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Tigers in a pickle

They lose seven wickets to cross 100 runs against Afghanistan

The broken pieces of Middle East peace

Rather than a breakthrough, Israelis and Palestinians seem to be inching closer and closer to a total breakdown

PM urges journalists to be responsible

Journalists should not misuse their liberty, she says

Taiwanese converts temple into communist shrine

Communist Party symbols, propaganda posters and portraits of party leaders now adorn the century-old temple tucked into a hillside in Ershui

RIP, the celebrity profile

The famous are saying less (if anything at all), granting interviews to their friends and sharing on social media. What’s being lost? Almost everything

Juventus' Cristiano Ronaldo reacts after he is sent off. Football - Champions League - Group Stage - Group H - Valencia v Juventus - Mestalla, Valencia, Spain - September 19, 2018. REUTERS/Sergio Perez

Ronaldo sent off against Valencia

It was his first Champions League game for Juventus

Arthur Mitchell, the founder of the Dance Theatre of Harlem, holds a photo of himself, in New York, May 11, 2015. The New York Times

Pioneering US dancer Mitchell dies

He was the first black ballet dancer to achieve international stardom, was also the founding director of the ground-breaking Dance Theatre of Harlem

Ways to make your flight better

The report will help you know how to ease the pain points and maximise the joys

Muslim women hold placards during a protest against a bill passed by India's lower house of Parliament last week that aims at prosecuting Muslim men who divorce their wives through the

Triple Talak to be an offence in India

Prime Minister Narendra Modi also looks to woo Muslim women voters

US church plans complaint hotline for sex abuse

A third-party hotline will be launched to field complaints about bishops who have sexually abused or harassed minors or adults

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MTB to sell 10% stake to Norfund

The share deal with Norwegian fund is valued at Tk 1.73 billion

Britain's Foreign Secretary Jeremy Hunt visits Myanmar leader Aung San Suu Kyi in Naypyidaw, Myanmar, September 20, 2018. Ye Aung Thu/Pool via REUTERS

Hunt presses Suu Kyi for Rohingya justice

The British foreign secretary meets her in Myanmar

RIP, the celebrity profile

The famous are saying less (if anything at all), granting interviews to their friends and sharing on social media. What’s being lost? Almost everything