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(Reuters) - Former England striker Alan Shearer criticised the handling of a head injury to Sheffield United defender George Baldock in Saturday's 2-1 defeat by Leeds United, calling for the introduction of temporary concussion substitutes.
(Reuters) - Leeds United winger Jack Harrison credited a sports psychologist with helping him after his outstanding performance in his side's 2-1 win over Sheffield United in the Premier League on Saturday.
LEEDS, England (Reuters) -Leeds United winger Jack Harrison netted in the first half and his cross led to an own goal in the second as his side moved into the Premier League's top 10 with a 2-1 win over bottom side Sheffield United on Saturday.
MADRID (Reuters) - Sergio Ramos might be famous for helping keep the ball out of the Real Madrid net, but on Thursday the club captain scored an own goal off the pitch in Catalonia.
NEW DELHI (Reuters) - India's technology minister on Thursday said video streaming services have to be "responsible and accountable" for their shows and movies, defending rules introduced last month that regulate such content.
MUMBAI (Reuters) - Controversy in India over Amazon's political drama "Tandav" has put Bollywood and global video streaming giants on edge, prompting a closer scrutiny of scripts for possible offence to religious sentiments in a key growth market.
NEW DELHI (Reuters) - Amazon.com Inc's Prime Video streaming service on Tuesday issued a rare apology to its Indian viewers for some scenes in its original political drama series "Tandav", which allegedly offended Hindu religious beliefs.
India joined the global regulatory push to rein in Silicon Valley technology giants, tightening rules that govern how social media and streaming companies do business in the world’s biggest democracy.
NEW DELHI (Reuters) - Chafing from a dispute with Twitter, India plans to oblige social media companies to erase contentious content fast and assist investigations, according to a draft regulation.
(Reuters) - All Premier League fixtures will continue to be available on live television in the United Kingdom until fans are allowed to return to stadiums, England's top flight league announced on Wednesday.