Monday, July 28, 2008

Challenges In The News 07/28/08

Virgin Media is to launch a Challenge-branded interactive gaming channel.

Indiana based veteran James Morrow 11-10 (5 KO’s) will be stepping in to challenge former IBA cruiserweight kingpin Bobby “The Celtic Warrior” Gunn on July 12th at the Bernie Robbins Stadium in Atlantic City, New Jersey.

Former Star Spencer High School wrestler Raymond Lane isn't one to back away from a challenge.

MOORESVILLE, NORTH CAROLINA-- - Hybrid Technologies, Inc., emerging leaders in the development and marketing of lithium-powered products worldwide, shared their viewpoint on Senator John McCain's recent challenge to award $300M to best development of electric vehicles with 300 mile drive range.

Don't limit challenge to 'green' car battery Franklin L. Greene - Loudon, Tenn. John McCain's "green" car battery proposal has merit but is needlessly limited to a single potential technology. Instead of limiting the challenge to improved batteries, he should...

Monday, 9:40am - HAVE you got the nerve to abseil down an 80-foot church tower? The challenge has been made. (25/06/2008)

(New York City) Conservatives from the world's largest Anglican provinces who are angered by liberal thinking in churches in North America and elsewhere are creating a global fellowship that challenges worldwide Anglican unity but stops short of a formal split.

Dan Powell, of St. Clairesville, Ohio, and Dennis Billingsley, of Milan, Ind., advanced through the recent regional competition at the Bass Pro Shops Harrisburg store to earn spots in the national finals of the Field & Stream Total Outdoorsman Challenge.

A special Mass was offered for Filipino ring icon Manny Pacquiao before his challenge against WBC lightweight champ David Diaz Saturday (Sunday in Manila) in their "Lethal Combination" clash at the Mandalay Bay Hotel Resort and Casino in Las Vegas, Nevada.

WASHINGTON (MarketWatch) -- The subscription-music site Rhapsody on Monday said it will start selling unprotected songs online as it tries to drum up sales and challenge the dominance of Apple Inc. and its popular iTunes service.

June 30 (Bloomberg) -- A man who murdered the 11-year- old son of the Metzler banking family in Frankfurt in 2002 lost a bid to challenge his conviction by arguing he was submitted to torture by German police.


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