Root to discuss Stokes' Test vice-captaincy

March 1, 2018

12:43 PM ET Ben Stokes’ position as England’s Test vice-captain will be discussed in the next couple of weeks, following his return to international cricket. Stokes was not stripped of the title in the wake of the incident in Bristol last September that led to him being charged with affray to which he pleaded not-guilty last month. James Anderson took over the role for the Ashes in Stokes’ absence, but…

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Browns GM will listen to offers for No. 1 pick

March 1, 2018

12:48 PM ET John Dorsey has a message for his peers. “Give me a call and see what’s up,” the The Browns are expected to draft a quarterback with the first overall pick, but coach Hue Jackson says it is too soon to say who that will be while noting the team won’t rush to play the potential franchise pick right away. “Why wouldn’t I?” he said. The Browns traded…

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Refused Loan By PNB, Man In Bihar Allegedly Commits Suicide

March 1, 2018

Patna: A youth allegedly committed suicide in Bihar’s Supaul district on Thursday after he was refused a loan for his plastic factory by Punjab National Bank, police said. Sanjay Mandal was said to be depressed after his loan application was rejected by officials of the PNB branch at Basbitti Road in Supaul. District police official Vidhassgar said police has begun an investigation from all angles. Sanjay’s neighbours told police he…

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Ex-WR Carruth no longer seeks custody of son

March 1, 2018

11:45 AM ET CHARLOTTE, N.C. — Former Rae Carruth wrote a letter to the mother of Cherica Adams and spoke with a Charlotte TV station, accepting responsibility for the 1999 conspiracy to murder Adams and expressing interest in gaining custody of his son upon release from prison. This letter came a few weeks after Carruth, scheduled to be released in October, sent a letter to WBTV in Charlotte in which…

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Holi 2018: DTC Buses To Run After 2pm Tomorrow

March 1, 2018

New Delhi: The Delhi Transport Corporation will not run buses tomorrow morning and resume its services only from 2pm on account of Holi, an official said today. The public transporter will run buses on selected routes as per requirement tomorrow evening, the official said. As the passenger load will be less due to the festival, only 896 buses will operate after 2pm tomorrow, he said. Details about bus services on…

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Oral cancer returns for Hall of Famer Jim Kelly

March 1, 2018

11:52 AM ET Pro Football Hall of Fame quarterback Jim Kelly will once again undergo treatment for oral cancer after recent testing showed evidence that the cancer has returned. “As our family has faced many trials and triumphs throughout the years, you have blessed us with your prayers. We are asking for those prayers once again,” Kelly said in a statement Thursday. “The oral cancer we hoped would be gone…

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Warner counsels Bancroft after 'soft' dismissal

March 1, 2018

11:15 AM ET Australia’s vice-captain David Warner revealed a heart-to-heart conversation with his embattled opening partner Cameron Bancroft after the younger man’s swift dismissal on the first morning of the Durban Test match, in a manner that suggested a mind working overtime to find answers to the vexing questions posed at international level. Having been retained in the Australia side despite an underwhelming Ashes campaign in which technical faults around…

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Mexican women are marrying TREES! Here’s why

March 1, 2018

By Shreya Das Written by Shreya Das | New Delhi | Published: March 1, 2018 9:54 pm The group of activists dressed as brides married trees in Mexico. (Representational photo/ Pixabay) A wedding is a special affair and couples these days are trying their best to make it unique. From getting married on Mt Everest to underwater weddings, more often than not, such unusual ceremonies are winning hearts on the…

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