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US plotting another Korean War: North Korea

North Korea has accused the United States of plotting another Korean War.   Pyongyang: North Korea has accused the US of plotting to provoke another Korean War by convening a foreign ministers’ meeting in Vancouver, Canada. “The US, in collusion with Canada, created the scene of war simulation by summoning the foreign ministers’ meeting of the countries participated in the Korean War,” Xinhua quoted an official from the North Korean Foreign Ministry as saying.  Some 20 countries, mostly those which joined the US in its aggressive war against North Korea…

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Shikhar Dhawan bags 11th ton as India hammer Sri Lanka by 9 wickets in opening ODI Cricket 

Shikhar Dhawan bags 11th ton as India hammer Sri Lanka by 9 wickets in opening ODI

The dominant hosts overhauled the 217-run target with 127 balls to spare with Dhawan annihilating the Lankan attack with his brutal 132-run knock which came off just 90 balls. Dambulla: Opener Shikhar Dhawan hit a fluent unbeaten century as India continued to embarrass Sri Lanka, cruising to an easy nine-wicket win over the struggling hosts in the opening ODI of the five-match series, here today. (IND vs SL 1st ODI – As it happened | Full Coverage) India carried its domination from the Test series into the One-day format and achieved its biggest-ever win in terms…

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2017 FIFA Awards: It's Lionel Messi vs Cristiano Ronaldo in the fight for world's best again Sports 

2017 FIFA Awards: It’s Lionel Messi vs Cristiano Ronaldo in the fight for world’s best again

The FIFA announced a 24-strong list today for its ‘The Best FIFA Men`s Player’ award, to be announced on October 23, in London. New Delhi: As predicted the duopoly of Cristiano Ronaldo and Lionel Messi continued to dominate the shortlisted list for world’s best footballer award on Thursday. The FIFA announced a 24-strong list today for its ‘The Best FIFA Men`s Player’ award, to be announced on October 23, in London. This is the second edition of the annual ‘The Best FIFA Football Awards’ events, after FIFA last year opted…

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This team can do things that probably no Indian team has done, praises Ravi Shastri

India’s track record on overseas tour have rather not been delightful enough to praise with just a few rare occasions when the Men in Blue did clinch an entire series. Under Virat’s captaincy, India have so far won just a single series, against the Lankans, back in 2015. New Delhi: With the Indian team looking to wrap up things in Sri Lanka with yet another Test victory, newly appointed head coach Ravi Shastri came forth on Tuesday to call his side the best Indian squad ever. Virat Kohli and his men registered a…

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Venezuelan vote data casts doubt on turnout at Sunday poll

Venezuela is undergoing a major crisis, with millions suffering food shortages, soaring inflation and months of anti-government unrest, making it more unlikely that such a positive turnout was obtained by the government. Caracas: Only 3.7 million people had voted by 5.30 pm in Venezuela`s controversial Constitutional Assembly election on Sunday, according to internal electoral council data reviewed by Reuters, casting doubt on the 8.1 million people authorities said had voted that day. The election of the legislative super-body has been decried by critics as illegitimate and designed to give the…

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Pakistan: Ex-PTI MNA Ayesha Gulalai claims Imran Khan sent her ”inappropriate” text messages

Former PTI MNA Ayesha Gulalai, while addressing a press conference, called for an inquiry into her allegations against Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf chief Imran Khan. Islamabad: In a shocking allegation, an estranged female lawmaker of Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf on Tuesday claimed that party chief Imran Khan used to send her inappropriate text messages. Former PTI MNA Ayesha Gulalai, while addressing a press conference, called for an inquiry into her allegations against the former cricketer. Gulalai, who hails from Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, also announced her decision to quit the party. “I am not concerned about a party ticket or NA-1 seat.…

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WATCH: Mithali Raj and Co receive rousing reception at Mumbai airport, on return from England

New Delhi: After a heartbreaking 9-run loss to England in the final of the 2017 ICC Women’s World Cup, Mithali Raj-led Team India arrived at the Mumbai airport on Wednesday morning. Upon arrival, the women’s team was surrounded by enthusiastic fans who couldn’t stop cheering their heroes. The crowd at the Mumbai Airport could be seen cheering ‘India, India’, with the kin of the cricketers waiting with eager eyes for their daughters to arrive.

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Sri Lanka vs India: Ravi Shastri can have positive influence in dressing room, says Ravichandran Ashwin

New Delhi: Veteran Indian offie Ravichandran Ashwin came forth to reveal in a recent interview about the kind of positive energy that the newly appointed head coach of India, Ravi Shastri, brings to the dressing room. It was almost a week back that Ravi Shastri was announced as the new head coach of Team India, replacing Anil Kumble. A few days later the entire support staff list was also announced by BCCI. Team India’s tour of Sri Lanka would thus be his first ever assignment after taking up the job.

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ICC WWC Final: Am proud of the girls, India did very well in tournament, says captain Mithali Raj

London: India captain Mithali Raj admitted wilting under pressure in a tense run chase against England in the World Cup final but said they will walk out as a proud bunch. “Yes, I’m proud of the team. It wasn’t easy for England but credit to them for keeping their nerves. There was a time where the match was in the balance, but we panicked and that led to our defeat,” Raj said after the match. “I’m very proud of the girls. They didn’t make any match look easy for the…

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2017 North American Indigenous Games not just about sports, but a cultural exchange

The 2017 North American Indigenous Games are bringing a message of healing to Toronto, not just through participation in sports, but a cultural exchange. Marcia Trudeau-Bomberry, the CEO of the Games, emphasizes the cultural exchange that will happen not just between Indigenous people and non-Indigenous people, but First Nations from across the continent. That process starts with Sunday’s opening ceremony at the Aviva Centre on York University’s campus. “Reconciliation is a two-way street,” Trudeau-Bomberry said Monday. “It’s about non-Indigenous people taking that step to learn about Indigenous people, about the culture, about…

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