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Tyson Fury looks in unbelievable shape for Anthony Joshua fight as Eddie Hearn insists Wembley still a possible venue

Tyson Fury looks in unbelievable shape for Anthony Joshua fight as Eddie Hearn insists Wembley still a possible venue

Sports
Tyson Fury looks in unbelievable shape for his proposed world heavyweight title unification fight against Anthony Joshua later this year. The WBC and Ring Magazine heavyweight kingpin has not fought since his dominant victory over Deontay Wilder in February 2020. Getty Images - Getty Fury has one belt, Anthony Joshua has three, the winner will leave with all four Eddie Hearn confirmed earlier this month that contracts had been signed for a two-fight deal to take place this year. Yet, there is no confirmation on either the date or venue for the first meeting and it seems as though Saudi Arabia is the frontrunner. Although the Matchroom Boxing chief told talkSPORT Wembley is also a possibility, Fury is doing all he can to ensure he stays...
Watch: GOT7 looks back in ‘7 Years’ anniversary video

Watch: GOT7 looks back in ‘7 Years’ anniversary video

Entertainment
Jan. 15 (UPI) -- South Korean boy band GOT7 is celebrating its seventh anniversary. The K-pop group shared a special video, titled "7 Years with GOT, Friday on its seventh anniversary as a group. Advertisement The video features moments from throughout GOT7's time as a band, including footage of the group performing, dance rehearsals, and candid behind-the-scenes moments. GOT7 made its debut as a group with the EP Got It? in 2014. The group released its debut studio album, Identify, the same year. GOT7's label, JYP Entertainment, confirmed this week that all seven members of the group will leave the agency after their contracts expire next week. The group last released the album Breath of Love: Last Piece in November. The album features the singles "Breath" and "Last Piece." GOT7 consists...
Reserve Bank of India looks to sort out e-KYC matter for non-bank lenders

Reserve Bank of India looks to sort out e-KYC matter for non-bank lenders

Finance
Kolkata: The Reserve Bank of India and the government are working closely on how to allow the digital customer authentication facility to non-bank entities to help them to reach out and cater to a wider section of population, two people familiar with the matter said. This assumes significance amid the spread of coronavirus when physical proximity is best avoidable. At present, only banks are allowed to do customer identification online through OTP (one-time password) based Aadhaar card authentication. The government has been hesitant to give non-banks entities the access to the Unique Identification Authority of India’s (UIDAI) database following the complaints of misuse of it. Non-bank lenders and microfinance companies which are not allowed to do so, are lobbying for similar facilities....

Labor Day is still a good time to buy a car. ‘It just looks a little different this year,’ experts say

Finance
Angus Mordant | Bloomberg | Getty ImagesIf you're hoping to take advantage of special Labor Day car sales, a trade-in could make the purchase a bit less costly than usual.With inventory at dealerships still tight, used cars are fetching a premium. For instance, the average list price for a 2017 model climbed to $ 24,287 in August, up $ 721 from July and up nearly $ 1,500 from June, according to data from Edmunds.com."Car shoppers are experiencing an interesting dynamic right now, because local dealerships may pay more for a popular vehicle this year than in years past," said Matt Smith, deputy editor of CarGurus.com.Car-buying activity has picked up after dropping off at the beginning of the pandemic, although August sales for new cars were an estimated 10% lower than a year earlier, ac...
In a post-coronavirus world, China looks set to grow while the rest of the world contracts

In a post-coronavirus world, China looks set to grow while the rest of the world contracts

Finance
Red flags fly in front of the Great Hall of the People as the third session of the 13th National People's Congress (NPC) opens on May 22, 2020 in Beijing, China.Du Yang | China News Service | Getty ImagesBEIJING — The U.S.-China relationship is at a critical turning point, analysts say, and hints of what the global landscape could look like have emerged in the few days since China's annual parliamentary meeting wrapped up.The highly symbolic congress – which concluded last Thursday after nearly a week of meetings – sent a strong signal to its people that China has overcome the disease, and that business is quickly getting back to normal. Beijing also used the gathering to introduce a new security bill for the special administrative region of Hong Kong, which enjoys a semi-au...