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Curfew imposed in Jaipur after violent clash: 1 killed,10 policemen injured

Curfew imposed in Jaipur after violent clash: 1 killed,10 policemen injured

One policeman was killed and 10 others were injured on Friday when locals clashed with police in Jaipur's Ramganj area after a policeman allegedly hit a woman. More than a hundred people had gathered for the protest outside the police station in the Ramganj area of the capital of Rajasthan. As tear gas shells and rubber bullets did not deter the mob, the police said it was forced to fire in air and then at the miscreants.



Jose Mourinho confirms Victor Lindelof and Chris Smalling to start against Basel

But rather than Mourinho leading United into the next campaign, it was the hapless David Moyes, who managed to steer the club to the Champions League quarter-finals even as the wheels fell off domestically. "I think it will be fabulous for them and the fans to be back in the Champions League and to have the initial three matches to be played at Old Trafford, I think is fantastic".


Improved Spurs ready for Premier League challenge, says Kane

Improved Spurs ready for Premier League challenge, says Kane

Tottenham Hotspur striker Harry Kane is confident that his side can mount a title challenge this season despite a lower-key transfer window than many of their rivals. Spurs reached the quarter-finals on their first foray into the Champions League, seven years ago, but last season's experience under Pochettino ended in failure with Spurs unable to emerge from a group containing Monaco and Bayer Leverkusen.


Mourinho reacts to Lukaku's late miss against Stoke City

Mourinho reacts to Lukaku's late miss against Stoke City

Romelu Lukaku says he can cope with the pressure of being Manchester United's No. 9. "Any player has ups and downs in form". Victory for United would see them stretch their faultless opening to the 2017-18 campaign and cement their position at the top of the early standings.


Louis van Gaal opens up on being betrayed by Manchester United

Louis van Gaal opens up on being betrayed by Manchester United

The ground proved to be something of a graveyard for Mourinho's predecessors. However, prior to his arrival all was not so rosy behind the scenes and now former boss Louis van Gaal has come out publicly for the first time to discuss how he was allegedly mistreated in the final months of his stint with the Red Devils.