• Yoga connecting world, says Modi as millions stretch and bend
Yoga connecting world, says Modi as millions stretch and bend

Conveying his greetings to all those who joined the Yoga Day 2017 celebrations across India and the world, Prime Minister Modi said Yoga's vast popularity outside India is high and has connected the world with India. He said that like salt ensures the well-being of the body as well as brings taste to food. Apart from fitness, wellness is import...

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  • Scalise will remain in the hospital for 'some time'
Scalise will remain in the hospital for 'some time'

Sava said Scalise remains in the Intensive Care Unit in critical condition. Despite his optimism, Sava said Scalise's condition remained critical: "He will require additional operations to manage abdominal injuries and other bone injuries.

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  • First Man Movie Adds Kyle Chandler and Corey Stoll
First Man Movie Adds Kyle Chandler and Corey Stoll

Based on James R. Hansen's 2005 book of the same name and adapted by Josh Singer ( Spotlight ), First Man is to "explore the sacrifices and the cost - on Armstrong and on the nation - of one of the most risky missions in history", according to a previous press release.

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  • Tech CEOs to Visit White House, Kushner Speaks
Tech CEOs to Visit White House, Kushner Speaks

They discussed modernizing the government's technological infrastructure, cutting fraud and government costs and improving services for taxpayers. But other companies have supported aspects of the Trump agenda. Apple CEO Tim Cook and Eric Schmidt, executive chairman of Google parent company Alphabet, were among those attending an afternoon of w...

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  • Cheering 1st day of summer? Not in Phoenix when 120 expected
Cheering 1st day of summer? Not in Phoenix when 120 expected

In addition, United had to delay one of its flights , an Embraer 175. The heat can also create issues for ground crews, where pavement temperatures can reach more 66C, life-threatening conditions if workers are exposed to it for too long.

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  • Russian Federation defeat New Zealand 2-0 in Confed Cup opener
Russian Federation defeat New Zealand 2-0 in Confed Cup opener

Russia's Fedor Smolov (c), Aleksandr Bukharov (l) and Dennis Glushakov (r) celebrate a goal against New Zealand in their Confederations Cup opening match on Saturday. Chile players had done their choreographed goal celebration routine and were moving back into position for the restart when referee Skomina signaled for a review.

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  • Thief steals famed severed toe from hotel bar
Thief steals famed severed toe from hotel bar

The hotel's posted fine for swallowing or stealing the toe is $2,500. "Stunts like this adversely affect the whole community, not just the Downtown Hotel ", he said. And this is how he pays her back? "This was our new toe, and it was a really good one", said Geri Coulbourne . "What a low life", Lee added. "In July 1980, a miner named Garry Yo...

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  • Top Money Managers on MSCI's A-Shares Inclusion
Top Money Managers on MSCI's A-Shares Inclusion

MSCI's decision to include domestic Chinese shares in its global Emerging Markets Index will have no bearing on FTSE Russell's own timeline for potential "A" share inclusion, the company's chief executive told Reuters . "I would expect that over time the onshore A-share market grows in importance not just in Asia, but globally too". All the...

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  • Florida beats Louisville to stay unbeaten at CWS
Florida beats Louisville to stay unbeaten at CWS

He worked seven innings, allowing just a single run on hits with nine strikeouts and only one walk. Florida pitchers finished with 10 strikeouts, their fifth consecutive game with 10 or more strikeouts. He struck out two in the first inning and fanned nine overall. Home-plate umpire Troy Fullwood went to the video review area and put the headset ...

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  • Numbers Of Virus-Carrying Mosquitoes Are Up In Southern US
Numbers Of Virus-Carrying Mosquitoes Are Up In Southern US

Long Beach residents can play a critical role in helping to control the spread of this mosquito population. What's particularly troubling is these mosquitoes aren't originally from California. Detecting the mosquitoes early on, before there is local transmission of the disease, will help to prevent Zika from being introduced into the community.

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  • International Yoga Day marked by millions in India
International Yoga Day marked by millions in India

On Thursday, apart from the national capital, every state would organise the International Yoga Day events at all levels. "Salt is not the sole requirement for life but without it life also can not run". Putting emphasis on wellness apart from physical fitness Modi said that Yoga is helpful for achieving wellness. To familiarise Yoga with the...

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  • Google's Project Fi Makes it Easy to Split the Bill
Google's Project Fi Makes it Easy to Split the Bill

It shows the amounts various people paid or owe as well as the full bill amount. This means the service relies not on Google's own mobile network, but on existing networks provided by carriers (Sprint, T-Mobile, and U.S. This new feature makes it much easier to use a group plan on Project Fi, especially if you've been looking to get a group plan wi...

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  • English cardinal after mosque attack: 'Repudiate hatred and violence'
English cardinal after mosque attack: 'Repudiate hatred and violence'

Osborne grew up in Weston-super-Mare, North Somerset, but public records reveal that he was born in Singapore in 1969, reported The Guardian and Daily Mirror. Osborne's neighbours in Pentwyn said that over the weekend, he had called a 12-year-old Muslim an "inbred" and was thrown out of a local pub for getting drunk, "cursing Muslims and saying h...

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  • Luanda, Angolan capital is world's most expensive city for expats
Luanda, Angolan capital is world's most expensive city for expats

Mercer's 2017 Cost of Living Survey finds Asian and European cities - particularly Hong Kong (2nd), Tokyo (3rd), Zurich, and Singapore (5th) - top the list of most expensive cities for expatriates. The third to fifth spots remained unchanged from previous year with Zurich, Tokyo and Singapore sharing the slots. Aberdeen was placed 146th, droppi...

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  • Ladakh: -25 Degree Celsius does not stop ITBP from performing Yoga
Ladakh: -25 Degree Celsius does not stop ITBP from performing Yoga

With the United Nations declaring 21st June as International Yoga Day , Yoga seems to have gone beyond the newspaper headlines, penetrating into the lives of millions of people across the globe despite their age, caste, creed and religion.

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  • South Korea's Moon Urges North Korea To Return Detainees Swiftly
South Korea's Moon Urges North Korea To Return Detainees Swiftly

His father, Fred Warmbier, said last week that he believed Otto had been fighting for months to stay alive to return to his family. North Korea must bear "heavy responsibility" for Warmbier's death, said South Korean President Moon Jae-in.

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  • Heat swings into danger zone in southwest US
Heat swings into danger zone in southwest US

A heatwave in the USA has forced the cancellations of dozens of flights as soaring temperatures bring the worst heat the southwest has experienced in years. Aside from light schedules, heat waves of this nature can be detrimental to personal health, as well. Las Vegas reached its peak of 117 Fahrenheit degrees (about 47 Celsius degrees) in ...

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  • Lawsuit filed against Whitewater Center after teen contracted deadly brain-eating amoeba
Lawsuit filed against Whitewater Center after teen contracted deadly brain-eating amoeba

Seitz died just three weeks after graduating from high school and more than a week after returning home to suburban Columbus, Ohio , from a trip that included a visit to the whitewater center about 15 miles west of Charlotte. "Our findings here are significant", Dr. Jennifer Cope, an infectious disease physician at the CDC, said at the time. T...

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  • Liberals set to table bill to remodel national security measures
Liberals set to table bill to remodel national security measures

The Liberal government introduced long-anticipated security legislation Tuesday following consultations that drew comments from tens of thousands of Canadians. The Canadian Security Establishment, the agency that collects foreign security intelligence, may now also launch counter-cyberattacks against individuals or states, whereas previously it was...

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  • Danny Ainge Claims He Never Wanted Markelle Fultz In The First Place
Danny Ainge Claims He Never Wanted Markelle Fultz In The First Place

Coverage for the National Basketball Association draft begins at 7 p.m. ET on Thursday on ESPN , with the Sixers set to pick first for the second year in a row. While the Pacers may be looking to rebuild with youth if George goes and the Raptors are in a questionable place with Kyle Lowry on the free agent market, the Wizards and Bucks are alrea...

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