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    ‘The Nun’ collects 12.1 million USD worldwide

    Washington DC: Hollywood horror film ‘The Nun’, the fifth installment in the ‘Conjuring’ series raked in12.1 million USD from the global box office within two days. Its earnings came from 41 international markets, reported the Variety. It became possible because the majority of its earnings came from its debut in 30 markets that included United Arab Emirates, Colombia, Brazil, and Peru.

  • Lewandowski fires hat-trick as Bayern thrash Eintracht in German Supercup

    Berlin : A hat-trick from striker Robert Lewandowski, completed by goals from France’s Kingsley Coman and Spain’s Thiago Alcantara, saw Bayern Munich floor Eintracht Frankfurt 5-0 and clinch the German Super Cup title for the seventh time.

  • Former IMF head denies money laundering charges

    Madrid : A former head of the International Monetary Fund and an ex-deputy Prime Minister in Spain’s government who is under investigation for alleged involvement in money laundering for private profit denied any wrongdoing at a hearing in front of an investigating magistrate here on Monday. Rodrigo Rato, who had also been Spain’s Economy Minister for eight years until 2004 and left his post as Managing Director of the IMF to become

  • I will return to Belgium to execute political activities, says deposed Catalan leader Carles Puigdemont

    Berlin: Catalonia’s deposed president Carles Puigdemont, who has been in Germany for four months, said today he will return to Belgium after a Spanish judge dropped a European arrest warrant for him. “This weekend I will return to Belgium,” the separatist leader told a news conference in Berlin, adding his “political activity will be based in Belgium”.

  • Spain blame game begins after penalty heartache

    Saint Petersburg : Spain’s World Cup roller-coaster ride finally ground to a halt on Sunday and the finger-pointing began after their third consecutive failure at a major tournament.

  • Russia Could Leave  la roja in pain

    The fact that the game will be at Luzhniki Stadium with almost 80,000 people supporting us is probably the only good consequence from the fact we finished second in our group.

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    FIFA World Cup 2018: Argentina’s last-minute entry in knockout to Germany’s exit, a look at tournament journey so far

    With a grand opening of Russian victory over Saudi Arabia by 5-0, FIFA World Cup 2018 has now entered the professional stage with round of 16. The group stage is over and it saw lots of twists and turns for various teams. For instance, defending champion Germany’s shocking exit in the first round, Mexico’s qualification in knockout stage in spite of a loss to Sweden, Argentina’s dramatic entry into the knockout stage

  • FIFA World Cup 2018: Spanish king Felipe VI to attend Spain’s match against Russia

    Moscow: Spanish King Felipe VI will arrive here to attend a FIFA World Cup match between Spain and Russia on Sunday at the Luzhniki Stadium. “The king will visit the Luzhniki Stadium to support Spain’s national team at the Round of 16 match at the World Cup,” the Royal Spanish Football Federation said on its website.

  • FIFA World Cup 2018: Spain draws 2-2 with Morocco, reaches World Cup round of 16

    Kaliningrad (Russia): A video replay in injury time gave Spain the goal it needed to win Group B at the World Cup. Spain substitute Iago Aspas scored the late equalizer on  Monday in a 2-2 draw with Morocco. His clever deflection off a cross from Dani Carvajal was initially disallowed for offside, but the video assistant referee overruled the call at Kaliningrad Stadium. The decision set off a touchline melee among players

  • FIFA World Cup 2018: FPJ’s dream XI predictions for Spain vs Morocco

    Spain will clash with Morocco on Monday at 11:30 pm (IST) in a Group B match. Spain have been unbeaten since they were knocked out of Euro 2016 but victory against Iran last time was just their third win in seven games. Draws with Germany, Russia and Switzerland, either side of the stunning 6-1 against Argentina, preceded a late win against Tunisia in their final warm-up game. Diego Costa’s double helped Spain to their 3-3 draw with

  • Uruguay’s Gimenez ruled out of Russia tie

    Nizhniy Novgorod : Uruguay defender Jose Maria Gimenez is out of his country’s World Cup game against hosts Russia, which will determine who will top Group ‘A’, because of a thigh injury, officials said Saturday. The Atletico Madrid centre-half “will not be taken into account for the match… against Russia,” the Uruguayan Football Association said in a statement.The match takes place on Monday in Samara.

  • Spain to stay true to selves against Morocco

    Kaliningrad : Spain midfielder Isco believes his side must stay true to the philosophy that brought them World Cup glory in 2010 to achieve the result they need in Monday’s Group ‘B’ decider against Morocco.

  • Can still improve: Cristiano

    Moscow : Cristiano Ronaldo said Portugal must strive to improve at the FIFA Cristiano Ronaldo ,  after Wednesday’s 1-0 win over Morocco left them within sight of the knockout rounds.

  • Rani Rampal, Gurjit Kaur lead India to series-levelling win over Spain

    Madrid (Spain): Skipper Rani Rampal and defender Gurjit Kaur struck a brace each as Indian women hockey team thrashed Spain 4-1 in the fifth and final match to level the series 2-2. India dominated the match in terms of possession and chances created as Rani (33′, 37′) provided the side a two-goal cushion at the Consejo Superior de Deportes hockey stadium.

  • Skipper Rani Rampal’s late strike hands India 3-2 win over Spain

    Madrid: Skipper Rani Rampal scored a late winner as Indian women’s hockey team dished out a spirited performance to beat Spain 3-2 in the third game and register their first win of the five-match series at the Consejo Superior de Deportes Hockey Stadium here.