• Kulbhushan Jadhav not given consular access: FO
Kulbhushan Jadhav not given consular access: FO

The Pakistan foreign office spokesperson reiterated that the meeting does not mean any change in Pakistan's stance regarding Jadhav. Pakistani officials insist Jadhav has confessed before the country's military court that he was tasked by the Indian intelligence agency "to plan, coordinate and organize espionage, terrorist and sabotage activiti...

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  • David Davis backtracks on threat to quit if Damian Green is sacked
David Davis backtracks on threat to quit if Damian Green is sacked

That was then widened to examine claims that pornographic material was found on a computer in his office back in 2008, which the MP also denies viewing or downloading. "This falls short of the Seven Principles of Public Life and is a breach of the Ministerial Code - a conclusion which has been endorsed by Sir Alex Allan, the Independent Adviser on ...

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  • Virginia, Other States Face Chaos as Congress Delays CHIP Funding
Virginia, Other States Face Chaos as Congress Delays CHIP Funding

The funding provides money for CHIP through the end of March as the GOP faces criticism from Democrats who argued Republicans were prepared to leave town without extending a program that provides support for 9 million children across the country.

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  • Flu season starting in earnest
Flu season starting in earnest

The traditional flu season lasts from October through May. Officials say flu activity began earlier this season than usual. The adult flu vaccine is available at the Dallas County immunization clinic located at 2377 N. Vaccination is more important for people with weakened immune systems, as well as those who are pregnant, elderly or live wit...

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  • Health officials: 4 Oklahomans have died from the flu this season
Health officials: 4 Oklahomans have died from the flu this season

The best time to receive the influenza vaccine is in October, November and December before the peak of influenza season , as it can take two weeks to become effective. Experts say that 27 people had to be hospitalized within the last week due to the flu virus, bringing the total number of hospitalizations to 179.

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  • Broncos snap 8-game losing streak with shutout win over Jets
Broncos snap 8-game losing streak with shutout win over Jets

ABOUT THE BRONCOS (3-9): Trevor Siemian tossed three interceptions for the second time in as many starts in a 35-9 setback to Miami last week. Two plays later, Siemian threw a 20-yard touchdown pass to Demaryius Thomas who snagged it over cornerback Morris Claiborne in the right front of the end zone.

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  • 2017-18 Flu Season Is Looking Like a Bad One
2017-18 Flu Season Is Looking Like a Bad One

The best protection against the flu is the flu vaccine. And in Australia, where the winter flu season has just wrapped up, this season's vaccine was only about 10 percent effective against the H3N2 strain. "Getting the flu is an terrible experience". The number of flu vaccines given out at the Wichita Falls-Wichita County Public Healt...

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  • Eating cheese daily may help you live longer
Eating cheese daily may help you live longer

The people who had the lowest risks for heart disease and stroke were those who consumed, on average, about 40 grams a day-about the size of a matchbook. The statistics are compared to people who never or rarely ate cheese. Still, the fact that cheese benefits exist that may outweigh the negatives of saturated fat is encouraging.

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  • Willie Taggart hired as Florida State's next head coach
Willie Taggart hired as Florida State's next head coach

Senior cornerback Ty Griffin posted to Twitter the words "He gone" with a smoke puff emoji. Taggart also coached running backs at Stanford under Jim Harbaugh. Taggart spent just one season at OR following his tenure locally at the University of South Florida. When Taggart was hired by OR, he said he had three basic tenets: "Make no excuses,...

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  • Yemen rebel leader to Saudis: Let's 'turn the page'
Yemen rebel leader to Saudis: Let's 'turn the page'

Stressing that Yemen's interests lie in avoiding sedition , the Houthi leader called on citizens and tribal fighters to focus on the battle against the invading Saudi regime and stay away from any provocative acts. Three Houthi leaders have so far been killed in the clashes that began on Friday, revealed the source, while noting that there have be...

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  • Cyclone Ockhi: 165 families relocated in Kerala
Cyclone Ockhi: 165 families relocated in Kerala

Chennai: The Tamil Nadu government today requested the Centre to deploy helicopters of the Indian Navy and Coast Guard for the search and rescue of missing fishermen, mostly from Kanyakumari , in the wake of cyclone Ockhi. Palaniswami told Singh that Kanyakumari and Tirunelveli had suffered the worst damage, and detailed the relief work being c...

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  • Saudi coalition OKs resumption of United Nations flights to Yemen
Saudi coalition OKs resumption of United Nations flights to Yemen

Two days later, the Saudi-led coalition announced it would reopen the Sanaa airport and the key Port of Hodeida for humanitarian purposes the following day. That missile was intercepted near the airport in Riyadh. Iran has denied supplying the Houthis with weapons. In response, ships were ordered to leave the Red Sea ports of Hodeida and Salef, t...

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  • Turkey: 1st lady stresses ending violence against women
Turkey: 1st lady stresses ending violence against women

The worldwide community is turning attention to the violence that women and girls are dealing with on a global scale. The goal of this day is to call for global action on the cause of eliminating violence by achieving gender equality and the full empowerment of women.

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  • Ohio Dems Condemn Gov. Candidate for Boasting of Sexual Escapades
Ohio Dems Condemn Gov. Candidate for Boasting of Sexual Escapades

On his personal Facebook, O'Neill admitted to having sexual relations with about 50 women in the last 50 years. In the post, the OH gubernatorial candidate talks about being sexually intimate with "approximately 50 very attractive females", and said he was "disappointed by this national feeding frenzy about sexual indiscretions decades ago".

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  • Saudi-led airstrikes destroy air navigation system of Yemen's capital airport: spokesman
Saudi-led airstrikes destroy air navigation system of Yemen's capital airport: spokesman

The Saudi-led coalition said last week it had closed all air, land and seaports in Yemen to stem what it said was the flow of arms to the Houthis from Iran . Humanitarian agencies had been successful in preventing starvation and tackling a cholera outbreak that has sickened more than 900,000 people in six months and killed over 2,200.

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  • Trump announces pick for new Health and Human Services secretary on Twitter
Trump announces pick for new Health and Human Services secretary on Twitter

Trump's first health secretary, former U.S. Representative Tom Price, resigned in September amid a public furor over his use of expensive taxpayer-funded private charter jets for government travel. "As Mr. Azar navigates the confirmation process, HIMSS expects to work closely with him and the HHS team to ensure that health information and technolog...

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  • Bill Gates makes $100 million personal investment to fight Alzheimer's
Bill Gates makes $100 million personal investment to fight Alzheimer's

The Microsoft co-founder said Monday that the donation to the Dementia Discovery Fund is personal and not through his charitable foundation. Today more people survive cancer than die from it and with sufficient investment in dementia research we know the same tremendous progress will be possible for people and families affected by dementia too.

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  • Redskins receiver Jamison Crowder returning from injury against Vikings
Redskins receiver Jamison Crowder returning from injury against Vikings

His 36-yard touchdown catch on Sunday was the first scoring reception of his career. Case Keenum led Minnesota's offensive attack with 304 yards and four touchdown passes. In the end, I think the Vikings come away victorious and win their fifth straight game. The Minnesota Vikings may have entered Week 10 of the 2017 season with a 6-2 record,...

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  • Disneyland shuts down cooling towers after park visitors sickened with disease
Disneyland shuts down cooling towers after park visitors sickened with disease

The disease was detected in three more people who had not visited the theme park, but who either lived in or had travelled to Anaheim . No other cases of the disease have been reported since September. The towers were chemically treated to combat the problem, and there is no ongoing threat to guests' health, the Register reports. "We have pr...

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  • US Senator Paul says he suffered six broken ribs in attack
US Senator Paul says he suffered six broken ribs in attack

Boucher was released from jail on a $7,500 bond the day after the attack and ordered to stay away from the senator and his family, his neighbors for 17 years. "I appreciate all of the support from everyone", Paul posted on Twitter about last Friday's violent altercation. In a report Monday evening, The New York Times spoke with neighbors and th...

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  • This Woman Just Became The First Trans State Legislator In Virginia
This Woman Just Became The First Trans State Legislator In Virginia

As the margin of her victory became clear Tuesday night, the Post quoted Roem as saying: "This is about the people of the 13th District disregarding fear tactics, disregarding phobias. In her bio on the campaign website , Roem stated that she learned to listen to different perspectives and digest complicated policy as a reporter for the Gainesv...

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  • Meet the Transgender Americans Who Won on Election Day
Meet the Transgender Americans Who Won on Election Day

Jenkins was officially elected to the Minneapolis City Council on Tuesday, November 7th. She said she hopes to further that sort of development across more Minneapolis neighborhoods once she takes her seat on the City Council in January.

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  • Cases of the Flu confirmed in Clinton County, New York
Cases of the Flu confirmed in Clinton County, New York

Figures reveal more than 217,000 Australians had confirmed cases of the virus this year, which is more than double the previous record of just over 100,000 in 2015. Besides the elderly, other vulnerable population groups are children under 5, pregnant women and those with pre-existing medical conditions such as asthma, diabetes or heart disease.

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  • Teal Pumpkins: Trick-or-treating safety for kids with severe food allergies
Teal Pumpkins: Trick-or-treating safety for kids with severe food allergies

That's 1 out of every 13 kids who may not get to enjoy all the candy treats that this spooky holiday boasts. FARE reports the 1 in 13 children suffer from food allergies now in the United States alone. It's all part of the Teal Pumpkin Project , where houses offing non-food treats put teal pumpkins on their doorstep. Last year, almost 18,00...

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  • ICICI Bank Q2 net falls Rs 1044 cr
ICICI Bank Q2 net falls Rs 1044 cr

During the day, it dropped 9.85 per cent to Rs 299. YES Bank's non-performing assets (NPA) ratio rose more than 100 percent to 1.82 per cent of total loans, wrecked by the RBI's risk based supervision (RBS) finding a divergence or under-reporting of Rs 6,355 crore of assets which should have been classified as NPAs.

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  • Drug Take-Back Day a way to get rid of medications
Drug Take-Back Day a way to get rid of medications

The service is free and anonymous - no questions asked. Saturday, Oct. 28, is National Prescription Drug Take Back Day . The event is an effort to rid homes of potentially risky expired, unused, and unwanted prescription drugs. The Juenau Police Department states that people can dispose of prescription (controlled and non-controlled) and over-...

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  • Spain defeats Iran 3-1 in quart-finals
Spain defeats Iran 3-1 in quart-finals

Spain have never managed to capture the Federation Internationale de Football Association U-17 World Cup. Spain have failed to qualify since finishing third in 2009. Abel Ruiz put the European champions ahead in the 13th minute. César Gelabert was the creator of Spain's first two goals. Spain was happy to soak Mali's pressure and in ...

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  • NY adds vaping to smoking ban statewide
NY adds vaping to smoking ban statewide

Studies into the long-term health impact of e-cigarettes - which usually contain nicotine - are limited but of the studies that have been completed, there have been mixed results. But manufacturers have not gone quietly in the city, mounting several legal challenges arguing that e-cigs do not qualify, because technically they do not emit smoke.

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  • Bowe Bergdahl: The US treated me worse than the Taliban
Bowe Bergdahl: The US treated me worse than the Taliban

Bergdahl faces up to five years in prison on the desertion charge. During his sentencing, soldiers injured in the process of rescuing Bergdahl will speak; already Former Army Corporal Jonathan Morita has voiced his recommendation, he told reporters that Bergdahl should be dishonorably discharged and given life in prison.

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  • Gemma Collins says she might SUE the BBC after horror stage fall
Gemma Collins says she might SUE the BBC after horror stage fall

And although she posted this hilarious National Accident Helpline parody image on her Instagram account after her fall, it looks like Gemma may now actually be giving them a bell. 'I'm in total shock. She said: " Madonna done it and I done it". The BBC , they've not been in touch with any compensation or anything - or even an apology, ' she...

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  • Thousands take part in
Thousands take part in "Making Strides Against Breast Cancer" walk

Organizers estimated more than 3,000 people would run or walk at the event. October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month, and on Friday night, hundreds of people gathered for a pink-themed fundraiser. Windberg was diagnosed with breast cancer in February. Windberg said having breast cancer at 44 years old is a testament to how young someone can hav...

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  • 'Missing' journalist Zeenat Shahzadi recovered after more than 2 years
'Missing' journalist Zeenat Shahzadi recovered after more than 2 years

The first female journalist, Zeenat Shehzadi, who mysteriously went missing in Lahore in 2015, has returned home safely. In 2015, Zeenat had filed an application with the Pakistan Supreme Court's Human Rights Cell on behalf of Hamid's mother Fauzia Ansari.

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  • Maine Unemployment Still Low, Down Slightly in September
Maine Unemployment Still Low, Down Slightly in September

That's the third lowest in the state, behind Boulder and Fort Collins' 1.9 percent, according to the survey of households. Seasonally adjusted job estimates indicate total Kansas nonfarm jobs increased by 5,000 from August. Pennsylvania's civilian labor force was down 15,000 over the month to 6,414,000. Jobs were up in seven of the 11 supersector...

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  • Germany has less flying insects than 27 years ago
Germany has less flying insects than 27 years ago

But this study suggests a sharper decline than previously thought. The meticulous sampling of flying insects over so many sites and so many years yielded a dataset that is unique in the world, de Kroon told Seeker. Changes in the weather, landscape and plant variety in these areas are unable to explain this. The finding was even more ...

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  • Bulls suspend Bobby Portis 8 games after fight with teammate Nikola Mirotic
Bulls suspend Bobby Portis 8 games after fight with teammate Nikola Mirotic

Bulls forward Bobby Portis has been suspended for eight games by the Chicago Bulls after his altercation with teammate Nikola Mirotic , the team announced . He is expected to be out for the foreseeable future, league sources said. Once Portis comes back from his inevitable suspension, our models project him to average 8.9 points and 5.4 r...

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  • Talwars released from Dasana Jail
Talwars released from Dasana Jail

At the time of their release, Rajesh's brother Dinesh Talwar and the couple's lawyers Manoj Sisodia and Tanveer Ahmed Mir were present at the jail. Talwars Released Finally From Dasna Jail :- The dentist couple, Rajesh and Nupur Talwar were finally released from Dasna jail in Uttar Pradesh on Monday evening after four years.

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  • Suresh Raina pays tribute to `retiring` Ashish Nehra
Suresh Raina pays tribute to `retiring` Ashish Nehra

Nehra revealed that he had come prepared for Australia T20I series and wanted to be in the Playing XI but could not. It is my own decision. He was a budding cricketer and I thought he had the right attitude and deserved a chance. "It will help me in future too", he said. Whenever I used to train, I trained to play for India . He said his focus ...

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  • Sensitive Data on Australia's New Jets and Navy Stolen From Defense Contractor
Sensitive Data on Australia's New Jets and Navy Stolen From Defense Contractor

The data is not classified , the government said, and it doesn't know if a state was involved. Australia's admission of the damaging data breach in July 2016 was included as part of the 2017 Threat Report from the Australian Cyber Security Centre (ACSC).

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  • Battling mental health disorders and lack of support in the workplace
Battling mental health disorders and lack of support in the workplace

Every year on October 10, it's a day dedicated to raising awareness about mental health issues all around the world, including sharing tips and advice. "We are asking people to talk about mental health, but this must be matched with an ability to listen compassionately and act appropriately". "People were waiting in line for up to 45 minutes for ...

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  • Gene test to accurately predict breast cancer developed
Gene test to accurately predict breast cancer developed

After skin cancer , it's the most common cancer in women. The R.E.D. Rose Program addresses the need in our community for quality breast cancer screenings and treatment services for those who are uninsured or underinsured. Overall, 84 percent were working full-time before their diagnosis, but only half of them had paid sick leave and just 38 p...

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