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Malaysian papers turn black in tribute to crashed jet:

KUALA LUMPUR, March 25, 2014 (AFP) - Malaysian newspapers ran arresting atramentous foreground pages Tuesday in accolade to the victims of Flight MH370, which comatose in the southern Indian Ocean with 239 humans aboard.

Malaysia's better English-language daily, The Star, ran a abrupt wrap-around awning emblazoned with the words "MH370 R.I.P." The names of the victims, rendered in baby print, fabricated up the belletrist of the headline. READ MORE..

  World Managers to join Mandela's burial

(Updated: 08:29, Monday December 9, 2013)

Fifty-three heads of state and government have so far confirmed attendance at upcoming memorial events for peace icon Nelson Mandela, South African Foreign Minister Maite Nkoana-Mashabane says.
The dignitaries will include US leader Barack Obama, along with three former American presidents, Brazilian leader Dilma Rousseff, French foremost Francois Hollande and British major Minister David Cameron.
There has been 'unprecedented interest' to attend the statesman's burial week after he passed away on Thursday night, Nkoana-Mashabane notified a report seminar in Johannesburg.
Numerous managers will attend a memorial service on Tuesday at the Soccer town stadium, where Mandela made his last foremost public appearance during the 2010 football World Cup.
A lesser assembly would journey to the Nobel calm laureate's country childhood town Qunu for his funeral service and burial next Sunday.  

              Paul Walker crash: report

The trouble-prone Porsche that “Fast & Furious” star Paul Walker was riding in when he died in a crash suffered a mechanical failure that was likely caused by a power steering fluid leak, a new report said Monday.

Sources connected to Always Evolving – the auto shop co-owned by Walker and Porsche driver Roger Rodas — told the celebrity Web site TMZ that they saw “evidence of a fluid burst and subsequent fluid trail before the skid marks at the accident scene.”
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The sources said that the lack of skid marks until just before the point of impact suggests the driver didn’t have control of the speeding car’s steering.   READ MORE 


Seamers still a weak link for India


Though the Indian team would be high on self-assurance after its emphatic win over Australia in the second ODI, the perennial problem with seam-bowlers continues to be a being concerned factor. Indian seamers are still labouring to attach to the basics in the ongoing sequence against Aussies, their bowling has been attractive ordinary so far. 

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