• IPL 2018: DD vs KXIP Preview
IPL 2018: DD vs KXIP Preview

Bruised and battered after a string of defeats, Delhi find themselves in an "oh-so-familiar" situation as they seek home comfort against Punjab in the T20 2018 here tonight. The live match DD vs KXIP live streaming is also available on JioTV and Hotstar. Hence it is predicted that Kings XI Punjab will win this match against Delhi Daredevils .

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  • Palestinians killed by Israeli gunfire
Palestinians killed by Israeli gunfire

However, Israeli Ambassador to the UN Danny Danon called on the global body to condemn Hamas's use of children as a cover for their terror activities. Before Friday, 28 Palestinian protesters had been killed and hundreds wounded by Israeli army fire from across the border fence since the protests began in late March.

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  • Supreme Court website may have been hacked
Supreme Court website may have been hacked

Most Indians, including those in the BJP, instinctively understand the truth about Amit Shah . Justice Loya mysteriously died in 2014 while a case pertaining to the fake encounter killing of Sohrabuddin Sheikh was pending in the CBI court in which BJP president Amit Shah was an accused.

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  • Eagles host Falcons in season opener, travel to London in Week 8
Eagles host Falcons in season opener, travel to London in Week 8

The Titans are scheduled to play the New York Jets, New England Patriots , Philadelphia Eagles, Washington Redskins, Baltimore Ravens, Jacksonville Jaguars , Houston Texans and Indianapolis Colts at Nissan Stadium in 2018. The Rams-Chiefs game at Estadio Azteca will be the league's second Monday night contest in Mexico City. It had been rumored...

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  • Puerto Rico to sever relationship with contractor after island-wide power outage
Puerto Rico to sever relationship with contractor after island-wide power outage

Justo González, an executive deputy director of the power authority, said Wednesday that the blackout was caused by a private contractor when a bulldozer downed a transmission line while trying to remove a collapsed tower. "This is all very worrisome, obviously, as we approach another hurricane season", said Cathy Kunkel, an energy analyst with...

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  • Inmates Killed, 17 More Injured, in South Carolina Prison Violence
Inmates Killed, 17 More Injured, in South Carolina Prison Violence

Teams entered the first dorm at 11:30 p.m., the second dorm at 12:30 am. and the last dorm at 2 a.m. S.C. House Democrats Tuesday called for an investigation into the S.C. Lee County EMS personnel are also responding, according to a source. As of April 16 at midnight, the SCDC website accounts for 1,266 inmates at Lee Correctional Institution.

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  • Officials warn of severe thunderstorms Sunday night
Officials warn of severe thunderstorms Sunday night

We can expect the storm to roll through Central Florida between 3 p.m. and 8 p.m. "That's coming this week as well - potential for storms and maybe severe Friday with a cold front coming through". Much warmer by Wednesday with highs in the mid and upper 70s. In addition to the severe weather alerts we provide, you can also view our interactive r...

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  • Even One Drink A Day Could Shorten Life Expectancy
Even One Drink A Day Could Shorten Life Expectancy

About half the people in the study reported drinking more than 100 grams of alcohol per week, and 8 percent drank more than 350 grams (12 ounces) per week. The really heaviest drinkes out there might lose as many years of life as a smoker (ten years lost), the researchers say. In the new study, published yesterday (April 12) in the journal The...

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  • Tokyo, Seoul at odds regarding abduction issue in N. Korea talks
Tokyo, Seoul at odds regarding abduction issue in N. Korea talks

North Korea acknowledged in 2002 that it had abducted 13 Japanese. Trump has agreed to meet Kim to discuss denuclearisation as soon as next month, though no venue or specific date is agreed. The festival is held in Pyongyang as part of the commemorations for the anniversary of the birth of the North's founder Kim Il Sung on April 15, 1912.

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  • Trump warns Russia: Missiles 'will be coming' to Syria
Trump warns Russia: Missiles 'will be coming' to Syria

All of this comes after President Trump tweeted Sunday that "Russia and Iran" were responsible for the chemical attack and wared there would be a big price to pay. Russian Federation had proposed setting up an investigative panel under rules that would have required Security Council approval of its findings - a measure the West charged would co...

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  • Stunned Barcelona captain Iniesta: This could be my last Champions League game
Stunned Barcelona captain Iniesta: This could be my last Champions League game

The 3-0 defeat at the hands of Roma means there won't be a happy ending in Kiev for Iniesta if he does decide to leave Barcelona at the end of this season. It's a big disappointment because of the season we were having. "On Saturday we have another match to play and we have to give our best to try to win the titles that are still achievable".

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  • NY Officials Denounce Trump 2020 Census Immigration Question
NY Officials Denounce Trump 2020 Census Immigration Question

Critics say the current survey is adequate for that objective, and the citizenship question will just end up undermining the decennial census , especially among minority and immigrant populations. However, as Billy Corriher noted in an article for Facing South , experts say that while "the new question will not help enforce the VRA, it could le...

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  • Saudi-led airstrike kills 14 in Yemen
Saudi-led airstrike kills 14 in Yemen

Guterres said he saw "positive perspectives" for preparing a plan of action "to lead to an effective inter-Yemeni dialogue able to achieve a political solution, with of course the involvement of all those that are relevant in this conflict".

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  • 2 in IL dead after using fake pot; 56 cases reported statewide
2 in IL dead after using fake pot; 56 cases reported statewide

Synthetic marijuana , more commonly called by its aforementioned colloquial terms, has been found to be highly risky. Per CNN , the over 50 cases all involve hospitalizations in and around Chicago, where complaints have ranged from bloody noses to bloody coughs, blood in urine and other startling symptoms .

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  • Texas woman gets jail time for voting despite ineligibility
Texas woman gets jail time for voting despite ineligibility

She went on to admit the mistakes she did make. She told the newspaper a year ago following her indictment that she had gone to vote at her mother's encouragement and wasn't told when released from federal prison that she could not cast a ballot.

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  • Zlatan shines on MLS debut
Zlatan shines on MLS debut

Ibrahimovic, who only arrived in California on Thursday and had not played since December, admitted he felt exhausted from his match-winning 20-minute cameo after coming on as a substitute in the second half. "I said before I came here in Manchester with the Galaxy people, that I would make the fans enjoy me". Vela scored in the 5th minute, curli...

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  • Pennsylvania flu cases bump upward as 'B strain' circulates
Pennsylvania flu cases bump upward as 'B strain' circulates

Saphier noted that Influenza B is more effective when it comes to the flu vaccine so people who have received a flu shot will likely to be more protected from Influenza B than they would from Influenza A. "We also know that influenza B tends to be more severe for younger children". New cases of all strains of the flu have decreased. "Well, you ...

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  • Michigan Basketball wins ugly against Florida, but is headed to Final Four
Michigan Basketball wins ugly against Florida, but is headed to Final Four

Duncan Robinson had only seven points but his three-pointer from the corner gave MI a 10-point lead with 2:24 to play and his two free throws with 21 seconds left gave the Wolverines a four-point cushion. It's why MI freshman Jordan Poole was counted on to hit a game-winning shot against Houston in the second round, and why he finished scorele...

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  • Time is now to address gun violence problem
Time is now to address gun violence problem

On the other side of the debate, gun rights advocates cite constitutional guarantees of the right to bear arms. We must also institute universal background checks, ban bump stocks and high-capacity magazines, prevent straw purchases, close gun-show loopholes and institute no-buy lists for domestic abusers and suspected terrorists.

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  • Fight against TB goes beyond treatment of the disease
Fight against TB goes beyond treatment of the disease

Today, President and PM have also come out to address the issue of Tuberculosis in India., urging it to stop by 2050. "While TB is highly contagious, it is also entirely preventable and curable", says Dr Shin.More than 95 per cent of TB cases and deaths in the world are in developing countries, with 45 per cent of new cases in Asia, according t...

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  • 'Race 3': Meet gun-blazing beauty Jessica aka Jacqueline Fernandez
'Race 3': Meet gun-blazing beauty Jessica aka Jacqueline Fernandez

Salman referred to the actress as a' Raw' power thereby giving a hint to her onscreen character. The actress will be seen in a much edgier and power packed avatar as Jessica for Race 3 . Race 3 is produced by Salman Khan Films and Taurani under Tips Films. To make her character interesting and realistic, the actress learned martial arts for ...

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  • Kitty Hawk unveils Cora aircraft for eVTOL air taxi market
Kitty Hawk unveils Cora aircraft for eVTOL air taxi market

Kitty Hawk's operations in New Zealand, however, are being led by Zephyr Networks, whose chief executive is Fred Reid, founding CEO of Virgin America. "I have had the privilege of seeing the self-piloted air taxi and I am very excited about what it offers for future generations - to live and move in a way that has never been possible before".

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  • Malfunction Leads to Loss of Frozen Eggs, Embryos
Malfunction Leads to Loss of Frozen Eggs, Embryos

The equipment reportedly failed last month due to which the temperature inside the refrigerator storing the eggs became warmer than it should. Patti DePompei, president of University Hospitals Rainbow Babies and Children's Hospital and MacDonald Women's Hospital, called the situation "absolutely devastating".

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  • Martin Shkreli's Lawyer: Sometimes I Want to Punch Him in the Face
Martin Shkreli's Lawyer: Sometimes I Want to Punch Him in the Face

The 34-year-old was convicted in August of lying to investors in his hedge funds and manipulating shares in Retrophin Inc. His attorney argued that he deserved 18 months or less and shouldn't be punished for being outspoken. But she did say his conduct after the verdict made her doubt the sincerity of his remorse. In 2015 , Turing acquired...

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  • 23andMe Granted FDA-Approval for Genetic Test on Cancer Risk
23andMe Granted FDA-Approval for Genetic Test on Cancer Risk

The test looks for three mutations. The agency stressed that this test should not be used as a replacement for a visit to the doctor for cancer screenings or counseling on genetic and lifestyle factors that can increase or decrease cancer risk.

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