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Kendrapara administrator extends support for man who lost both kidneys

Kendrapara: The Kendrapara District Administration came to the aid of Anil Kumar Pati, a 35-year-old man from Raghudeipur village in the district’s Derabish block, who lost both kidneys. Anil is the only winning member of a family of four, including his widowed mother, wife and 7-year-old daughter. However, the family …

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Vice-Chancellor of San Mateo accused of embezzlement

The Vice Chancellor of the San Mateo Community College District in California has been accused of embezzling taxpayer money, The news of Mercury reported Wednesday. The charges are the result of an ongoing corruption investigation by senior district officials. Jose Nuñez has pleaded not guilty to 15 felony counts, including …

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Psilocybin: UK Study Finds ‘Magic Mushroom’ Drug Can Be Used Safely to Treat Depression | Scientific and technological news

A groundbreaking British study found that the psychedelic drug psilocybin can be safely administered to patients and can be used to treat a range of mental health issues. Recreational use of the drug – isolated from the so-called “magic mushrooms” – led to its ban in the UK as a …

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Former Australian coach Glenn McGrath tests positive for COVID-19 ahead of Pink Test

Former Australian trainer Glenn McGrath tested positive for COVID-19 just three days before the start of the Pink Test in the Ashes at Sydney Cricket Ground (SCG). The Pink Test is performed annually at SCG in memory of McGrath’s late wife Jane, who died of breast cancer in 2008. The …

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Biden administration to continue cooperation with ISS until 2030

The United States will continue to work with other nations’ space programs on the International Space Station until 2030, NASA announced today. This will allow for an uninterrupted transition to a commercial space station (or stations!) In the late 2020s. Funds for the ISS have already been approved until 2024. …

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White House provides update on Biden administration’s COVID response

WHO leaders optimistic pandemic will slow down in 2022 Despite the “tsunami” of COVID-19 cases due to the spread of the Omicron variant, officials at the World Health Organization (WHO) are optimistic the virus “will subside” next year. “I am very concerned that Omicron, being more transmissible, circulating at the …

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Hundreds of hospice volunteers receive free membership to Welcome to Yorkshire

Melanie Moore (volunteer), Luen Thompson (CEO) & Barbara Green (volunteer) To celebrate the 10th anniversary of the children’s hospice, Welcome to Yorkshire has graciously offered the 353 Forget Me Not volunteers a free membership which includes the planting of a tree on their behalf. Welcome to Yorkshire President Peter Box …

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KIMS medics save the life of 12-year-old Shaurya, who received ECMO support for 65 days

Respiratory care doctors from KIMS, the country’s leading heart-lung transplant program, reported the full recovery of a 12-year-old boy from northern India who was airlifted to the ECMO therapy center for severe infection with covid. The team flew on a chartered craft to evacuate the child to its base in …

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Rupee – Weekly Wrap – Reliance Securities

Mr. Sriram Iyer, Senior Research Analyst at Reliance Securities TO SUM UP The Indian rupee finished stronger for the week as risk appetite improved as concerns about the economic impact of the Omicron variant of the coronavirus eased. The interbank sell-off of the USD / INR pair, the presence of …

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At NCRI-US conference, security expert says Biden administration could support internal opposition in Iran

Mr. David Shedd, Former Acting Director of the Defense Intelligence Agency, speaks at the “Policy Options to Address the Growing Iranian Threat – First 100 Days of Ebrahim Raisi” conference hosted by NCRI-United States in Washington , DC, December 15, 2021. NCRI-US’s new book “IRAN: IRGC’s Rising Drone Threat; A …

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