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Congress say that they viewed me only as an actress, says Khushbu Sundar after joining BJP

New Delhi [India], October 13 (ANI): A day after joining the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP), actor-turned-politician Khushbu Sundar on Tuesday said before quitting the Congress, the party perceived her only as an actress.

“Till now they (Congress) say that they saw me only as an actress. Didn’t they see me as an actress when I was going all around from Kanyakumari to Delhi, Kolkata to Bihar, Andhra Pradesh, Telangana and MP? Now I quit Congress and they say I am just an actress,” said Sundar here at a press conference.

“It shows their thinking. A Thinking of ego and male chauvinism – that a woman should not be intelligent, that a woman should not rise to the top level in her own capacity. Even if she is at the top, she should act like a fool,” she added.

Earlier today, she said that she wanted to give a befitting reply

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Doctor Britt Baker DMD Looks Back On A Year Of AEW Dynamite

This week All Elite Wrestling is celebrating their first year on television with an anniversary edition of AEW Dynamite, one where every title will be defended, in their usual time slot of 8 p.m. ET, Wednesday on TNT. In the past year, one of the stars who’s become a big name in pro wrestling thanks to AEW is Doctor Britt Baker DMD. At first, AEW seemed determined to make the wrestling dentist their top female babyface. Pretty soon, however, she turned to the dark side and became the biggest heel in the women’s division (which is no small feat with competition like Nyla Rose, Penelope Ford, and the Dark Order’s Anna Jay). We sat down with the good doctor to talk about this first year of AEW Dynamite, what fans can do to help out the women’s division, and who inspires her as a wrestler.

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Tired of up one day, down the next?

  • Yesterday was a down day for the currencies & metals.

  • China puts the kyboshes on further renminbi appreciation, for now… 

Good day, and a Tom Terrific and Manfred the Wonder Dog day to you! Looky there, I remembered! Amazing things happen every day, and me remembering something from last week, is one of them! I can recall things that went on 10 years ago, but I can’t even begin to tell you what I wrote about last week! UGH! Well, as I told you yesterday, I have lymphedema in my legs, and they’re going to send me to a lymphedema therapist… this is getting crazy folks! As I was telling my good friend, Dennis Miller last night, the deck is stacked against me once again… But the dealer doesn’t know who he’s dealing cards to! Man, have I got a treat for you today! Yes, you’ll have to get through

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How milling, scanning can become an asset for your patients

I’m a quote guy. Of all the quotes I’ve saved, loved, and lived by, this “Vanilla Sky” quote is my favorite. Of all the years I’ve been in practice, and all that 2020 has brought our way, I’m thinking you may be hoping you find that minute sooner rather than later. Friends, I wish you could see me smiling right now. It’s not often I can say what I’m about to say — but I’m going to deliver that minute.

Data show upward of 85% of patients prefer single-visit dentistry. Of that number, 67% would travel for it and, in fact, would change dentists for it. Additionally, 50% would pay more for it. And, for your information, single-visit dentistry is the No. 1 requested technology we have. In other words, if you’re a believer in single-visit dentistry, you are in the right insider’s group!

Technology geek

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Weekly Ponderings: People brought character and culture to Peace River (Part 8)

Over the past few launchings of Ponderings, we travelled the Peace River and worked the land in the Peace Country. The river and the land have defined this area – from their esthetics to their practicality, both of which history suggests were, and remain, drawing cards for those contemplating living in an environment beyond a big city, with many amenities those larger areas boast. The area attracted all manner of people – continues to do so to add to the already diverse population.

Dr. Leslie Robinson, a dentist, is one of those, who saw the advantages of living and practising in northern Alberta in the early years. The Peace River was his highway. A few years after his arrival in the Peace Country, he used it to outreach his dental practice in Fort Vermilion, initially at the behest of Dr. Harold A. Hamman, the physician for the First Nations people

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Disgruntled patient sent back to prison for stalking his dentist

  • Thomas Baddeley, 42, was jailed in 2019 for stalking dentist Dr Ian Hutchinson
  • He was ‘plotting revenge’ over his treatment at private practice the Smile Lounge
  • Released from prison last month but police have seen him near surgery again
  • Baddeley admitted stalking and possessing a knife and will be sentenced at Cardiff Crown court
Thomas Baddeley, 42, spent four years trailing orthodontist Dr Ian Hutchinson, 53, to plot revenge over his dental treatment at his private practice called the ‘Smile Lounge’

An resentful patient was arrested for stalking his dentist – just weeks after being released from prison for having a ‘murder kit’ in his car.

Thomas Baddeley, 42, spent four years trailing orthodontist Dr Ian Hutchinson, 53, to plot revenge over his dental treatment at his private practice called the ‘Smile Lounge’.

The former patient kept a crossbow, mask and kitchen knife hidden in his car which he planned

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Will Jeff Van Drew’s pledge to Trump sink him? Amy Kennedy banks on it


Rep. Jeff Van Drew is one of only two democrats in the country to vote against the impeachment inquiry.


Rep. Jeff Van Drew dispensed with any subtlety last December when he sat next to President Donald Trump in the White House as a newly converted Republican.

“You have my undying support — always,” he told Trump, extending his hand to shake the president’s.

That moment and Van Drew’s defection from the Democratic Party thrust a sleepy swing district in South Jersey into the national spotlight on the eve of Trump’s impeachment.

As Trump Republicans cheered, Van Drew was a refugee from Democratic extremism and a sign of broader, bipartisan misgivings about the impeachment crusade. It was a move, he argued, that was in step with his voters in New Jersey’s 2nd Congressional District. 

“I believe that this is just a better fit for me,” he told Trump.

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Dental treatment inaccessible for many low-income earners

Juliet Gray, special care dentist at the Canterbury District Health Board, with patient Stephen Mudgway, who uses a wheelchair and has multiple sclerosis.


Juliet Gray, special care dentist at the Canterbury District Health Board, with patient Stephen Mudgway, who uses a wheelchair and has multiple sclerosis.

Christchurch wheelchair user Stephen Mudgway says even if he could afford it, access to dental care is ‘’literally and financially impossible’’.

Mudgway has multiple sclerosis and has needed to use a wheelchair for the last 10 years. He’s one of many New Zealander’s struggling to get adequate dental care – a problem health professionals say is leading to a resurgence in intensive care admissions and third-world oral health problems.

”You go to a normal dentist and you’re lucky to get in the door, even ones which say they are wheelchair friendly have a lip and you can’t get an electric wheelchair over those,” Mudgway said.

”You’re stuck where you can go, if you go into the hospital the rooms are big and the chair is movable

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St. Joseph County commissioner race features two who formerly worked behind the scenes | Elections

The District 3 seat on the Board of Commissioners seat became a hinge for the county GOP in 2012.

That was the year a Republican won the seat, giving the party a majority on the board for the first time in recent memory. Now Deb Fleming is defending the seat she helped to win for her party.

Fleming, 60, a longtime Mishawaka dentist, has become well known in local Republican politics over the past decade and during the past six years as commissioner.

She serves as vice president of the board and consistently votes with Kostielney to approve projects and expenditures often opposed by Thomas, such as on matters related to a new county finance software system, the industrial complex plan and the leaf program.

Her opponent is well known locally, too. Democrat Hodge Patel, 47, of South Bend, was an area representative for former U.S. lawmakers for more than

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Over half of voters expect violence, disagree on election legitimacy


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WASHINGTON – Bill Fry, 61, is a supporter of President Donald Trump in rural Ohio who doesn’t share much in common politically with Matt Edelman, 29, a Joe Biden backer in Brooklyn, New York.

Except this: They both worry about the legitimacy of the upcoming presidential election and fear an outcome that appears tainted could heighten the nation’s already frayed psyche and exacerbate violence in the streets.

They’re not alone. A new poll shows a large swath of Americans harbor deep reservations about the election results weeks before Election Day and are concerned about what actions people might resort to as a consequence.

The YouGov poll of 1,999 registered voters found that nearly half – 47% – disagree with the idea that the election “is

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