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How January slump is proving costly for Manchester City!
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Rooney's knockout blow as United triumph

LONDON : Wayne Rooney delivered the knockout blow in Manchester United’s 3-0 win against Tottenham in the English Premier League on Sunday. At Old Trafford, Rooney was firmly in the spotlight as fourth placed United produced a rare heavyweight display ... Himalayan times, 1 month ago
Chelsea close on title; City cut gap with United Himalayan times, 2 hours ago

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Will United's 'fantastic' Fellaini upset Chelsea?

‘Felli's been a handful for every team and there hasn't really been an answer to him’ ‘I've said before that very few people can handle him. On his day he's unplayable’ Marouane Fellaini of Manchester United, centre, celebrates. Photograph: Alex Livesey/Getty Images Chelsea will have to be wary of the danger posed by the in-form Marouane Fellaini when Manchester United visit Stamford Bridge on Saturday, according to his team mates Ashley Young and Chris Smalling.
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Decoding why Modi govt replaced Sujatha Singh with S Jaishankar as India's Foreign Secretary

New Delhi: In a surprise move, the NDA government has appointed India’s ambassador to the United States, Subrahmanyam Jaishankar as the new Foreign Secretary, replacing Sujatha Singh, the country’s highest ranking diplomat, about seven months ...
 IndiaTV News2 months ago Modi calls for UN resolution to unitedly fight terrorism  IndiaTV News2 days ago The Himalayan Times  Himalayan times2 months ago Prime Minister Modi wins hearts in Canada  Rediff.com1 day ago
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Will there be a new Iron Curtain: Putin asked in national Q&A session

"The United States doesn’t need allies; it needs vassals,” Putin lashed out against the US during his four-hour-long interaction with Russians on Thursday. The session, dubbed Direct Line, saw Putin discuss major issues pertaining to Russia, including economic sanctions against the Russian state, price rise and Russo-American relations. Russian President Vladimir Putin poses for a picture with call centre employees after a live broadcast nationwide call-in in Moscow.
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Sharad Yadav at it again; says Padma awards only given to the dishonest

Padma awards are given only to the ‘dishonest’ and those from the upper echelons of society, Janata Dal-United president Sharad Yadav said and asked socialist-minded people to spurn the honour, in remarks that could stoke a controversy. "Samajwadi people (Socialists) should spurn Padmashri and Padmabhushan (uspe laat maarna chahiye)....These awards are given to only those people who are dishonest (beimaan).. these are given only to people from high echelons of society," Yadav said, ...
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'My papa hasn’t done anything wrong', says Sharad Yadav’s daughter

New Delhi: Amid the high voltage controversy over Janata Dal United chief Sharad Yadav’s derogatory comments on the skin ton of South Indian women, his daughter Suhasini Bundela has come out to defend the veteran leader’s stand.Suhaisini, during ...
 IndiaTV News1 month ago Sharad Yadav's comments on 'dusky South Indian women' sparks outrage  IndiaTV News1 month ago
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‘United Kingdom’s Daughters’, an Indian man’s response to controversial Nirbhaya documentary

New Delhi: In response to controversial Nirbhaya documentary titled ‘India’s Daughter’, a documentary made by an Indian national Harvinder Singh, 'United Kingdom's Daughters', revealed that the situation of women is worse in the western ...
 IndiaTV News1 month ago Government to take action against BBC for telecasting Nirbhaya documentary  IndiaTV News1 month ago BBC defies Modi Government ban, telecasts documentary on December 16 gang rape victim  Jagran Post1 month ago BBC telecasts controversial Nirbhaya documentary despite India’s objection  IndiaTV News1 month ago

World’s nations pay tribute to late Saudi King Abdullah

United Nations: The world’s nations have paid tribute to Saudi Arabia’s late King Abdullah, praising his development of the oil-rich nation, his generosity to the needy and his promotion of peace in the Middle East.At the start of Monday’s ...
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RSS "very nationalistic"; has kept India united: Kiran Bedi

New Delhi: A rare BJP leader with no RSS link, Kiran Bedi, the party’s Chief Ministerial nominee for Delhi, today described the Sangh as “very nationalistic” that has kept India united.The 65-year-old Bedi, who has been pitchforked to a ...
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VIENNA : The United Nations’ nuclear watchdog said it and Iran would hold a technical meeting in Tehran on Wednesday. Iran and six world powers struck a framework agreement this month to curb Iran’s nuclear programme in exchange for easing Western ...
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