27 Apr 2018, Edition - 1018, Friday
- Kushinagar accident: Principal of Divine Public School has been arrested
- Railway Minister Piyush Goyal reacts on Kushinagar accident that claimed lives of 13 children this morning
- Pakistan Foreign Minister Khawaja Asif disqualified for holding a UAE visa
- IDFC Mutual fund is valued around 6% – 8% of its asset under management, which is currently more than ₹70,000 crore
- The revelation comes at a time when PNB is launching its own measures to nab the economic offenders
- Apollo Hospital makes startling submission, says ‘don’t have Jayalalithaa’s biological samples’
- Fresh twist to Jaya legacy row, Apollo Hospital makes stunning submission, ‘don’t have Jaya’s biological samples’
- After 13 children die due to ‘negligence’, ‘negligent’ school officials go absconding, school Principal and Manager go missing
- After Madras HC orders CBI probe, DMK demands T.N Health Minister’s resignation
- The social media giant reported $4.98 billion in profit — up from $4.26 billion in the last quarter
Kerala Blasters coach Renny Meulensteen quits
Covai Post Network
January 2, 2018
Renny Meulensteen, coach of Sachin Tendulkar co-owned outfit Kerala Blasters, has resigned citing personal reasons.
Meulesteen, who was under pressure following a series of poor results in the Indian Super League, took charge as coach on July 14, 2017.
Kerala has performed very poorly this season, managing only a single victory in seven matches. They have lost two matches and drawn four. The team, jointly owned by Blasters Sports Pvt Ltd and Sachin Tendulkar, are at the eighth spot in the 10-tea ISL table with seven points.