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Paes-Nestor <strong>team</strong> advances; Raja-Martin pair bow out

Paes-Nestor team advances; Raja-Martin pair bow out

01 Jul 2015

London: Leander Paes and his Canadian partner Dainel Nestor overcame spirited opposition to advance to the men's doubles second round at the Wimbledon championships but it was all over for Purav Raja and his French teammate Fabrice Martin, here today.

Leander Paes,   Dainel Nestor,   men doubles,   Wimbledon championships,   Purav Raja,   Fabrice Martin,   Latest News,  
Smartphones and internet <strong>may</strong> give you 'digital amnesia'

Smartphones and internet may give you 'digital amnesia'

01 Jul 2015

London: People are using smartphones and the internet as an extension of their memory which may lead to 'digital amnesia', a new survey suggests.

Smartphones,   Internet,   Digital amnesia,   Technology,   Kaspersky Lab,   Cyber security ,  
Centre <strong>may</strong> consider any decision on Land Bill after Bihar polls

Centre may consider any decision on Land Bill after Bihar polls

01 Jul 2015

New Delhi: Centre may consider any decision on the contentious Land Bill issue only after Bihar polls, expected to be in held in September, even as a parliamentary panel looking into the issue has sought an extension of one week to give its recommendations.

Centre,   Land Bill,   Bihar polls,   BJP,   Narendra Modi,   Congress,  
Government should support us for Olympic medal: Jwala Gutta

Government should support us for Olympic medal: Jwala Gutta

01 Jul 2015

Hyderabad: Fresh from her Canada Open triumph along with Ashwini Ponnappa, ace shuttler Jwala Gutta on Wednesday urged the government to come out and support the doubles specialists in their endeavour to win an Olympic medal next year at Rio.

Canada Open,   Ashwini Ponnappa,   Jwala Gutta,   Olympic medal,   Rio Olympics,   Latest News,  
It's a matter of time before I make senior cut again: Pujara

It's a matter of time before I make senior cut again: Pujara

01 Jul 2015

New Delhi: Out of favour off late following a string of poor scores, top-order batsman Cheteshwar Pujara is keen to make his comeback into the Indian Test squad and said it's just a matter of time before he regains his place in the playing eleven.

Cheteshwar Pujara,   Indian Test squad,   Indian cricket team,   Latest News,  
Force India set sights on claiming fourth spot

Force India set sights on claiming fourth spot

01 Jul 2015

Silverstone: Formula one team Force India has set its sight on claiming fourth spot in the constructors' championship, toppling Red Bull as its upgraded car arrives for the British Grand Prix this weekend.

Formula one team,   Force India,   Red Bull f1 team,   British Grand Prix,   Latest News,  
World Cup's best Mitchell Starc lashes Australia's day-night Test

World Cup's best Mitchell Starc lashes Australia's day-night Test

01 Jul 2015

Melbourne: Australia paceman Mitchell Starc has expressed concerns about the pink ball to be used in the first day-night Test, saying it behaved "very differently" to the usual red ball and crowds might not even be able to see it.

Mitchell Starc,   day night Test,   Australian cricket team,   ICC,   Latest news,  
Santner, Elliott earn New Zealand central contracts

Santner, Elliott earn New Zealand central contracts

01 Jul 2015

Wellington: Rookie all-rounder Mitchell Santner and veteran Grant Elliott have been rewarded for their recent strong performances by being included in New Zealand's list of centrally contracted players on Wednesday.

Mitchell Santner,   Grant Elliott,   New Zealand cricket team,   Doug Bracewell,   Latest News ,  
 Cranberry juice <strong>may</strong> protect against killer diseases

Cranberry juice may protect against killer diseases

01 Jul 2015

New York: Drinking low-calorie cranberry juice cocktail may help lower the risk of chronic diseases, including heart disease, diabetes and stroke, says a study.

Cranberry juice,   diseases,   cranberry,   heart disease,   diabetes,   World Health Organisation,   Latest health news ,  
Ajinkya Rahane surprised to be named stand-in India captain

Ajinkya Rahane surprised to be named stand-in India captain

01 Jul 2015

Mumbai: Ajinkya Rahane admits he was stunned to be named India captain for their upcoming Zimbabwe series, after being dropped just a week earlier, and while he plans to draw inspiration from past skippers he also wants to make his own mark on the team.

Ajinkya Rahane,   India cricket captain,   India tour of Zimbabwe,   Indian cricket team,   Latest News,  

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