Adele Set To Release New Album In September
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Adele Set To Release New Album In September

Typical artists announce the arrival of a new album through official channels. Whether it’s by making the announcement on social media, through their agent, through their record company,…

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Sania Mirza, Caroline Garcia sail into Dubai Open doubles pre-quarterfinals
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Sania Mirza, Caroline Garcia sail into Dubai Open doubles pre-quarterfinals

Sania Mirza returned to action at the Dubai Open after recovering from a calf injury. (File Photo) Indian tennis ace Sania Mirza and her partner Caroline Garcia registered…

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Limited DRS use was always planned for Ranji semis and not quarters: Saba Karim
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Limited DRS use was always planned for Ranji semis and not quarters: Saba Karim

BCCI’s general manager of cricket Saba Karim. (Source: Twitter/File Photo)  The limited use of Decision Review System was always planned for the Ranji Trophy semifinals and not from…

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Family selection race ends with Asian gold
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Family selection race ends with Asian gold

Sunil Kumar beat Azat Salidinov of Kyrgyzstan 5-0 in the 87kg Greco-Roman final to clinch gold at the Asian Wrestling Championships. (Express photo by Abhinav Saha) The story…

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Virus threat: Ritu Phogat bout in Singapore behind closed doors
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Virus threat: Ritu Phogat bout in Singapore behind closed doors

Ritu Phogat Wrestler-turned-fighter Ritu Phogat’s will compete in her second Mixed Martial Arts bout in front of an empty arena due to concerns about coronavirus outbreak. Phogat (1-0),…

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T20 league owners threaten boycott, want MCA’s partner out
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T20 league owners threaten boycott, want MCA’s partner out

The MCA, which had discussed the issue on February 18, will let its Apex Council take the final call on February 24. (Representational) The Mumbai Cricket Association will…

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First Maori woman at Big W looks back on a path-breaking career
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First Maori woman at Big W looks back on a path-breaking career

Ruia Morrison reached the quarterfinals of Wimbledon in 1957. Ruia Morrison remembers the silence, and the noise, in London when she became the first Maori woman to grace…

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‘Even if it’s League Two, I will still be here’: Pep Guardiola on Manchester City ban
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‘Even if it’s League Two, I will still be here’: Pep Guardiola on Manchester City ban

Pep Guardiola previously stated that he might get sacked if he fails to win the UEFA Champions League this season. (Source: Twitter) Pep Guardiola has come out and…

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Poonam Yadav’s three wickets help India edge out West Indies in World Cup warm-up
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Poonam Yadav’s three wickets help India edge out West Indies in World Cup warm-up

Poonam Yadav defended 11 runs in the final over (Source: BCCI Women/Twitter) Spinner Poonam Yadav claimed three wickets as India geared up for the ICC women’s T20 World…

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Won’t rule out playing 2023 World Cup: Ross Taylor
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Won’t rule out playing 2023 World Cup: Ross Taylor

Ross Taylor will be joining Stephen Fleming, Daniel Vettori, and Brendon McCullum in the New Zealand Test 100-club. (File Photo) Veteran New Zealand batsman Ross Taylor doesn’t rule…

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