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Wenger suggests injury was behind Lacazette struggles

Wenger suggests injury was behind Lacazette struggles

Alexandre Lacazette's knee injury comes as a "massive blow" to Arsenal, but Arsene Wenger thinks it may explain his poor form. The former Lyon man has scored just two goals since the start of December and could potentially have to wait until April to return to action with Arsenal due to the international break at the end of March.

UK national molested in Jodhpur

UK national molested in Jodhpur

Two men have allegedly sexually molested a United Kingdom national in Jodhpur, Rajasthan. The incident took place on Wednesday when the victim was walking back to her hotel, said the police. The police said that they are examining the CCTV footage and the probe is underway.

DOT announces "strategic plan" to bring synergy among seven PSU

DOT announces "strategic plan" to bring synergy among seven PSU

  • The Department of Telecom today announced a "strategic plan" to bring synergy among the seven PSUs under it - BSNL, MTNL, BBNL, TVIL, ITI, C-DoT, and TEC.
  • Manoj Sinha said that the public sector companies have a very strategic role to play by nurturing and enhancing the Government's intervention capabilities in matters of protection of consumer interests

Africa's Egypt have calibre to fight with big boys in 2018 World Cup

Africa's Egypt have calibre to fight with big boys in 2018 World Cup

It has been 30 years since Egypt last featured in World Cup. Political turmoil since then ruined their hope for qualifying into the global FIFA event. However, riding on the shoulders of national hero Mohamed Salah the North African side realized their dream of playing at the global football event.