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Centre tells Surpeme Court that it is overstepping its boundaries

Chief Justice Dipak Misra, presiding over the Bench said, "The Constitution has given us Article 142 as the greatest "brahma astra"..." Senior advocate Harish Salve argued that the SC seeking answers from the government on PILs based on parliamentary standing panel reports would amount to the constitutional impropriety of judiciary scrutinising Parliament's work. Lire la suite »

Women in Scotland can now take the abortion pill at home

According to the Scottish Government, ministers were using an existing power available to them within Abortion Act 1967 to make the change. Scotland's Public Health Minister Aileen Campbell said the decision "allows women to be in control of their treatment and as comfortable as possible during this procedure". Lire la suite »

Fisher-Price recalls 63000 baby seats


The model number is found on the underside of the product's motor housing. Anyone who owns a recalled infant seat is urged to stop using the product immediately and contact Fisher-Price for a full refund at their website or by calling 1-800-432-5437. Lire la suite »

New CRISPR tool edits RNA to treat diseases


Another ground-breaking study reported in the journal Science showed how a new version of Crispr could be used to target and edit RNA, the molecule that carries genetic instructions to protein-making machinery in cells . RNA editors will be valuable instruments for controlling gene expression in the lab, O'Connell says. It might also be a technique to treat diseases or conditions that only require a temporary fix, such as local inflammation. Lire la suite »

AVC. Un tiers des Français n'ont pas le bon réflexe


La contraction "AVC " est connue, les Français, quel que soit leur âge, nous affirment quasiment tous qu'ils savent ce qu'est un AVC: la très grande majorité, 96% en ont "une idée " dont 64% "une idée précise " (et parmi ceux-là, 73% des personnes touchées directement ou indirectement). Lire la suite »

Is Successful Heart Surgery All in the Timing?


But afternoon patients had lower levels of heart tissue damage after surgery, compared to morning patients. "Moving surgery to the afternoon may help to reduce the risk". Researchers tracked the medical records of nearly 600 people who had heart valve replacement surgery - half had surgery in the morning, half in the afternoon - for 500 days. Lire la suite »

4-Star RB James Cook Commits to Georgia over Louisville, Others


Georgia will also have highly touted quarterback Justin Fields, a dual-threat player from Kennesaw, Ga., arriving in Athens next summer. Cook said he now will announce his college commitment at 8 p.m. The 6-foot-1, 225-pound White rates as the nation's No. 1 running back and would be counted on to bring the thunder. Cook is a dynamic play-maker in space who can line up at various spots on offense. Lire la suite »

Apple is struggling ahead of iPhone X launch


The iPhone 8 and iPhone 8 Plus pre-order period came and went without any major problems but we, and many others, expect the iPhone X launch to be a different beast. Apple should have around 2 to 3 million units on launch day. But should you buy it, or reconsider the iPhone 8 and iPhone 8 Plus? This can be a good opportunity for those who are planning to buy the anniversary edition iPhone X. Lire la suite »

Billionaire pharma founder arrested in U.S. opioid scheme


Kapoor, of Phoenix, Ariz., a current member of the Board of Directors of Insys, was arrested this morning in Arizona and charged with RICO conspiracy, as well as other felonies, including conspiracy to commit mail and wire fraud and conspiracy to violate the Anti-Kickback Law. Lire la suite »

Foie gras. Pour Noël, il faudra en acheter "plus tôt que d'habitude"


Malgré le redémarrage de la production dans certains départements français, le secteur enregistre une baisse de 22% en 2017, annonce le Comité interprofessionnel des palmipèdes à foie gras (Cifog), ce mercredi 25 octobre. Michel Fruchet se veut tout de même rassurant, la demande devrait être satisfaite pour les fêtes de fin d'année, à condition de ne pas s'y prendre à la dernière minute pour acheter son foie gras . Lire la suite »

Odd-even may return as air quality worsens: Delhi minister


Delhi government is planning to introduce the famous/infamous Odd-Even scheme and it might be as soon as this winter that we might see it making a come back that aims to restrict the number of cars in the National Capital said the Transport Minister Kailash Gahlot. Lire la suite »

United States drone strike kills 13 'IS fighters' in Yemen

The first came just over a week ago, when the U.S. military said it had killed dozens of jihadists at IS training camps in the same province. US forces repeatedly have launched drone strikes and airstrikes in al-Bayda and southeastern Shabwa province, where dozens of al-Qaida and Islamic State members are thought to be based. Lire la suite »

America to get free tacos thanks to Cameron Maybin


On Nov. 1, people can go to any Taco Bell and get a free Doritos Locos taco from 2-6 p.m. You can view more details on Taco Bell's website . Maybin, who now plays for the Houston Astros, was drafted by the Tigers with the 10 overall pick of the 2005 MLB Draft. Lire la suite »

Rai inspects preparations for Chhath Puja


Mostly people from Bihar and Uttar Pradesh use to celebrate Chhath festival as to pay obeisance to the sun. Patna District Administration has launched the mobile app "ChhathPuja Patna " for necessary information regarding Chhath Puja festival, helping devotees select ghats for Chhath Puja. Lire la suite »

Watch this customer take down attempted bank robber


A bank robber burst into the Honesdale National Bank, waving a large pistol and terrifying everyone inside. As surveillance video shows, the courageous good Samaritan didn't hesitate in stopping the robbery. A Scott Township police officer chased him through a neighborhood and caught and tackled him. His employees say they were both shocked and proud of what he did. Lire la suite »

Dell launches 'XPS 15' notebook in India


According to Dell, the XPS 15 has received 300 product awards, with a number of industry "firsts" and "bests". The XPS 15 weighs over 1.8 kilograms and is claimed to be made from a single block of aluminium for a sturdy, durable chassis in a handsome design. Lire la suite »

A daydreamer at work is likely to be creative, more intelligent


After analyzing all of the data, they found that those who reported more frequent daydreaming scored higher on intellectual and creative ability . "People with efficient brains may have too much brain capacity to stop their minds from wandering", says Eric Schumacher , an associate psychology professor from Georgia Tech and coauthor of a new study. Lire la suite »

Maina's family should be ignored - Presidency


Jonathan was reacting to Special Assistant on Media to the President, Garba Shehu that Jonathan's loyalists were responsible for the reinstament of Maina. He assured Nigerians that the Buhari government was committed to investigating Mr. Maina's reinstatement. Nigeria had been gripped by outrage over a report that the man wanted by Interpol and the nation's anti-graft agency - and until now, on the run after charges were filed against him - had been reabsorbed into the civil service under ... Lire la suite »

State Department reviewing North Korea terror sponsor request


Namibia along with other African countries were named in a United Nations report that they are still maintaining commercial relations with North Korea , which the world body said helped fund North Korea's nuclear programme. The U.N. Security council unanimously imposed new sanctions on North Korea. "These are some of the toughest sanctions ever brought forward by this body and I commend my colleagues on both sides of the aisle for supporting this bill", said Congressman Delaney. Lire la suite »

Rajinikanth 2.0 Movie Audio Launch To Be held in Dubai


Regarding the sequel question, Director Shankar said, "We haven't made 2.0 for the sake of sequel, our film will encourage 3D films in India". Makers will have the grand audio launch on October 27 at Burj Puri in Dubai and actor Kamal Hassan will grace the event with Akshay Kumar . Lire la suite »

Plague advice for South Africans as outbreak spreads in Madagascar

The other eight countries are the Comoros, Ethiopia, Kenya, Mauritius, Mozambique, France's La Réunion, the Seychelles and Tanzania. Two thirds of the cases are the pneumonic form of the disease, which can spread from person to person. Plague can be treated with antibiotics‚ and recovery is common if treatment starts early. How is it transmitted? Plague is an infectious disease caused by the bacteria Yersinia pestis, a zoonotic bacteria, usually found in small mammals and their fleas. Lire la suite »