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<strong>White</strong> House partially evacuated after <strong>man</strong> jumps fence

White House partially evacuated after man jumps fence

20 Sep 2014

Washington: In a rare occurrence, the White House was partially evacuated after a man climbed over its fence and sprinted through the lawn and the front door, minutes after President Barack Obama had left the high security compound with his family.

White House,   US President,   Barack Obama,   Omar J Gonzalez,   White House security,  
Leicester fight back to beat <strong>Man</strong> United 5-3, Spurs lose

Leicester fight back to beat Man United 5-3, Spurs lose

22 Sep 2014

London: Promoted Leicester City, trailing 3-1 with 30 minutes to go, fought back to beat Manchester United 5-3 on Sunday in one of the most astonishing Premier League matches for years at the King Power Stadium.

Leicester City,   Manchester United,   English Premier League,   King Power Stadium,  
US keen on strong military ties with India: Army Chief

US keen on strong military ties with India: Army Chief

19 Sep 2014

Washington: America is keen to sustain and strengthen its military relationship with India, US Army Chief said on Friday ahead of the Modi-Obama Summit at the White House later this month.

America,   military relationship,   India,   US Army Chief,   Modi-Obama Summit at White House,   General Raymond T Odierno ,  
US <strong>man</strong> charged with providing material support to ISIL

US man charged with providing material support to ISIL

17 Sep 2014

Washington: A US national from New York has been charged with providing material support to Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant (ISIL), a designated foreign terrorist organization. Mufid Elfgeeh, 30, of Rochester, was charged on Tuesday with three counts of attempting to provide material support to ISIL.

ISIL,   US,   ISIS,   IS militants,   US jihadi ,  
How <strong>white</strong> mushrooms turn brown

How white mushrooms turn brown

10 Sep 2014

London: An enzyme called tyrosinase, which is formed prior to fungal spoiling, is responsible for mushrooms turning brown, says a study that looked into the mechanisms behind the ‘browning reaction’.

white mushrooms,   enzyme,   fungal spoiling,   mushroom,   food spoilage,   ,  
US to expand Ebola response in West Africa

US to expand Ebola response in West Africa

16 Sep 2014

Washington: US President Barack Obama plans to announce this week an expanded response to the Ebola virus disease epidemic in West Africa, the White House said.

US President Barack Obama,   Ebola virus disease,   epidemic,   West Africa,   White House ,  
US can destroy ISIS without sending troops on ground: <strong>White</strong> House

US can destroy ISIS without sending troops on ground: White House

12 Sep 2014

Washington: US can accomplish its goal of degrading and destroying the Islamic State without sending troops on the ground in Iraq and Syria, the White House has said.

US,   ISIS,   IS militants,   Iraq,   Josh Earnest,   Ground combat troops,   Al-Qaeda,   Islamic caliphate,  
Lampard ready to make <strong>Man</strong> City debut against Arsenal

Lampard ready to make Man City debut against Arsenal

13 Sep 2014

London: Frank Lampard is "ready" to play for Manchester City and the former Chelsea midfielder could make his debut against Arsenal on Saturday, manager Manuel Pellegrini said on Friday.

Frank Lampard,   Manchester City,   Chelsea midfielder,   Arsenal,   Manuel Pellegrini,  
CBI Director must come out in black & <strong>white</strong> on allegations: Supreme Court

CBI Director must come out in black & white on allegations: Supreme Court

08 Sep 2014

New Delhi: CBI Director Ranjit Sinha was on Monday directed by the Supreme Court to come out in "black and white" on averments made against him for allegedly entertaining scam-tainted visitors at his official residence here, saying that it is a "serious" issue.

Ranjit Sinha,   Supreme Court,   CBI ,  
Neel Mukherjee shortlisted for 2014 <strong>Man</strong> Booker prize

Neel Mukherjee shortlisted for 2014 Man Booker prize

09 Sep 2014

New Delhi: British-Indian writer Neel Mukherjee's family saga ‘The Lives of Others’ has been shortlisted for 2014 Man Booker prize, it was announced on Tuesday.

Neel Mukherjee,   Man Booker prize,   British-Indian writer,   The Lives of Others,   Commonwealth countries,  

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