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  • Sitting on sidelines in ’18 dangerous, voters told

    Cleveland : Former President Barack Obama delivered a simple message on Thursday headed into the fall mid­term polls: Vote. Speaking to an enthusiastic crowd of several thousands in Cleveland, Obama said the consequences of sitting on the sidelines during November’s midterm elections “are far more dangerous” than in the past. Without mentioning Republican President Trump by name, Obama said, “This is not normal what we’re seeing. It is radical.” He said a

  • Indian-origin lawyer shoots 9 in US, killed by police

    New York: An Indian-origin lawyer with apparent Nazi sympathies went on an early morning rampage in US’ Houston city shooting nine people on Monday before he was killed by police, according to authorities. Nathan Desai was wearing military-style clothing with Nazi symbols during the 20-minute shooting spree when he fired at passing cars.

  • Life-Size Naked Statues Of Donald Trump Come Up In United States

    New York : Donald Trump’s life-size naked statues were installed across five American cities by an activist art group, which said the controversial Republican presidential candidate should never become the US president.

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    Donald Trump nominated but doubts remain

    Cleveland: Donald Trump has clinched the Republican Party’s presidential nomination to run against Democrat Hillary Clinton in the November polls, a stunning rise for an outsider after months of controversial campaigning that saw him crushing 16 well-established party rivals. However, the nomination was clinched amid discord with many in the party questioning his polarizing candidacy.

  • Melania Trump: Plagiarism on prime time

    Cleveland : In an embarrassment to Donald Trump, his wife Melania was on Tuesday accused of plagiarism in her first address to the Republican National Convention that is set to declare him as the party’s presidential candidate, with critics saying parts of her speech were lifted verbatim from remarks First Lady Michelle Obama made in 2008.

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    ‘Obama Admin concerned about lone wolves’

    Washington: The Obama Administration is concerned about the threat posed by lone wolves, the White House said while appealing to Americans to be vigilant, a day after a self-radicalised Afghan-origin youth killed 49 people at a gay nightclub in Orlando. “This (lone wolves) is obviously something that the President and his national security team are quite concerned about,” White House Press Secretary Josh Earnest told reporters at his daily news conference.

  • Cruz accuses Trump of threatening delegates, as Trump rails

    Rome: Texas Sen Ted Cruz blasted rival Donald Trump in a radio interview, accusing the Republican front-runner of being a bully, inciting violence and using dirty tricks to intimidate voters and delegates, as Trump continued to rail against a nominating system he says is crooked and rigged.

  • Russian man may be first to have head transplant!

    London : A 30-year-old Russian computer scientist with a rare, genetic muscle wasting disease is set to become the first person in the world to have his head transplanted onto a healthy donor body.

  • Family of boy shot dead by Ohio officer files suit

    Cleveland :  The family of a 12-year-old who had a pellet gun when he was shot by a Cleveland police officer has filed a wrongful death lawsuit, saying two officers acted recklessly when they confronted the boy in a terrifying manner and fired within seconds.

  • Family of boy shot dead by Ohio officer files suit

    Cleveland : The family of a 12-year-old who had a pellet gun when he was shot by a Cleveland police officer has filed a wrongful death lawsuit, saying two officers acted recklessly when they confronted the boy in a terrifying manner and fired within seconds.

  • How migraine headaches occur

    Washington : A new study has shed light on the cellular-level changes in nerve structure and function that may play a hand in development of migraine headaches, reports ANI.

  • Soon, a blood biomarker to help spot lung cancer

    Washington: Doctors may very soon be able to detect lung cancer early in its stage with help of a blood biomarker, reports ANI. A new study has shown that patients with stage I to stage III non-small cell lung cancer have different metabolite profiles in their blood than those of patients who are at risk but do not have lung cancer.  Researchers at Cleveland Clinic studied the blood serum of 284 subjects,