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Andhra Pradesh: Battle between Chandrababu Naidu and PM Narendra Modi intensifies

Andhra Pradesh: Battle between Chandrababu Naidu and PM Narendra Modi intensifies

On Monday, TDP MP Dr Siva Prasad dressed up as Hindu god Krishna as his party was protesting against the Centre demanding special status for Andhra Pradesh near the Mahatma Gandhi statue in Parliament. "Under what moral right did Chief Minister N Chandrababu Naidu sell Andhra Pradesh's interests by trading SCS for the so-called "special package" - details of which are unknown?" It is absolutely senseless to ask that, if other states are being given, why aren't giving to Andhra Pradesh.


Doctors Protest After Wrong Patient Gets Brain Surgery

Doctors Protest After Wrong Patient Gets Brain Surgery

Staff from nurses to the CEO have been suspended at a Nairobi hospital after the wrong patient underwent brain surgery. "The public should not be confused [by] the misleading information. The hospital board announced last evening that the auditors, PricewaterhouseCoopers, would be required to give an authoritative and comprehensive report about how such a grave mix-up was allowed to happen.


Australia rounds off 118-run win over South Africa

Australia rounds off 118-run win over South Africa

South Africa were set a hugely imposing target of 417 after they polished off Australia's second innings by dismissing Pat Cummins early on day four. With light being a concern, Australia delayed the use of the second new ball and continued with the spinners and when the score was 293 for nine, the officials made a decision to take the players off the field.


Critically ill man 'former Russian spy'

Critically ill man 'former Russian spy'

The BBC named Skripal as the man who was found along with a woman in her 30s, believed to be known to him, on a bench in a shopping centre on Sunday. But in July 2010, Skripal was pardoned by then-Russian President Dmitry Medvedev as part of a prisoner swap involving 10 Russian spies arrested by the U.S.


Opioid Overdoses In Children Doubled Over 10 Years

Opioid Overdoses In Children Doubled Over 10 Years

Those age 12 to 17 made up 60 percent of opioid overdose admissions; the second-largest group was between one and five years old. And findings from the new study , she wrote, "highlight the need for pediatricians to engage in this critical work to combat the ongoing opioid crisis in our country".