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  • World Cup 2014: Argentina-Germany final breaks social media records July 15, 2014

    Rio de Janeiro: The hard-fought thrilling World Cup final between Germany and Argentina set new Twitter and Facebook records as the encounter was trending on all social media platforms. The final set a new Twitter record of 618,725 tweets per minute discussing the match, according to a data. Facebook also said the...
  • World Cup 2014: This sadness will last for life, says Mascherano July 14, 2014

    Rio de Janeiro: Argentina midfielder Javier Mascherano said that the sadness caused by losing the World Cup final will last forever. "This sadness will be forever. It was our chance to win the title," Mascherano said after his team lost the World Cup final 0-1 to Germany in extra time, reports...
  • World Cup 2014: Neymar's agent calls Scolari 'old jerk' July 10, 2014

    Brasilia: Neymar's agent Wagner Ribeiro described Brazil's coach Luiz Felipe Scolari as an "old jerk" after the Selecao lost 1-7 at the hands of Germany in the World Cup semi-final on Tuesday. "One - being Portugal's coach and winning nothing, two - going to Chelsea and being sacked the following day,...
  • World Cup 2014: Germany and France end African hopes, Suarez sorry July 1, 2014

    Brasilia: Germany and France snuffed out African hopes and reached the World Cup quarter-finals on Monday with hard-won victories over Algeria and Nigeria, while Uruguay striker Luis Suarez broke his silence to apologise for biting. Both European powerhouses struggled for their wins, France needing late goals to see off African champions...
  • World Cup 2014: Who'll make it? Scenarios before group finales June 23, 2014

    Belo Horizonte: With the final round of games about to start in the World Cup groups, there is plenty to play for and a plethora of permutations for many of the 32 teams competing for glory in Brazil. Here are the main possibilities based on the latest standings. GROUP A Qualified: No-one Eliminated: Cameroon Still...
  • Germany not in favour of executing Bhullar June 17, 2011

    New Delhi: The German Ambassador to India Thomas Matussek has said that Germany will appeal to India not to execute Khalistani terrorist Devender Pal Bhullar. He said the German court which extradited him to India, did so erroneously, and without the full facts of the case before it. "Our government...