South African bodybuilder dies while attempting back-flip

A South African bodybuilding champion lost his life after a botched backflip during a competition over the weekend.In a video that has gone viral on social media, Sifiso Lungelo Thabete, former IFBB Junior World Champion in the up to 75kg category, can be seen flexing his muscles as he walks towards the centre of the mat at a bodybuilding competition on Saturday in South Africa.

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Govt data on bogus ration cards incorrect, show RTI findings

In February, Prime Minister Narendra Modi told the Lok Sabha that the government had detected 3.95-crore bogus ration cards, using technology and Aadhaar numbers to plug leakage in its social welfare programmes.But neither thePMO, nor the department of food and public distribution, or the state governments could readily say how the number was arrived at, official status reports given in response to a RTI application filed by HT on 12/05/2017 showed.

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Brad Haddin replaces Greg Blewett as Australia’s fielding coach

Former test wicketkeeper Brad Haddin has replaced Greg Blewett as Australia’s fielding coach until the end of 2019, Cricket Australia said on Thursday.Haddin, who played 66 tests despite Adam Gilchrist blocking his path into the side until he was 30, has cut his coaching teeth with the Australia A side and Islamabad in the Pakistan Premier League since retiring in 2015.

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Intel set to roll out 100 self-driving cars this year

Silicon Valley giant Intel announced plans for a fleet of self-driving cars following its completion of the purchase of Israeli autonomous technology firm Mobileye.A day after closing the $15 billion deal to buy Mobileye, which specialises in driver-sistance systems, Intel said it will begin rolling out fully autonomous vehicles later this year for testing in Europe, Israel, and the US.

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