• Sri Lanka bat first

    Sri Lanka bat first

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    Sri Lanka (From): Niroshan Dickwella (w), Upul Tharanga (c), Kusal Mendis, Dinesh Chandimal, Lahiru Thirimanne, Milinda Siriwardana, Thisara Perera , Akila Dananjaya, Jeffrey Vandersay, Suranga Lakmal, Lahiru Gamage, Vishwa Fernando, Dushmantha Chameera, Chamara Kapugedera, Seekkuge Prasanna.
  • Air ticket probe hits dead end, agency says got cash

    Air ticket probe hits dead end, agency says got cash

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    Rupani hit out at the Congress leader while addressing a press conference in Gandhinagar, only days after Rahul had targetted PM Narendra Modi for not speaking up on the business transactions of BJP chief Amit Shaha's son Jay Shah. "His (Robert Vadra's) house in London was also refurbished", Sitharaman said during media briefing at BJP headquarters in New Delhi on Tuesday. There is also the important angle of huge payments being received from Swiss aircraft major Pilatus and deposited ...
  • James Comey Drafted Statement on Clinton Emails Months in Advance

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    President Trump is reviving his criticism of James Comey's handling of the Hillary Clinton email case. In a pair of early-morning Twitter messages, Trump referred to a recently released Justice Department document that indicates a draft of a Comey statement about the investigation was circulating among aides in May a year ago, two months before Comey announced the end of the investigation and his decision not to seek charges.
  • George Soros transfers almost $18B to his foundation

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    Billionaire George Soros has pumped almost $18 billion into the Open Society Foundations the last several years, turning it into one of the world's largest philanthropic organizations. He supports Planned Parenthood and criminal justice issues advocated by the Black Lives Matter movement. On Tuesday, Forbes listed Soros's net worth as $23 billion with the release of its list of the 400 richest billionaires in the United States.
  • Tamim Iqbal could return for Bangladesh in second ODI against South Africa

    Tamim Iqbal could return for Bangladesh in second ODI against South Africa

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    South Africa: Quinton de Kock (wk), Hashim Amla , Faf du Plessis (capt), AB de Villiers, Farhaan Behardien, JP Duminy, Dwaine Pretorius, Andile Phehlukwayo, Kagiso Rabada, Dane Paterson, Imran Tahir. South Africa batsman Hashim Amla once again rewrote the history books at the Diamond Oval in Kimberley on Sunday, as he notched up his 26th ODI century.
  • Conte blames Chelsea's injury woes on hectic schedule

    Conte blames Chelsea's injury woes on hectic schedule

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    The Italian has said in the past that he doesn't think this Chelsea squad is deep enough to compete in multiple competitions and reinforcements are needed. In a hint that the Blues boss may want to strengthen his side in January, Conte said: "The problem is the same players are always playing". In Morata's absence, the responsibility of steering the ball into the back of the net was left to Belgian global Michy Batshuayi, although filling his teammate's prolific void has proved to be ...
  • Studio for Electronic Music's 66th anniversary celebrated with a Google doodle

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    The illustration is made up of studio equipment that is now synonymous with electronic music , including a keyboard, mixing table and amplifiers. The General Manager of the radio station gave permission to begin developing the studio. The famous logo of the electronic music has received an awesome colorful transformation in the new doodle . The studio had become a breeding ground for musical innovation with composers and musicians coming from far and wide.
  • European Commission Condemns Killing of Maltese Journalist

    European Commission Condemns Killing of Maltese Journalist

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    European Parliament president Antonio Tajani called the development a "tragic example of a journalist who sacrificed her life to search for the truth". When the Maltese government asked the USA government for assistance immediately following news of the bomb blast, they were told the team would be in Malta in 72 hours.
  • KPD investigating two deaths at Kingsland home

    KPD investigating two deaths at Kingsland home

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    According to separate reports from the Kingsland Police Department, 25-year-old Brian Jarrell was found dead inside his co-worker's home on Spinnaker Circle after he was reported missing by his wife and shipmates tracked his auto to that house.
  • Seven policemen killed in Pakistan blast

    Seven policemen killed in Pakistan blast

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    Fifteen people, including eight soldiers, were killed when a suicide bomber targeted a military truck near the Pishin bus stop in Quetta on August 13. Afterward, he said such attacks would not bring down the morale of the security forces. There was no immediate claim of responsibility for the attack, but Sunni extremists regularly target Shi'a and have staged previous such attacks in Balochistan and elsewhere in Pakistan .
  • Trump vows retribution against McCain: 'It won't be pretty'

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    McCain has proved a thorn in Trump's side in recent months, twice helping to scupper his party's attempts to repeal a healthcare law that was a signature accomplishment of former president Barack Obama. "Congratulations, John, on receiving this year's Liberty Medal", Obama wrote. "We have a moral obligation to continue in our just cause, and we would bring more than shame on ourselves if we don't", he said.
  • Kenya poll commissioner quits, says election cannot be 'credible'

    Kenya poll commissioner quits, says election cannot be 'credible'

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    I do no want to be party to such a mockery to electoral integrity", Akombe said. The official added that others on the panel needed to voice their opposition, as well. Roselyn Akombe has bowed out just 7 days to repeat presidential election. Kenya has witnessed weeks of streets protests leading to the deaths of several opposition supporters.
  • FBI Knew About Russian Uranium One Kickbacks

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    An eyewitness and other documentation indicate Russian nuclear officials steered millions to the USA that were "designed to benefit" the Clinton Foundation then being overseen by former President Bill Clinton, according to the report. Rather than hyperventilate over Facebook ads and Twitter trolls, perhaps Congress and the current Department of Justice should look into what the Federal Bureau of Investigation found in 2009-10, how much of it benefited Bill and Hillary Clinton - and why the DoJ ...
  • Rookie Dozier claims Durant's No. 35

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    Dozier has also been assigned No. 35 upon his request, which previously belonged to Kevin Durant . The 20-year-old went undrafted this year and was once projected as a mid-first round pick after helping the South Carolina Gamecocks get to the Final Four, but after further review of his medical history, National Basketball Association teams shied away from selecting him, ultimately falling out of the draft board.
  • Julia Jacobson's ex-husband arrested in connection with her murder

    Julia Jacobson's ex-husband arrested in connection with her murder

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    Jacobson, who lived in San Diego, disappeared this past Labor Day weekend. "Since my mom passed away in February, she's called my dad every single day and those calls stopped on Friday", her brother told the NBC affiliate in San Diego. Ware, 39, will be transferred to California to face a murder charge. "Words can not express the pain and anguish our family has endured since our beloved sister and daughter Julia Jacobson went missing", the post read.
  • 'Zombie Frap' may come to Starbucks in time for Halloween

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    There are rumors speculating that Starbucks is about to unveil yet another limited-edition drink. A blogger named Joe, who writes for a site called Day of the Human , has reportedly leaked Starbucks' plans to release an official Zombie Frappuccino between october 26 and october 31.