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Yogeshwar wants to boost stamina, experiment ahead of Olympics

Yogeshwar wants to boost stamina, experiment ahead of Olympics

25 Aug 2015

New Delhi: Confident of securing an Olympic berth and that too with a gold-medal finish at the World Championship, star India wrestler Yogeshwar Dutt said an early qualification would give him enough time to work on increasing his stamina and experiment in the run-up to the Rio Games.

Olympics,   World Championship,   Indian wrestler,   Yogeshwar Dutt,   Stamina,   Rio Games,  
Dravid gave me right kind of confidence needed: Karun Nair

Dravid gave me right kind of confidence needed: Karun Nair

26 Aug 2015

Colombo: Having spent considerable amount of time under Rahul Dravid tutelage in Rajasthan Royals as well as India A set-up, talented Karun Nair is thankful to Karnataka legend who has given him "right confidence" as he is enjoying his maiden call-up to the national squad.

Rahul Dravid,   Rajasthan Royals,   India A,   Karun Nair,   Indian cricket team,   Latest News,  
Under bit of pressure as chance has come after long time: Ojha

Under bit of pressure as chance has come after long time: Ojha

26 Aug 2015

Colombo: The freak injury to Wriddhiman Saha opening the door for him after a "long wait", Indian wicketkeeper-batsman Naman Ojha today said he would be "under pressure" to perform if he makes the playing XI in the decisive third cricket Test against Sri Lanka starting Friday.

Wriddhiman Saha,   Indian wicketkeeper,   Naman Ojha,   Test Match against Sri Lanka,   Latest News,  
Long way to go for India to become global growth engine: Raghuram Rajan

Long way to go for India to become global growth engine: Raghuram Rajan

26 Aug 2015

London: RBI Governor Raghuram Rajan has said it will be 'a long time' before India can replace China as a growth engine for the global economy, even if it grows at a faster rate.

Raghuram Rajan,   RBI Governor,   global growth,   Indian economy,   World Bank,   Chinese economy,   Latest Business News,  
<strong>Indian</strong> restaurant owner attacked for not serving drinks

Indian restaurant owner attacked for not serving drinks

18 Aug 2015

Dublin: An Indian restaurant owner in Ireland was attacked by a drunk man after he was informed that the restaurant had stopped serving alcohol, a media report said yesterday.

Indian,   Indian restaurant,   Dublin,   alcohol,   assault,   Latest Lifestyle News,  
Adverse developments have impacts on rest of world: RBI Governor

Adverse developments have impacts on rest of world: RBI Governor

26 Aug 2015

London: A day after a rout in Chinese stocks triggered the biggest ever carnage in Indian markets, RBI Governor Raghuram Rajan yesterday said China is a big country and every adverse development has impacts, even as he warned against overburdening central banks to fix struggling economies.

Raghuram Rajan,   RBI Governor,   Chinese stocks,   Indian economy,   Latest Business News,  
<strong>Indian</strong> team pays glowing tribute to retiring Sangakkara

Indian team pays glowing tribute to retiring Sangakkara

17 Aug 2015

Colombo: The Indian cricket team led by captain Virat Kohli and Team Director Ravi Shastri paid rich tributes to retiring Sri Lankan legend Kumar Sangakkara, comparing his illustrious career to that of Sir Donald Bradman and Sachin Tendulkar.

Indian cricket team,   Virat Kohli,   Ravi Shastri,   Sri Lankan cricketer,   Kumar Sangakkara,   Sir Donald Bradman,   Sachin Tendulkar,   Latest News,  
 Pakistan fires at <strong>Indian</strong> positions in Kashmir

Pakistan fires at Indian positions in Kashmir

15 Aug 2015

Jammu: On India's 69th Independence Day today, the Pakistan Army used mortars and automatic weapons on the Line of Control (LoC) in Jammu and Kashmir. Military spokesman Colonel Manish Mehta told reporters here the Pakistani army 'resorted to unprovoked shelling and firing at our positions' at 7.30 am in Poonch district.

Pakistan,   Kashmir,   India Independence Day,   Pakistan Army,   Line of Control,   LoC,   Latest Nation News,  
Facebook increases investments in <strong>Indian</strong> small businesses

Facebook increases investments in Indian small businesses

17 Aug 2015

Hyderabad: Facebook India today said it is increasing its investments in small businesses in the country with the first of many Small Business Boost events.

Facebook,   small business,   Ritesh Mehta,   Digital India,   Skills India vision,   business investments,   social networking site,   Latest Business News ,  
Jayalalithaa announces memorial for actor Sivaji Ganesan

Jayalalithaa announces memorial for actor Sivaji Ganesan

26 Aug 2015

Chennai: Tamil Nadu Chief Minister Jayalalithaa today announced that a memorial will be built here honouring legendary actor late Sivaji Ganesan.  Making a suo moto statement in the assembly, she said on September 26, 2002, she had ordered conveyance of 65 cents of land owned by Public Works Department in Adyar to South Indian Film Artists Association for constructing a memorial for Sivaji Ganesan following requests.

Jayalalithaa,   Memorial for actor,   Sivaji Ganesan,   Chief Minister,   Assembly,   Public Works Department,   South Indian Film Artists Association,   Latest States News,  

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