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Rohit ton downs Bangladesh

Rohit ton downs Bangladesh

Rohit Sharma’s maiden World Cup century propelled India to a 109-run victory over Bangladesh in the second World Cup quarter-final, in Melbourne. Sharma struck 137 off 126 balls – his seventh ODI century – as the defending champions posted 302-6 off their 50 overs, Bangladesh struggling to 193 all out in 45 overs in reply. [&hellip

Hodgson wants Kane rested

Hodgson wants Kane rested

England coach Roy Hodgson hopes Tottenham will not take Harry Kane on a post-season trip to Australia after previously claiming he needs a rest. Mauricio Pochettino has admitted concerns about Kane becoming burned out by playing too much football and Hodgson feels there is a deal of hypocrisy in the club now planning to take [&hellip

Kalashnikov shooters kill 2 in Sweden

Kalashnikov shooters kill 2 in Sweden

​Watu kadhaa wamepigwa risasi ndani ya mkahawa mmoja katika mji wa Goteborg nchini Sweden na wawili kati yao wamefariki. Polisi imesema inamini bunduki za rashasha zimetumika katika shambulio hilo.Hakukuwa na taarifa kuhusu watuhumiwa wowote wale lakini watu kadhaa inaelezwa wametiwa ndani kwa ajili ya kuhojiwa.Shambulio hilo limetokea katika kitongoji cha Biskopsgarden kilioko katika mji wa [&hellip

Thailand ex-premier to face trial

Thailand ex-premier to face trial

The Thai Supreme Court has ruled that the country’s former Prime Minister Yingluck Shinawatra must stand trial on charges of negligence over a controversial rice subsidy program. “The panel (of judges) has decided that this case falls within our authority… We accept this case,” said judge Veeraphol Tangsuwan at Bangkok’s Supreme Court on Thursday. The Judge further [&hellip

Lufthansa pilots extend strike again

Lufthansa pilots extend strike again

​Pilots for the German national flag carrier Lufthansa have announced they would again extend a strike initially planned to be a one-day walkout over an ongoing retirement dispute. German Pilots’ union Vereinigung Cockpit (VC), which represents some 5,400 Lufthansa pilots, announced late Wednesday that it would extend the walkout to Friday. Initially, a 24-hour walkout [&hellip

Thursday,19th March, 2015

Thursday,19th March, 2015

​1780 solar years ago, on this day in 235 AD, Roman Emperor Alexander Severus, who suffered a series of disastrous defeats in the Levant and Armenia at the hands of the rising power of the Sassanid Dynasty of Iran, was assassinated, along with his mother Julia Mamaea, by legionaries near modern Mainz in Europe. 1153 lunar [&hellip

Russia signs treaty with South Ossetia

Russia signs treaty with South Ossetia

​Russia has signed an alliance and integration deal with Georgia’s breakaway region of South Ossetia amid tensions with the West over the crisis in Ukraine. Russian President Vladimir Putin and his South Ossetian counterpart, Leonid Tibilov, inked the agreement in the Russian capital city of Moscow on Wednesday. Putin described the accord as a “landmark” [&hellip

Serbia nabs Srebrenica massacre suspects

Serbia nabs Srebrenica massacre suspects

​Police in Serbia have detained seven people suspected of playing a role in the 1995 massacre of Srebrenica Muslims in eastern Bosnia during the Balkans War, regarded asEurope’s worst civilian slaughter since World War II. The detainees “are suspected to have committed war crimes against the civilian population,” especially at the Kravica warehouse outside Srebrenica, [&hellip

Muslim family attacked in North Carolina

Muslim family attacked in North Carolina

A Muslim family has been targeted and one woman has been injured in North Carolina after their home was hit with a hail of gunfire, according to police officials. The shooting incident happened in eastern Mecklenburg County, just outside of Charlotte, early Tuesday morning. Abdul, the homeowner who asked to be identified by his first [&hellip

Aguero pen saved as City exit

Aguero pen saved as City exit

​Sergio Aguero missed a penalty as Manchester City exited the Champions League after losing 1-0 against Barcelona at the Nou Camp. Ivan Rakitic handed Barcelona the lead in the first half to make it 3-1 on aggregate, and the hosts should have had the tie out of reach far earlier, hitting the post twice before [&hellip