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Jurgen Klopp’s Dortmund ruins Bayern Munich’s treble party

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German : Over the last few years, only one man has ever been of any inconvenience to Bayern Munich – Jurgen Klopp. The manager who’s leaving Dortmund at the end of the season had one last laugh when his Dortmund beat Munich in the DFB-Pokal (German Cup) semi-final to advance to the finals. This ruined Bayern Munich’s chance of winning ...

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Earthquake in Nepal: Probe ordered into pasting of ‘bhukamp’ sticker on injured

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Darbhanga/Patna, Apr 29: Bihar government has ordered an inquiry into the pasting of stickers on the foreheads of persons injured in earthquake at Darbhanga Medical College and Hospital (DMCH) after the incident kicked up a row. Baidyanath Sahni, minister in-charge for the district, who visited DMCH late last evening after the news of pasting “bhukamp” (earthquake) tags on foreheads of ...

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Reporter held for carrying live cartridges to Baba Ramdev interview

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Dehradun, Apr 29: A reporter of a private TV news channel was arrested on the charge of carrying live cartridges to an interview with yoga guru Ramdev, police said today. Ashu Sharma had last night gone to Ramdev’s Patanjali residence in Bahadarabad area of Haridwar to interview the yoga guru who has recently returned from quake-ravaged Nepal, SHO of Bahadarabad ...

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Earthquake in Nepal: 500-year-old Kathmandu temple turned to rubble after quake

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Kathmandu, Apr 29: The devastating earthquake that struck the Nepalese capital has turned the 500-year-old Kashtamandap temple to rubble, killing several under the debris of the historic structure from which the city derives its name. Incidentally, on the fateful day, a private company had organised a blood donation camp and most of the donors including the nurses are dead. “The ...

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Does Australia have double standards for Bali Nine duo?

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Sydney: Australians Andrew Chan and Myuran Sukumaran have eaten their last meals. Kissed their families for the last time. Inhaled their last breaths.They have been shot in front of an Indonesian firing squad.Australia has waged a protracted diplomatic battle to keep the two men alive but that battle has failed. ‘Not innocent’ : The plight of 31-year-old Chan and 34-year-old ...

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