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FIFA Slaves Banned From Attending Relatives’ Funerals

Qatar(theguardian): The 2022 Qatar World Cup will be brought to you by Coca-Cola on the backs of slave workers, many of whom hail from Nepal. These workers live in filth and work in terrifyingly dangerous conditions; their efforts to build the McDonald’s-funded event will result in one dead worker for …

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Centre pursuing black money cases vigorously: MoS Jayant Sinha

New Delhi(PTI): Centre today said it is pursuing cases against people having black money stashed abroad “quite vigorously” and has lot of data about Indians having foreign bank accounts in violation of country’s laws. However, it said the names of those people “having black money stashed abroad” could not be …

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Central trade unions including BJP-backed BMS call for one-day strike on Sep 2

New Delhi(PTI): Eleven central trade unions, including BJP-backed BMS, today called for a one-day nation- wide general strike on September 2 to protest against government’s unilateral labour reforms. The strike call coincides with NDA government completing one-year in office. “All-India general strike on September 2, 2015. The national convention calls …

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Attackers will be paid back in same coin: Manohar Parrikar

New Delhi(PTI): Undeterred by the controversy over his earlier “terrorists have to be neutralised only through terrorists” remark, Defence Minister Manohar Parrikar has asserted that he will go to “any extent” to protect India and those who attack will be “paid back in the same coin”. Parrikar noted that his …

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Jacqueline Fernandez parties with Naomi Campbell

Jacqueline Fernandez’s international projects seem to have put her on the world map. The actress recently flew to the French Riveira to attend the F1 Monaco Grand Prix in France. She was also at Cannes on 23 May and shortly after that attended Supermodel Naomi Campbell’s 45th birthday party. Our …

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Don’t try to cheat yourself: Kapil Dev to youngsters

Unlike the wild celebrations that current players display at the fall of a wicket, players of yesteryear were composed in expressing their happiness on the field. Images of Kapil Dev raising his arms in exultation after dismissing a batsman or just a hugging wicketkeeper before taking the ball and shining …

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