Hockey, sports world mourn Humboldt victims

April 7, 2018

1:02 PM ET The eyes of A crash between a transport truck and a bus carrying a junior hockey team in the province of Saskatchewan has left 14 people dead, according to the Royal Canadian Mounted Police. “I prepared to talk to you so I won’t get emotional. I grew up right there in Saskatoon, it’s just down the road,” Babcock told reporters Saturday morning. “My buddy’s kid played there….

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Shiv Sena Wins Mumbai Civic Bypoll, Tally In General Assembly Now 94

April 7, 2018

Mumbai: The Shiv Sena today won the bypoll to Ward 173 of the Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation (BMC) with its candidate, Ramdas Kamble, defeating the Congress’ Sunil Shetye by a margin of 845 votes. The election was held yesterday and was necessitated due to the death of Sena corporator Prahlad Thombare. The win has taken the tally of the Sena in the 227-member BMC general assembly to 94. In other bypoll…

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Man United dreading Man City title party

Apr 6, 2018 It’s Manchester United’s worst nightmare — Manchester City will be confirmed as champions if they win the derby on Saturday evening. Pep Guardiola’s men have swept all before them in the Premier League this season, with Jose Mourinho’s side well off the pace in second place. Scott Patterson (United) and Simon Curtis (City) discuss the showdown at the Etihad. 1. How would it feel if City won…

April 7, 2018
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Follow live: Manchester City seeks title vs. rival Manchester United

With Manchester City able to claim the title with a win over United, ESPN is covering the derby like never before. Follow it all #ManchesterDivided. Huddersfield Town drew against 10-men Brighton after Shane Duffy’s mistake gifted a goal for Steven Mounie. Man United’s Ashley Young appeared to handle the ball inside the area, but referee Martin Atkinson elected not to whistle for a penalty. Christian Eriksen was credited with a…

April 7, 2018
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Malaika Arora turns up in a plastic skirt and it’s more than we can handle; see pics

April 7, 2018

By Sukanya Nandy Written by Sukanya Nandy | New Delhi | Published: April 7, 2018 9:56:14 pm Malaika Aroa opts for a plastic dress by Lebanese designer Hass Idriss. (Designed by Rajan Sharma) During the end of 2017, experts had already predicted that plastic is going to be a big part of the fashion industry in 2018. Since then, we have seen many international designers showcasing plastic-made outfits and accessories….

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Ashwin v Gambhir in battle of revamped teams

3:00 AM ETBig picture So that R Ashwin, eh? Over the coming weeks, he’s likely to bowl legspin instead of offspin for Kings XI Punjab, have opening batsmen in the middle order, push the finishers up top, invent ice-cream that tastes sour, build a working time machine, and categorically prove apples are better than oranges. His tongue-in-cheek comments – which prompt other tongue-in-cheek comments – aside, one of Indian cricket’s…

April 7, 2018
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Bad Science of the Havana Embassy “Sonic Attack”

April 7, 2018

In late 2016, staff at the US embassy in Havana, Cuba, began to report hearing unusual sounds. Over the coming months, some staff were struck down by hearing loss and concussion-like symptoms. The strange sounds were interpreted as the cause, perhaps even reflecting a sonic weapon of an unknown nature. The story of the ‘Havana embassy attack‘ has been told in detail but, until recently, there were no scientific studies…

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Select IPL matches on Doordarshan after government request

April 7, 2018

7:22 AM ET Nagraj Gollapudi IPL rights holder Star India has allowed India’s free-to-air national television channel, Doordarshan, to broadcast select matches on a delayed feed, at the Indian government’s request. After an informal agreement was reached on Thursday, Doordarshan will telecast the 8pm match on Sundays during the league phase of the IPL, the four knockout matches and the final, as well as the tournament opener. The games will…

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Where Are Our Robot Butlers?

April 7, 2018

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Arnold appointed Lankan Premier League director

April 7, 2018

6:01 AM ET Andrew Fidel Fernando Russel Arnold, the former Sri Lanka batsman, and commentator, has been appointed tournament director for the Lankan Premier League, to be played in August and September. Having officially signed on several days ago, Arnold’s work begins in earnest in May. Although planning remains in the early stages, Sri Lanka Cricket is also attempting to lure second-string India players to the tournament, with SLC president…

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