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Delhi reports 146 malaria cases in this season

Delhi reports 146 malaria cases in this season

According to reports, nearly 60 cases of malaria have been reported in Delhi in August, taking the total number of people affected by the vector-borne disease in the city this season to 146. In Feb, 2 cases of malaria were reported, one each in April and March, 17 in May, 25 in June, 42 in July and 58 till August 25, according to the South Delhi Municipal Corporation.
Committed to holding free and fair elections: Abdulla Yameen

Committed to holding free and fair elections: Abdulla Yameen

President Abdulla Yameen of Maldives has promised a fair election. The Opposition in the country fears that there are high chances of the polls being rigged. The Opposition claimed that the police had entered their headquarters on Sunday without any court order or warrant. However, Yameen said that he was "committed to holding free, fair and transparent elections."
Over 4000 websites shut down by China

Over 4000 websites shut down by China

Over 4000 websites that contained "harmful information" has been shut down by China. Chinese authorities have always maintained a tight control over the internet, and now they have moved to close down these websites, which contained pornography, gambling, religious content and even "rumors." In fact, a live streaming site with 3.5 million users was also shut down.
Tottenham beat Brighton 2-1

Tottenham beat Brighton 2-1

Tottenham will have breathed a sigh of relief after finally registering a much needed win after 3 defeats. Spurs beat Brighton and Hove Albion 2-1, with Harry Kane and Eric Lamela scoring the goals. Kane converted from the spot just before halftime, while Lamela scored on 76 minutes. Anthony Knockaert scored in added time for Brighton, but that was that.
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