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Wimbledon 2016: Heres Why The World Is Going Gaga Over Roger F...

AFP The moment Novak Djokovic was knocked out of the 2016 Wimbledon championships, everyone was almost pushed to feel - 'It's Federer's title now'. Such was the threat that Djokovic carried with him. But this article isn't about that. It's about ... Indiatimes, 3 weeks ago

Messi: Flop or not?

Yes: With Argentina, this genius has always fallen just short The sight of a grown man crying is never pretty. More so when it comes from a man viewed by many as a footballing god. Faced buried in the chest of a team-mate, eyes swollen with ...
 Asiaone1 month ago
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Joseph Schooling bags hat-trick at Singapore Sports Awards

SINGAPORE — Sitting casually on a sofa as he spoke to TODAY in a Facebook Live interview , national swimmer Joseph Schooling suddenly broke into a smile as news filtered through to him that he had been named Singapore's Sportsman of the Year once ...
 Today Online1 month ago Schooling is Sportsman of the Year a third time  Electric New Paper1 month ago Joseph Schooling and Shayna Ng awarded Sportsman and Sportswoman of the Year  Singapore National Olympic Council1 month ago Joseph Schooling, Shayna Ng sweep top honours at Singapore Sports Awards  Yahoo! Singapore1 month ago

Reading for the sheer joy of it

Reading should be promoted not just for profit, but also for pleasure. There are few things in life that are sadder, it seems to me, than hearing a person, especially a young one, declare that he does not like to read. You know the usual ...
 The Statesman1 month ago
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Review: Azhar is a bland, badly-set souffl of Bollywood tropes without a soul

Who was Mohammad Azharuddin? More crucially, *what* was he? Those are precisely the questions that, as the end credits roll after 132 minutes of run-time, remain unanswered, feels Prem Panicker. “Who are you?” asks Steve Wozniak (played by Seth Rogan) of Steve Jobs (Michael Fassbender) in the midst of an incandescent argument in the Danny Boyle-helmed biopic on the Apple founder. “What do you do?”  The questions are equally central to any exploration, ...
 Rediff.com2 months ago
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