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CLT20: Cobras struck by Blizzard as Hobart Hurricanes win by six wickets

CLT20: Cobras struck by Blizzard as Hobart Hurricanes win by six wickets

21 Sep 2014

Hyderabad: Aiden Blizzard played a blistering knock as Hobart Hurricanes beat Cape Cobras by six wickets in a group league encounter of the Champions League T20, to keep their hopes of qualifying for the semi-final alive.

Cape Cobras,   Justin Ontong,   Tim Paine,   Hobart Hurricanes,   Champions League Twenty20,   Rajiv Gandhi International Stadium' live cricket score,   live score,   live scorecard,   clt20 live scorecard,  
Asian Games: Jitu Rai leads Indian team to bronze

Asian Games: Jitu Rai leads Indian team to bronze

21 Sep 2014

Incheon: Jitu Rai on Sunday spearheaded India's 10 metre air pistol team to clinch the bronze medal in the 17th Asian Games but missed out on an individual medal finishing fifth at the Ongnyeon International Shooting Range in Incheon.

Incheon,   Jitu Rai,   10 metre air pistol team,   bronze medal,  17th Asian Games,   Ongnyeon International Shooting Range,   Samresh Jung,  
New 'sleep node' in brain discovered

New 'sleep node' in brain discovered

19 Sep 2014

Washington: Researchers have discovered a sleep-promoting circuit located deep in the primitive brainstem that enables us to fall into deep sleep.

sleep node,   brain,   sleep-promoting circuit,   brain-stem,   deep sleep,  
Helen, Tendulkar named for Giants <strong>International</strong> Awards

Helen, Tendulkar named for Giants International Awards

17 Sep 2014

Mumbai: Cricket maestro and Bharat Ratna Sachin Tendulkar and Bollywood danseuse Helen are among this year's Giants International awardees, according to an announcement made in Mumbai on Tuesday. Tendulkar will get the award for lifetime achievement in sports while Helen Salim Khan will be honored for her lifetime contribution to films.

Sachin Tendulkar,   Cricket maestro,   Helen Salim Khan,   Bollywood diva,   Giants International awards,   ,  
Mythological TV show '<strong>Buddha</strong>' to wind up on 21 September

Mythological TV show 'Buddha' to wind up on 21 September

13 Sep 2014

New Delhi: Mythological TV show ‘Buddha’, which narrates the life and teaching of Gautam Buddha, will air its final episode September 21. Its producers are planning to take the show global.

TV show Buddha,   Gautam Buddha,   Zee TV,   Kabir Bedi,   Samir Dharmadhikari,   Nigaar Z Khan,   Himanshu Soni,  
PCB plans to import Australian software for detecting illegal actions

PCB plans to import Australian software for detecting illegal actions

19 Sep 2014

Karachi: Pakistan Cricket Board's (PCB) domestic operations chief Intikhab Alam said the board is mulling on importing an Australian software to detect bowlers breaking the 15-degree elbow extension limit allowed by the International Cricket Council (ICC).

Pakistan Cricket Board,   PCB,   Intikhab Alam,   International Cricket Council,   ICC,  
RBI needs to raise policy rates to bring down inflation: IMF

RBI needs to raise policy rates to bring down inflation: IMF

19 Sep 2014

New Delhi: The Reserve Bank of India needs to further increase policy rates to bring down inflation on a sustained basis, the International Monetary Fund (IMF) said.

Reserve Bank of India,   RBI,   Policy rates,   Inflation,   International Monetary Fund,   IMF,  
Uttar Pradesh govt to include cycling tracks in future town planning

Uttar Pradesh govt to include cycling tracks in future town planning

13 Sep 2014

Greater Noida: The Uttar Pradesh government has decided to include cycling tracks while planning new towns in the future, a senior government official said.

Uttar Pradesh,   Uttar Pradesh govt,   cycling,   cycling tracks,   Noida,   Gautam Buddha University,  
US lawmakers disappointed over FIBA decision on Sikh players

US lawmakers disappointed over FIBA decision on Sikh players

18 Sep 2014

Washington: Two leading US lawmakers have expressed disappointment over the decision of FIBA to continue with its policy to ban players from wearing headgears in international matches, even though it allowed them to sport religious headgear as part of a "trial period" for two years.

Washington,   US lawmakers,   FIBA,   headgears,   international matches,   religious headgear,   trial period,   Congressman,   Joe Crowley,   Ami Bera,  
Indian boxers cleared to fight under tricolour at Asiad

Indian boxers cleared to fight under tricolour at Asiad

16 Sep 2014

Mumbai: After giving provisional recognition to Boxing India, the sport's world body has now permitted Indian pugilists to take part in the Asian Games under the national tricolour.

Boxing India,   Asian Games,   International Boxing association,  

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