Perfect Gift: Virtual DJ Pro 8 Cracked Version

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Virtual DJ Pro 8 is the hottest AUDIO and VIDEO mixing software, targeting DJs from the bedroom, mobile, and professional superstars like Carl Cox. With its breakthrough BeatLock engine, songs will always stay in beat, and the DJ works their mixes incredibly faster than they ever could. The automatic seamless loop engine and synchronized sampler lets the DJ perform astounding remixes live, with no preparation at all. The visual representation and the cues allow a DJ to clearly see the song structure, and never be surprised by a break. The vinyl controls will let you scratch like on a real turntable, except that with the beatlock engine your scratches will never end out of the beat. Download Virtual DJ Pro 8 full version free today!

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Minimum system requirements:

  • Intel® Pentium® 4 or AMD Athlon™ XP
  • 1024×768 resolution
  • DirectX compatible soundcard
  • 512MB RAM
  • 50MB free on the hard drive


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Install Instructions:

  1. Download all the files below by clicking the download button

  2. Extract all the files using WinRAR or any extracting tool. It may take a while to extract so please be patient.

  3. Run setup file to start the installation process but after that please DO NOT run the program.

  4. Locate the Virtual DJ Pro 8 install directory which is usually located at : c:/Program Files/VirtualDJ unless you change it during the installation process.

  5. Copy virtualdj_pro file from the crack folder into your VirtualDJ folder replacing the old one

  6. You can now run the program with all the full features! Enjoy


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Health Ministry: Buhari Appointed Competent Professionals – CMA

Nigerian President Muhammadu Buhari

The Commonwealth Medical Association (CMA) has applauded President Muhammadu Buhari for appointing competent professionals as ministers to oversee the affairs of the health ministry.

The association gave the commendation in a statement signed by its Vice-President, Dr Osahon Enabulele.

Enabulele said that the appointment of Prof. Isaac Adewole and Dr Osagie Ehanire as Minister of Health and Minister of State for Health respectively would give the sector a new lease of life.

“Mr President’s appointment of the duo is undoubtedly a courageous and intelligent move to get competent, honest, experienced and broad-based professionals to administer the Federal Ministry of Health.

“It will also progressively re-engineer Nigeria’s health sector.

“I, therefore, wish to applaud Mr. President for appointing these fit and proper professionals with unquestionable pedigree and remarkable achievements.”

Enabulele, who is a former President of the Nigeria Medical Association (NMA), congratulated Adewole and Ehanire on their well-deserved appointments.

He also congratulated Dr Amina Shamaki who was appointed as the Permanent Secretary, Federal Ministry of Health.

He, however, urged the ministers to quickly settle down to work and handle the task of re-engineering Nigeria’s health sector.

“They must now address their minds to earnestly and sincerely tackle the numerous challenges facing Nigeria’s health sector.

“In this regard, it is my expectation that in formulating their programme of action, certain considerations will be made.

“These include the institution of an inclusive and participatory governance model in the health sector as well as an altruistic commitment to the 2014 National Health Act.

“They should also include strengthening, monitoring and evaluation of the institutions for delivering health services to Nigerians, while restoring public confidence, discipline, integrity, professionalism and best practices in Nigeria’s health institutions,” he said.

Enabulele also called for the expansion of Universal Health Coverage in the country by pursuing the much-awaited enactment of the National Health Insurance Commission Act.

According to him, this can also be done by strengthening the National Health Insurance Scheme.

“It will include the scaling up of its Community-Based Social Health Insurance component and the sincere exploration of other avenues to improve on the current dismal percentage of health coverage of Nigerians.”

He said that the issue of medical tourism should be addressed particularly via the implementation of the relevant provisions of the National Health Act.

He said that the Act had some provisions which restricted government’s funding for foreign medical treatment of political and public office holders.

Enabulele also charged the ministers to re-position the Nigeria’s Health Human Resource, with particular emphasis on the institution of robust and dynamic Health Human Resource Development Plan.

According to him, this will help to address issues such as appropriate training, retraining, improved welfare and competitive wages for medical doctors and other health workers.

Enabulele pledged the association’s partnership with the health ministry in efforts to execute the projects so as to enable them to meet the legitimate desires and expectations of Nigerians with regard to improved health care delivery.

Study: Alcoholism Drug May Detect Dormant HIV To Be Killed

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ATLANTA (CBS Atlanta) – A drug that is used to combat alcoholism may also be able to detect dormant HIV in the body, according to a new study.

Researchers gave the drug Antabuse, also sold as a generic disulfiram, to 30 HIV positive individuals who were also taking antiretroviral therapy (ART) AIDS drugs, as reported by Fox News.

When patients were given the highest dose of the drug, researchers found that “dormant HIV was activated” with no adverse effects.

Officials say detection of the dormant virus is only the first step, the next issue is killing it. HIV latency, the dormancy of the virus in the body, is a huge obstacle to finding a cure for the viral infection that has killed over 34 million people since the 1980s.

“Treatment for HIV is often called antiretroviral therapy or ART. It can dramatically prolong the lives of many people infected with HIV and lower their chance of infecting others. Before the introduction of ART in the mid-1990s, people with HIV could progress to AIDS in just a few years,” according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.

Researchers are still searching for the right balance of drugs to help “wake up” the virus in dormant cells and then destroy them.

Sharon Lewin, lead author of the study, says the toxicity of the drugs used to detect dormant HIV has been a major concern. However, researchers are optimistic as the use of disulfiram did not appear to cause this issue.

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Photo: Meet The Youngest Lawmaker In Nigeria

Hon. Engr Obinna Kingsley Onwubuariri is the youngest federal house member, representing Isiala Mbano/Onuimo Okigwe, Imo state Federal Constituency in the Federal House of Representatives.
He is 36 years old. He’s a renowned business mogul with interest in Importing, Retailing, Hotel, Real estate and Building. He defeated Hon Matthew Omegara and Mama Sure-P (Mrs Princess Mirian).continue to see more photos…
Recently, his office pulled a massive win, when he won the tribunal case against him. It could also be remembered that this case has constricted the level of progress this young man has in stock for Okigwe Northerners. Notwithstanding the parity between part lines, he has risen above hate, by helping all and sundry who come to him with problems.

Lagbaja unveils mask


Bisade Ologunde popularly known as (Lagbaja) has been hiding his face behind a mask since the early 90′s.

Lagbaja is a Yoruba word that means ‘Nobody In Particular’.

Lagbaja has said that his mask is an icon of man’s facelessness. The mask and the name symbolize the faceless,

the voiceless in the society, particularly in Africa. Finally, our curiosity to know who

Lagbaja is ended yesterday as a pictured alleged to be the man behind the mask surfaced on the internet.

lagbaja 2 Lagbaja Unveils Mask, Real Face Exposed [Photo]

NigerianEye gathered that On Saturday, September 29 Lagbaja’s Omole Estate, Lagos

home was visited by men of the underworld and valuables worth millions of naira was

carted away in the process, perhaps, pictures showing his face too? So far, the afrobeat

singer who is in far away United States has not confirmed if the face is actually his or if he is

the one that made the picture public or mandated someone to do so on his behalf. It is

however hard to ignore the striking similarities between this face and the masked one especially the lips, eyes and shape of chin.


L.A. Woman Suspected In Arson At ‘Mrs. Doubtfire’ Home

CBS Los Angeles

LOS ANGELES ( — Authorities say a Los Angeles resident has been arrested in connection with an arson at the home where the 1993 movie “Mrs. Doubtfire” was filmed.

Tyqwon Eugenen Welch, 25, was arrested just before 10 a.m. Wednesday in San Jose after arson investigators received information as to her location, according to San Francisco police.

Welch was booked on suspicion of arson, possession of an incendiary device, trespassing, attempted murder, and making criminal threats.

The accusations stem from the Jan. 1 fire at the home in the 2600 block of Steiner Street. It remains unclear what led police to suspect Welch in the incident.

Police said Welch was being held at the San Francisco County Jail.

No further details were provided in the case which remains under investigation.

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The Woman Behind ‘Big Eyes’ Speaks On Her Life Story: Video


EXCLUSIVE: First, a short video featuring Big Eyes painter Margaret Keane, and Amy Adams, who plays her in the Tim Burton-directed film scripted by Scott Alexander and Larry Karaszewski. Below that is an op-ed penned by Margaret, who at 87 is getting her due for all that artwork for which her late ex-husband Walter Keane stole credit and acclaim.[flv width=”580″ ratio=”16:9″ image=””][/flv]
Margaret Keane On Her Movie Close-Up:

At 87, it’s hard to believe that a movie just came out about my life. Granted, it would be strange to have happen at any age, but to be reliving so much of my past right here and now has been equal parts of strange, cathartic and humbling.

margaret keaneAs exciting as it is to see it all unfold on a big screen, I’d never have let it happen in the wrong hands. Given the bizarre nature of what happened between my…

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