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Owning an ISL <strong>team</strong> is not a decision taken in haste: Virat Kohli

Owning an ISL team is not a decision taken in haste: Virat Kohli

23 Sep 2014

Mumbai: At 25, Virat Kohli co-owns an ISL football team and the young Indian batsman says his passion for the sport along with future planning influenced his decision to invest in FC Goa.

Virat Kohli,   ISL,   football team,   FC Goa,  
Qatar reject suggestions 2022 World Cup <strong>may</strong> be moved

Qatar reject suggestions 2022 World Cup may be moved

23 Sep 2014

London: The 2022 football World Cup will be held in Qatar despite doubts raised by a German FIFA executive committee member because of extreme heat in the desert state, local organisers said on Monday.

London,   2022 football World Cup,   Qatar,   German FIFA,   executive committee,   extreme heat,   desert state,   local organisers,  
Zico says ISL will help Indian football grow

Zico says ISL will help Indian football grow

23 Sep 2014

Mumbai: Brazilian legend Zico, the high-profile coach in the upcoming Indian Super League, on Tuesday said the two-and-half month long league would help the 158th ranked India to improve their footballing skills and produce great talents in future.

Brazilian legend Zico,   Indian Super League,   Indian football team ,  
Dumping BJP hasn't hurt Bihar: CM in <strong>London</strong>

Dumping BJP hasn't hurt Bihar: CM in London

23 Sep 2014

London: Bihar Chief Minister Jitan Ram Manjhi has claimed that his party JD-U's stand of dumping the BJP last year, in protest against the latter appointing Narendra Modi as its prime ministerial candidate, has made no difference to the growth story in Bihar.

Bihar,   BJP-JDU alliance,   Bihar CM,   Jitan Ram Manjhi,   Narendra Modi,   Economic growth,   ,  
Unimpressive India manage 7-0 win against Oman in men's hockey

Unimpressive India manage 7-0 win against Oman in men's hockey

23 Sep 2014

Incheon: Despite drag-flick specialist VR Raghunath missing as many as eight penalty corners and Rupinderpal Singh sustaining a serious thigh injury, India managed a 7-0 victory over minnows Oman in the men's hockey event at the Asian Games, here on Tuesday.

VR Raghunath,   Rupinderpal Singh,   Indian hockey team,   Asian Games,  
Manjhi tells Bihar growth story at LSE

Manjhi tells Bihar growth story at LSE

23 Sep 2014

Patna: Bihar Chief Minister Jitan Ram Manjhi has narrated the turnaround story of Bihar at the London School of Economics as how the backward state achieved 10 percent annual growth rate in the last seven years.

Bihar Chief Minister,   Jitan Ram Manjhi,   LSE,   London School of Economics,   Bihar Model of Development,   Nitish Kumar,  
Menopause <strong>may</strong> be eliminated in 20 years!

Menopause may be eliminated in 20 years!

23 Sep 2014

London: Menopause could be eliminated within20 years as anti-ageing treatments are extended to the ovaries, a US scientist has predicted.

Menopause,   woman,   anti-ageing treatments,   stem cell,   regenerative therapies,   ,  
Exercise <strong>may</strong> keep brain sharp in old age

Exercise may keep brain sharp in old age

23 Sep 2014

Chicago: Physical activity in old age may prevent a decline in the brain's white matter, a new study has found. The white matter is composed of fibre-like parts of brain cells that enable communication between brain regions.

Exercise,   brain,   old age,   Physical activity,   brain cells,  
I am going to be a 'hobby shooter' from tomorrow: Bindra

I am going to be a 'hobby shooter' from tomorrow: Bindra

23 Sep 2014

Incheon: After capping off his remarkable career as a full-time marksman by winning two bronze at the Asian Games here on Tuesday, India's lone individual Olympic gold medallist Abhinav Bindra said he will only be a "hobby shooter" from now on.

Incheon,   bronze medals,   Asian Games,   Olympic gold medallist,   Abhinav Bindra,   hobby shooter,   Rio Olympics,   national meet,  
Indian women finish 8th in Asiad trap <strong>team</strong> finals

Indian women finish 8th in Asiad trap team finals

23 Sep 2014

Incheon: Indian women's team of Shreyasi Singh, Seema Tomar and Shagun Chowdhary finished eighth in the trap team finals of the 17th Asian Games at the Gyeonggido Shooting Range here on Tuesday.

Incheon,   Indian women's team,   Shreyasi Singh,   Seema Tomar,   Shagun Chowdhary,   trap team finals,   17th Asian Games,   ,  

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