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India vs Sri Lanka statistical review: First ODI at Hambantota – Cricket Country

Zee News India vs Sri Lanka statistical review: First ODI at HambantotaCricket CountryCricketcountry Opens Door For Aspiring Cricket Journalists. Cricketcountry.com is … Virender Sehwag's 96 off 97 balls is his first half-century in six innings since registering 219 against the West Indies at Indore on December 8 last year. # Sehwag's …Umesh Yadav prepared for Sri Lanka challenge – Cricket ...

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Deonarine ton puts New Zealand under pressure – ESPNcricinfo.com

ESPNcricinfo.com Deonarine ton puts New Zealand under pressureESPNcricinfo.comWest Indies Cricket Board President's XI v New Zealanders, 2nd day … One of the Australian batting mainstays in the mid-80's was Kepler Wessels from SA & one of their finest spinners, Clarrie Grimmet, was born in NZ & played his early cricket there.We are disappointed, but learning: Daniel Vettori – Cricket News ...

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NSA top spy going to Defcon 2012

Related topics NSADefConHackersHackingSpy Advertisement General Keith Alexander, director of the National Security Agency (NSA), will speak at the Defcon conference, the Pentagon affirmed. General Keith B. Alexander is also the current Commander, United States Cyber Command. Defcon for those of you who don’t know is a community of “hackers.” Not to be confused with “crackers”. Hackers, are a whole sub ...

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Presidential busts: The runner-up: Jimmy Carter (1977-1981)

For someone who didn’t live through the era, it may be difficult to understand the pervasive gloom that hung over the United States in 1979 and 1980. Our hostages were stuck in Iran, and a rescue effort became a deadly fiasco in the desert. The Soviet Union dramatically escalated the Cold War with its invasion of Afghanistan. But worst of ...

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US cuts military aid to Rwanda over Congo concerns

JOHANNESBURG — The U.S. government said Saturday it has cut this year’s planned military assistance to Rwanda amid concerns that the government in Kigali is supporting rebel movements in neighboring Congo. “The United States has been actively engaged at the highest levels to urge Rwanda to halt and prevent the provision of such support, which threatens to undermine stability in ...

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In Pictures: Riba Sterling Prize shortlist 2012

The six buildings shortlisted for this year's Sterling Prize for new architecture awarded by the Royal Institute of British Architects (Riba) have been announced. The London Olympic Stadium, recognised for its sustainability, is the second Olympic venue to have been shortlisted – the Velodrome was nominated last year. The…

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Uncle Sam’s health-care obligation to the military

The Congressional Budget Office (CBO) report that Walter Pincus cited in his July 17 Fine Print column, “CBO says military health-care costs could soar,” tells only half the story and ignores the obvious: Those who pursued a career in uniform have every right to use the benefits they were told that their decades of service would earn for them. Those…

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Rihanna: Respect is impressive – Belfast Telegraph

Belfast TelegraphRihanna: Respect is impressiveBelfast TelegraphOver the weekend, Rihanna went on a last-minute escape to the Mediterranean for peace of mind. While vacationing the singer shared her thoughts on relationships with her fans on Twitter. &...

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Letters: Ponder’s dedication commendable – The Advocate

Letters: Ponder's dedication commendableThe AdvocateIt is, indeed, nauseating that our judges travel to St. Maarten, Hawaii, St. Kitts and the Dominican Republic, taking off up to three months in a year because of sick leave, vacation and travel, w...

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