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Australia’s visit to Zimbabwe not a 'token <strong>tour</strong>', insists Clarke

Australia’s visit to Zimbabwe not a 'token tour', insists Clarke

20 Aug 2014

Sydney: Captain Michael Clarke insisted Australia's visit to Zimbabwe was not a "token tour" or World Cup audition but was all about winning as players return to international action.

Michael Clarke,   Australia ODI,   Zimbabwe ODI,   World Cup,   Australia vs New Zealand,  
India will have a tough time during <strong>Australia</strong> <strong>tour</strong>: McGrath

India will have a tough time during Australia tour: McGrath

18 Aug 2014

New Delhi: Australian pace legend Glenn McGrath feels that India will have a tough time during its upcoming tour of Australia at the end of this year after their disastrous show in England.

Australian pacer,   Glenn McGrath,   India tour of Australia,   Indian cricket team,  
Rajasthan Royals to do talent scouting for South <strong>Australia</strong> trip

Rajasthan Royals to do talent scouting for South Australia trip

20 Aug 2014

New Delhi: A squad of 15 talented school cricketers aged between 16-18 will be selected to represent the country against various South Australian school teams of similar age group in T20 matches as a part of the promotional activity for the upcoming 2015 ICC World Cup.

school cricketers,   South Australian school teams,   T20 matches,   2015 ICC World Cup,   IPL franchise,   Rajasthan Royals ,  
Would like to help in 'Ganga project': South <strong>Australia</strong> Premier Jay Weatherill

Would like to help in 'Ganga project': South Australia Premier Jay Weatherill

20 Aug 2014

New Delhi: South Australian Premier Jay Weatherill on Wednesday expressed keenness to share his state's expertise for Prime Minister Narendra Modi's pet project of cleaning up river Ganga.

Ganga project,   Jay Weatherill,   Narendra Modi,   BJP,   NDA,   Uma Bharti,   River Ganga,   Cleaning of ganga,  
Refreshed <strong>Australia</strong> ready to get back in the saddle

Refreshed Australia ready to get back in the saddle

18 Aug 2014

Sydney: Australia are refreshed and champing at the bit to play international matches again as they prepare to hit the road for another hectic two years of cricket, according to coach Darren Lehmann.

Australian cricket team,   Darren Lehmann,   Michael Clarke ,  
Cholesterol drug lowers heart attack risk in diabetic women

Cholesterol drug lowers heart attack risk in diabetic women

19 Aug 2014

Sydney: Australian researchers have found that a cholesterol-lowering drug can lower cardiovascular disease risks by 30 percent in women with type-2 diabetes.

Cholesterol,   Australia,   type-2 diabetes,   Fenofibrate,   diabetic women,  
<strong>Australia</strong>, India to sign civil nuclear agreement next month: Report

Australia, India to sign civil nuclear agreement next month: Report

18 Aug 2014

Melbourne: Australia and India have reached a deal on the much awaited civil nuclear agreement, which will be formally signed by Prime Minister Tony Abbott during his visit to Delhi next month, according to a report on Monday.

Australia,   India,   nuclear agreement,   reports,   Prime Minister,   Tony Abbott,  
Villegas snaps winless streak at Wyndham Championship

Villegas snaps winless streak at Wyndham Championship

18 Aug 2014

Greensboro: Colombian Camilo Villegas snapped a four-year PGA Tour title drought with a one-stroke win at the Wyndham Championship on Sunday, avoiding an almost certain playoff as those behind him stumbled.

Camilo Villegas,   PGA Tour title,   Wyndham Championship ,  
Chowrasia finishes tied 9th in Denmark, Shiv tied 22nd

Chowrasia finishes tied 9th in Denmark, Shiv tied 22nd

17 Aug 2014

Aalborg: A third successive card of even par 71 gave SSP Chowrasia, a two-time winner in Europe and Asia, his first top-10 finish on the European Tour in more than three years as finished tied ninth at the 'Made in Denmark' Golf Championship, here on Sunday.

SSP Chowrasia,   European Tour,   Golf Championship ,  
Uthappa hopeful of securing a berth in India's World Cup team

Uthappa hopeful of securing a berth in India's World Cup team

11 Aug 2014

Bangalore: Having had a poor run in the recently concluded India A team's tour of Australia where he failed to make a mark, discarded opener Robin Uthappa is now eyeing the Ranji Trophy to make his case for a berth in the Indian squad for the next year's World Cup squad.

Robin Uthappa,   India's World Cup team,   Karnataka,   India A,   Australia tour,   Ranji trophy,   Pravin Amre,  

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