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  1. Tourists from Tokyo's universities, plant rice seedlings in a paddy field, near Tokyo Electric Power Co's tsunami-crippled Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power plant, during a rice planting event in Namie town, Fukushima prefecture, Japan May 19, 2018....
  2. Team Costa Rica had acquired the nickname 'The Gold Shorties' in the late forties and they have been regular at making their presence felt at all important football tournaments. Their expedition through the 2018 World Cup qualifying phase has had its fair share of ups and downs. Looking at the erratic performance the team has shown in the 2018 qualifiers, critics say that Costa Rica seems to have lost that golden touch they exhibited in Brazil 2014 and that their “golden generation” has already seen its best years pass. For 2018, the team qualified by beating USA and Trinidad & Tobago who were not competitive enough to reach even the play-offs. History With its long standing football culture and tradition, Costa Rica is unarguably a strong national football team that has had a lineage in the history of Central America. In the list of its achievements are three CONCACAF Championships (1963, 1969 and 1989) and a reputation of leading the pack with an impressive eight championships in the Copa Centroamericana. With an all-time highest Elo ranking in Central America, Costa Rica has the distinction of playing in four FIFA World Cup editions. Source: Reuters Finishing first in a group of all former World Cup champions-Uruguay, Italy, and England in 2014 would be remembered as Costa Rica's best performance in history. Current Form Undoubtedly, Costa Rica has had a superb start to the final qualifying round after beating Trinidad & Tobago (2-0) and USA (4-0). But apart from these two victories, defeat against Mexico and a draw with Honduras turned out to be a dampener on their winning streak. Placed in Group E, Costa Rica will play their first game against Serbia on followed by Brazil five days later, and finally with Switzerland five days after that. The talented midfielder Oscar Ramírez, aged 52, who was part of the Costa Rica squad that secured a place in the knockout stages at Italia 90, is now at the helm of the team's affairs as their coach. Source: Reuters Team Costa Rica is to a large extent, a repeat of the squad that made the world sit up and take notice at Brazil in 2014. Prominent names include Giancarlo Gonzalez, Oscar Duarte, Celso Borges, Yeltsin Tejeda, Christian Bolanos and Marcos Urena. Among these are also European-based stars such as Keylor Navas, Bryan Ruiz and Joel Campbell. Keeping in mind their poor performance in friendlies against Spain and Hungary, the team should improve upon their faults in formation and coordination. Expectations Being in the best of form is a concern with Joel Campbell and Bryan Ruiz owing to their injuries. It is expected that players such as Jimmy Marin, Randall Leal and Gerson Torres, all aged 20, would reverse the run of bad form. It could be expected that Costa Rica qualify for the knockout stage in second place behind Brazil. They have to focus on scoring really well in their matches against Serbia and Switzerland. Costa Rica will be one of the few teams that rely on five at the back, so that the goal defended by their star player, Keylor Navas gets full cover. Source: Reuters Costa Rica World Cup Squad GOALKEEPERS: Keylor Navas (Real Madrid), Patrick Pemberton (Liga Deportiva Alajuelense), Leonel Moreira (Herediano). DEFENDERS: Cristian Gamboa (Celtic), Ian Smith (Norrkoping), Ronald Matarrita (New York City), Bryan Oviedo (Sunderland), Oscar Duarte (Espanyol), Giancarlo Gonzalez (Bologna), Francisco Calvo (Minnesota United), Kendall Waston (Vancouver Whitecaps), Johnny Acosta (Aguilas Dorados). MIDFIELDERS: David Guzman (Portland Timbers), Yeltsin Tejeda (Lausanne-Sport), Celso Borges (Deportivo La Coruna), Randall Azofeifa (Herediano), Rodney Wallace (New York City), Bryan Ruiz (Sporting Lisbon), Daniel Colindres, Christian Bolanos (both Saprissa). FORWARDS: Johan Venegas (Saprissa), Joel Campbell (Real Betis), Marco Urena (Los Angeles FC).
  3. The Video Assistant Referee or VAR technology has been one of the most talked about points leading up to the World Cup. FIFA passed the order to include VAR as part of the World Cup, even though this technology hasn't been used in many top football leagues yet. Not that the tech has received positive responses from associations or its fans It is still presumed to be at its initial stage and this World Cup is more of an experiment. Some blame it for killing the spirit of the game and fear it will break the rhythm of some high profile, intense games of football at the tournament. Source: Reuters VAR was promoted to eradicate cheating or wrong decisions which were costing teams precious points in meaningful games. The technology has hardly done anything to curb bad choices; instead it has stirred up controversies when it's been put to use. To be fair on the tech there was hardly any excitement when it was announced that VAR would be used at the World Cup and when it was finally used in the France-Australia game, it disappointed and possibly robbed the Australians of a hard-earned point. It looked like Australian defender Josh Risdon clipped France forward Antoine Griezmann just inside the penalty area, but the referee waved play on. Moments later VAR was called for and controversially decided to award France the penalty. Sure, replays showed there was contact on Griezmann, but nearly three minutes were wasted in making the decision itself. VAR is controversial because it could kill the tempo of a more high profile game, like the final. With France opening the scoring with that penalty, VAR didn't cause any more stirs during the game, although technology was to come in handy later on. Soon after the first goal, Australia was awarded a penalty and Mile Jedinak scored to equalise against France. Paul Pogba then emerged to be the star for France as he grabbed a late winner, after some brilliant short passing moves and the Manchester United midfielder clipping the ball over goalkeeper Ryan. Source: Reuters Technology again aided the match-winning goal after it was unclear if Pogba's shot had cleared the line. But goal-line technology, the less controversial cousin of VAR provided an accurate analysis of the shot and the referee awarded the goal to France. Ironically, Pogba who has been heavily criticised for his recent dip in form was aided by technology against Australia to prove his doubters wrong. He was also involved in the first goal as it was his pass to Griezmann that led to the initial penalty. As for VAR, it has a long journey to go in Russia. Many decisions ruled with the help of VAR might be accurate in some regards, but it sure is killing the game's tempo and momentum of teams who are on an offensive spree. Slowly it could become a highly dependable source for necessary decisions and effectively rule over the outcome of many forthcoming essential matches at the World Cup in Russia.
  4. PM Modi, after nominating a plethora of Indian celebrities to come and join the 'fit India movement', has finally taken the challenge himself. Modi released the video on twitter this morning. Here are moments from my morning exercises. Apart from Yoga, I walk on a track inspired by the Panchtatvas or 5 elements of nature - Prithvi, Jal, Agni, Vayu, Aakash. This is extremely refreshing and rejuvenating. I also practice breathing exercises. #HumFitTohIndiaFit pic.twitter.com/km3345GuV2 — Narendra Modi (@narendramodi) June 13, 2018 In the video, PM Modi is seen doing a mix of multiple exercises, mostly walking and inspired by five elements of nature – Earth, water, fire, air and sky. A lot of people had criticised PM Modi for not taking up the fitness challenge even though he had nominated a lot of Indian celebrities including Virat Kohli for the same. Even though he has now finally taken up the challenge, twitter wasn't too impressed. This is how our first Prime Minister Nehru ji performed yoga. This should be #FitnessChallenge pic.twitter.com/qZMGovpybY — Simmi Ahuja #WeBelieveInST (@SimmiAhuja_) June 13, 2018 Modi failed in GST implementation Modi failed in job creation. Modi failed in protecting Farmers. Modi failed in poverty alleviation. Modi failed in governance. Modi failed in Doklam. Modi failed in Kashmir. But bhakts are very Happy that Modi Passed in #fitnesschallange — KTL (@K_T_L) June 13, 2018 How fit is our country? Crime, internal conflict, political terror, external threats, terrorism and so on cost us 9% of our GDP. To give perspective- India lost over a trillion PPP dollars because of all this. #FitnessChallenge, #fitnesschallange, #fitIndia. pic.twitter.com/rSyXyGD92J — Atul Thakur (@Data_Weak) June 13, 2018 The PM also nominated Karnataka's Chief Minister HD Kumaraswamy and tennis player Manika Batra along with the entire IPS fraternity to take up the fitness challenge. I am delighted to nominate the following for the #FitnessChallenge: Karnataka's CM Shri @hd_kumaraswamy. India's pride and among the highest medal winners for India in the 2018 CWG, @manikabatra_TT. The entire fraternity of brave IPS officers, especially those above 40. — Narendra Modi (@narendramodi) June 13, 2018 While Manika Batra happily accepted the challenge, H D Kumaraswamy politely declined on twitter. Dear @narendramodi ji I am honoured& thankU very much for d concern about my health I believe physical fitness is imptnt for all&support d cause. Yoga-treadmill r part of my daily workout regime. Yet, I am more concerned about devlpment fitness of my state&seek ur support for it. — CM of Karnataka (@CMofKarnataka) June 13, 2018
  5. LAHORE: The chief of the Pakistan Awami Tehreek (PAT) stressed Saturday night that it was more pertinent to ponder whether "thieves" would be elected again or not than if the general elections would be held on time.Speaking outside Allama Iqbal...
  6. What is the most you have shelled on a swanky hotel room? There are two faces of a vacation – the place and the hotel. While sometimes we want to go crazy exploring a place, the food, and the culture, there are times we just want to let everything go and get pampered to our very core. After all, who doesn't love luxury? And luxury often comes at a price that's more than what our plebeian souls can afford. But that doesn't mean we cant stop dreaming about it. We looked at 10 insanely lavish hotel rooms that are so expensive we couldn't afford them even after selling both our kidneys. Someday…. 1. Royal Penthouse Suite, Hotel President Wilson, Geneva, Switzerland Price: Rs 54 lakh per night (approx.) © Hotel President Wilson Switzerland is one of the most beautiful places in the world but also the costliest. Swiss luxury is what dreams are made of. And the country boasts of offering the most expensive hotel suite in the world. The Royal Penthouse Suite at Hotel President Wilson in Geneva comes at a price tag of $80,000 per night (approx Rs 54 lakh per night). Wonder if Ranveer Singh and Deepika Padkuone will stay here if they have a Swiss wedding. © Hotel President Wilson But the insane amount buys you an insane amount of luxury as well. The suite, that has seen the likes of former US president Bill Clinton and Microsoft founder Bill Gates, houses 12 luxury bedrooms with aesthetically done marble bathrooms and a Jacuzzi facing the lake. For Rs 54 lakh a night, you get access to breathtaking views of the Swiss Alps from a luxury penthouse. Worth it? Only when someone else is paying! 2. Grand Penthouse, The Mark Hotel, New York City Price: Rs 50.5 lakh a night © themarkhotel © themarkhotel This is the stuff American rom com movies are made of. The Grand Penthouse at the Mark Hotel offers majestic views of Central Park in New York with a private terrace and an exclusive room service from celebrity chef Jean-Georges Vongerichten's kitchen. The price of this luxury in the heart of Manhattan is not cheap – a night here costs $75,000 (Rs 50.5 lakh). 3. Maharajah Pavilion, Raj Palace, Jaipur, India Price: 43.8 lakh per night (approx.) © rajpalace India may be a third world country, but we sure know how to do luxury right. We are the land of the maharajas, after all. The extravagant Maharajah pavilion at Raj Palace in Jaipur is a royal palace in itself. From the interiors to the service, everything here screams royalty. It doesn't come cheap, of course. It costs $65,000 (Rs 43.8 lakh) to stay a night here. Think you can make it? 4. Ty Warner Penthouse, Four Seasons, New York City Price: Rs 34 lakh a night (approx.) © Four Seasons Space is always a luxury in New York, one of the busiest and costliest cities in the world. The Ty Warner Penthouse at Four Seasons in New York starts at $50,000 a night (that's approximately Rs 34 lakh a night). We could fly to America and back 34 times with that money! Never mind that the penthouse is royally and artistically done and overlooks the magnificent New York skyline from its 52-storeyed-height. © Four Seasons The suite's master bathroom houses an infinity soak tub that gives you views of Central Perk as you enjoy a relaxing dip in the tub fitted with luxury facilities we haven't even heard of. We could buy a house in a small town with that money. Just saying. 5. The Royal Villa, Grand Resort Lagonissi, Athens, Greece Price: Rs 33.7 lakh for a night (approx.) © lagonissiresort There's nothing as luxurious as a Greek honeymoon. The Royal Villa in Grand Resort Lagonissi in Greece is one of the most extravagant hotel suites in the world. You will have to shell out $50,000 (Rs 33.7 lakh) a night. The Greeks know how to offer luxury and the villa comes with its own private beach, a VIP vehicle (a helicopter or a limousine), a butler, a pianist (holy moly!) and a personal trainer! Add to it stunning views of the Aegean Sea and two private pools, and this becomes the perfect Greek holiday. 6. Penthouse Suite, Hotel Cala di Volpe, Sardinia, Italy Price: Rs 27.8 lakh (approx.) © caladivolpe After Virat and Anushka's dream wedding in Italy, we all thought that was one hell of a wedding destination and our girlfriends had us almost convinced too. The Penthouse Suite in Hotel Cala di Volpe comes at a steep price of $41,177 (Rs 27.8 lakh) but its private pool, wine cellar and a stunning views of the Italian coastline kind of make up for it. 7. Sky Villa, Palms Casino Resort, Las Vegas Price: Rs 23.5 lakh for a weekend (approx.) © thepalms A vacation in Las Vegas is a once-in-a-lifetime event for most of us who dream of at least one fantasy bachelors' party at the destination. There's no dearth of people loaded with money and willing to shell out a bomb on things, but this is another level altogether. A weekend at the Sky Villa at Palms Casino Resort in Las Vegas will make you poorer by $35,000 (which is almost Rs 23.5 lakh). The villa on rent houses beautiful terraces, massage rooms and a glass-encased pool. The only way we can afford to step in one of these lavish hotel rooms is if we were housekeeping. Disclaimer: The prices listed here are approximated values and may vary according to the respective hotel's policies and inclusions.
  7. Over the years, the world of cricket has witnessed many stars etching their names in the history books on the back of sublimes performances. While the consistency and might of Sir Don Bradman allowed him to become one of the greats, Sachin Tendulkar's fluent stroke-play saw him reach the pinnacle of the sport. Similarly, in the recent years, cricket has seen the rise of Virat Kohli, Steve Smith and Kane Williamson, who have staked their claim as the modern-day greats. Though they continue to win accolades with their ever-surprising batting skills, there is one man who seems to have carved his own niche - the kind that allowed the cricket fraternity to see beyond the obvious. © BCCL AB de Villiers is undoubtedly the pioneer of the concept of what we all have come to know as the '360 player'. As solid as he has been in his technique, De Villiers' innovation and out-of-the-box thinking graced the game and fans with shots that no one thought were possible. While many bowlers plan and strategise in advance to outwit the opposition batsmen, there is literally nothing they can do against the swashbuckling De Villiers. If his reverse-sweep sixes and crazy scoops from outside the off stump sent us all in delirium, De Villiers' freakish athleticism also appears to have set new standards in the fielding department. He can dive, jump, lunge and even pluck the ball out of thin air. Clearly, there's nothing this man can't do on the cricket field. And, that's exactly why ABD has managed to create a massive fanbase across the globe. © BCCL But, on 23rd May, cricket fans all over the world were handed a massive blow after the South African legend announced his retirement from all forms of international cricket. In his official statement, De Villiers said: "I have decided to retire from all international cricket with immediate effect". I've made a big decision today pic.twitter.com/In0jyquPOK — AB de Villiers (@ABdeVilliers17) May 23, 2018 "After 114 Test matches, 228 ODI's and 78 T20 Internationals, it is time for others to take over. I have had my turn, and to be honest, I am tired. This is a tough decision, I have thought long and hard about it and I'd like to retire while still playing decent cricket. After the fantastic series wins against India and Australia, now feels like the right time to step aside," he added. The news of his retirement sent shockwaves across the cricket fraternity as many individuals wished it was a rumour. And, the fact that his Twitter video, where he revealed the big decision, has garnered over 38k likes and 25.9k comments shows what this special cricketer meant to the world. Here's a look at five heartfelt reactions that prove we'll never see another like AB de Villiers: 'Cricket Will Be Poorer Without You' Congratulations @ABdeVilliers17 , the most loved cricketer in the world, on a wonderful career. International cricket will be poorer without you, but you will continue to be celebrated by cricket fans around the world pic.twitter.com/uA7CBlYE9F — Virender Sehwag (@virendersehwag) May 23, 2018 'Mr 360, You'll Be Missed' Like your on-field game, may you have 360-degree success off the field as well. You will definitely be missed, @ABdeVilliers17. My best wishes to you! pic.twitter.com/LWHJWNXcVG — Sachin Tendulkar (@sachin_rt) May 23, 2018 'One Of The Best' One of the best! Wish you all the best ABð amazing player but above all that great guy... ð https://t.co/njEZLnuPit — Mahela Jayawardena (@MahelaJay) May 23, 2018 'Biggest Entertainer In Last Decade' The biggest entertainer in the last decade has bid goodbye to International cricket...your absence will be felt, AB. Cricket will be poorer. Wish you all the best for your future endeavours. Go well @ABdeVilliers17 ðð — Aakash Chopra (@cricketaakash) May 23, 2018 'GREAT GREAT Player' Such a shame for international cricket @ABdeVilliers17 ... But he has been an unbelievable advert to how I would have loved to have played all 3 formats .. GREAT GREAT Player ... Top 3 that I have ever seen .. #AB — Michael Vaughan (@MichaelVaughan) May 23, 2018 'Mr. Popular' The fans gave @ABdeVilliers17 a second home in Bengaluru but all over India there will be disappointment. He is the most popular overseas cricketer to play in India. — Harsha Bhogle (@bhogleharsha) May 23, 2018