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India look to maintain winning record against Kyrgyzstan


The "White Falcons" though grabbed an all-important win against Macau in their AFC Asian Cup qualifying round opener that sees them sitting on top of Group A along with India . Nonetheless, the same defence of Narayan Das, Pritam Kotal, Sandesh Jhingan and Anas Edathodika are expected to start at the back for the Blue Tigers . Lire la suite »

Israel mulls closing Al Jazeera bureau in Jerusalem al-Quds


Al-Jazeera, one of the largest news organizations in the world, has always been a source of conflict between Qatar and its neighbors, who accuse the broadcaster of bias and fomenting trouble in the region. But you really needn't look past the About Us section on their website, which lists the different Al Jizz offices. Amid the threats that Israel wants to shut down Al Jazeera's office in the Jewish state, the Qatar-based cable network's Jerusalem bureau chief, Walid al-Omari, talks ... Lire la suite »

Sewage Treatment Equipments market Production and Consumption Research Report 2017

Apart from the usual information about the Global Smart Sensor industry and its statistics, the report contains an in-depth analysis and forecast of the market for the forecast period of 2017 up to 2022. This study also provides key insights about market drivers, restraints, opportunities, new product launches, approvals, regional outlook, and competitive strategies adopted by the leading players. Lire la suite »

Indonesia, Malaysia, Philippines to join forces vs militants

In Marawi City, troops raised the Philippine flag to mark Independence Day Monday in a tearful ceremony dedicated to the scores killed in the conflict. "The Philippines is open to assistance from other countries if they offer it". The raid pre-empted a plot by about 500 gunmen waving Islamic State group-style black flags to capture all of Marawi and kill as many Christians as they could, military officials say. Lire la suite »

Family connection warning over prostate cancer risk


One in every eight British men will develop the disease in their lifetime, a figure that rises to one in four among black men. But if the disease is diagnosed late this survival rate drops to just 22 per cent. NINE in ten Global Positioning System are failing to ask men if they have a family history of prostate cancer, despite them facing an increased risk, a study found. Lire la suite »

Hawaii will stick with Paris climate accord, ignore President Trump's exit

The bills' signage came with the support of four Hawaiian county mayors, who have joined hundreds of other mayors across the USA in signing a commitment agreement. "Climate change is real, regardless of what others say". To conclude, while the US pull out would negatively impacts the global fight against climate disturbances in the short run, all indications from other major nations point that the collective fight is on and there is no going back on Paris deal. Lire la suite »

The Internet Is Understandably Horrified by This 'Hairy Chest' Swimsuit


However, retailer Beloved Shirts has taken the trend to hair-rising heights with its Sexy Chest One Piece Swimsuit , which is actually a swimsuit screen printed with a chest hair on it. And if you are more into the inside of the body, the company also offers a " Human Anatomy " one-piece swimsuit. It's swimsuit season and if you're on the market for a show-stopping new look, we've just seen the one piece to end all one pieces. Lire la suite »

Vegetarian diets are better for losing weight than low-cal diets


According to the researchers, muscle fat is an important factor in glucose and lipid (fat) metabolism and can be a major contributor to metabolic syndrome. Both diets were found to cause a similar reduction in subcutaneous fat (under the skin). A vegetarian diet means higher consumption of fiber, essential nutrients like vitamin A, vitamin C, and magnesium, unsaturated fats, and numerous phytochemicals. Lire la suite »

Election debacle leaves United Kingdom government in a minority

Donald Tusk, the former Polish premier who will oversee the process as chair of European Union national leaders' summits, also stressed there was "no time to lose" and a need for London and Brussels to cooperate to minimise disruption for people, businesses and governments across Europe when Britain walks out in 22 months. Lire la suite »

Florida confirms first cases of H3N2 'dog flu' in state


The virus is reportedly highly contagious and has already affected seven dogs in Florida. There is no evidence that canine influenza virus infects people, the agency said in a release . At Blanche Park in Coconut Grove, dog owner Leticia Kontoroff suggested that might be why it was unusually quiet for her Mastiff-Labrador mix Leo, who was the only pet there. Lire la suite »

MVP Durant, Curry lead Warriors to NBA title

Path to Finals: Won Pacific Division; Beat Portland 4-0 in Western Conference quarter-finals; beat Utah 4-0 in conference semi-finals; beat San Antonio 4-0 in conference final; beat Cleveland 4-1 in NBA Finals . Iguodala, victor of Finals MVP in 2015 for his efforts in keeping LeBron James in check, again rose to the occasion when it counted and was extremely impressive on both ends of the court in the decisive game five, showing a spring in his step belying that of a 33-year-old as he ... Lire la suite »

World No Tobacco Day today


Tobacco smoke emissions contribute thousands of tons of human carcinogens, toxicants, and greenhouse gases to the environment. The campaign aims to demonstrate the threats that the tobacco industry poses to sustainable development, including the health and economic well-being of citizens in all countries. Lire la suite »

Tech stocks hammered by 'correction'

Europe's tech index fell 3.1 percent, leading sectoral losers in Europe and on track for its biggest one day loss since the post Brexit sell-off in June previous year. A survey from one of the UK's biggest business groups showed confidence had been hit hard by the uncertainty left by the election ahead of the start of Brexit negotiations with the European Union next week. Lire la suite »

Losses for Scottish nationalists


Numerous votes her party lost on Thursday went to the Scottish Conservatives , the Labour Party and the Liberal Democrats , all of whom have indicated an unwillingness to support another referendum. In the early hours of Friday morning, Sturgeon said that the poor results meant that she would need to "reflect" on the appetite for a referendum. Davidson credits her "outsider's eye" for being able to overhaul the Scottish party after winning the leadership in 2011, and an ability to call a ... Lire la suite »

British PM says she takes responsibility for election result


Speaking on Good Morning Britain, Mr Brady said the overriding mood within the Conservative Party was one of realism and recognising they had not got the result they wanted. On June 19, the Queen, in traditional state coach and full regalia, will travel from Buckingham Palace to Parliament to unveil the new government's legislative agenda. Lire la suite »

Suspect arrested after shots fired on I-80

Get the news that matters most to you sent to you as it happens. No one was injured, but the auto was hit by at least one bullet, Thomas said. The Nebraska State Patrol reported Sunday that it had arrested a 48-year-old man on charges of assault with a deadly weapon, being a prohibited person in possession of a firearm, false reporting and possession of forged documents. Lire la suite »

Indulgent names make vegetables more appealing


Diners think of healthy foods as less filling and generally not as fun to eat as, say, chocolate cake. Each time a dish was served, the researchers randomly selected one of four descriptions for the dish: a basic description, a "healthy restrictive" description, a "healthy positive" one and an indulgent one. Lire la suite »

Michael Gove says Government will 'work with everyone' on Brexit

The shock vote saw May lose her overall majority and she has been forced to turn to Northern Ireland's Democratic Unionist Party to govern. Less than a year after sacking him, the Prime Minister said that Mr Gove would be the new Environment Secretary as she carried out a limited reshuffle of her top team. Lire la suite »

Trump travel ban dealt another blow, faces high court next

Hawaii Attorney General Douglas Chin talks about a US appeals court decision on President Donald Trump's revised travel ban Monday, June 12, 2017 in Honolulu. Defenders of the travel ban expressed concern with Trump's tweets ahead of the 9th Circuit's ruling . "Judge Richard Paez asked [acting Solicitor General Jeffrey] Wall what separates Trump's executive order from the World War II-era mass imprisonment of Japanese-Americans, which was also initiated by an executive order from ... Lire la suite »

Northern Ireland pact bad for peace and UK voters

Her only chance of an overall working majority is with the Democratic Unionist Party (DUP ), a fringe political party in Northern Ireland , which is demanding a package of measures on finance in return for support in Parliament. On Monday afternoon, Theresa May will meet with the 1922 Committee, a parliamentary group that comprises Conservative backbenchers - a term which applies to any lawmaker who sits behind Cabinet ministers on the government's front bench in the House of ... Lire la suite »