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Munde's daughter scripts Lok Sabha <strong>history</strong>, wins by 7 lakh votes

Munde's daughter scripts Lok Sabha history, wins by 7 lakh votes

20 Oct 2014

Mumbai: Pritam Munde, the second daughter of late BJP leader Gopinath Munde, scripted Lok Sabha history winning the Beed seat in Maharashtra today in a bypoll by a record margin of nearly seven lakh votes.

Pritam Munde,   Anil Basu,   Gopinath Munde,   Lok Sabha polls,   Ashok Patil,   Narendra Modi ,  
<strong>Book</strong> revisits magical moments of Sachin's final Test

Book revisits magical moments of Sachin's final Test

13 Oct 2014

New Delhi: Sachin Tendulkar's final Test appearance has been revisited in a new book which tries to capture all the excitement and emotion during the two and a half days of the match.

Sachin Tendulkar,   Final Test: Exit Sachin Tendulkar,   Sachin's final Test,   Indian cricket team,   MS Dhoni,   Dilip D'Souza,   Wankhede ,  
Shilpa Shetty to pen <strong>book</strong> on nutrition and health

Shilpa Shetty to pen book on nutrition and health

13 Oct 2014

Mumbai: Bollywood actress Shilpa Shetty, known to be disciplined about her fitness regimes, is writing a book on health and nutrition.

Shilpa Shetty,   nutrition,   health,   Baazigar,   Raj Kundra,  
Women pay more attention to art, men prod artist's <strong>history</strong>

Women pay more attention to art, men prod artist's history

10 Oct 2014

New York: When it comes to evaluating artwork, men seem to focus more on the artist's background and authenticity while women pay more attention to the art itself.

Art ,   History,   Artist,   Women,   Men,   Study,   Michigan,  
Glitzy, glamorous ISL promises new beginning for Indian soccer

Glitzy, glamorous ISL promises new beginning for Indian soccer

11 Oct 2014

Kolkata: Proclaimed a game-changer and perhaps the most star-studded event ever in the history of Indian football featuring retired giants of the game, the ISL will kick off in Kolkata on Sunday aiming to give a fresh lease of life to the global sport in a country which has been called a “sleeping giant” by FIFA.

history of Indian football,   ISL,   FIFA,   Indian football,   Indian Super League ,  
Cook says Pietersen's <strong>book</strong> has 'tarnished' English cricket

Cook says Pietersen's book has 'tarnished' English cricket

11 Oct 2014

London: Denying Kevin Pietersen‘s claims that a bullying culture had flourished in the England dressing room in recent years, captain Alastair Cook says the maverick cricketer’s controversial autobiography has “tarnished” one of the most successful eras for the national team.

Kevin Pietersen,   England cricket team,   Alastair Cook ,  
Swann labels Pietersen's <strong>book</strong> 'fiction'

Swann labels Pietersen's book 'fiction'

07 Oct 2014

London: Former England team mate Graeme Swann began the backlash against Kevin Pietersen's new book on Monday by labelling it "the biggest work of fiction since Jules Verne".

Graeme Swann,   Kevin Pietersen,   autobiography,   Matthew Prior,   James Anderson,   bullying,   ECB,  
<strong>Book</strong> tickets for Rashtrapati Bhavan museum online

Book tickets for Rashtrapati Bhavan museum online

01 Oct 2014

New Delhi: People planning to visit the Rashtrapati Bhawan and its newly opened museum can book tickets online from next month onward. Entry to the new museum at the Bhawan is currently free for visitors.

Rashtrapati Bhawan,   museum at Rashtrapati Bhawan,  
Northeast India's 115 years old rail track is now <strong>history</strong>

Northeast India's 115 years old rail track is now history

01 Oct 2014

Agartala/Silchar (Assam): It was an emotional moment in India's mountainous northeastern region when the train ran on the 115 years old metre gauge line of the region for the last time - and into history.

Agartala,   Silchar,   Assam,   northeastern region,   train,   metre gauge line,   ,  
Women outnumbered men throughout human <strong>history</strong>: Study

Women outnumbered men throughout human history: Study

25 Sep 2014

London: In developments which could lead to books on human evolutionary history being rewritten, new DNA analysis has found that women outnumbered men throughout humanity.

London,   human evolutionary,   history,   DNA analysis,   women,   men,   humanity,  

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