This domain is for sale. E-mail

New York Times

Singaporeans and World Leaders Gather for Final Farewell to Lee Kuan Yew
New York Times
“Despite being small, Singapore's voice is heard, and we enjoy far more influence on the world stage than we have any reason to expect,” his son said in the eulogy. He also talked about his father's continual thirst for knowledge, saying, for instance ...
Thousands gather with world leaders for Lee Kuan Yew's funeral in SingaporeThe Guardian
World leaders past and present attend State Funeral for Mr Lee Kuan YewChannel News Asia
World figures attend funeral of Singapore's Lee Kuan YewDaily Mail
Business Insider
all 1,404 news articles »


Australia triumphs in cricket World Cup
The tragedy cast an pall over the season and overshadowed the build up to cricket's 50-over showpiece, which was staged in New Zealand and Australia. "We played this World Cup with 16 players and tonight is dedicated to our little brother Phillip ...
Australia Dedicates Cricket World Cup Win to Late TeammateTIME
Michael Clarke dedicates Australia's World Cup win to Phillip HughesThe Guardian
Cricket World Cup 2015: Australia crush New Zealand in finalBBC News
New York Times
all 3,355 news articles »

New York Times

Confidence Flows on Both Sides for World Cup Final
New York Times
Australia and New Zealand have co-hosted the 2015 Cricket World Cup. They have dominated it on the field. And on Sunday, they will go head-to-head to determine who will be the world champion in cricket's greatest arena, the 100,000-seat Melbourne ...
Australia vs.New Zealand in Cricket World Cup Final: As It HappenedWall Street Journal (blog)
ICC Cricket World Cup Final 2015 – the Grand Finale!International Cricket Council
Cricket Australia CEO James Sutherland hopes for quicker World Cup in 2019Sydney Morning Herald
BBC Sport -CNN
all 5,275 news articles »


Stats: Australia's high five, batsmen rule in World Cup
After six weeks, the 2015 ICC Cricket World Cup comes to an end and Australia are the champions for the fifth time. This tournament has seen plenty of records in both batting and bowling. Here is a look at the statistics from the knockout stages of the ...

and more »

Wall Street Journal

Swiss group Dufry snaps up Italian rival
Financial Times
Italy's Benetton family has made €1.3bn selling its stake in World Duty Free to Switzerland's Dufry in a deal that creates the world's biggest travel retailer. The deal, announced late on Saturday between the Benetton family's Edizione holding company ...
Dufry Nears Purchase of World Duty FreeWall Street Journal
Dufry to buy Italy's World Duty Free in $3.8 billion dealReuters
Dufry to buy Italy's World Duty Free in $3.8B dealToronto Sun

all 43 news articles »


Prince Bishop Wins Dubai World Cup, California Chrome 2nd
ABC News
Prince Bishop pulled away from favorite California Chrome on the home straight and won the $10 million Dubai World Cup by 2 ¾ lengths at Meydan Racecourse on Saturday. Starting from the inside post, jockey William Buick rode Prince Bishop to his first ...
Dubai World CupESPN
Prince Bishop wins Dubai World CupReuters
In Dubai To Take On The World, California Chrome Falls ShortForbes
The Guardian
all 393 news articles »

Girl Meets World: "Girl Meets First Date" Review
Yep, pretty much. Considering this was the last episode of Girl Meets World: Season 1, I thought "Girl Meets First Date" would have ended on a more meaningful, poignant note. Unfortunately, that wasn't really the case. Instead, the episode just kind of ...

and more »

World Cup 2015: Sachin Tendulkar Cheered on by MCG Crowd
Melbourne: He doesn't enthrall with his willow anymore but Indian cricket icon Sachin Tendulkar got one of the loudest cheers at the presentation ceremony of the ICC World Cup final as he shared the stage with administrative bigwigs.(Srinivasan ...
Tendulkar presents Player of the Match, Series awardsIndia Today

all 24 news articles »

The Guardian

Binyamin Netanyahu denounces Iran nuclear negotiations
The Guardian
US secretary of state, John Kerry, far left, at a meeting with Iranian officials in Lausanne. Photograph: Brendan Smialowski/AFP/Getty Images. Julian Borger in Lausanne. Sunday 29 March 2015 09.09 EDT Last modified on Sunday 29 March 2015 14.37 EDT.

and more »

N. Srinivasan Defends 10-Team World Cup in 2019
Melbourne: The Associate cricket nations might be fuming at the prospect of a 10-team World Cup in 2019, but ICC chief N. Srinivasan on Sunday said they had no reason to feel left out as the format gives them a good chance at qualifying for the mega-event.
World Cup not 'window dressing' for associate members - ICCBBC Sport
ICC Chairman hails ICC Cricket World Cup 2015 as “most popular in history”International Cricket Council
N Srinivasan to give away World Cup trophy, Kamal sidelined: reportsIBNLive
Times of India -The New Indian Express
all 51 news articles »

Google News