Concerned at Aamir not taking wickets, have spoken to him: Pakistan skipper Sarfraz

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Read more about Concerned at Aamir not taking wickets, have spoken to him: Pakistan skipper Sarfraz on Business Standard. Pakistan captain Sarfraz Ahmed Tuesday said he is concerned at the wicketless spell of his strike bowler Mohammad Aamir, as his side geared up to take on archrivals India in the Asia Cup.Leftarm pacer Aamir has not been amongst the wickets in ... ...

TB remains world's deadliest infectious disease: WHO

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Tuberculosis (TB) remains the world's deadliest infectious disease although global efforts have averted an estimated 54 million tuberculosis (TB) deaths since 2000, the World Health Organization (WHO) warned on Tuesday. WHO, in its latest 2018 Global ... ...

Rupee closes at new alltime low as crude prices rise

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MUMBAI/BENGALURU () The rupee closed at a new alltime low against the U.S. dollar on Tuesday, pressured by rising crude oil prices and intensifying U.S.China trade war tensions. The rupee had fallen more than 12 percent against the dollar  ... ...

Syrians in government areas vote in first local polls since 2011

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Syrians in governmentcontrolled areas cast their ballots on Sunday in the first local elections there since 2011, when the country's illfated uprising erupted against President Bashar alAssad's rule. Seven years since the last vote, the conflict has ... ...

BJP, Cong spar over rising fuel prices, Bharat Bandh violence

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The BJP and the Congress engaged in a war of words in Jharkhand Tuesday over rising fuel prices and reports of violence during the sixhour Bharat Bandh. Accusing the Congress of "misleading people", the Jharkhand unit of the BJP said countries such as  ... ...

Trump signals nuclear talks with North Korea still alive

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US President Donald Trump pledged Thursday to complete a deal on denuclearizing the Korean peninsula together with North Korean leader Kim Jong Un, signaling that negotiations remain alive after weeks of an apparent deadlock. "Kim Jong Un of North  ... ...

Routine testing for prostate cancer may be harmful

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Routine testing for prostate cancer is not recommended for most men as it has uncertain benefits and clear harms, according to an international panel of experts. However, for some men, such as those with a family history of prostate cancer, discussions ... ...

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