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Golf-Birdie-less Scott not giving up on Australian Open
By Nick Mulvenney SYDNEY, Nov 27 (Reuters) - Adam Scott cannot remember the last time he failed to secure a birdie in a round of golf but despite shooting a two-over-par 73 on Friday he still has not given up hope of a second Australian Open title this week. The 35-year-old Australian has still not won in 2015 and had declared himself "fired up" to break the drought at the Australian Golf Club this week. Didn't make any putts and it's a hard track." Fatigued after an early start and failing to come to terms with slower greens, Scott had a chance of a birdie at the par-three 11th only to three putt for a bogey.

Ill wind blows some good for Sydney local Jones
PGA: Deutsche Bank Championship - Final RoundBy Nick Mulvenney SYDNEY (Reuters) - Having missed the cut last year, Matt Jones knows that local knowledge alone is not enough to challenge at the Australian Open but the Sydneysider's mastery of the wind has put him right in contention this week. The U.S.-based PGA Tour regular shot a superb 67 in round one despite 100 kilometer-per-hour (60 miles per hour) gusts, and a 68 in calmer but still tricky conditions on Friday gave him the early clubhouse lead on seven-under. A member of the host Australian Golf Club since he was 15, Jones grabbed four birdies in six holes before the turn to spark his second round, which gave him a 135 total he thought would still be close to the lead by the end of the day.


Media stocks dip as Disney reveals subscriber losses at ESPN
A part of the signage at the main gate of The Walt Disney Co. is pictured in Burbank(Reuters) - U.S. media stocks fell on Friday after Walt Disney Co's disclosure of a drop in subscribers at ESPN spooked investors, underscoring concerns that viewers are increasingly opting for online streaming over pay TV. Disney's shares were down 3.6 percent at $114.44, weighing the most on the Dow Jones industrial average on a relatively quiet day for the U.S. stock markets after Thanksgiving holiday. Time Warner Inc's shares were down 1.2 percent, Twenty-First Century Fox Inc 1.4 percent and Viacom Inc 3.4 percent.

India's Modi meets Sonia Gandhi to discuss new indirect tax
India’s Prime Minister Modi reacts before speaking at the Yusof Ishak Institute’s 37th Singapore Lecture in SingaporeBy Rupam Jain Nair NEW DELHI (Reuters) - Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi hosted opposition Congress party leader Sonia Gandhi for talks on Friday to try and break a deadlock over launching a new indirect tax, in a bid to put his economic recovery agenda back on track. The face-to-face meeting between the rivals was the first since Modi rose to power 18 months ago, and could herald a long-awaited compromise on the proposed goods and services tax (GST), billed as the biggest tax reform since independence. While there was no immediate breakthrough after the 30-minute meeting, Finance Minister Arun Jaitley told reporters that the Congress party has raised its concerns, and both parties were expected to meet again soon.

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