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Why World Athletics lost top sponsor?
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Why World Athletics lost top sponsor?

Bad publicity leads Nestle to end IAAF partnership IMAGE: Canada’s athletes pose prior to the Women's 4x400 Relay Final during the 15th IAAF World Athletics Championships. Photograph: Patrick Smith/Getty Images Swiss food giant Nestle will end its partnership with the International Association of Athletics Federations because of scandal surrounding the sport, the company said on Wednesday. The IAAF is in turmoil following widespread allegations of corruption and bribery. "This decision ... Rediff.com, 3 days ago
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Canada's Sikh Defence Minister heckled in Parliament

Canada’s first Sikh Defence Minister Harjit Sajjan has been heckled in Parliament, with an Opposition member shouting that MPs needed an ‘English-to-English’ translation as he spoke, an act dubbed as ‘racist’. Veteran Conservative MP Jason Kenney sparked a controversy in the question period in Parliament with the heckle directed at Sajjan while the minister was responding about the military mission against the Islamic State. Kenney, a former defence minister ...
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Coyote Finds A Ball, Proves How Lovable Coyotes Really Are

Coyotes: They’re just like us! A YouTube video posted Friday shows a coyote in Ontario, Canada, frolicking in sheer euphoria after it managed to get its paws on a dog toy. &&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&& “I saw this guy playing on the hill while I was ...
 Huffington Post1 month ago

Yann Martel: The Bridge of Faith

Canadian author Yann Martel knows that happiness makes for contented lives but does little for the cause of literature. Stories arise not from daily routines but rather from the rupture of it. His latest novel The High Mountains of Portugal (Canongate, 330 ...
 Open Magazine1 week ago
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U-19 World Cup: Record-breaking Pant helps India maintain winning run

Rishabh Pant’s 50 off 18 balls is the fastest recorded half-century in the history of Under-19 internationals. Wicketkeeper-batsman Rishabh Pant smashed his way into the record books with a 24-ball 78 as India gave Nepal a rude reality check by handing them a seven-wicket hammering to finish their league engagements unbeaten in the ICC Under-19 World Cup, in Mirpur, on Monday. - Scorecard The Rahul Dravid-coached India will meet Bangladesh or Namibia in the quarter-finals. Pant, who ...
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Big brother Murray sets the tone by clinching Aus Open doubles crown

‘Andy you should be in bed. I don't know why you're here taking photos’ IMAGE: Britain's Jamie Murray, left, and Brazil's Bruno Soares celebrate with the men's doubles trophy. Photograph: Issei Kato/Reuters Britain's Jamie Murray gained an early claim to bragging rights over younger brother Andy when he combined with Brazil's Bruno Soares to win the Australian Open men's doubles title early on Sunday. Murray and Soares beat Canada's Daniel Nestor and Czech Radek Stepanek 2-6, 6-4, ...
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Under-19 WC: Qualifier Nepal shocks New Zealand; Shadab stars for Pak

Leg-spinner Shadab Khan grabs four for nine in five overs as Pakistan beat Afghanistan by 6 wkts IMAGE: Pakistan’s leg-spinner Shadab Khan in action against Afghanistan in the Under-19 World Cup match in Sylhet, Bangladesh. Photograph: ICC Qualifier Nepal caused the first major upset of the World Cup, shocking New Zealand by 32 runs in a Group D match in Fatullah on Thursday. Nepal, which won the qualifying event in Malaysia last year to return to the World Cup after missing the previous ...
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U-19 WC warm-up: Kishan, Bhui slam tons as India slay Canada

Captain Ishan Kishan and Ricky Bhui smashed unbeaten centuries as three-time champion India crushed Canada by 372 runs in their warm-up match of the U-19 World Cup in Mirpur on Saturday. India, coached by batting great Rahul Dravid, thrashed Canada’s hapless bowlers and scored a mammoth 483 for five. Captain Ishan Kishan smashed 138 off 86 balls with 16 fours and seven sixes while Ricky Bhui struck 115 off 71 balls. Both players retired to allow others gain some batting practice in the ...
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Simbu's Beep Song controversy gets ugly

The controversy against Simbu’s Beep Song is getting uglier by the day.  It all started on December 11, when a song allegedly composed by Anirudh Ravichander and sung by Simbu was leaked on YouTube. The obscene lyrics of the song denigrating women went viral on the Net, earning the wrath of several women groups, political and student organisations. The protests started in Coimbatore and gathered momentum outside Simbu’s house at T Nagar, Chennai. The Coimbatore Police ...
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10 dead after BSF plane crashes into wall near Delhi

A small 20-year-old Border Security Force plane ferrying the force’s technical personnel to Ranchi on Tuesday crashed near Dwarka and burst into flames just outside IGI airport shortly after take-off killing all 10 people on board. The ill-fated twin-engine Beechcraft Super King plane suddenly took a kind of u-turn towards the airport after taking off at 9.37 am and hit a tree while apparently approaching to land following a possible technical problem, according to officials from the Air ...
 Rediff.com1 month ago
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