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Health Care Can women reject triple talaq, apex court asks Muslim board
Author: 0 Can women reject triple talaq, apex court asks Muslim board

It should test triple talaq on the anvil of the Constitution rather than the Quran. Any rational person would agree that the practice of triple talaq needs to be abolished because of the way it results in the abuse of women. Senior advocate Kapil Sibal had told the apex court on Tuesday that the practice of triple talaq forms a part of faith under the Muslim law that has continued for centuries.

Health Care SoftBank opens up wallet for Paytm; infuses Rs 9K cr
Author: 0 SoftBank opens up wallet for Paytm; infuses Rs 9K cr

Since April 2015, when the RBI approved a provisional banking licence to Paytm founder Vijay Shekhar Sharma, the company has been building hype for the launch of its payments bank. Also, you can not keep more than Rs 1 lakh in the Paytm payments bank. The wallet business has also been transferred to the newly created payments bank entity to meet RBI's guidelines.

Health Care Researchers have successfully implanted 3D-printed ovaries-in mice
Author: 0 Researchers have successfully implanted 3D-printed ovaries-in mice

According to Wired , Teresa Woodruff , a reproductive scientist at Northwestern University's Feinberg School of Medicine and co-author of the study, said that they are planning on using ovarian tissues as ink. Laronda: We needed the spherical follicle to be supported enough to maintain the connections between the hormone-producing support cells and the centralized oocyte (potential egg cell), but dynamic enough to accommodate the expansion of large preovulatory follicles and ovulation of ...

Health Care Dose Physician Age Impact Patient Outcomes?
Author: 0 Dose Physician Age Impact Patient Outcomes?

The researchers found that physicians who treated low to medium volumes of patients from 2011 to 2014 were the ones who primarily drove the link between physician age and patient mortality. Researchers only considered elderly Medicare patients and doctors in the U.S. The age of a physician may increase a patient's risk of dying in the hospital, according to a new study from Harvard Medical School.

Health Care Cyber attack 'wake-up call for governments — Microsoft chief
Author: 0 Cyber attack 'wake-up call for governments — Microsoft chief

So far there has been no progress reported in efforts to determine who launched the plot. Britain's National Cyber Security Centre has warned that Friday's global cyber attack could spread "significantly" as computer systems and networks come online at the start of the working week.

Health Care Always Dreaming Wins The 143rd Kentucky Derby
Author: 0 Always Dreaming Wins The 143rd Kentucky Derby

Pletcher had to make adjustments with the workouts leading up to the Derby as Always Dreaming refused to relax. The most recent Triple Crown victor, American Pharaoh, won all three races in 2015, becoming the first horse to do so since 1978.

Health Care 'WannaCry' Ransomware Attack: What We Know
Author: 0 'WannaCry' Ransomware Attack: What We Know

Tom Bossert, US President Donald Trump's homeland security adviser, said people "should be thinking about this as an attack that for right now we have under control, but as an attack that represents an extremely serious threat", speaking on ABC's Good Morning America show.

Author: 0 Cyber attack is biggest of its kind ever launched, say security chiefs

Patients were being turned away from the Royal London Hospital yesterday amid delays in treatment and medication because staff had been warned not to use the computers. Operations and appointments were cancelled and ambulances diverted as up to 61 NHS organisations, including many hospitals , became infected by the ransomware .

Health Care Bautista homers as Blue Jays blank Mariners 4-0
Author: 0 Bautista homers as Blue Jays blank Mariners 4-0

You know when you get that feeling like "this is definitely going to get worse and I'm going to get mad if I keep watching"? "I didn't want it to rip completely. The Mariners moved in front 1-0 in the fifth when Carlos Ruiz scored on a throwing error by Jose Bautista in right field. Pillar also made an exhilarating grab in deep centre field on a line drive by Danny Valencia in the fourth inning with Nelson Cruz stationed at second base.

Health Care UN Security Council sees
Author: 0 UN Security Council sees "ample possibility" to use sanctions against DPRK

The test came as global powers engaged in a carrot and stick strategy with North Korea. The Security Council on Monday condemned the North's latest missile test and warned of new sanctions. No draft resolution was circulated to the full council, but Haley said the United States was working with China on a text. The missile, launched on an unusually high trajectory, flew to an altitude of 2,111.5 kilometers (1,312 miles) and travelled 787 kilometers before landing in the Sea of Japan (East ...

Author: 0 Global ransomware attack has been blunted

Apple's Mac computers were not targeted by this ransomware attack . In Japan , both Nissan and Hitachi reported some units had been affected, while in China energy giant PetroChina said that at some petrol stations customers had been unable to use its payment system.

Health Care OH officer overdoses from powder on shirt after drug arrest
Author: 0 OH officer overdoses from powder on shirt after drug arrest

According to our NBC affiliate, WFMJ the two men who were pulled over told the officer a white substance that was found during the traffic stop was cocaine. At the station, the medical responders gave Green a dose of the opioid antidote Narcan, followed by three more doses after he was taken to the hospital.

Health Care Long gets first Republic of Ireland call-up
Author: 0 Long gets first Republic of Ireland call-up

Burnley defender Kevin Long has been handed his first call-up into a 37-man Republic of Ireland squad for the games against Mexico, Uruguay and Austria. Goalkeepers: Colin Doyle (Bradford City), Rob Elliot (Newcastle United), Keiren Westwood (Sheffield Wednesday), Darren Randolph (West Ham United).

Author: 0 State Dept.: Assad using crematorium to hide atrocities

Jones said that the Assad regime kills up to 50 prisoners each week, and that after the bodies were burned, they were buried in a common grave there. It says the crematorium is being used to hide evidence of the extent of the killings. "Russia has aided in or passively looked away as the regime has conducted" a range of atrocities, Jones said. Jones told reporters Secretary of State Rex Tillerson had raised concerns about Assad's brutality with Russia's Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov during ...

Author: 0 200000 users, 150 countries hit by ransomware: Europol chief

The threat from the cyber attack that crippled global services "will continue to grow" as people return to work on Monday, the head of Europol warned. "Ibec has previously called for adequate resourcing of the National Cyber Security Centre and the implementation of a cyber security programme. They are processing a lot of sensitive data".

Health Care Florida governor: Tourists still coming in record numbers
Author: 0 Florida governor: Tourists still coming in record numbers

Not since Martinez, who served a single term and left office in 1991, "did you see an attack on the executive office of the governor more", Ballard said. The tourists flocking to Florida during the winter and early spring came as Scott publicly clashed with House leaders over the future of the public-private agencies Visit Florida and Enterprise Florida, which handles the state's business-recruitment efforts.

Health Care Vodafone Transfers a 33 Percent Interest in Safaricom to Vodacom
Author: 0 Vodafone Transfers a 33 Percent Interest in Safaricom to Vodacom

A similar all-share deal with Vodacom for Vodafone Ghana would boost Vodafone's stake in the South African unit even more, aggravating the float issue, he said . Vodacom announced the news on Monday. The agreement has been reached amid simmering debate over proposed separation of the globally successful M-Pesa from Safaricom.

Author: 0 Get ready for a possible 'second wave' of that massive global cyberattack

Experts say another attack could be imminent and have warned people to ensure their security is up to date. The game's website was working Sunday, but the game has been shut down until the owners can recover from the attack. "Of course there are amounts that are being demanded, in this case relatively small amounts - $300 rising to $600 if you don't pay within three days", he said.

Health Care Man holding human head stabs store clerk; mother found dead
Author: 0 Man holding human head stabs store clerk; mother found dead

Suspect Joshua Lee Webb faces charges of murder and attempted murder after he allegedly walked into an OR grocery story holding his mother's head, then attacked an employee. Joshua Webb was booked into jail Monday on charges of murder and attempted murder. "He didn't say anything after he was subdued ", Roberts said, adding that at one point before he was arrested the man told someone he was thirsty.

Author: 0 Eurovision finals interrupted by mooning streaker draped in Australian flag

A man sporting an Australian flag has left a lasting impression on the Eurovision audience and viewers after jumping on stage and mooning the crowd. Vitalii Sediuk is famous for his pranks as previous year he assaulted Kim Kardashian and Gigi Hadid during their visits in Paris. In 2013, he managed to sneak into the Grammy Awards without the proper journalistic credentials, before storming the stage and attempting to accept an award given to Adele.

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