Daily Archives: March 11, 2019

Yemeni tribesmen: 22 civilians killed in country’s north

The Health Ministry affiliated with the Houthis confirmed the deaths on Monday, saying that all those killed were from two families from the Maghrabet Talan district in Hajjah province. The tribesmen spoke on condition of anonymity for fear of reprisals.

Final decision on Netanyahu indictment to follow Israeli vote

Israel’s attorney-general announced on Feb. 28 he intended to indict Netanyahu for bribery, fraud and breach of trust, though the actual filing of the charges would depend on the outcome of a required hearing. Due to its proximity to the April 9 election, the hearing had been widely expected to happen after the vote.

SRK’s ‘Don 3’ still in pre-production stage?

Much has been said and written about the third instalment of Shah Rukh Khan’s ‘Don’ franchise.

Ethiopian plane smoked and shuddered before deadly plunge

The Ethiopian Airways plane that crashed killing 157 people was making a strange rattling noise and trailed smoke and debris as it swerved above a field of panicked cows before hitting earth, according to witnesses. The pilot had requested permission to return, saying he was having problems – but it was too late.

Chahal a champion bowler, not a robot: Muralitharan

In a country where even someone like Shane Warne struggled, Australian leg-spinner Adam Zampa has been a revelation, to say the least.

Ranveer announces the date of Filmfare Awards

The coveted Black lady is up for grabs once again as the star of the millennium, Ranveer Singh announced the launch of the 64th Vimal Filmfare Awards 2019, at a conference held in Mumbai.

Zidane set for shock Real Madrid return: Reports

Zinedine Zidane will make a shock return as coach of Real Madrid after the club decided on Monday to sack Santiago Solari, say reports in the Spanish press. Madrid president Florentino Perez has reportedly met with the board and resolved to dismiss Solari, with Zidane set to be his replacement, nine months after he resigned at the end of last season.

Wanted to expose the U-19 boys to bouncy wickets: Dravid

Over the course of eight matches, 200 was crossed only five times as bowlers enjoyed the upperhand in the U-19 quadrangular one-day series just concluded here on Monday.

Only very experienced pilots to operate Boeing 737 Max & aircraft to be checked during transit: DGCA

Dhoni half a captain of Indian team, Kohli visibly rough without him: Bedi

Former captain Bishan Singh Bedi Monday called Mahendra Singh Dhoni “half a captain” of India’s limited overs team and said his absence made skipper Virat Kohli “visibly rough” on the field during the fourth ODI against Australia. Dhoni has been rested for the last two games of the series which is tied at 2-2, going into the decider on Wednesday.