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Champions League: Monaco shoot down Gunners - wwv.asianage.com
Arsenal are in danger of an embarrassing exit from the Champions League after Monaco romped to a stunning 3-1 win in the last 16 first leg at the Emirates Stadium on Wednesday. Arsene Wenger’s team were left shell-shocked as Geoffrey Kondogbia put the ...
Mumbai make amends - wwv.asianage.com
Karnataka set a target of 445 runs, visitors end Day Two at 61/0 Following their first innings debacle, Mumbai bounced back on the second day and were comfortably placed at 61/0 at close of play after Karnataka set them a huge 445-run target in the semi ...
Talks, not workshops - wwv.asianage.com
In the last few weeks I have found myself being invited to a variety of campuses. On its own this is not an unusual event. A theatre workshop is an almost annual fixture in most colleges. There aren’t many theatre professionals who haven’t done at ...
Xi Jinping’s ‘4 Comprehensives’ uphold tradition - Asian Age
With his latest political exhortation, President Xi Jinping is asserting his influence and advancing his agenda in a time-honoured tradition among Chinese leaders. Following in the footsteps of Mao Zedong Thought, Deng Xiaoping Theory and the “Three ...
Suresh Prabhu vows rail ‘rebirth’ in 4 years, hikes freight by 10 per cent - Asian Age
Staying off the beaten track of hiking passenger fares and annoucing a long list of new trains, railway minister Suresh Prabhakar Prabhu, in his maiden Rail Budget, has sought to put the Railways on the turnaround path with a substantial investment in ...
It’s the legacy a person leaves behind that matters: Mohan Bhagwat - archivev.asianage.com
RSS chief Mohan Bhagwat Thursday gave a reality check to politicians, especially those who had won elections multiple times. He said that circumstances determined victory or defeat in elections and the win might not necessarily be a referendum on the person.
Some signs of tension among ISIS militants - dc.asianage.com
As the Islamic State (ISIS) group tries to expand and take root across West Asia, it is struggling in Syria — part of its heartland — where it has stalled or even lost ground while fighting multiple enemies on several fronts. Signs of tension and power ...
5G mobile tests ‘achieve 1Tb speeds’ - wwv.asianage.com
UK researchers have achieved record-breaking speeds of one terabit per second during tests of 5G data connections. Researchers at the University of Surrey’s 5G Innovation Centre (5GIC) managed speeds of one terabit per second (Tbps) —thousands of times ...
Sangakkara, Dilshan tons flatten Bangladesh - Asian Age
Tillakaratne Dilshan smashed an unbeaten 161 off 146 balls and Kumar Sangakkara marked his 400th one-dayer with a century as Sri Lanka whipped butter-fingered Bangladesh by 92 runs in the World Cup on Thursday. Sri Lanka, who were dismissed for 233 by New ...
Isha Ambani and Radhika Piramal on Forbes Asia list - Asian Age
Isha Ambani and Radhika Piramal, the next generation of India Inc, have been named by Forbes magazine among its 12 “power businesswomen” from Asia, who are well on their way to forging stellar reputations in their industries. The 23-year-old Ambani ...
Government to send subsidy info on SMS - Asian Age
A day after the AAP government announced subsidies on power and water tariffs, the city administration plans to pass on subsidy details to each consumer through SMS. According to a senior government official, the administration was deliberating on ...
Immigration to UK rises in blow to PM Cameron - dc.asianage.com
British Prime Minister David Cameron’s Conservatives suffered a setback on Thursday, less than three months before a national election, after data showed they had missed their pledge to cut net annual migration to the tens of thousands by a huge margin.
Cliff Richard sex assault investigation expands - dc.asianage.com
The British police investigating allegations of historical sex crimes against Cliff Richard, one of Brit-ain’s best-known entertainers, has said its inq-uiry into the singer had “increased significantly in size”. Officers raided the home of Richard ...
Given the recent case of corporate espionage, it’s time to legalise lobbying - archivev.asianage.com
In a democratic set-up, each individual or a corporate or a group of individuals/corporates have a right to express their point of views. These views may or may not pertain to their business interests. And even if they pertain to their business interests ...
Taliban attack Nato convoy in Afghan - dc.asianage.com
A Taliban suicide attack targeting a Turkish diplomatic vehicle belonging to the Nato mission killed two people in Kabul Thursday, highlighting the fragile security situation as the Afghan government presses for talks with the militants. The blast came ...