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Image: Getty Surprise, motherfuckers! Your summer travel plans are about to get all kinds of messed up. Ha ha, wait, that's not a surprise. On Wednesday, Peter V. Neffenger, the head of the Transportation Security Administration, appeared ... Gizmodo, 13 hours ago

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Tomic hits back at Australian coach Rasheed

IMAGE: Australia's Bernard Tomic reacts. Photograph: Chris Hyde/Getty Images. Bernard Tomic lived up to his reputation as an outspoken player when he hit back at tennis coach Roger Rasheed who criticised his fellow Australian's behaviour. After Tomic's first-round victory over American Brian Baker at the French Open on Tuesday, Rasheed told local radio that the player should show more commitment. "To be honest I could beat Brian Baker...he couldn't hit two balls on the court," said Rasheed, ...
 Rediff.com1 day ago Now, Tennis Australia chief slams Tomic, Kyrgios  Rediff.com2 weeks ago Just stupid: Tomic's dumbest move yet  NEWS.com.au3 weeks ago
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The saddest moment of Nadal's career was...

IMAGE: Rafael Nadal, nine times the French Open champion reacts. Photograph: Matthew Lewis/Getty Images. Rafael Nadal knows only too well what it's like to miss out on playing at the Olympics, hence he does not understand why so many of his fellow tennis professionals are turning their backs on the Rio Games in August. When injury forced the 2008 Beijing gold medallist to withdraw from the 2012 London Games, he described it as ‘one of the saddest moments of my career’. As a ...
 Rediff.com1 day ago 'It's not the end': Nadal pulls out of French Open due ...  Firstpost.com14 hours ago Rafael Nadal follows through on sue threat  The New Daily1 month ago

Treating OCD with exposure therapy

Image: Obsessive-compulsive tendencies are more common than you might think (Getty Image) Close to one in three people report obsessive-compulsive behaviours in their lives. But the condition is poorly understood—and, as Lynne Malcolm and Olivia ...
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Why golf champion McIlroy might skip Rio Games

IMAGE: Northern Ireland's Rory McIlroy speaks to the media. Photograph: Sam Greenwood/Getty Images. Rory McIlroy took a long time to decide he would represent Ireland at the 2016 Rio Olympics but the 27-year-old World No 3 could now miss golf's return to the Games after a 112-year absence because of concerns over the Zika virus. The Northern Irishman had threatened to skip the Olympics as he agonised over representing Great Britain or Ireland in Brazil but after opting for the latter in ...
 Rediff.com4 days ago McIlroy blasts 'stuffy' Muirfield's men-only vote  AFP1 week ago
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Where will UK tourists go instead of Tunisia?

From the section UK Image copyright David Ramos, Getty Tourist numbers are dramatically down in countries affected by terrorism and concerns about attacks. With the summer holidays approaching, where will British tourists go instead? ...
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Why China fakes 488 million social media posts a year

0 Shares Share Tweet Share What's This? Image: Yiu Yu Hoi/getty images Shai Oster for Bloomberg 2016-05-19 16:57:23 UTC Follow @@business China's government fabricates about 488 million social media comments a year — nearly the same as one day of ...
 Mashable1 week ago Finally, average Joes can invest in (and lose money on) startups  Mashable2 weeks ago 3 times you should hit 'reset' on the job search — and how to do it  Mashable3 weeks ago Here's why you can't actually be a vegetarian  Mashable1 month ago
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Trend to try: New ways to twist up your ponytail

1 /12 Alberta Ferreti spring/summer 2016 Image: Getty Kareena Kapoor Khan Image: Instagram.com/kareenamania Anushka Sharma Image: Instagram.com/anushkasharma Dia Mirza Image: Instagram.com/diamirza Deepika Padukone ...
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Women give the boot to high-heeled slavery

Model Bella Hadid attends 'The Unknown Girl (La Fille Inconnue)' premiere at Cannes. Image by: GISELA SCHOBER/GETTY The Cannes Film Festival has come to an end - and pictures of the stars looking glamorous on the red carpet have flooded social ...
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Reason for Pak's poor performance: 'Absence of educated players in team'

IMAGE: Only Misbah-ul-Haq was a proper graduate in the team, said Shaharyar Khan. Photograph: Getty Images. The Pakistan Cricket Board Chairman Shaharyar Khan says absence of educated players in the national team was one of the reasons for its recent poor performance. Talking to the media in Quetta, Khan said that presently only Misbah-ul-Haq was a proper graduate in the team. "There is no graduate player in the team right now except for Misbah and the absence of educated players in the ...
 Rediff.com1 week ago All play, no books! Lack of educated players hurting ...  Firstpost.com1 week ago
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