Football ace David Beckham is facing difficulties coming to terms with his retirement from the sport. The former England captain who played his last game in Paris Saint-Germain's 3-1 win over Brest, will now take up other projects which might possibly include purchasing a U.S. Major League Soccer franchise, The Sun reports. Beckham said he will find it difficult after two months of rest to ...
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Ray Manzarek at the Sunset music festival in Hollywood in August 2011. The keyboardist in the Doors has died aged 74. Photograph: Joe ...
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Violence Rioters took to the streets of a Stockholm neighborhood on Sunday, torching cars and throwing stones at police. Officers reportedly called residents "monkeys" and other derogatory terms as they protested against a recent police shooting. Between 60 to 100 people - most of them young men - took part in the riots which began around 10pm local time in the Stockholm district of ...
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Vice President Mohammad Hamid Ansari will undertake an official visit to Uzbekistan from May 21 to 24.
He will be accompanied by a high-level delegation.
Minister of State for Environment and Forest Jayanti Natarajan and four Members of Parliament are likely to be part of the delegation.
Vice-President Ansari will depart from Delhi on May 21 and reach Tashkent on the same day.
On Wednesday, he will call on Uzbekistan President Islam Karimov. He will also meet with the Chairman of the Senate and the Speaker of the Lower House of Parliament.
The Vice President will also visit the historical cities of Samarkand and Bukhara.
During the last state visit of the President of Uzbekistan to India in 2011, both countries elevated their bilateral relationship to the level of a strategic partnership.
Relations between India and Uzbekistan have traditionally been cordial and significant progress has been registered in all areas of bilateral cooperation, through regular high-level exchanges, cooperation in strategic areas, growing bilateral trade and commercial ties and increased interaction in the fields of education, science and technology, culture and people-to-people relations. (ANI)
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