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Visalakshi Ramani

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Is She the first harassed woman whose words were believed?

Style The Independent
Christine Blasey Ford nominated for JFK Profile in Courage award
Christine Blasey Ford has been nominated for the John F. Kennedy Profile in Courage Award four months after testifying about sexual assaults allegations against Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh. During a Senate Judiciary Committee hearing in September 2018, the psychology professor alleged Kavanagh had sexually abused her at a party in 1982 when she was 15 and he was 17. The then Supreme Court nominee denied her allegations, claiming he was the victim of an "orchestrated political hit”.
 

Visalakshi Ramani

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The many ugly heads of the Medusa called Death.


News The Independent
Dozens of children dying of hypothermia at Syrian refugee camp, warns World Health Organisation
At least 29 children are reported to have died in an overcrowded refugee camp in northeastern Syria over the last two months, mostly from hypothermia, the World Health Organisation (WHO) said. Around 23,000 people have arrived at al-Hol camp after fleeing fighting in Deir ez-Zor between Isis and the US-backed Syrian Democratic Forces, led by the Kurdish YPG militia. Children are dying from hypothermia as their families flee to safety,” Elizabeth Hoff, WHO representative in Syria, said in a statement on Thursday.
 

Visalakshi Ramani

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Has 'talking to people' gone out of circulation???

News NewsBytes
Minor girls burnt, fed human waste over affair with boys
In Uttar Pradesh's Gorakhpur, two minors girls, who are cousins, were tortured by their own family for dating two boys who studied in their school. Not able to handle the abuse anymore, the cousins fled to Nepal and were rescued on Tuesday night. The girls told police they were burnt with hot tongs and forced to eat human waste by their father and brother.
 

Visalakshi Ramani

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Look! Listen!! Laugh!!!
Of all the persons demanding JUSTICE!!!


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News hindustantimes
'Where is justice?': Vijay Mallya tweets after debt tribunal attaches assets
Mallya took to Twitter early on Friday to criticise the attachment of his properties in the Rs 9,000 crore fraud and money laundering case filed against him by the CBI.
 

Visalakshi Ramani

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Frozen Falls!


Style The Independent
Niagara Falls turns into winter wonderland as it completely freezes over
New pictures of Niagara Falls show the attraction looking like a set straight out of Disney film Frozen. Temperatures in Ontario, Canada, have dropped to -18C, resulting in the Falls looking even more
 

Visalakshi Ramani

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So she is the 'model-step-mother!'


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Entertainment Dr Phil
Stepmother Who Denied Abusing Her Husband's Child Gets 28 Years Behind Bars
In 2014 5-year-old Jordan Bleimeyer made headlines as the boy starved and held captive in a closet. Dr. Phil recaps past interviews.
 

Visalakshi Ramani

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WHY the delay?
In treatment of cancer 'early diagnosis' helps to get cured!


News The Independent
NHS cervical cancer screening labs built up 150,000 sample backlog, audit office finds
A backlog of more than 150,000 cervical cancer screening samples awaiting testing was allowed to build up across laboratories in England, according to a damning review of NHS screening. The National Audit Office found at one point last year only a third of women who had a smear test got their results within the recommended 14 days. This suggests hundreds of thousands being left to worry unccesarily and, potentially, delays in getting further tests or treatment for abnormal cells that could become cancerous.
 

Visalakshi Ramani

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Surprises never cease ! Right??


News Associated Press
Ocean mixing that drives climate found in surprise location
WASHINGTON (AP) - One of the key drivers of the world's climate is an area in the North Atlantic Ocean where warmer and colder water mix and swirl. When scientists went for their first close look at this critical underwater dynamo, they found they were looking in the wrong place.
 

Visalakshi Ramani

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Wow! So perfect and exhaustive in whatever he does!!!

Reactions

News Digital Spy
David Attenborough travels to seven continents for new BBC series
One Planet, Seven Worlds will "celebrate the diversity of life".

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Visalakshi Ramani

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So the problem is more than what meets the eyes!


News Popular Mechanics
NASA Found a Giant Underground Cavern in Antarctica Almost the Size of Manhattan
The cavern sits where nearly 14 billion tons of ice used to be, all of which melted in the last few years.
 

Visalakshi Ramani

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The battle of wills between the 'yes-wall' and the 'no-wall' deal
makes us feel as if being spun while seated on a wheel!

Finance Associated Press
Trump, Pelosi stances on wall suggest deal will be difficult
House Speaker Nancy Pelosi declared Thursday that there'll be no "wall money" in any compromise border security deal as she and President Donald Trump signaled that congressional negotiators may never satisfy his demands for his cherished Southwest border proposal. Trump, who in recent weeks has expressed indifference to whether the term "wall" or something else is used, clung with renewed tenacity to the word that became his campaign mantra, declaring, "A wall is a wall." Yet in a series of tweets and statements, he issued conflicting messages about what he'd need to declare victory and suggested that merely repairing existing structures along the boundary could be a major component of a triumph. Amid signs that Trump's leverage in Congress is atrophying, he seemed to aim one tweet at his conservative followers.
 

Visalakshi Ramani

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Instagram should BAN images of half-clad and unclad women!

News The Telegraph

Instagram should ban celebrities endorsing harmful diet products, says NHS' most senior doctor
The NHS cannot "keep putting out fires" if social media sites "keep lighting matches" by allowing celebrity endorsements of risky diet pills and other dubious health products, its most senior doctor has warned.
 

Visalakshi Ramani

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Often we are kept guessing whether it is the original cat or duplicate!
Lifestyle Yahoo Lifestyle
Melania Trump's Black History Month post picked apart on Twitter: 'You really don't care do you'
The first lady took to her Twitter on Friday morning to write about how she wants people to come together to honor diversity.
 

Visalakshi Ramani

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The eye in the sky can see many hidden things!


News Yahoo News UK
Lost city uncovered in Africa using airborne laser scans
It's now thought to have been home to up to 10,000 people
 

Visalakshi Ramani

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Give respect and earn respect!

k figures on bathroom walls with nooses around their necks and that racially-charged comments were directed at black employees. Brown and Portman had written to GM last month seeking answers to additional questions about the racism allegations at the plant.

Style Latestly
World Hijab Day 2019: From Athletes to Beauty Queens, 5 Muslim Women Who Rocked the Headscarf With Pride
While the debate on hijab continues, these powerful women are setting an example by making history in their respective fields.
 

Visalakshi Ramani

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A Rose will still be a sweet smelling rose - even when withered!
Why do men and women care so much about how they look
and not about what they are!

Style hindustantimes
Selfies lower self-confidence and increase anxiety about one's looks, drive people to cosmetic surgery, finds study
This is the first-ever experimental study on the psychological effects of taking and posting selfies on social media. The study has been conducted by The Esthetic Clinics, India’s renowned nationwide chain of clinics for cosmetic surgery and skincar...
 

Visalakshi Ramani

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Aren't we forgetting another equally important event?
The deforestation to build new colonies and cities!


News The Guardian
European colonization of Americas helped cause climate change
‘Large-scale depopulation’ resulted in vast tracts of agricultural land being left untended, researchers say. European colonization of the Americas resulted in the killing of so many native people that it
 

Visalakshi Ramani

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I believe that one must be careful about
everything one puts in one' mouth!


Lifestyle The Mighty
14 Things You Need to Know When You Start Psychiatric Medication
A woman living with bipolar disorder, depression and anxiety offers the ultimate guide of things you need to know about starting medication for mental illness, accumulated over 13 years.
 

Visalakshi Ramani

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An irony that they call it 'dressing up' even when
they are actually dressing down! :(


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Lifestyle Fashionista
Stars Proved There's Not One Right Way to Dress up on the Red Carpet This Week
After what seemed to be an extraordinarily long first month of 2019, we have finally reached February: the month of love, snowstorms, and for anyone working in the fashion industry, lots and lots of runway shows. But that doesn't mean that January was devoid of good fashion moments. On the ...
 

Visalakshi Ramani

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Even as the researchers try to keep diseases under control,
the diseases themselves modify, evolve and resist the medicines!

NewsANI
Researchers find new clues to control HIV
Washington D.C. [USA], Feb 2 (ANI): An international team of researchers is harnessing the immune system to reveal new clues that may help in efforts to produce an HIV vaccine. SFU professor Mark Brockman and co-authors from the University of KwaZulu-Natal in South Africa have identified a connection between infection control and how well antiviral T cells respond to diverse HIV sequences. According to Brockman, HIV adapts to the human immune system by altering its sequence to evade helpful antiviral T cells.

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