- August 16, 2017
Schanberg worked for the Times for 26 years and won a Pulitzer Prize in 1976 for reporting the fall of Cambodia to the Khmer Rouge, which inspired the Oscar-winning 1984 film “The Killing Fields.”
Murray’s win meant he avoided becoming the first man to lose in the final of the first three majors of the year in the professional era
Kerber warmly embraced Serena Williams once the emotional American rose to her feet – saying later she had been beaten by a “great champion”.
England are scheduled to reach Dhaka on September 30. During the month-long tour, England will play two Tests and three ODIs against the hosts
The Belgian has already sent a 32-man preliminary squad last week, ahead of the AFC Asian Cup 2019 qualifying play-offs against Bhutan in September-October
The death toll in Kashmir rose to 20 on Sunday as clashes between Indian troops and protesters continued despite a curfew imposed in the disputed Himalayan region to suppress anti-India anger following the killing of a popular insurgent commander. Anti-India protests have been reported from many places across Kashmir since Burhan Wani, chief of operations
January 2 Police arrested a Hizb-ul-Mujahideen (HM) militant, identified as Towheed Ahmad Mir, who was wanted by Police for killing of a former militant, Bashir Ahmad and his three year old son Burhan Ahmad in September 2015, from Sopore area in Baramulla District of Jammu and Kashmir. January 4 Protesters pelted stones on Security
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The New York billionaire repeatedly called for unity in his second Capitol Hill tour in three months, but he also threatened would-be party critics on a day that was designed to rally anxious Republicans behind him.
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The channel, run by the controversial Islamic televangelist, was banned in India on Saturday