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Prince died of painkiller overdose, medical examiner says

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CHICAGO — Pop legend Prince, who was found dead in his home in a Minneapolis suburb in late April, died from an accidental overdose of painkillers, a medical examiner revealed after an autopsy.

A law-enforcement official Thursday said that tests show the 57-year-old Pop icon died of an opioid overdose.

The medical examiner gave few other details, with the sheriff’s department in Minnesota’s Carver County still investigating.

Prince was found dead at his Paisley Park estate on April 21, days after his private plane made an emergency landing that was also reportedly due to a painkiller overdose.

Federal authorities, including the Drug Enforcement Administration, have been involved in an investigation into Prince’s death.

A California doctor who treats painkiller addiction, Howard Kornfeld, had been urgently making plans to treat Prince when the artist died, the specialist’s lawyer said last month.

Dr Kornfeld’s son Andrew had arrived at Paisley Park to explain the treatment to Prince when he discovered his lifeless body and called the 911 emergency line for help.

Prince had appeared to be healthy to the public and was famous for his marathon performances in which he would play for hours or put on two shows in a night.

But the singer underwent hip surgery in 2010 and was famously private about his personal life.

Prince, whose full name was Prince Rogers Nelson, did not leave a will, and his multi-million-dollar estate including royalties from his more than 30 albums is being handled by a court.

The songwriter’s hits included Purple Rain and When Doves Cry.

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Govt to present its policies and programmes Monday

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KATHMANDU — The government is preparing to present its policies and programs for the fiscal year 2018/19 at the Federal Parliament on Monday.

According to Joint Spokesperson at the Federal Parliament Secretariat Keshav Aryal, all preparations are over for the release of the government policies and programs to be made by the President Bidya Devi Bhandari from New Baneshwor-based Federal Parliament Building at 4:00 pm Monday.

President Bhandari would unveil the government policies and programs for the first time in the joint meeting of the Federal Parliament after the promulgation of the new constitution.

As per the constitution, the President can address any of the House meeting or the joint meeting of the Federal Parliaments and summon the lawmakers for their presence.

Vice President, top leaders of different political parties, high-ranking government officials, chiefs of the constitutional bodies, chiefs of the security bodies and chiefs of the diplomatic missions in Nepal are invited for the program.

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