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AstraZeneca potassium drug finally approved, threatening Vifor

LONDON (Reuters) – The decision by U.S. regulators to finally approve AstraZeneca’s much-delayed excess potassium drug Lokelma gives the group another new medicine launch, boosting its portfolio as it strives to offset declining sales of older products. FILE PHOTO: A…..

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Zimbabwe impounds US cargo plane carrying body and cash

[unable to retrieve full-text content] Zimbabwe aviation authorities impounded a US-registered cargo jet, a senior official said on Monday, with a dead body and millions of South African rand reportedly on board. A Zimbabwean official confirmed the development and said…..

Afghans cry foul over Jangra win, allege favouritism

SHILLONG: Afghanistan on Monday cried foul over the loss of Rahemi Alla Dada in the final of the men’s 69kg boxing competition, alleging that the referees “favoured” home favourite Mandeep Jangra. Jangra won the gold to help India make a…..

Virgin Atlantic flight turned back to Heathrow after ‘laser’ incident

[unable to retrieve full-text content] A British pilots’ union demanded action after a laser beam dazzled the co-pilot on a New York-bound flight, forcing the Virgin Atlantic jet to turn back shortly following take-off from London’s Heathrow. A BA pilot’s…..

Afghans cry four over Jangra win, allege favouritism

SHILLONG: Afghanistan on Monday cried foul over the loss of Rahemi Alla Dada in the final of the men’s 69kg boxing competition, alleging that the referees “favoured” home favourite Mandeep Jangra. Jangra won the gold to help India make a…..

Ehud Olmert becomes first Israeli PM to go to prison

JERUSALEM: Israel’s former prime minister Ehud Olmert started serving a 19-month prison sentence for bribery and obstruction of justice on Monday, becoming the first Israeli premier to be imprisoned and capping a years-long legal saga that forced him to resign…..

Indian boxing mess: State units hold meeting with ad-hoc panel

PTI | Feb 15, 2016, 05.14 PM IST SHILLONG: Making another attempt at sorting the administrative mess in Indian boxing, representatives of 18 state units held a meeting with the AIBA ad-hoc committee and the coordination panel to discuss formation…..

Indian men favoured to go the distance in Asia C'ship

HYDERABAD: The pull out of star shuttler Saina Nehwal might have taken the fizz out of Indian women’s challenge but the men stand a good chance to go the distance at the Badminton Asia Team Championships which will kick off…..

Pakistan university reopens one month after deadly attack

PESHAWAR: A Pakistani university attacked last month by the Taliban reopened on Monday guarded by hundreds of police, highlighting a pervasive atmosphere of fear after the Islamist group vowed more strikes on schools. Gunmen stormed Bacha Khan university in the…..

Administrative mess demotivating boxers: Mary Kom

SHILLONG: Concerned about the administrative logjam in Indian boxing, Olympic bronze-medallist MC Mary Kom on Monday said future seems dark for the country’s pugilists, who are losing motivation to train. India does not have a national federation after the International…..

Pope wants Mexico free of 'merchants of death'

ECATEPEC, Mexico: Pope Francis urged Mexicans on Sunday to reject the devil and build a nation free of “merchants of death” during an open-air mass with 300,000 people in a crime-ridden city. The pontiff used the service in Ecatepec, a…..