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Australian police find ‘up to’ five bodies in a house in Bedford

Up to five bodies have been found in a house in suburb of Perth, according to police in Western Australia. The dead include women and children. Assistant commissioner Paul Steele said the incident was “tragic” but that there were no ongoing safety concerns.   He said officers made the discovery on Coode Street in Bedford after a man attended a ...

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Identifying empty calories

At some point or the other, you all must have been advised not to binge on empty calories. Packaged foods found in grocery stores are full of empty calories which means that such foods have a negligible amount of nutritional value but a high content of added or artificial sugar. ‘Empty’ literally means ‘containing nothing.’ These foods fill your body ...

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New iPhones aim for momentum in sputtering smartphone market

Apple is set to unveil new iPhones, aiming to gain fresh momentum in the premium segment of a global smartphone market showing signs of fatigue.   In its usual secretive style, Apple has remained mum about revelations planned for Wednesday’s event at its spaceship campus in Silicon Valley, but the timing fits its pattern of annually introducing new iPhone models.  ...

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Attack on checkpoint in western Afghanistan kills 9

An Afghan official says insurgents have attacked a checkpoint in the western Herat province, killing at least nine Afghan security forces and wounding another six. Gelani Farhad, the provincial governor’s spokesman, says the attack late Saturday ignited a gunbattle in which around 10 insurgents were killed and five wounded. He says the attack was likely carried out by the Taliban, ...

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China’s trade surplus with US hits record $31 billion

Beijing, Sep 9 : China’s trade surplus with the United States widened to a record $31 billion in August as exports surged despite American tariff hikes, potentially adding fuel to President Donald Trump’s battle with Beijing over industrial policy. Exports to the United States rose 13.4 percent to $44.4 billion, ticking up from July’s 13.3 percent growth, according to customs ...

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Bangladesh shelters Rohingyas on humanitarian grounds: PM Sheikh Hasina

Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina said Bangladesh shelterd Rohingyas, who fled Myanmar, on humanitarian grounds. Prophet Muhammad  (SM) advised for standing beside helpless people, the premier said.   Over 11 lakh Rohingyas have been sheltered in Cox’s Bazar Rohingya camps. Now, Rohingyas should be returned to their own redinence, the  premier said.   After coming in power, we have done many ...

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India 174-6 against England at close, 158 runs behind

India were 174 for six in reply to England’s first-innings 332, a deficit of 158 runs, at stumps on the second day of the fifth Test at the Oval on Saturday.   Test debutant Hanuma Vihari was 25 not out, with Ravindra Jadeja unbeaten on eight.  India suffered a huge blow before the close when captain and star batsman Virat ...

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Hills in peril for lack of effective conservation plan: Experts

Dhaka, Sept 9 : Most hills across the country are facing serious destruction due to human interventions like random earth cutting, tree chopping and unplanned construction of structures and for lack of an effective plan to protect those, expert said. Talking to  environment expert and executive director of Bangladesh Centre for Advance Studies Dr Atiq Rahman, Poribesh Bachao Andolon (Poba) ...

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Aloo Tikki Chaat – A dish to savour during Monsoon

Make the most of being stuck inside with this fun and delicious treat. You’ll love to enjoy it on a rainy day. Just as delicious as the classic. It’s the perfect solution to an evening snack party during monsoon. A cup of hot tea or coffee paired with this yummy dish while looking at the downpour is very relaxing and ...

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