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Pakistan army mocks India after Champions Trophy victory

The standing committee will forward this suggestion to Speaker National Assembly Sardar Ayaz Sadiq and Senate chairman Raza Rabbani for approval. Tamim Iqbal, whose runs did so much to take Bangladesh to the last four of a major tournament for the first time, was also included. Read More »

Countries across the world gear up to celebrate Yoga Day

President Pranab Mukherjee on Wednesday urged all Indians to turn yoga into a habit in order to lead a healthy life. A keen follower of Yoga, Prime Minister Narendra Modi celebrated the International Day of Yoga in Lucknow , UP and was not deterred even by rainfall. Read More »

Goods and Services Tax: Credit card bill, insurance premium to get costlier


The rules provide for setting up a five-member anti-profiteering authority chaired by a secretary-level official, which will refer suspected cases of profiteering to the director-general of safeguards for detailed investigation. "There is a danger of cascading of taxes and Finance Minister (Jayakumar) should take up the matter at the GST council", she said. The AAP legislator also said that Punjabi cinema will be hit after the GST rollout. Read More »

Tipping and new fees come to Uber


The changes are created to appease drivers as the San Francisco-based company is under pressure from a steady stream of scandals and slipping market share at home. It had previously suggested that tips could be used to racially discriminate. "Our customers can now tip us for a great service". Drawing reference to Uber India, which launched an in-app panic button two years ago, Mr Shahrul said although it was a good initiative there were flaws in the feature. Read More »

Russian Federation wins 2-0 in Confed Cup

Petersburg , Kazan and Sochi, the host cities for the Confederations Cup . "In some regards they have that team spirit that represents not only New Zealand and their national soccer teams but also the All Blacks and their rugby teams". Read More »

Here are the top memes about Pakistan-India Champions Trophy final

Cricket fans across both countries follow the matches closely, and a win or defeat results in a display of overwhelming emotions, including incidents when fans break their television screens. "Why did these nationalists not come out on the streets to congratulate our hockey team which decimated Pakistan on the same day?" the Sena wondered in an editorial in its mouthpiece, "Saamana". Read More »

'Secret' health care bill takes shape

We considered hundreds of amendments in the Senate and the House. "I think we should have debated it in open, in committee hearings, have both sides bring in witnesses", Sen. "We're rushing something through that fundamentally life", an impassioned Sen. "I want to assure you, before this summer is over". But even as those Republicans outside the working group of 13 voice their concerns, often in the local or regional newspapers and media focused on their constituents, none have foreclosed ... Read More »

India arrests villagers for cheering Pakistan's cricket victory

Pakistan captain Sarfraz Ahmed said he hoped his side's stunning 180-run Champions Trophy final win over arch-rivals India would be a catalyst for the full return of global cricket to his homeland. In reply India was skittled with almost 20 overs to spare. "Hopefully this win, everyone will remember - not today, not tomorrow, but for a very long, long time", said Sarfraz, the wicketkeeper who held the final catch that sparked wild celebrations. Read More »

America shoots down Iranian drone


The United States is supporting some rebel groups that is opposed to President Assad , as well as fighters seeking to drive the Islamic State out of the country, noted the BBC News . "I think Iran is trying to preemptively shape what a U.S. - Iran conflict would look like, keep us focused on eastern Syria and away from key Iranian interests in the west", said Jennifer Cafarella, an expert on the Syrian conflict at the Institute for the Study of War. Read More »

Carrie Fisher: "multiple drug intake" cited by Coroner

Sleep apnea is a condition in which a person's breathing pauses during sleep. The coroner recorded her death as " undetermined " and also noted she had atherosclerotic heart disease, where the heart's arteries harden and narrow. The agency said Fisher's manner of death is undetermined . It's well documented that Carrie had problems with drugs all throughout her life; it's also well documented that Carrie was a huge advocate for fighting addiction and all around mental health issues. Read More »

Senator: US at risk of military conflict with Russia, Iran in Syria


On Sunday, a U.S. F-18 Super Hornet shot down a Syrian Air Force fighter jet near the town Tabqa for the first time, US -led coalition headquarters in Iraq said in a statement. Pentagon spokesman, Major Adrian Rankine Galloway, said the USA had taken "prudent measures to re-position aircraft over Syria" to ensure the safety of pilots. Read More »

Russia off to a winning start

After New Zealand lost possession in a risky area, Poloz's neat touch released Glushakov, who clipped his finish over Marinovic and off the post before Boxall bundled the ball into his own net as he and Smith frantically tried to clear. Read More »

India's no-meat, no-lust advice for pregnant women ridiculed


The government's advice on meat, eggs and lust may be found in a state-produced brochure entitled "Mother and Child Care" that focuses more on Hindu doctrine than scientific study , apparently unaware that foods like eggs and meats - high in protein - are recommended during pregnancy. Read More »

Ohio Coroner Investigating Otto Warmbier's Death

But a team of doctors assessing him in Cincinnati said they had found "no sign of botulism ". It is unclear why the family objected to an autopsy which could answer what happened to Warmbier in the secretive nation. His family says in a statement released by a hospital he died Monday afternoon . Senator John McCain took a hardline stance, putting pressure on the White House to take action. Read More »

Parents convicted in death of baby through malnutrition


The death was " the result of the systematic offer of food which was not suitable ", said Judge Mieke Butstraen . According to local media , the parents of baby Lucas ran a natural food store in the town of Beveren in Belgium. Public prosecutors in Belgium blamed the parents for their son's death, according to The Independent , saying: "The parents determined their own diagnosis that their child was gluten intolerant and had a lactose allergy". Read More »

Nevada judge mulls July 1 recreational pot sales


Carson City District Judge James Wilson said in a 11-page ruling that the ballot measure voters approved in November dictates that licensed alcohol wholesalers have the exclusive rights to pot distribution licenses for 18 months. Without the July 1st start of recreational sales, the state could see a hole blown in the budget. Nevada alcohol distributors are challenging the state's claim that their industry can not handle exclusive distribution of recreational marijuana from growers to ... Read More »

ICC Champions Trophy to be scrapped for more T20 World Cups?


The incident took place in Mohad village of Burhanpur district in Madhya Pradesh state, where the men aged 20-35 years, allegedly raised anti-India and pro-Pakistan slogans following India's defeat in the Champions Trophy final. Even after the special convoy escorting Sarfraz Ahmed from the airport got within sight of his Karachi home in the early hours of the morning, it took the Pakistan captain almost a half-hour to get from the vehicle to his house as a throng of adoring cricket fans ... Read More »

Rite Aid Corporation (RAD) Position Reduced by BB&T Securities LLC

Scotia Capital Inc. now owns 135,080 shares of the company's stock worth $1,115,000 after buying an additional 103,230 shares during the period. 37,680,007 shares of the company were exchanged. Farmers Merchants Invests holds 667 shares. 1,000 are owned by Vantage Inv Advsrs Ltd Com. Canyon Capital Advsr Lc holds 0.13% or 481,485 shares. On Friday, Shares of Rite Aid Corporation (NYSE:RAD), inclined 1.69% and closed at $3.00 in the last trading session. Read More »

US Shoots Down Pro-Assad Regime Drone In Syria

Washington said it would "work diplomatically and militarily... to reestablish deconfliction" but Moscow continued to take a hard line even before the latest incident. In a statement, USA forces said the drone was sacked on after it "displayed hostile intent and advanced on coalition forces". There have been over 35 incidcents between USA and Russian jets and warships in the Baltic region since June 2 but this incident is notable because the United States military considered it "unsafe". Read More »

US shoots down drone close to Iraqi-Syrian border

The defense ministry statement also announced the suspension of a hotline meant to minimize incidents with the Syrian airspace. Spicer said Monday that Washington would work to keep lines of communication open to, in his words, "de-conflict potential issues". Read More »

Storm swirling in Gulf likely to strengthen

And the tropical influence of this giant circulation is reaching into Georgia (with our heavier afternoon rains). Despite the center of circulation coming onshore so far west of our area, most of the rain is happening on the east side of the center. Read More »

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