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INDIA: SPORTS

SHOOTING: CHINKI YADAV EARNS INDIA’S 11 OLYMPIC QUOTA PLACE IN SHOOTING

Author: Harpal Singh Bedi - Published 08-11-2019 16:58 GMT-0000
New Delhi: Bhopal girl Chinki Yadav secured India’s 11thTokyo Olympics quota place in Shooting, after she finished sixth in the Women’s 25m Pistol in the 14thAsian Shooting Championship (ASC) at the Lusail Shooting Complex in Doha, Qatar.

VIRGINIA ELECTION RESULTS ARE A WARNING FOR TRUMP

PROGRESSIVES AMONG DEMOCRATS ARE MAJOR WINNERS
Author: Emile Schepers - Published 08-11-2019 10:48 GMT-0000
On Tuesday, November 5, there were many important victories for the Democratic Party, but none greater than in Virginia, where Democrats took control of both houses of the General Assembly (state legislature) for the first time in 26 years.
INDIA: SPORTS

SHOOTING: VIVAAN, ESHA WIN DOUBLE GOLD, INDIAN JR DOMINATE ASIAN CHAMPIONSHIP

Author: Harpal Singh Bedi - Published 07-11-2019 17:17 GMT-0000
New Delhi: Vivaan Kapoor, Esha Singh, Bhakti Bhaskar Khamkar fired their way to individual golds as Indian juniors extended their dominance on the 3rd day of the 14thAsian Shooting Championship (ASC) in Lusail, Qatar.

NEW ALIGNMENTS IN MIDDLE EAST ERODE U.S. ROLE

RUSSIA, CHINA, EU EMERGE AS IMPORTANT PLAYERS
Author: Conn Hallinan - Published 07-11-2019 12:19 GMT-0000
The fallout from the September attack on Saudi Arabia’s Aramco oil facilities is continuing to reverberate throughout the Middle East, sidelining old enmities—sometimes for new ones—and re-drawing traditional alliances. While Turkey’s recent invasion of northern Syria is grabbing the headlines, the bigger story may be that major regional players are contemplating some historic re-alignments.

NEW ZEALAND TIGHTENS VISA RULES FOR INDIANS

UNSKILLED WORKERS FACING SERIOUS PROBLEMS
Author: Arun Srivastava - Published 07-11-2019 12:16 GMT-0000
It appears that Indians are no more wanted in New Zealand. Else there is no genuine reason to fundamentally change the parameters of the visa issuing rules.
SPORTS

FOOTBALL: INDIA GOES DOWN TO UZBEKISTAN 0-2 IN AFC U19

Author: Special Correspondent - Published 06-11-2019 18:03 GMT-0000
AL KHOBAR (SAUDI ARABIA): India began their AFC U19 Championship 2020 qualification campaign with a 2-0 loss against Uzbekistan on Wednesday at the Prince Saud bin Jalawi Stadium in Al Khobar, Saudi Arabia.
SPORTS

FOOTBALL: STIMAC INCLUDES DHEERAJ IN HIS SQUAD FOR WORLD CUP QUALIFIERS

Author: Harpal Singh Bedi - Published 06-11-2019 16:47 GMT-0000
New Delhi: Head coach Igor Stimac on Wednesday included promising Dheeraj Moirangthem in the 26-member Indian squad which he named for the World Cup Qatar qualifier against Afghanistan and Oman slated to be played in Dushanbe (Tajikistan) and Muscat (Oman) on November 14 and 19, respectively.
IRAQ

PROTEST MOVEMENT REACHES NEW PEAK IN BAGHDAD

IRAQI COMMUNISTS CALL FOR A TRANSITIONAL GOVERNMENT
Author: Steve Sweeney - Published 06-11-2019 10:26 GMT-0000
Iraq’s Communist Party has called for a new type of government and for the momentum of the current uprising to continue until its demands are realized as roads were blocked in Baghdad on Sunday. A party statement branded the current system a “terrible failure at all levels” as mass anti-government protests over unemployment, corruption, and poor delivery of services continued. It claimed that the popular uprising had created “a new reality” with people not coming out on to the streets for “partial solutions and cosmetic reforms.”

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