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Hope we all work for Delhi, says Kejriwal after chat with Baijal

A 1969-batch India Administrative Service officer of the Union Territories cadre, Baijal was removed as union home secretary when the UPA government assumed power in May 2004, media reported. We will sit and talk and you will come to know whether relations have improved or not". In the last few months, a lot of work was stalled. A former vice-chairman of the Delhi Development Authority, Mr Baijal was involved with the designing and roll-out of Rs 60,000 crore Jawaharlal Nehru National Urban ... Read More

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TODAY'S FORECAST: Cloudy, chance of rain and snow showers

TODAY'S FORECAST: Cloudy, chance of rain and snow showers

Chance of precipitation is 100 percent. Sunday Night A chance of rain and thunderstormsbefore 9pm, then a chance ofrain between 9pm and midnight.Mostly cloudy, with a low around28. Partly sunny, with a high near 73. Eastsoutheast wind 5 to 9 mph. Christmas Day Rain, withthunderstorms also possible after noon. Mostly cloudy, with a low around 36. Read More

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Four FDNY FFs, 17 Civilians Hurt in High-Rise Fire

Four FDNY FFs, 17 Civilians Hurt in High-Rise Fire

In a statement given to the New York Daily News , fire officials said that some residents of the apartment building were trapped on upper floors and the roof temporarily, as the fire raged. Santoro said that he and the other people in his apartment were advised to stay where they were. Firefighters continued to search the building after putting out the fire, as people were reported to be trapped, according to WPIX. Read More

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Photo of a kid being adopted goes viral

Photo of a kid being adopted goes viral

It has been retweeted more than 50,000 times and has more than 130,000 likes. Whereas he had cried a lot and been shy to begin with, she said that Michael had changed during the time he had spent with them. He was originally supposed to be reunited with his biological mother but was put up for adoption while in foster care. "This photo is the definition of his personality", Tara explains. Read More

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Lions, Cowboys chase division titles in Stafford homecoming

Lions, Cowboys chase division titles in Stafford homecoming

This is the final game of Week 16, and features two teams that are in the postseason picture. When going to make a tackle on Lions tight end Eric Ebron , Jenkins took a knee to his back, which resulted in him leaving the game. He broke the rookie rushing record and has bailed out Prescott a few times when he's struggled. Due to the Giants playing on a short week, it's hard to imagine that Jenkins will play against the Philadelphia Eagles . Read More

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Pennsylvania teen was killed, mother is jailed, report says

Grace Packer's body was found on October 31st along an isolated road in Bear Creek Township, Luzerne County. Grace Packer's mother reported her missing July 11 from her home in Abington Township, Montgomery County. Her mother reported her missing a week later, but never followed up on a promise to drop off photos of the girl, police said. Sara Packer remains imprisoned at the Montgomery County Correctional Facility in lieu of $10,000 bail. Read More

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Students agitation disrupts normal functioning of IIT-K

Students agitation disrupts normal functioning of IIT-K

The students have been protesting for over 24 hours at India's elite institution after they were informed of a 20% hike in hostel fees even before the GST comes into place. "We all wanted to go and share our concern over fee hike with him", he added. "Within that small amount we have to manage our food and other living expenses also", said a PhD student. Read More

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Texas cuts Planned Parenthood from Medicaid funding

Texas cuts Planned Parenthood from Medicaid funding

At the time , it was thought that Planned Parenthood affiliates would be cut from the Medicaid program as early as December 8, 2015. Greg Abbot and state officials first began their pursuit to end Medicaid funding for Planned Parenthood a year ago when controversial undercover videos emerged in which it appears the organization's officials discussed "harvesting" fetal tissue from abortion procedures. Read More

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Fewer deaths and complications with female physicians?

Fewer deaths and complications with female physicians?

In an accompanying editorial , Anna Parks, MD and Rita Redberg, MD, MSc, noted that salaries for female academic physicians are about $19,879 lower, or 8.0% less than those of male colleagues. Chan School of Public Health. Female physicians now account for approximately one third of doctors in the United States, and about half of all U.S. Read More

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Lamar Odom opens up about overdose

I couldn't even speak at the time. In an interview with USA talk show The Doctors , Odom said: "I wasn't in a good place mentally, especially mentally, before the incident happened". and she used the opportunity to get real on her fitness journey, as well as dolling out advice to younger girls who feel the pressure of not fitting into the "ideal" body type. Read More

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Law enforcement focusing on drunken drivers

Law enforcement focusing on drunken drivers

Overtime for task force officers is covered by federal funding administered by the Wisconsin Department of Transportation's (WisDOT) Bureau of Transportation Safety. Don't take the risk of spending time in jail during the holidays. More police will be out patrolling to catch drunken drivers. Of course, the ultimate cost of impaired driving is causing a traffic crash that injures or kills. Read More

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Alan Thicke celebrated by 'Growing Pains' theme song singer

Alan Thicke celebrated by 'Growing Pains' theme song singer

You are a legend and I love you pops. Blessed with handsome looks and a distinctive voice, the Canadian actor was best known for his role on the '80s sitcom " Growing Pains ", where he portrayed patriarch Jason Seaver. Beyond an extensive television career , a star on Canada's Walk of Fame and nominations for a Daytime Emmy and a Golden Globe, Thicke was also an accomplished songwriter . Read More

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Turkey detains over 550 suspects in anti-terror sweep

In Turkey 118 people have been arrested in raids targeting officials from the pro-Kurdish Peoples' Democratic Party (HDP) over allegations of links to PKK militants, according to state-run media. President Recep Tayyip Erdogan , who postponed foreign travel, declared Turkey would "fight terrorism to the end". Israel's Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu also condemned the bombings but said he expected Turkey to reciprocate when the Jewish state also came under attack. Read More

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Rail strike cripples rail services in southern England

Rail strike cripples rail services in southern England

Furious commuter Clarence Quaicoe, running late for work, told AFP: "Of course I'm upset". The owner of Southern Railway, GTR, lost its appeal to prevent drivers from striking. In a letter to Ms Ellman last month Mr Maynard acknowledged that GTR was "in excess of breach and default levels for cancellations and short formation of peak trains" over the summer, even judged against the less stringent cancellation standards and reduced services of the company's "remedial plan". Read More

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US life expectancy drops for first time since AIDS crisis peak

USA life expectancy had been inching north for years since the end of World War II, due to advances in medical science and effective public health campaigns. The biggest increase was seen in Alzheimer's at 15.7 percent. Only deaths from cancer and the flu declined. The report did not analyze the reasons behind the overall trend, but experts saw a number of possible explanations, including obesity and the rising impact of drug overdoses and suicides. Read More

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Iraqi official: Anti-IS airstrike killed, wounded civilians

The official said the coalition had diminished IS's ranks to such a level that the simultaneous attacks being waged on Mosul in Iraq and Raqa in Syria - the jihadists last remaining major power centers - have been possible. Russia, another powerful Assad ally, also wanted to block any possible movement of militants into Syria, said Hashemi. "What they're trying to say is 'ISIS is gone, you're wasting your bullets and bombs". Read More

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