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Windies have agreed in principle to play the day-night Test provided it is the first game of the two-match series, and provided they are given a warm-up game, also under lights and with a pink ball, in the lead-up to the Test. India will again host Australia for five ODIs and two T20Is in February-March. That series will be played in February-March before the IPL and will be India's last global series before the World Cup begins in England on May 30.
  • Jeff Flake Talks 2020 - 'It's Long Odds For Me'

    Jeff Flake Talks 2020 - 'It's Long Odds For Me'

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    At the event Flake said he hasn't ruled out a 2020 campaign but that the odds were long. "Somebody needs to raise that, for nothing else than to give people hope that that decent party will be back". He said President Trump has threatened our most valued institutions, including a free press. "We have. succumbed to what can only be described as a propaganda-fueled, dystopian view of conservatism", he said.
  • PM opens 105th Indian Science Congress Modi hails legacy of Hawking

    PM opens 105th Indian Science Congress Modi hails legacy of Hawking

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    Rising India was not about the economy, GDP and foreign investments, but about the rise of the self-respect of the 125 crore population of the entire nation, Modi said. Modi also talked about developing Clusters of Excellence in Science in cities around important scientific institutions with an aim to creating city-based R&D centres which will bring together all science and technology partners, from academia to institutes, to industries to start-ups.
  • British PM urges global response in visit to spy attack scene

    British PM urges global response in visit to spy attack scene

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    The nations urged Russian Federation to "address all questions related to the attack" and provide all details about the nerve agent used. Lavrov said Russian Federation will "of course" expel British diplomats and that he hopes the Skripals recover soon so light can be shed on what happened.
  • Arkansas faces history test in Butler — March Madness

    Arkansas faces history test in Butler — March Madness

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    Besides, even while working to make the NCAA Tournament, the "Arkansas standard" as it became in 15 of the 17 years that Anderson assisted Nolan Richardson and that his Razorbacks now have achieved 3 of the last 4 years, Anderson implied you call anywhere home when it's a NCAA Tournament site and said it's a thrill to hear the Hogs officially announced tournament bound regardless of destination.
  • Rockford medical students graduate into residency programs

    Rockford medical students graduate into residency programs

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    Med Students across the country open an envelope that reveals where they'll be spending the next few years of their lives. One of the students who learned their fate on Friday, was Tenisha Wilson. US medical students filled less than 45 percent of those residencies. A complex algorithm, administered by the NRMP, factors in the preferences of the students with the preferences of residency programs in order to match students and training programs.
  • Users in Iran are no longer able to access the App Store

    Users in Iran are no longer able to access the App Store

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    Media coverage and social media posts were quick to speculate that the store's downtime was an Apple-imposed ban driven by U.S. economic sanctions against Iran, as Apple is based in the US. Nevertheless, it is not the first time the US tech giant turns its back to Iran. It's important to note that Apple hasn't done business in Iran, and does not sell to ship phones to the country.
  • Eddie Jones in hot water over nasty Ireland, Wales jibes

    Eddie Jones in hot water over nasty Ireland, Wales jibes

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    It was uploaded by Fuso to YouTube in July a year ago but has only come to light before Saturday's final round of the Six Nations when England will face Ireland at Twickenham. "We've played 23 Tests". Cape Town - England have denied a conflict of interest after one of the officials appointed for their Six Nations clash against Ireland on Saturday refereed one of their training sessions this week.
  • Pistons look bad in loss to Jazz

    Pistons look bad in loss to Jazz

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    According to Utah beat writer Eric Woodyard, Exum practised twice with the Salt Lake City Stars this week in the last stage of his rehabilitation process. Exum's role is still unclear with Ricky Rubio and Donovan Mitchell starring during this purple patch for the Jazz, but will likely represent another solid option off the bench.
  • Growing number of salmonella cases linked to kratom in Washington state

    Growing number of salmonella cases linked to kratom in Washington state

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    Approximately 28 percent of laboratory-confirmed cases require hospitalization. Kratom is typically taken as a supplement for its stimulant and opioid substitute properties. No single common brand or supplier of kratom products has been identified, the health department said. According to the company's recall notice, about 10,000 packages were sold to customers.
  • IndiGo and GoAir to cancel almost 620 flights this month

    IndiGo and GoAir to cancel almost 620 flights this month

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    IndiGo grounded 8 A320neos. GoAir has chose to cancel a total of 138 flights between March 15-22, as per announcements made on their respective websites. While the airlines have said that choice of alternative flights and refund would be offered for the passengers, it was not immediately clear how the process would be implemented.
  • Ryan Grant fails physical with Ravens

    Ryan Grant fails physical with Ravens

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    Crabtree, 30, was released by the Raiders on Thursday after the team signed Jordy Nelson , who was cut loose by the Green Bay Packers on Wednesday. He has two 1,000-yard seasons during his nine-year career, including 1,003 yards on 89 catches just two years ago. The plan was for Grant and wide receiver John Brown to take their physicals Thursday and attend a news conference later that day.
  • New UW Research Outlines the Healthiest Counties in the Nation

    New UW Research Outlines the Healthiest Counties in the Nation

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    Carver County's excessive drinking rate continues to exceed the state average, and has the highest rate of excessive drinking in the Twin Cities metro region. In 2015, Walker county ranked 67th, or last, in health outcomes in the annual report, which ranks counties on more than 30 factors that influence health, including education, jobs and access to quality health care.
  • Cuomo: Walkout discipline violates student free speech rights

    Cuomo: Walkout discipline violates student free speech rights

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    That need has been apparent for years, and lawmakers-including Cuomo-continue to say that it is a priority, but the scandals roll on. Joseph Percoco, who was once likened to a brother by the Democratic governor, faces up to 20 years in prison for his conviction on conspiracy to commit honest services wire fraud and soliciting bribes.
  • Injuries from Vermont avalanche not life-threatening

    Injuries from Vermont avalanche not life-threatening

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    Five of the guardsmen were taken to the hospital with minor injuries and one immediately went back to participating in drills. The training was taking place in Easy Gully in Smugglers Notch, a narrow pass at the edge of Mount Mansfield.
  • Supreme Court to decide if ED can make PMLA case arrests

    Supreme Court to decide if ED can make PMLA case arrests

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    When the apex court was informed that the Delhi High Court has extended the interim protection till March 22, the court said it would transfer to itself the matters pending there and hear the arguments on them on March 26. It said over 1,000 such cases are pending across the country being probed by ED and all these cases will he affected if Karti's anticipatory bail was not cancelled.
  • SA listeriosis outbreak no threat to Zim - meat processor

    SA listeriosis outbreak no threat to Zim - meat processor

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    On March 4, Minister of Health Aaron Motsoaledi said at least 180 people had died from listeriosis from January 1, 2017 to March 2, 2018, and there were 948 confirmed cases. Both Enterprise factories are undergoing a deep-cleaning process. Motsoaledi also announced that RCL Foods' polony products tested positive for listeria monocytogenes , but not the ST6 sequence responsible for the outbreak.
  • Winter Paralympics: Great Britain edged out by South Korea in wheelchair curling

    Winter Paralympics: Great Britain edged out by South Korea in wheelchair curling

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    South Korea's ice sledge hockey team will face the loser between the United States and Italy in the game Saturday at Gangneung Hockey Centre in Gangneung, Gangwon Province. "We will drink some tea and continue working", he said. Hickey, who turns 20 in a week and a half, has scored in every game and has six goals and four assists through Canada's four games in the Paralympic tourney.
  • FDA Advances Plan To Slash Nicotine In Cigarettes

    FDA Advances Plan To Slash Nicotine In Cigarettes

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    The Food and Drug Administration said Thursday it wants to sharply reduce the amount of nicotine in cigarettes. It is also seeking comment from the public on things like where nicotine levels should be capped, whether caps should be implemented gradually or all at once, and what unintended consequences could occur.
  • Parole Board Denies Clemency in 'Stocking Strangler' Case

    Parole Board Denies Clemency in 'Stocking Strangler' Case

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    Gary is scheduled to die by lethal injection for the 1977 rapes and murders of Florence Scheible, 89, Martha Thurmond, 70, and Kathleen Woodruff, 74. State Attorney General Chris Carr announced Friday that the 67-year-old inmate is scheduled to die March 15.