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Cricketing legend Shane Warne is no more!

Australian cricketing legend Shane Warne (aged 52) is no more! Heart attack is suspected to be the cause of death.
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4 robberies and a car crash today in the triangle

Looks like it's a busy day for law enforcement agencies in the triangle. 4 robberies and a car crash were reported in the triangle.
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Valentines with goats at Spring Haven Farm

February 2nd to 13th, 2022, every day except for Mondays and Tuesdays.
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SahajaYoga Meditation Via Zoom - Free Event

Feb 5 th, Saturday 10:00am EST.
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Groundhog Day at White Deer Park

Feb 2nd, Wednesday 10 AM – 12:15 PM 2400 Aversboro Rd, Garner, NC, United States, North Carolina
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Valentine's day Trunk Show by Handloom Point

Feb 5th, 2022 SATURDAY AT 12 PM – 5 PM 117 Malvern Hill Ln, Morrisville, NC 27560-9718, United States
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Two new greenways in Apex approved

Wake county commissioners voted to fund 2 new greenway connections. These will link Apex to the American Tobacco Trail and Holly Springs.
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Omicron enters India: 2 cases reported

Two people from Karnataka tested positive for the Omicron variant of coronavirus, the Union health ministry informed on Thursday. The new variant has officially entered the country and these are the first cases of the fast-spreading Omicron.
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High Time We Start Live-Streaming of court proceedings: Justice AS Oka

Justice Abhay Sreeniwas Oka, Honorable Judge of the Supreme Court, while delivering a lecture on the topic “Importance of Ethics in Legal Profession” at the Bombay High Court as part of the Second Annual Lecture organized by the Advocates Association of Western India supported the idea of live-streaming of court proceedings
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Andhra tribal communities upset over removal from ST list

Tribal communities in Visakhapatnam’s agency area protested after they were removed from the ST list on a government website. TNM’s Paul Oommen travelled to the area to understand what stoked the controversy.