Air India sale: Centre begins process of inviting financial bids; deal likely to conclude by September
Last month, civil aviation minister Hardeep Singh Puri said there is no choice but to either "privatise or close" the airline which has a debt of 60,074 crore
Florenzi and Verratti were both part of the Italian squad on the recent international break.
Premier League: COVID-19 fall-out may prevent Manchester City replacing Sergio Aguero, says Pep Guardiola
"There is a big chance, with the situation in the world, the economic problems in world football, we are not going to sign any striker for next season," said Man City boss Pep Guardiola at Friday's press conference.
The coronavirus caseload has been on the rise in the country with more than 70,000 new infections reported in the country on Thursday.
COVID-19 vaccination at public and private centres to be available on all days of April, including gazetted holidays
The government opened the COVID-19 vaccination drive to include everyone above the age of 45 today based on a recommendation by the National Expert Group on Vaccine Administration
Assam Assembly Election 2021: Shaken by COVID-19 pandemic, small tea growers may stir brew in favour of BJP
India is only second to China in global tea production, of which Assam contributes the largest share with a Geographical Index tag unlike any other state in the country
Because of the likelihood of continued social distancing requirements, one of the defining sights of Wimbledon — the long line of people around the grounds of the All England Club — will be missing.
Olympics-bound wrestler Bajrang Punia becomes first high-profile Indian athlete to get COVID-19 vaccine shot
Wrestler Bajrang Punia, one of India’s brightest hopes to win a medal at the deferred Tokyo Olympics in July-August this year, has become the first high-profile Indian athlete to get the first dose of the COVID-19 vaccine
On Tuesday, Louisiana Governor John Bel Edwards encouraged anyone 16 years or older with medical conditions that put them at a higher risk of contracting coronavirus, including asthma, hypertension and being overweight, to get vaccinated.
Olympic Minister Tamayo Marukawa said on Friday that Japan had not been consulted by the IOC about the Chinese vaccines, and that Japanese athletes would not take them. She said the vaccines have not been approved for use in Japan.
On 11 March last year, Rudy Gobert became ‘patient zero’ for coronavirus in the NBA. His test shut down the league, and temporarily threw his team, Utah Jazz, in a tailspin. 365 days later, the Jazz — and Gobert — are thriving.
The city's COVID-19 case doubling time dropped from 417 days on 18 February to 225 days as of now, according to BMC
No players, coaches or game officials tested positive for COVID-19 while in Atlanta, the NBA said on Monday after the final tests were processed and results were returned to the league and the teams involved.
Bundesliga: Bayern Munich star Thomas Mueller moved to cellar of his house while suffering with COVID-19
Mueller said he felt ill after testing positive for the coronavirus in Qatar before the Club World Cup final on 11 February
The league's sports judge Gerardo Mastrandrea said in a statement on Thursday that the unplayed game remained 'sub judice,' without assigning a 3-0 win by default to Lazio.
Pavard could be an option for Saturday's Bundesliga match at home to Borussia Dortmund with Bayern two points clear at the top of the Bundesliga table.
Stadiums with more than 40,000 seats, including the home of Premier League leaders Manchester City, will be allowed up to 10,000 fans spaced out. Smaller major venues will be permitted a quarter capacity
Euro 2020, which was postponed for a year due to the COVID-19 pandemic, is still scheduled to take place in 12 cities across the continent from 11 June to 11 July.
Mardi Gras celebrations in New Orleans take a backseat, as COVID-19 restrictions shutter public spaces
Coronavirus-related restrictions in New Orleans included cancelled parades, closed bars and a near shutdown of rowdy Bourbon Street.
Spending on transfers during the January window fell from $1.16 billion in 2020 to $590 million in 2021, the lowest sum since 2014.