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SC defensive end Jadeveon Clowney pulled over for speeding 84 mph in 55 mph zone

Jadeveon-ClowneyColumbia Police have revealed that South Carolina star defensive end Jadeveon Clowney was recently pulled over - for the second time in three weeks - for speeding 84 mph in 55 mph zone.

According to the information shared by the police, it was at about 10.30 a. m. on Friday that Clowney was pulled over on Interstate 26 near Interstate 126, approximately 5 miles from the Gamecocks' campus. He was going almost

LAPD: “There will be a zero-tolerance policy for people driving under the influence of alcohol or drugs”

DrinkThe law enforcement officials in Los Angeles issued a stern warning to drivers on Friday, saying that the police will be out in force to ensure that the streets remain safe during the New Year's Eve celebrations.

Lorde, Catton misses out nomination for New Zealander of The Year but Parker is in

Lorde, Catton misses out nomination for New Zealander of The Year but Parker is in Bob Parker former Christchurch mayor has been nominated for New Zealander of the Year. At home in Christchurch, Parker said it came as a "complete surprise'' to have made it to the shortlist.

Student discovers a waterproof and stain Resistant T-shirt

Student discovers a waterproof and stain Resistant T-shirtThere is good news for the clumsy eaters who are constantly spilling food down on themselves. Aamir Patel a 20-year-old student has invented the answer to these problems with a T-shirt that is impossible to stain.

Kyoto Protocol units to be restricted by ETS

emissions-trading-schemeThe Government has established that New Zealand emitters with obligations under the emissions trading scheme (ETS) will only be able to use internationally traded Kyoto Protocol emission units to meet their ETS obligations only till May 2015.

Stolen radioactive material in Mexico found

MexicoLocal officials said that the truck which was stolen along with medical device containing dangerous radioactive was found outside north of Mexico City. Exposure to this material could prove life threatening for those who touched it.

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