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3 SPOs killed in Valley, India calls off talks with Pakistan | India News

[ad_1] NEW DELHI: Twenty-four hours after it announced a meeting between Indian and Pakistani foreign ministers on the sidelines of the UN General Assembly next week, the Centre on Friday called off the talks, citing the brutal killing of 3 SPOs in J&K by Pakistani terrorists and the release of stamps glorifying slain militant Burhan Wani. This adds to a long list of abortive attempts to revive engagement with Islamabad
UK News

B&M fined for illegal knife sales to east London teens

[ad_1] Image copyright Getty Images Image caption B&M Bargains was handed a court bill of 492,598.53 Retailer B&M Bargains has been fined a record £480,000 for repeatedly selling knives to children as young as 14 in east London.Four teenagers were sent to stores in Barking and Chadwell Heath by police and trading standards officials.In June B&M Retail admitted to three counts of selling knives to under-18s.The guilty plea meant the
Football

Queretaro teen Marcel Ruiz handles sudden spotlight keeps focus on Qatar

[ad_1] Marcel Ruiz patterns his style after Barcelona's Andres Iniesta. QUERETARO, Mexico -- Marcel Ruiz enters the interview room at the Mexican federation's facilities with apprehension. It's a new experience for him. His eyes reveal feelings of uncertainty over the questions to come, over how he'll handle more than three interviews in less than 15 minutes. He's never been through anything like this. "It's easier to be on the pitch,"
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Asia Cup 2018: Rohit, Jadeja fashion India’s seven-wicket win over Bangladesh | Cricket News

[ad_1] DUBAI: It was in the last over of the powerplay that Shakib Al Hasan had driven and swept Ravindra Jadeja four two consecutive boundaries. A Bangladesh recovery from 16/2 looked to be taking off with Shakib and Mushfiqur Rahim - two of their most established batsmen. Jadeja's return to white-ball cricket after a hiatus of 15 months too was graced rudely. Scorecard | BLOG: India vs Bangladesh That was
UK News

Liam McIlvanney wins crime book of the year award

[ad_1] Image copyright Getty Images Image caption Liam McIlvanney picked up the award for his book, The Quaker, at a ceremony in Stirling Writer Liam McIlvanney has won the 2018 McIlvanney Prize for the crime book of the year at the Bloody Scotland festival in Stirling.His book, The Quaker, was described by judges as the standout winner of this year's competition.The prize was renamed two years ago in memory of
Cricket

Ravindra Jadeja’s 4-for sets up thumping Indian win

[ad_1] It wasn't an insignificant affair like the one against Pakistan on Wednesday. Still, for the second time in three days, India put up a near-flawless performance to repeat its convincing victory against the arch-rival by mauling Bangladesh in its first Super Four clash of the Asia Cup on Friday.On Wednesday, after being forced to field, India's bowling unit had folded Pakistan up for 162. Cut to Friday, India inserted Bangladesh and the bowlers
Football

Salzburg finally get their glory vs Leipzig in the Red Bull battle

[ad_1] Salzburg chalked up a famous win in Leipzig over the 'other' RB club that's siphoned so much talent over the years. LEIPZIG, Germany -- They were loud and they were present. Three hours before kick-off, they gathered at the Richard-Wagner-Platz in Leipzig's city centre. Some were drinking beer while others waited in anticipation of things to come. This was their night, this was their match and this was their
UK News

Great Ormond Street professor killed in London bike crash

[ad_1] Image copyright GOSH Image caption Great Ormond Street Hospital said Prof Bitner-Glindzicz "was a true leader in her field" A genetics professor at Great Ormond Street Hospital has been killed in a bicycle crash in central London.Prof Maria Bitner-Glindzicz's bike collided with a taxi and a stationary vehicle on St John Street in Clerkenwell, London, on Wednesday.The 55-year-old died in hospital on Thursday and her next-of-kin have been informed,
Politics

Brexit: What happens next? – BBC News

[ad_1] Media playback is unsupported on your device Media captionTheresa May: "I will not overturn result of the referendum" Theresa May has warned that the Brexit negotiations are at an impasse and there will be no progress until the EU treats her proposals seriously.She has accused EU leaders of showing the UK a lack of respect after they rebuffed her Chequers plan without, she said, any alternative or explanation. With
Technology

Dad’s damaged army photo restored by social media

[ad_1] Image copyright Alexiz Connolly Image caption The army picture of Gary Connolly, from Campo, California, was restored after his daughter posted it on a Reddit forum. She first thought it was taken in 1976, later corrected by her dad to 1977 Before digital photography, many images were just snapped and printed once. If that picture became damaged, you had to live with it.Alexiz Connolly, who lives on the Campo