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Nathan Lyon backs umpires, says both teams need to calm down

Nathan Lyon backs umpires, says both teams need to calm down

22 Dec 2014

Melbourne: Indian cricket captain Mahendra Singh Dhoni might feel that umpiring in the ongoing Test series needs to improve but Australian off-spinner Nathan Lyon on Monday said officials have done a good job and a couple of bad decisions should not provoke on-field altercations.

Nathan Lyon,   Umpire,   Indian cricket,   Mahendra Singh Dhoni,   Australia,  
Accept DRS or suffer, current and former <strong>players</strong> to BCCI

Accept DRS or suffer, current and former players to BCCI

21 Dec 2014

New Delhi: With close decisions going against India of late, current and former cricketers feel it is high time the BCCI give its nod to the contentious Decision Review System as refusal to accept technology is hurting the team badly.

India vs Australia,   Indian cricketers,   BCCI,   Decision Review System,   DRS,   Indian cricket team,  
Joe Burns replaces injured Mitch Marsh for <strong>Boxing</strong> Day Test

Joe Burns replaces injured Mitch Marsh for Boxing Day Test

21 Dec 2014

Brisbane: Batsman Joe Burns was on Sunday handed an unexpected Test debut as he replaced all-rounder Mitchell Marsh in a 13-member Australian cricket squad for the third Test against India starting December 26.

Joe Burns,   Test series in Australia,   Mitchell Marsh,   Australian cricket squad,   third Test against India,  
Not enough podiums, but lifters bury ghosts of doping

Not enough podiums, but lifters bury ghosts of doping

21 Dec 2014

New Delhi: There is not much to show in terms of stellar performances but the fact that Indian weightlifters managed to bury the ghost of doping, which has haunted them for long, was no less an achievement in what can easily be considered a good year for the sport.

Indian weightlifters,   doping,   Indian Weightlifting Federation,   ,  
IOA refuses to recognise <strong>Boxing</strong> India, its president slams AIBA

IOA refuses to recognise Boxing India, its president slams AIBA

19 Dec 2014

Chennai: Indian Olympic Association on Friday rejected Boxing India's application for recognition as the national federation, with its president N Ramachandran saying that BI was "imposed" by the world body AIBA against the wishes of the IOA.

IOA,   Boxing India,   AIBA president,   AIBA,   boxing,   sports,   ,  
FIIs inflow in <strong>Indian</strong> capital markets at Rs 2.6 lakh crore in 2014

FIIs inflow in Indian capital markets at Rs 2.6 lakh crore in 2014

21 Dec 2014

New Delhi: Overseas investors have poured in over Rs 14,000 crore in the Indian capital markets this month so far, taking total inflows to a staggering Rs 2.6 lakh crore this year.

FII,   Foreign Institutional Investors,   Indian Capital Market,   FPI,   Foreign Portfolio Investors ,  
Global e-tailers will hit homegrown e-commerce <strong>players</strong>: Government

Global e-tailers will hit homegrown e-commerce players: Government

20 Dec 2014

New Delhi: Permitting global e-commerce players like Amazon to do retail trading in the country will "finish" the domestic players like Flipkart, a senior government official said.

Amazon,   FICCI,   E commerce,   Alibaba founder,   Alibaba,   ,  
Change of guard in SpiceJet?

Change of guard in SpiceJet?

21 Dec 2014

New Delhi: Beleaguered SpiceJet could see a change of guard if Indian and foreign investors, who are now carrying out due diligence of the cash-strapped airline, are convinced about investing over Rs 1,200 crore and picking up considerable stake in it, industry sources said on Sunday.

SpiceJet,   Indian and foreign investors,   airlines in India ,  
Hawaii keen on collaborating with <strong>Indian</strong> filmmakers

Hawaii keen on collaborating with Indian filmmakers

20 Dec 2014

Panaji: America's picturesque state Hawaii is keen on collaborating with Indian cinema and inviting Indian filmmakers to shoot films, US Congress member Tulsi Gabbard said here on Saturday.

Tulsi Gabbard,   Indian filmmakers,   Hawaii,   America,   Prime Minister Narendra Modi,   ,  
Dale Steyn rips through Windies, Proteas post huge win

Dale Steyn rips through Windies, Proteas post huge win

20 Dec 2014

Pretoria: Right arm pacer Dale Steyn ripped through the West Indies top order to claim his 25th five-wicket haul in test cricket and give South Africa an innings and 220-run victory on the fourth morning of the first test on Saturday.

Pretoria,   Right arm pacer,   Dale Steyn,   West Indies,   Five-wicket haul,   Test match,   South Africa,   Proteas,   Port Elizabeth,   Boxing day Test,  

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