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India, West Indies ODI: Sunny morning at <strong>Dharamsala</strong>

India, West Indies ODI: Sunny morning at Dharamsala

17 Oct 2014

Dharamsala: It was a sunny Friday morning in Dharamsala on the occasion of fourth one-day international (ODI) between India and West Indies in this town.

India-West Indies series,   4th ODI,   Dharamsala,   MS Dhoni,   sunny morning,   Dwayne Bravo,  
IPL scores over ODI cricket in <strong>Dharamsala</strong>

IPL scores over ODI cricket in Dharamsala

16 Oct 2014

Dharamsala: Dharamsala may be a quiet town but its residents prefer the fast-paced T20 version of cricket they often see in the IPL, with the lack of buzz ahead of the fourth one-day international between India and the West Indies being a clear indicator.

IPL,   ODI,   India-West Indies,   cricket stadium,   McLeodganj,   Dharamsala,  
4th ODI: Bravo wins toss, elects to field against India

4th ODI: Bravo wins toss, elects to field against India

17 Oct 2014

Dharamsala: West Indies captain Dwayne Bravo won the toss and put India in to bat in the fourth cricket one-dayer here on Friday.

Dwayne Bravo,   India-West Indies,   toss,   Dharamsala,   one-day series,   fourth ODI,  
Curator promises fast and bouncy pitch for <strong>Dharamsala</strong> ODI

Curator promises fast and bouncy pitch for Dharamsala ODI

14 Oct 2014

Dharamsala: The pitch for the crucial fourth One-day International between India and the West Indies will be fast and bouncy, according to Sunil Chauhan, chief curator at the picturesque HPCA Stadium.

India and West Indies,   Sunil Chauhan,   curator at HPCA Stadium,  
Magnetic materials to build gen-next computers

Magnetic materials to build gen-next computers

15 Oct 2014

London: Magnetic materials that store data in hard disc drives may also perform calculations and take on the role of a computer's central processing unit (CPU), scientists say.

Magnetic materials,   Data storage,   Hard disc,   Drives,   Calculations,   Computer,   Central processing unit,   CPU,   Scientists,   University of Sheffield,  
ICC backs new testing methods for chucking

ICC backs new testing methods for chucking

18 Oct 2014

Dubai: Seeking to address doubts raised by the University of Western Australia (UWA), the ICC on Saturday defended its recent drive against chucking and its processes of identifying, testing bowlers with suspect actions.

University of Western Australia,   ICC,   testing bowlers,  
BJP office resonates with slogans, drums, cracker bursts

BJP office resonates with slogans, drums, cracker bursts

19 Oct 2014

New Delhi: BJP workers shouted slogans, distributed sweets, danced to drum beats and burst crackers at the central office here on Sunday following the party's performance in the Haryana and Maharashtra assembly polls.

BJP,   BJP workers,   BJP slogans,   BJP central office,   Haryana results,   Maharashtra assembly polls,  
RBI inks MoU with Kenya's <strong>central</strong> bank for info exchange

RBI inks MoU with Kenya's central bank for info exchange

17 Oct 2014

Mumbai: The Reserve Bank has signed a pact with Central Bank of Kenya for exchange of information and supervisory cooperation.

RBI,   MoU,   Kenya's central bank ,   Reserve Bank of India,   Indian economy,   GDP,   Indian GDP,   Raghuram Rajan ,  
DU to soon have policy on registration of patents

DU to soon have policy on registration of patents

19 Oct 2014

New Delhi: What research exactly is patentable? What are the legal issues involved? If the student pursues a research using university infrastructure, is the outcome students' intellectual property?

Delhi University,   DU,   students,   teachers,   Intellectual Property,   IP policy,   patents,   copyrights,   trademarks,  
Centre asks states to recruit 33 percent women in police forces

Centre asks states to recruit 33 percent women in police forces

19 Oct 2014

New Delhi: The Centre has asked all states to see to it that women make up 33 percent of their police forces.

Indian Women's Press Corps,   Union Home Minister,   Rajnath Singh,   State police,   Union Territories,   Central Armed Police Forces,   Women police force,   Women security officers,   Modi government,  

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