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Russian state doped more than 1,000 athletes and corrupted London 2012

The London 2012 Olympics were “corrupted on an unprecedented scale” by Russia’s government and sports authorities, who colluded to ensure its sports stars were able to take a cocktail of banned performance-enhancing drugs yet evade doping tests, it has been revealed. A 144-page report by the respected Canadian law professor …

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Al Gore announces Sundance debut for follow-up to An Inconvenient Truth

A follow-up to An Inconvenient Truth, the Oscar-winning documentary about climate change, will be among the opening night films at the forthcoming Sundance film festival. Like its predecessor, the film will follow Al Gore as the former vice-president continues to make his case around the world that the world most wake up to the …

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Barack Obama orders ‘full review’ of possible Russian hacking in US election

Barack Obama has ordered US intelligence to review evidence of Russian interference in the 2016 presidential election after coming under sustained pressure from congressional Democrats. The review will be one of Obama’s final instructions to the intelligence agencies, which will soon report to Donald Trump, whom congressional Democrats consider the beneficiary of …

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No need to submit original documents during admission, says UGC

For the upcoming academic year, students will no longer have to submit their original certificates with the university or college for admission. Not only this, educational institutions cannot make it mandatory for students to purchase a prospectus; they will have to offer them a full refund if admission is cancelled …

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Mary Kom To Go back to Light Flyweight: ‘Just Watch what I do’

The fire back in her belly after overcoming the Olympic heartbreak, celebrated Indian woman boxer Mary Kom has decided to go back to the light flyweight 48kg division amid speculation that it is among the two categories that the International Boxing Association (AIBA) is pushing for inclusion in the 2020 Tokyo Olympics. …

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