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Kelechi Iheanacho to join Leicester City


Spurs are believed to be in talks with Pep Guardiola's men over the sale of the England global, with the defender said to covet a move to the Etihad Stadium. 20-year-old Iheanacho, is it thought, could be used as a bargaining chip, with the 20-year-old going to last season's runners-up in a player-plus-cash deal. Read More »

Bad news day for Ravi Shastri?


Kumble, a former India captain, chose to step down from the post of India's head coach following the conclusion of last month's ICC Champions Trophy 2017 in England, citing a breakdown in his relationship with captain Virat Kohli . "Virat needs to understand how the coaches also operate". Sources confirmed to India Today that the coach should be confirmed by this evening. "When you speak to Virat Kohli , he is aware". Read More »

6 men thrashed by 'gau rakshaks' for allegedly carrying buffaloes in Delhi


The calves were released later on. Truck driver Ali Jaan has received serious injuries while his colleagues were discharged from the hospital after first aid. One arrested in Ballabhgarh lynching case In a major breakthrough, Haryana's railway police on Saturday arrested the main accused in Ballabhgarh lynching case from Maharashtra's Dhule area. Read More »

Wayne Rooney excited by the challenge he faces on return to Everton


The ambition he showed was enough to convince me. "We hit a level, and now we're going places", said Michael Graham, a 52-year-old Everton supporter who was outside the stadium waiting for a glimpse of Rooney . "We want to be successful and we know the right man to lead us to it". At United Roonehy won the Champions League, five Premier League titles and the FA Cup and was Footballer of the Year in 2010. Read More »

Yankees' Aaron Judge explains his formula to winning Home Run Derby


The 2017 MLB All-Star Home Run Derby takes place Monday, July 10, at Marlins Park in Miami . - Aaron Judge hit the glass behind left field that supports the retractable roof at Marlins Park . Stanton over Sanchez , Moustakas over Sano, Judge over Bour, Blackmon over Bellinger. Elsewhere • Astros manager A.J. Hinch said former AL Cy Young victor Dallas Keuchel probably will make one or two minor-league rehab starts after the All-Star break before being activated. Read More »

Inter add €40m Chelsea star to summer shopping list


Although the Blues failed with a bid of £37m earlier in the month it was expected they would come back with a bigger offer but apparently United are "confident" they have won the auction. Morata, 24, failed to play regularly for Zinedine Zidane's side last season (although he did score 20 goals in 43 appearances, most from the bench) but with the reigning two-time European champions asking for a transfer fee of $95 million, United made a decision to buy Lukaku instead. Read More »

US Senate Obstructs 32 Key Trump Administration Nominees - White House


In February, Trump himself defended his slow pace at filling appointments, when he told Fox News, "I don't want to appoint, because they're unnecessary to have". Trump nominees have received five voice votes in the US Senate to date, Short noted. Only 50 Trump nominees have been confirmed so far, compared to 202 officials confirmed at the same point in the Obama administration, he said. Read More »

Edo: Supreme Court upholds Obaseki's election


He said, "These serial victories at the polls and the various courts have undoubtedly given me and the good people of Edo State joy, but it should also teach us a vital lesson that at all times, no matter the severity of the odds, we must stand on the side of fidelity, honesty and truth". Read More »

Trump renews love-in with China's Xi Jinping


In a separate meeting with Japanese prime minister Shinzo Abe, the U.S. president said the two countries were tackling "the problem and menace of North Korea". "The question is what Trump may do about China", said Zhang Baohui, director of Lingnan University's Center for Asian Pacific Studies in Hong Kong. Read More »

China, US to join forces on economy

President Donald Trump and the leaders of South Korea and Japan, meeting during the G20 summit in Germany, issued a joint statement condemning the launch. As president, Trump seems reluctant to deliver a bold, authoritative response to his most urgent national security threat. On Tuesday the chief South Korean, U.S. Read More »

Trump defends decision to have Ivanka sit in for him at G20


Ivanka , who serves as an unpaid senior adviser to her father, told Fox & Friends recently that she tries to "leave the politics to other people". Ivanka Trump temporarily filled in for her father at last week's G20 summit in Hamburg , Germany, with the act generating criticism in America . Read More »

Eye On Nitish Kumar, Opposition Picks Gopalkrishna Gandhi For Vice-President


Gandhi's name was the only name discussed when 18 opposition parties met today to decide on their candidate for the vice presidential poll, the report said. The vice presidential election , if required, will take place on August 5. The electoral college, which votes for the vice president , consists of elected and nominated members of the Rajya Sabha and Lok Sabha. Read More »

Ivanka Takes Father's Spot At G20, Stirs Controversy

Trump tweeted in the early morning hours of July 10. To back up his assertion that he'd done nothing wrong asking Ivanka to be privy to the conversations of world leaders while he purportedly met one-on-one with the Indonesian president, he pulled German Chancellor Angela Merkel into the conversation. Read More »

Arsene Wenger: Who wouldn't be interested in Kylian Mbappe?


The Chile global is entering the final year of his contract and is yet to pen an extension. "I believe nobody can say he is not interested in a player of that calibre because he's got such a rare and huge quality at 18 years of age". 'We extended his contract past year, ' he said. He's been great value to the squad and I think he is a great lover of the club. "So it's not necessarily the a year ago of his contract at Arsenal football club". Read More »

Donald Trump's 'severe threat' to North Korea on eve of G20

Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe talks with U.S. President Donald Trump during the bilateral meeting at the G20 leaders summit in Hamburg, Germany July 8, 2017. The Chinese government has taken steps to pressure North Korea economically, but refuses to take any hardline actions that would threaten the viability of the regime. Read More »

Bharti Airtel to invest upto Rs 2000 crore to improve services


Project Next of Airtel will revamp 2500 stores to make them more dependent on digital experience. "We look at the customer journey holistically and have identified 17 moments of truth". The company said as part of its refashioning digital innovation it will allow for a 'family promise'. Airtel has come up with next-gen Airtel Stores and the first two stores are now live in Gurgaon. Read More »

Crystal Palace deal for Chelsea midfielder 'almost done'


Chelsea sources have revealed that Loftus-Cheek is expected to complete the formalities of his move to Palace in the next 24 hours, after he was made available for loan by Antonio Conte. The Blues are keen for Loftus-Cheek to play on a regular basis next season and the Englishman looks set to be given the chance at Selhurst Park. Reports in England have claimed that the England Under-21 midfielder will become Crystal Palace's first summer signing. Read More »

Korean leader urges int'l support for people of N. Korea


The Pentagon flew two B-1B bombers over the Korean Peninsula Friday in a show of force, carrying out a 10-hour, multipart mission alongside fighter jets from South Korea and Japan four days after North Korea launched its first-ever intercontinental ballistic missile . Read More »

I didn't rejoin Everton FC to retire, insists Rooney

The 31-year-old has returned to the Merseyside club, 13 years after leaving and still wants to win trophies. "I always play like I've got a point to prove". "You will have to wait and see [my position]". 'We have a lot of young players and we are trying to get the best team as possible and that experience to win titles is something really important for Everton . Read More »

Rauner announces new chief of staff


Frerichs was pointedly partisan but his remarks lacked the malice that continues to pervade the Capitol. He even spelled out the steps he believes Rauner should take. Rauner to take several steps, including passing a school funding formula, paying off some of the state's billions of dollars of debt, and to talk directly with credit rating groups. Read More »

Referee 'overthought' late All Blacks call


Questions were immediately raised about introducing penalty shootouts and extra time but, despite feeling "hollow", Hansen claimed the three-Test structure should not be reformed. The ball's landed in Ken Owens' arms, and the man next to me [Warburton] has been quite smart and astute in being able to talk the referee from a penalty into an accidental offside. Read More »

At least 5 dead after military plane crashes in Mississippi


Sheriff Ricky Banks said there were five confirmed deaths as of 6.15pm CT (12.15am BST). It crashed in a field near County Road 237 and Highway 82, which is near the LeFlore County/Sunflower County line. He said a helicopter was searching for others around the crash site in a soybean field. The aircraft is a four-engine turboprop transport plane that is used by both the U.S. Read More »

Majority of Republicans believe colleges have a negative impact


In contrast, a large majority of Democrats, 72 percent, say colleges and universities have a positive effect on the country. It's the latest survey - locally and nationally - to show that opinions toward higher education and college are increasingly splitting along demographic and political lines. Read More »

U.S. bombers drill near South Korea DMZ in show of force


To show force, America has dropped "dummy" bombs. After the drill, the B-1B Lancers flew close to the tense and heavily militarised land border with the North before turning back. Japan's Prime Minister Shinzo Abe told Trump the current situation in the Asia-Pacific region "has become increasingly severe", while Trump said they would talk about "the problem and menace of North Korea " and its unabated pursuit of nuclear weapons and missile technology to threaten the U.S. Read More »

Is Morata Chelsea's Only Answer To Striker Question

The Evening Standard claim Chelsea have now reignited their interest in Morata after opening talks with Madrid and are hoping to wrap-up a £70m deal over the coming days. This has led Chelsea to consider their options and perhaps back out of the transfer in order to sign someone else. United are still keen on doing business with Madrid and have a colleague of Morata's in mind . Read More »

Residents hate Chris Christie even more after beach day


When asked who was to blame for the government shutdown, 54 percent pointed the finger at both Christie and the Democratic-controlled state Legislature, while 28 percent blamed Christie alone. At least Christie and I have found some common ground. The Monmouth poll found Christie with a 15 percent approval rating, matching a different poll released earlier this year by Quinnipiac University. Read More »

India ordered to pay Rs1m compensation to 'human shield' victim in Kashmir


Monday asked Mehbooba Mufti-led government in Jammu and Kashmir to compensate the man used as a human shield against stone-pelters with Rs 10 lakh. The video is being widely shared on social media in Kashmir and is drawing condemnation. In stark contrast to the norms, army chief Gen Bipin Rawat appreciated Major Gogoi's act and also awarded Major with a commendation medal. In the last two decades, the SHRC has given several recommendations to the government over the alleged human rights ... Read More »

Minn. officer shoots dogs in fenced-in yard


As you'll see if you watch the video , which doesn't have any audio, neither dog is attacking the officer when he shoots them. One dog, Ciroc, suffered a gunshot wound to the face and a broken jaw. "There is no penny or dollar value to what these babies mean to my family, extended family, friends or anyone whose lives they've brightened". In 2016, the US Department of Justice estimated that almost 25 dogs are killed by law enforcement officers every day in the United States. Read More »

G20 minus Trump renews pledge on climate protection


This evening, in a video conference address to a global citizen festival in Hamburg , Germany, Brown will once again thrown down the gauntlet. We know that we are at a critical moment to turn the tide on climate change .With U.S. That agreement included pledges by almost 200 nations to reduce greenhouse gas emissions and help poor countries battle climate change by developing clean sources of energy. Read More »

Police release video showing how to survive hotel terror attack


The Telegraph notes that while this video is new, the " run , hide , tell " message was introduced to the British public in December 2015, months after a gunman killed 30 Britons during an attack at a tourist hotel in Sousse, Tunisia . There is no specific intelligence that British holidaymakers will be targeted this summer, but the campaign is a general effort to raise awareness among the public. Read More »

Celebrate Free Slurpee Day at 7-Eleven on Tuesday


You have to download the free 7-Eleven app, buy seven Slurpees during that time period, have the clerk scan the bar code on the app and you'll be awarded 11 Slurpees. "By adding Slurpee Week, we have a whole week to say thank-you for their business throughout the year". Slurpee fans can continue the celebration with Slurpee week where when using the 7-Eleven mobile can purchase six Slurpee's and get the seventh free . Read More »

Johanna Konta through to Wimbledon quarter-finals


JOHANNA KONTA survived another three-set thriller at Wimbledon to beat Caroline Garcia and become the first British woman to reach the quarter-finals in 33 years. The final set saw both players trade games, with not even one deuce up until Konta going 5-4 up. We will see tomorrow. But if the Brit's army of fans inside Court One thought it would be that easy beyond the opener, they were to be left disappointed. Read More »