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The year 2021 is winding down and the sports world has seen plenty of ups and downs, from record-breaking achievements to heart-breaking moments. When it comes to the athletes, the top names have once again made their mark in their respective fields and a quite a number of familiar names in the world of sports have made their way into the list of World’s Most Admired Rankings Men 2021, issued by yougov.com. Check out the full list here...
In 2013, Bo was joined at the White House by a second Portuguese water dog, Sunny, after Michelle Obama said that Bo needed more interaction with other dogs, according to NYT. "As a family, we will miss Bo dearly. But we are thankful that he lived such a joyful life full of snuggles, games of fetch and evenings spent lying on the couch," said Michelle Obama.
British adventurer and TV personality Bear Grylls has hosted many celebrities in his various adventurous shows. Prime Minister Narendra Modi, former US President Barack Obama, actor Akshay Kumar, Holywood actress Kate Hudson have all joined Grylls in his daring escapades. His shows aim at exploring survival of the fittest theory in extreme conditions.
The revamped website has a secret for hte tech savvy coders and is a challenge of sorts to find it. Former President Barack Obama had launched the service in 2014 to recruit technologists to help revamp government services - for example by modernizing Medicare`s payment system or reforming hiring practices across government agencies. Tech specialists join the Digital Service for typically one or two years.
Indian-origin writer Anvi Doshi's 'Burnt Sugar' was among the six novels shortlisted for 2020 Booker Prize for Fiction. Former US President Barack Obama, whose memoir 'A Promised Land' was recently released, said that writing "helps in putting ourselves in other peoples' shoes". Guardian Live will host a Book Club for 'Shuggie Bain' in 2021.
Laden, the world's most wanted terrorist, was the chief of al-Qaeda that carried out the 9/11 attacks on twin towers in New York. "I expected my most difficult call to be with Pakistan's beleaguered president, Asif Ali Zardari," said Obama. "Whatever we chose to do in Abbottabad, then, would involve violating the territory of a putative ally in the most egregious way possible, short of war raising both the diplomatic stakes and the operational complexities," said Obama.