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Ex-Formula 1 star Lauda buys back airline he founded

Ex-Formula 1 star Lauda buys back airline he founded

The Anglo-Spanish IAG, which had submitted a new bid, said in a short statement on Tuesday that it was "disappointed that NIKI will not be able to develop and grow stronger as part of the Group". Niki, he said, "has always been my heart and soul". The aviation industry has been in turmoil for more than a year, with British airline Monarch, Italy's Alitalia and Air Berlin entering administration, following intense price competition in Europe .


Wenger: Sanchez situation caused lack of clarity, focus at Arsenal

Wenger: Sanchez situation caused lack of clarity, focus at Arsenal

Chelsea defender Cesar Azpilicueta feels that the club can land more players before the transfer window ends. "Yes it was a little bit a deflected goal on the first and the second one was a bit lucky, but I felt that we controlled the game well in the second half".


Republic Day 2018: List of Padma awardees

Republic Day 2018: List of Padma awardees

Last year, there were 89 winners while in 2015, it was 112. Meanwhile, tennis player Somdev Devvarman and shuttler Kidambi Srikanth arechosen for the Padma Shri . The " Padma Vibhushan " is awarded for exceptional and distinguished service; " Padma Bhushan " for distinguished service of high order and " Padma Shri " for distinguished service in any field.


Zidane admits he is fighting for job after latest humbling

Zidane admits he is fighting for job after latest humbling

Real Madrid star Cristiano Ronaldo says they must not give up in the LaLiga. Zinedine Zidane admits he will be sacked by Real Madrid if the club lose to Paris St Germain in the Champions League . "Right now, we can only fulfil our remaining matches, and that means preparing for the game on February 14". I am angry with myself, not with my players.


Chung's star rises as dream run continues

Chung's star rises as dream run continues

Accompanying the post was a picture carrying the quote: "Maturity is being able to apologize and admit when you're wrong because you know that your mistakes don't define you". 97 Sandgren battled gamely. After converting a break-point chance with a sliding forehand victor down the line late in the second set, Kerber crouched and screamed to celebrate the point and regaining the momentum.