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Raptors GM says Kyle Lowry indicated 'he wants to come back'


Despite a recent report suggesting that he will bolt out of Toronto, the All-Star point guard took to his Twitter account recently to make it clear that he has not closed his doors on them, and that unless something comes from him, speculations should not be believed right away. Read More »

BJD to support NDA's nominee for President Ram Nath Kovind


Prime Minister Narendra Modi's choice for his President candidate is now Bihar Governor and former BJP MP Ram Nath Kovind , 71 that journalists and party members are hailing as a "masterstroke". In picking Kovind, a Dalit from UP, the BJP has put the Opposition on the backfoot, forcing the likes of the BSP and JD (U) to make a hard choice. Read More »

Qatar Airways Q Suite to debut on Heathrow route this week


Qatar Airways will launch its news Q Suite business class product on selected flights to London Heathrow from later this week. Qatar Airways was the first Gulf carrier to join global airline alliance, oneworld, enabling its passengers to benefit from more than 1,000 airports in more than 150 countries, with 14,250 daily departures. Read More »

Disclosures show Trump owes at least $315m

The Washington hotel was opened last September just a few miles from the White House. His Mar-a-Lago resort in Florida made $37.2 million from January 2016 through this spring, an increase from the previous year's $29.8 million. His campaign used the aircraft to move the presidential candidate around the country during the campaign, with the Secret Service paying $1.6 million to buy seats for its agents. Read More »

Tensions escalate over United States downing Syrian jet

Dunford said Monday, June 19, 2017, that Washington and Moscow are in delicate discussions to tamp down tensions arising from the USA shootdown of a Syrian fighter jet, which the Russians called a violation of a U.S. Coalition aircraft will continue flying throughout Syria, although some assets will be repositioned, said Col. Ryan Dillon, a coalition spokesman. The United States would be hard pressed to provide close air support to our SDF allies, leaving them susceptible to air strikes. Read More »

Pakistan defeat India to lift their first Champions Trophy

The only bright spot for India was the performance of Pandya, who clubbed six sixes in a thrilling counter-attack before being run out in a mix-up with Ravindra Jadeja. The PCB also announced that besides the cash bonus of 29 million rupees due to the team as part of their central contracts, the Board would also give each player a cash bonus of one million rupees. Read More »

Pennsylvania issues permits to 12 medical marijuana growers


All of the growers are required to grow indoors, not in a greenhouse or on an outdoor farm. "It's hard to believe this day has finally arrived", said State Sen. Twenty-seven permits will be issued. "I had no say in who got the licenses". At first glance, it appears those who won the permits have teams with experience in successful cannabis operations elsewhere in the country. Read More »

Ohio woman's family files lawsuit against outdoor park


The level of amoeba in the water was also off the charts, theCharlotte Observer reported. The lawsuit that was filed by her father, James Seitz, alleges the Whitewater Center "negligently breached its duty of care owed to Lauren" and failed to properly regulate the water, train its employees on how to care for the water and didn't warn visitors about dangers that come with untreated and unregulated water. Read More »

Ethiopia coffee farming faces uncertain future - scientists


According to a new report from the scientific journal Nature Plants , climate change is threatening coffee on every level, from cost to taste to availability. "All but a few reported that there had been changes in their local and regional climate, including an increase in the unpredictability of the seasons", co-author Aaron Davis, a scientist at the Royal Botanic Gardens in the United Kingdom, told AFP . Read More »

US student freed by North Korea dies at 22

He was medically evacuated last week and returned to the a coma. Warmbier's death comes less than a month after two USA congressmen introduced a bill aimed at banning American tourists from visiting North Korea. They say he had severe brain damage but they don't know what caused it. The country may not worry about much of anything externally, even the death of a young tourist, until it reaches its goal of building a nuclear ICBM that can ease what it sees as decades of US and South ... Read More »

Netanyahu warns Iran to not threaten Israel


The Guard said it fired six missiles in total from Kermanshah and also from Iran's Kurdistan province into Syria's Deir el-Zour province, where IS has been trying to fortify its positions in the face of a USA -led coalition onslaught. demonstrates Iran's capacity and intelligence capabilities" against jihadist groups, he said. The missile also could strike Riyadh, the capital of Saudi Arabia. Read More »

Small margins can be massive in cricket: Virat Kohli


Pakistan , ranked eight in the tournament, had opened the group stage campaign with a huge loss of 124 runs via Duckworth-Lewis (D/L) method. That is something that we need to keep a check on. "That was an aberration". The most successful fingerspinner in that time has been New Zealand's Mitchell Santner, who has taken 44 wickets at an average of 33.77 and conceded runs at an economy rate of 4.99. Read More »

Vatican auditor latest resignation in finance reform effort


In a short statement today (20 June) the Vatican announced that 67-year-old Milone had presented his resignation to the Pope yesterday, which was accepted and "thus concludes, by common agreement, the collaboration with the Holy See". No reason was given, but Milone along with Cardinal George Pell - prefect of the Vatican's economy secretariat - have clashed with the Vatican bureaucracy over auditing issues, particularly with the office in charge of the Vatican's assets and patrimony, APSA. Read More »

Cholesterol-lowering vaccine seems to work in mice


Patients have already been enrolled into a Phase I trial to see if the approach, so far tested on mice, will work in humans. The most recently approved cholesterol-lowering compounds are monoclonal antibodies targeting PCSK9, which are highly effective, but their effect is short-lived, resulting in frequent re-application and high costs. Read More »

Global Management and Communication Systems Market and Investment Analysis Report 2017


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Global Water Polo Equipments Market Research Report 2017


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When exactly is the first day of summer?


It doesn't always mean every location will see the earliest sunrise or latest sunset on that day. At the summer solstice, the sun reaches its highest point in the sky and daylight is longest. People watch the midsummer sun as it rises over the megalithic monument of Stonehenge on June 21, 2005 on Salisbury Plain, England. The "official start" to the summer season marks the astronomical perspective of summer while meteorological seasons are often a far better representation of the weather ... Read More »

Numbers Of Virus-Carrying Mosquitoes Are Up In Southern US


State and local health departments and mosquito control districts can use this information to plan for mosquito control and prevention activities in advance of possible outbreaks of mosquito-borne diseases. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC ) said it had detected Aedes aegypti mosquitoes across the southern United States , from California in the west across and up to CT on the east coast. Read More »

Jobless rate down to 4.1 percent in May in Wyoming


The highest rates were found in Natrona County at 5.4 percent, Fremont at 5.3 percent and Campbell at 5.1 percent. This May, Morgan County had an unemployment rate of 2.7 percent. It was up from 2.2 percent in April and down from 3.6 percent in May 2016. IN beat out Illinois, Kentucky, Michigan and OH by scoring an estimated joblessness rate of 2.8 percent, an improvement over last May's 4.2 percent. Read More »

Australian air strikes in Syria halted


Iran fires missiles into Syria . Russian Federation is retaliating following the US military's shooting down of a Syrian warplane. The strikes are the first time Iran has fired missiles at another country in three decades and represent a major escalation of Iran's role in the war in Syria . Read More »

Ronaldo set for July court date in tax case

Ronaldo is in a major tournament with his country and until that is over I can not talk to him. United have been strongly linked with a move for their former forward, but Perez is not thinking about the possibility of Real losing their talisman. Read More »

Bowlers failed India, reckons off-spinner Harbhajan


The former Indian captain underlined the fact that if youngsters are given enough opportunities now, India might end up in a position when they won't have replacements for these players. Captain Virat Kohli spoke of holding the heads high after the Champions Trophy loss and it hence it would be interesting to see how the team adjusts to West Indies conditions against the hosts which are themselves a formidable ODI outfit. Read More »

Democrats Say They'll Slow Senate Work Over Secretive Health Care Bill


US Democrats launched hours-long protest against President Donald Trump's party crafting a back-room Obamacare repeal plan and refusing to hold public hearings about it. Their largely symbolic effort was likely to have little or no impact on how Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell handles the measure. McConnell, R-Ky., is using closed-door meetings among Republicans to write a bill. Read More »