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ENTERTAINMENT Late Night Shows' Hosts Slam Trump For His Remark
On Thursday, while in a meeting with bipartisan lawmakers about immigration reform, Trump referred to El Salvador, Haiti and a handful of African nations as "s-thole countries," questioning why the US could not receive more immigrants from places like Norway. Late Night TV Shows' hosts took a jibe calling him racist and well... Trump. While Kimmel noted that now Americans have to get pitchforks and chase him out of the White House, Meyers dedicated a new section to his outrageous comment called, "Seth Has to Walk Away for a Minute", leaving his desk while mumbling under his breath. Celebrated Late Night host Stephen Colbert blasted the US President by stating that those countries couldn't be s**tholes "for one, Donald Trump isn't their President.
SPORTS Centurion Curator Speaks Exclusively to Crickenext
A day before the second Test between India and South Africa begins in Centurion, Cricketnext spoke exclusively to the curator at the stadium Bryan Bloy who believes the visitors will be welcomed with pace, bounce and lateral movement in the second Test. The South African pacers are in for a treat. Indian batsmen will definitely have their task cut-out with pace and bounce not being something that Virat Kohli and his boys are too comfortable against.
TECH ISRO Completes Century of Indian Satellites
The Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO) launched its 100th satellite from the port of Sriharikota on Friday morning, the space agency's last lift-off under the chairmanship of AS Kiran Kumar. On its 42nd mission, ISRO trusted workhorse 'PSLV-C40' carried the weather observation 'Cartosat-2' series satellite and 30 co-passengers (together weighing about 613 kg) at 9.28 am. The 30 other satellites comprise one micro and nano satellite each from India as well as three micro and 25 nano satellites from six countries.