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Asked Wade to have lunch with me after they lose: Jadeja

Asked Wade to have lunch with me after they lose: Jadeja

Smith and Warner took Australia to 144 for the loss of just one wicket, but Kuldeep's post-lunch spell turned the favour of the opening day, and Wade admitted Australia had squandered their positive start. A fired-up Pat Cummins made a decision to test Jadeja's resolve by unleashing a barrage of bouncers, one even striking the batsman on his arm and ricocheting onto the helmet grille. Read More

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Rockville rape suspect to plead "not guilty"

US Immigration and Customs enforcement says suspect Henry Sanchez-Milian was found by a border patrol agent in Texas in August of a year ago. He was eventually released to live with his father. He was detained for 12 days before being placed with the Health and Human Services' Office of Refugee Resettlement, but ICE later relocated him to Maryland to join his father. Read More

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North Carolina faces $3.76 billion loss if anti-trans law stays

PayPal, Deutsche Bank, the NCAA, and Lionsgate all pulled out of the state after the bill's introduction, with performers such as Bruce Springsteen, Ringo Starr, and Bryan Adams boycotting North Carolina amid the law's introduction. The revelation contradicts the state GOP's stance that the law has not hurt the state's economy. Still, other measures show North Carolina has a healthy economy estimated at more than $500 billion a year. Read More

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Trump notches his 13th golf course visit

Tickets to the event are being sold as Mr. Trump is pushing the golf course into the spotlight, with reporters and photographers in tow on Saturday for a daylong visit. On late Sunday morning, Trump headed back to the club where the White House said the he took three meetings. However, it's no secret that Trump might have also used the time to play golf. Read More

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A Judge Throws Out Phaedra Parks' Divorce From Apollo Nida

A Judge Throws Out Phaedra Parks' Divorce From Apollo Nida

In the docs - obtained by TMZ - hizzoner also said he was troubled Apollo was given the impression he would attend future divorce hearings from prison, which was always out of the question. He is engaged to Sherien Almufti. Only, it appears that Nida's little 8-year jail sentence for his part in a financial fraud scheme involving bank, mail, wire fraud, and ID theft of more than 50 people has gotten in the way of her motion, again. Read More

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Sheriff: ICE arrests immigrants reporting for labor detail

A spokesman for the federal agency that oversees immigration enforcement said its agents will continue to refer to themselves as "police", even though Hartford cops and the city's mayor are asking them to stop. "We don't have any evidence of that, that this has been done in a retaliatory way", Garcetti has said. Washington County had seven requests, No. 7 on the list. Read More

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Thousands evacuated as cyclone bears down on Australia

Police blamed the wild weather associated with the storm for a traffic accident in which a 31-year-old female tourist died. "Communities between Cape Tribulation and Proserpine are urged to prepare now for a potential crossing anytime between late Sunday and early Tuesday, but the most likely scenario is for the cyclone to make landfall between Cairns and Townsville on Monday", said Gunn. Read More

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Johnson, Rahm reach Match Play final

Johnson, who lost to Noren in the first round of the 2013 WGC Match Play, answered with birdies at 13, 15 and 16 to seal the win. Rahm had been in the clubhouse for 45 minutes by the time Johnson's match finished after the Spaniard enjoyed a late run of four birdies in five holes to see off Haas. Read More

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World's largest dinosaur footprint found in Australia's

World's largest dinosaur footprint found in Australia's "Jurassic Park"

However, the results of these new investigations, now published in the Memoir of the Society of Vertebrate Paleontology , indicate that the tracks belong to 21 different types of dinosaurs - a "globally unparalleled " discovery. For some tracks, the scientists also made casts out of flexible silicon, which can later be used to produce museum replicas of the prints. His team worked in the area for more than five years. Read More

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No problems for England as they stroll past Lithuania at Wembley

No problems for England as they stroll past Lithuania at Wembley

In the second half, then England continued to press and Sterling got tangled up trying to convert a Ryan Bertrand cross and on the other side Kyle Walker's delivery asked just too much of Alli at the far post. It's a young team today, and he'll get better. "We'd like to have scored five or six but we didn't". He scored a brilliant individual victor in the 2-1 victory over Arsenal in December and two weeks later won a penalty against Hull City with a thrusting run that led to 71st-minute ... Read More

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Steve Smith calls Murali Vijay a 'F***** Cheat'

Steve Smith calls Murali Vijay a 'F***** Cheat'

Australia captain Steve Smith was caught on camera, apparently calling India's Murali Vijay "f****** cheat" after the latter claimed to have taken a catch which turned out to be not out. "That's for other people to comment on, not me". "No, I mean having fielded in slips and close to the bat, sometimes, you are not a 100 percent sure". Read More

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London attacker not linked to IS or al-Qaida

London attacker not linked to IS or al-Qaida

Masood was born in southern England in 1964 as Adrian Elms, and took the name Adrian Ajao after his stepfather, whom his mother married when he was a small child. Nine people have so far been released without charge, while a 32-year-old woman arrested in Manchester remains on police bail until late March. He crashed the vehicle before later stabbing an on-duty police officer in the grounds of Parliament. Read More

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Sydney professor stopped from leaving China

This implies that in this case, Chinese authorities regard Feng as a Chinese citizen and therefore not entitled to Australian consular support. It was the second time in as many days that the prominent Sydney-based academic and China expert had been blocked from boarding a flight, but he said it "wasn't convenient" to say who exactly was detaining him - a common euphemism used in China when people are unable to talk freely. Read More

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United Kingdom targets WhatsApp encryption after London attack

This debate is the latest chapter in a long string of similarly themed events: YouTube facing increasing pressure from companies over the inadvertent pairing of advertisements with controversial videos, Google recently promising stricter policy enforcement and more control for brands, and Facebook, Twitter, and Google also having faced lawsuits over their roles in facilitating communications between and within terrorist organizations. Read More

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Ozil expects decision on Arsenal future 'soon'

Ozil expects decision on Arsenal future 'soon'

Ozil didn't feature in Germany's 1-0 win against England on Wednesday as the Arsenal number 10 missed out on the chance to take on some familiar faces in the worldwide friendly between the two bitter rivals. "I have a contract until 2018 in London and I feel very comfortable there". That win maintains England's unbeaten record in the 2018 World Cup qualifiers as they remain on top of Group F with a four-point lead. Read More

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Facebook pulls Messenger from Windows Phone 8

That is, the app is going to be obsolete and no more usable. We regret to inform you that since the end of March, the app version you're using is no longer supported and you cannot send and receive messages. Another big shocker comes from Facebook itself. Not only do they find it harder to find love, but they will soon also have Facebook Messenger pulled from under their feet. Read More

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Dubai police boast off world's fastest patrol with Bugatti Veyron

Dubai police boast off world's fastest patrol with Bugatti Veyron

It has been officially declared by the Guinness Book of World Records. Besides having a top speed of 407 km/h, the Bugatti Veyron is powered by a 1,000-horsepower, 16-cylinder engine and goes from 0 to 97 km/h in just 2.5 sec. It has come to the attention of various vehicle brands and dealerships the need to pitch their "wheels" to the Dubai police fleet, most because they see it as an opportunity to market their brands. Read More

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Google Play Store gets a 'Free App of the Week' section

Google Play Store gets a 'Free App of the Week' section

Now you can download this app absolutely free, whereas its normal price of the app is $2.99. As it stands the free app will is "Card Wars - Adventure Time " which is ending in a few days. This makes Google's decision to add a special free app of the week section a huge help for users looking to snag great deals on apps. Now, Google Play is adding a new section dubbed "Free App of the Week" which will highlight the weekly offer on popular apps. Read More

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Watch the Bentley Flying Spur W12 S in a gigapixel Dubai

Watch the Bentley Flying Spur W12 S in a gigapixel Dubai

Placing a NASA-grade camera at a height of 264 metres atop one of the Dubai's tallest buildings, the Cayan Tower, Bentley captured a gripping landscape image of the world's fastest growing city. Downloading the finished image took 18 hours. Powering the Flying Spur W12 S is a 6.0-litre, twin-turbo W12 engine which produces 626 bhp and 820Nm of torque. Read More

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Mississippi State is Final Four Bound!

Mississippi State is Final Four Bound!

The Bulldogs are unburdened with Elite Eight shortcomings. "It starts with Morgan". If you try to go over the top, they were moving and bringing up the screen a little higher, so when she caught the ball, she was just pulling it. The Lady Bears eventually evened the score, sending the game of 24 lead changes to overtime. Mulkey played at Louisiana Tech and was an assistant coach with Gary Blair at the school and then an associate head coach before becoming head coach at Baylor in 2000. Read More

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Drogheda asked to just switch off for 'Earth Hour'

People turn off the lights as a way to save energy for an entire hour and raise consciousness. From Australia, it moved westward through Asia, with numerous skyscrapers ringing Hong Kong's Victoria Harbor going dark in solidarity while at Myanmar's most sacred pagoda, the Shwedagon, 10,000 oil lamps were to be lit to shine a light on climate action. Read More

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Palace urges public to observe Earth Hour

New York City's iconic skyscraper went dark from 8:30 p.m.to 9:30 p.m.to bring attention to climate change. "We are inviting you to join in the annual observance of the Earth Hour from 8:30 p.m.to 9:30 p.m". "I think the Earth Hour mantra was to always put people at the centre of the climate change conversation", said Das. "Now everybody is aware of our largest global movement for the environment Earth Hour ". Read More

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Pakistan to observe Earth hour today

During the first year, the residences and business in Sydney, Australia that participated was more than 2 million, according to Beyond the Hour . Millions of people from some 170 countries and territories took part in the annual bid to highlight global warming caused by the burning of coal, oil, and gas to drive cars and power plants. Read More

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