Joe Biden Will Expedite India Sanctions Waiver Over Russian Missile Deal: Congressman (3)
In July, the US House of Representatives passed a legislative amendment that approves an India-specific waiver for punitive CAATSA sanctions. Press Trust of India Updated: August 10, 2022 9:52 am IST CAATSA is a US law that imposes sanctions on countries that purchase defence hardware from Russia Washington: The recent India-specific CAATSA sanctions waiver by the US House of Representatives is the most consequential vote since the civilian nuclear
Jackson Still Trying To Figure Out Fraser-Pryce Ahead Of 100m Clash (1)
Muhammad Irfan Published August 10, 2022 | 12:20 AM Monaco, Aug 9 (UrduPoint / Pakistan Point News - 10th Aug, 2022 ) :Newly- minted world 200m champion Shericka Jackson hopes that Jamaican teammate Shelly-Ann Fraser-Pryce will bring the most out of her when they go head-to- head in the 100m at Wednesday's Diamond League meet in Monaco. Jackson's showdown with Fraser-Pryce, who won a fifth 100m title in Eugene
Former South African umpire Rudi Koertzen dies in car accident (1)
The South African team will wear black armbands on Wednesday in honour of Koertzen when they face England at Lord's in London in a Test match. 09th August 2022 07:10 PM Rudi Koertzen (Videograb) By AFP JOHANNESBURG: Former South African umpire Rudi Koertzen, labelled the 'slow finger of death' by the media, has died in a car accident, a family member told AFP on Tuesday.
How Does Serena Williams Compare to Other Tennis Greats? (2)
By Max Molski * Published 3 hours ago How does Serena Williams compare to other tennis greats? originally appeared on NBC Sports Chicago One of the most storied careers in tennis history is about to come to a close. Serena Williams wrote in an editorial for Vogue's September issue that she will retire sometime after the U.S.
Serena Williams's retirement is no fairytale - it's a heartbreaking choice between family and career (3)
Megan Maurice The tennis great's decision is a stark reminder that even in 2022, women's time is still not our own Wed 10 Aug 2022 05.08 BST Retirement from sport rarely plays out the way it is depicted in movies.
'The Sacrifice Zone': Myanmar bears cost of green energy (2)
The birds no longer sing Via AP news wire Tuesday 09 August 2022 05:09 'The Sacrifice Zone': Myanmar bears cost of green energyShow all 12 'The Sacrifice Zone': Myanmar bears cost of green energyMyanmar-Sacrificed for Green Energy Myanmar-Sacrificed for Green Energy Global Witness 'The Sacrifice Zone': Myanmar bears cost of green energyMyanmar-Sacrificed for Green Energy Myanmar-Sacrificed for Green Energy Global Witness
A year after it abandoned Afghanistan, US introduces bill to give thousands of Afghans path to citizenship (3)
Edited By: Moohita Kaur Garg Washington, United States Updated: Aug 10, 2022, 05:52 AM(IST) A large portion of the 76,000 Afghans who were evacuated from their home country last year arrived in the country under humanitarian parole, a temporary immigration status that usually only lasts up to two years. Photograph:( Reuters ) A bipartisan bill has been submitted in both houses of the US Congress, a year after the US withdrew from Afghanistan, allowing the Taliban to seize
Rickie Fowler decides to part ways with caddie Joe Skovron (3)
The Associated Press August 9, 2022, 8:23 PM MEMPHIS, Tenn. (AP) - Rickie Fowler narrowly avoided missing the FedEx Cup playoffs for the second straight year, and he will proceed with a new caddie. Fowler is parting ways with Joe Skovron, a childhood friend and the only fulltime caddie he has ever had. "It was a team decision," Fowler said.
Australian state begins legislating to ban the swastika (1)
APLast Updated: Aug 09, 2022, 06:30 PM IST Share Synopsis Queensland and Tasmania states have foreshadowed similar laws, which would mean half of Australia's eight states and territories and most of the Australian population were banned from displaying Nazi symbols. AP Australia's most populous state took a major step toward banning Nazi symbols on Tuesday when the New South Wales Parliament's lower house passed
Japanese Jockey Dies In New Zealand Hospital After Fall (2)
Umer Jamshaid Published August 10, 2022 | 01:50 AM Wellington, Aug 9 (UrduPoint / Pakistan Point News - 10th Aug, 2022 ) :Japanese jockey Taiki Yanagida has died in New Zealand after suffering head and spinal injuries in a fall during a race last week, Waikato Hospital confirmed Wednesday. The 28-year-old, who was based in Manawatu, died Tuesday night, having been on life support after suffering critical injuries following the fall at the