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Ryan Reynolds, Rob McElhenney may buy out Welsh football club

26 Sep 2020

Ryan Reynolds, Rob McElhenney may buy out Welsh football club

Deadpool star Ryan Reynolds and Rob McElhenney of It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia fame have planned to venture into football.

FinCEN files: All you need to know about the leak

21 Sep 2020

FinCEN files: All you need to know about the leak

Several Indian banks helped facilitate transactions red-flagged by the United States Treasury Department's Financial Crimes Enforcement Network (FinCEN) for suspected money laundering, terrorism, drug dealing, and financial fraud, a major leak of top-secret documents has revealed.

Transfer news: Chelsea sign Kai Havertz from Bayer Leverkusen

05 Sep 2020

Transfer news: Chelsea sign Kai Havertz from Bayer Leverkusen

Premier League side Chelsea have signed attacking mid-fielder Kai Havertz from Bayer Leverkusen on a five-year contract.

Korea: 'Tenet' fares well, but coronavirus forces theaters to close

26 Aug 2020

Korea: 'Tenet' fares well, but coronavirus forces theaters to close

Christopher Nolan's highly-anticipated film Tenet has had a glorious first two days in South Korea.

Donald Trump or Joe Biden: Who is leading the polls?

06 Aug 2020

Donald Trump or Joe Biden: Who is leading the polls?

The upcoming United States Presidential elections are slated to be held on November 3, where Republican President Donald Trump will run against the Democratic nominee and former Vice President Joe Biden.

England appoint Trott as batting coach for Pakistan series

03 Aug 2020

England appoint Trott as batting coach for Pakistan series

Former England and Warwickshire batsman Jonathan Trott has been appointed England batting coach for the upcoming three-Test series against Pakistan.

Bob Willis Trophy: County cricket returns with new red-ball competition

31 Jul 2020

Bob Willis Trophy: County cricket returns with new red-ball competition

County cricket is set to commence on August 1, in a customized format.

NewsBytes Briefing: Russia accused of testing satellite-destroying technology, and more

24 Jul 2020

NewsBytes Briefing: Russia accused of testing satellite-destroying technology, and more

In a strange piece of news, Russia has been accused of testing "what would appear to be [an] actual in-orbit anti-satellite weaponry," BBC reported.

Championship leaders Leeds United earn Premier League promotion

18 Jul 2020

Championship leaders Leeds United earn Premier League promotion

Leeds United will feature in the Premier League next season after earning qualification.

In battle against coronavirus, Spain to cull nearly 100,000 mink

17 Jul 2020

In battle against coronavirus, Spain to cull nearly 100,000 mink

Spain, which was once among the top five countries affected by the novel coronavirus, obviously doesn't want an exponential rise in cases again. Hence, it has decided to cull nearly 100,000 mink, after a farm employee's wife tested coronavirus-positive in Aragon province.

Russian hackers tried stealing COVID-19 vaccine research: Details here

16 Jul 2020

Russian hackers tried stealing COVID-19 vaccine research: Details here

Security agencies in the UK, US, and Canada have warned that Russian hackers are targeting their COVID-19 vaccine research.

A look at Harry Kane's club career goals in numbers

16 Jul 2020

A look at Harry Kane's club career goals in numbers

Tottenham forward Harry Kane scripted a new milestone in his illustrious career so far.

Michael Vaughan targets Joe Denly for his inconsistency

12 Jul 2020

Michael Vaughan targets Joe Denly for his inconsistency

Former England captain Michael Vaughan did not mince words while targeting Joe Denly's poor from in Test cricket.

'A Suitable Boy' trailer: Tale of forbidden love and history

12 Jul 2020

'A Suitable Boy' trailer: Tale of forbidden love and history

The first trailer of Mira Nair-directed A Suitable Boy, starring Tabu and Ishaan Khatter, is now out.

Now, WHO says airborne coronavirus transmission is a possibility

08 Jul 2020

Now, WHO says airborne coronavirus transmission is a possibility

Ever since COVID-19 started spreading, the World Health Organization (WHO) has maintained that the disease primarily spreads through respiratory droplets.

Chinese city hit by 'Black Death' plague: All details here

06 Jul 2020

Chinese city hit by 'Black Death' plague: All details here

A Chinese city in Inner Mongolia sounded an alert for the bubonic plague on Sunday at a time when the world is already grappling with coronavirus, whose outbreak also originated in China. The plague-prevention measures will remain imposed throughout 2020.

Formula 1: No positive coronavirus tests ahead of Austrian GP

04 Jul 2020

Formula 1: No positive coronavirus tests ahead of Austrian GP

Formula 1 and the FIA have confirmed there have been no positive coronavirus cases from 4,032 tests over the past seven days.

Lin Dan announces retirement: A look at his major records

04 Jul 2020

Lin Dan announces retirement: A look at his major records

Badminton legend Lin Dan has retired from the game.

Bayern Munich agree £54.8m fee for Leroy Sane

01 Jul 2020

Bayern Munich agree £54.8m fee for Leroy Sane

Bundesliga champions Bayern Munich have agreed a fee of £54.8m with Manchester City for Leroy Sane.

New virus with 'pandemic potential' emerges in China

30 Jun 2020

New virus with 'pandemic potential' emerges in China

While the world is grappling with coronavirus, which originated in China, worrying details of a new virus have emerged.

After online petition, matrimonial website removes skin color filter

24 Jun 2020

After online petition, matrimonial website removes skin color filter

A matrimonial website has removed a skin color filter from its platform after facing criticism online.

Can Pogba and Fernandes help Manchester United earn top-four finish?

20 Jun 2020

Can Pogba and Fernandes help Manchester United earn top-four finish?

Manchester United returned to action with a 1-1 draw against Tottenham Hotspur in gameweek 30 of the Premier League 2019-20 season.

Leroy Sane to leave Manchester City after rejecting contract extension

20 Jun 2020

Leroy Sane to leave Manchester City after rejecting contract extension

Manchester City winger Leroy Sane is set to leave the club if a deal can be agreed with another club, confirmed manager Pep Guardiola.

Australia hit by 'sophisticated' cyber-attacks. Is China to be blamed?

19 Jun 2020

Australia hit by 'sophisticated' cyber-attacks. Is China to be blamed?

In a worrisome development, the Prime Minister of Australia, Scott Morrison, has revealed that all levels of the government as well as its private sector, including businesses providing essential services, are facing sophisticated state-sponsored cyber attacks.

Troy Deeney claims each football team has one gay player

15 Jun 2020

Troy Deeney claims each football team has one gay player

Watford captain Troy Deeney believes there is probably one gay or bisexual player in every football team.

Tottenham's Dele Alli banned for one match over COVID-19 post

12 Jun 2020

Tottenham's Dele Alli banned for one match over COVID-19 post

Tottenham Hotspur will miss the services of mid-fielder Dele Alli against Manchester United when Premier League 2019-20 season resumes next week.

Manchester City stand firm in their valuation of Leroy Sane

10 Jun 2020

Manchester City stand firm in their valuation of Leroy Sane

Premier League champions Manchester City have held talks with Bundesliga giants Bayern Munich over a transfer regarding winger Leroy Sane.

#HackAlert: Honda hit by cyber attack, global operations disrupted

09 Jun 2020

#HackAlert: Honda hit by cyber attack, global operations disrupted

Japanese auto giant Honda Motor Company has been hit by a major cyber attack.

Google faces $5 billion lawsuit for tracking 'private mode' browsing

03 Jun 2020

Google faces $5 billion lawsuit for tracking 'private mode' browsing

Google has been slapped with a class-action lawsuit seeking $5 billion.

As coronavirus cases spike, why is India easing lockdown restrictions

01 Jun 2020

As coronavirus cases spike, why is India easing lockdown restrictions

As the fourth phase of India's nationwide lockdown ended, the number coronavirus infections surged past 1.9 lakh.

Boris Johnson to face senior MPs amid Dominic Cummings row

27 May 2020

Boris Johnson to face senior MPs amid Dominic Cummings row

United Kingdom Prime Minister Boris Johnson is set to be questioned by senior MPs at the Commons Liaison Committee for the first time since becoming PM.

Darren Lehmann vouches for split coaching in cricket: Details here

27 May 2020

Darren Lehmann vouches for split coaching in cricket: Details here

Former Australia coach Darren Lehmann feels split-coaching is the way forward for Indian cricket and rest of the world.

IPL has helped English cricket grow, says Jos Buttler

23 May 2020

IPL has helped English cricket grow, says Jos Buttler

England's wicket-keeper batsman Jos Buttler feels the Indian Premier League (IPL) has helped English cricket grow over the years.

CAS to hear City's appeal against European ban in June

20 May 2020

CAS to hear City's appeal against European ban in June

Premier League champions Manchester City's appeal against a two-year ban from European club competition will begin on June 8 at the Court of Arbitration for Sport (CAS).

Why Ramanand Sagar did not allow BBC to run 'Ramayan'

18 May 2020

Why Ramanand Sagar did not allow BBC to run 'Ramayan'

Ramanand Sagar's epic television rendition of Ramayan captured the attention of crores of Indians when it made a comeback on TV, just like it did during its original telecast three decades ago.

Sebastian Vettel to leave Ferrari at end of season

12 May 2020

Sebastian Vettel to leave Ferrari at end of season

Sebastian Vettel will leave Formula 1 team Ferrari at the end of the year after contract talks between the two broke down with no agreement.

Ahead of Bundesliga restart, Dynamo Dresden's entire squad quarantined

10 May 2020

Ahead of Bundesliga restart, Dynamo Dresden's entire squad quarantined

Bundesliga 2 club Dynamo Dresden have put their entire squad and coaching staff into two-week isolation after two players tested positive for coronavirus.

Premier League: What happens to the players on loan?

09 May 2020

Premier League: What happens to the players on loan?

The coronavirus pandemic saw the Premier League 2019-20 season get disrupted in March.

Teams could use five substitutes when football season resumes

09 May 2020

Teams could use five substitutes when football season resumes

Football teams will be allowed to use five substitutes when the 2019-20 season resumes after a FIFA proposal to help with fixture congestion was approved.

How long does it take to recover from COVID-19?

07 May 2020

How long does it take to recover from COVID-19?

Since India recorded its first COVID-19 case in January, the coronavirus outbreak has proven itself to be quite the menace.