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The national cricket board on Wednesday announced captaincy roles for Chandimal and Tharanga. After Angelo Mathews stepped down as captain from all formats, Dinesh Chandimal has been appointed as their 15th Test skipper. The new captains will kick-start their leadership stints in the full home series against India, starting July 26. Ervine built a few crucial partnerships including a 84-run fifth-wicket stand with Sikandar Raza (36) to improve on Zimbabwe's position after they elected to ...
  • American Mother Warns Parents to Be Careful with Trampoline Injuries

    American Mother Warns Parents to Be Careful with Trampoline Injuries

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    The AAP takes an even harder stance - the organization is opposed to trampoline time altogether, stating that the risk of collisions, unsafe landings and bad falls is just too great. In a 2006 position statement , the American Academy of Pediatrics recommended "that trampolines should never be used in the home environment, in routine physical education classes or in outdoor playgrounds".
  • Boy With Food Allergies Dies After Eating Cheese

    Boy With Food Allergies Dies After Eating Cheese

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    Karanbir Cheema was transported to a London hospital after becoming ill at school, but died 10 days later, shattering his family and friends. Now we want answers. She said: 'I heard from a student that a boy came up and put a bit of cheese down his shirt. We just can not understand what happened. They are just 13-year-old boys.
  • Charlie Gard's parents to learn fresh High Court verdict

    Charlie Gard's parents to learn fresh High Court verdict

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    The parents of a terminally ill British baby whose life support is to be withdrawn are to present new evidence in court Thursday, demanding they be allowed to travel to the United States for treatment. The hospital believes his life support systems should be turned off. "Chris and Connie are regular parents who want to offer their son what would be normal treatment in the United States", said Bobby Schindler, President of the Terri Schiavo Life & Hope Network.
  • NY welcomes Bollywood, all set for IIFA 2017

    NY welcomes Bollywood, all set for IIFA 2017

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    IIFA Awards 2017 will be held at the iconic Metlife Statdium in New York City from July 13 to 15. Colors will exclusively air the event live from NY at IST 9 a.m. This year's event will have a special show to celebrate 25 years of A.R. Rahman, featuring the maestro himslef along with Javed Ali, Benny Dayal, Neeti Mohan, Jonita Gandhi, Diljit Dosanjh, and Haricharan.
  • PETA returns to court over monkey copyright case

    PETA returns to court over monkey copyright case

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    The photos of the monkey with a "smile" were taken in 2011 in Sulawesi, Indonesia with a camera that the British nature photographer David Slater left unattended. The judges grilled him on why PETA has status to represent Naruto and said that "having genuine care for the animal" isn't enough to establish "next friend" relationship, which is required to represent the monkey in court.
  • What Video Just Surpassed 'Gangnam Style' as Most-Viewed Ever?

    What Video Just Surpassed 'Gangnam Style' as Most-Viewed Ever?

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    Wiz Khalifa and Charlie Puth , however, are not sitting very comfortable in that position, because their song is already facing some serious competition. Fascinatingly, the video strips " Gangnam Style ", a video that seems to have followed the ideal formula for virality, of the top honor. "I remember when I signed up for YouTube in 2007 and had hopes of uploading a video and it reaching 10,000 views".
  • Trump set for climate confrontation in Paris

    Trump set for climate confrontation in Paris

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    As U.S. President Donald Trump touches down for France's most important national holiday today, French protesters have organized a series of events in protest of the U.S. Trump and Macron are political outsiders, the American a real estate mogul, his French counterpart a former investment banker. "To achieve this, he'll have to go beyond images and symbols".
  • Woman Dies From Tick-Bourne Virus

    Woman Dies From Tick-Bourne Virus

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    They can be as small as a pin head and latch on where you may least expect it. Tim Maxvill of Any Lab Test Now in Chesterfield said that so far, he has seen a few patients come into his clinic concerned about whether they've been bitten. Both individuals survived the infection of the Heartland virus, which first sickened two people in Missouri in 2009. Only one out of eight patients had died from the disease as of March 2014.
  • Indians Killed, 4 Injured In Saudi Arabia Fire

    Indians Killed, 4 Injured In Saudi Arabia Fire

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    After receiving the information, Indian Consul General Md. According to initial reports, the fire broke out due to a short-circuit in an old air conditioning unit. "He is updating me on regular basis", Ms Swaraj replied in a series of tweets. Poverty often forces migrant workers to live in impoverished conditions in Saudi Arabia and other Arab states.
  • Traders Watch List: Bristol-Myers Squibb Company (BMY)

    Traders Watch List: Bristol-Myers Squibb Company (BMY)

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    It has underperformed by 39.89% the S&P500. Bristol-Myers Squibb Company ( BMY ) has 1.68 Billion shares outstanding and 1.65 Billion shares were floated in market. Private Asset Management Inc reported 1.76% of its portfolio in Bristol-Myers Squibb Co (NYSE:BMY). 15,000 shares were sold by ROBERTS CHRISTOPHER G, worth $1.08 million.