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Celkon launches Millenia 2GB Xpress budget smartphone for Rs 6,222 in <strong>India</strong>

Celkon launches Millenia 2GB Xpress budget smartphone for Rs 6,222 in India

01 Aug 2015

New Delhi: India's sixth-largest handset maker Celkon has launched a budget smartphone –  Millenia 2GB Xpress – for Rs 6,222 in the Indian market.

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Danish Kaneria hopes Pakistan <strong>cricket</strong> helps him to pay fine

Danish Kaneria hopes Pakistan cricket helps him to pay fine

01 Aug 2015

Karachi: Banned test leg-spinner, Danish Kaneria is hoping against hope that Pakistan's cricket authorities and cricket community will come to his rescue after the England and Wales Cricket Board (ECB) stepped up its efforts to recover almost 250,000 pounds from him.

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Home Ministry calls high-level meeting today over IS threat

Home Ministry calls high-level meeting today over IS threat

01 Aug 2015

New Delhi: Attraction to radical ideologies, such as that propagated by ISIS, and how to prevent Indian youths from coming under the sway of extremist doctrines would be deliberated threadbare at a high-level meeting called by the Home Ministry today.

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<strong>India</strong>, Bangladesh exchange enclaves; people rejoice

India, Bangladesh exchange enclaves; people rejoice

01 Aug 2015

Dinhata (West Bengal): Crackers were burst and people rejoiced as India and Bangladesh exchanged enclaves at the stroke of midnight on Friday-Saturday, ending the 68 years of stateless existence for over 51,000 enclave dwellers.

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ISIS abducts four Indian teachers in Libya, two freed

ISIS abducts four Indian teachers in Libya, two freed

01 Aug 2015

New Delhi: Islamic State terror group (ISIS) abducted four Indian teachers working in Libya two days ago but the government said it has 'secured' the release of two of them.

ISIS,   Islamic State,   Indian teachers in Libya,   Libya,   Indians abducted in Libya,   Sushma Swaraj,   latest India news,  
Ijaz Butt hits out at BCCI, says <strong>India</strong> not keen to revive ties

Ijaz Butt hits out at BCCI, says India not keen to revive ties

31 Jul 2015

Karachi: Former Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) chairman Ijaz Butt has said that the present PCB set-up should stop wasting its time trying to organise a series against India as "it would never happen".

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Ten amazing facts about <strong>cricket</strong> that'll blow your mind

Ten amazing facts about cricket that'll blow your mind

31 Jul 2015

New Delhi: Here are ten interesting facts about cricket that will surprise you for sure. Have a look.

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Aparajith fifer, Bancroft 150 lights up second Day

Aparajith fifer, Bancroft 150 lights up second Day

30 Jul 2015

Chennai: India A off-spinner Baba Aparajith struck late with a five-wicket haul, but it was opener Cameron Bancroft's strokeful 150 that powered Australia A to a crucial first innings lead on Day 2 of the second four-day unofficial cricket 'Test' on Thursday.

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No <strong>cricket</strong> ties with Pakistan as of now: BCCI

No cricket ties with Pakistan as of now: BCCI

27 Jul 2015

New Delhi: The BCCI today appeared to rule out an immediate resumption of Indo-Pak cricket ties in the wake of Gurdaspur terror attack, in which militants from the across the border are believed to be involved.

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<strong>India</strong> A batsmen falter again on third Day

India A batsmen falter again on third Day

31 Jul 2015

Chennai: With their backs to the wall after conceding a big first innings lead, India A top-order faltered once again to reach 265 for six at the end of third day's play against Australia A in the second unofficial 'Test' here today.

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