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'Smart cities' to be identified <strong>before</strong> Budget: Venkaiah Naidu

'Smart cities' to be identified before Budget: Venkaiah Naidu

22 Sep 2014

Mumbai: The Centre will start identifying urban areas which can be transformed into "smart cities", before the Budget, Union Urban Development Minister Venkaiah Naidu said here on Monday.

Venkaiah Naidu,   Smart cities,   Union Budget,   Narendra Modi,   BJP,   NDA,   100 smart cities,  
<strong>Indian</strong> athletes have potential but need commitment: Milkha Singh

Indian athletes have potential but need commitment: Milkha Singh

22 Sep 2014

New Delhi: Legendary runner Milkha Singh said that the current crop of Indian track and field athletes have the potential to do well at international level but they need commitment to come on top at the highest stage.

Milkha Singh,   Indian track and field athletes ,  
Federer replaces injured Nadal in <strong>Indian</strong> team for IPTL

Federer replaces injured Nadal in Indian team for IPTL

22 Sep 2014

New Delhi:  The IPTL, brainchild of Mahesh Bhupathi, on Monday announced that Swiss great Roger Federer will replace Rafael Nadal in the Indian team for the new tennis league as the Spaniard has pulled out due to injury.

IPTL,   Mahesh Bhupathi,   Roger Federer,   Rafael Nadal ,  
<strong>Indian</strong> shuttlers have tough draw in singles

Indian shuttlers have tough draw in singles

22 Sep 2014

Incheon: All four Indian shuttlers in singles, including main medal hope Saina Nehwal, have secured a tough draw in the individual events of 17th Asian Games badminton commencing on September 24.

Indian shuttlers,   Saina Nehwal,   Asian Games badminton,  
As Ladakh stand-off continues, Chinese military says there are ‘differing perceptions’ of LAC

As Ladakh stand-off continues, Chinese military says there are ‘differing perceptions’ of LAC

22 Sep 2014

Beijing: Amid the continuing stand-off with Indian troops in the Ladakh region, the Chinese military on Monday for the first time commented on the recent border incidents, saying there are "differing perceptions" of the LAC but the two sides can resolve boundary issues through dialogue.

Indian troops,   Ladakh region,   Chinese military,   LAC,  
<strong>Indian</strong> women's hockey team blanks Thailand 3-0 in opener

Indian women's hockey team blanks Thailand 3-0 in opener

22 Sep 2014

Incheon: Indian women's hockey team started their campaign on a winning note by drubbing a lowly Thailand 3-0 in a one-sided Pool A match at the Asian Games here on Monday.

Indian women's hockey team,   Asian Games,  
Ghosal first <strong>Indian</strong> to make Asiad final

Ghosal first Indian to make Asiad final

22 Sep 2014

Incheon: Saurav Ghosal became the first Indian to enter the Asian Games final, beating 2006 champion Ong Beng Hee on Monday. Top seed and the world no.16 lived up to his billing, outplaying 35th-ranked Beng Hee of Malaysia 11-9 11-4 11-5 in 45 minutes on the glass court of Yeorumul Squash Courts.

Incheon,   Saurav Ghosal,   first Indian,   Asian Games final,   2006 champion,   Ong Beng Hee,   Malaysia,   glass court,  
<strong>Indian</strong> cyclists Amarjit, Amrit disappoint in Asian Games

Indian cyclists Amarjit, Amrit disappoint in Asian Games

22 Sep 2014

Incheon: Indian cyclists continued their disappointing run as Amarjit Singh Nagi and Amrit Singh finished at the 13th and 14th place in Men's Sprint qualifying of the 17th Asian Games here on Monday.

Incheon,   Indian cyclists,   Amarjit Singh Nagi,   Amrit Singh,   Men's Sprint qualifying,  17th Asian Games,  
<strong>Indian</strong> spacecraft enters Martian sphere of influence

Indian spacecraft enters Martian sphere of influence

22 Sep 2014

Bangalore: India's spacecraft on Monday entered the Martian sphere of influence on way to the red planet's orbit early on Wednesday, while cruising in the sun's orbit.

Indian spacecraft,   MOM,   Mars mission,   ISRO,   Indian space mission,  
<strong>Indian</strong> women spikers lose 0-3 to Japan in Asian Games

Indian women spikers lose 0-3 to Japan in Asian Games

22 Sep 2014

Incheon: The disastrous run of Indian women spikers continued on Tuesday as they were blanked 0-3 by Japan in their second Group A preliminary Round match at the Ansan Sangroksu Gymnasium here.

Incheon,   Indian women spikers,   Japan,   second Group A,   preliminary Round match,   Ansan Sangroksu Gymnasium,  

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