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  1. In a first, PMO assigns work for junior ministersRead the original story w/Photo

    10 min ago |

    Breaking a long tradition, the PMO has ensured that specific divisions in each ministry are allocated to junior ministers, report Sanjeeb Mukherjee and Archis Mohan. ithin about a fortnight of expanding and reshuffling the Cabinet, the Narendra Modi-led Prime Minister's Office has put in place an elaborate mechanism to ensure that junior ministers are not only empowered on paper but also delegated important work.


  2. Huge dinosaur footprint discoveredRead the original story w/Photo

    14 min ago | KMIZ

    There's a good chance that if flesh-eating dinosaurs were still around today, we wouldn't just have to worry about their sharp teeth. Scientists recently uncovered a record-setting footprint in Bolivia.


  3. Rural crime cost Northamptonshire people half a million pounds in one yearRead the original story

    17 min ago | Northampton Today

    NFU Mutual's annual Rural Crime Report shows Northamptonshire farmers and other people living in rural parts of the county lost half a million pounds worth of property in 2015. Although thefts are down six per cent from 2014 , the complexity of the crimes is accelerating.


  4. New Ferrari supercar platform under developmentRead the original story w/Photo

    30 min ago | India Auto News

    The new platform in question is being developed with Ferrari's long-standing engineering partner Altair. It is expected to be 10% lighter than the existing platform with 20% better crash and NVH performance.


  5. Mahindra KUV100 LHD to be exported to Europe soonRead the original story w/Photo

    30 min ago | India Auto News

    The micro crossover is already being exported to South Africa and a few other RHD markets. According to Economic Times' sources, Mahindra is targeting to export 20,000 units of KUV100 to Hungary and South Africa in the first year.


  6. Baghdad facing Invasion of . . . Cockroaches, as Temps reach 122 b/c Climate ChangeRead the original story w/Photo

    30 min ago | Juan Cole

    Last week Baghdad faced a new threat: A plague of cockroaches, brought out by higher summer temperatures. All sorts of strange stories about the insect invaders emerged.


  7. USA: 7.7-Magnitude Quake Off Northern Marianas, No Tsunami AlertRead the original story w/Photo

    33 min ago | Outlook

    A strong but deep 7.7 magnitude earthquake struck off the Northern Mariana Islands in the western Pacific today, but triggered no tsunami alert, US monitors said.


  8. Day campers learn pollinationRead the original story

    37 min ago | The Inter-Mountain

    YMCA Day Campers age 7-9 enjoyed discovery activities to learn how bees and butterflies pollinate flowers at the Kump Education Center on Wednesday.


  9. Prestage and the environmentRead the original story

    40 min ago | The Messenger

    Since announcing our desire to build a pork processing plant in Wright County, we have received several questions regarding our environmental record and want to provide the public with answers. First, the environment is extremely important to us.


  10. Plane hit power lineRead the original story w/Photo

    41 min ago | The Messenger

    The pilot of a crop-dusting plane was killed when the aircraft crashed south of Sac City Friday morning, according to emergency personnel. The plane crashed after striking power lines at about 9:15 a.m., according to Elizabeth Cory, a spokeswoman for the Federal Aviation Administration.


  11. Thumbs Up/DownRead the original story

    41 min ago | Journal

    THUMBS UP: The national political conventions are now over. The "presumptive nominees" are now just "nominees."


  12. Amazona s reinvestment at core of growthRead the original story w/Photo

    41 min ago | Monterey County Herald

    Amazon's Prime service has, at heart, always been about free two-day shipping. The $99 annual subscription includes a variety of other goodies, but the near-instant gratification of fast, no-extra-cost delivery was the program's original draw and remains central to its appeal for its estimated 60 million subscribers.


  13. Children enjoy visit with animals during Tri-Town Summer Festival a Four Hours of FunaRead the original story w/Photo

    43 min ago | Ogdensburg Courier-Observer/Journal

    A Jersey cow from a Prosper's Farmstead Creamery, along with a few varieties of chickens and a Guinea hen from a hobby farm, made special appearances at Friday's kick-off for the Tri-Town Summer Festival, and they were a prelude to the theme for the Winter Carnival that will take place early next year. Tri-Town Chamber of Commerce President Michelle First said the 2016 Winter Carnival theme will be “Back to the Farm,” which she said will “celebrate the return to agriculture in the area.” She said the agriculture theme continues today during the Tri-Town Farmer's Market, which runs from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. near the Brasher Municipal Building.


  14. When did optimism become uncool?Read the original story w/Photo

    46 min ago | St. Petersburg Times

    ... The U.S. military is not only the world's strongest, it is the strongest ever. The United States leads the world in science and engineering, in business innovation, in every aspect of creativity, including the arts. Terrorism is a serious concern, ...


  15. Try century plants as soaring landscape alternativeRead the original story w/Photo

    48 min ago | St. Petersburg Times

    Karen Schmidt from the Wellswood neighborhood in Tampa was excited about her century plants when all four of them bloomed at once. In 2009, lightning struck an old grand oak tree in her front yard and she had to have it cut down.


  16. Dry summer hits North Hall farms, livestock pastures hardRead the original story w/Photo

    48 min ago | The Times

    Jerry Truelove inspects a field of alfalfa Friday afternoon at his Clermont dairy. With normal rain, the alfalfa plants should be knee-high, he said.


  17. ...MORERead the original story w/Photo

    50 min ago | The Union Democrat

    ... propaganda, investors and entrepreneurs flock to California. Foothill voters have a choice. You can go with the anti-science know-nothing Republican ideologues who skillfully push emotional advertising buttons, or you can look out the window, see ...


  18. Search continues for Asian Longhorned BeetleRead the original story w/Photo

    51 min ago | The Item Extra

    The traps, which are to test for the presence of Asian Longhorned Beetle , have been around the reservoir for years, according to Felicia Andre, ALB ground operations supervisor for the Department of Conservation and Recreation, based in Worcester. The ALB is a destructive, non-native insect detected several years ago in Worcester.


  19. Forensics expert: Kerosene was applied minutes before fatal blazeRead the original story w/Photo

    51 min ago | The Union Democrat

    Karl Karlsen, wearing a navy-colored sport jacket and shackled in handcuffs, enters the Calaveras County Courtroom Monday morning for his preliminary hearing. Kerosene found on the carpet in the hallway outside the bathroom where Christina Alexander Karlsen succumbed to smoke inhalation in a fire to her Murphys home 25 years ago was applied minutes before the flames broke out, according to an arson investigator who examined the scene in February 1991.


  20. Jurassic QuestRead the original story w/Photo

    56 min ago | The Capital-Journal

    Jurassic Quest is showing at the Kansas Expocentre this weekend. The exhibit is a Dinosaur Adventure for the whole family and features ultra-realistic, life-size animatronic dinosaurs.