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UNSC reform among priorities of 69th General Assembly session

UNSC reform among priorities of 69th General Assembly session

17 Sep 2014

United Nations: Reform of the UN Security Council will be among the priorities during the 69th General Assembly session, which opened in UN, with the body's new President Sam Kahamba Kutesa saying the need to reform the most powerful UN organ is ‘urgent’.

UNSC reform,   United Nations,   69th General Assembly,   Sam Kahamba Kutesa,   UN General Assembly,   2005 World Summit ,  
Blatter to seek fifth term as FIFA president

Blatter to seek fifth term as FIFA president

08 Sep 2014

Manchester: Sepp Blatter will stand for re-election as FIFA president next year, he confirmed on Monday.

Michael Platini,   UEFA,   FIFA,   Sepp Blatter,   FIFA President,   football governing body,   World Cup,  
Dolphins aim to swallow big teams, claims coach Klusener

Dolphins aim to swallow big teams, claims coach Klusener

16 Sep 2014

Chandigarh: They may not be having the big names in world cricket but that doesn't dampen the sprits of South African team Dolphins, who are eyeing to win the Champions League T20.

world cricket,   South African team Dolphins,   Champions League T20,  
Scottish referendum: Beckham backs 'No' vote

Scottish referendum: Beckham backs 'No' vote

15 Sep 2014

London: Former captain of the English football team David Beckham expressed his support on Monday for the "No" vote on the independence of Scotland and asked Scots not to leave a link with Britain that is "the envy of the entire world".

London,   former captain,   English football team,   David Beckham,  independence,   Scotland,   Britain,   England,   Chris Hoy,   Team Britain,  
Afridi named T20 captain, Misbah stays as Test, ODI skipper

Afridi named T20 captain, Misbah stays as Test, ODI skipper

16 Sep 2014

Karachi: The Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) on Tuesday named flamboyant allrounder Shahid Afridi as its new national Twenty20 captain until the 2016 World T20 while Misbah ul Haq was retained as the Test and ODI skipper until the 2015 50-over World Cup.

Pakistan Cricket Board,   PCB,   Shahid Afridi,   Pakistan Twenty20 captain,   2016 World T20,   Misbah ul Haq,   2015 50-over World Cup,  
ISL matches will be thrilling, says Nicolas Anelka

ISL matches will be thrilling, says Nicolas Anelka

15 Sep 2014

Mumbai: Former France and Chelsea striker Nicolas Anelka, who will be turning out for Mumbai City FC in the Indian Super League, on Monday said the mix of international stars and Indian talent will make for "thrilling matches" in the football tournament starting from October 12.

Nicolas Anelka,   Mumbai City FC,   Indian Super League,   football tournament,   ISL,  
South Korea hire German Stielike as new coach

South Korea hire German Stielike as new coach

05 Sep 2014

SEOUL: South Korea have hired former Germany international Uli Stielike as the new national team coach, the Korea Football Association (KFA) announced on Friday, tasking him with restoring the Asian side's reputation and qualifying for the 2018 World Cup.

South Korea,   Uli Stielike,   Korea Football Association,   KFA,   2018 World Cup,   World soccer,  
Microsoft to buy Minecraft maker Mojang for USD 2.5 billion

Microsoft to buy Minecraft maker Mojang for USD 2.5 billion

16 Sep 2014

Stockholm: Microsoft Corp has agreed to acquire the Stockholm-based developer of the wildly popular Minecraft video game for $2.5 billion, as it tries to lure a new and mostly young audience into its mobile world.

Microsoft Corporation,   Minecraft video game,   Mobile world,   Mojang,  
Rohan Bopanna to get Davis Cup Commitment Award

Rohan Bopanna to get Davis Cup Commitment Award

12 Sep 2014

Bangalore: Indian tennis player Rohan Bopanna will be presented the Davis Cup Commitment Award during the World Group play-off tie against Serbia which begins on Friday.

Rohan Bopanna,   Davis Cup,   India tennis,   Tennis awards,   Bopanna tennis,  
Razzaq backs Afridi as limited-overs captain

Razzaq backs Afridi as limited-overs captain

15 Sep 2014

Karachi: Pakistan's out-of-favour all-rounder Abdul Razzaq has once again spoken out in favour of appointing Shahid Afridi as the captain of the national one-day and Twenty20 teams before the 2015 World Cup.

Abdul Razzaq,   Shahid Afridi,   2015 World Cup,  

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