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ENGLAND FANS PRAISE NEW ZEALAND

The super over, ICC interpretation of laws, giving extra runs of a ricochet off Ben Stokes were all topics of discussion as nnis sports caught up with fans outside Lord’s after the match got over. While the fans were thrilled at England winning the cup after so long, they did feel New Zealand were at the receiving end of a raw deal.

Indigenous fight over hydroelectric dam in Honduras

The indigenous communities of Reitoca and Lepaterique had friendly relations until 2017, when they entered into conflict after the Promotora de Energia Limpia S.A. (PROGELSA), came to try to build a hydroelectric dam in the Rio Grande de Reitoca in Honduras. Some of the Lenca indigenous people from Reitoca are willing to give their lives for the river that runs between arid mountains in southern Honduras, while some of the community of Lepaterique say the work must continue for the jobs it generates.

Man gives Triple Talaq to wife over phone for reaching home 10 minutes late

Etah (Uttar Pradesh), Jan 30 (ANI): A man gave triple talaq to his wife for reaching 10 minutes late in Uttar Pradesh’s Etah. “My grandmother was sick so I got late to reach my husband’s home by 10 minutes. So because I was 10 minutes late my husband divorced me. He gave talaq over phone. He beat me up and kicked me out of his house. Earlier also he used to beat me regularly,” the victim said. She also accused her in-laws of beating her regularly and demanding dowry.   

Dangerous arctic chill sweeps over US Midwest

The polar vortex is here -- tens of millions of people in the United States brace for a deep arctic chill, which authorities say could be life-threatening. Sub-zero temperatures already blanketing parts of Canada are sweeping across the US Midwest and towards the East Coast.

Shami Becomes Fastest Indian To Bag 100 ODI Wickets

Indian Cricketer Mohammed Shami became the fastest Indian to claim 100 wickets in One-day Internationals. This was his 56th game in the 50-over format. Shami’s wicket number 100 was New Zealand’s opener Martin Guptill in the first One-day International of the five-match series on Wednesday. 

After 600 years, night watchman still keeps vigil over Lausanne

Every evening, the night watchman clambers to the top of the Lausanne cathedral bell tower and gets to work: he shouts out the time each hour, keeping a six-century-old tradition alive.

Apple's bombshell raises questions over tech giant's future

Apple's bombshell news -- a sharply weaker revenue outlook and lower iPhone sales -- raises questions over the future of the California giant, which until recently had been seen as the undisputed innovation leader in the tech sector.

Case Filed Against Anupam Kher Over The Accidental Prime Minister

A case has been filed against actor Anupam Kher and others associated with upcoming film The Accidental Prime Minister in Bihar court on Wednesday for damaging the image of some eminent personalities. 

Boat carrying over 300 migrants rescued off Libya reaches Spain

Humanitarian aid ship Open Arms arrives in Spain with more than 300 migrants rescued off Libya. Madrid authorised the vessel to sail to its waters after Italy and Malta refused to take in the migrants.

Albanian students protest over tuition costs

Thousands of Albanian university students take to Tirana's streets for their biggest show of strength yet in a protest movement demanding lower tuition fees and more investment in public education.

Ajay Bhushan Pandey takes over as Union Revenue Secretary

New Delhi, Nov 30 (ANI): Indian Administrative Officer (IAS) from Maharashtra cadre Ajay Bhushan Pandey took charge as the Union Revenue Secretary after superannuation of Hasmukh Adhia today.  Ajay Pandey will continue to head the Unique Identification Authority of India (UIDAI) as its CEO and serve as chairman of GSTN. “Increasing Tax-GDP ratio using technology and simplify rules and process is our prime motive”, said Revenue Secretary Ajay Bhushan Pandey while talking to ANI.