints he might clock out after season

By all accounts, the 35-year-old quarterback gave serious thought to retiring this past offseason. Though Pittsburgh can lighten the burden if Roethlisberger's retirement becomes official after June 1, spreading the dead cap cash to $6.2 million per year in each of 2018 and 2019, it's still a considerable chunk of change that the Steelers will have to absorb, thus hamstringing their ability to spend that money elsewhere.

Medicine JD (U) senior Sharad Yadav voices dissent against new Nitish government
Author: 0 JD (U) senior Sharad Yadav voices dissent against new Nitish government

Gandhi was Bihar Chief Minister Nitish Kumar's choice for the Opposition's presidential candidate as well, but the Congress persuaded other parties in the 18-party grouping to support former Lok Sabha Speaker Meira Kumar. Lalu Yadav claimed Sharad Yadav had called him and shared his objection to the Nitish-BJP reunion. Maintaining a stoic silence, JD (U) chief, Sharad Yadav had given plenty of indications that he is displeased, by taking to Twitter to lambast his party's new ally, the ...

Medicine Wyoming man who got life term as minor on track for release
Author: 0 Wyoming man who got life term as minor on track for release

Then a year ago, the court made its ruling retroactive, saying those already serving such sentences must be given a chance to show their crimes did not reflect "irreparable corruption" and, if they did not, have some hope for freedom. Virginia abolished parole for people who committed their crimes after 1995, and capital murder offenders aren't eligible for "geriatric release", which makes older inmates eligible for freedom.

Medicine Arsene Wenger sends message to Arsenal supporters about new signing
Author: 0 Arsene Wenger sends message to Arsenal supporters about new signing

Uncertainty has surrounded Sanchez's future this summer, with the Chilean yet to sign an extension to his current contract, which is due to expire next year. "It's not the same". It is a secret conversation. Wenger also refused to say if he would make another bid for £50 million-rated ($65 million, 56 million euro) Monaco winger Thomas Lemar after having several offers rejected.

Medicine 1500 kgs of 'heroine' seized off Gujarat coast
Author: 0 1500 kgs of 'heroine' seized off Gujarat coast

According to the officials, the vessel, Henry, with eight crew members, was intercepted in the mid-sea in the early hours of Saturday by Coast Guard's ship Samudra Pavak. The coast guard received information from intelligence sources three days back regarding the drug consignment. The heroin was being sneaked into the country from Iran and was on its way to Alang town in Gujarat's Bhavnagar district, an unidentified official told News18.

Medicine South Korea to up THAAD Deployment After North Korea's ICBM Test
Author: 0 South Korea to up THAAD Deployment After North Korea's ICBM Test

China is anxious about the deployment of additional missile interception systems in South Korea and urged the United States to act in order to have them removed. or New York City , according to thediplomat.com , while other sources estimated it could hit Chicago or Denver. Trump this month asked on Twitter if Kim Jong Un has "anything better to do with his life?" after a previous missile test.

Medicine Pregnant doctor delivers a baby right before she gives birth
Author: 0 Pregnant doctor delivers a baby right before she gives birth

Amanda Hess. The doctor on call was on his way back to the hospital after a short break, staff said, but Johnson was already fully dilated and screaming. Hess told WKYT-TV there was no time to waste so she made a decision to deliver Johnson's baby herself. An obstetrician helped deliver her patient's baby just before she gave birth to her own daughter.

Medicine Gujarat Congress leader says Balwantsinh will win RS seat
Author: 0 Gujarat Congress leader says Balwantsinh will win RS seat

The BJP has nominated Amit Shah , Smriti Irani and former Congressman Balwantsinh Rajput for the three vacant Rajya Sabha seats, while the Congress has again nominated Ahmed Patel , the political secretary to Sonia Gandhi . The Gujarat Congress unit president Bharatsinh Solanki is among the Congress MLAs being escorted to Bengaluru. "Congress is not able to keep its house in order", Naqvi said.

Medicine Exxon Mobil Q2 Earnings, Revenue Miss; Chevron Results Ahead
Author: 0 Exxon Mobil Q2 Earnings, Revenue Miss; Chevron Results Ahead

About 7.46M shares traded. Agrium Inc. (TSE:AGU) has 0.00% since July 28, 2016 and is. It has underperformed by 23.48% the S&P500. The Irving, TX-based integrated oil producer reported Q2 earnings per share (EPS) of $0.78, which was $0.08 worse than the Wall Street consensus estimate of $0.86.

Medicine Baby Charlie Gard dies after life support withdrawn
Author: 0 Baby Charlie Gard dies after life support withdrawn

Charlie Gard, the terminally ill British boy whose heartbreaking case elicited sympathy and support from Pope Francis and President Donald Trump, and inflamed an worldwide debate over end-of-life rights, died Friday. The heated commentary prompted Judge Francis to criticise the effects of social media and those "who know nearly nothing about this case but who feel entitled to express opinions".

Medicine Indiana State Fair dropping thrill ride after OH accident
Author: 0 Indiana State Fair dropping thrill ride after OH accident

Her sister, Kiley Neal, 13, told ABC News, "I didn't think it was real". But Lewis and her family continued going to the fair. The other people injured are Tamika Dunlap, 36, of Reynoldsburg, Jacob Andrews, 22, of Pataskala, and Russell Franks, 42, Jennifer Lambert, 18, and Abdihakim Hussein, 19, all of Columbus, officials said.

Medicine North Korea has conducted another missile test, claims Japan
Author: 0 North Korea has conducted another missile test, claims Japan

On July 27, U.S. General Mark Miller, the Army chief of staff, warned that North Korea's ability to launch a missile capable of reaching the United States was advancing significantly and faster than expected. It was launched at a very steep angle, a technique called lofting, and reached a height of more than 2,500 kilometres (1,550 miles) before splashing down in the Pacific Ocean 930 kilometres (580 miles) away.

Medicine Money 'taken from Cambodian child' in casting game for Angelina Jolie movie
Author: 0 Money 'taken from Cambodian child' in casting game for Angelina Jolie movie

According to Google, Jolie has a net worth of $160 million dollars and the average household income in Cambodia is around $1,100 American dollars a year. Child actor Sareum Srey Moch was discovered to play the lead role the film - but Jolie revealed that the audition process was a cruel game. "There wasn't a person who was working on the movie who didn't have a personal connection".

Medicine Gays Fight Back: LGBT Anti-ISIS Brigade Forms in Syria
Author: 0 Gays Fight Back: LGBT Anti-ISIS Brigade Forms in Syria

The alliance said they are part of the International Revolutionary People's Guerrilla Force ( IRPGF ), a coalition of foreign fighters. That group announced the formation of TQILA on Monday. Pinkwashing is an accusation often directed at the Israeli government , which emphasizes its supposed good record on LGBT rights while simultaneously violating Palestinian rights.

Medicine 'Our attractive little boy has gone': Family confirm Charlie Gard has died
Author: 0 'Our attractive little boy has gone': Family confirm Charlie Gard has died

The order says Charlie will continue to be treated at Great Ormond Street for a "period" of time before being moved to the hospice, which can not be named for legal reasons. Charlie Gard , the United Kingdom baby at the center of dispute over hospital treatment, has died. "We have tried absolutely everything to accommodate their final wishes and engaged not only with those who volunteered to treat Charlie but experts from across the health service in close consultation with the NHS to make ...

Medicine Jon Hamm is a loveable hologram in 'Marjorie Prime'
Author: 0 Jon Hamm is a loveable hologram in 'Marjorie Prime'

The film, an adaptation of Jordan Harrison's Pulitzer-Prize nominated play of the same name, is drawing comparisons to Spike Jonze's Her and Black Mirror , as they are both based on exploring technology's relationship to humans, and both have involved holograms, AI, and/or life after death facilitated by computers.

Medicine Chicago is Full of New
Author: 0 Chicago is Full of New "Cubs" Following World Series Title

Dr. Melissa Dennis, an OB-GYN at advocate Illinois Masonic Medical Center, was wondering what was going on. Championships do seem to have a way of kickstarting a mini baby boom when a team wins it all . "The entire city was celebrating the Cubs so of course there will be some celebrations that continue". With many more newborns on the way, that's just more members in the Cubs fan club.

Medicine Incredible footage shows prisoners during their escape from U.S. jail
Author: 0 Incredible footage shows prisoners during their escape from U.S. jail

It shows the kind of images usually relegated to movies like "The Shawshank Redemption", with the three inmates shimmying into a vent and crawling through plumbing shafts. Next there is video from inside the white van, where they were sleeping. "This is our casa right now, for the moment, this is our crib, water, all the basics", they said.

Medicine Former Karnataka CM N Dharam Singh no more
Author: 0 Former Karnataka CM N Dharam Singh no more

N. Dharam Singh breathed his last after suffering a cardiac arrest at Bengaluru's MS Ramaiah Memorial Hospital on Thursday. Singh, a member of the Congress ran an alliance government with Janata Dal (Secular) from 2004 to 2006. The prime minister soon after learning the death of Singh tweeted, "My thoughts are with his family & supporters in this sad hour". He also recalled his association with Mr Dharam Singh when he was the chief minister and Mr Siddaramaiah was the deputy chief minister.

Medicine Contaminants found in water supplies across the country
Author: 0 Contaminants found in water supplies across the country

Due to the rapid development of emerging contaminants by chemical and industrial manufacturers, and the limited resources of the EPA to study and regulate them, it has been over 20 years since the EPA has added a new contaminant to its list of regulated pollutants.

Medicine Turns Out Alcohol Consumption Could Boost Your Memory
Author: 0 Turns Out Alcohol Consumption Could Boost Your Memory

Earlier studies led by Nutritional epidemiologist Karin Michels from the UCLA Fielding School of Public Health, USA has also declared a series of advantages of drinking alcohol and said beer once a day may help people posses a much better health and it also cleans out your coronary arteries.

Medicine Justice Department Argues Landmark Civil Rights Law Doesn't Protect Gay People
Author: 0 Justice Department Argues Landmark Civil Rights Law Doesn't Protect Gay People

While Title VII's scope has been disputed for decades, the Justice Department has never officially claimed that sexual orientation discrimination falls under the law's purview of sex discrimination, but the EEOC pointed out that lower courts in recent years have upheld such an interpretation, including a federal appeals court in April.

Medicine Parents concede baby Charlie dying in hospice
Author: 0 Parents concede baby Charlie dying in hospice

The order says Charlie will continue to be treated at Great Ormond Street for a period of time before being moved to the hospice, which can not be named for legal reasons. She yelled: "I hope you are happy with yourselves". A British judge is set to rule on where Charlie Gard, a baby with a rare genetic disease, will spend the last days of his life.

Medicine 9 key facts about Hepatitis C your doctor wants you to know
Author: 0 9 key facts about Hepatitis C your doctor wants you to know

The Commission is fully committed to helping Member States achieve the Sustainable Development goal of ending HIV/AIDS and tuberculosis and reducing viral hepatitis by 2030. He further said that without appropriate diagnosis and treatment, around one- third of those chronically infected with viral hepatitis would die as a result of serious liver disease, including cirrhosis, liver cell cancer and liver failure.

Medicine Smuggling victims being held as material witnesses in case against driver
Author: 0 Smuggling victims being held as material witnesses in case against driver

The Iowa trucking company linked to the deadly case of immigrant smuggling in Texas has a history of safety and tax violations and financial problems. According to Time , upwards of 90 individuals, many of whom were immigrants, were packed into the un-airconditioned truck which was heading from Laredo to San Antonio , Texas.

Medicine Almost 80% of Yemeni children need humanitarian aid, says UN
Author: 0 Almost 80% of Yemeni children need humanitarian aid, says UN

Through July 25, 2017, the number of suspected cholera cases reported in the Yemen epidemic has surpassed 400,000 since April, 27, 2017. The heads of three United Nation humanitarian organizations traveled to Yemen and met with warring leaders in Aden and Sanaa, issuing a plea to both them to allow humanitarian assistance into the war-torn country and find a peaceful solution to a almost two-year civil war.

Medicine E-cigarette use may increase smoking cessation in US
Author: 0 E-cigarette use may increase smoking cessation in US

E-cigarette use and associated changes in population smoking cessation: evidence from United States current population surveys. The findings add to the public health debate regarding the relative merits and potential drawbacks of the devices.

Medicine Human embryos genetically altered for first time with new technology
Author: 0 Human embryos genetically altered for first time with new technology

None of them were allowed to grow for more than a few days , and there was no intention of implanting them in the womb. "So far as I know this will be the first study [on editing human IVF embryos] reported in the USA", said Jun Wu, a researcher at the Gene Expression Laboratory of the Salk Institute for Biological Sciences in La Jolla, California, who is understood to be one of the many authors named on the paper.