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West Brom 3-2 Birmingham: Jake Livermore strikes to give Baggies all three points in five-goal thriller

West Brom 3-2 Birmingham: Jake Livermore strikes to give Baggies all three points in five-goal thriller

Sports
LIV-LEY STUFF West Brom were forced to come from behind twice against a spirited Birmingham side Jake Livermore scored the winner as West Bromwich Albion came from behind twice to win a thrilling match 3-2 against Birmingham City. Gary Gardner headed the visitors ahead on seven minutes at the Hawthorns, but Dwight Gayle levelled two minutes after the break. Livermore scores with a superb strike Birmingham were back in front when Lukas Jutkiewicz netted his first goal in 22 games, but it was 2-2 when Jay Rodriguez sent Lee Camp the wrong way from the penalty spot. Gayle’s cross was half-heartedly cleared by Harlee Dean and Che Adams, leaving Livermore to thunder the ball into the net for what proved to be the decisive goal. More
New Zealand 'will give gunman nothing – not even his name', PM vows

New Zealand 'will give gunman nothing – not even his name', PM vows

World
New Zealand's prime minister has promised to deny the mosque terror attacker notoriety, saying she will never refer to him by name.Jacinda Ardern was speaking as parliament met for the first time since 50 people were killed in Christchurch on Friday. "He sought many things from his act of terror, but one was notoriety - and that is why you will never hear me mention his name", said Miss Ardern."We in New Zealand will give him nothing - not even his name," she added. Image: A banner of defiance lies among the flowers in the city's botanical gardens Image: A St John Ambulance member comforts a woman outside the al Noor mosque There are concerns that the suspect - believed to be behind a lengthy "manifesto" pu...
Can mutual funds give multibagger returns like stocks?

Can mutual funds give multibagger returns like stocks?

Finance
Stocks can be multibaggers. They can offer extraordinary returns in a very short period. Can mutual funds ever do that? This was a question thrown at Rajeev Thakkar, Chief Investment officer, PPFAS Mutual Fund, at the ET Wealth Investment Workshop, held at Delhi on February 15. Thakkar explained to the participants at the ninth edition of ETWIW that the idea of a mutual fund is to average out the risk by investing in a basket of securities. “Mutual funds are designed in a manner where they will give an average of total stocks held in the portfolio. If a mutual fund scheme has 25 stocks, the scheme’s return will neither be that of the worst stock, nor that of the best stock,” said Thakkar. This way, returns also get average out," he added. Then am I not better off investin...
Manchester United 0-2 Paris Saint-Germain: Presnel Kimpembe and Kylian Mbappe give Red Devils mountain to climb in Champions League last 16

Manchester United 0-2 Paris Saint-Germain: Presnel Kimpembe and Kylian Mbappe give Red Devils mountain to climb in Champions League last 16

Sports
frustrating night Ole Gunnar Solskjaer's men conceded two away goals without reply and saw their star player Paul Pogba sent off in the dying stages PSG took control of their Champions League last 16 clash against Manchester United with a 2-0 victory in the first leg at Old Trafford. Two priceless away goals from Presnel Kimpembe and Kylian Mbappe ensured the French champions take a commanding lead back to the Parc des Princes. Mbappe doubled PSG’s lead A frustrating night for Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s men went from bad to worse as Paul Pogba was sent off, meaning he will miss the second-leg in Paris. Former United man Angel Di Maria was heavily involved throughout, providing the assist for both goals after receiving a hostile r...
Minority hospitals less likely to give end of life relief, study says

Minority hospitals less likely to give end of life relief, study says

Health
Feb. 1 (UPI) -- Hospitals that primarily serve people of color are less likely to provide relief from the stress of a serious illness, regardless of the person's race, a new study says. Only about 22 percent of white patients with metastatic cancer received palliative care, according to research published Friday in JAMA Network Open. "We knew that black and Hispanic cancer patients receive palliative care at lower rates than white patients, but until now, we didn't know why. Was it just that doctors were not offering these services to their black and Hispanic patients? Or is there some other factor at play?" said Alexander Cole, a researcher at the Center for Surgery and Public Health at the Brigham and Women's Hospital, in a news release. Overall, the study included more than 600,000 ind...