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Author: 0 Visakhapatnam is cleanest rail station

Quality Control of India attached to the Department of Industrial Policy and Promotion conducted the survey in 407 railways stations (including 75 AI category and 332 A category stations). Ahmedanagar station was ranked at 3rd position. The criteria involved in judging the cleanliness were clean tracks, dustbins and clean toilets to name a few.

Medical Taiwan health not at risk by absence from United Nations meeting: China
Author: 0 Taiwan health not at risk by absence from United Nations meeting: China

Self-ruled Taiwan wants to attend the May 22-31 annual meeting of the decision-making body of the World Health Organization (WHO) in Geneva, but has accused Beijing of obstructing its efforts to secure an invitation. Last week in Perth, Australia, Taiwanese delegates were forced to leave a Kimberley Process conference on controlling conflict diamonds after objection from the Chinese government delegation.

Author: 0 Wheeler Real Estate Investment Trust (WHLR) Earning Positive Media Coverage, Report Shows

Pennsylvania Real Estate Investment Trust's ROE is -4.87%, while industry's is 6.08%. BlackRock Fund Advisors raised its stake in shares of Washington Real Estate Investment Trust by 7.1% in the third quarter. The lesser the ratio, the more attractive the investment. TRADEMARK VIOLATION WARNING: This news story was published by Transcript Daily and is owned by of Transcript Daily.

Medical Texas' Patrick backs special session for 'bathroom bill'
Author: 0 Texas' Patrick backs special session for 'bathroom bill'

The House is now working to get those bills passed. Legislative leaders said both chambers have tentatively agreed to changes in Senate Bill 2 , the controversial property-tax measure that is opposed by cities and other local taxing jurisdictions as an unfair state mandate.

Medical Dear men, Please stop wearing those ridiculous rompers
Author: 0 Dear men, Please stop wearing those ridiculous rompers

Magazine interviewed the people behind the RompHim , and it turns out that they're all Northwestern University business school students. Unlike women's rompers, the group designed their romper to help guys out with the female struggle of having to take a romper off when using the restroom.

Medical Michigan St to play Miami in home-and-home football series
Author: 0 Michigan St to play Miami in home-and-home football series

Michigan State will begin its 2018 schedule at home against Utah State, before traveling to Arizona State and hosting Central Michigan. The Big Ten still has has a deal with ESPN to broadcast some of their games, so Ohio State won't be leaving the Worldwide Leader for Fox and the Big Ten Network entirely.

Medical Former Trump security aide was Russian Federation blackmail risk: ex
Author: 0 Former Trump security aide was Russian Federation blackmail risk: ex

Spicer , the White House press secretary, said Yates had come to the White House on January 26. He said Flynn's security clearance had been renewed in April 2016, and the Obama White House had not stepped in to revoke it. General Flynn worked as the head of the Military Intelligence Agency (DIA), until he was sacked by President Barack Obama in 2014, reportedly because of his chaotic management.

Medical Putin praises China's Belt and Road initiative, condemns North Korea
Author: 0 Putin praises China's Belt and Road initiative, condemns North Korea

A spokesman for its foreign ministry also said there were concerns about host countries taking on too much debt to fund Silk Road infrastructure. Mr Andrews was the only Australian premier to attend the Chinese government's One Belt One Road global forum in Beijing earlier this week, along with 30 world leaders and representatives from around 100 countries.

Medical Tom Brady had concussion last season, has had others
Author: 0 Tom Brady had concussion last season, has had others

Gisele Bundchen may have landed her husband and the New England Patriots in some hot water. While discussing the concussion issue with ABC News, Brady said that players who have suffered concussions need to be "treated the right way". While that might be appropriate overall because one can certainly make the argument Brady is the greatest player ever in the National Football League, that doesn't mean Arizona Cardinals fans wouldn't prefer a different player on the front.

Medical May promises boost to workers' rights
Author: 0 May promises boost to workers' rights

Listing 11 commitments, May said she would increase the "national living wage" in line with median earnings, give new protections to "gig" economy workers and offer a new statutory right for workers to receive information about major decisions in companies, in keeping with the rights of shareholders.

Author: 0 More victims expected in global cyberattack as people head to work Monday

The full extent of the damage from the cyberattack felt in 150 countries was unclear and could worsen if more malicious variations of the online extortion scheme appear. He said a cyber coordination centre will start operating from next month to take precautions against such attacks. That amount is expected to increase.

Author: 0 Cyberattack Havoc Could Grow As Work Week Begins

The virus - leaked by the prominent hacker group "The Shadow Brokers" through exploited tools from the National Security Agency - spreads via email, with users being locked out of their computers until having paid the $300 ransom. The patch to secure your environment against WannaCryp has been out for two months, that is more than enough time to deploy the update. Several computers at West Bengals power distribution company offices were attacked by the ransomware " WannaCry " that was ...

Medical Minnesota measles: Cases now reported in Le Sueur County
Author: 0 Minnesota measles: Cases now reported in Le Sueur County

The Minnesota Department of Health suspects the children were exposed in Crow Wing County, where three cases were previously confirmed. Shaughnessy said the family has gone into voluntary isolation, staying cooped up in their house to prevent spreading the disease.

Author: 0 Austin doctor explains side effects of too much caffeine

At a news conference, Watts said Cripe died of a caffeine-induced cardiac event. Grieving parents in SC are now warning others about the dangers of caffeine after the sudden and unexpected death of their teenage son. But the poison center's warning wasn't the first, and caffeine-related health problems continue to rise alongside the number of products that promise to efficiently pump caffeine into consumers' bloodstreams.

Medical Alcohol not to blame for change in personality, say scientists
Author: 0 Alcohol not to blame for change in personality, say scientists

But trained observers watching them generally only saw significant differences in levels of extraversion. The scientists recruited 156 participants, who completed an initial survey gauging their typical alcohol consumption and their perceptions of their own "typical sober" and "typical drunk" personality.

Author: 0 Chibok girl to be reunited with family after three years

She told journalists that the young women were "stable" and "cheerful" compared to how the 21 freed previous year were on their release. He called it an "unusual" move which is also detrimental to the government's fight against insurgency.

Medical Taking abortion pill at home as safe as in a clinic
Author: 0 Taking abortion pill at home as safe as in a clinic

While Women on Web is seen as a safe source for these medicines, health authorities in Ireland have repeatedly warned women about the dangers of buying them over the internet from other outlets which may be selling potentially unsafe rogue pills.

Medical Drug test failures are rising, lab says
Author: 0 Drug test failures are rising, lab says

For both of these states, the positivity rate for workforce urine drug tests, indicating that someone had consumed an illegal substance, was 6.3%, according to data released Tuesday by clinical laboratory services company Quest Diagnostics DGX, -1.30%.

Author: 0 Arctic Is Changing as U.S. Mulls Climate Policy, Tillerson Says

Adding pressure on the Trump administration, scientists from the United States and other Arctic nations issued a report ahead of the meeting warning that warming in the region could lead to trillions of dollars worth of damage to buildings, roads and other infrastructure this century.

Medical Baby found with nearly 100 rat bites, parents charged
Author: 0 Baby found with nearly 100 rat bites, parents charged

Elliott and Shryock are scheduled for their first court appearance on Wednesday, Phillips said. Police told KARK that the baby had bites on her arms, fingers and face, with one bite on the baby's forehead measuring about an inch wide with the skull visible.

Author: 0 Tillerson blackmails Israel, uses embassy move as bargaining chip

Netanyahu responded by saying that moving the USA embassy to Jerusalem would not harm the peace process, but would do the opposite. He has already hosted Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and Palestinian Authority President Mahmoud Abbas at the White House.

Author: 0 Sen. Warren: GOP blocking Democrats from health care talks

The MacArthur amendment to the earlier AHCA version allows states to seek waivers to replace the AHCA's premium penalty with health status rating (underwriting) beginning 2019 for those who fail to maintain continuous coverage. Premiums were often extremely high , and there were frequently lifetime or annual limits on coverage. That's on top of premium increases in 2017 that averaged 25 percent nationwide.

Medical Texas testing Trump administration over abortion providers
Author: 0 Texas testing Trump administration over abortion providers

If Trump approves the request, other states could potentially take advantage of the precedent and ban Plan Parenthood from Medicaid programs without financial repercussion. Under the Healthy Texas Women program, doctors must sign a contract that stipulates that they can't bill the program if they promote elective abortions or are affiliated with a group that performs or promotes elective abortions.

Medical WHO, partners lament high death of adolescents, call for special care
Author: 0 WHO, partners lament high death of adolescents, call for special care

Commenting on the findings of the report , assistant director-general at the WHO, Dr. Flavia Bustreo in a statement said, "Adolescents have been entirely absent from national health plans for decades". It is the leading or second cause of adolescent death in Europe and South-East Asia. The picture is very different when leaving global numbers behind to focus on regional causes of death among adolescents.

Medical First West Nile Case Highlights Precautions for Mosquito-borne Diseases
Author: 0 First West Nile Case Highlights Precautions for Mosquito-borne Diseases

As mosquito counts climb, the state of Texas is appealing to the public to help with the effort to stop mosquito-borne diseases by preventing mosquito bites and eliminating areas where mosquitoes can reproduce. Symptoms may include fever, headache, body aches, nausea, vomiting, and sometimes swollen lymph glands or a skin rash on the chest, stomach, and back.

Author: 0 Trump disclosure a breach of trust, if not law

The Post cited current and former USA officials who said Trump divulged information from a foreign source, now known to be Israel, involving a terror threat from the Islamic State in Iraq and Syria (ISIS). But inside the White House, there was a struggle to get any surrogates on TV because no one knew what to say or how to defend the story, one White House adviser said.

Medical 5 killed in NC crash that closed Interstate 95
Author: 0 5 killed in NC crash that closed Interstate 95

The number of injured was not available. Five people, including an infant, were killed and two others injured in a fiery crash involving multiple vehicles that has shut down Interstate 95 in both directions near Exit 10 in Robeson County just north of the SC border.

Medical Conan jokes may have killed, but he stands accused of theft
Author: 0 Conan jokes may have killed, but he stands accused of theft

This is what O'Brien said that night: "Tom Brady said he wants to give the truck that he was given as Super Bowl MVP ... to the guy who won the Super Bowl for the Patriots". "And one will have to change from a Cul-De-Sac to a Cul-De-Sackless". Another one of Kaseberg's jokes allegedly popped up in the monologue, again slightly modified, and later on the show's site as well: "It turns out the Washington Monument is ten inches shorter than previously thought".

Medical North Korea missile detected by THAAD, programme progressing faster than expected
Author: 0 North Korea missile detected by THAAD, programme progressing faster than expected

Nonetheless, North Korea is pressing ahead with its nuclear and missile-development program, holding another ballistic missile test on Sunday - one that experts said could be a new type of missile. The agreement came at a meeting between South Korean officials and US National Security Council (NSC) officials, Yonhap News Agency reported. Separately, Mr Moon's envoy to the United States is travelling to Washington for talks about North Korea with U.S.

Author: 0 CPEC will have no implications on Kashmir issue : China

China's attitude is honest and sincere. China took strong exception to India's stand on its Belt and Road initiative, saying it was welcome to participate in the mega project but New Delhi should explain what kind of "meaningful dialogue" it wantsBeijing to hold with it.

Medical Will Trump report affect intelligence alliances?
Author: 0 Will Trump report affect intelligence alliances?

They also affirmed their shared values and interests, she said , including freedom of navigation, territorial sovereignty for the states of the Arabian Peninsula and the fight against extremism. In the note Comey wrote about the situation, President Trump said, "I hope you can let this go", in regards to the F.B.I.'s investigation into Flynn.

Author: 0 Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas arrives on four-day India visit

Days before the U.S. president starts a Middle East trip that includes meetings with Israeli and Palestinian leaders, Tillerson told NBC channel that Trump's decision would depend greatly on how it is seen by governments in the region, including "whether Israel views it as being helpful to a peace initiative or perhaps a distraction".

Medical Samsung Galaxy J5 (2017) Complete Specifications and Press Renders Are Out
Author: 0 Samsung Galaxy J5 (2017) Complete Specifications and Press Renders Are Out

The Samsung Galaxy Tab S3 features a 9.7-inch Super AMOLED display that supports HDR content, though there are some caveats to this which we'll discuss later in this review . "We think it's the easiest way to make a mobile payment". Samsung's recently-released S8 and S8+ phones also have an additional feature that lets the owners authorise transactions by scanning their irises.

Medical Google To Launch Dedicated VR Headset At I/O 2017
Author: 0 Google To Launch Dedicated VR Headset At I/O 2017

Game makers and other app developers are looking to VR as a platform for growth, and Google has been racing against Facebook, Samsung, Sony, and other rivals to develop hardware that can take advantage of the latest virtual-reality features.

Medical Theresa May announces sweeping promises on workers rights
Author: 0 Theresa May announces sweeping promises on workers rights

May has also renewed pledge to achieve workers' representation on company boards - a major pledge during her campaign for the Conservative Party leadership that has fallen by the wayside since. Conservative leader Theresa May has vowed to fight the injustice of black and Asian people being paid less than white colleagues in the workplace.

Medical Australia considers banning laptops from airliner cabins
Author: 0 Australia considers banning laptops from airliner cabins

The New York Times and Wall Street Journal have reported that Israel was the source of the intelligence, and the latter said it was meant for USA eyes only, suggesting it was not available to other Five Eyes intelligence-sharing allies including Australia.

Medical No budget deal in sight with a week to go at Legislature
Author: 0 No budget deal in sight with a week to go at Legislature

Minnesota political leaders have fitfully resumed negotiating the state's budget, after a weeklong delay caused by the passage and vetoing of the Legislature's budget bills. When they do, Dayton said he'll be pushing hard for his top priorities, like more funding for schools - and for getting the negotiations focused squarely on the numbers that shape the approximately $46 billion spending plan for the next two years.

Medical News guide for Trump-Russia probe focusing on ousted Flynn
Author: 0 News guide for Trump-Russia probe focusing on ousted Flynn

But she said she didn't know if the White House took steps to restrict Flynn's access to sensitive or classified information. The officials said Obama warned Trump about hiring Flynn during their 90-minute conversation in the Oval Office less than 48 hours after Trump was declared victorious in the November 8 presidential election.

Medical Chinese president talks with South Korean president by phone
Author: 0 Chinese president talks with South Korean president by phone

The call to Moon took place just a day after he took office and comes amid increased regional tensions over North Korea as well as the deployment of a USA missile-defense shield in South Korea. He also expressed the hope that the new South Korean government would be mindful of China's major concerns, and take concrete actions to secure a steady and healthy development of bilateral ties.

Medical Hospital rebuked for sharing patient details with Google
Author: 0 Hospital rebuked for sharing patient details with Google

Although the work was paused - later to be restated in November 2016 under a new agreement and a commitment from DeepMind to be more open with the public - the initial agreement is under investigation by the UK's data watchdog, the Information Commissioner's Office.

Medical Dry weather lets Minnesota farmers catch up on planting
Author: 0 Dry weather lets Minnesota farmers catch up on planting

Producers continued planting corn and soybeans last week. In Illinois and IN, both hit hard by excessive rainfall the past few weeks, 23% of the crops are planted, behind the average of 31%. Winter wheat headed reached 86 percent. That crop is still recovering from the late-April storm that produced up to a foot of snow in western areas.

Medical Just 29% of Americans approve of Trump's decision to fire Comey
Author: 0 Just 29% of Americans approve of Trump's decision to fire Comey

Comey, while 29% approved. "I can't say, I think each senator or congressman has got to, I hope, will think in terms of their own conscience", he said, adding, "I hope they'll speak up". Why it matters: We've seen what happens when Trump decides to go it alone - his narrative challenges everything the WH had said about the matter, particularly with his reasoning for firing Comey, and it looks as if Trump is going rogue or, as David Axelrod put it, his staff members are either liars or fools ...

Author: 0 Cyberattack wave ebbs, but experts see risk of more

The cross-border police agency Europol said the situation was now "stable", defusing concerns that attacks that struck computers in British hospital wards, European auto factories and Russian banks would spread further at the start of the working week.

Author: 0 NCSC urges vigilance in wake of cyber attack

However, he said it's only a matter of time before a malevolent version exists. As NHS organisations start a new work week, it appears the attack is far from over, with the previously unaffected Shrewsbury and Telford Hospital NHS Trust added to the list of victims.

Author: 0 Sean Spicer won't deny that Trump is secretly recording White House conversations

Wallace, Mediaite noted , "has spent the better part of the past four decades reporting on Washington". Trump should run his White House exclusively via outbound media ( tweets , press releases, readouts, YouTube videos, etc.) and the occasional interview with big-name TV interviewers who are careful not to embarrass him too much.

Medical Most UK patients saw no change on Monday after cyber attack - minister
Author: 0 Most UK patients saw no change on Monday after cyber attack - minister

He said "the level of criminal activity is at the lower end of the range that we had anticipated". NHS England announced on Monday that the number of hospitals sending patients to other facilities was down from seven to two. "Although we've never seen anything on this scale when it comes to ransomware attacks , they are relatively common and there are things that you can do, that everyone can do, all of us can do to protect ourselves", he said.

Author: 0 Ransomware cyber-attack threat escalating - Europol

Mr MacGibbon declined to comment on the identity or type of the business impacted by the unprecedented cyber attack but said it was a small company, which did not provide critical infrastructure. "Just patch their systems as soon as possible", MalwareTech said. It comes amid concerns NHS networks were left vulnerable because they were still using outdated Windows XP software.