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14 August, 2018 12:58 PM FIFA Threatens To Suspend Nigeria, Ghana Football Federations

Nigeria put itself on a collision course with FIFA in July. The long-running dispute over who is in charge of the NFF dates back to 2014. Giwa first claimed to have won election to the top job. Pinnick won the re-run, although the vote was also deemed to have been flawed. Giwa then launched court action over the result. FIFA said the ban would only be lifted 20

10 August, 2018 6:36 AM China says will impose controls after African swine fever outbreak

China's Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Affairs said on Friday it will implement stricter controls on the slaughtering and transportation of pigs following the outbreak last week of African swine fever. Statement comes after China reported its first outbreak of the deadly disease last week in the northeastern province of Liaoning. Among measures announced 40

7 August, 2018 10:41 AM 2 Maharashtra Fishermen Sell 30 Kg Fish For Rs 5.5 Lakh

Two fishermen brothers in Maharashtra's Palghar district netted a 'ghol' fish - known for its medicinal value and in high demand in various countries - and sold it for a whopping Rs 5.5 lakh in a mega auction. Mahesh Meher and Bharat Meher, natives of Morbe village in Palghar, set out for fishing in the Arabian Sea last week and returned on Sunday late night 38

6 August, 2018 1:21 PM Watch: BJP’s OP Sharma calls AAP’s Amanatullah Khan ‘terrorist, Fanney Khan’ in Delhi Assembly

The Delhi Assembly witnessed a rare unruly scene on Monday as Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) MLA OP Sharma referred to Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) MLA Amanatullah Khan as a “terrorist” and “Fanney Khan”. In the middle of his address to the Assembly, the BJP MLA lost his cool due to disruption by AAP members, and told Khan, “Kyun aatankwadiyon ki tarah baat kar raha hai, aadmiyon 30

2 August, 2018 7:56 PM Former Manchester City midfielder Nasir doping ban increased to 18-months after appeal

Former Manchester City midfielder Samir Nasri has had his doping ban increased to 18 months following an appeal against the original six-month sanction, European football’s governing body UEFA has said. The Frenchman was handed the original suspension in February after UEFA found the 31-year-old “guilty of using a prohibited method in accordance with the WADA (World 41

24 July, 2018 4:08 PM Delhi Police bans drones, para-gliders ahead of Independence Day

Other sub-conventional ariel platforms such as para-motors, hang-gliders, remotely piloted aircraft, hot air balloons among others will also be prohibited during the 22-day ban Delhi Police Tuesday imposed a 22-day long blanket ban on the use of para-gliders and drones in the capital ahead of the forthcoming Independence Day celebrations citing " possible 43

24 July, 2018 12:30 PM Coinbase ads resurface on Google, Facebook despite no announcement of lifting of ban

Google and Facebook which have banned cryptocurrency ads earlier this year seem to have relaxed the norms as Coinbase ads surfaced on both platforms. Brian Armstrong, CEO of one of the biggest cryptocurrency exchange in the US, Coinbase said in a tweet that Facebook had whitelisted his firm’s ads. “Facebook banned ads for crypto earlier this year. Proud 45

23 July, 2018 1:15 PM Kerala High Court Imposes Complete Plastic Ban At Sabarimala

The Kerala High Court today imposed a complete ban on plastic in Sabarimala, in order to ensure an eco-friendly pilgrimage to the famous hill shrine of Lord Ayyappa. Two years ago, the High Court had banned sale of any material, including water, in plastic bottles or packets at any place connected to the famous hill shrine situated. In its order, a Division 44

22 July, 2018 10:23 AM "Would Ban Alcohol, But Not For Tribals": Ex-Chattisgarh Chief Minister

Former Chhattisgarh chief minister Ajit Jogi today said he would ban liquor in the state but permit tribals to consume it as it was part of their culture, if his party forms government. The former bureaucrat-turned-politician, who has always been considered a strong tribal leader, said he would contest all 90 Assembly seats in the state in the upcoming 46

18 July, 2018 10:04 AM "Everyone Can Go": Top Court On Entry Of Women In Sabarimala Temple

The right of a woman to pray is a constitutional right and does not depend on laws, the Supreme Court said today while hearing a bunch of petitions that challenge the traditional ban on the entry of women between 10 and 50 years of age in the famous Sabarimala temple. "Every woman is also the creation of God and why should there be discrimination against 38