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India’s school textbook content needs a rethink

There is a strong need to create processes and capacities to develop curriculum material in local languages.

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India must make this costly for Islamabad

Prime Minister Narendra Modi has made it clear that post-Pulwama, there will be a price to pay. India has to, therefore, devise a response which changes this calculus in Pakistan.

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Like humans, animals too have a right to migrate

A tiger was sighted in Gujarat earlier this week after 27 years. Its surprise appearance has raised a few questions.

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Big Bash team of the tournament

Who makes the ESPNcricinfo XI for the Big Bash?

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Giving hopes to cash-strapped Pak, Saudi crown prince begins his tour

New Delhi/Islamabad, Feb 18 (UNI) Amid vow by India to punish Pakistan for Pulwama terror attack and continuous efforts to isolate it, Saudi Arabia’s Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman on Sunday began his tour of South Asia and China with a high-profile visit to Islamabad.

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In poll year, RSS affiliates tone down rhetoric on Pulwama attack

In contrast with the aggressive reaction to the Pathankot attack, the response of the Sangh Parivar to the Pulwama car bombing has been muted. The VHP and RSS have toned down calls for retribution and statements issued by key functionaries convey their...

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Erich Gonzales reunites with Mario Maurer

Erich Gonzales was recently reunited with former onscreen partner Thai superstar Mario Maurer.

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Justin Verlander Claps Back at Rob Manfred on Twitter for Dumb Payroll Comment

So let's check the score. Justin Verlander: 1, Rob Manfred: 0. On Sunday, Houston Astros veteran pitcher Justin Verlander expressed his discontent over some of the MLB rules with commissioner Rob Manfred over twitter.​ Agreed... finally we’re on the same page! Awesome! Removal of the luxury tax it is. https://t.co/Omy0SaXZ1z — Justin Verlander (@JustinVerlander) February 18, 2019 The rule Verlander is referring to is the "competitive balance tax", better known by baseball fans as the luxury...

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Danielle Barreto confirms engagement to Zavi Panlilio

A few days after Valentine's day, blogger Danielle Barretto got engaged to her boyfriend Xavi Panlilio with the former uploading photos the romantic proposal on her Instagram account.

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Dreamcatcher’s Manila concert on March 24

K-pop girl group Dreamcatcher will hold a concert in Manila as part of their Southeast Asia tour.

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Opinion | Why you should insure yourself against cancer

The quality of insurance plans that cover cancer is uniformly good in IndiaA study by EY suggests that in 75% of homes in India, the treatment cost of cancer is more than the annual income

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No-claim bonus in motor insurance is not insurer specific, can be easily ported

In a standard health insurance policy, physiotherapy is covered as a post-hospitalisation expense. Most insurers allow up to 60 days of post-hospitalisation expenses.  If a child starts earning, she no longer qualifies for coverage within family floater

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VIDEO: AAF QB Philip Nelson Completes Weirdest Pass We've Literally Ever Seen

​Welcome to the AAF, where you're equally likely to see some of the more amazing, creative and​ brutal plays on a weekly basis. Sunday's San Diego Fleet-Atlanta Legends primetime game provided just that. Fleet quarterback Philip Nelson faced serious pressure from Atlanta's pass rush. In fact, he was sandwiched between three defenders. Instead of taking the sack, Nelson threw a backward pass over his head...and it was completed to former Dallas Cowboys tight end Gavin Escobar. No joke, just...

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Polish PM cancels trip to Israel in wake of comments on Poles in Holocaust

WARSAW (Reuters) - Poland's prime minister has cancelled a trip to Israel in the wake of reported remarks made by

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U.S. cannot back Syrian forces who align with Assad - U.S. commander

By Phil Stewart BAGHDAD (Reuters) - The United States will have to sever its military assistance to the Kurdish-led Syrian

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FA Cup: Wolves, Palace and Swansea through

Ivan Cavaleiro's first-half strike, drilled beyond keeper Frank Fielding after neat build-up play from Conor Coady and Matt Doherty, seals win.

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Serie C crisis club field seven players, lose 20-0

Serie C crisis club Pro Piacenza were beaten 20-0 at Cuneo on Sunday after being able to start with only seven players.

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Inter Milan edge Sampdoria as Icardi watches

Inter Milan ended a turbulent week by beating Sampdoria 2-1 as top scorer Mauro Icardi, who was stripped of the captaincy, watched from the stands.

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Mbappe's strike leads PSG past Saint-Etienne

Kylian Mbappe's second-half strike earned Paris Saint-Germain a 1-0 win at Saint-Etienne in Ligue 1 action on Sunday.

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Sarri must get time to thrive at Chelsea - Zola

Three defeats in their last four Premier League games -- culminating in last weekend's 6-0 humiliation at City -- have put Sarri under pressure.

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Goal can lift Man Utd's Sanchez's spirits - Ole

Sanchez has managed just five goals in more than a year and found himself on the fringes of the team since Solskjaer was appointed.

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No tolerance for foulness, but think about the stump mics

Before hailing stump mics as the cure to a persistent, but minor irritant, cricket must pause to consider these side effects

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Australia says ‘state actor’ hacked parties, parliament

Australia on Monday said a "sophisticated state actor" had hacked the country's main political parties and parliament, just weeks before a closely fought election.

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Spanish victims of sex abuse priests speak out

A trickle of accusations of sexual abuse against priests in schools and seminaries is starting to erode the wall of

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Sanchez's Man United form will improve with a goal: Solskjaer

(Reuters) - Manchester United forward Alexis Sanchez is one goal away from regaining his confidence and opening the floodgates, reckons

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