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Blue Whale Challenge ban plea


Citing deaths of children in India and overseas, advocate Gurmeet Singh , the petition, sought immediate directions to restrain the internet majors from uploading any material pertaining to the Blue Whale Challenge . He also called for legal action against administrators of the lethal game, which is said to have originated in Russian Federation before spreading to other countries. Lire la suite »

NBC bans Davido, 9ice, Olamide's music videos


The federal ministry of health, via its twitter account, notified the public that the rapper had violated the 2015 tobacco act and that the video had "dangerous public health content". In 2016, just a few months after the ban of one of his songs, "Shakiti Bobo", NBC also banned "Don't Stop", a track from Olamide's fifth studio album, Eyan Mayweather, for its vulgar lyrics. Lire la suite »

Will eye damage follow the Great American Eclipse?


Steven Couch, an ophthalmologist at Washington University. "Solar retinopathy is not very common", said Dr. Jaime Membreno, an ophthalmologist at Retina Macula Specialists in Winter Park, Fla., in an email. He now has a blind spot about the size of a pea in one of his eyes. says retinal burns, or solar retinopathy, occurs with no pain. Lire la suite »

No causalities reported in Kaifiyat Express derailment: Railways DG PRO


Officials rushed to the spot to provide rescue and relief operations to the passengers. The injured passengers were rushed to a nearby hospital, NCR General Manager MC Chauhan said. The incident comes after Saturday's mishap in which at least 22 people died and over 156 injured when Haridwar-bound Kalinga Utkal Express train coming from Puri in Odisha derailed. Lire la suite »

Investor Review: Prudential PLC (PUK) Shares Under the Microscope


Shire plc (SHPG ) has been given an average price target of $228.92 from analysts, according to data collected by Finviz. Jefferies Group LLC reissued a "hold" rating and set a $206.00 price target (down previously from $216.00) on shares of Shire PLC in a research report on Wednesday, August 9th. Lire la suite »

Sowutuom stabbing: Nigerians flee Ghanaian revenge


The high commission in a statement on Monday said although there were xenophobic attacks targeted at some Nigerians in Ghana, no one was killed. " Inspector Kwabena Danso , Deputy Accra Regional Police Public Relations Officer (PRO ), said a week ago, Thompson Peter lodged a complaint at the Sowutoum Police Station that Misbau Amadu had broken into his apartment and stolen some items", Ifeanyi Chukwuemeka, a Nigerian, posted the story on social media. Lire la suite »

PDP lambastes Bello over public holiday


The PDP in the statement said rather than devote energy to pray for Mr. President, citizens should pray for God to heal Kogi State, noting that the state has lost focus, and is losing the decency of comity of serious states in the country. The Director-General, media and publicity to the state governor, Mr Kingsley Fanwo , who made this known on Sunday, said the decision was also in line with the support the people had been giving to Buhari in his efforts at correcting the ills of the past ... Lire la suite »

U2 Fans Receive Mystery "Blackout" Letters

Some eagle-eyed fans have spotted that the silhouettes appear to be Bono's son Eli and the Edge's daughter Sian who appeared on screen during the band's Joshua Tree concerts this year. Whether we'll see an announcement before or after the tour's conclusion on October 25th remains to be seen, but we'd prefer to see it sooner rather than later. Lire la suite »

2 employees shot, killed during SC bank robbery, suspect on the run

Tuesday afternoon, Horry County Deputy Coroner Michelle McSpadden identified the victims as 59-year-old Donna Major from Conway and Kathryn "Katie" Skeen, 36, from Green Sea. On Tuesday, the police department released photos of Council with long and short hair, saying he could change his hairstyle. Anyone with information on the murders or the location of Council can contact law enforcement immediately and do not approach Council. Lire la suite »

Un test sanguin pour dépister la maladie le plus tôt possible — Cancer


Détecter le cancer grâce à un simple test sanguin? Une équipe de chercheurs américains a expérimenté un test sanguin de dépistage de tumeurs cancéreuses sur un échantillon de 200 personnes. La révolution est en marche: des chercheurs américains ont mis au point un dispositif fiable capable de dépister les cancers du sein, du côlon, du poumon et de l'ovaire à un stade précoce. Lire la suite »

Nigeria's Boko Haram conflict: Huge rise in child 'human bombs'


The Islamists have for several years been using children to attack crowded markets, mosques and camps for internally displaced people in northeast Nigeria and the broader Lake Chad region. It stressed that the children used as "human bombs are, above all, victims, not perpetrators". As a result, many children who have managed to get away from captivity face rejection when they try to reintegrate into their communities, compounding their suffering. Lire la suite »

Solar eclipse occurs in North America


Jennifer West of the University of Toronto's Dunlap Institute for Astronomy and Astrophysics explains that a partial eclipse looks like a "huge bite taken out of the sun". The eclipse is expected to begin in Vancouver at around 9:40 a.m. local time, peak at 10:20 a.m., and the shadow should pass at 11:20 a.m., said Kat Kelly, a science facilitator at the centre. Lire la suite »

Siesta Doldrums: Afternoon Slump Due to Reward-response Lag


Activation of a reward-processing brain region peaks in the morning and evening and dips at 2 pm, finds a study of healthy young men. To come to this conclusion, the researchers compared activation of the brain's reward system in 16 men during a gambling task at 10am, 2pm and 7pm. Lire la suite »

City Council meeting breaks down as anger boils over


The organizers also said via social media that they were seeking to send a message to the university leadership that more advances were needed on behalf of minorities. Though the Council agreed to cover the town's Confederate statues of Robert E. Lee and Thomas "Stonewall" Jackson with black material to mourn Heather Heyer - the woman who was killed at the rally - the meeting went to chaos, according to The Daily Progress. Lire la suite »

Ekiti APC rallies in celebration of Buhari's return, calls out Fayose, PDP


They marched from Oke Iyinmi to APC secretariat, chanting various derisive and mockery songs against Governor Fayose and the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP). She said the party's candidate would emerge through the unanimous vote of party members. "So, our president is back to the country to continue with the governance of Nigeria". Lire la suite »

Katy Perry Addresses Those Orlando Bloom Rekindled Romance Rumors


But despite the love she has for Bloom, Perry said it might be hard to commit to one another given their busy schedules. "When you get older, lines get blurred", she said. Perry and Corden played a question and answer game in the livestream, and the rule was for Perry to answer a question from Corden or eat a questionable snack. Lire la suite »

Supreme Court rule on triple talaq validity on Tuesday


The Union government had supported the women-petitioner saying the practice of triple talaq has to be tested. The patriarchal practice of triple talaq in a male-dominated community is not recognised by many schools of thought, he had said and had added, "It is a bad, undesirable and sinful practice and violates constitutional guarantees of Muslim women". Lire la suite »

Dodgers' Kershaw goes 4 innings in simulated game


Kershaw told SportsNetLA that he feels ready to pitch in a major league game on Tuesday, but that's for the team to decide. How so? Well, the three-time Cy Young Award victor tacked on a fourth inning as he attempts to return from a strained lower back that landed him on the 10-day disabled list July 24. Lire la suite »

FDA Approves Novel Fixed-Dose Combo Treatment for Gout


The pill is not recommended for treatment of asymptomatic hyperuricemia. Hyperuricemia, or elevated serum uric acid levels in the blood, can lead to gout and painful flares. The FDA approval of DUZALLO was based on the clinical program supporting the ZURAMPIC (lesinurad) new drug application (NDA) and a pharmacokinetic study that evaluated the bioequivalence of the fixed-dose combination of lesinurad and allopurinol compared to co-administration of separate lesinurad and allopurinol tablets. Lire la suite »