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<strong>Indian</strong> U-16 women's football team thrash UAE 12-0

Indian U-16 women's football team thrash UAE 12-0

21 Oct 2014

Dhaka: A ruthless Indian U-16 women's football team spanked United Arab Emirates (UAE) 12-0 to keep its hopes alive in the AFC Championship qualifying round, here on Tuesday.

Indian U-16 women's football team,   AFC Championship,  
Mendy magic wins it for Chennaiyin FC against Blasters

Mendy magic wins it for Chennaiyin FC against Blasters

21 Oct 2014

Chennai: Former Hull City wingback Bernard Mendy scored through a stunning bicycle kick as hosts Chennayin FC beat Kerala Blasters 2-1 in a Hero Indian Super League match here on Tuesday.

Bernard Mendy,   Chennayin FC,   Kerala Blasters,   Indian Super League,   ISL,  
China 'executed 2,400' last year: rights group

China 'executed 2,400' last year: rights group

21 Oct 2014

Beijing:  The world's top executioner China put 2,400 people to death last year, a US-based rights group on Tuesday said, shedding rare light on a statistic Beijing considers a state secret.

US-based rights group,   Pro-democracy,   Hongkong,   Protest in Hongkong ,  
Terry Walsh ready to stay, but wants new contract

Terry Walsh ready to stay, but wants new contract

21 Oct 2014

New Delhi: Australian Terry Walsh, who resigned as Indian men's hockey team chief coach on Tuesday because of a "pay dispute", hinted that he was ready to reconsider his decision if he was given a new contract on his terms and conditions by the Sports Authority of India.

Terry Walsh,   Indian men's hockey coach,   Sports Authority of India,  
Terry Walsh resigns as hockey head coach over "pay dispute"

Terry Walsh resigns as hockey head coach over "pay dispute"

21 Oct 2014

New Delhi: In a sudden jolt to Indian hockey, chief coach Terry Walsh on Tuesday resigned from his post because of a "pay dispute" with the Sports Authority of India, barely three weeks after guiding the team to a historic gold medal in the Asian Games in Incheon.

Indian hockey,   Indian hockey coach,   Terry Walsh,   Sports Authority of India,   Asian Games in Incheon,  
SAARC nations should identify areas of <strong>challenges</strong>: PM Modi

SAARC nations should identify areas of challenges: PM Modi

20 Oct 2014

New Delhi: South Asian countries should identify specific areas of common heritage, challenges and opportunities to foster region-wide cooperation, Prime Minister Narendra Modi said while committing India's full support to the SAARC process.

South Asian countries,   Common heritage,   Challenges,   Opportunities,   Region-wide cooperation,   Prime Minister,   Narendra Modi,   SAARC,  
Diesel deregulation credit positive: Moody's

Diesel deregulation credit positive: Moody's

21 Oct 2014

Mumbai: International rating agency Moody's Investors Service, which has a Baa3 stable rating on the country, today said the diesel price deregulation announced over the past weekend is "credit positive".

International rating agency,   Moody's,   Investors Service,   Baa3,   Stable rating,   Diesel price,   Credit positive,   Indian economy,  
SMC Global files fresh papers with SEBI for its public issue

SMC Global files fresh papers with SEBI for its public issue

21 Oct 2014

New Delhi: SMC Global Securities, financial services company, has filed fresh papers with market regulator SEBI to mop up Rs 125 crore through public issue.

SMC global,   SEBI,   public issue,   Indian economy,   GDP ,  
Australia gears up to welcome Modi

Australia gears up to welcome Modi

21 Oct 2014

Melbourne: Preparations are in full swing in Australia to welcome Prime Minister Narendra Modi who will address a huge gathering of Indian diaspora in Sydney on November 17, which may recreate the Madision Square moment.

Australia,   Modi,   Prime Minister,   Narendra Modi,   Indian diaspora,   Sydney,   November 17,   Olympic Park,   G20 Leaders summit,  
BCCI suspends bilateral tours with West Indies, to take legal action

BCCI suspends bilateral tours with West Indies, to take legal action

21 Oct 2014

Hyderabad: Cracking the whip, a livid BCCI on Tuesday suspended all bilateral cricket tours with West Indies and decided to initiate legal proceedings against the West Indies Cricket Board (WICB) for abruptly cancelling its tour of India last week.

BCCI,   Indian cricket tours,   West Indies in India,   West Indies Cricket Board,   WICB,  

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