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MELBOURNE (Reuters) – Another Australian Grand Prix, another near-miss for home hero Daniel Ricciardo. The Red Bull driver was again denied a long-awaited podium at Albert Park on Sunday, finishing fourth behind Ferrari’s winner Sebastian Vettel, runner-up Lewis Hamilton and Kimi Raikkonen. Ricciardo qualified fifth but was furious at stewards after they slapped him with
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The day Chinese photographer Guo Yingguang went to the “marriage market” in downtown Shanghai last summer looking for dates she was constantly asked one question: “How old are you?” Guo was 34 and many parents who regularly flock to the famous People’s Park venue during weekends looking for a partner for their grown-up children viewed
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MELBOURNE (Reuters) – Steve Smith stepped down as Australia captain on Sunday and his deputy David Warner also relinquished the vice-captaincy amid stunning ball-tampering revelations that have plunged the test team into crisis. Cricket Australia said the pair had agreed to give up their leadership roles following “discussions” with the governing body, with wicketkeeper Tim
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KUALA LUMPUR: Communications and Multimedia Minister Datuk Seri Dr Salleh Said Keruak (pic) on Sunday described the foreign media reports on Malaysia as “very one-sided” and “not balanced”. He said they gave the impression that everything about the government was bad while the political opposition were angels. He also said that these reports on Malaysia
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(Reuters) – Former champion Agnieszka Radwanska stunned world number one Simona Halep in the third round of the Miami Open, winning 3-6 6-2 6-3 on Saturday. Radwanska, who won in Miami in 2012, claimed six of the last seven games in the deciding set to claim the victory after an hour and 48 minutes. Fifth
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MELBOURNE (Reuters) – Cricket Australia (CA) said on Sunday they will conduct an investigation into a ball-tampering scandal during the third test against South Africa that has prompted calls for captain Steve Smith to step down. “From a Cricket Australia perspective we regard this as an extremely serious issue,” CA chief executive James Sutherland told
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