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BJP urges governor to visit violence-hit Birbhum villages

BJP urges governor to visit violence-hit Birbhum villages

31 Oct 2014

Kolkata: Amidst recent incidents of political violence in the state, BJP on Friday requested West Bengal Governor KN Tripathi to visit the trouble-torn villages of Birbhum district where it alleged there have been instances of police atrocities against locals.

Kolkata,   political violence,   BJP,   West Bengal,   Governor,   KN Tripathi,   Birbhum district,   police atrocities,   TMC,  
Trinidad meeting hopes to end Windies cricket impasse

Trinidad meeting hopes to end Windies cricket impasse

31 Oct 2014

Kingston (St. Vincent): The feuding parties in the ongoing West Indies cricket dispute will meet in in Trinidad on Friday, in another effort to resolve the bitter impasse.

Kingston,   St. Vincent,   West Indies cricket,   cricket dispute,   Trinidad,   WICB,   Hans King,  
Taxi association members repair road themselves in Darjeeling

Taxi association members repair road themselves in Darjeeling

31 Oct 2014

Darjeeling(WB): Members of a taxi association of Kurseong in Darjeeling district have repaired a stretch of road themselves.

Darjeeling,   West Bengal,   taxi association,   Kurseong,   Darjeeling district,   stretch of road ,  
Gibson appointed England bowling coach on temporary basis

Gibson appointed England bowling coach on temporary basis

31 Oct 2014

London: Former West Indies head coach Ottis Gibson has been appointed as a bowling coach for England on a temporary basis.

London,   West Indies,   head coach,   Ottis Gibson,   bowling coach,   England,   temporary basis,   David Saker,  
Roberts wants WICB to prioritise salvaging ties with BCCI

Roberts wants WICB to prioritise salvaging ties with BCCI

31 Oct 2014

St. John's (Antigua): Former West Indies fast bowler Andy Roberts said he is not in agreement with the decision by the West Indies Cricket Board (WICB) to first setup a task force to probe the circumstances which gave rise to the abandoned tour of India rather than salvaging ties with the BCCI.

West Indies Cricket Board,   Andy Roberts,   BCCI,   West Indies Players Association ,  
TMC main trouble-maker, responsible for poor law & order: CPI

TMC main trouble-maker, responsible for poor law & order: CPI

31 Oct 2014

Hyderabad: Attacking Trinamool Congress government over "deteriorating law and order situation" in West Bengal, CPI said the TMC government itself is the "main trouble-maker".

TMC,   CPI ,   TMC government,   Trinamool Congress,   West Bengal,   NIA,   S Sudhakar Reddy,  
Players' meeting with WICB, WIPA termed "fruitful"

Players' meeting with WICB, WIPA termed "fruitful"

28 Oct 2014

Kingston: The West Indies cricketers' meeting to resolve the contracts and pay dispute issue with their players union (WIPA) and the national cricket board (WICB) has turned out to be "cordial, positive and fruitful".

West Indies cricketers,   WIPA,   WICB,  
<strong>West</strong> <strong>Indies</strong> board, players meet to resolve impasse

West Indies board, players meet to resolve impasse

28 Oct 2014

St. John's (Antigua): Initial talks to resolve the latest spat between the West Indies players, their union WIPA, and the West Indies Cricket Board (WICB), have been described as "cordial, positive and fruitful".

West Indies,   WICB,   West Indies players,   Ram Slam,   Wavell Hinds,  
<strong>West</strong> <strong>Indies</strong> board, players meet to resolve impasse

West Indies board, players meet to resolve impasse

28 Oct 2014

St. John's (Antigua): Initial talks to resolve the latest spat between the West Indies players, their union WIPA, and the West Indies Cricket Board (WICB), have been described as "cordial, positive and fruitful".

WICB,   WIPA,   West Indies Players,   WICB President,   Dave Cameron,   Director,   Don Wehby,   Chris Gayle,  
<strong>West</strong> <strong>Indies</strong> will be at World Cup, says official

West Indies will be at World Cup, says official

28 Oct 2014

Sydney: Cricket World Cup chief executive John Harnden said that he was confident the West Indies would play in next year's tournament, despite their shock withdrawal from a tour of India on Tuesday.

Cricket World Cup,   John Harnden,   West Indies,   Glenn McGrath ,  

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