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Top 7 News of The Week

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Hey, you lazy lad, no need to turn tens of Newspaper pages when you can get the trending news here itself.
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1. Grandmother smuggles drugs to jailed grandson.
Grandma goals? Am I right?
64-year-old Carolyn Lou Gay of West Virginia was arrested on Wednesday post delivering drugs to her grandson in jail.
She was always accused of 15 other charges.
2. Sikh student benched for wearing turbans.
In the US state of Pennsylvania was allegedly removed from a high school-level soccer game by a referee for wearing a turban.
The turban was said to be an “illegal equipment”.
3. Playboy Magazine founder Hugh Hefner dies at 91
He was a guardian angel to men all across the world. Carrying a reputation of a playboy himself, Hefner passed away peacefully at his home.
4. Saudi women granted permission to drive.
Finally! Saudi King Salman lifted the ban.
We hope to see Saudi emerge as a fast-growing country when it comes to women empowerment.
5. Sri Lankan caught, smuggling gold in the rectum.
Imagine the heights(or depths, in this case) that people will go to, to smuggle things.
The 45-year-old man was arrested on Sunday at the Bandaranaike International Airport near Colombo as he was about to depart to India.
6. Google Pixel 2, Pixel 2 XL launch on October 4.
Also, the two phones will come with bumped up storage with the entry-level variant of the Pixel 2 XL and the Pixel 2 starting with 64GB internal storage. At the launch, the Pixel 2 will cost $649 for 64GB storage and $749 for 128GB storage.
The Pixel 2 XL will have a starting price of $849. In India, it is safe to assume that the new Pixel phones will have a starting price of around Rs 60,000.
7. David Warner becomes first Australian to score hundred in 100th ODI.
Warner reached his hundred with a boundary against Kedar Jadhav in the ongoing fourth ODI against India at the M Chinnaswamy stadium.
Warner reached the goal in just 103 balls with the help of three sixes and 10 boundaries at a strike rate of exactly 100.
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