Japanese princess to lose royal status after marrying commoner

TOKYO –  Japanese Emperor Akihito’s oldest grandchild, Princess Mako, said Sunday she is getting married to a university classmate who won her heart with bright smiles and sincerity. Mako and fiance Kei Komuro, both 25, said at a news conference that their relationship started when the princess sat behind him at a campus meeting five years ago at Tokyo’s International Christian University, where they graduated. “First I was attracted by his bright smiles like the sun,” Mako said, smiling shyly. They talked for the first time at the event for…

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Boeing declares victory in Airbus subsidies dispute

US aircraft manufacturer Boeing has won a victory in a long-running dispute with European rival Airbus. The World Trade Organization has reversed on appeal a ruling that Boeing received some state aid to help build its newest aircraft, the 777X. “The WTO has rejected yet another of the baseless claims the European Union has made,” Boeing said in a statement. However, Airbus said ‎”the ‘game’ is far from over” as other complaints over alleged aid are still to be resolved. The two aviation giants have been locked for years in…

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North Korea nuclear crisis: US seeks tough UN approach

The US envoy to the UN has urged the Security Council to take the “strongest possible measures” against North Korea after its latest nuclear test. “The time has come to exhaust all diplomatic means before it is too late,” Nikki Haley told an emergency meeting of the council in New York. The US will circulate a new draft Security Council resolution, hoping for a vote next Monday. South Korea is set to scrap a warhead weight limit on its own missiles. President Moon Jae-in agreed in a phone call with…

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Why online food delivery so important in our lives?

A recent study says one out of every four customers uses a food ordering app in their mobile. Online food delivery created a new wave in the Indian food industry. This trend first started in the urban communities. Now it has spread to all tier II, tier III cities, and towns as well. But why are customers embracing food delivery? In this corporate driven world time is an important factor. The corporate lives are programmed between 9 am to 5 pm. Students and working professionals staying away from home are…

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How to Avoid a Car Accident

Cars provide us with both convenience and freedom, as the whole world be accessed from inside the vehicle. However, they are also powerful machines that must be treated with both care and caution. Fortunately, there are many ways you can reduce the risk of a collision. Find out how to avoid a car accident. Focus on the Road Distracted driving can cause a significant number of accidents on the road, as many people can often be too busy using their mobile phone or involved in a conversation with a passenger….

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Trump makes policy pledge to senator investigating son’s Russia meeting

Donald Trump called a senior Republican senator from Iowa on Wednesday whose congressional committee is investigating his son, Donald Trump Jr, and promised him critical federal support for the biofuel ethanol, a key issue for the lawmaker. Chuck Grassley, the chairman of the Senate judiciary committee and a major advocate of the ethanol industry, announced on Twitter that he had received a phone call from Trump and had been assured by the US president that Trump was “pro ethanol” and was “standing by his campaign promise” to support the biofuel. The phone…

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First cancer ‘living drug’ gets go-ahead

The US has approved the first treatment to redesign a patient’s own immune system so it attacks cancer. The regulator – the US Food and Drug Administration – said its decision was a “historic” moment and medicine was now “entering a new frontier”. The company Novartis is charging $475,000 (£367,000) for the “living drug” therapy, which leaves 83% of people free of a type of blood cancer. Doctors in the UK said the announcement was an exciting step forward. The living drug is tailor-made to each patient, unlike conventional therapies…

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India doctor fight during operation goes viral

Two doctors in India were temporarily released from their duties after a video surfaced of them arguing while standing over a pregnant patient during an operation, their hospital says. Footage of the incident, at the Umaid hospital in north Rajasthan, has been widely circulated, causing outrage. A senior hospital official told the BBC that the woman and her baby are fine. The source of the leaked video is unclear, but the official confirmed that it came from within the hospital. Trading insults After the video emerged online, many media reports claimed the woman pictured…

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Rebuilding Yourself From an ACL Tear

One of the most common knee injuries among athletes and in the general population, the recovery from an ACL tear is anything but simple. An especially devastating injury for athletes at the top of their game, the long road to recovery involves both physical and psychological dimensions to it. Recovering from an ACL injury can take anywhere from a few weeks to a couple of months depending on the severity of the injury and treatment. It is not a cause for despair though. With the existing surgical procedures and rehabilitation,…

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Phentermine- The Appetite Suppressant

Phentermine, the generic name of Adipex is an excellent appetite suppressant that is used in the process of weight loss. It was first approved in the late 1950s. It effectively decreases the appetite and stimulates burning of calories. This compound is generally prescribed to those overweight people whose body–mass index (BMI) is above thirty. The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has approved this drug combined with another drug. It is considered as a controlled substance and it should be consumed under strict observations. Consumption of this drug stimulates certain chemicals…

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