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Bieber in Mumbai for his maiden concert in India


India media have been abuzz with speculation about the singer's movements while in the country and which Bollywood celebrities may or may not attend his concert and after-party. Tonight's going to be the best night of your life. Bieber and Britney now have two number one debuts apiece, while Carey has three - Fantasy, One Sweet Day, and Honey. Read More »

Amitabh Bachchan is now the WHO goodwill ambassador for Hepatitis


The actor revealed that he has been living with Hepatitis infection for more than 30 years and is now dedicated to the cause of eradicating the infection from. Its primary aim is to advocate the preventive measures and make people understand the process of early diagnosis and treatment of Hepatitis B. The decision was made public by WHO's Regional Director for South-East Asia, Poonam Khetrapal Singh. Read More »

Nurses are our superheroes - International Nurses Day 2017


Views to this effect echoed at an event organized Thursday at Shifa International Hospital in connection with International Nurses Day 2017. It is that time of year again, where we celebrate Nurses Day or Nurses Week. Talking about International Nurses Day , Di added that it was "really nice to be recognised" for all the work they do day in and day out to look after people. Read More »

'One Love': Ben & Jerry's releases new flavor inspired by Bob Marley


The new flavor combination was chosen by the family of Bob Marley, and a percentage of the profits from the new ice cream will go towards a youth empowerment program based in Jamaica. For those moments when "Them Belly Full (But We Hungry)", Ben & Jerry's now have a cure. In a world of uncertainty, there is a lot to be learned from Marley. Read More »

Telefonica, other Spanish firms caught in ransomware attack

Spain's government said on Friday a large number of companies, including telecommunications giant Telefonica, had been attacked by cyber criminals who infected computers with ransomware. Another NHS Trust in Derbyshire tweeted: "We are aware of a major IT secure system attack". Several individual British health service trusts, each responsible for several hospitals, reported problems with their computer systems. Read More »

Congo reports a single confirmed case of Ebola, UN says

The fever is associated with vomiting and blood loss, and kills around half of all the people it infects . Ebola caused alarm around the world in 2013 when the world's worst outbreak began in West Africa - killing more than 11,300 people and infecting an estimated 28,600 as it swept through Liberia, Guinea and Sierra Leone. Read More »

Ref labelled 'weak and naive' by Mourinho in charge of EL final


I don't think the board feels like that. "So I don't think that way, but if I was on your side, in your chair... yeah [it's fair]. We lose a very important player for the final and we don't have many". Mourinho's unbeaten run from October to May was more of a jog, clogged by draws against teams who once considered themselves beaten in Old Trafford's tunnel. Read More »

Spain says several firms hit by cyberattacks

It said it had activated the necessary measures but gave no further details. Spain is the latest nation to warn of a global surge in ransomware. Portugal Telecom was also hit by a cyber attack but no services were impacted, a spokeswoman for the company said. Read More »

B-Town Celebs Dress Up For Justin Bieber's Mumbai Concert


With the worldwide singing sensation Justin Bieber taking centre-stage at the DY Patil Stadium in Mumbai , it's the turnout of the who's who of Bollywood that has been making waves on the social media. We've arranged sightseeing and a Maharaja sit-down dinner with different flavors of India because he loves Indian food. The security was beefed up for the concert and for the artiste. Read More »

Blame game heats up as budget work hits a standstill


Mark Dayton are now engaged in a prequel. Talks broke down earlier in the week and Republicans chose to proceed without Dayton's blessing and pass their budget bills, which the governor said he'd veto. Last-minute deals and a flurry of final votes are standard practice at the Capitol during the biennial task of setting a new budget. "All we are asking is for the governor to take a step back from his rigid stance on this so we can work with landowners to reach a sensible compromise and a ... Read More »

OPKO Health reports 1Q loss

This change led market cap to move at $3.90B, putting the price -42.39% below the 52-week high and -1.55% above the 52-week low. Opko Health has a 12 month low of $6.85 and a 12 month high of $12.15. The stock has Return on Assets (ROA) of -0.9 percent. The firm had revenue of $296.10 million during the quarter, compared to analysts' expectations of $313.36 million. Read More »

How Not To Be Offensive On Cinco De Mayo


Former president Obama had hosted his Cinco de Mayo festivity each and every year during his presidency. In our column Don't Do It Girl , Ella Cerón explores why appropriating Cinco de Mayo is - now more than ever - a awful idea. after President Franklin Roosevelt enacted the "Good Neighbor Policy" in 1933 to improve relations with Latin American countries. My concern lives squarely with the people who use Cinco de Mayo as an excuse to appropriate a culture or define it by harmful ... Read More »

Trump just conceded he was lying about why he fired Comey

USA intelligence agencies concluded that Russian President Vladimir Putin ordered an effort to disrupt the election that included hacking into Democratic Party emails and leaking them, with the aim of helping Trump. "For many people, including myself, it is hard to avoid the conclusion that the president's decision to remove director Comey was related to [the FBI's Russia] investigation". Read More »

Texas House OKs giving adoption agencies 'religious refusal'


Another Austin Democrat, Donna Howard , asked Frank if there was a provision in the bill requiring adoption agencies to report when they invoke their "sincerely held religious beliefs"; he said there wasn't and that state lawmakers would be better notified of those decisions by their constituents than any kind of report. Read More »

S Korea's new president 'would visit Pyongyang'

As he took the oath of office Wednesday, Moon said he was open to visiting Pyongyang under the right conditions to discuss its nuclear programme. In a veiled threat, Mr Moon warned North Korea must stop making provocations before tensions over the deployment the USA antimissile system THAAD can be resolved. Read More »

Real Estate Investors (LON:RLE) Analyst Target Changes


T_REI's profit would be $132.47M giving it 15.68 P/E if the $0.41 EPS is correct. The legal version of this piece of content can be accessed at Read More »

Union home secy to visit JK, take stock of situation


Mufti said she wanted to put her appreciation on record and urged the doctors "to carry back the message of love and peace" from the Valley. "They have to pinch themselves to believe that they are in the same place called Kashmir which television is talking about they make it seem so risky", Mehboooba said. Read More »

China Faces Pressure To Consider North Korea Oil Embargo

In a jarring report released Friday by state news outlet Korean Central News Agency (KCNA), North Korea accused the United States and South Korea of attempting to assassinate Kim Jong Un with a biochemical weapon. Under former leader Kim Jong Il and now his son Kim Jong Un , North Korea has been doing what it wants to do, all the while promising to do something else. Read More »

Rise in sushi popularity linked to rise in people getting parasitic worms


It comes after doctors in Portugal treated a 32-year-old man who was found to have larvae from a parasite attached to his gut lining. He had been suffering stomach pain, vomiting and fever for a week. Larvae of anisakis, a white string-like parasite 2 to 3 centimetres long, are frequently found in species like mackerel, bonito, salmon, squid and Pacific saury. Read More »

Lung cancer drug has 'encouraging' results


U.S. regulators earlier this month approved durvalumab as a treatment for bladder cancer, marking the first commercial green light for the product. He added that AstraZeneca is looking forward to working with regulatory authorities around the world to bring Imfinzi to patients "as soon as possible". Read More »

Labour manifesto leaker did us a favour, says Corbyn ally

With less than a month to go before the June 8 election, Labour is lagging Prime Minister Theresa May's Conservatives by about 20 points. "Our manifesto will be an offer, and I believe the policies in it are very popular, an offer that will transform the lives of many people in our society", he told the BBC . Read More »

Combine still has value even if top NBA prospects skip it

I knew that. And I knew that you don't need to (bench-press) to lift a basketball up. "Last year was a great experience for me and this year has been even better". I didn't want to be a weightlifter. Durant was more blunt in his take on the combine. But he's still skeptical about the value of those drills. Read More »

Energy chief says hole has been filled at nuclear waste site


The Energy Department says no one was injured in the collapse and no radiation has been released. How those plans will proceed now that the tunnel has been breached remains unclear. It was originally created to hold rail cars for carrying equipment for use in processing plutonium, and some of those contaminated cars are still in the sealed tunnels. Read More »