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Arun Jaitly bats for Brics arbitration mechanism to resolve trading disputes between member nations

Aug 27, 2016

Arun Jaitly bats for Brics arbitration mechanism to resolve trading disputes between member nations

Arun Jaitley on Saturday made out a strong case for Brics nations developing their own arbitration mechanism. #India #China #Brazil #Russia #BRICs #TheySaidIt #Arun Jaitley #South Africa
Kenya's three top Olympics officials arrested on allegations of corruption

Aug 27, 2016

Kenya's three top Olympics officials arrested on allegations of corruption

Three top Kenyan Olympics officials have been arrested as investigators probe allegations of mismanagement and corruption at the Rio Games, police sources said. #Brazil #Olympics #Kenya #SportsTracker #WADA #NOCK #Julius Yego #Hassan Wario #Kenyan Olympic committee
OP Jaisha's probe delayed as the athlete recovers from swine flu

Aug 26, 2016

OP Jaisha's probe delayed as the athlete recovers from swine flu

The probe into allegations of official apathy levelled by Olympian marathon runner OP Jaisha has been delayed as the athlete is recovering from Swine Flu and will need at least a week's rest. #Brazil #Olympics #SportsTracker #Vijay Goel #AFI #Sudha Singh #OP Jaisha #Onkar Kedia #Vivek Narayan
Now, swimmer Ryan Lochte charged over false robbery claim by Brazil authorities

Aug 26, 2016

Now, swimmer Ryan Lochte charged over false robbery claim by Brazil authorities

The Brazilian authorities have charged US swimming star Ryan Lochte with making a false statement about being robbed at gunpoint during the Olympics #Brazil #Olympics #USA #Ralph Lauren #Ryan Lochte #Rio 2016 #Olympics 2016 #When in Rio #Jack Conger #Gunnar Bentz #Jimmy Feigen #Speedo
Zika virus may linger in blood of infected babies for months: study

Aug 25, 2016

Zika virus may linger in blood of infected babies for months: study

Zika may linger in the blood of an infected baby for more than two months, suggests a new study from Brazil that raises concerns about the potential of the virus to damage an infant's brain even after birth. #Brazil #NewsTracker #São Paulo #World Health Organisation #Zika