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  • Trump: 'The next time we’re going to win the old fashioned way'
    President-elect has unloads praise for his cabinet picks at exclusive dinner.       
  • Difficult conditions hamper search for avalanche victims at Italian hotel
    Before the avalanche, many guests were preparing to leave the hotel because of recent earthquakes, but the road was blocked by snow.
  • Four Nations has Canberra Raiders keen to realise Rugby League World Cup dream
    Canberra Raiders duo have sights set on Rugby League World Cup at the end of the year.
  • Jacob's Ladder to remain open 24/7 despite noise complaints from residents
    Exercisers will continue to have unrestricted access to Jacob's Ladder after calls from nearby residents to close the stairs during certain hours due to disruption failed.
  • Nick Olive's Single Gaze wins trial at Canberra's Thoroughbred Park
    Canberra trainer declares his stable star is "on the way back" after comeback from horrific fall begins.
  • Japan To Conduct Simulated Drills For China-Taiwan Clash: Report
    Japan will carry out a tabletop exercise next week to simulate its response in the event of a military clash between China and Taiwan, Japanese media said. The Self-Defence Forces will conduct drills...
  • Ellis Genge recalled by Eddie Jones for England’s Six Nations squad
    • Leicester prop part of 34-man party having been dropped last year• Jones also selects three uncapped players for defence of titleEllis Genge has been recalled by Eddie Jones for England’s 34-man squad for their Six Nations title defence just weeks after being dropped by the head coach.The Leicester prop broke into the national set-up last year, made his debut as a replacement against Wales in May and was an ever-present on the fringes of the team for the remainder of 2016 – only to be dropped from the Elite Player Squad on 31 December. Continue reading...
  • Police Taser their own race relations adviser in Bristol
    IPCC to investigate incident in which man who worked to improve police links with black community mistaken for wanted manThe police watchdog has launched an investigation after officers Tasered a race relations champion who has worked to improve links between the force and the black community. Continue reading...
  • Uttar Pradesh Grand Alliance: Sticking points between Samajwadi Party, Congress over seat sharing
    Akhilesh's list has added to uncertainty over the fate of much talked about alliance between the ruling Samajwadi Party and Congress.
  • Premier League: 10 things to look out for this weekend
    Jesus is finally available for Manchester City, Klopp faces a choice between Origi and Sturridge and Costa may have to bide time for return to Chelsea starting XIAs Manchester United prepare to visit the Britannia Stadium, examining Stoke City’s record against the league’s best sides this season offers an indication of where Mark Hughes and José Mourinho should both be looking for improvement. Stoke’s record against the elite is awful: five of their six matches against the league’s top six sides have ended in heavy defeats. They have lost 3-1 at Arsenal, 4-2 at Chelsea and 4-1 at Liverpool, while they were thumped 4-1 and 4-0 at home by Manchester City and Tottenham Hotspur respectively. Good enough to take the lead against Arsenal and Liverpool, and also to equalise twice against Chelsea, Stoke ended up paying a high price for their leaky defending. Notable absentees from that list, however, are United, whose profligate finishing allowed Stoke to escape Old Trafford with a 1-1 draw in October. The lesson for Stoke is that they need to be wary of the dangers of going blow for blow with quality opponents, while United must become more ruthless if they are to qualify for the Champions League. JS Continue reading...
  • Budget After Elections? Supreme Court To Consider On Monday
    The Supreme Court will on Monday hear a request that asks for the government's annual budget to be postponed from February 1 to after elections are held in five states including Uttar Pradesh and...
  • 'Embrace change': Canada cautioned to keep cool for Trump: Rosemary Barton
    There are many questions for the Canada-U.S. relationship on the eve of Donald Trump's presidency, and most answers aren't yet clear. What seems certain, though, writes Power and Politics host Rosie Barton, is that Ottawa will have to do more than just point to shared borders, history and trade to get some of the country's needs met.
  • Six Nations 2017: England squad includes uncapped trio
    Defending champions England name three uncapped players in their Six Nations squad and also recall Maro Itoje and James Haskell after injury.
  • Promoting an international outlook
    [Sponsored Article] A key objective for the Hong Kong Polytechnic University (PolyU) is to offer students a global education, which allows them to experience different cultures, develop an informed outlook, and broaden their horizons so that they may make their mark in the world. This approach is embedded into various programmes’ curricula. It begins with first-year courses which are designed to encourage a more international mindset, as well as credit-bearing service learning...
  • Currency situation to normalise soon: RBI governor
    Reserve Bank of India (RBI) Governor Urjit Patel today said that the cash crisis following the recent demonetisation in the country will normalise "soon", ANI reported.
  • Why China’s fears over capital flight and corruption may have dictated new football rules
    Chinese football’s shock restriction on foreign players and other new rules may be linked to the central government’s deep fears over capital flight and corruption – and suggest the state still dictates Chinese Football Association policy. England has been quite put out in the last two winter transfer windows, as the Chinese Super League overtook it as the world’s most revoltingly spendthrift football country. The CFA’s announcement that the number of foreigners...
  • 'He drove right through them': Witnesses describe Melbourne CBD 'horror'
    Witnesses say there was "no hesitation" as a car drove into pedestrians in Melbourne's CBD, sending "people flying like Skittles" and running for their lives in what police believe was a deliberate act.
  • ISIS Destroys Part Of Roman Amphitheater In Palmyra
    Syria's state run news agency says the ISIS group has destroyed parts of the Roman amphitheater in Syria's historic town of Palmyra.
  • Bombay High Court says it is not happy with CBI probe in rationalists Dabholkar, Pansare murder cases
    The court made the remarks after the CBI filed its ballistic report from a government forensic lab in Ahmedabad in a sealed cover.
  • Jallikattu will happen, says Tamil Nadu CM as protests continue 

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