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- October 19, 2017
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Mahasweta Devi has been undergoing treatment at a private hospital in Kolkata, India for over a month.
Terry, 35, signed a new 1-year contract at Stamford Bridge to end speculation that he was going to leave the London club after more than 700 appearances
The 2009 terrorist attack has forced Pakistan to play their ‘home’ ties at UAE and the country has since remained starved of international cricket at home
Police are going through CCTV camera footage to piece together movement of these cars before the attack
Valencia have paid Fenerbahce Nani’s 8.5 million euro buyout clause and he has moved to Spain just 12 months after leaving Manchester United
Carberry played for England at test, one-day and Twenty20 with his last appearance in a one-day series against Sri Lanka in May 2014
The top four male golfers in the world – Day, Johnson, Spieth and McIlroy – have pulled out and ICC Chief Executive Dave Richardson fears a ripple effect
FIFA ethics committee said in June, after Die Welt reported that Infantino was facing a provisional ban, that there were no formal proceedings ongoing
For the first time, a female Bangladeshi army officer, Major Sanjida Hossain, is going to attend the United States Army’s Command and General Staff College course.
Jubair is determined to cash in this time around, provided he gets the opportunity to strut his stuff against the visiting English side
The militant group has recanted on claims about five attacks.
Monopoly is extremely fun, isn’t it?
Follow the steps:
Independiente, who have only been in Ecuador’s top flight since 2010, have reached the final in their first season in the Libertadores
Here is the procedure:
Traders dump garbage on the potholed road which everyone avoids unless it is an emergency
Bored of your plain old mug or water bottle? Not anymore!
Once upon a time, there lived a pretty girl named Ella. She was a princess with a kind and brave heart. She had four more sisters. She was the youngest.
Chotto Khokon is a children’s pop-up book about the liberation war of 1971.