Riyadh: Athletic Bilbao substitute Nico Williams struck late in the second half to give the Spanish Super Cup holders a 2-1 come-from-behind win over LaLiga champions Atletico Madrid in Thursday's semifinal.
Bilbao set up a showpiece clash on Sunday against Real Madrid, who beat Barcelona 3-2 on Wednesday.
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LIfeline Musi 22nd Most Toxic River In World, Virtual Drug Lab
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Post-Babri, SC to hear petition today challenging Gyanvapi mosque survey
Masjid Body Cites 1991 Act, But Validity Of That Legislation Is Under Challenge
ASI releases pics of closed rooms
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How Divya transformed into the sassy & evil Rohini in Dhaakad
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Milan's 11-year wait for Italian title nearly over
Milan: AC Milan’s lengthy wait for the Italian league title will last another week at least.
Indian men never had it so good
The new millennium was witness to two divas ruling the roost in Indian badminton.
No borrowings, T may dip into FDs to top up coffers
Govt Sought Data On FDS From Banks
TSCHE announces big rejig, all courses open to all students
From the 202223 academic years onwards, students without political science, public administration, and economics background will be allowed to take these courses at the postgraduate level.
GHMC gears up to tackle dengue ahead of monsoon
As part of pre-monsoon preparedness, the entomology wing of Greater Hyderabad Municipal Corporation (GHMC) has begun preparing to prevent the spread of dengue and other vector-borne.
Triumph Of Our Storytellers
Union I&B minister underlines the significance of India being the Country of Honour at Cannes
The Prince of Oil
Saudi Prince Abdulaziz bin Salman, the most powerful man in oil, navigates unruly OPEC+ nations, huge swings in price and production—and the end of fossil fuels
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IT LOOKS LIKE a woman’s world on the 29th floor of Tamkeen Tower, where a call center for Saudi Arabia’s General Authority for Statistics overlooks the beige sprawl of Riyadh. Past frosted glass doors, the few men to one side of the room are vastly outnumbered by female colleagues sitting at desks spread across the office.
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GLOBAL AUTO SALON
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Now They're Taking On Saudı Arabia
Paint fumes lingered inside the airy new studio, where my thighs were burning from the endless squats.
Renacer - Bilbao
Bilbao se ha convertido en la metáfora perfecta de cómo la cultura afecta a la vida de una ciudad, transformando la visión que el mundo tiene de ella. Viajamos a una meca moderna.
UN and US press for broader Yemen truce after unilateral moves
United Nations and United States envoys yesterday welcomed unilateral truce moves by Yemen’s warring sides as encouraging steps, while stressing the need for a more comprehensive ceasefire that would help alleviate a dire humanitarian crisis.
PM ‘will make oil plea to Saudis'
BORIS Johnson is set to urge Saudi Arabia to pump more oil to help slash petrol prices in Britain.
Oil supplies: Anger at PM's plan to travel to Saudi to boost output
Boris Johnson is under fire over a planned trip to Saudi Arabia to push for an increase in oil output despite an outcry over the regime’s biggest ever mass execution and growing fears the prime minister may try to limit media scrutiny of the trip.
Saudi Arabia announces discovery of 5 natural gas fields
Aramco awarded a raft of contracts in November for development of $110 bn Jafurah gas field