Paul Casey plays family waiting game in quest for FedEx victory

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• Leader Paul Casey yet to see second child because of play-offs
• Justin Thomas and Webb Simpson also on seven under par with Englishman

If eyebrows were raised at Paul Casey’s decision to remain in competitive mode rather than attend the birth of his second child, the Englishman may be about to supply the perfect response.

Casey has not yet met

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Frida the rescue dog emerges as hero of Mexican earthquake

Frida the rescue dog emerges as hero of Mexican earthquake

MEXICO CITY: For a country still in mourning and counting its dead from Tuesday’s devastating earthquake, Frida the Navy rescue dog has emerged as a source of inspiration and pride in the search for survivors.

Known for her custom-made doggy goggles and boots, the 7-year-old yellow Labrador has become a social media star, appearing on one

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Terrorist Dawood Changed Hideout Four Times Since 2014 In Modi's Fear

Terrorist Dawood Changed Hideout Four Times Since 2014 In Modi's Fear
Terrorist Dawood Changed Hideout Four Times Since 2014 In Modi's Fear


Iqbal Kaskar, Dawood Ibrahim's brother arrested in an extortion case, told the police that Dawood's security has been scaled up 50 times and his hideout changed four times since 2014. Reportedly, Dawood, who is in Pakistan, fears a surprise attack by the Modi-led NDA government.

Is Iqbal's arrest a government strategy to corner Dawood? What else

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Opera browser adds 360-degree virtual reality support in version 49

Opera is adding support for 360-degree virtual reality video in its Developer browser version 49. This new developer update comes with a built-in VR 360 player for headsets such as HTC Vive, Oculus Rift and other OpenVR compatible devices.

Although VR headsets have been around for a while now, associated content hasn’t taken off to the extent we’d e

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Four rangers killed by bomb in rebel-hit Thai south

Four rangers killed by bomb in rebel-hit Thai south

BANGKOK: Four Thai army rangers were killed Friday when a roadside bomb tore through their truck as they were securing a road for teachers, an army official said, the latest carnage in an insurgency roiling the kingdom’s far south.

The Muslim-majority region that borders Malaysia has seethed with violence for over a decade as ethnic

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