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WICB President to host West Indies Women and South Africa Women at … – SKNVibes.com

SKNVibes.com WICB President to host West Indies Women and South Africa Women at …SKNVibes.comCastries, St Lucia – The players and management of the West Indies and South Africa women’s teams will be the special guests of West Indies Cricket Board President Dr Julian Hunte this weekend. The two sides will face each other in a two-match T20 …

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Test cricket still strong: Brian Lara – Cricbuzz

ESPNcricinfo.com Test cricket still strong: Brian LaraCricbuzzThe growing popularity of Twenty20 internationals will not harm test cricket because the two formats of the game can thrive together, former West Indies captain Brian Lara said on Thursday. “I believe now with T20 cricket a lot more people are watching …Carl Hooper wants to be Bangladesh CoachCricket CountryLara goes gaga over TigersBangladesh ...

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Chris Gayle’s inclusion will enhance Jamaica’s chances – Cricket Country

ESPNcricinfo.com Chris Gayle’s inclusion will enhance Jamaica’s chancesCricket Country“The Jamaica Cricket Association sought approval for Gayle to replace the injured McCarthy,” said a statement from the West Indies Cricket Board (WICB) Thursday. “The WICB Caribbean T20 2013 Technical Committee approved the replacement.” Gayle was …Gayle arrives to boost Jamaica’s chancesTrinidad & Tobago ExpressGayle to join Jamaican team in St LuciaGo ...

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Minaj, Carey fail to boost “American Idol” audience

LOS ANGELES (Reuters) – The audience for “American Idol” slumped 19 percent to 17.9 million viewers, its lowest season opener, despite the debut of judges Mariah Carey, Nicki Minaj and Keith Urban, according to early ratings data released on Thursday. The two-hour premiere of the show’s 12th season on Fox television also lost 19 percent of the 18-49 age group ...

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“Dear Abby” advice columnist Pauline Phillips dead at 94

(Reuters) – Pauline Phillips, the “Dear Abby” newspaper columnist who dished out advice to millions of confused, troubled and lovesick readers in America and around the world, has died at the age of 94, her daughter said on Thursday. Phillips, whose twin sister Esther wrote the rival “Ask Ann Landers” column, died in Minneapolis on Wednesday after a long battle ...

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“Diff’rent Strokes” star Conrad Bain dies at 89

LOS ANGELES (Reuters) – Actor Conrad Bain, best known for his role on the 1970s and ’80s television comedy “Diff’rent Strokes” as a wealthy, white New Yorker who adopts two young black boys from Harlem, has died at age 89, his daughter said on Wednesday. Bain, who starred opposite the young Gary Coleman on the NBC sitcom as his adoptive ...

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Professor Tony Martin dies at 70 – Trinicenter.com

Professor Tony Martin dies at 70Trinicenter.comDr. Tony Martin, former Professor Emeritus at Wellesley College, has passed over tonight, January 17th 2013 in Trinidad & Tobago at West Shore Medical Hospital. Trinidadian-born Dr. Martin taught at th...

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Review: Electronica with dark corners lurking from El G – Los Angeles Times

Review: Electronica with dark corners lurking from El GLos Angeles TimesLike soccer, the current electronic dance music craze arrived late to South America after being invented decades earlier and thousands of miles away. But as eventually happened with fútbol, the prodigies of Latin America are schooling the rest of the …

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USVI Former Lawmaker Admits Guilt

News Americas, ST. JOHN’S, USVI, Fri. Jan. 18, 2013: A former U.S. Virgin Islands lawmaker on Thursday admitted to operating and participating in a criminal enterprise including bribery and mail fraud. Former United States Virgin Islands Senator Alvin Williams, Jr., pleaded guilty to the charges as laid out in a grand jury indictment on Nov. 8, 2012. Williams, 34, copped ...

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