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Mixed reception as Sterling accepts award

LIVERPOOL : A mixture of boos and calls for him to stay greeted Liverpool and England forward Raheem Sterling when he received the club’s Young Player of the Year award on Tuesday a day after it emerged he wants a transfer. The 20-year-old had stirred ... Himalayan times, 4 days ago

Nepal quake: 8 bodies found from wreckage of US chopper

Charred bodies of all eight soldiers onboard the US Marine chopper that crashed in a remote hilly area while delivering aid in quake-hit Nepal have been recovered, Nepalese Army said on Saturday as seven aftershocks were felt and death toll from the fresh temblor rose to 136. Nepal Army rescue team spotted wrecked parts of the US Marine Corps UH-1 Huey, that went missing from the remote and rugged area of Gorthali village in  Sindhupalchowk district since Tuesday when the second powerful ...
 Rediff.com1 week ago

Aftershocks haunt Nepal's villages, relief out of reach

Quake after quake continue to jolt the Himalayan nation. Aid is arriving in Nepal, but its far flung villages remain cut off, two weeks after the April 25 horror. Villagers live amid debris and the common compliant is: No one has come to check on us. Anusha Subramanian reports from Dholakha district, 153 km from Kathmandu. Shyam Nepali comes out of his house in the hope of getting some relief. Photograph: Anusha Subramanian Mithai Ghising, 70, struggles to clear debris of her house in ...
 Rediff.com1 week ago 'We were not prepared' for quake, says Nepalese prime minister  Rediff.com1 week ago
Himalayan times

Woman gives birth to girl at field hospital

KATHMANDU: When Bhawana Pudasaini of Duwakot, Bhaktapur, started to experience labour pain, her husband Madan Pudasaini rushed her to Kathmandu Medical College in Sinamangal. But KMC was filled with patients in the wake of Tuesday’s massive aftershock.
 Himalayan times1 week ago

PM helps airlift badly hurt woman

CHARIKOT: A Nepali woman seriously injured by falling debris in Tuesday’s earthquake was airlifted to a Kathmandu hospital today in the prime minister’s helicopter, after two British paramedics pleaded with officials to help save her life. Prime ...
 Himalayan times1 week ago


Quake claims three BHOJPUR: The death toll from Tuesday’s earthquake has reached three in the eastern region while 107 were injured. Eastern regional police office in Biratnagar identified the deceased as Dil Kumari Rai, 65, of Ramdhuni municipality, ...
 Himalayan times1 week ago
Himalayan times

Bayern can still shock Barca: Guardiola

MUNICH : Pep Guardiola believes Bayern Munich’s star-studded squad has the quality to overturn a three-goal deficit to shock Barcelona in Tuesday’s Champions League semi-final, second-leg despite their four-match losing streak. Bayern are chasing ...
 Himalayan times1 week ago
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Bihar storm: Rajnath conducts aerial survey

Purnia (Bihar): Union Home Minister Rajnath Singh today conducted an aerial survey of storm-hit districts of Bihar and took stock of the situation as death toll in the Tuesday’s killer Nor’wester mounted to 55. “The Centre is fully ...
 IndiaTV News4 weeks ago

Champions League: Oblak saves Atletico from dominant holders Real

Real Madrid's Gareth Bale has a shot saved by Atletico Madrid's Jan Oblak during the UEFA Champions league quarter-final first leg match. Photograph: Juan Medina/Reuters. Atletico Madrid goalkeeper Jan Oblak produced a heroic performance to repel holders Real Madrid and help secure a 0-0 draw in their Champions League quarter-final, first leg at the Calderon on Tuesday. Slovenian Oblak made a string of memorable saves against the team that beat Atletico in ...
 Rediff.com1 month ago

#147isnotjustanumber: Moving images as Kenyans mourn college attack

These images of Kenyans mourning the Garissa University attack will leave you shaken   Some of them wanted to be doctors, some teachers. But their dreams were shattered when Al Shabab militants stormed Kenya’s Garissa University and massacred 178 people. The horrific attack last Thursday has left Kenya shell shocked. On Tuesday night, hundreds of heartbroken Kenyans remembered the innocent victims, most of them students. Mourners held vigil at Nairobi’s Uhuru Park where 147 ...
 Rediff.com1 month ago
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