Bleacher Report
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Then, with the more obvious playmakers off the board, the Browns found their quarterback in the second round. DeShone Kizer was considered by some to be the draft's top quarterback for most of the regular season before Notre Dame fell off to a disappointing 4-8 record. Not all of that was on Kizer , who is raw but has a ton of natural talent. Washington Washington has undergone front-office turmoil this offseason but still somehow managed to land some of the biggest steals in this draft. Grabbing Jonathan Allen at No. 17, even with questions about his shoulders, is a pilfering. There was talk of Allen going as high as No. 2 throughout the draft process, and his drop was probably the biggest non-quarterback surprise of Thursday night. UCLA's Fabian Moreau also has injury concerns but first-round talent. Getting him at No. 81 gives Washington a potential starter over the long term.
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Lincolnshire Echo
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More than 50 pubs are up for sale or rent in Lincolnshire as the pub industry continues to struggle. The venues listed on ukbusinessesforsale.com include the Sebastapol Inn, at Minting, near Horncastle, the Red Lion in Gainsborough and the Thorold Arms, in Harmston. The pubs are available as going concerns and investment opportunities and in the case of the Turk's Head, in Heighington, there's the chance to re-energise this village pub to boost community spirit and grow trade all...
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Now these concerns are gone and the caves are open again, if you have got the stomach for them
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Vauxhall was too slow to begin a full investigation into fire affecting Zafira B cars and too quick to blame them on improper and unauthorised repairs, according to MPs on the Transport Committee. The first eport of a Zafira fire was recorded by Vauxhall in 2009, and in 2014 concerns were raised internally as a pattern of reported cases developed.But Vauxhall did not launch an investigation until August 2015, by which time 161 fires had been recorded.Some of the fires were serious enough to...
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Police have launched an appeal to find missing teenager Tommy-Lee Jeffrey amid concerns for his safety. The 17-year-old was reported missing from the Carlton area at around 11.30pm on Friday, April 28.Read more: Why was traffic so busy in Nottingham city centre yesterday?Tommy-Lee is described as white British, of slim build and is around 6ft 1in tall.The teenager has short blonde hair and was last seen wearing a black and grey Adidas jacket, grey hoodie, blue jeans, blue Adidas trainers and he...
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Inspectors have raised concerns about poor hygiene at a Normanton takeaway. Karahi King, in Normanton Road, has been handed a one-star food hygiene rating following an inspection in January. One star means that inspectors deem there is major improvement necessary. The report recently released by Derby City Council shows that the inspector was concerned about the risk of E-Coli cross-contamination being spread by sponges being used to clean both...
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Back home. I can't do it. Anyway, let's turn our attention to the United States. President Donald Trump has broken with tradition - rejecting an invitation to the White House correspondents' dinner. Instead he marked his first 100 days as President at a rally in Pennsylvania, where he took another swipe at the media. Meanwhile, the Pope has voiced his concerns over.
BBC One London
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burden on the taxpayer, lessening in work benefits. But workers would have the same rights from day one, critically. As we know when it comes to immigration, one of the big concerns we have is undercutting. Labour are proposing measures to stop that from happening. What Labour have to do, there are two.
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together, and to get ready for the great, great battles to come, and that we will win in every case will stop OK? We will win. Pope Francis has criticised the role of the United Nations in tackling international concerns about North Korea's nuclear and ballistic missile programme. He said the UN had a duty to re-assert its leadership in global diplomacy which - he suggested - had been watered down. The Pope said a third party - such as Norway - could mediate in the dispute between North Korea and the United States, which had become, in his words, "too hot"
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international concerns about North Korea's nuclear and ballistic missile programme. He said the UN had a duty to re-assert its leadership in global diplomacy which, he suggested, had been watered down. The Pope said a third party, such as Norway, could mediate in the dispute between North Korea and the United States, which had become, in his words, "too hot." MPs are calling for best-before dates on food to be scrapped,.
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The Economic Times
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The GST, the new bankruptcy law, the effort to cut bureaucratic costs stand out. He says this is showing up in India’s market and growth indicators. "The despondency is because of politics. A vast majority of educated Indians are worried about the rise of political and social extremism," he says. Numbers’ Game? Could this dichotomy be just a number fiddle? In early 2015, the NDA government brought in two important changes in the way India calculated its GDP. It changed the base year from 2004-05 to 2011-12. And it began calculating GDP based on gross value added at market price rather than factor cost. "This is in line with the global practice," says Sunil Sinha, director (public finance), India Ratings & Research. This new method meant that 2013-14 GDP growth got revised upwards to 6.9% from 4.7% as estimated earlier. "Many, including us, have raised concerns about the new GDP series," says Jahangir Aziz, chief Asia economist, JPMorgan Chase.
The Economic Times
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Baahubali is a rootless wonder — and that is part of its appeal. It has swept away regional language films from theatres, but it itself doesnt reference any region or period. It doesnt reflect our concerns or complexities. It doesnt hold a mirror to our past or present in the way that the best of fantasy fiction or the worst of franchisee films do. Unless we believe that a mega-mania is the mark of our times. Unless we claim that it fits into our unsubtle times where super masculinity and armed men are celebrated along with khap panchayat-like justice that says if a man places his hand on a woman, do not chop off his fingers, but hack his head. Unless we argue that it displays our fascination to be the kingdom of Mahishmati where even the telescope is invented. It is a film that comes alive only with weapons — that too, in just about 30 minutes of fight sequences.
BBC News 24
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Pope Francis has criticised the role of the United Nations in tackling international concerns about North Korea's nuclear and ballistic missile programme. He said the UN had a duty to re-assert its leadership in global diplomacy which, he suggested, had been watered down. The Pope said a third party, such as Norway, could mediate in the dispute between North Korea and the United States, which had become, in his words, "too hot.".