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If coach is replaced, players face difficulty: admits Sardar

If coach is replaced, players face difficulty: admits Sardar

30 Jul 2015

New Delhi: Indian hockey captain Sardar Singh today conceded that constant changing of coaches is never easy to deal with but insisted that his team's prospects in the upcoming foreign assignments and next year's Olympics won't be affected by the recent developments.

Indian hockey captain,   Sardar Singh,   2016 Olympics,   Latest News,  
  Attention! A <strong>cup</strong> of coffee may harm your brain

Attention! A cup of coffee may harm your brain

30 Jul 2015

London:  While drinking your daily cup of coffee can help you stay sharp, modifying your habit by increasing coffee consumption over time may increase risk of mild cognitive impairment (MCI), early symptoms of Alzheimer's disease (AD) and dementia, says new research.

coffee,   coffee side effects,   Alzheimer disease,   coffee harms brain,   Latest health news ,  
Stephen Constantine announces list of 28 probables

Stephen Constantine announces list of 28 probables

30 Jul 2015

New Delhi: National coach Stephen Constantine today announced a list of 28 probables for India's forthcoming 2018 World Cup preliminary joint qualification match against Iran.

National football coach,   Stephen Constantine,   Indian football team,   2018 World Cup preliminary joint qualification,   India vs Iran,   Latest News,  
Coaching should be left to the coaches: Charlesworth

Coaching should be left to the coaches: Charlesworth

28 Jul 2015

New Delhi: Ric Charlesworth, one of the greatest hockey minds, feels all is not lost for the Indian team ahead of next year's Rio Olympics but called on the administrators of the game in the country to stop sacking coaches needlessly.

Ric Charlesworth,   Indian hockey team,   Rio Olympics,   Latest News,  
Chelsea beat Barcelona in shootout after 2-2 draw

Chelsea beat Barcelona in shootout after 2-2 draw

29 Jul 2015

Chelsea wrapped up their pre-season tour of the United States on a high note by beating Barcelona in a shootout after their International Champions Cup match ended 2-2 on Tuesday.

Chelsea beat Barcelona,   International Champions Cup,   Latest News,  
David Cameron warns of 'dirty money' in London property

David Cameron warns of 'dirty money' in London property

28 Jul 2015

London: British Prime Minister David Cameron is to speak out against 'corrupt money from around the world' being laundered through property in Britain in a speech to be made during a trip to Southeast Asia today.

Britain PM,   David Cameron,   Dirty money in London,   Corrupt money,   Property in Britain,   Trip of Southeast Asia,   Latest World News,  
World leaders pay glowing tributes to 'inspirational' Kalam

World leaders pay glowing tributes to 'inspirational' Kalam

28 Jul 2015

Dhaka/Kuala Lumpur: World leaders today paid glowing tributes to late former President A P J Abdul Kalam, hailing him as an inspirational figure in South Asia and lauding his scientific achievements.

World leaders,   Tributes toKalam,   Former President,   A P J Abdul Kalam,   South Asia,   Demise of Kalam,   Latest World News,  
Indian <strong>hockey</strong> team to embark on Euro tour under Oltmans

Indian hockey team to embark on Euro tour under Oltmans

27 Jul 2015

New Delhi: A 21-member Indian men's hockey team will embark on a 15-day tour of Europe starting July 31 under the watchful guidance of High Performance Director Roelant Oltmans, who will also take over as the chief coach of the side after the unceremonious ouster of Paul Van Ass.

Indian men hockey team,   Roelant Oltmans,   Indian hockey coach,   Paul Van Ass,   Latest News,  
Mexico fire coach Herrera after alleged punching incident

Mexico fire coach Herrera after alleged punching incident

29 Jul 2015

Mexico City: Miguel Herrera, Mexico's national soccer team coach, was fired on Tuesday, a day after he allegedly punched a reporter who had criticized his team's performance in the recent Copa America and Gold Cup tournaments.

Miguel Herrera,   Mexico national soccer team coach,   Copa America. Gold Cup tournaments,   Latest News,  
Mexico beat Jamaica for CONCACAF Gold <strong>Cup</strong>

Mexico beat Jamaica for CONCACAF Gold Cup

27 Jul 2015

Mexico spoiled Jamaica's first trip to the CONCACAF Gold Cup Final with a dominant 3-1 triumph on Sunday that gave them a record seventh Cup title.

Mexico beat Jamaica,   CONCACAF Gold Cup Final,   El Tri,   Lincoln Financial Field,   Andres Guardado,   Jesus Corona,   Oribe Peralta,   Latest News,  

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