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Jio also announced the launch of the Jio Money Merchant Solution. Ambani has accused incumbent operators like Bharti Airtel of anti-competitive behaviour by delaying providing points of interconnection that had led to the blocking of almost 900 crore voice calls from Jio to other networks.
  • China's Currency Just Hit a Record Low Against the Dollar

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    The People's Bank of China lowered the midpoint for the yuan by 132 basis points on Monday. Wang Chunying , spokeswoman for the administration, said seasonal factors play major roles. In fact, a look at the recent history of the Chinese currency reveals that its exchange rate against the U.S. Dollar has been quite range bound since mid-2008, with $1.00 equating to $6.00-$6.90 CNY.
  • Michael Vance Hunted After Allegedly Shooting 2 Oklahoma Cops

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    Investigators discovered the bodies of two of Vance's relatives in a home where they believe he was hiding and believed to have stolen another vehicle. "This is more intense than I thought it was going to be, to say the least", he said in one of two clips. Authorities say Vance fled the scene in the Towncar.
  • STD rates hit record high in US as screening clinics close

    STD rates hit record high in US as screening clinics close

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    Gay and bisexual men account for numerous new cases, and the biggest numbers are among young adults, especially those in their late teens and early 20s. The report focused on these three disease because of the high rates of transmission and the availability of recent, reliable data. Untreatable gonorrhea would increase the already high cost of STDs to the healthcare system.
  • Hillary Clinton leads Donald Trump by 14 points nationally

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    Only Cambodian-Americans had a higher favourability rating for Clinton. Clinton's lead has continued to grow, last week she led Trump by five points. A new national poll shows fallout from Trump's falling numbers: 49 percent want Democrats in control of Congress, 42 percent say Republicans. A quarter said they viewed him less favorably after hearing his explanation, while 16 percent said it improved their view of the Republican nominee.
  • Chilli Eating Challenge Burns Hole In Man's Oesophagus

    Chilli Eating Challenge Burns Hole In Man's Oesophagus

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    Ghost peppers have a measured heat of more than 1,000,000 Scoville heat units (SHU) - more than twice the strength of a habanero pepper. A blistering hot ghost pepper blew a hole in a man's esophagus in a case that has shocked the medical community.
  • Drug Take Back Day Is Saturday

    Drug Take Back Day Is Saturday

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    According to the U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration , studies show that a majority of abused prescription drugs are obtained from family and friends, including from the home medicine cabinet. More than 100 sites in dozens of Iowa communities will collect unneeded medications at designated sites, no questions asked, Saturday from 10:00 a.m.to 2:00 p.m.
  • Americans Are Stressed About The Upcoming Election

    Americans Are Stressed About The Upcoming Election

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    As election day is drawing closer, the emotions are getting high, tones are becoming uglier and finger-pointing is becoming more frequent and the more the people are listening to the coverage, the more they are becoming tired, anxious or depressed.
  • Rested No. 7 Louisville hosts Duke coming off bye week

    Rested No. 7 Louisville hosts Duke coming off bye week

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    Memphis 24, Tulane 14: At New Orleans, Darrell Henderson had two long touchdowns, one rushing and one receiving, to lead Memphis. He had a terrific 53-yard pass off his back foot to Seth Dawkins with less than two minutes remaining that got Louisville down to Duke's 6-yard line, making it look like Louisville was going to go back on top.
  • Girls Spend 160M More Hours than Boys Doing Household Chores

    Girls Spend 160M More Hours than Boys Doing Household Chores

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    The types of chores commonly undertaken by girls - preparing food, cleaning and caring for others - not only set the stage for unequal burdens later in life but can also limit girls' outlook and potential while they are still young. "So the response is to make sure that girls are able spend their time otherwise but also that infrastructure is in place that girls and women do not have to travel long distances to access water".
  • Nigeria detains judges, seizes assets in graft probe

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    The statement partly read, "While the party calls on all security agencies to respect and be guided by the rule of law in carrying out its constitutional duties, the APC finds the actions of some PDP governors and the reckless unsubstantiated allegations levelled by the PDP against President Muhammadu Buhari as the architect of the DSS raids curious and suspicious".
  • Trump looms large in New Hampshire Senate debate

    Trump looms large in New Hampshire Senate debate

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    On Monday night, Ayotte seemed to be caught off guard when asked by one of the moderators whether she saw Trump as a role model for a child. But would Ayotte tell a child to be like Trump specifically, or point to him as a role model? "I think that certainly there are many role models that we have", Ayotte answered awkwardly.
  • Teenagers 80% more likely to be depressed if on contraceptive pill

    Teenagers 80% more likely to be depressed if on contraceptive pill

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    The project, which lasted from 2000 until 2013, tracked the contraceptive and antidepressant use of over a million women aged 15 to 34. Women taking the combined pill (which has both estrogen and progestin) were 23% more likely than non-users to be prescribed an antidepressant by their doctor, while women on progestin-only pills were 34% more likely to take antidepressants.
  • Making Strides Against Breast Cancer Walk is October 2

    Making Strides Against Breast Cancer Walk is October 2

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    Physicians in Abu Dhabi recently announced that six cases of breast cancer were diagnosed since January 2016, out of 500 women who underwent breast diagnostic screenings. "Depending on the situation and the patient's choices, treatment may involve breast cancer conservation surgery or mastectomy". After being cleared in January, Potter said she looks forward to the opportunity to share her story with others who may be facing breast cancer.
  • Largo Police receive calls on creepy clown sightings

    Largo Police receive calls on creepy clown sightings

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    She was not injured in the incident, deputies said, and called her mother immediately afterward. She got scared and ran back to her house. As of late, North and South Carolina, Alabama, and Georgia have also been plagued with clown sightings, so expect many more arrests to happen in the near future.
  • England? Maybe one of these days, Wenger says

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    The legendary French manager told arsenal .com: " African players had a massive impact on my career because I always managed them right from the moment I started in the top league in France ". Keep up with the latest football updates by following ESPN FC on Twitter . 'I rule nothing out because I want to work and I want to do well. "I have fought against it for a long, long, time ".
  • Syrian monitor: Russian airstrikes killed 9300 in past year

    Syrian monitor: Russian airstrikes killed 9300 in past year

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    The US and Russian Federation have been trying to negotiate a ceasefire in the war-torn nation, but Secretary of State John Kerry said "the bombing of Aleppo right now is inexcusable", NBC news reported. Opposition activists have blamed Russian Federation for most of the recent airstrikes against rebel-held neighborhoods of east Aleppo city that have killed more than 320 civilians in the past two weeks and demolished many buildings.
  • Karnataka seeks more time to release Cauvery water

    Karnataka seeks more time to release Cauvery water

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    Both sides have been at loggerheads as the Supreme Court issued a series of orders this month directing Karnataka to release Cauvery water to Tamil Nadu. "We have issued this direction keeping in mind the deliberation that has taken place and, therefore, we think it appropriate that the state of Karnataka shall follow the order passed by us", the bench said.
  • Multi-state E. coli outbreak likely linked to beef products

    Multi-state E. coli outbreak likely linked to beef products

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    DPH has been collaborating with the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), the USDA, and other state health departments to investigate the E. At the time of the recall announcement, traceback information was available for 5 case-patients. The products affected have the number "EST". This occurs most often in young children and older adults, and is evident by easy bruising, pallor and low urine output.
  • De Bruyne a rung below Messi: Pep

    De Bruyne a rung below Messi: Pep

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    City's superb start under Guardiola continued as they won their eighth successive game in all competitions - an unprecedented feat for the club at the beginning of a season - by thrashing Bournemouth 4-0 in the Premier League on Saturday. Well, that is enough. Guardiola was keen not to see the win dismissed as easy, and in the process took aim at Man City's previous opponents, Man United being one of them.
  • FDA tentatively approves first drug for muscular dystrophy

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    Patients often die in their 20s or 30s. He asserted Woodcock was involved in the early stages of the review; she had "extensive involvement" in planning and participating in an expert panel meeting last spring; she made an initial decision last May to approve the drug before the FDA review team completed a draft review memo; and she issued a final decision memo before Unger finalized his own memo.
  • Clinton says she got dizzy but didn't pass out

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    And I could feel how hot and humid it was, I felt overheated. She said she's now taking her doctor's advice, which she previously ignored, to take some time to get over her pneumonia completely. Clinton's evening interview, in which she promised to release more information at some point, came as her campaign scrambled to head off lasting damage from a hard weekend.
  • Vitamin D supplements can cut asthma attack threat by half

    Vitamin D supplements can cut asthma attack threat by half

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    Asthma is a chronic disease that affects around 300 million people around the world, often giving symptoms of wheezing, coughing, chest tightness and shortness of breath. Dosages ranged from one to 2,000 units (the equivalent of 50 micrograms) per day - five times the 400-unit dosage recently recommended by Public Health England for all people , with or without asthma.
  • MS bumps up to 19 West Nile virus cases this year

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    The MSDH advises that the virus can causes "severe birth defects in a developing fetus - including brain damage, hearing and vision loss, and impaired gorwth - if the mother is infected during pregnancy". Consider rescheduling outdoor activities that occur during evening or early morning. Dusk / Dawn: Peak mosquitoes biting hours are dusk to dawn.
  • NHS Junior Doctors To Stage Five Days of Strikes in England

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    BOSSES at Airedale Hospital are making contingency plans to cope with a five-day strike by junior doctors this month. Niall Dickson, chief executive of the General Medical Council, said the decision by the BMA to call on doctors in training to strike represented a "serious escalation" of the dispute.
  • Minnesota obesity rates decline

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    The 2015 maps show that the proportion of adults with obesity in the United States remains high. Patrick Remington, a University of Wisconsin-Madison's School of Medicine and Public Health professor, noted Wisconsin's obesity rate technically has declined from past year when it peaked at 31.2 percent.
  • Anthony Weiner CAUGHT Mocking 'Busted' Marriage With Sext Partner

    Anthony Weiner CAUGHT Mocking 'Busted' Marriage With Sext Partner

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    Abedin also worked on Clinton's first unsuccessful bid for the White House against President Barack Obama in 2008. Additionally, she was personal aide to Clinton during her successful 2000 campaign for United States Senate. "During this hard time, I ask for respect for our privacy". Ms. Abedin's announcement followed a New York Post report late on Sunday that Mr. Weiner recently sent photos of his boxer-brief-clad genitals - one while he was in bed with their toddler son - via Twitter to ...
  • Hillary Clinton unveils comprehensive mental health plan for US

    Hillary Clinton unveils comprehensive mental health plan for US

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    He credited Trump with addressing the issue of mental health, as well, but said his plan was "lacking in details right now". Hillary Clinton unveiled her expansive plan for mental health care reform on August 29, promising federal action on issues ranging from suicide prevention to LGBT counseling to post-traumatic stress care.
  • Roche says US FDA issues Emergency Use Authorization for Zika test

    Roche says US FDA issues Emergency Use Authorization for Zika test

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    It is a preventive way for the virus to spread in the blood supply. Zika was first detected in Brazil a year ago and has since spread across the Americas. Blood testing began last month in parts of Florida after the first cases of homegrown Zika occurred in Miami. Health officials, however, don't expect widespread outbreaks to occur in the U.S.
  • Montana Adds Stein, De La Fuente to Presidential Ballot

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    San Miguel, 29, said he was still registered with the Democratic Party after caucusing for Sanders, and which Sanders overwhelmingly won in Larimer County and Colorado. She, like others, holds a rock-and-a-hard-place mentality when it comes to Trump and Clinton. Mross said it's clear American voters are ready for a change, and she wanted to hear Stein out.
  • FDA wants Zika testing expanded to all United States blood centers

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    The FDA is already testing blood in Florida and Puerto Rico. Those cases marked the first time the virus was spread by local mosquitoes on the mainland U.S. Zika has spread to 53 countries since the beginning of previous year, World Health Organization said. The mosquito that carries the Zika virus, the aedes aegypti mosquito, has been found in San Diego and in eleven other California counties, but health officials said they haven't found any cases that originated in California.
  • Teen survives rare amoeba infection that kills most people

    Teen survives rare amoeba infection that kills most people

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    Just last week, 11-year-old Hannah Collins from SC passed away after picking up the deadly infection while swimming in a river, and three years ago, in Southwest Florida, 12-year-old Zachary Reyna passed away from the brain-eating amoeba. He was vacationing in Orlando at a theme park with his family when he developed a severe and very painful headache. DeLeon tested positive for the amoeba and the race against the clock to save his life was on.
  • SLO County resident tests positive for West Nile Virus

    SLO County resident tests positive for West Nile Virus

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    No other details on the case have been released. "This is peak season in MA for possible West Nile virus infection in humans", said DPH State Public Health Veterinarian Dr. Use insect repellent with at least 10 percent DEET . Apply insect repellant containing the active ingredient DEET when outdoors, according to label instructions.
  • 3 suspected of theft, looting during Blue Cut wildfire

    3 suspected of theft, looting during Blue Cut wildfire

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    Firefighters gained more control Saturday over a savage blaze in the Southern California wilderness that's so far destroyed more than 300 homes and other structures, and blackened almost 60 square miles of land. And many evacuees were allowed to return to their homes on Friday, with more expected to return on Saturday, Pitassi said. Guerin reports that "the Southwest and the Rocky Mountains are wetter and have fewer fires than Southern California", according to Robyn Broyles from the center.
  • McDonald's to stop distributing Happy Meal activity trackers

    McDonald's to stop distributing Happy Meal activity trackers

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    The "step-it" trackers are part of a promotional campaign aimed at getting kids moving again. They, of course, have to watch what they eat when competing, but they see the fast food as a real treat, a reward they earned for hard-fought wins and they line up in droves to get it.
  • Florida Enlists Commercial Pest Control Firms in Zika Fight

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    Federal and state officials have had to shift money from other work to take on Zika, in part because Congress is on a break without having allocated any cash. This is in light of the Illinois Department of Public Health announcement last week that three pregnant Illinois women have been confirmed to be infected.
  • Zika virus detected in semen after six months: Italian study

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    Rebecca Gilman said it is Canada's second case of maternal-to-fetal transmission of the virus, which has been linked to serious birth defects that include microcephaly, where babies are born with abnormally small heads and underdeveloped brains to mothers who were infected while pregnant.
  • Rio 2016 Olympics: New Zealand stunned by Japan in men's rugby sevens

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    It marked a hugely disappointing day for New Zealand , one of the favorites for the gold medal with the path to the final now likely to prove far more hard. I am still shocked, to be honest. "As we played on, the boys started to get more confident", said Lemeki. "We had a gameplan against New Zealand: if we get penalties kick long, slow the ball down and play at our pace".
  • Ball sentenced to 60 days in jail for domestic abuse

    Ball sentenced to 60 days in jail for domestic abuse

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    The two-time All-American was sentenced to 60 days in county jail and 18 months probation seeming from the incidents in 2014 and this year. He was charged with strangulation, substantial battery and disorderly conduct. Ball was a 2013 second-round pick of the Broncos, for whom he played for two seasons before they cut ties. Ball, a Doak Walker Award victor in 2012, set several records during his career at Wisconsin, including for most career and single-season rushing touchdowns.