GOA Vs KAR | Round 7 - Match 110 Nov 17, 2019
GOA 108/4 (13.5)
AND Vs SER | Round 7 - Match 119 Nov 17, 2019
SER 97/2 (12.0)
CHH Vs HYD | Round 7 - Match 123 Nov 17, 2019
CHH 61/2 (8.5)
HAR Vs MP | Round 7 - Match 126 Nov 17, 2019
HAR 0/0 (0.0)
KER Vs UP | Round 7 - Match 120 Nov 17, 2019
KER 119/8 (20.0)
JK Vs SAU | Round 7 - Match 121 Nov 17, 2019
SAU 149/7 (20.0)
NAG Vs ODS | Round 7 - Match 122 Nov 17, 2019
ODS 149/9 (20.0)
MIZ Vs MEG | Round 7 - Match 125 Nov 17, 2019
MEG 207/4 (20.0)
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Mar 12, 2015
Palestinian activist sentenced to 18 months for U.S. immigration fraudREUTERS - A Palestinian activist was sentenced to 18 months in prison on Thursday for immigration fraud for failing to tell U.S. authorities that she had been convicted and served time in Israel for a 1969 supermarket bombing that killed two people. Rasmieh Yousef Odeh was convicted last year in a Detroit federal court of unlawful procurement of naturalization.
Mar 11, 2015
Qatar says to begin rebuilding 1,000 homes in GazaGAZA (Reuters) - A Qatari official visiting a Gaza neighbourhood heavily bombed in last summer's war with Israel said on Tuesday the Gulf Arab state had begun a project to rebuild 1,000 homes as part of a $1 billion aid pledge. Mohammad al-Amadi, head of the Qatari Committee to Rebuild Gaza, said that earlier in the day Israel had allowed four truckloads of cement into the Gaza Strip so that the planned construction of the dwellings could begin.
Mar 11, 2015
Testing Beijing, Japan eyes growing role in South China Sea securityTOKYO (Reuters) - Seventy years after its imperial forces were kicked out of the South China Sea, Japan is quietly moving back into the region, forging security ties with the Philippines and Vietnam as both Southeast Asian nations try to cope with China's territorial ambitions. Tokyo's security cooperation is broad-based: It is supplying maritime patrol boats to the two countries while Japan will hold its first naval exercises with the Philippines in the coming months. Japanese military doctors are even advising Vietnamese submariners on how to deal with decompression sickness
Mar 10, 2015
Hardliner wins key post to influence choice of Iran's next leaderBEIRUT (Reuters) - A prominent hardliner was elected on Tuesday to head the influential body that will pick Iran's next Supreme Leader. The surprise choice of Ayatollah Mohammad Yazdi as head of the Assembly of Experts took place at a highly sensitive time, as Iran and six world powers face a March 31 deadline to reach the outline of an agreement over Tehran's disputed nuclear programme. Supreme Leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei, 75, underwent prostate surgery last year and rumours have recently resurfaced about his health, although he was shown on television last Sunday meeting a group of environmental activists.
Mar 10, 2015
Hillary Clinton to address email use after U.N. remarksNEW YORK (Reuters) - Likely Democratic presidential contender Hillary Clinton will hold a news conference on Tuesday to try to defuse a controversy over her use of private email for work while she was U.S. secretary of state. Clinton will hold a "brief" news conference after scheduled remarks at the United Nations in New York, slated to begin at 1:30 p.m
Mar 10, 2015
Dutch ministers resign over misleading parliament in blow to coalitionAMSTERDAM (Reuters) - The Dutch justice minister and his state secretary resigned on Monday after acknowledging they misled parliament about the facts surrounding a settlement with a drug kingpin in 2001. The resignations of the men, both members of Prime Minister Mark Rutte's Liberal party, weakens the Cabinet shortly before provincial elections on March 18 that have the potential to destabilize the ruling coalition.
Mar 10, 2015
Forty years after escaping war, 'boat people' find fortune back in VietnamHO CHI MINH CITY (Reuters) - As one of the Vietnam War's final battles raged four decades ago, Quynh Pham lay with her mother in a field covered in a stranger's blood. They survived only by pretending to be dead. They were among an exodus of over a million South Vietnamese who fled oppression and uncertainty before and after U.S
Mar 09, 2015
Chad soldiers killed as Boko Haram loses Nigerian townsNIAMEY/N'DJAMENA (Reuters) - About 10 Chadian soldiers died in fighting to take control of two towns in northern Nigeria from Boko Haram, the first gains against the militants in a joint offensive launched with Niger at the weekend, military sources said on Monday. About 30 Nigerien and Chadian soldiers were wounded in the clashes over Malam Fatouri and Damasak, a day after thousands of troops crossed the border to seize areas held by the Sunni Islamist group, whose insurgency has forced Nigeria to delay an election and neighbours to mobilise their armies.
Mar 08, 2015
Bombings in Nigeria's Maiduguri city kill at least 50MAIDUGURI, Nigeria (Reuters) - Bomb blasts killed at least 50 people in Maiduguri in Nigeria's northeast on Saturday in the worst attacks there since Islamist militants tried to seize the city in two major assaults earlier this year. There was no immediate claim for the bombings but they bore the hallmarks of the Islamist group Boko Haram, which has been waging a six-year insurgency to carve out an Islamic state in Africa's biggest economy
Mar 07, 2015
White House on lockdown after loud bang - pool reportWASHINGTON (Reuters) - The White House was put on lockdown on Saturday after a loud noise was heard on the South Lawn moments before President Barack Obama and his family were due to take off by helicopter, a White House pool report said on Saturday. It said the noise prompted Secret Service agents to move the press back into the briefing room, lock the doors and put the building on lockdown