Magnum Hunter Joins Russell 20

2010-Jul-16, 11:29

Magnum Hunter Resources Corporation (NYSE Amex: MHR) (NYSE Amex: MHR-PC) ("Magnum Hunter", or the "Company") announced today that its common shares are now included in the Russell 2000 Index. Russell Investments ( ) reconstituted its comprehensive set of U.S. and Global equity indexes, including the Russell 2000 Index, at market close on Friday, June 25th.

Annual reconstitution of Russell's U.S. Indexes captures the 4,000 largest U.S. stocks as of the end of May each year, ranking them by total market capitalization. A preliminary list of additions and deletions were provided by Russell Investments on June 11th. Membership in the Russell 2000 Index, which will remain in place for one year, means automatic inclusion in the appropriate Russell Investments growth and value style indexes. Russell Investments determines membership for its equity indexes primarily by objective, market capitalization rankings and investment style attributes.

Russell Investment indexes are widely used by investment managers and institutional investors for index funds and as benchmarks for both passive and active investment strategies. An industry leading $3.9 trillion in assets are currently benchmarked to Russell Investment indexes.

About Magnum Hunter Resources Corporation

Magnum Hunter Resources Corporation and subsidiaries are a Houston, Texas based independent exploration and production company engaged in the acquisition of exploratory leases and producing properties, secondary enhanced oil recovery projects, exploratory drilling, and production of oil and natural gas in the United States. The Company is presently active in three of the "big four" emerging shale plays in the United States.

For more information, please view our website at

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Major news items in leading Ja

2010-Jul-16, 11:29

Major news items in leading Japanese newspapers

TOKYO, June 23 (Xinhua) -- The following are the major news items in leading Japanese newspapers on Wednesday:

The Daily Yomiuri

-- An expert panel of the government's Tax Commission urged Tuesday in its interim report that income tax on high earners be raised together with a hike in the consumption tax rate.

The Asahi Shimbun

-- Some Japanese companies are shifting their China strategy, wary of the renminbi's expected appreciation, but many other businesses expect to benefit from a stronger currency in Japan's largest trade partner.

The Japan Times

-- A former temporary worker at Mazda Motor Corp. hit 11 Mazda employees with a car Tuesday morning at the automaker's plant in the city of Hiroshima, killing one and injuring the others, police said.

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2010-Jul-15, 11:55

DEF JAM - 25th ANNIVERSARY BOX SET ANYONE who's got a moderate interest in hip-hop will find it impossible to not get excited about this release. Coming in its very own Def Jam branded miniature record box with T-shirt and five albums to boot, this is quite the package. What's more, each disc contains all the Def Jam singles you could dream of in chronological order.

So while old-school hip-hoppers will love disc one, which features releases from the iconic label during the period 1984-1988, those who have only recently discovered an interest in the genre will find disc five, 2004-2008 the most entertaining. Along the way, artists such as LL Cool J, Slick Rick, Jay Z, Method Man, and Ludacris are all featured, which highlights how successful the label has been over the years in bringing hip-hop to the mainstream. SOUND OF GUNS - WHAT CAME FROM FIRE TO press play on this swaggering album is like hearing old friends crash through the door, bellowing a favourite song. From the moment the anthemic Architects thrashes out its first chords, What Came From Fire demands attention - and giving it is effortless. With their raw, booming rock, Sound Of Guns will remind some of The Enemy, but on a grander scale - throw in the fairytale ambience of 106 (still the words) and the eyes-closed joy of Collisions and you have a gripping collection; just as much at home in the living room as in its rightful place, the car stereo. TOM PETTY AND THE HEARTBREAKERS - MOJO THE band's first studio album since 2002 sees them going back to basics, recording live in the studio with as few overdubs as possible. For the most part Petty is going for slow burn blues-rock wit this record, reminiscent of early Fleetwood Mac or The Doors, although with touches of other styles - heavy guitar work on I Should Have Known It, an excellent reminder of the band's 1980s material on Something Good Coming, and even a reggae feel on Don't Pull Me Over. This is an assured collection from a band who have retained their musical mojo to become one of the great rock survivors of our times.

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Minister says Ashleigh jail le

2010-Jul-15, 11:22

LETTERS sent by the killer of Ashleigh Hall from his prison cell were "unacceptable" and will be investigated, a Government minister said.

Crispin Blunt appeared to criticise Durham's Frankland Prison for allowing Peter Chapman to write a series of letters to a friend, which were published in the News of the World on Sunday.

In the letters, Chapman - who raped and murdered 17year-old Ashleigh, from Darlington, after meeting her through the internet - said he had confessed to the murder to help ease the family's suffering.

But her family accused the killer of adding to their pain, just as they were attempting to rebuild their lives. Ashleigh's grandfather, Mike Hall, said Chapman would have maintained his silence, if he really was remorseful.

The controversy was raised in the Commons by Darlington MP Jenny Chapman, who spoke about the letters written by the killer and asked:

"Does the Minister think that that is acceptable?"

In reply, Mr Blunt, a justice minister, asked Ms Chapman for the details of the case, adding: "On the face of it, it sounds unacceptable and I would be pleased to look into the matter." The comment appeared to conflict with an earlier Ministry of Justice statement, which read: "Prisoners are entitled to send correspondence, providing they meet the criteria laid down in the relevant prison service order."

Jobless Chapman was jailed for a minimum of 35 years in March after posing as another teenager on a social networking site to trick Ashleigh into meeting him.

In the letters, he also confessed that he has contemplated suicide, but did not have the guts to do it, and that fellow inmates have threatened to kill him.

And, after telling his penpal that he confessed to Ashleigh's murder to spare her family, he wrote: "I hated myself for what had happened.

"And I knew her family were going to be suffering coz of me, but I couldn't let them spend days, weeks or months of pain not knowing where Ashleigh was or what had happened."

The letters, written by Chapman in his cell in Frankland Prison, also revealed how he would be willing to go to Afghanistan and diffuse bombs to save soldiers' lives.

He wrote: "Maybe they should send prisoners like me over there to clear the bombs, then fewer soldiers will be killed and only us scum would be blown up!

"That would sort the prison overcrowding problem out too. Do you think I should suggest that idea to (Prime Minister) David Cameron?"

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Millions watch relic of Buddha

2010-Jul-15, 11:21

BEIJING: Millions of television viewers and Internet users in China watched what government archeologists have described as a portion of the 2,500 year old skull of Gautama Buddha that was brought from India during the Song dynasty (AD 960- 1279).

The skull relic was enshrined at the Qixia Temple in the eastern Chinese province of Nanjing in a televised ceremony attended by hundreds of monks.

The official television showed discussion with experts, who said the Sakyamuni's skull remnants were sent out by Indian emperor Ashoka (BC 269-232) to different parts of the world including China.

There is a time gap of over 1200 years between the reign of Ashoka and the Song dynasty. It is not clear where the skull remnant were kept during this period. Government archaeologists said they had found the relics stored for 1000 years inside a wooden pagoda buried below the ruins of the quxi temple in Nanjing. They handed over the relics to the temple on saturday.

The ceremony was supervised by the Buddhist Association, which has close links with the Communist Party of China. There were signs the party considered the move as an effort to promote China's "soft power" worldwide and enhance the sense of patriotism and love for heritage among the people.

Li Changchun, a Standing Committee member of the Political Bureau of the party's Central Committee, said in a signed article in the People's Daily on Saturday archaeological sites should be designated as special parks to promote a sense of patriotism and enhance the country's "soft power" globally.

Chinese experts said they have spent 10 months verifying the authenticity of the relics since they were found in August last year. It is not clear if any foreign experts were consulted during the process of verification. There was no explanation why the relics were given to the shrine instead of the usual practise of keeping them in archives and museums for scientific investigations.

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Terremark Launches The Enterpr

2010-Jul-14, 11:29

Company Leverages Power of Cisco UCS, Expands Global Deployment of Industry-Leading Cloud Computing Platform

MIAMI -- Terremark Worldwide, Inc. (NASDAQ:TMRK), a leading global provider of managed IT infrastructure services, today announced the initial deployment of its Enterprise Cloud in Latin America. Terremark?? highly reliable cloud computing solutions will leverage Cisco?? Unified Computing System to provide customers highly agile and scalable cloud-based resources from its massively connected Network Access Point (NAP) do Brasil in S?o Paolo. The NAP do Brasil is the largest peering point in Latin America and offers customers a true, multinational cloud infrastructure capable of meeting industry standards for compliance. Terremark?? Brazilian cloud deployment is connected to its cloud infrastructure currently available at the company?? North American and European facilities.

??erremark has been at the forefront of the global shift to cloud computing, and a leading service provider in testing and deploying our breakthrough Unified Computing System platform," said Soni Jiandani, vice president, Cisco?? Server Access and Virtualization Technology Group. "Cisco Unified Computing System innovations such as memory expansion and the Virtualized Network Interface Card, combined with the power of the Intel Xeon 5600 series processor, have created the highest performing system available to customers today.?Cisco?? architectural innovations make the Unified Computing System the ideal platform for running today?? most important business applications."

Terremark?? Enterprise Cloud, a revolutionary managed cloud computing platform for mission-critical applications and IT infrastructure, combines the agility and scalability of cloud computing with world-class datacenter and computing infrastructure, access to more than 160 global networks and best-in-class managed services, allowing enterprises to meet the real-time needs of their business with greater efficiency and economy than ever before. The Enterprise Cloud allows customers the ability to provision, configure, deploy and manage computing resources for mission-critical applications in minutes, giving control over a flexible pool of computing resources with a web-based console for deploying server capacity on demand. The platform provides proven superior scalability and flexibility, as well as a suite of managed security services that includes comprehensive vulnerability assessments, log aggregation and event correlation, network session flow analysis, attack replay, and application firewall management.

??he availability of Enterprise Cloud services to our customers in Latin America provides them with an innovative and powerful solution to their IT infrastructure needs,??said Rodolfo Garcia, President of Terremark?? Latin American Business Unit. ??y purchasing a dedicated resource pool of processing, memory and storage, the Enterprise Cloud offers our customers more flexibility and agility over the traditional server-based model, allowing for a precise and dynamic allocation of computing resources as needed.??

About Terremark Worldwide, Inc.

Terremark Worldwide (NASDAQ:TMRK) is a leading global provider of IT infrastructure services delivered on the in
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TEENAGERS will be able to [...

2010-Jul-14, 11:29

TEENAGERS will be able to keep track of their university applications on their iPhones this summer. Brother and sister Toby and Abbie Hughes, from Reading, designed a new app for the iPhone and then sold the idea to university admissions service Ucas. Abbie, 18, said: "Your whole year involves constantly being on the computer, tracking your application.

This just makes it slightly easier." The app is available free on iTunes.

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The last word

2010-Jul-13, 11:46

Winston Churchill said: "Every day you may make progress. Every step may be fruitful. Yet there will stretch out before you an ever- lengthening, ever-ascending, ever-improving path. You know you will never get to the end of the journey. But this, so far from discouraging, only adds to the joy and glory of the climb."

See the Register, Page 32

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The morning light is lovely an

2010-Jul-13, 11:45

sense of calm the big beasts inspire.

The horse lines are opposite, always full of people, some very little indeed, but nonetheless fierce, persuading obstinate horseflesh in or out of a trailer, in or out of a loose-box, into or out of a cat's cradle of tack.

Tractor lines are hugely tempting and, like the vintage cars, bring on a pensive mood as I count how many of the quaint survivors of a bygone age I once drove as new.

But duty calls and it's up to our own cattle-lines to work the day through. There is a lot of status and I think overt bribery in where your stall ends up.

If you're "well-in", you'll be somewhere in the middle with a partial view of the main ring. If not, you'll be on a windy corner competing with the queue for the toilets.

A partial view of the main ring can be a mixed and confusing blessing. By the time people have lined up around the edge, you'll only see what's higher than their heads. This will be the fore- quarters of a horse during the jumping, possibly just the platoon leader's staff somersaulting in the air during the grand parades, or something more puzzling like the upper parts of various JCBs or a geometric array of motorbike riders in a pyramid (but not the bikes).

The day starts early and tends to be endless. When you've snarled at your last punter, it's time for more tea and a blessed sit-down, before counting up the small change, wondering if it was worth it and preparing for the next.

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The science of a HAPPY marriag

2010-Jul-13, 11:15

As the divorce rate rises, more couples are writing to me asking how they can have a lasting, happy marriage.

There's no easy answer to this question, but a study which has concluded that men and women who "play together, stay together" makes perfect sense to me.

Couples were given relationship tests after playing team games - and those who took part in more challenging activities said their relationship was happier than those who didn't get involved.

The US scientists behind this study say this suggests that couples who are active and constantly challenge each other are more likely to stay committed.

All my years of giving relationship advice have taught me that if partners encourage each other to try new things, have a laugh and expand their horizons together, their love has a much better chance of going the distance.

The anti-cheat device When couples have this strong sense of togetherness, it seems to switch on a "fidelity gene" that makes them less likely to cheat.

One study found that men and women who felt they were in a strong, committed relationship rated pictures of the opposite sex less attractive than those who felt their partnership was rocky.

It's as if the brain has a safety mechanism which can deter you from straying - and you can use it to your advantage by working to keep your relationship fresh and exciting.


Try my quiz to see if your relationship has the ingredients for success - and find out how to add some spice to improve your chances...

(1) How often do you ask for your partner's advice on something?

a) Often

b) Seldom

c) Never

(2) When did you last try something new together?

a) Recently

b) More than a year ago

c) Can't remember

(3) Would you read a book or listen to new music on your partner's recommendation?

a) Yes, I often do

b) Sometimes

c) Never - we have very different tastes

(4) Do you go on holiday together?

a) Yes, always

b) Sometimes

c) Not for a while - I tend to go with friends

(5) Do you know and get on with each other's friends?

a) Yes, our friends have all become part of the same group

b) Yes - but we also see friends separately

c) No - they're not my cup of tea

(6) Do you know each other's dreams or life goals - and are they similar?

a) Yes - they have a lot in common

b) Yes - but they're very different

c) Not really - we've not discussed it

(7) Is your partner your best friend?

a) Yes

b) One of a few

c) No

(8) If y
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2010-Jul-13, 11:15

Sharon Cantillon/Buffalo News

Thursday music: Ingrid Michaelson and her band perform at Thursday at the Square. Review and another photo on Gusto Page 30.


Adam Wolffbrandt/Buffalo News

The park is a stage: A scene from Thursday's Shakespeare in the Park production of "Much Ado About Nothing."


Derek Gee/Buffalo News

Rooftop roots: Daria Parker, above, plants sage Thursday in the new rooftop garden atop the Broadway Market. At right, a view of the garden plots. Story and another photo on Page One.


Derk Gee/Buffalo News

Into the music: Students from Bennett Park Montessori School react to the sounds of the Outer Circle Orchestra on Thursday at the M&T Plaza Event Series concert.


Harry Scull Jr./Buffalo News

Market day: Gil Winter, right, of Winters Farm in Orchard Park, makes a sale to Brian Meyer on Thursday at the downtown farmers' market.


Derek Gee/Buffalo News

More Shakespeare: Above, students from East Elementary School perform "Julius Caesar" on Thursday during the West Seneca School District's "Bard at the Burchfield" Shakespeare showcase in the Burchfield Nature and Art Center. At left, Paige Szarafin of Clinton Elementary School plays Juliet in "Romeo and Juliet."

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happy birthday to you!

2010-Jul-12, 11:37

The Daily Break is offering "local stars" birthday greetings on the back page Monday through Saturday.

If you would like to have your birthday boy or girl recognized, e- mail us at least three weeks in advance at or mail to The Virginian-Pilot, 150 W. Brambleton Ave., Norfolk, VA 23510, attn: Jasmine Washington, News Department.

Include the person's full name, city of residence and birthday age and a clear photo.

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Happy Birthday Mickey! [Ahmeda

2010-Jul-12, 11:37

AHMEDABAD: Think cartoons and the first character that pops up in one's mind is the two-legged Mickey Mouse. And so, when the protagonist in the revoltuion of animation celebrated his 81st birthday on Wednesday, many rejoiced, and remembered the mouse who goes out of his way to woo Mini.

Two students of a city-based animation institute recreated the magic of Mickey on Vidyamandir grounds in Palanpur. Indrajit Sisodiya and Kapil Rawal created a 43 by 57 feet, 3D Mickey mouse in a span of 12 hours by.

Says Indrajit, "Mickey was the first step to animation. We being animation students decided to pay tribute."

For Kapil, it was a walk down his cildhood whe he used to wait for mickey mouse on television. "Earlier too, I have made 3D images of Mahatama Gandhi and Michael Jackson on sand. However this was special as it made me very nostalgic."

The duo used Blackstone powder, Limestone and 30 kg of rangoli color to accomplish the feat. For Reprint Rights:

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This is Rocker Lips

2010-Jul-2, 11:11


Rocker Lips will open for the Nigel Dupree Band at Hammerjacks Rock-N-Roll Sports Bar at 9 p.m. Friday.

Rocker Lips likes the power of three -- in this case, Matt Rumans (guitar, lead vocals), Chris Richards (drums, vocals) and Andy Cantrell (bass, vocals) -- which the band says certainly makes things more democratic. "There's always somebody keeping another person in check," Rumans says. "... And the voting is always an odd number." But what this KC rock trio particularly likes about its situation is the ability to create what it dubs "brand new classic rock." Instead of trying to construct a wall of sound they could never replicate live, the group sticks to its simple raucous rock format. While the band's latest album, "Needle and the Groove," shows the group's increased technical skill and infectious songwriting chops, the band still sticks to what's worked since 2007. "We started with a good formula," Rumans says. "All substance, no filler rock 'n' roll, and I think we stuck to that." Rocker Lips will film a music video today in St. Joseph and will perform with the Nigel Dupree Band at 9 tonight at Hammerjacks.

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This was billed as Rooney's mo

2010-Jul-2, 11:11

Byline: Chief sports writer MARTIN SAMUEL in South Africa

INCREDIBLY, all is not lost. It will be, though, with another performance like this. Play as poorly again and England will not beat Slovenia in Port Elizabeth on Wednesday. Fail to beat Slovenia in Port Elizabeth on Wednesday and England will, almost certainly, go out of the World Cup, if there is a winner in the game between Algeria and the United States, or even a modestly high-scoring draw.

The mathematical complexities of the World Cup's most underachieving Group, however, mean that one victory should be enough to take England into the last 16, almost by default. That is hardly a reason to be cheerful, however. Once there, England will be breakfast for any half-reasonable team they face, on form so far.

Of the major nations, only France have disappointed more than this. Even Spain were better in defeat against Switzerland. There will always be upsets in World Cups. Italy have drawn with Paraguay, Germany lost to Serbia, but backto-back draws with the United States and Algeria, and just one goal scored, are a low point, even for England. As the joke goes, we truly are finding new ways to underachieve.

And what has happened to Wayne Rooney? This was going to be his World Cup, his great moment. He was the top scorer in the European qualifying phase, now he looks a ghost, his influence on England's fortunes as pale as his pristine white shirt. He left the field mouthing angry exclamations into the lens of the nearest television camera.

fans -- and quite reasonably getting the bird, as England did in Cape Town on the final whistle. There was disquiet at half-time but the vuvuzelas drowned it out; 45 minutes later the frustration was unmistakeable and could no longer be smothered by monotone trumpets.

Indeed, the vuvuzelas could serve as a metaphor for this England performance. One long drone, to little purpose, affording no pleasure. It is hard to remember an England team this wasteful, insipid and uninspired. Passes went astray with such regularity as to be almost wanton.

There was so little care, su
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US trainer on a Promise in Roy

2010-Jul-2, 12:26

AMERICAN trainer Kenny McPeek is hoping Noble's Promise can help him realise a six-year dream with victory in the St James's Palace Stakes at Royal Ascot on Tuesday.

The Kentucky trainer saddled Hard Buck to finish second to Doyen in the King George VI & Queen Elizabeth Stakes in 2004, before taking a year out of racing to travel the world and explore the sport around the globe.

When he returned to the training ranks he converted a Lexington Stud farm into a 21st century training establishment.


From there he has brought over Noble's Promise to take on the Guineas winners Makfi and Canford Cliffs and Aidan O'Brien's Steinbeck.

Kieren Fallon has been working with the colt, who was fifth in the rain-soaked Kentucky Derby and a close third in the Breeders' Cup juvenile last year. Noble's Promise is a 16-1 chance with most firms behind Coral's current 13-8 favourite Canford Cliffs.

McPeek said: "There is no Group One race in North America over a mile for him and the timing of Royal Ascot is right for us.

"We had a stab at the Kentucky Derby and he missed a breeze going into the Breeders' Cup last year and but for that he might have been champion two-year-old.

"The mile is his ideal distance and I just hope it is good, fast ground as he has shipped perfect.

"He is as good a miler as any three-year-old in America and it is important for an international race to have American challengers."

The 10,000 yearling will give his 24-strong blue collar owners' syndicate a trip of a lifetime and McPeek added: "In America you can only train left-handed between 6am and 10am so I have built my own training ground and can train any way I like. I have a lot more options.

"Noble's Promise has been working on my course for the last four weeks and there have been no problems.

"He worked from the 10-furlong to the five-furlong marker on the July course as that represents a similar test to Ascot. He finished on his left lead up the hill with no problems. Hard Buck was a great experience.

"I met Nick Cheyne (former clerk of the course) in Dubai and stopped off on the way home to look at Epsom and Ascot to get a vision of the type of horse I needed.

"It was taken me six years to get back and I did want to be back sooner."

McPeek will also run Tiz My Time in the Albany Stakes and Casper's Touch in the Chesham. TODAY'S NAP: The Last Alzao (3.25pm York).

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Vibhinta Verma [Model of the d

2010-Jul-2, 12:25

A model par excellence, she was a finalist in the Miss India contest 2006. Vibhinita is the winner of Elite Model Look India 2004. All set to mark her silver screen debut towards the end of the year with a movie known as Picnic, here's your chance to know Vibhinta Verma a little more...

Vital stats: 34-25-26

Campaigns / endorsements: Ramp walks for Fashion Weeks in Delhi, Mumbai, Kolkata and Bangalore, apart from TV commercials for Close-up, Parachute, Sonata Watches and Centre Fresh. Print ads for Nokia, Bandhej, Davanum Jewelers, Sunsilk and Tangle Clothing.

Fitness regime: Being irregular at the gym. I like to mix up my work out, which involves a lot of cardio, and some yoga, body balance and ABT classes.

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