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Pakistan playing ODI World Cup games in Bangladesh not discussed during ICC meet: Report
A report earlier said that discussions were held during the recent ICC board meeting about Pakistan possibly playing their World Cup league games in Bangladesh instead of India.
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The Marburg virus is a highly infectious, Ebola-like disease. First identified in 1967, it has a mortality rate of 50 per cent. There is currently no treatment or vaccine for the disease
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The British sovereign, 74, is on a three-day visit of Germany in a trip billed as 'an important European gesture' to maintain strong ties after Brexit
Jill Biden to visit Nashville after school shooting massacre
The massacre by a former student at the Covenant School left three children and three staff dead, and once more opened the debate over gun control in the United States, where mass shootings are agonizingly common
NASA, Boeing aiming for July launch of Starliner space capsule
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Indonesia’s stance on Israel overshadows world football event
FIFA canceled an important preparatory step after regional governors and protesters demanded Israel’s team be excluded, and the tournament, planned for May 20-June 11, appears to be on hold
Russian Security Council Secretary Nikolai Patrushev meets PM Modi, discusses bilateral cooperation
Earlier in the day, Nikolai Patrushev met National Security Advisor Ajit Doval in New Delhi. During the meeting, the two sides outlined ways for further cooperation between Russia and India in the security sector
Pope Francis in hospital for respiratory infection
The pope, who this month marked 10 years as head of the Catholic Church, had earlier appeared in good spirits at his weekly audience at the Vatican, smiling as he greeted the faithful from his 'popemobile'
Elon Musk and experts call for halt in 'giant AI experiments'
An open letter, signed by more than 1,000 people so far including Musk and Apple co-founder Steve Wozniak, was prompted by the release of GPT-4 from Microsoft-backed firm OpenAI
US Senate passes repeal of Iraq war authorisations
Both parties supported canceling the 2002 Authorisation for Use of Military Force (AUMF) that empowered George W Bush to launch the invasion, as well as the 1991 version that allowed his father, George HW Bush, to attack Iraq after Saddam's forces invaded Kuwait
Top US general warns of high ammo use in event of major war
Milley's remarks came a day after Undersecretary of the Army Gabe Camarillo said the United States aims to greatly expand the production of artillery shells
Ukraine War: Russia's Wagner Group has captured industrial complex in Bakhmut, say reports
Russian forces have advanced into another five percent of the city of Bakhmut over the last seven days, which is located in the Donetsk Oblast region in eastern Ukraine
French woman faces trial for 'insulting' Emmanuel Macron on Facebook
The woman, risks a fine of 12,000 euros but not prison if convicted at the trial due to be held in June
IAEA chief says trying for deal on Russia-held nuclear plant
During a rare visit to Europe's largest nuclear plant currently controlled by Russian forces, the head of the International Atomic Energy Agency Rafael Grossi said he was working to find a compromise that would suit both Moscow and Kyiv
Spain Masters 2023: PV Sindhu, Kidambi Srikanth reach second round
India's Satwiksairaj Rankireddy and Chirag Shetty withdrew from the tournament after an injury to the former.
Credit Suisse hid over $700 million from US Department of Justice: Senate
The report released on Wednesday found Credit Suisse had “violated key terms of its plea agreement,” in particular by not informing the DOJ when it moved close to $100 million from a previously undisclosed account belonging to a single US-Latin American family to other Swiss banks
Stability and discipline helped India win tri-nation trophy: Coach Igor Stimac
India beat Myanmar and the Kyrgyz Republic to emerge winner of the tri-nation tournament played in Manipur.
Indian women's football squad announced for Olympic qualifier
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