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He worked hard, basically harder than before: How planning his own sessions helped Rahane for the challenge Down Under – cricket

Ajinkya Rahane has shown his mettle during the ongoing Test series against Australia. The Mumbai batsman has proved why he is so highly rated in cricket circles as he smashed a century on a difficult Melbourne pitch. The hundred was extremely important as India needed someone to stay at the crease and anchor the Indian innings. Rahane led from the ...

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Roger Federer to miss Australian Open; planning 2021 return – tennis

Roger Federer is withdrawing from the Australian Open while he continues preparing to return to action after two operations on his right knee and a tour absence that will have lasted longer than a year, his agent told The Associated Press. Tony Godsick — Federer’s long-time representative and CEO of their management company, TEAM8 — said Sunday he is working ...

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India planning surgical strike against us, seeking approval from partners: Pak foreign minister SM Qureshi – world news

Pakistan’s foreign minister Shah Mahmood Qureshi has claimed that India was planning a surgical strike on its neighbouring country to divert attention from issues it had been facing at home. In a press conference in Abu Dhabi on Friday, Qureshi said Islamabad had “credible information” that New Delhi was planning such a move. Qureshi told the media that New Delhi ...

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White House planning holiday parties despite warnings against gatherings during Covid-19 pandemic – world news

All those warnings from public health officials begging Americans to limit gatherings this holiday season amid a surge in coronavirus cases aren’t stopping the White House from planning a host of festivities and holiday parties in the midst of a pandemic. Monday’s delivery of an 18-and-a-half-foot tall Fraser fir by horse-drawn carriage signalled the kickoff of the usual array of ...

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Planning for a post-Covid world – editorials

The Group of Twenty (G20) ended its annual summit without deliverables, but with a sense that global leaders have begun shifting their gaze to a post-Covid-19 world. The G20 has been largely missing in action through much of the pandemic. The inability to have physical interactions inhibited genuine diplomatic outreach. More dama-ging was the every-government-for-itself scramble that followed the outbreak, ...

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White House planning for second Trump term despite defeat: Official – world news

The White House is planning for President Donald Trump to serve a second term despite his reelection loss, a top official said Friday. “We are moving forward here at the White House under the assumption that there will be a second Trump term,” the outgoing president’s trade advisor Peter Navarro said on Fox Business Network. Trump has yet to concede ...

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Russia isn’t planning any contacts with Biden yet, says official – world news

A senior Russian diplomat said that his country hasn’t made contact yet with President-elect Joe Biden’s team and doesn’t plan to, reinforcing the Kremlin’s unenthusiastic approach to the new American leader. Deputy Foreign Ministry Sergei Ryabkov said Moscow was put off by the experience in 2016, when the Russian ambassador to the US came under a storm of criticism for ...

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UP government planning law to ‘regulate’ interfaith marriages, says Yogi Adityanath – india news

Uttar Pradesh chief minister Yogi Adityanath said on Saturday that his government is planning to introduce a law to regulate interfaith marriages involving Muslim men and Hindu women, citing a high court order to promise that his administration would secure and protect women in the state. Adityanath also pledged that public land encroached upon by criminals and mafia would be ...

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‘So much work to do’: How Joe Biden is planning for transition – world news

If Joe Biden defeats President Donald Trump next month, he’ll quickly face a new challenge: standing up a new administration to lead a divided nation through a series of historic crises. After making Trump’s handling of the coronavirus pandemic a centerpiece of his campaign, Biden will have to show that his team can better handle the public health calamity. He ...

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10th al-Qaeda operative, part of group planning to trigger attacks in India, arrested – india news

A week after nine al-Qaeda operatives were arrested by the National Investigation Agency (NIA) for allegedly planning to carry out major terror strikes, another arrest was made from West Bengal on Saturday. One Samim Ansari was arrested by the NIA in association with Special Task Force (STF), West Bengal. On September 19, nine operatives — three from Kerala and six ...

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