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ISL 2017: Kerala Blasters part ways with Rene Meulensteen

ISL 2017: Kerala Blasters part ways with Rene Meulensteen

They have four draws and two losses to collect just seven points so far. "Meulensteen has resigned. The club will make an official announcement later", a Kerala Blasters official told IANS on Tuesday on condition of anonymity. The Kerala Blasters CEO Varun Tripuraneni thanked the Dutchman and said replacement would be named soon. This is not the first time that Kerala Blasters is replacing its head coach during ISL as in the second edition, Peter Taylor quit the club midway. Consulte Mais Informação

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Mike Tyson Just Broke Ground On A Marijuana Resort Called Tyson Ranch

Mike Tyson Just Broke Ground On A Marijuana Resort Called Tyson Ranch

We're told Tyson Ranch will be dedicating 20 acres of their land for cultivation facilities that "will allow master growers to have maximum control of their environment". Tyson has been a long-time, avid defender of the positive uses of marijuana and its ability to to be used as an anti-inflammatory, anticonvulsant, antioxidant and antipsychotic agent, as well as being used to treat PTSD. Consulte Mais Informação

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Popular Singer Ghazal Srinivas arrested on Sexual Harassment Charges

Popular Singer Ghazal Srinivas arrested on Sexual Harassment Charges

Based on the complaint, the singer was arrested and a case of sexual harassment was registered against him, they said. In fact, according to police, the singer was already produced before the Court for remanding. Speaking to the media, the singer maintained that he had no such bad intention towards her. Srinivas, however, has denied the allegations against him. Consulte Mais Informação

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Trolley figures at Ballinasloe hospital jump by 75 per cent

Trolley figures at Ballinasloe hospital jump by 75 per cent

Nationally, there was a six percent increase in the number of hospital patients waiting on trolleys in 2017. Overcrowding at the Midland Regional Hospitals remained largely static in 2017 compared to a year earlier. University Hospital Limerick confirmed the highest number with 8,869 patients who waited for a room, according to the Irish Times . "Under HSE policy, the joint chairs of the task force must be notified in advance of use of full capacity protocol". Consulte Mais Informação

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DEEP helps with New Year's resolutions: Take a hike!

DEEP helps with New Year's resolutions: Take a hike!

For the eighth years, state parks will host free hikes in five locations on Monday. This was the sixth year the hike has been held at the park. "We are using caution in making the decision". "Absolutely", she said. "I always want to be healthier". They stepped out in CT and at state parks across the country as part of an effort to get Americans to enjoy state parks and discover the beauty around them. Consulte Mais Informação

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10 key questions on the annual increase in rail fares

10 key questions on the annual increase in rail fares

They emerged as rail companies impose a 3.4 per cent fare rise on Tuesday - the biggest in five years . "We understand how passengers feel when rail fares are increased". "That doesn't seem fair to us or the millions of people who commute by train, especially as wages continue to stagnate". The Government uses the previous July's Retail Prices Index (RPI) measure of inflation to determine increases in regulated fares - 3.6% in 2017. Consulte Mais Informação

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Infosys Welcomes New CEO Salil Parekh From Jan 2

Infosys Welcomes New CEO Salil Parekh From Jan 2

He will be the second non-founder executive of the $10-billion firm after the exit of the first non-promoter CEO Vishal Sikka in August following a spat with its co-founders over governance issues. An engineering graduate, Parekh holds a B. Tech degree in aeronautical engineering from IIT-Bombay and Master's degrees in computer science and mechanical engineering from Cornell University in the US. Consulte Mais Informação

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Chocolate may go extinct in 40 years, says study

Chocolate may go extinct in 40 years, says study

But their most important use may be in the developing world, where numerous plants that people rely on to avoid starvation are threatened by the impacts of climate change, including more pests and a lack of water. "By and by, I'd love a tomato plant with organic product that remained on the vine longer", Doudna revealed to Business Insider. The research lab she oversees at UC Berkeley is called the Innovative Genomics Institute. Consulte Mais Informação

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Half the sugar children consume comes from unhealthy snacks and sugary drinks

Half the sugar children consume comes from unhealthy snacks and sugary drinks

Children eat an average of 3.4 snacks a day, the figures show. They can also get money-off vouchers to help them try healthier snack options, including malt loaf, lower sugar fromage frais, and drinks with no added sugar. "The true extent of children's snacking habits is greater than the odd biscuit or chocolate bar". Justine Roberts, chief executive and founder of Mumsnet, said: "The volume of sugar kids are getting from snacks and sugary drinks alone is pretty mind blowing, and it can ... Consulte Mais Informação

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Iran Confirms 10 Killed as Anti-government Protests Enter Fifth Day

Despite support from the reformist factions, supreme leader Khamenei prevailed over the protesters by declaring Ahmadinejad as President. USA ambassador to the United Nations Nikki Haley briefs the media in front of remains of what she said was an Iranian "Qiam" ballistic missile provided by the Pentagon at Joint Base Anacostia-Bolling in Washington, December 14, 2017. Consulte Mais Informação

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Diabetes drug could treat Alzheimer's

Diabetes drug could treat Alzheimer's

A diabetes drug could give new hope to Alzheimer's research , after it was found to help reverse memory loss, scientists have claimed. Alzheimer's disease is the most common cause of dementia and the numbers are expected to rise to two million people in the United Kingdom by 2051 according to Alzheimer's Society, who part- funded the research . Consulte Mais Informação

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