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Breakaway Super League 'would Not Be Recognised' By FIFA As Players Threatened With World Cup Ban (7)
Muhammad Irfan Thu 21st January 2021 | 11:30 PM Lausanne, (UrduPoint / Pakistan Point News - 21st Jan, 2021 ) :FIFA has gone on the offensive amid ongoing speculation about a European Super League, insisting any breakaway by leading clubs "would not be recognised by either FIFA or the respective confederation" while players would risk being banned from the World Cup and other major tournaments if involved.
Sri Lanka reopens to tourists 10 months after closure due to Covid-19 pandemic (10)
Full operations also resumed Thursday at the island's two international airports, accommodating the commercial flights. PTI PUBLISHED ON JAN 21, 2021 03:17 PM IST Sri Lanka reopened to foreign tourists Thursday after a nearly 10-month pandemic closure that cut deeply into the Indian Ocean island nation's lucrative travel industry.
Lausanne, Switzerland (10)
Fifa has gone on the offensive amid ongoing speculation about a European Super League, insisting that any breakaway by leading clubs "would not be recognised by either Fifa or the respective confederation" while players would risk being banned from the World Cup and other major tournaments if involved. "Any club or player involved in such a competition would as a consequence not be allowed to participate in any competition organised by Fifa or their
Nepal To Turn Everest Trash Into Art To Highlight Mountain's Garbage Blight (7)
Used oxygen bottles, torn tents, ropes, broken ladders, cans and plastic wrappers discarded by climbers and trekkers litter the 8,848.86 metre (29,032 feet) tall peak and the surrounding areas. Reuters Updated: January 21, 2021 9:54 pm IST Workers from a recycling company dump garbage collected from Mount Everest out of a bag, in Kathmandu. Kathmandu: Trash collected from Mount Everest is set to be transformed into art and
Root wants improvement in second test v Sri Lanka (6)
Thursday, 21 Jan 2021 5:24 PM MYT FILE PHOTO: Cricket - Third Test - England v Pakistan - Ageas Bowl, Southampton, Britain - August 25, 2020 England's Joe Root celebrates the wicket of Pakistan's Asad Shafiq, as play resumes behind closed doors following the outbreak of the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) Alastair Grant/Pool via REUTERS GALLE, Sri Lanka (Reuters) - England captain Joe Root has warned his
Draw not an option for England in 2nd test against Sri Lanka (2)
Tweet By REX CLEMENTINE , Associated Press, Associated Press 2021/01/21 16:43 GALLE, Sri Lanka (AP) - While England only needs a draw in Galle to clinch another test series in Sri Lanka, it's a result that will be far from the minds of Joe Root's lineup when the second test starts Friday. England is in fourth spot on the ICC Test Championship standings, behind India, New Zealand and Australia.
Rupee Turnaround Faces Headwinds As RBI Mops Up Dollars (3)
Analysts had forecast for the rupee to rise for the first time in four years on hopes the RBI may slow its foreign-currency accumulation after the stockpile rose to a record. (c) 2021 BloombergSubhadip Sircar, Bloomberg Updated: January 21, 2021 10:22 am IST The median estimate of a Bloomberg survey shows the rupee may strengthen rise to 72.50 to a dollar Bets on the Indian rupee's rebound this year are already facing headwinds.
International Cricket In Pakistan Attracts Global Broadcasters (3)
Fida Hussnain (@fidahassanain) Thu 21st January 2021 | 02:16 PM PCB has signed deals with global broadcasters for coverage of bilateral series and HBL PSL 2021-23. LAHORE: (UrduPoint/UrduPoint / Pakistan Point News-Jan 21st, 2021) International cricket's return to Pakistan has attracted global sports broadcasters to strike a deal with Pakistan Cricket board (PCB) regarding coverage rights of Pakistan Super League (PSL) and all home bilateral
Fauci pledges US Covax support in re-engagement with WHO (2)
By Ap Mcclatchy | wordpress@medianewsgroup.com | PUBLISHED: January 21, 2021 at 10:28 a.m. | UPDATED: January 21, 2021 at 11:03 a.m. Corinne Gretler, Thomas Mulier and James Paton U.S.
Qatar Airways signs expanded codeshare agreement with Iberia (3)
January 21 2021 06:08 PM Qatar Airways signs expanded codeshare agreement with Iberia Qatar Airways has signed an expanded codeshare agreement with Iberia, Spain's largest carrier and the leading airline connecting Europe with Latin America. The agreement will enhance connectivity between the two airlines' complementary networks and will offer additional travel options to Qatar Airways customers travelling between the Iberian Peninsula, Latin America,