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    Euro organizers increase security budget after Paris attacks
    Mar02

    Euro organizers increase security budget after Paris attacks

    Jacques Lambert, President of Euro Soccer 2016 tournament delivers his speech during a press conference to mark the hundred days to go before the start of Euro 2016 soccer tournament, in Paris, Wednesday, March 2, 2016. Photo: AP PARIS: Euro 2016 organizers have increased the security budget by 15 percent in the wake of the Paris attacks. The...

    Don’t give up
    Mar02

    Don’t give up

    Courtesy: Dr Sushil B Bajracharya KATHMANDU: Dr Sushil B Bajracharya is Associate Professor at Department of Architecture and Urban Planning, Institute of Engineering (IOE), Tribhuvan University (TU). He is the Programme Coordinator of Master of Science in Energy for Sustainable Social Development (MSESSD) at IOE. The guest lecturer at Tokyo City...

    Caballero the Wembley hero as Man City land League Cup
    Feb29

    Caballero the Wembley hero as Man City land League Cup

    Manchester City’s Wilfredo Caballero saves from Liverpool’s Philippe Coutinho during penalty shoot-out of Capital One Cup final at Wembly on Sunday, February 28, 2016. Photo: Reuters LONDON: Manuel Pellegrini will head to pastures new with at least one shiny memento of his final season as Manchester City manager after keeper Willy...

    US advises banks
    Feb26

    US advises banks

    WASHINGTON: The US government has advised American banks to stay away from Russia’s planned bond issue, citing ‘high’ risks as US sanctions remain on Moscow, sources close to the issue said on Thursday. Both the US State and Treasury departments pointed out the risks involved in response to queries from the private sector on the...

    Gas from thawing Arctic permafrost could add further to global warming
    Feb26

    Gas from thawing Arctic permafrost could add further to global warming

    Breinosa is seen from the research Zeppelin Observatory that is operated by operated by the Norwegian Polar Institute and Norwegian Institute for Air Research in Svalbard in Norway on October 17, 2015. The presence of Norway, a NATO member, also gives the alliance a strategic foothold in the far north, of increasing importance after neighbouring...

    Russia gives a gift of 10,000 automatic rifles to Afghanistan
    Feb24

    Russia gives a gift of 10,000 automatic rifles to Afghanistan

    KABUL: Afghan officials took delivery of 10,000 automatic rifles and millions of rounds of ammunition as a gift from Russia on Wednesday, another sign of deepening involvement by Moscow in the war-torn country. Dependent almost entirely on foreign aid, Afghan security forces are struggling to secure the country amid a rising insurgency. As the...

    Guardiola appointment not behind City’s slump: Pellegrini
    Feb24

    Guardiola appointment not behind City’s slump: Pellegrini

    Manchester City manager Manuel Pellegrini during the prss conference. Reuters KIEV: Manchester City manager Manuel Pellegrini has rejected the notion that the club’s announcement that Pep Guardiola will take over at the end of the season has derailed their campaign. “Really, that’s not the problem,” the Chilean told a news conference...

    Skeptical senators expected to critique cease-fire for Syria
    Feb23

    Skeptical senators expected to critique cease-fire for Syria

    FILE – Secretary of State John Kerry puts his hand to his ear while listening to a reporter’s question at the State Department in Washington, on February 17, 2016. Photo: AP WASHINGTON: Secretary of State John Kerry will face skeptical senators when he appears before a Republican-led panel just a day after the United States and Russia...

    Hiddink defends FA Cup after Chelsea thrash Man City
    Feb22

    Hiddink defends FA Cup after Chelsea thrash Man City

    Juventus’ Patrice Evra in action with Manchester City’s Samir Nasri during UEFA Champions League at Etihad Stadium on September 15, 2015. Photo: Reuters LONDON: Chelsea’s interim manager Guus Hiddink spoke up for the FA Cup as “the temple of football” after his side crushed a virtually unrecognisable Manchester City 5-1 to reach...

    Russia wants to fly over US with advanced digital camera
    Feb22

    Russia wants to fly over US with advanced digital camera

    FILE – Russian President Vladimir Putin speaks during his annual end of year news conference in Moscow, Russia, on Thursday, December 17, 2015. Photo: AP WASHINGTON: Russia will ask permission on Monday to start flying surveillance planes equipped with high-powered digital cameras amid warnings from US intelligence and military officials that...

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