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FIFA World Cup 2018: Former Brazilian President Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva makes sports commentator debut in messages from prison
Former Brazilian president Lula warned about the need to prepare Brazil's national team well for the second match at the 2018 Russia.
Composed by a team of city-based musicians and film artist, with the support of the Movie Chamber of Malabar, the two-minute long song bids farewell to the Nipah.
AAP MLAs Somnath Bharti, S K Bagga were forced out of Anil Baijal's house after they refused to leave following a meeting.
Family unity must be preserved: UN Chief Antonio Guterres on Donald Trump's zero-tolerance immigration policy
England opener Alex Hales accepts he needs to make some major contributions to gain promotion from the fringe of the squad.
The Argentinians are flicking through selfies on their phones of Russian girls posing on the popular dating app Tinder.
The House of Lords voted by 354 votes to 235 in favour of an amendment that had been worded by pro-EU ConservativeS MP and former Attorney General Dominic Grieve.
In the past, the group has included women-fronted acts like The Kills, Starcrawler, Wolf Alice, Goat, Slaves, The Cribs, and Frank Carter & The Rattlesnakes.
He further revealed in the email that the employee claims to have engaged in such a practice because he didn't receive a promotion.
Mustafizur Rahman hurt his left big toe last month during an Indian Premier League match he played for the Mumbai Indians.
Salah's shoulder has continued to cause him problems in Russia, and last weekend he needed the help of three team-mates to put a shirt on during a training session.
The Washington-based Federation of American Scientists (FAS) published aerial photographs that the group says show the facility in the Baltic outpost has been under major renovation since 2016.
A day after actor Mansoor Ali Khan's arrest, the well-known Salem-based environmental activist Piyush Manush was detained on Monday for making a provocative speech against the project.
ZTE, which employs 80,000 people, said recently that its major operations had "ceased" after the ban, raising the possibility of its collapse.
The study published by Oxford University Press found the relationship between diabetes mellitus/Type 2 diabetes and pancreatic cancer