“I remember when I first came in the game, if a female of that stature had done a feature with me on it, I would only be singing their praises and saying, ‘Thank you.’ The first interview she did after ‘Motorsport’ came out, it really hurt me,” she explained during an interview with Beats 1’s Zane Lowe in April. “She looked so aggravated and angry. And the only thing she kept saying was, ‘Oh, I didn’t hear that, I didn’t hear her verse.’ I was like… ’What? ’” … [Read more...] about ‘B—, Don’t Talk S— About My Child!’: Eyewitness Details Cardi B’s Attack on Nicki Minaj
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NEW DELHI: AIIMS, which pioneered heart transplants in India, has now decided to conduct lung transplants too — making it the first hospital in the capital and the second public institution in the country to offer the procedure after PGIMER, Chandigarh. AIIMS had recently applied for a licence to conduct the life-saving surgery, which the health ministry granted. The institute is now screening potential candidates — patients with chronic, end-stage lung disease for whom no effective medical therapy exists — to prepare a waiting list. Dr Anant Mohan, professor and head of pulmonary medicine at AIIMS, said one patient had been selected for the surgery a few weeks ago but he died before the transplant could be carried out. “We are preparing a list of two to three other potential candidates,” he added. Lung transplant, like a heart transplant, can only be carried out with organ donated by a deceased donor. Till date, only about 4,000 such transplants have been … [Read more...] about AIIMS offers Delhi’s first lung transplant
In Nigeria, Sharia has been instituted as a main body of civil and criminal law in nine Muslim-majority states, and in some parts of three Muslim-plurality states since 1999, when then-Zamfara State governor Ahmad Sani Yerima began the push for the institution of Sharia at the state level of government. (Wikipedia) … [Read more...] about Today In History: Sharia was established in the predominantly Muslim state of Zamfara
Under "privacy and safety," you can make sure the "protect your tweets" option is selected. This makes sure only accepted followers on an account can see and reply to messages. The "Location" setting should be disabled, which prevents GPS and location-based information from being tagged on to tweets. Twitter's "Direct Messages" tab includes the options to allow or disallow direct messages from non-followers, enable a "quality" message feature to reduce spam, and "discoverabilty" -- which links email addresses and phone numbers to an account for search purposes. Under "safety," you can select whether or not to mask public content that is deemed sensitive. Instagram: Instagram -- also known colloquially as Insta -- is a platform for chatting and sharing both videos and pictures. Content can be uploaded, filters applied, images and video can be shared publicly, and the app likely owns its massive user base to mobile photography. … [Read more...] about Cybersecurity: A guide for parents to keep kids safe online
We pay for your stories! Do you have a story for The Sun Online news team? Email us at [email protected] or call 0207 782 4368 . You can WhatsApp us on 07810 791 502. We pay for videos too. Click here to upload yours. … [Read more...] about What is Fortnite’s age rating certificate, how many kids play the video game and what are parent concerns?
The commissioner added that suspected cases in various health facilities should be withdrawn from Ribavirin, an antiviral medication used to treat RSV infection, hepatitis C and some viral hemorrhagic fevers. … [Read more...] about Lassa fever claims one life in Kaduna
Pompeii was an ancient Roman city near modern Naples, in the Campania region of Italy. It was destroyed, along with the Roman town of Herculaneum and many villas in the surrounding area, and buried under volcanic ash in the eruption of Mount Vesuvius in 79 AD. The violent explosion killed the city's inhabitants, with the site lost for around 1,500 years until its initial redsicovery in 1599 and broader redesicovery almost 150 years after that. The thermal energy released from Vesuvius was said to be a hundred thousand times that of the nuclear blasts at Hiroshima-Nagasaki. The remains beneath the city have been preserved for more than a millenium due to the lack of air and moisture in the ground. During excavations, plaster was injected into the voids in the ash layers that once held human bodies, allowing scientists to recreate their exact poses at the time of their deaths. Mount Vesuvius is arguably the most dangerous volcano on earth. It had been inactive for almost a century … [Read more...] about Vesuvius eruption was so hot it turned a man’s brain to GLASS during destruction of Pompeii
No wonder, life expectancy in Nigeria, is today as low as just 54.49 years. We can embarrassingly compare to say our neighbours Togo at 60.85 years, Benin Republic at 61.61 years and Ghana at 63.91 years. In the case of Rwanda, it is 68.75 years, 71.90 years for Egypt and 75.76 years for Brazil. Going much further, it is 76.07 years for Malaysia and not to mention 83.53 years for Singapore. … [Read more...] about Finland’s marvel, Nigeria’s palavers and the challenge of generational power shift
“It’s tough to be a teacher and it’s tough to be in education,” said Vladovic, whose long career includes participating in a strike as a teacher and dealing with later walkouts as an administrator. “I think there’s now a real sense that people need to listen to what teachers are saying about the classroom. I think that’s a good thing. I will never say a strike is good for anything, but if that’s what it takes to move a system, then so be it.” … [Read more...] about The teachers’ strike gripped LA for 6 days. A year later, what are the results?
The families decided to make the videos public now, in light of the publicity surrounding the weekend rescue of Army Sgt Bowe Bergdahl, who was freed from Taliban custody in exchange for the release of five high-level Taliban suspects at Guantánamo Bay, Cuba. The families say they are disappointed that their children and grandchild were not freed as part of the same deal but are still holding out hope for the US and Canadian governments to secure their release on humanitarian grounds. … [Read more...] about Videos released of western couple held in Afghanistan in wake of Bergdahl deal