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18 March, 2018 3:14 AM FA Cup: Manchester United Bounce Back To Beat Brighton, Christian Eriksen Sends Tottenham Hotspur Into Semis

Goals from Romelu Lukaku and Nemanja Matic helped Manchester United beat Brighton 2-0. Manchester United bounced back from being dumped out of the Champions League in midweek by reaching the FA Cup semi-finals despite another uninspired performance as goals from Romelu Lukaku and Nemanja Matic saw off Brighton 2-0 on Saturday. Tottenham Hotspur also booked 26

17 March, 2018 4:13 PM Loyalist, "Firefighter": Meet The Man Who Will Be Xi Jinping's No 2

China's parliament elected Wang Qishan, a key ally of President Xi Jinping, into the role of vice president on Saturday, a move that breaks with tradition but will bolster the president's authority. At the same time, Xi was unanimously endorsed to serve a second five-year term as president, by 2,970 votes to zero. Last Sunday, the National People's Congress 30

14 March, 2018 6:28 AM Rare meteorite may hold clue to life’s origin

Evidence of water-bearing minerals found in meteorite recovered from Rajasthan A study of two meteorites which fell in Assam and Rajasthan over a span of 13 hours in 2017, by the Geological Survey of India (GSI), has concluded that they may contain “significant clues to the origins of life. Late on the evening of June 5 last, a meteorite weighing 3.014 kg fell in Natun 41

13 March, 2018 7:36 PM The Poisoning Of Former Russian Double Agent Sergei Skripal

London: Little is known about his early life but he served in the GRU military intelligence service. He reached the rank of colonel in the GRU but left in 1999 to work in the Russian foreign ministry. He also taught at the Russian Defence Ministry's defence academy in Moscow. Skripal was arrested in December 2004 by Federal Security Service agents on suspicion 154

13 March, 2018 1:14 PM Irrfan's 'Blackmail' to release as scheduled on 6 April

Mumbai: Irrfan Khan'sBlackmailwill hit the screens as scheduled on 6 April, the makers have announced amid rumours that the actor's health condition may affect the movie's release. T-Series and RDP Motion Pictures made the announcement via a statement. Irrfan's announcement that he was diagnosed with a rare disease and serious health challenges, had lead to speculation 44

13 March, 2018 9:30 AM Blast targets Palestinian PM Hamdallah's convoy during rare Gaza visit

Mr. Hamdallah was not injured in the explosion. An explosion targeted Palestinian Prime Minister Rami Hamdallah’s convoy as he arrived in the Gaza Strip on Tuesday for a rare visit, lightly wounding seven people, officials and witnesses said. Mr. Hamdallah was not injured in the explosion, which occurred shortly after his convoy entered the territory 30

9 March, 2018 8:13 AM Saint Petersburg, Rare Rhythm, Aaron The Baron and Sporting Pleasure impress

Saint Petersburg, Rare Rhythm, Aaron The Baron and Sporting Pleasure impressed when the horses were exercised here on Friday morning (March 9) 600m: Smile Stone (M. Naveen) 43. Pleased. One BIg Gang (rb), Prince Charmo (rb) 44. Former finished two lengths ahead. 1000m: Nostradamus (rb) 1-16, 600/44.5. Moved well. Silken Striker (rb), Desert Gilt (Jagadeesh) 23

7 March, 2018 5:08 PM India-China trade hits a record $84.4 billion

The India-China bilateral trade has reached $84.44 billion last year, a historic high, notwithstanding bilateral tensions over a host of issues, including the Doklam standoff. A rare novelty of the bilateral trade, otherwise dominated by the Chinese exports, was about 40% increase of Indian exports to China in 2017 totalling to $16.34 billion, data of the Chinese 32

6 March, 2018 2:56 AM White House clarifies Donald Trump-North Korea 'call'

Trump raised eyebrows at a Washington media dinner on Saturday when he said "they, by the way, called up a couple of days ago and said 'we would like to talk.' The White House has said that Donald Trump had been referring to a call with South Korea's leader when he appeared to suggest a landmark direct contact with the nuclear North. "And I said, 'so would 65

2 March, 2018 6:37 PM Nuns, Overworked Often With No Money, Rebel In Vatican

Vatican City, Holy See: Three nuns lashed out on Friday against the menial work they have to do for clergymen, often for no money, in a rare public criticism of the Catholic Church's male hierarchy. "Some sisters employed by clergymen get up at dawn to prepare breakfast and only go to bed once dinner has been served, the house cleaned and the laundry 46