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Claudio Ranieri backed to save Fulham from relegation by John Arne Riise

Claudio Ranieri has been backed by former Fulham full-back John Arne Riise to save the club from relegation, although he

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New Human Protein May Help Fight Ebola: Study 

Ability of human protein RBBP6 to interfere with Ebola virus replication suggests new ways to fight the infection.

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Alia Bhatt Responds to Being Termed a ‘Senior’ to Janhvi and Sara 

Alia Bhatt says she feels shy to talk about her relationship with her ‘Brahamastra’ co-star Ranbir Kapoor.

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Rajasthan an exception, Facebook popularity doesn’t ensure win

A Hindustan Times analysis of Facebook data shows that Rajasthan was the only state where the leaders of the party that won also captured the most engagement on the social media platform.

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Surrendered Maoists in Odisha cheer for India in world cup hockey

As a jam-packed stadium cheered for the Indian team, there were 30 former Maoists in the audience at Bhubaneswar’s Kalinga Stadium on Thursday evening watching the match flanking the chief minister.

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No new two-wheelers to be sold without helmets in Bihar from 2019

The state government on Friday issued letters to all district magistrates ( DMs ), superintendents of police (SPs) and district transport officers ( DTOs ) directing them to ensure the order making it mandatory for dealers to make available quality safety...

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Saints welcome suggestion of Sita statue, but want Ram temple first

“No one will oppose statue of Janaki Mata (Goddess Sita). It is a good suggestion. But we want the Ram Mandir issue to be resolved at the earliest,” said Mahant Kanahiya Das,

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Two govt employees held for accepting Rs 60K bribe in Jharkhand’s Giridih

The accused were identified as field officer Rakesh Kumar Pascal and accountant Rakesh Kumar. Pascal was arrested earlier too in a bribery case in 2016 when he was posted in Hazaribagh.

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India’s first uterus transplant baby goes home after two months

Meenakshi Valand, the recipient of a uterine transplant, was unable to conceive as she suffered from Asherman syndrome, a rare condition in which the uterus is damaged due to continuous curettage and other infections, affecting menstruation and preg...

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Mithun, Saifuddin picked for West Indies T20Is

Mossadek Hossain and Abu Jayed have been dropped form the Bangladesh squad, while Sabbir Rahman is still serving a suspension

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Superyacht in Malaysia scandal can be yours for $130 million

KUALA LUMPUR (Reuters) - Malaysia has set a $130 million pricetag for a superyacht seized from a fugitive financier wanted

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Fortis Healthcare plunges; report says Supreme Court puts sale on hold

(Reuters) - Shares of Fortis Healthcare Ltd posted its biggest intraday fall in over 8-1/2 months after a CNBC TV18

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Some see 'devil's work' as Ukrainian Church prepares to split with Russia

By Matthias Williams and Margaryta Chornokondratenko KOROSTEN, Ukraine (Reuters) - Ukrainian security service officers raided the Orthodox Christian cathedral in

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Emile Smith Rowe explains what Arsenal boss Unai Emery has been asking him to do in training

Emile Smith Rowe is among those at Arsenal to benefit from Unai Emery’s hands-on approach in training. Smith Rowe, 18,

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David Dimbleby last show: MPs and broadcasters pay tribute to 'the great' presenter after final Question Time

Broadcasters and MPs have hailed “the great” David Dimbleby after the political host bid farewell to BBC Question Time after

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Kapil Sharma, Ginni Chatrath’s latest pic from their Anand Karaj ceremony is here

Kapil Sharma tied the knot with Ginni Chatrath in a Hindu and an Anand Karaj ceremony in Jalandhar.

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Makdee actor Shweta Basu Prasad’s Bengali wedding with Rohit Mittal is all about tradition. See pics

Television actor Shweta Basu Prasad married her long-time beau Rohit Mittal in Pune on Thursday. The wedding took place in accordance with Bengali traditions.

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Hindustan Times Palate Fest 2018: 10 reasons why you should be at Palate Fest

If you think you can miss the HT Palate Fest 2018, which begins today, then think again for there are reasons aplenty that can change your mind, and route you towards #healthybinging.

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Arsenal's Koscielny finds his smile on return from injury

(Reuters) - Arsenal captain Laurent Koscielny said he finally had a smile back on his face after making a successful

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Guevarra refuses to grant Faeldon’s leave

Justice Secretary Menardo Guevarra on Friday has refused to have Bureau of Corrections (BuCor) Director General Nicanor Faeldon to go on leave after the latter’s son got arrested during an anti-illegal drugs operation in Naga City.

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Black cab rapist John Worboys ‘selling £250,000 north London flat to help fund parole bid’

Black cab rapist John Worboys is selling his £250,000 flat in north London in a bid to fund his parole,

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Axel Springer eyes incremental acquisitions in 2019 - CEO

BERLIN (Reuters) - German publisher Axel Springer will look to bolster its existing businesses with incremental acquisitions in 2019, CEO

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EU prolongs sanctions against Russia for another six months

The EU heads of state and government participating in a European Council meeting in Brussels have unanimously supported the extension of economic sanctions against Russia for a further six months, European Council President Donald Tusk has said.

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European passenger car sales fall 8.1 percent in November

FRANKFURT (Reuters) - Volkswagen , Renault and Fiat Chrysler led an 8.1 percent decline in European car sales in November,

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Poe respects church on Balangiga bells, hopes bells will ‘tour’ PH

Senator Grace Poe said she respects the Catholic Church's refusal to display one of the Balangiga bells in the National Museum in Manila to raise the awareness among Filipino youth about the bells and their significance in Philippine history.

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