Day: October 7, 2020

Tsitsipas reaches French Open semis with Rublev win | Tennis News

PARIS: Greek fifth seed Stefanos Tsitsipas reached his second Grand Slam semi-final as he raised his game after a slow start to defeat Russian Andrey Rublev 7-5 6-2 6-3 at the French Open on Wednesday. Before the quarter-final on Court Philippe Chatrier, the 13th-seeded Rublev had won both previous tour-level meetings against fellow 22-year-old Tsitsipas …

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Tripura launches Bamboo rice. What is it exactly?

Right after launching the Bamboo cookies and Bamboo bottles, CM Biplab Kumar Deb, recently launched Bamboo rice at the state Secretariat. While expressing his views and hopes around the produce of Bamboo based products fueling the growth of Tripura’s economic landscape, he said “Bamboo flower-rice will be an economically profitable product and people can become …

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UK backs sanction threats over Navalny poisoning

Image copyright Reuters Image caption Alexey Navalny collapsed on a flight in August The UK has joined France and Germany in threatening sanctions against Russia for the poisoning of Alexey Navalny. Dominic Raab said evidence that the opposition leader was poisoned by a military grade nerve agent developed by Russia was now “undeniable”. The foreign …

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IOC expects international fans at Tokyo Games: Bach | Tokyo Olympics News

BERLIN: Organisers of the Tokyo Olympics are expecting to welcome international spectators at next year’s Olympics despite the COVID-19 pandemic, International Olympic Committee President Thomas Bach said on Wednesday. “We are working on the basis of course there will be international spectators (in Tokyo),” Bach told a conference call at the end of an executive …

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Trump can’t recruit ‘army’ of poll watchers under new voter intimidation rules – TechCrunch

In a blog post Wednesday, Facebook said it will no longer allow content that encourages poll watching that uses “militarized” language or intends to “intimidate, exert control, or display power over election officials or voters.” Facebook credited the update to its platform rules to civil rights experts who it worked with to create the policy. …

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Derek Chauvin: George Floyd murder suspect released from jail on $1m bail

Image copyright AFP Image caption Derek Chauvin posted bond and was released from jail on Wednesday morning, court records show The former US police officer charged with the murder of unarmed black man George Floyd has been released from prison on bail. Derek Chauvin posted a $1m (£774,000) bond and was released on Wednesday morning, …

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Nadal learned from Rome defeat by Schwartzman, says Moya | Tennis News

PARIS: Rafa Nadal will be a tougher proposition for Diego Schwartzman than he was in Rome last month when they meet in the French Open semi-finals on Thursday, says Nadal’s coach Carlos Moya. Twelve-times French Open champion Nadal was surprisingly beaten 6-2 7-5 by the Argentine in the Rome quarters — Schwartzman’s first win over …

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Ganna lifts Ineos-Grenadiers’ spirits with Giro stage five win | More sports News

CAMIGLIATELLO SILANO (Italy): Italian Filippo Ganna gave his Ineos-Grenadiers team something to cheer about on the Giro d’Italia when he claimed the fifth stage, a 225-km trek from Mileto on Wednesday. The time trial world champion rode away from a group of three breakaway riders in the category-one ascent to Montescuro to win his second …

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Kenin battles into French Open semi-finals | Tennis News

PARIS: Fourth seed Sofia Kenin claimed her maiden French Open semi-final spot as she fought to a 6-4 4-6 6-0 victory against fellow American Danielle Collins on Wednesday. The Australian Open champion was kept on her toes for two sets by an opponent who had beaten her in their previous encounters before strolling through the …

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