'Robin Hood' Burglar With Lavish Tastes Arrested By Delhi Police

July 17, 2017

New Delhi: This modern day Robin Hood had quite a taste for the good life. Irfan, 27, stole from Delhi’s rich and organised health camps in his village in Bihar. He kept quite a bit of the loot for himself too — spending lavishly on expensive cars, fashionable apparel and trips to watering holes in Mumbai and Delhi, police said. That was until he was arrested by a Delhi Police…

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What Would It Take to Wipe Out All Life on Earth?

July 17, 2017

(Credit: Shutterstock) The first exoplanet was spotted in 1988. Since then more than 3,000 planets have been found outside our solar system, and it’s thought that around 20 percent of Sun-like stars have an Earth-like planet in their habitable zones. We don’t yet know if any of these host life – and we don’t know how life begins. But even if life does begin, would it survive? Earth has undergone…

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Engineer On Anti-Power Theft Raid Dies After Mob Chases Him In Delhi

July 17, 2017

New Delhi: An engineer of an electricity distribution company died after his car hit a tree while he was trying to escape a mob that allegedly chased him during an anti-power theft drive in New Delhi, a spokesperson of the company, BSES, said. Four people who were in the car with him were also injured.The police, however, said the engineer identified as Abhimanyu Singh, 32, died in a suspected case…

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Gettleman out as Panthers GM after 4 seasons

July 17, 2017

12:40 PM ET ESPN.com news services The Carolina Panthers have fired general manager Dave Gettleman effective immediately, the team announced Monday. “After much thought and a long evaluation of our football operations, I have decided to relieve Dave Gettleman of his duties as general manager,” team owner Jerry Richardson said in a statement. “I want to thank Dave for the role he played in our success over the past four…

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Tee times, groupings for The Open announced

9:33 AM ET SOUTHPORT, England – Henrik Stenson will begin defense of his Open title on Thursday at 4:47 a.m. (9:47 a.m. local time) alongside two-time major champion Jordan Spieth and Players champion Si Woo Kim. The Open gets started at 6:35 a.m. local time with Mark O’Meara hitting the first tee shot. O’Meara won the Open at Royal Birkdale in 1998. He will be playing with American Ryan Moore…

July 17, 2017
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Boost Your Email ROI by Improving Your Copy's Readability

July 17, 2017

As an email marketer, you test subject lines and calls to action for optimal performance, but are you submitting your copy to the ultimate test? If you’re not testing your copy for readability, you may be missing out on clicks, conversions, and revenue. Why Does Readability Matter? When on average office workers receive 121 emails per day, fighting for your reader’s attention is a brutal free-for-all. And that fight isn’t…

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Source: Cowboys RB Elliott part of bar incident

July 17, 2017

9:00 AM ET ESPN.com news services Cowboys running back Ezekiel Elliott was involved in a late-night incident at a Dallas bar Sunday, a source confirmed to ESPN’s Adam Schefter. A Dallas Police spokesperson said no arrests have been reported in connection with the incident. 105.3 FM The Fan in Dallas first reported Elliott’s involvement. Elliott is already under NFL investigation stemming from a 2016 domestic violence accusation against him. The…

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Olney: Players who will be traded before the deadline

July 17, 2017

7:56 AM ET Justin Verlander has been mentioned in trade talks, and it’s possible that market moons and stars will align and the future Hall of Famer switches teams. But any Verlander deal would be incredibly complicated for the Tigers to pull off in the short time frame that remains before the July 31 trade deadline, because of his salary, his stature within Detroit history and his ability to veto…

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Acidifying Oceans Favor Sea Vermin

July 17, 2017

A common triplefin, one of the fish species that may dominate temperate habitats in the near, acidic future. Photo c/o Wikimedia Scientists predict that in the next twenty years, the amount of carbon dioxide (CO2) in our atmosphere will rise from the roughly 404 ppm it is now to over 450 ppm—and as a result, ecosystems worldwide will change. Many impacts will be particularly felt in our planet’s oceans. As…

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