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  • GST will end tax terrorism: Modi

    Touted as the country's biggest tax reform, GST will replace a range of existing local and state taxes and so the industry stakeholders are highly optimistic that it will reduce the heavy tax burden which may result into benefits for the buyers and hence demand in the market will grow.

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  • Candy may have sickened 19 at San Francisco birthday party

    Candy may have sickened 19 at San Francisco birthday party

    Health department officials have not yet completed testing on the candy, but said 12 of the hospitalized patients tested positive for THC, the active substance in marijuana. Jonathan Baxter with the San francisco Fire department says symptoms included "palpitations to the heart, shortness of breath, and swollen tongue, with some anxiety attributed to it".

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  • Affordable solar schemes light way to energy for all in Zimbabwe

    Affordable solar schemes light way to energy for all in Zimbabwe

    The state has great natural resources in both wind and sun coupled with a clear regulatory framework, an excellent case management service (through Investment Attraction South Australia), and a professional and independent planning assessment process (through the Department of Planning, Transport and Infrastructure and the Development Assessment Commission).

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  • Rio Olympics: Team USA in Men's Gymnastics Is Really Team Oklahoma

    However, there are high hopes for swimming couple Emily Seebohm and Mitch Larkin, who will be gunning for a 100m backstroke golden double at the Rio Olympics on Day 3 of competition. 12. The 2016 edition of the Olympics is an important global multi-gaming event hosted by Rio de Janeiro; Brazil tagged "RIO 2016". Lloyd Spooner: Spooner may not be as much of a household name as numerous others on this list, but his performance in the 1920 Olympics in Antwerp in shooting nonetheless stands ...

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  • Michael Phelps, Team USA Take Gold In Thrilling 4×100-Meter Freestyle

    Todd Schmitz, one Team USA's swim coaches, agreed the welts are eye-catching. "That's been the secret that I have had through this year that keeps me healthy", he says. A dark undercurrent has run through the first few days of the swimming finals in which the Russian team are challenging for medals under a cloud of acrimony.

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  • Trump Economic Plan Calls for Every American to Inherit Millions from Father

    Security personnel removed the protesters to loud applause from the audience at the Detroit Economic Club. Trump didn't say whether there would be a limit to how much families could write off on their taxes. He called her "the candidate of the past". Meanwhile, Flake was interviewed at the "Face the Nation" program on CBS .He mentioned that Hillary Clinton could overpower Trump if he does not consider taking more care in holding on to a state that favors Republicans but would ...

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  • Olympics-Swimming-Phelps feels pain of aging and late-night races

    Olympics-Swimming-Phelps feels pain of aging and late-night races

    Viewers watching the Olympics this weekend may have spotted the pepperoni-like bruises on athletes and wondered: What is that? The three-time world champion won the women's 100m butterfly after racing home in 55.48 seconds to finish ahead of 16-year-old Canadian Penny Oleksiak and usa defending Olympic champion Dana Vollmer.

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  • Phelps feels pain of aging and late-night races

    Phelps feels pain of aging and late-night races

    Perhaps no one is more used to crammed competition schedules than Phelps, who will also swim in the 100-meter butterfly and 200 individual medley in Rio. Phelps won his first medal of the Rio Olympics - and his 23rd since Athens 2004 - when he helped the United States to win the 4x100m freestyle. On Monday night before the semifinal of the 200m butterfly, Phelps showed his viral gameface while watching rival Chad Le Clos warm up.

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  • Deadline looms for Colorado ballot measures

    Deadline looms for Colorado ballot measures

    Monday was Colorado's deadline to turn in some 98,000 signatures for inclusion on ballots. Colorado lawmakers are following up on promises to change the state's system of choosing presidential candidates to a primary election, instead of a caucus.

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  • GM mosquito trial will not significantly impact environment: FDA

    GM mosquito trial will not significantly impact environment: FDA

    On Friday, the FDA released a final environmental assessment of the trial, finding that it "will not have significant impacts on the environment". Earlier this week, health officials in Canada and the USA recommended that pregnant women and those planning to conceive avoid travelling to a small area north of downtown Miami where Florida officials report 15 non-travel related infections of Zika .

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  • UAQ organiza segunda Feria Estatal de la Lactancia Materna

    UAQ organiza segunda Feria Estatal de la Lactancia Materna

    Javier Buenfil Osorio". El funcionario federal subrayó que la constancia permitirá mantener esa cifra y no puede descuidarse, al contrario, deben fortalecerse todas las acciones para conseguir el objetivo: que la gran mayoría de los niños mexicanos tengan el beneficio de la lactancia materna .

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  • Why Teens Choose E-Cigarettes

    Why Teens Choose E-Cigarettes

    The study also noted that those teenagers who took up the device in order to quit smoking tobacco were nearly 14 times more likely to continue using the vaping devices than those teenagers who did not try the device for this reason. However, the expense also depends on the brand and state cigarette taxes. The study was conducted by Yale School of Medicine researchers. "If we could identify early who would still be using e-cigs six months from now, we could intervene at that early stage", Bold ...

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  • Trump's economic speech disrupted by series of protests

    Last week, Donald Trump began telling his supporters, in both media appearances and stump speeches, that not only are polls that show him trailing being manipulated (after all, how could any honest poll not show him winning?) but also the election itself is going to be "rigged", so that his victory will be stolen from him by the powers that be.

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  • Four new cases of travel-related Zika confirmed in Louisiana

    Four new cases of travel-related Zika confirmed in Louisiana

    Officials said the new cases bring the total amount to 19 residents with travel-related infections. "This is especially important for pregnant women and their unborn babies since Zika can cause severe birth defects". As of August 4, these are the statistics on the Zika virus. Mayor Mitch Landrieu said he was allocating an additional $500,000 to the city's mosquito control board to help target two species of mosquitoes that are known to spread Zika virus.

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  • Dutchwoman Van Vleuten hurt in horror crash

    The Guardian reported that Van Vleuten was kept overnight in the hospital's intensive care with a concussion and three cracks in her spine. "I'm still concerned right now but from what we've heard she's ok", Elvin said on Twitter. According to the cycling's worldwide governing body, the global Cycling Union deems that "van Vleuten was "conscious and able to communicate". Following the accident, Van Vleuten was taking to the hospital.

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  • Apologise to Buhari's wife, lawmaker tells Fayose

    Apologise to Buhari's wife, lawmaker tells Fayose

    He also alleged that Mrs. Buhari was indicted in the U.S in a bribery case involving a convicted former American congressman, Williams Jefferson . He said now that Mrs Buhari's visit to the United States has confirmed that Fayose wasnt telling the truth, "we are calling on him to apologize to the first family, and Nigerian women".

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  • Olympics: What to watch on Monday

    His Wikipedia page will forevermore be a picture of him crying because that's exactly what he did right after he and his teammates won gold. The win was special, not only because it brings his Olympic gold medal count to an incredible 19, but because his 3-month-old baby was there to witness it.

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  • Fast feet: Bolt says sub-19 seconds in 200 still a goal

    We have to go through the rough times before we get to the good times". "I'm looking forward to it". On the walls one graffiti artist had painted Bolt crouching down in a starting position looking intently Christ the Redeemer. "They said we would get one but after two days one hadn't turned up so I said I'll just buy one!" Retired USA sprinter Michael Johnson believes he he would have beaten Bolt at 200m if they had raced in the same era.

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  • United States men take 4×100 freestyle gold, Phelps' 19th

    United States men take 4×100 freestyle gold, Phelps' 19th

    Michael Phelps capped an explosive evening of record-breaking and barely concealed needle Sunday by bagging an astonishing 19th Olympic gold medal in the men's 4×100 metres freestyle relay. With son Boomer in attendance, Phelps did his kid proud, along with teammates Caleb Dressel, Ryan Held and Nathan Adrian . Now, he is focused on training to make history and return to a fifth Olympics in Rio.

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  • Toronto mosquitoes test positive for West Nile virus, Toronto Public Health says

    Toronto mosquitoes test positive for West Nile virus, Toronto Public Health says

    Wilma Wooten, the county's public health officer. The department says West Nile virus first appeared in Wyoming in 2002. Through July 30, no West Nile or EEE had been found in mosquitoes that are tested weekly by the state. "The best way to avoid West Nile virus infection is to take precautionary measures to avoid mosquito bites". Preventing mosquito bites is the most effective way to avoid being infected with the virus, the news release states.

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  • Rubio opposes abortions for Zika-infected women

    In the end of July, authorities in Florida reported what they believe to be the first local Zika transmission in the continental USA, with the state's current total case count at 16. Marco Rubio is a United States Senator from Florida. The risk of microcephaly from Zika appears to be higher if the unborn baby is in the first trimester.

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  • Zika Vaccines Raise Hope, Effective In Monkeys

    The group that received the DNA vaccine received a booster shot four weeks after the initial vaccination. The first phase of testing of the vaccine on humans is expected to start in October. "Results from both mouse and nonhuman primate testing are encouraging and support a decision to move forward with our US government, industry and regulatory partners to advance our [Zika] vaccine candidate to human trials", Army Col.

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  • Tainted candy at party likely marijuana edible

    Tainted candy at party likely marijuana edible

    Officer Grace Gatpandan said at a Monday news conference that the unit is interviewing people to see if the sweets were intentionally placed at the party to target children, which would be a serious crime. "If these sweets are confirmed as edible marijuana, then this event is a strong warning about the dangers of edibles, which can be very potent and hard to control dosage in the best circumstances", Dr.

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  • Man faces drug charge after 24 stricken at Ohio music fest

    Man faces drug charge after 24 stricken at Ohio music fest

    Reports out of Richland County say that dozens of people have overdosed at EST Fest 2016, a weekend-long music festival featuring Cleveland's Machine Gun Kelly. According to officials, just one or two sweets would have given the desired effect, so you can imagine the sort of trip to space ten times the recommended dose would result in.

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  • Trump plans to roll out policy proposals

    The Republican nominee also criticized Hillary Clinton's record of job creation during her tenure as senator of NY, citing a recent report from The Washington Post . "His words and actions over the last several days are so shockingly unacceptable in our diverse and democratic society that it is simply unthinkable that Donald Trump could become our president", Klarman said of the Republican presidential nominee.

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