Liverpool’s third consecutive victory in all competitions since losing at West Ham moved them into second place. The Reds sit one point behind Chelsea, who host Manchester United on Sunday.
Third-placed Manchester City would go back above Liverpool if they beat West Ham on Sunday.
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Now, Kohli steps down as Test captain
THE mood in the dressing room was already sombre on Friday. Even as the squad was coming to terms with the series defeat, Virat Kohli broke the news that he would no longer continue as Test captain.
Tasmac reaps bumper harvest on Pongal day, rakes in over ₹317 crore
Amid the criticism regarding Tasmac outlets remaining open despite the surge in Covid-19 cases, liquor worth more than ₹317 crore was sold from these shops across the State on January 14 — Pongal day. The single-day sale was more than twice the amount sold on New Year’s Eve. Between January 12 and 14, Tasmac netted a revenue of ₹675.19 crore.
State to install Pennycuick statue in UK
THE Tamil Nadu government will install a statue of Colonel John Pennycuick, British engineer who built the Mullaiperiyar Dam, in his native town of Camberley in England, announced Chief Minister MK Stalin. Tamils in Camberley have obtained permission from St Peter’s Church for installing the statue at a park.
Past shows SP is anti-SC party, says Mayawati
AMID several leaders from the BJP shifting allegiance to the Samajwadi Party (SP) saying it worked for the backward classes, BSP chief Mayawati on Saturday mocked them saying the SP’s past record showed its “anti-Dalit” approach. The former CM also clarified that she would not contest the Assembly polls, but take the legislative council route, if her party formed government in the hindi heartland state.
Jan 16 to become Start-up Day, announces Modi
PM holds interaction with 150 entrepreneurs, says they are the backbone of new India
HAS DIPLOMATIC DIALOGUE ON UKRAINE REACHED A DEAD END?
Failure of US and Russia to find a solution to fizzing tensions has increased the risk of war
JALLIKATTU TRAMPLES COVID-19 PROTOCOL
Social distancing goes for a toss as hundreds of people crowd to watch the sport in Madurai and Tiruchy; winners bag cars, motorcycles
Growing greens, lifting spirits
AT Balaji Garden, a remote residential area in the fifth ward of Marakanam town panchayat, 30 kids trek to the Anganwadi for a day's meal. The rural childcare centre is a haven for them, including twelve kids belonging to the Narikurava community, some of who call the pavements of the Marakanam to Tindivanam Road their home.
Dharam Sansad organiser arrested
YATI Narsinghananda, organiser of Dharam Sansad where alleged hate speeches against Muslims were delivered, was arrested by Haridwar police Saturday late evening. However, according to police sources, he was not arrested for hate speech but for an old case in which he is accused of making derogatory remarks against women.
Bengal civic elections deferred by three weeks
The West Bengal election Commission on Saturday deferred civic polls in four municipal corporations by three weeks in the wake of the surge in Covid-19 cases. The elections will be held on February 15, instead of January 22.
RISING STAR ULAD SUHORUCHKO 25-YEAR-OLD UKRAINIAN BEAST!
In the USA, we tend to see a large portion of pro bodybuilders who were standout football players and wrestlers in their younger years.
THE SEARCHERS GUITARIST/ VOCALIST MIKE PENDER REMINISCES ABOUT THE BRITISH INVASION AND THE HONOR OF RECEIVING A PRESTIGIOUS AWARD FROM PRINCE CHARLES IN 2020.
...were made for walking bass-lines, says Slyboots bassist Margaret LaBombard
SGT. PEPPER'S LONELY HEARTS CLUB BAND – THE IMMERSIVE EXPERIENCE LAUNCHES IN LIVERPOOL
Tate Liverpool and National Museums Liverpool, with a little help from The Beatles and Dolby Laboratories, today launched a unique experiential presentation of Sgt. Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band in Dolby Atmos®, as a Christmas gift to the city.
Liverpool go second with easy win over Brentford
Liverpool climbed to second in the Premier League after goals from Fabinho, Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain and Takumi Minamino earned them a 3-0 win over Brentford at Anfield on Sunday.
Pedro stuns Newcastle as Watford get last-gasp point
Joao Pedro snatched a priceless victory from Newcastle’s grasp as Watford struck late to deny them a foothold in the fight for Premier League survival. The Portuguese frontman headed the Hornets level three minutes from time to stun the locals among a crowd of 52,223 at St James’ Park and claim a 1-1 draw.
Zen and the art of drama in a kitchen
STEPHEN Graham has said shooting the film Boiling Point in one take was the most Zen acting experience of his life.
Arsenal earns gritty draw at Liverpool despite Xhaka red
WE NEED TO TALK ABOUT. . . AUSTRALIA DAY
The lawyer, activist and Wiradjuri and Wailwan woman explains why January 26 could be a day of healing
I'm desperate to make our way back to Wembley
KLOPP REJECTS CLAIMS CLUB DO NOT RATE DOMESTIC CUPS