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Awanish Kumar Awasthi appointed Principal Secretary to UP CM

Union Power Minister Piyush Goyal and the UP government have set a deadline of September 25, 2018 to make sure that every house in the state receives 24×7 supply of electricity. It has also been made a decision to change defective transformers within 48 hours not in 72 hours, the time fixed earlier, and 24 hours in urban areas.

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West Virginia law authorizes opioid antidotes at schools

It would cut spending for state colleges and universities and Medicaid for low-income residents. "We don't have a mayonnaise sandwich before us today", Justice said as the second lid was lifted showing a mayonnaise sandwich. The veto means the Legislature will have to be called into special session to pass a budget. Lawmakers now will have to return to try to resolve the disagreement.

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Trump says US not going to get involved in Syria

Trump's buildings on it, and a sugar figure of Mr. Trump, dressed like Superman with a money sign on his chest. TRUMP: I was sitting at the table. We were nearly finished. Along the way Bartiromo smiles gleefully at the cake detail, corrects him sagely over the Iraq gaffe, and asks whether the missiles were "unmanned?"-then calls that fact "brilliant".

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Trump security adviser urges Russian Federation to rethink Syria support

Only a week earlier, Tillerson had alarmed US allies by indicating the USA was no longer interested in pushing for Assad's removal from power. Russian Senator Alexey Pushkov said that the disappointment was "mutual" and suggested that Tillerson's comments were made to gain "leverage" in upcoming US-Russia talks.

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Inflation remains steady in March

Samuel Tombs, chief United Kingdom economist at Pantheon Macroeconomics, said: "March's CPI inflation rate comfortably exceeds the 2.1% anticipated by the MPC in February's Inflation Report, largely due to higher core goods prices". A more timely unemployment measure of the March claimant count showed a fall of 25,500 to 765,400, the Office for National Statistics said, with the claimant count rate of 2.2% up from 2.1%.

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Federal Task Force Softens Opposition To Routine Prostate Cancer Screening03:50

The Task Force's draft recommendation statement and draft evidence reviews have been posted for public comment on the Task Force Web site at www.screeningforprostatecancer.org from April 11 to May 8. Dr. Krist is an associate professor of family medicine and population health at Virginia Commonwealth University and an active clinician and teacher at the Fairfax Family Practice Residency.


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