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'I'll punch your face in for you' – Tyson Fury aims foul-mouthed tirade on Instagram at British rival Tony Bellew

'I'll punch your face in for you' – Tyson Fury aims foul-mouthed tirade on Instagram at British rival Tony Bellew

Sports
Tyson Fury and Tony Bellew Tuesday, May 29, 2018 The rivalry between Tony Bellew and Tyson Fury has taken a sinister turn after the former heavyweight champion posted an explicit response to ‘The Bomber’ via Instagram. On Sunday, Bellew revealed he would knock his British rival out if the duo ever met in the ring, claiming he was more powerful than the ‘Gypsy King’. When asked if a fight could happen, Bellew told Adam Catterall at UFC Liverpool: “I work on the biggest platform mate. “We do the biggest numbers on Sky Sports so come over and talk to me.” But the banter shared between the pair, which had previously been jovial and nothing more than feisty, took a dark turn when Fury seized his chance t...
HDFC Bank aims expand investment banking, taps talents

HDFC Bank aims expand investment banking, taps talents

Finance
HDFC Bank, the country‚Äôs largest lender by market value, is hiring top investment banking talent to boost its presence in a business holding major promise and close the gap with bulge-bracket Wall Street names that dominate placements at South Asian B-schools. In the past few months, the bank has hired at least 10 top rainmakers from global banks such as HSBC, Standard Chartered Bank, and Macquarie, and the home-grown ICICI Bank. While its ranking in the debt market has been climbing, HDFC Bank is slotted lower in equity offerings where Citi and BoFA-ML dominate. Among local banks, Axis, ICICI and Kotak have significant presence in the equity markets. The bank ranks second in the Bloomberg Bond League table for India while it is way below in the Equity Offering table at 19. “The expa
House of Fraser aims to cut store rents

House of Fraser aims to cut store rents

Business
The House of Fraser department store chain has confirmed that it is seeking to reduce rents on some of its stores.The retailer confirmed that it had written to some landlords asking for their "support".The move, first reported by Sky News, suggests that it could be struggling after a tough Christmas for retailers.House of Fraser, which is due to reveal its Christmas trading figures next week, closed stores in Leicester and Aylesbury, Buckinghamshire, last year.Rival chain Debenhams issued a profit warning this week after reporting disappointing Christmas trading.It said like-for-like sales in the UK fell 2.6% for the 17 weeks to 30 December amid a "volatile and competitive" market.A House of Fraser spokesperson said: "We can confirm that we have contacted some of our landlords asking for t...
Lyon aims to 'end careers' of England players

Lyon aims to 'end careers' of England players

Sports
Australia v England, first Ashes TestDate: 23-27 November Time: 00:00 GMT Venue: Gabba, BrisbaneCoverage: Ball-by-ball Test Match Special commentary on BBC Radio 5 live sports extra, Radio 4 LW and the BBC Sport website. Live text commentary on the BBC Sport website and app. Full coverageOff-spinner Nathan Lyon hopes Australia can "end the careers" of some England players during the Ashes series.Graeme Swann retired in the midst of England's 5-0 defeat in 2013-14, Kevin Pietersen was discarded after the series, and Jonathan Trott and Matt Prior hardly played again. "Being part of that squad, seeing Mitchell Johnson scare them, was unbelievable," said Lyon. "We knew that they were broken. Hopefully we can recreate history."The first Ashes Test starts in Brisbane on Thursday.And, on a day w...
Uefa charges Celtic after fan runs on to pitch 'and aims kick at Mbappe'

Uefa charges Celtic after fan runs on to pitch 'and aims kick at Mbappe'

Sports
Celtic have been charged by Uefa after a fan ran on to the pitch and appeared to aim a kick at Paris St-Germain striker Kylian Mbappe.The incident happened late in the first half of Tuesday's Champions League match at Celtic Park, shortly after the visitors' third goal in a 5-0 win.PSG also face a charge after seats were damaged in the away section. The cases will be dealt with by Uefa's control, ethics and disciplinary body on 19 October.Police Scotland reported seven arrests at the match, including a 21-year-old man charged with alleged pitch incursion and assault.He was taken into custody, along with three other men who were accused of assault, breach of the peace and violating the offensive behaviour at football act 2012.Match report: Celtic 0-5 PSGWe played like under-12s, says Rodger...