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Why your Twitter friends are more interesting than you
New Scientist

Why your Twitter friends are more interesting than you

Jacob Aron, reporter (Image: William Andrew/Getty) Ever felt you can't quite match up to the people you follow on Twitter? While you're tweeting about that lunchtime cheese sandwich, their feeds are full of elegant witticisms, ... New Scientist, 1 day ago
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'India look emotionally drained; haven't performed as a unit'

India captain MS Dhoni in conversation with his teammates. Photograph: Getty Images Disappointed with India's performance in the ongoing tour of Australia, former New Zealand cricketer Danny Morrison feels the touring side looks"emotionally drained". India lost the four-match Test series against Australia 0-2 and are yet to post a win in the ongoing ODI tri-series against hosts and England.  "India look emotionally drained. The Test series was shrunk due to the ...
 Rediff.com3 days ago 'It's an intense Test series and the ODIs won't be any different'  Rediff.com1 week ago 'Dhoni could have played 100 Tests...but has done a good thing'  Rediff.com1 week ago Speed, the new weapon for India's pace bowlers!  Rediff.com1 month ago
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Why the United States Controls Guantanamo Bay

US Marines raising the American Flag over Guantanamo Bay in 1898 US Marine Corps—The LIFE Images Collection/Getty President Obama promised to close the prison there on Jan. 22, 2009 It was six years ago, on Jan. 22, 2009, two days after he ...
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How to be more assertive at work

Image: Mashable Composite Getty Creative for The Muse 2015-01-17 14:15:31 UTC Follow @dailymuse Have you ever admired a co-worker who's able to navigate challenging situations with ease and professionalism, no matter the politics and ...
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'In this World Cup, you can almost predict the top eight teams'

Former India capatin Rahul Dravid. Photograph: Getty Images Having been a part of three World Cup campaigns, former India cricket captain Rahul Dravid said that the current format of the 50-over showpiece event, starting mid February in Australia and New Zealand, is too predictable and should be improved upon.  "Don't really like it. Reason is you can almost predict who the top eight teams are going to be. There comes a time in the tournament, and I sensed it in ...
 Rediff.com5 days ago 'Dhoni's left Indian cricket in a better place than it was when he took over'  Rediff.com3 weeks ago 'Individually, Dhoni can't win you a World Cup'  Rediff.com1 month ago
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UFC: McGregor vs. Siver - staff predictions

Conor McGregor looks to extend his UFC winning streak to five-straight on Monday (AEST) Image Getty 'Terrifying' Aussie Lombard UFC's most feared 'Bones' in rehab Jones and the top MMA drug busts This Monday (AEST), Conor McGregor ...
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Why the Upcoming Leap Second Could Be a Big Headache for the Internet

Leap second Tetra Images via Getty It could crash websites and delay flights Pop quiz: How many seconds are in a day? If you guessed 86,400, youd be right—except on June 30, 2015, when an extra second is being added to the clock. This ...
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Chappell, Clarke question Kohli's tactics

Virat Kohli. Photograph: Scott Barbour/Getty Images Just into his second Test as India captain, Virat Kohli has come under severe criticism for his tactics from Australian batting greats Ian Chappell and Michael Clarke for the way he shuffled his bowlers during the ongoing fourth and final cricket Test here. Former captain Chappell and Clarke were of the view that they were surprised by Kohli's certain field placements and change of bowlers on the opening day of the final Test here. Just after ...
 Rediff.com2 weeks ago Aussies called me spoilt brat, it worked in my favour, says Kohli  Rediff.com4 weeks ago India is going to be aggressive, warns Haddin  Rediff.com1 month ago
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Bond to step down as NZ bowling coach after World Cup

Blackcaps bowling coach Shane Bond. Photograph: Phil Walter/Getty Images New Zealand bowling coach Shane Bond will step down after the World Cup, the country's cricket board said on Friday. Former test bowler Bond would not be renewing his contract against the wishes of the board, New Zealand Cricket (NZC) said, without elaborating on why the 39-year-old was withdrawing his services. "Make no bones about this... we're very disappointed to be losing Shane," NZC head of cricket Lindsay Crocker ...
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Qatar Open: Nadal comeback ends in loss to German journeyman

Rafael Nadal of Spain. Photograph: Francois Nel/Getty Images Rafael Nadal's season got off to a miserable start as his comeback from injury and illness stalled in the Qatar Open first round with a 1-6, 6-3, 6-4 defeat by German journeyman Michael Berrer on Tuesday. Djokovic eases past compatriot in Doha The Spaniard, who endured a stop-start season during the latter half of 2014 after suffering from a wrist injury and appendicitis, looked on track for a promising win when he took the first set ...
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