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INDIA: SPORTS

WONG WING, BEIWEN ZHANG GUIDE AWADHE WARRIORS TO THEIR MAIDEN WIN AT HOME AT PBL

Author: Special Correspondent - Published 17:55 GMT-0000
Lucknow: Former World No. 10 Wong Wing Ki Vincent continued his winning streak to beat 2014 Commonwealth Games champion Parupalli Kashyap while Beiwen Zhang dazzled as the Awadhe Warriors beat the Mumbai Rockets in the last tie here in Lucknow at Star Sports Premier Badminton League held at the Babu Banarasi Das Badminton Academy today.
INDIA: SPORTS

TT: TELANGANA, DELHI MEN GET DECENT DRAW, GUJARAT WOMEN CRASH OUT

Author: Special Correspondent - Published 17:41 GMT-0000
Hyderabad: Third-seeded Delhi men could not have asked for a better first-round draw in the second stage of the UTT 81st National Table Tennis Championships, being held at the Saroonagar Indoor Stadium here today.
INDIA: SPORTS

WOMEN FOOTBALL: GOKULAM KERALA RUN RIOT AGAINST KENKRE

Author: Special Correspondent - Published 17:38 GMT-0000
Bengaluru: Gokulam Kerala FC ran rout in their Hero Indian Women’s League fixture against Kenkre FC, registering a gargantuan 10-1 victory at the Bangalore Football Stadium on Tuesday, January 28.
INDIA: SPORTS

HYDERABAD HUNTERS LOOK TO CHALLENGE TABLE-TOPPERS CHENNAI SUPERSTARZ AS PBL HEADS TO HYDERABAD

Author: Special Correspondent - Published 17:34 GMT-0000
Lucknow: After four days of thrilling action, the Star Sports Premier Badminton League 2020 caravan now moves to the final leg in Hyderabad where the G. M. C. Balayogi SATS Indoor Stadium will be hosting the matches from January 29 to February 9.
INDIA: SPORTS

FOOTBALL ISL: ODISHA OUT TO CONSOLIDATE TOP-FOUR SPOT AGAINST GOA

Author: Special Correspondent - Published 17:30 GMT-0000
Bhubaneshwar: Odisha will look to maintain their 100 per cent record at the Kalinga Stadium when they play hosts to Goa on Wednesday evening in Bhubaneswar.
UNITED STATES

BOLTON’S BOMBSHELL EXPLODES MAIN TRUMP DEFENSE ARGUMENT

SENATE HEARING ON IMPEACHMENT CANNOT IGNORE UKRAINE PLOT
Author: John Wojcik - Published 10:52 GMT-0000
A bombshell news report that has emerged is game over for President Trump – at least as far as facts are concerned. What Republican senators trying him now for high crimes and misdemeanors do about it, however, is an entirely different matter.
INDIA

NOW IT’S TIME FOR THE PUBLIC TO RECLAIM THE REPUBLIC

BATTLE IS BETWEEN CONSTITUTIONALISM AND FASCISM
Author: Nachiketa Desai - Published 10:47 GMT-0000
SEVENTY years after the people of India gave themselves a sovereign, socialist, secular and democratic republic, the youth from university campuses and women in towns across the country are up in arms to reclaim the republic from a fascist regime out to impose a Hindu nation.
INDIA

MODI-SHAH’S POLICIES HAVE SHATTERED INDIA’S IMAGE ABROAD

EUROPEAN PARLIAMENT’S CAA CRITICISM IS A SIGN OF THE TIMES
Author: Arun Srivastava - Published 10:44 GMT-0000
The Minister of External Affairs, Jaishankar has tried to display his loyalty to his boss Narendra Modi by conveying his dislike to the European Union’s move to debate six resolutions in its parliament on January 29 and 30. In his perception, EU cannot do it as it amounts to interfering into the internal affairs of an elected government. In his pursuit, he has used all diplomatic mechanism available to him to convince the EU leaders to drop the move.
INDIA

MODI GOVERNMENT’S WORST WEEK IN CREDIBILITY

SLEW OF NEGATIVE REPORTS HEIGHTENS IMPACT
Author: K Raveendran - Published 10:41 GMT-0000
The Modi government would be completing 300 weeks in office next month. But its 296th week that has just been completed will be considered probably its worst, which saw a slew of adverse reports squeezed into the seven days, making it an unmitigated public relations disaster.
INDIA

WILL UNION BUDGET 2020 HELP REBOOT THE SLIDING ECONOMY?

LOW GDP, CAA-NRC, KASHMIR TO DOMINATE BUDGET SESSION
Author: Kalyani Shankar - Published 10:37 GMT-0000
All eyes will be on the annual general budget for the year 2020, which will be presented this week. The budget session is all set to begin with the customary President’s address to the joint session of Parliament on January 31. The session is important because this is when the Parliament scrutinizes the budget proposals of the government and votes for the budget. There will be two phases of the budget sessionwith the first phase scheduled from January 31 to February 11, while the second from March 2 to April 3.There will not be a separate railway budget from this year, as they will become part of the general budget.