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Filed on behalf of displaced Kashmiris, the petition sought the transfer of the cases to outside the state and a reinvestigation into the criminal cases. When the counsel said that Kashmiri Pandits were forced to leave the Valley and could not join the subsequent investigations, Chief Justice Khehar observed, "If you are so badly treated, you should have come to the court then".
  • ICRC Says Yemen Cholera Cases Will Double

    ICRC Says Yemen Cholera Cases Will Double

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    The ICRC expects the cholera crisis to infect one in every 45 Yemenis by the end of the year, as less than 45 per cent of Yemen's medical facilities are operational. Less than half of the country's medical facilities are now functional. Ghebreyesus thanked "the dedication of the staff and the organisation's team for their work in light of the hard challenges that Yemen is going through."Yesterday, Ghebreyesus, UNICEF Executive Director Anthony Lake and WFP Executive Director David ...
  • New UEA study proves dog walking benefits physical health in old age

    New UEA study proves dog walking benefits physical health in old age

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    The total average time spent sitting down each day by the study participants was exactly 667 minutes which amounts to a whopping 11 hours of sedentary life daily. In the United Kingdom, it is estimated less than half of older adults engage in the recommended weekly quota of at least 150 minutes of moderate intensity physical activity.
  • Scientists report a rare case of HIV remission

    Scientists report a rare case of HIV remission

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    Fauci described the child as being in "remission" rather than being cured. Since 2010, AIDS-related deaths there have declined by 42 per cent and new HIV infections by 29 per cent, including a 56 per cent drop in new infections among children over that period - a remarkable achievement of HIV treatment and prevention efforts aimed at putting that region on track towards ending its AIDS epidemic.
  • Deadly Salmonella Outbreak Linked to Papayas

    Deadly Salmonella Outbreak Linked to Papayas

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    The CDC also asks that restaurants avoid serving the fruit and that stores refrain from selling them. Among those reporting illness, symptoms began between May 17 and June 28. According to the CDC about 1.2 million people are infected with salmonella in the United States each year. Of course, if you're in doubt or the place you bought it from doesn't know, it's best to throw it out.
  • Study Shows Money Can Bring Happiness

    Study Shows Money Can Bring Happiness

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    People who spend their cash on things like housekeeping, ubers and taxis or delivery services are happier than those who spend their money on material items, according to the research. Also, the participants had to rate their life satisfaction. Researchers surveyed over 6000 people in four countries, giving them $50 for two weeks.
  • Invitations to set up stall to girl fined for selling lemonade

    Invitations to set up stall to girl fined for selling lemonade

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    In a freaky incident of following rules strictly a five-year-old girl was reduced to tears after being fined £150 which is around Rs. 12,500 for running a lemonade stall to passersby in east London, United Kingdom. "My daughter sobbed all the way", he recalled. "The fine will be cancelled immediately and we have contacted Mr Spicer and his daughter to apologise".
  • 1st LD Writethru: 3 killed, 9 injured in building collapse in India

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    At least 14 fire engines, rescue vans and ambulances, besides teams of the state disaster management force, have rushed to the site. Seven people have died and about 40 people are suspected to be trapped inside after a four storeyed building collapsed in Ghatkopar and we received a distress call at around 10:43 AM.
  • Cherished 20-Year-Old Talkeetna Furry Mayor Stubbs Passes

    Cherished 20-Year-Old Talkeetna Furry Mayor Stubbs Passes

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    Stubbs the cat passed away in the overnight hours between Thursday and Friday, according to his owners. Stubbs served as the town's unofficial mayor since 1997. But even a punctured lung, fractured sternum and deep lacerations couldn't keep him from his duties. However, he recovered soon and resumed all his mayoral responsibilities.
  • Horse euthanized due to West Nile Virus infection

    Horse euthanized due to West Nile Virus infection

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    The MSDH only reports laboratory-confirmed cases to the public. So far this year cases have been reported in Covington, Forrest (2), Hinds (3), Humphreys, Leflore, Perry and Rankin counties. The best way to protect yourself from West Nile is to prevent mosquito bites. Otherwise, take extra care to use repellent and protective clothing. Limit outdoor activities at dusk and dawn, when mosquitoes that carry West Nile virus are most active.
  • NY squirrel attacks five in Brooklyn's Prospect Park — BBCI

    NY squirrel attacks five in Brooklyn's Prospect Park — BBCI

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    Health commissioner Dr. Mary Basset said in a statement that most squirrel bites occur when someone tries to feed an animal. While it is rare that squirrels would contract rabies, it is assumed that is the cause for the crazed behavior of the tiny culprit that bit several people from July 18 to July 20 .
  • Sex overtakes drug use as main cause of HIV infection

    Sex overtakes drug use as main cause of HIV infection

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    The current child was assigned to the group of 143 infants who received early ART for 40 weeks. In May, Trump released his administration's detailed budget for the year 2017-2018 which revealed the massive cuts proposed by the administration including many programs that are essential for the treatment and prevention of HIV/AIDS and STDs.