ICC Champions Trophy 2017: Acid Test For Captain Virat Kohli As India Face South Africa In Do-Or-Die Clash

Published by compdiskinc on August 15, 2017

ICC Champions Trophy 2017: Acid Test For Captain Virat Kohli As India Face South Africa In Do-Or-Die Clash

ICC Champions Trophy 2017: Acid Test For Captain Virat Kohli As India Face South Africa In Do-Or-Die Clash Virat Kohli will face the toughest battle of his ODI captain career in New Zealand while the Indian title-holder will lead South Africa into a virtual “quarter-finals” ICC Champions Sunday. Their confidence was shaken after Sri Lanka…

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Court refuses to annul NEET

Published by compdiskinc on August 11, 2017

The Supreme Court refuses to annul NEET 2017, directs CBSE for question papers common in all languages

A petition was tabled last month by a group of students who claim that the paper difficulty level of eight vernacular questions is higher compared to English and Hindi. CBSE has already rejected that there were variations of documents of the issue at a previous hearing. The Supreme Court observed today that there should be…

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Pakistan sentences man to death for blasphemy on Facebook

Published by compdiskinc on August 9, 2017

Pakistan sentences man to death for blasphemy on Facebook

Pakistan sentences man to death for blasphemy on Facebook LAHORE: Pakistan’s legal battle against terrorism has condemned to death a man who committed blasphemy on Facebook, the government’s public prosecutor said on Sunday, the first time anyone has been sentenced to death for blasphemy on social networks. The 30-year-old Taimoor Raza conviction follows a high…

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Blasts rock besieged city as Philippines marks independence day

Published by compdiskinc on August 2, 2017

Blasts rock besieged city as Philippines marks independence day

Blasts rock besieged city as Philippines marks independence day Explosions of dazzled Marawi City bombs in southern Philippines on Monday as the national flag rose to mark independence day, almost three weeks after hundreds of militants have surpassed the city and are released with civilians as human shields. Rescue workers, soldiers and firefighters sang the…

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Published by compdiskinc on July 30, 2017

Cassini spots Incredible ‘Propeller Belts’ of Saturn

Cassini spots Incredible ‘Propeller Belts’ of Saturn According to NASA, the propellers are bright and narrow “disturbances” that are produced by the gravity of the “invisible integrated goggles”. The image was captured on April 19 with the narrow-angle camera of the spacecraft, showing propeller belts in the striking new detail. With this information, researchers can…

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Published by compdiskinc on July 15, 2017

U.S., CHINA SPACE RACE TO HUNT, MINE ASTEROIDS IN NEXT FIVE YEARS

U.S., CHINA SPACE RACE TO HUNT, MINE ASTEROIDS IN NEXT FIVE YEARS The Chinese government intends not only to look down and landed an asteroid, but also precious and rare metal and mineral mining is expected to be in space rock by 2020, a top government scientist said this week according to South china Morning…

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Happening Today: Delta, Travel Ban, Tillerson, Weight Gain, Cancer, Blac Chyna, Blue Man Group

Published by compdiskinc on July 7, 2017

Happening Today: Delta, Travel Ban, Tillerson, Weight Gain, Cancer, Blac Chyna, Blue Man Group

Happening Today: Delta, Travel Ban, Tillerson, Weight Gain, Cancer, Blac Chyna, Blue Man Group A flight from Delta Airlines to Beijing returned to Seattle-Tacoma International Airport after an assailant attacked an injured man, an official said. The 23-year-old man, sitting in first-class, assaulted assailant about a 45-minute flight from Delta Flight 129, Sea-Tac airport spokesman…

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Trump Misleads on Russian Meddling: Why 17 Intelligence Agencies Don’t Need to Agree

Published by compdiskinc on July 7, 2017

Trump Misleads on Russian Meddling: Why 17 Intelligence Agencies Don’t Need to Agree

Trump Misleads on Russian Meddling: Why 17 Intelligence Agencies Don’t Need to Agree WASHINGTON – Trump’s president said on Thursday that only “three or four” of 17 US intelligence agencies had concluded that Russia was interfering with the presidential election – a statement that, while technically accurate, misleading and suggests a disagreement Widespread between intelligence…

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House votes give Illinois tax hike, 1st budget in 2 years

Published by compdiskinc on July 7, 2017

House votes give Illinois tax hike, 1st budget in 2 years

House votes give Illinois tax hike, 1st budget in 2 years Springfield, Illinois. – The Illinois House voted to cancel the veto government of Bruce Rauner in a budget package, giving the state its first spending plan in more than two years and ending the longest financial deadlock minus depression. Thursday’s action alleviates some financial…

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North Korea can strike Alaska. What can the U.S. do?

Published by compdiskinc on July 7, 2017

North Korea can strike Alaska. What can the U.S. do?

North Korea can strike Alaska. What can the U.S. do? In this series from time to time, we will keep you informed of the biggest stories of national security of the week. North Korea Tuesday showed the world what the experts have known for some time: the regime intends to build rockets capable of reaching…

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