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We are here to make history – Mexico coach Arteaga

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Kolkata, Oct. 5 (IANS): Two-time champions Mexico are not willing to rest on their past laurels and are ready to make history when they get their campaign underway against Iraq in the FIFA Under-17 World Cup at the Salt Lake Stadium here on Sunday, their coach Mario Arteaga said. Mexico are the only team in […]

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Pique in the spotlight as Spain look to clinch World Cup berth

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Madrid, Oct. 5 (IANS): Spain chief coach Julen Lopetegui will have to make changes in his side as they prepare for a game which will seal their ticket to the 2018 football World Cup in Russia should they win. Spain play Albania in Alicante on Friday night and with a three point lead over Italy, […]

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U-17 World Cup: Indian football’s moment of reckoning is here

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New Delhi, Oct. 5 (PTI): Propelled from the rear end to the centrestage by virtue of being hosts, “sleeping giants” India would be eyeing a football revolution with the FIFA under-17 World Cup — a tournament which promises to deliver the stars of tomorrow. Delhi and Mumbai will play host to tomorrow’s four opening day […]

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Students urged to spread awareness in conserving wildlife

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Dimapur, Oct. 5 (EMN): DFO Kiphire Rajesh Kumar, IFS while elaborating on the theme of Wildlife Week 2017, “Listen to the young voices,” called for support of the younger generation particularly the students in spreading the awareness on wildlife conservation. Addressing the Wildlife Week programme at Likhimro Bridge, near Thanamir village under Pungro sub-division on […]

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NPF Noklak dismayed over press statement

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Dimapur, Oct. 5 (EMN): The 56th A/C Noklak NPF office bearers have expressed shock and dismay by press statements issued by “some self proclaim party leaders” claiming to have withdrawn their support from NPF President Dr. Shurhozelie Leizietsu and MLA 56th A/C Noklak P Longon. In a press release issued by 56th A/C Noklak president, […]

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SASRD organises training on vegetable nursery management

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Dimapur, Oct. 5 (EMN): AICRP (VC), Nagaland Centre, SASRD, NU under TSP (Tribal Sub Plan) conducted a farmer’s training on “Nursery management of vegetable crops” at Hekheshe village. The training programme was graced by In-charge ICAR-AICRP (VC), SASRD, NU Dr. SP Kanaujia. The training was organised to highlight the farmers on the importance of nursery […]

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Oman: Hospitality, Heritage and Beauty Leave an Impact

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By Sandeep Sharma | IANS As a strict vegetarian, having preconceived notions about my maiden international visit to the Gulf, and that too to Oman, wasn’t unusual. But they fell flat as the hospitality, culture, architectural grandeur, picturesque landscape, exotic beaches, flora and fauna of the country had the sceptical traveller in me yearning for more. […]

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Six Things to Keep in Mind While Buying Fresh Meat

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By Bhuvana K.S. | IANS Meat is a rich source of proteins. Apart from proteins, it also contains an abundant amount of Vitamin B-complex (Vitamin B1 to B12), Vitamin C, iron, calcium, phosphorous and Omega 3 fatty acids that are required to maintain the nutrition balance in our body. It is important, however, to pick the […]

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An Artist of the Disconnected World: Kazuo Ishiguro and His Works

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By Vikas Datta | IANS A living example that literary art has no national landscapes or limitations, Japanese-born British writer Kazuo Ishiguro, the 2017 Nobel Literature laureate, is possibly its first recipient whose range of evocative works is not in his mother tongue and deals with situations and settings from far beyond his old and new […]

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Mirror in Words

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There is laughter only of pride and money People talk about change only to benefit themselves Never fail to update their phone applications; Always fails to update their mentality Finding the best time to blame one another; Never realising they are the cause of it! When a wise man speaks, everyone nod their heads with […]

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