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Shab-e-Meraj was observed across the Texas

Shab-e-Meraj was observed across the Texas Shab-e-Meraj was observed across the Dallas & Houston with religious fervor, great respect and devotion. Here is Geo News coverage by Raja Zahid Khanzada ہیوسٹن اور ڈیلس کی مختلف مساجدوں اور اسلامک سینٹرز میں شب معراج کی رات محا فلوں کا انعقاد ہوا جیو نیوز  پر کل رات نشر کی جانے والی رپورٹ: راجہ …

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Immunotherapy vaccine to treat food allergens Showing Promise among mice.

Immunotherapy vaccine to treat food allergens Showing Promise among mice. DETROIT: Researchers have come up with an immunotherapy vaccine that happens to treat food allergens, at least among mice. The think tank at the University of Michigan’s Mary H. Weiser Food Allergy Center, reached to a conclusion that immunizing peanut allergic mice can redirect how immune cells responded to peanuts …

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U.S. preparing new sanctions against Russia, rules out talks with Assad, Haley

U.S. preparing new sanctions against Russia, rules out talks with Assad, Haley U.S. Ambassador to the United Nations Nikki Haley says that the U.S. coalition’s goal in responding to Syria’s suspected chemical attack in the city of Douma was “not to start a war” and “not to kill people.” She also said the U.S. would “never” agree to direct talks …

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FEMA praises Houston’s new floodplain regulations

Federal Emergency Management Agency officials are praising Houston’s new rules on building in flood-prone areas, a week after the City Council took a contentious 9-7 vote on the issue. All new construction in the city’s floodplains will have to be built two feet above the projected water level in a 500-year storm throughout the 500-year floodplain, the area at risk …

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Want a new trash bin? Under City Hall plan, it could cost you

The city of Houston is considering billing residents for new trash and recycling bins in an effort to recoup the cost of replacing thousands of the black and green cans each year. If approved by City Council, it would cost roughly $74 to get a new trash or recycling bin more than once a decade, and $40 to have a …

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Arlington Police Arrest 4 People After Two Separate Road Rage Incidents

Fire investigators in Fort Worth say a disabled man, believed to be in his 60’s, was rescued from a burning home by a good Samaritan. The fire started Saturday afternoon in the 5700 block of Truman Drive. When firefighters arrived, the home was fully involved. Investigators say a BBQ grill was left burning in the backyard and high winds spread …

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Disabled Man Rescued From Fire by Good Samaritan

Four people are now facing charges after two separate road rage incidents in Arlington. Police Chief Will Johnson tweeted out a photo on Friday night showing a gun and illegal drugs. Chief Johnson said “Great job by our South Retail District Unit for responding to a road rage incident and recovering a gun used in the offense, illicit drugs, and …

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Gmail’s-web-redesign-adds-new-features

(Web Desk) – Google is working on a big redesign for Gmail on the web. Leaked screenshots reveal what’s in store for browser users, including a number of new features that are currently only available inside Google’s mobile apps. A report claimed that the redesign will bring a cleaner, fresher look that adopts the Material Design guidelines Google uses for …

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Facebook CEO’s compensation jumps to $8.9 million as security costs soar

(Reuters) – Facebook Inc (FB.O) Chief Executive Mark Zuckerberg’s compensation rose 53.5 percent to $8.9 million in 2017, a regulatory filing showed on Friday, largely due to higher costs related to the 33-year old billionaire’s personal security. About 83 percent of the compensation represented security-related expenses, while most of the rest were tied to Zuckerberg’s personal usage of private aircraft. …

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Many adults don’t know signs of eating disorders

(Online) – “I must have been in denial – I was in denial,” says Lynda Kent, whose daughter developed an eating disorder 15 years ago at the age of 19. “I didn’t want to see there was a problem, until her sister made it very clear that we had a problem.” Lynda says she knew nothing about eating disorders back …

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