• 'Most expensive' Samsung Galaxy Note 8 launch expected in September

    'Most expensive' Samsung Galaxy Note 8 launch expected in September

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    Besides that the same insider has also told that Galaxy Note 8 , though launched in August, will not be available before second half of September. DeX support is another rumored feature, which can allow the smartphone to be used as a full-fledged PC by attaching additional hardware like a monitor and keyboard.
  • Country to celebrate Eidul Fitr today

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    Chairman Central Ruet-e-Hilal Committee Mufti Muneeb-ur-Rehman, addressing a press briefing here on Sunday, announced the committee had received evidence of the sighting of the Shawwal moon from various parts of the country. The crescent committee once again hoped that it will be successful in holding the month of Ramadan and celebrations of Eid on the same day. Moon Sighting Committees and religious authorities in Indonesia, Malaysia, Singapore, Brunie, Japan, Australia and New Zealand have ...
  • Gulf states issue 13 demands to Qatar as rift continues

    Gulf states issue 13 demands to Qatar as rift continues

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    The list of demands , which was sent by Kuwait , now acting as a mediator and obtained by the Associated Press , includes "shut down Al Jazeera and its affiliate stations", alongside requests to sever ties with Iran, alongside organizations including the Muslim Brotherhood and stop interfering in the affairs of sovereign countries.
  • England captain Eoin Morgan rested for T20 decider against South Africa

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    However, it was too late, and with 37 required off the final over, it was nearly game over for South Africa , as they succumbed to a 19-run defeat, while England won the series 2-1. They gave only 42 runs in last five overs and picked up five wickets as well. Following his dismissal, the English batsmen started falling like a pile of cards, while South African pacer, Dane Paterson , who finished with the figures of 4 for 32, twice came in a position to take a hat-trick.
  • LSU advances to College World Series Finals

    LSU advances to College World Series Finals

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    Rubio came on and Wade made it 5-3 with an RBI grounder before Skoug broke open the game with his three-run double. "[It's] just like SEC weekend, just more at stake", LSU shortstop Kramer Robertson said. Kowar struck out seven of the first eight he faced on his way to a career-high 11 Ks, but the Frogs were able to get to him and he lost for the first time this season.
  • Turkish troops in Qatar 'not against any country'

    Turkish troops in Qatar 'not against any country'

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    They have signaled that if Qatar refuses to comply by the deadline, they will continue to restrict its access to land, sea and air routes indefinitely amid mounting economic pressure on the Persian Gulf nation. Hurriyet newspaper said last week a joint exercise by Turkish and Qatari forces was expected following the Islamic Eid al-Fitr holiday which started on Sunday, and the number of Turkish soldiers sent to the Gulf state could eventually reach 1,000.
  • Mostly sunny, pleasant Sunday; breezy and cooler Monday

    Mostly sunny, pleasant Sunday; breezy and cooler Monday

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    A southerly breeze Thursday will keep the shoreline cooler, as temperatures will reach the lower 80s there. This not so typical summer time pattern won't stay all week, as rain chances and summer time tempratures return come Thursday and into the weekend.
  • Baby allegedly beaten by dad on Father's Day has died

    Baby allegedly beaten by dad on Father's Day has died

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    Police said Taylor texted Nylah's mother on Father's Day and said there was something wrong with the baby. But when Nylah's mother, 17-year-old Tammy Lewis, arrived to pick up her daughter, she found the little girl unconscious with bruising, swelling and lacerations on her face, the complaint said.
  • Muslims flock to Moscow's cathedral mosque for Eid prayer

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    This means Indian Muslims, like their counterparts in Saudi Arabia, would have observed 29 fasts this year. There had initially been some confusion over the date of Eid al-Fitr in India this time, because Ramadan had started a day late, as a result of the moon not being seen on May 26.