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Pakistani sisters go back after 11 years in Indian jail


Pakistani nationals Fatima Bibi, her daughter Heena (11) and sister Mumtaz were languishing here Central Jail of Amritsar for the last eleven years. Chabba said, "It was very tough to settle the issue of Hina's nationality, since her mother was Pakistani who gave her birth in India". Chabba had approached Prime Minister office and the offices of Union Ministry of External Affairs and Home to make possible their repatriation. Lire la suite »

Georginio Wijnaldum doubtful for West Ham trip; Philippe Coutinho out


With several teams in and around the top half playing each other Liverpool can gain ground with a win at fragile West Ham, who know defeat will nearly certainly leave them in the relegation zone. As per the 30-year-old midfielder, West Ham are aware of the importance of getting a win at Liverpool's expense, citing the Crystal Palace clash as one of the reasons that makes motivation aplenty within the west London camp ahead of the clash. Lire la suite »

Les Jets gâchent les plans des Bills


Le quart Tyrod Taylor a toutefois été victime de sept sacs, alors que l'équipe a accumulé les erreurs et les revirements. Les Jets (4-5) ont donc mis fin à une séquence de trois revers de suite. Le quart-arrière des favoris de la foule Josh McCown a complété 14 de ses 20 tentatives de passe pour des gains de 140 verges et un majeur. Le secondeur Jordan Jenkins a signé un doublé aux dépens du meneur offensif des Bills. Lire la suite »

Robots could soon outperform and replace humans - Professor Stephen Hawking warns

In an interview with WIRED magazine, Hawking stated that he doesn't believe there's a difference between what a human brain and a computer can achieve, so it follows that at some point the machines can become better than us. 'Our earth is becoming too small for us, global population is increasing at an alarming rate and we are in danger of self-destructing, ' he said according to a report in the Metro. Lire la suite »

Retail sales disappoint again, staying flat in September

Australian retailers suffered another weak month of sales as consumers grapple with stagnant wages and soaring utility bills. Meanwhile, it was expected to rise by 0.4 percent. "It might be the case that this Christmas doesn't provide many gifts for retailers themselves, as households may not be as generous as they have been in previous Christmases", he said. Lire la suite »

Les Warriors sans pitié pour les Spurs


Les champions ont dû s'employer pour décrocher ce résultat face à une équipe toujours privés de Tony Parker, en phase de reprise après une grave blessure au genou, et de Kawhi Leonard (cuisse). Comme lors de la dernière finale de la conférence Ouest, les Warriors ont renversé la situation après avoir été menés. Les Trail Blazers pointent à la huitième place, ils affronteront Oklahoma City au prochain match. Lire la suite »

Ferrari threaten to QUIT the sport in three years' time


Ferrari is F1's most recognizable brand, having raced ever since the formation of the world championship in 1950, amassing a record 227 race wins, 16 constructors' championships and 15 drivers' titles over 68 seasons. Proposals for a new, cheaper and simpler engine were presented in Paris on Tuesday and there is another meeting of the sport's Strategy Group next Tuesday to discuss other changes. Lire la suite »

Discovery Communications, Inc. (NASDAQ:DISCA) Touching Most Active List Today

Share performance for the month is now at -11.01%. Arizona State Retirement System now owns 38,100 shares of the company's stock worth $984,000 after buying an additional 300 shares in the last quarter. (NASDAQ: DISCA ) for 175,890 shares. Barclays Capital downgraded it to "Equal-Weight" rating and $30 target in Friday, October 16 report. Teachers Advisors LLC grew its position in shares of Discovery Communications by 2.4% during the 1st quarter. Lire la suite »

WSU kicker Erik Powell named a Lou Groza Award semifinalist


The three finalists will be honored during a celebration in Palm Beach County, culminating with the 26 Annual Lou Groza Collegiate Place-Kicker Award Banquet, presented by the Orange Bowl, on Monday, December 4. The award is named for Lou Groza, who was an NFL Hall of Famer and played 21 seasons with the Cleveland Browns, helping them to four championships. Lire la suite »

Lonzo Ball held scoreless in loss to Trail Blazers


The Blazers started strong to lead by as much as 18, but the Lakers bounced back with an 18-10 spurt to end the second quarter and cut the deficit to four at the half, 66-62. Then in the third quarter, Ball was on the bench again as Kyle Kuzma led the backups in a back-and-forth frame that saw the Lakers tie the game and eventually take a lead. Lire la suite »

5 takeaways from the Bills loss to the Jets


PFF previews the top player matchups of the game. The Bills answered back with a strike from Tyrod Taylor to Zay Jones , the rookie receiver's first touchdown of the season. Finishing, establishing the running game and having a strong defensive effort were the major themes for the Jets going into their only prime-time contest of the season. Lire la suite »

Milan, Silvio Berlusconi: "Quando guardo le partite sto male"

Dopo il successo di pubblico, l'ammiraglia di Mediaset ha deciso di portare in prima serata il programma, rilasciando una nota ufficiale: "La rilevanza dell'ospite di puntata Silvio Berlusconi , al centro della più stretta attualità, rende più elevato l'appeal del programma sul pubblico televisivo rispetto al film originariamente previsto in palinsesto". Lire la suite »

Mattress Mack honors World Series bet after Astros victory


Well, it happened, and now there are plenty of people in Houston going to sleep very happily on those mattresses. [McIngvale] said he paid an insurance premium of between 10 and 20 percent of the total value of what he had to pay out. In past promotions, McIngvale has rolled the dice, but this time he chose to protect himself. So it appears everyone is walking away winners here. - Jim "Mattress Mack" McIngvale is putting his money where his mouth is! (The others already had tickets.) The ... Lire la suite »

Warriors Want Gregg Popovich, Not Donald Trump, To Win Election in 2020


They are also two of the most outspoken coaches when it comes to political and social issues. Kerr and Popovich have been vocal about their displeasure with President Donald Trump . Kerr played for Popovich during the NBA title runs of 1999 and 2003, and has a long relationship with the 68-year-old revered basketball voice. Lire la suite »

Michigan State's No. 2 preseason AP rank ties highest in school history


McSorley said letterman Lee Rubin reached out to him, Jason Cabinda , Saquon Barkley and Marcus Allen to say he couldn't be more proud of how the Nittany Lions represented the program. "We need to more consistently stop the run". Michigan State may have its ups and downs on offense, but the Spartans' defense is what will give them the best chance to hang around and perhaps score a big win in the end. Lire la suite »

76ers Want Asset For Jahlil Okafor


Okafor would be a one-year rental before hitting unrestricted free agency next summer, so other teams understandably might be reluctant to part with multiple picks. After all, Okafor earned first-team All-Rookie honors during the 2015-16 season when he posted 17.5 points and 7.5 rebounds. While Okafor may not be one of those modern bigs capable of splashing three-pointers home and swatting shots at the basket, he can still fill a role for a few teams in the league. Lire la suite »

2 players off basketball team after Tech self-reports violations


Georgia Tech stars Josh Okogie and Tadric Jackson have been suspended from the team indefinitely following the basketball program self-reporting several minor NCAA violations. Georgia Tech will be without two starters for a portion of its 2017-18 men's basketball schedule. Okogie was the team's leading scorer past year with 16.1 points per game in 37 games. Lire la suite »

Indian shuttler Kidambi Srikanth rises to No.2 in BWF rankings


In related news, HS Prannoy has moved up one spot to 11th in the men's singles rankings. Denmark's Viktor Axelsen claims the throne with 77,930 points but it was Kidambi who added a pause to his winnings as the Indian shuttler eliminated the No.1 player in the Denmark Open quarter-finals. Lire la suite »