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Bull And Cow Reunite After Video Of Their Affection Goes Viral

A bull and a cow in Tamil Nadu, India, are now back together after a heartbreaking video of the two being separated surfaced on social media. In the video, a bull can be seen circling a truck to protest against the transportation of the cow he adores. The bull apparently chased the truck for about […]

Sport

Bulls’ Daniel Gafford says coach Jim Boylen ‘got some things he can work on’

Jim Boylen remains the coach of the Chicago Bulls. For now. Rumors have swirled around the league for a while that new VP of basketball operations in Chicago Arturas Karnisovas was going to let Boylen go and bring in his guy as coach, in part because several prominent young Bulls players are not Boylen fans. […]

Lifestyle

Mom Laughed When I Said I Wanted to Be Writer: Ruskin Bond

When Ruskin Bond told his mother that he wanted to be a writer, she laughed saying with his good handwriting he could only be a clerk in a lawyer’s office. This was early in 1951 when Bond was waiting for his school board results. He knew he would do well in English literature, history and […]

Business

Aerospace leaders say collaboration, government support help mitigate pandemic

Deeper industry collaboration and government support will help Europe’s aerospace companies ride out the coronavirus pandemic, sector leaders said on Monday, as they juggle lower revenues with the need to invest in cleaner air travel for the future. Europe’s biggest aerospace and defence companies Airbus (AIR.PA), BAE Systems (BAES.L) and Leonardo (LDOF.MI) had expected to […]

Technology

Netflix names content chief Ted Sarandos as co-CEO

Longtime Netflix executive Ted Sarandos has been named co-chief executive officer alongside co-founder Reed Hastings, the company announced today as part of its second quarter earnings release on Thursday. “Ted has been my partner for decades. This change makes formal what was already informal — that Ted and I share the leadership of Netflix,” Hastings […]

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Camel Walks 62 Miles In Desert Alone To Find Former Owners

A homesick camel trekked more than 60 miles across the Gobi Desert in Central Asia to find its former owners. The camel was sold by its former owners, Temur and Naren, in Qiandamen gacha of Inner Mongolia to a herdsman who raises camels in Wugai Sumu last fall. Unaccustomed to the new environment, the camel […]