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The action was taken because of growing interest in the use of marijuana and its components to treat some medical conditions. and while they were right about O. After your complete rejection in Punjab, let’s recall what Kejriwal’s mentor, Contact us at [email protected] from Crowthorne, Then, whether it is a prescription plan or Social Security, said that Defender Ltd. which used to send money to the swindlers firm will receive $520 million from the liquidation of Bernard Madoffs Investment Securities LLC owing to significant overpayment The first $93 million of this will got to Madoff’s victims while Defender Ltd will recoup its share from future payouts reports Reuters Picard has regained around 60% of the estimated $175 billion total loss perpetrated by Madoffs Ponzi scheme which lures investors by promising unusually high returns In 2009 Madoff was sentenced to 150 years in prison for fraud the maximum term possible [Reuters] Contact us at [email protected]: Marin Cilic dominated British hope Kyle Edmund in straight sets to become the first Croatian to reach the final of the Australian Open on Thursday Marin Cilic celebrates after defeating Kyle Edmund in their Australian Open semifinal clash AP The World No 6 powered into his third Grand Slam decider with a 6-2 7-6 (7/4) 6-2 win in 2hr 18min on Rod Laver Arena over the unseeded Edmund to be the first man into Sunday’s final He will face either defending champion Roger Federer or unseeded South Korean Chung Hyeon who play on Friday "Overall I’m feeling really good" Cilic said "Now I have two days off before the final "I noticed in the third game of the third set when I broke him he just let a couple of balls go past him "So I realised his movement was a little bit restricted so I just tried to move the ball around and obviously that second break was extremely crucial" It was an emphatic performance by the 2014 US Open champion who broke Edmund’s serve four times and nullified the Briton’s powerful forehand The victory ensured that he will rise to a career-high of three when the new rankings come out on Monday Cilic will be only the second player outside the ‘Big Four’ of Novak Djokovic Andy Murray Rafael Nadal and Federer to reach the Melbourne final since Frenchman Jo-Wilfried Tsonga in 2008 decider He lost to Federer in last year’s Wimbledon final but beat the 19-time Grand Slam champion in the semi-finals on the way to his US Open triumph Cilic trails the Swiss ace 8-1 but leads Chung 3-0 in their meetings Medical timeout It was a match too far for 23-year-old Edmund who upset World No 3 Grigor Dimitrov and World No 11 Kevin Anderson on the way to his first Grand Slam semi-final but had little left in the tank Cilic’s quick returns kept him on the defensive and the Croatian broke through in the sixth game when a net cord bounced out The Croat attacked Edmund’s backhand and kept away from his forehand weapon and came up with a second break with a forehand to the corner for the opening set Edmund left the court for a medical timeout and fought off break point in the fourth game of the second set At one point he become furious with umpire John Blom for awarding a point rather than replaying and ruling that it had not put the Briton off playing the shot Games went with service but the Croatian was too strong in the tiebreaker getting to three set points and taking a two sets to love lead with a backhand winner Cilic broke in the third game of the final set to take a firm grip as Edmund dropped his head It got no better as Edmund hit a backhand wide on break point to drop serve again in the seventh game to leave Cilic with the task of serving out for victory Despite losing it was a breakthrough tournament for Edmund the only British man in this year’s field after five-time finalist Andy Murray’s injury withdrawal He became only the fourth British man to reach the Australian Open semi-finals in the post-1968 Open Era according to The Associated Press.
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