Cedric thought there was no hope for a week after buying the lottery, so he asked a clerk to throw the lottery in the trash. But when he walked out of the store, he discoveredlast nights powerball results that his two lottery tickets had won 10,000 US dollars (about 62,000 yuan). So he returned to the food store and even emptied the trash can, but failed to find the two winning lottery tickets. Fortunately, the shopkeeper Saraji found the lottery ticket in the trash can in the office and contacted Cedric to return it to him.
According to a report from Australia's new fast network on September 3, a few days ago, when a boy from Queensland, Australia was out to buy fishing gear, he inadvertently brought a gift to his grandfather. The boy suggested that they eat in a bar. The 60-year-old grandfather decided to buy a lottery ticket, and he selected 10 winning numbers in a different order according to his grandson’s birthday. This lucky grandpa won A$2.329 million (approximately 1287.8)!
Kathuria was born in Bahrain and lived there all his life. He now lives in Manama, the capital city of Bahrain. Kathuria explained, "I am a second-generation ex-pat living here in Bahrain. It has been almost 10-12 years since I visited Dubai.” He will no doubt be back in Dubai soon to collect his winnings!
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Mumbai, September 1 The latest figures released by the Indian police on September 1 show that the explosion of a chemical plant in Maharashtra, India on August 31 has killed 13 people and injured 60 others. The fire caused by the explosion has been brought under control.
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The Ministry of Health of India previously stated in a statement that the central government of India pays close attention to reports related to the mutated new coronavirus, has established 10 regional laboratories, and requires states to send 5% of samples that test positive for the new coronavirus to these experiments. Genome sequencing will be carried out in the laboratory, and the relevant data will be sent to the National Center for Disease Control of India for collation and analysis.