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ANXIETY: A DAY IN THE LIFE What It's Like Living With A Debili...

My babysitter doesn't show up. On her first day. When I need her most. I hired her because of an anxiety relapse. I need help with the kids and with everything while I work on my recovery. She sends me a text that she has a prior scheduling ... Huffington Post Canada, 54 minutes ago

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Does Melania Trump Have What It Takes to Master First Lady Style?

Image Source: Getty / JEWEL SAMAD When I woke up the morning after Election Day to find that Donald Trump would be the next president of the United States , I cried. Then I signed online and covered the latest Instagram trend: DIY crop tops made ...
 PopSugar Australia1 day ago Donald Trump Has Appointed Jets Owner Woody Johnson To A Key Ambassadorship, Because Why Not  Dime Magazine1 day ago Why companies hire unqualified candidates, and how they can stop  Canadian Business Magazine17 hours ago Trump Now Claims Taxpayers Will Pay For His Great Wall But That Mexico Will Pay The U.S. Back Later  Dime Magazine2 weeks ago
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File photo of President Pranab Mukherjee. When the Central government allotted the bungalow that had been occupied by former President APJ Abdul Kalam to Union Tourism and Culture Minister Mahesh Sharma, many had complained that it was ...
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Devvarman backs Nagal in scathing letter to AITA

IMAGE: Somdev Devvarman of India. Photograph: Jonathan Moore/Getty Images Former India Davis Cupper Somdev Devvarman has come down heavily on the All India Tennis Association (AITA) for the treatment meted out to teenaged player Sumit Nagal. Why youngster Nagal was dropped from India's Davis Cup Defending Nagal, who has been dropped from the team for the upcoming New Zealand tie due to serious breach of discipline, and criticising AITA for publicly humiliating the player, Devvarman wrote in ...
 Rediff.com2 days ago India captain Amritraj says no action against Sumit Nagal  Rediff.com22 hours ago
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NI election: PM and Taoiseach urge respect during vote

From the section Northern Ireland Image copyright PA/Getty Image caption Theresa May and Enda Kenny discussed Stormont's political crisis on the phone on Monday night The UK and Irish prime ministers have urged politicians in Northern Ireland to be ...
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If you've had the average Indian upbringing, you grew up thinking that finding and keeping a spouse is one of the markers of adulthood. You probably never contemplated that as an adult, you might prefer to be by yourself or that you don't ...
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For Ashwin, Mahi is still boss. Here's why...

IMAGE: India's R Ashwin celebrates a wicket with Virat Kohli, MS Dhoni and Ajinkya Rahane. Photograph: Getty Images Off-spinner R Ashwin says Mahendra Singh Dhoni still holds the key for the Indian cricket team in terms of communication and he is looking forward to adjust to Virat Kohli's aggressive style of leadership. Shedding light on the difference in their approach to captaincy, Ashwin stated: "The difference is in communication. Virat likes attacking, picking wickets at the cost of some ...
 Rediff.com1 week ago 'No ego problem, Kohli can learn a lot from Dhoni'  Rediff.com2 weeks ago Revealed! Why Kohli was ignored from ICC 2016 Test Team  Rediff.com4 weeks ago Allan Lamb: 'Kohli looks absolutely brilliant'  Rediff.com1 month ago
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No Sir, confident Murray comfortable with being called 'Andy'

IMAGE: Andy Murray serves during a practice session ahead of the 2017 Australian Open. Photograph: Michael Dodge/Getty Images Losing five Melbourne Park finals would leave many believing they were destined to never win the Australian Open title but world number one Andy Murray remains confident that this could be the year he lays his demons to rest. Murray after all, has solid form on the blue hardcourts in Melbourne, where he is arguably the second-most consistent man at the tournament this ...
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Twitter is showing some users tweets from people they don't follow (Updated)

Image: getty images By 2017-01-11 20:13:28 UTC UPDATE: Jan. 11, 2017, 3:34 p.m. EST According to the Twitter, a bug caused the "Liked by ___ and # others" label to not display along with the tweets. The bug has been fixed and tweets in your ...
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The plan that Dillon, a partner at Morgan, Lewis & Bockius, laid out falls far short of what multiple legal experts say is necessary to comply with the Constitution. Even if Trump doesn't keep the profits from foreign governments booking rooms at ...
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