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Pilgrims dance in cosmic energy ritual in Bulgaria

RILA MOUNTAINS, Bulgaria (Reuters) - Lilya Ivanova, a 29-year-old Bulgarian psychologist, glows with joy. She has just finished a ritual dance along with some 2,500 white-clad followers of the Universal White Brotherhood society next to a glacial lake, high ... Reuters, 1 month ago
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Real show their might

Gareth Bale responded in style to his critics with a fine finish as Real Madrid got back to winning ways with a 3-1 win at Real Sociedad. Borja Mayoral rewarded a bright start by Real with his first Madrid goal before Sociedad's Kevin Rodrigues scored at both ...
 Deccan Herald4 weeks ago Real Madrid ease past Sociedad to overcome league blip  Rediff.com1 month ago
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PICS: Meet the daredevil women bikers of Germany

The women's only Petrolettes motorcycle festival was held in Neuhardenberg near Berlin, Germany. A celebration of the joy of biking, here only your skills on the bike matter! Take a look at some of the pics from the festival.  Participants prepare for the rally.All photographs:Stefanie Loos/Reuters   Before the race, some participants take a spin to test their bikes.   All set for the big race :) A biker flaunts her tattoos.   Get set, ready, go! The race begins.
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On FTII visit, Anupam Kher tries to strike positive note with

Newly-appointed FTII chairman Anupam Kher paid an unscheduled visit to the campus here today and broke bread with students, apparently to build a rapport with them. Against the backdrop of the acrimony when the appointment of Khers predecessor Gajendra ...
 Deccan Herald2 days ago Ready to discuss issues: Kher on FTII students' open letter  Deccan Herald5 days ago
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2018 FIFA World Cup qualifiers: Cahill's extra-time winner keeps Australia alive

Images from Monday's 2018 World Cup qualifiers Tim Cahill heads the ball to score Australia's opening goal against Syria in the second leg of the Asian play-off FIFA World Cup qualifier on Tuesday. Photograph: David Gray/Reuters Tim Cahill scored twice, including the extra-time winner, as Australia kept their World Cup hopes alive with a 2-1 victory over Syria in the second leg of the Asian play-off on Tuesday. The 3-2 aggregate victory sends the Socceroos into an intercontinental play-off ...
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A platform for young talent

The FIFA U-17 World Cup is a platform where a young footballer gets a chance to showcase his skill on the global stage.In the 17th edition of the event, there are plenty of players aspiring to make it big. But before we get ahead of time and talk about the ...
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Relaxed, smiling, caressing a dictionary: How I remember Tom Alter

One really has to stretch things before Tom Alter’s connection to the British Isles is established. He ended up being every Indian Film Director’s Englishman, including the illustrious Satyajit Ray. Tom was in fact the son and grandson of ...
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FIFA U-17 World Cup: What the tournament means for India

It would be unfair to expect India to bedazzle crowds with eye-catching football. This team is built around stability. But despite the talent, progress from a group that also includes -- apart from the US -- Ghana and Colombia, looks mighty difficult, writes Dhruv Munjal. IMAGE: Coach Luis Norton de Matos, left, with his players. Photograph: AIFF Media. Even after all these years, Ronaldinho still has a hypnotic hold over his audience. The thrills and spills make him football’s version ...
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Prison diary: 38 days in Arthur Road jail

'It is not possible to survive in jail unless you are part of a group.''They cover your back as you do theirs.' IMAGE: The IT graduate spent seven days in police custody and 38 days in Arthur Road prison.His time in prison, he says, was nightmarish and the only thing that kept him going was his belief in God and the adage 'this too shall pass'. Photograph: Reimaging by Dominic Xavier/Rediff.com. The Supreme Court last week issued a range of directions on prison reforms, including asking state ...
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The General in charge of the surgical strikes

'When there are two hostile armies operating in close proximity, moral ascendancy is very important -- and that is something, I think, we achieved.''What is important is the will and determination of a country.''That you are willing to do something about terror that is coming from across the border and that is the message that was sent out.' Exclusive: How the surgical strikes were planned IMAGE: Lieutenant General Deependra Singh Hooda, UYSM, AVSM, VSM (Bar), was the Northern Army Commander ...
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