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First India-Australia Test postponed as cricket world mourns Hughes <strong>death</strong>

First India-Australia Test postponed as cricket world mourns Hughes death

29 Nov 2014

Adelaide: With the cricket world mourning Phillip Hughes' tragic death, next week's first Test between India and Australia was on Saturday pushed back to an unspecified date to let the players attend the late batsman's funeral scheduled on Wednesday in his hometown.

Phillip Hughes death,   India Australia test postponed,   Hughes funeral,   Cricket Australia,   Brisbane test series,  
Windies regional players mark Hughes' demise

Windies regional players mark Hughes' demise

29 Nov 2014

Port of Spain (Trinidad): West Indies' regional players observed a minute's silence in tribute to Australian batsman Phil Hughes who died on Thursday after being struck by a bouncer during a domestic game.

Hughes' demise,   Phil Hughes,   Phil Hughes death,   WICB,   Professional Cricket League ,  
CAG wants USD 357.16 million of RIL's KG-D6 cost disallowed

CAG wants USD 357.16 million of RIL's KG-D6 cost disallowed

28 Nov 2014

New Delhi: The CAG on Friday sought disallowance of USD 357.16 million (about Rs 2,179 crore) expenditure Reliance Industries incurred on drilling of wells and payments to contractors in KG-D6 while it pulled up Oil Ministry for delays in approvals and inconsistent parameters.

CAG,   Reliance Industries,   KG-D6,   Oil Ministry,   Comptroller and Auditor General of India,   Parliament RIL,   UK,   Canada ,  
First Test set to be rescheduled as 'upset' seniors not ready after Hughes' <strong>death</strong>

First Test set to be rescheduled as 'upset' seniors not ready after Hughes' death

28 Nov 2014

Melbourne: The first Test between India and Australia is all set to be rescheduled as three of the senior cricketers in Shane Watson, David Warner and Brad Haddin are amongst those who have already said that they are not in perfect state of mind to return to competitive cricket.

First Test in Australia,   India and Australia,   Australian cricketers,   Shane Watson,   David Warner,   Brad Haddin,   Michael Clarke,   Phillip Hughes ,  
<strong>Hacked</strong> emails spread spam faster

Hacked emails spread spam faster

27 Nov 2014

New York: Spams spread faster and to more people when it is sent out of hacked or compromised email accounts, research shows. Traditionally, spam contain ads for fake and counterfeit products but now it also contains disruptive rumours and political information.

Hacked emails,   spam,   compromised email accounts,   spam ads,   hacked accounts,  
Pakistan and New Zealand players mourn Hughes's <strong>death</strong>

Pakistan and New Zealand players mourn Hughes's death

28 Nov 2014

Sharjah: Pakistan and New Zealand teams and officials on Friday observed a minute's silence and wore black armbands to join the world in mourning young Australian batsman Phillip Hughes.

Pakistan and New Zealand cricket teams,   Australian batsman,   Phillip Hughes,  
Australian media 'share nation's agony' of Philip Hughes <strong>death</strong>

Australian media 'share nation's agony' of Philip Hughes death

28 Nov 2014

Sydney: As the entire Australia mourned the death of Phillip Hughes, the front pages of all the nationaldailies on Friday paid rich tribute to the young batsman, who succumbed to his head injuries on Thursday that he sustained during a domestic match.

Australia,   Phillip Hughes,   Sydney Morning Herald,   Sean Abbott,   Australian captain,   Michael Clarke,   The Age,   Courier Mail,   ,  
Phillip Hughes <strong>death</strong> casts doubts on first India-Australia Test

Phillip Hughes death casts doubts on first India-Australia Test

28 Nov 2014

Melbourne: The shocking death of batsman Phillip Hughes on Thursday has cast doubts on whether the first Test between Australia and India will go ahead in Brisbane next week.

Philip Hughes,   Phillip's death,   first India-Australia Test,   cricket,   sports,   ,  
Sterilisation deaths unfortunate, says Chhattisgarh CM

Sterilisation deaths unfortunate, says Chhattisgarh CM

28 Nov 2014

Jamshedpur: Chhattisgarh Chief Minister Raman Singh on Friday described the death of 13 tribal women in botched sterilization surgeries in his state as 'unfortunate' and said the state government has taken necessary action against the erring officials in this connection.

Chhattisgarh CM,   Raman Singh,   tribal women sterilisation death,   sterilization surgeries,   Family planning,  
6 nurses among 7 <strong>hacked</strong> to <strong>death</strong> in military hospital in China

6 nurses among 7 hacked to death in military hospital in China

20 Nov 2014

Beijing: In a gruesome incident, six nurses and a co-worker at a Chinese military hospital were hacked to death by a disgruntled employee in a northeastern seaside resort town where the country's Communist Party leaders meet annually to hold informal meetings.

gruesome incident,   six nurses and a co-worker,   Chinese military hospital,   hacked to death by a disgruntled employee,   northeastern seaside resort town,   country's Communist Party leaders meet annually,   People's Liberation Army (PLA),   Li Xiaolong,   Tangshan's Leting county in Hebei,   history of mental illness,   treated at hospitals in Tangshan,   ,  

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