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Philander absence <strong>may</strong> test depth, balance but not result

Philander absence may test depth, balance but not result

26 Feb 2015

Vernon Philander's hamstring injury will not only upset the balance of South Africa's attack against West Indies but also test their pace bowling depth when the two sides clash in their World Cup Pool B match in Sydney on Friday.

Vernon Philander,   South Africa cricket team,   West Indies cricket team,   ICC World Cup,  
Altering brain's food sense <strong>may</strong> achieve healthy ageing

Altering brain's food sense may achieve healthy ageing

27 Feb 2015

New York: Tweaking the brain in order to alter the perception of feeding state and achieve low-calorie intake may promote healthy ageing, finds an interesting study.

human brain,   food,   healthy ageing,   Harvard University,  
The Big Melt: Antarctica's retreating ice <strong>may</strong> reshape Earth

The Big Melt: Antarctica's retreating ice may reshape Earth

27 Feb 2015

Cape Legoupil: From the ground in this extreme northern part of Antarctica, spectacularly white and blinding ice seems to extend forever. What can't be seen is the battle raging underfoot to re-shape Earth.

Antarctic ice,   Earth,   NASA satellite,   reshape Earth,   coastline,   penguins,  
Nitpicking in office <strong>may</strong> lead to mental fatigue

Nitpicking in office may lead to mental fatigue

27 Feb 2015

New York: Employees who point out problems in the office may help the company improve but could be hurting themselves in the process, says a new research.

Nitpicking in office,   mental fatigue,   negative minded workers,   office,   occupation,  
India's eCommerce space <strong>may</strong> grow 50 percent in next five years: Economic Survey

India's eCommerce space may grow 50 percent in next five years: Economic Survey

27 Feb 2015

New Delhi: As Internet penetration in India is on the rise, the eCommerce sector in the country is likely to witness a growth of over 50 percent in the next 5 years, says the Economic Survey.

Internet,   India eCommerce,   eCommerce sector,   eCommerce growth,   Economic Survey,  
Scotland fined for slow over-rate at cricket World Cup

Scotland fined for slow over-rate at cricket World Cup

27 Feb 2015

Perth: Scotland has been fined for maintaining a slow over-rate during their Pool A match against Afghanistan in the ICC Cricket World Cup at Dunedin in New Zealand.

Scotland cricket team,   Afghanistan cricket team,   ICC Cricket World Cup,   Scotland vs Afghanistan,  
AB de Villiers on cloud nine, don’t miss to learn about his nine hidden facts

AB de Villiers on cloud nine, don’t miss to learn about his nine hidden facts

27 Feb 2015

South African captain AB de Villiers who scored fastest 150 on Friday against West Indies in the World Cup is just not only a cricketer but one the most complete sportsman ever played this game.

South African captain,   AB de Villiers,   South African cricket team,   ICC ODI World Cup,  
 MP Governor <strong>may</strong> meet President over his  alleged involvement in MPPEB scam

MP Governor may meet President over his alleged involvement in MPPEB scam

27 Feb 2015

New Delhi: Under pressure from the Centre to resign over his alleged involvement in MPPEB forest guard recruitment scam, Madhya Pradesh Governor Ram Naresh Yadav arrived here and is likely to meet President Pranab Mukherjee.

MPPEB scam,   Ram Naresh Yadav,   MPPEB forest guard recruitment scam,   President,  
<strong>Barbados</strong> <strong>may</strong> <strong>send</strong> <strong>smallest</strong> <strong>team</strong> for <strong>London</strong> <strong>Olympics</strong>

Barbados may send smallest team for London Olympics

21 Dec 2011

Barbados Olympic Association (BOA) president Steve Stoute said the island is likely to field its smallest team ever for the 2012 Olympic Games in London.

Barbados may send smallest team for London Olympics,   Olympics 2012,   London Olympics 2012,   Barbados Olympic Association (BOA),   Barbados's swimmer Bradley Ally in Olympics,   2012 Olympic Games in London,  
In-form pacer Mohammed Shami out of UAE match with knee injury

In-form pacer Mohammed Shami out of UAE match with knee injury

27 Feb 2015

Perth: India will miss the services of pacer Mohammed Shami against UAE in Saturday's ICC World Cup cricket match here as he has been ruled out owing to a knee injury.

India vs UAE,   Mohammed Shami injured,   ICC ODI World Cup,   Indian cricket team ,  

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