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Canada's teams come up against powerhouses at Commonwealth Games

Canada's teams come up against powerhouses at Commonwealth Games

Tulloch, also a finalist in Montreal previous year, totalled 14.833 to comfortably see off his rivals, while his silver meant Wilson won his third medal of the Games. "That's not the way I wanted to win the gold medal with a close team mate being relegated to the sidelines, but you can't let it affect your focus", Montag said.


Black Panther surpasses Titanic, becomes 3rd biggest grosser ever in US

Black Panther surpasses Titanic, becomes 3rd biggest grosser ever in US

Black Panther has come in swinging with an estimated $659.2 million in USA domestic ticket sales after Friday night, which isn't really a surprise after smashing box office records in its opening weekend. This image released by Disney shows Michael B. Jordan , left, and Chadwick Boseman in a scene from Marvel Studios' " Black Panther ". By Sunday, according to Boxofficemojo, " Black Panther " will have reached 52 consecutive days in a row grossing at least $1 million, tying for the ...


Facebook to make 'unsend' feature available to all soon

Facebook to make 'unsend' feature available to all soon

In light of the revelation Facebook scans private messages, among other revelations, Facebook issued a press release to make its data policy more clear. It has also limited the amount of information third-party apps can collect from its platform, stopped permitting information from third-party data to be used to target ads, instituted stricter restrictions on large Facebook pages, and tightened its regulations on ads concerning political campaigns and issues.


TDP MPs evicted from RS at night as they refused to leave

TDP MPs evicted from RS at night as they refused to leave

Reports say that a total of 19 MPs were detained but were given the permission to leave if they wanted to. RS continued to witness loud protests with AIADMK and TDP entering the well pressing for a Cauvery management board and special status for Andhra.


Ex-South Korean leader Park gets 24-year prison term

Ex-South Korean leader Park gets 24-year prison term

South Korean former President Park Geun-hye was sentenced to 24 years in prison and was fined 18 billion won on Friday in a massive corruption scandal that toppled her from power in 2017. Park was removed from office early past year following months of massive rallies that saw millions take to the nation's streets calling for her ouster.