After Stunning Australia, Mithali Raj Warns England Ahead Of Final

Harmanpreet Kaur struck an astonishing unbeaten 171 — the highest score by an Indian player, male or female, in a World Cup knockout match — to set the platform for a thrilling 36-run semi-final victory over defending champions Australia at Derby on Thursday. India captain Mithali Raj has warned England not to expect an easy contest when they come up against her side in the ICC Women’s World Cup final on Sunday. Harmanpreet Kaur hit an astonishing unbeaten 171 — the highest score by an Indian player, male or female,…

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Beware! Your naughty history could be leaked from porn websites

Your days of porn are numbered. No seriously! Websites dealing with adult-rated smut videos and photos will soon be implementing age verification checks, despite the warning that your history of all your naughty searches could be leaked online in case of breaches. This is not deliberately being done, but it is a compulsory move by the government. The UK government has taken a step further into enforcing age verification for consumption of online pornography. This means that you would have to enter your mobile phone details and your passport details…

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Two charged, eight kilograms of cocaine seized at Melbourne Airport

Two German nationals are scheduled to appear in Melbourne Magistrates Court today, charged with attempting to import approximately eight kilograms of cocaine into Australia. A 22-year-old man and a 21-year-old woman arrived at Melbourne International Airport yesterday morning (Wednesday, 19 July 2017) on a flight from Germany. The pair’s luggage was selected for examination. Australian Border Force (ABF) officers detected a suspicious powder concealed within the luggage. Initial testing returned a positive result for cocaine. Further forensic testing will be conducted to determine the exact weight and purity of the…

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Early career Reef researchers receive a boost

Ten Queensland post-graduate students will receive nearly $17,000 worth of grants from the Great Barrier Reef Marine Park Authority for ground-breaking research into the Great Barrier Reef’s key risks and threats. Eight James Cook University students and two University of Queensland students working towards a Doctorate or Masters’ degree in physical, biological and social sciences will receive up to $2000 each. The research ranges from investigating the impact of increasing ocean temperature on commercially important coral reef fish to the impact of using oil spill dispersants in coral reef ecosystems.…

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