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Orissa POST (India) 09/20/2019 07:25
Dharakote: Lack of adequate infrastructure in co-operative societies coming under Dharakote block of Ganjam district continues to pose challenge for local farmers. It is especially the case for registered members of co-operative bodies coming under Aska Central Cooperative Society. There are fifteen cooperative societies under Dharakote branch. However, the revenue department has earmarked a patch […]
Lancet 09/20/2019 07:18
Stroke can be a devastating complication of surgery, with few effective strategies for detection or prevention. Overt stroke (ie, stroke with clinically apparent manifestations) occurs in approximately 0·1–1·0% of patients undergoing non-cardiac surgery and is associated with a higher mortality than that in patients who did not have a stroke.1 In the non-surgical setting, covert stroke is more common than overt stroke and is associated with cognitive decline.2 However, the incidence and sequelae of covert stroke in the perioperative setting remain unknown.
Zero Hedge 09/20/2019 07:18
Is WeWork A Fraud? Authored by Henry Hawksberry, first published on. So in a nutshell, this is what we know about this charade so far:. Its not a technology company in any way, shape or form. No income is derived from the sale of a product or service delivered by a technology. They owe $47 billion in lease commitments. Claiming WeWork is a technology company is one of the many indicators that illustrate how Adam & Miguel intentionally seek to mislead and defraud existing & potential future retail investors. The product is the easiest to replicate and there isn’t one barrier to entry. When asked what inspired him to create a shared workspace company, Adam said that when he was growing up in Israel he used to live in a Kibbutz and was so mesmor.
SAS Blogs 09/20/2019 07:17
Put simply, data literacy is the ability to derive meaning from data. That seems like a straightforward proposition, but, in truth, finding relationships in data can be fraught with complexities, including: Understanding where the data came from, including the lineage or source of that data. Ensuring that the data meet compliance [...]. was published on by.

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