World


Arsene Wenger rues Arsenal financial struggles after Emirates stadium move

The club wont make as much money in the next financial year, though, and that means Wenger will have lost a bit of respect both on and off the pitch. "It was odd", Gerrard told the Daily Mail . It can't be like that. Qualifying for the UCL provides a team with prestige, additional cash flow and, most importantly, helps to keep your best players.



North Korea fires unidentified projectile from eastern region - South Korea

The Government mouthpiece, the KCNA , did not reveal details of the launch but said it was organised by the Academy of National Defence Science - an agency believed to be developing nuclear weapons. "We don't have to wait until they have an intercontinental ballistic missile with a nuclear weapon on it to say that now it has manifested completely".


South Korea military: North Korea fires unidentified projectile

South Korea military: North Korea fires unidentified projectile

Japan lodged a protest against the North's latest missile launch which appeared to have landed in Japan's exclusive economic zone. He said there was no reports of damage to planes or vessels in the area. While the North has yet to develop and intercontinental ballistic missile , the USA considers "it a direct threat even today". Last week, a leading USA intelligence official warned that if left unchecked it was "inevitable" that North Korea would develop a nuclear weapon capable of ...


Rahul Gandhi heads for Saharanpur despite no permission

Rahul Gandhi heads for Saharanpur despite no permission

NDA Government has failed to deliver on the promises made, he says. Such people, he said, were out to disrupt communal harmony and peace in Uttar Pradesh . Badal Saroj, Madhya Pradesh state unit secretary of the Communist Party of India-Marxist, said that ever since Yogi Adityanath has become the Chief Minister of Uttar Pradesh atrocities and violence against the Dalits have gone up in the state.


Trump is 'wide open' on Paris climate deal: Mattis

Trump is 'wide open' on Paris climate deal: Mattis

US President Donald Trump has reportedly told 'confidants, ' including the head of the Environmental Protection Agency, that he plans to leave a landmark worldwide agreement on climate change . Mattis, however, said the US position on climate change is "not inside my portfolio". The position makes the United States the lone holdout on endorsing the agreement during the G7 summit in Italy.