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English experience to help Indians in Australia tour: Laxman

English experience to help Indians in Australia tour: Laxman

24 Oct 2014

Kolkata: VVS Laxman on Friday said that the English experience would help the cricketers do well in the grueling Australia tour that precedes the World Cup.

VVS Laxman,   Australia tour,   2015 World Cup,   Indian cricket team,  
Laxman named 'batting consultant' of CAB's Vision 2020 project

Laxman named 'batting consultant' of CAB's Vision 2020 project

24 Oct 2014

Kolkata: Former India batting great VVS Laxman has been appointed batting consultant in Cricket Association of Bengal (CAB)'s Vision 2020 Project due to the initiative of association's joint secretary and Laxman's long-time India team colleague Sourav Ganguly.

VVS Laxman,   Cricket Association of Bengal,   CAB,   VVS Laxman,   Sourav Ganguly,  
Mohammedan Sporting makes U-turn, decides to play

Mohammedan Sporting makes U-turn, decides to play

24 Oct 2014

Kolkata: Just days after shocking the football fraternity by declaring they were shutting down for the season due to acute funds crunch, the city's 123-year-old club Mohammedan Sporting on Friday announced that they would play in all tournaments and resume practice on Saturday.

football in India,   Mohammedan Sporting,  
"Embarrassed" West Indies <strong>cricket</strong> seeks meeting with BCCI

"Embarrassed" West Indies cricket seeks meeting with BCCI

22 Oct 2014

Barbados: In its bid to repair the damages caused by the West Indies team's sudden pullout of the India series, an "embarrassed" West Indies Cricket Board (WICB) has sought a meeting with its Indian counterpart and expressed sorrow for the unfortunate turn of events.

West Indies,   West Indies cricket,   BCCI,   West Indies team,   India series,   West Indies Cricket Board,   BCCI meeting,  
Captain Dhoni not 'innovative and proactive" enough: Holding

Captain Dhoni not 'innovative and proactive" enough: Holding

24 Oct 2014

New Delhi: Legendary West Indies fast bowler Michael Holding feels Mahendra Singh Dhoni is not "innovative and proactive enough as captain, especially in Tests" although India would remain a strong contender to retain their World Cup title in Australia next year.

Michael Holding,   Mahendra Singh Dhoni,   2015 cricket World Cup,  
AIIB will provide funds for infrastructure: <strong>India</strong> Inc

AIIB will provide funds for infrastructure: India Inc

24 Oct 2014

Beijing: India Inc on Friday welcomed the country's participation in the newly-established Asia Infrastructure Investment Bank (AIIB) saying it will help to leverage badly needed funds for infrastructure development. The moot point is that large economy like India really needs financing badly as it requires over a trillion USD for infrastructure development, A Didar Singh, Secretary General of the Federation of Indian Chambers of Commerce and Industry (FICCI) said on Friday.

AIIB funds for infrastructure,   infrastructure funds,   Asia Infrastructure Investment Bank,   infrastructure development,   FICCI,   Asian Development Bank,  
ICC 'concerned' by <strong>India</strong>-West Indies dispute

ICC 'concerned' by India-West Indies dispute

22 Oct 2014

New Delhi: The International Cricket Council (ICC) has expressed its concern about the dispute between the Indian and West Indian cricket boards but says it is powerless to intervene.

International Cricket Council,   ICC,   Indian and West Indian cricket boards,  
Bottlenecks need to be cleared to woo private investments: CEA

Bottlenecks need to be cleared to woo private investments: CEA

24 Oct 2014

Washington: Acknowledging that private investment is stifled in India due to "lots of regulations" and also scarcity of coal and electricity, new Chief Economic Adviser Arvind Subramanian has said that removing these bottlenecks will be key to kick start growth in the country.

Private investment,   India,   Coal,   Electricity,   Chief Economic Adviser,   CEA,   Arvind Subramanian,   India growth,   Indian economy,  
Never wanted to abandon <strong>India</strong> tour: Marlon Samuels

Never wanted to abandon India tour: Marlon Samuels

24 Oct 2014

Kingston: West Indies stroke-maker Marlon Samuels said he never wanted to be part of the one-day team's plan to abandon the tour of India, and revealed he stayed away from most of the players' meetings during the troubled tour.

Kingston,   West Indies,   Marlon Samuels,   one-day team,   players' meetings,   WICB,   Wavell Hinds,  
<strong>India</strong> a country of enormous energy and power: John Kerry

India a country of enormous energy and power: John Kerry

24 Oct 2014

Washington: Describing India as a country of enormous energy and power, US Secretary of State John Kerry has said that the recent visit of Prime Minister Narendra Modi was a moment when Indians and Americans got a real sense of what the two "natural partners" were able to achieve together.

India,   John Kerry,   Kerry,   US Secretary of State,   Prime Minister,   Narendra Modi,   Diwali,   Diwali celebration,   US,   Modi US visit,  

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