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Chowrasia, Lahiri take charge at King's Cup

Chowrasia, Lahiri take charge at King's Cup

27 Nov 2014

Khon Kaen: India's SSP Chowrasia showed his resolve to win again while compatriot Anirban Lahiri fired an ominous warnings to his rivals when they took a share of the opening round lead at the King's Cup on Thursday.

SSP Chowrasia,   Anirban Lahiri,   King's Cup,   Indian golfers,  
ISL hits 1 million in-stadia fans

ISL hits 1 million in-stadia fans

27 Nov 2014

New Delhi: A staggering one million fans have so far thronged stadia across the country to watch the ongoing Hero Indian Super League, as India's most-watched football tournament sets yet another benchmark in its inaugural season, according to the organisers.

Indian Super League,   football tournament in India,   ISL fans,  
After Walsh, women's team coach Hawgood also quits

After Walsh, women's team coach Hawgood also quits

27 Nov 2014

New Delhi: Close on the heels of Terry Walsh’s resignation, another Australian — women’s team coach Neil Hawgood — has also decided to part ways with Indian hockey and has refused to renew his contract that expires at the end of this year.

Terry Walsh,   Indian hockey women’s team,   Neil Hawgood,   Indian hockey,  
Srikanth achieves career-best badminton ranking of 8th

Srikanth achieves career-best badminton ranking of 8th

27 Nov 2014

New Delhi: Rising Indian shuttler K Srikanth jumped two places to achieve his career-best eighth position in the men's singles category of the Badminton World Federation (BWF) rankings released on Thursday.

Indian shuttler K Srikanth,   Badminton World Federation,   BWF rankings,  
Sino-<strong>Indian</strong> military exercises strengthened bonds: China

Sino-Indian military exercises strengthened bonds: China

27 Nov 2014

Beijing: China's military said on Thursday that the just-concluded Sino-Indian joint army exercises in Pune helped the two forces to learn from each other to "jointly cope" with terrorist threats and strengthened friendship.

Sino-Indian,   military exercises ,   China,   Geng Yansheng,   Hand-in-Hand,   anti-terrorism exercises,   ,  
Complaints by <strong>Indian</strong> workers working in Gulf on the rise: Government

Complaints by Indian workers working in Gulf on the rise: Government

27 Nov 2014

New Delhi: Complaints from Indian workers in some Gulf countries have shown an upward trend with the highest number those in Qatar in the last one year, the government told Rajya Sabha.

Rajya Sabha,   Indian workers,   United Arab Emirates ,   NRI v,  
24 <strong>Indian</strong> fishermen currently in detention in Sri Lanka: Government

24 Indian fishermen currently in detention in Sri Lanka: Government

27 Nov 2014

New Delhi: 24 Indian fishermen are currently under detention or arrest in Sri Lankan jails on the charge of alleged fishery related violation, the government said.

Indian fishermen,   Detention,   Sri Lankan jails,   Fishery,   Border violation,   Modi government,  
People mob Modi for a handshake in Kathmandu

People mob Modi for a handshake in Kathmandu

27 Nov 2014

Kathmandu: Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi was mobbed by a sea of enthusiastic people as he stopped his car and shook hands with bystanders here on Thursday.

Kathmandu,   Indian Prime Minister,   Narendra Modi,   Modi car,   Modi Nepal,   Modi security,  
Investing 'heavily' in <strong>Indian</strong> operations, says  OnePlus CEO

Investing 'heavily' in Indian operations, says OnePlus CEO

27 Nov 2014

New Delhi: After Xiaomi and Oppo, another Chinese handset maker OnePlus is now gearing up to launch its product in India on December 2.After Xiaomi and Oppo, another Chinese handset maker OnePlus is now gearing up to launch its product in India on December 2.

Xiaomi,   Oppo,   Chinese handset maker,   OnePlus,   OnePlus India,   OnePlus specs,   OnePlus India launch,  
Sonowal, Tendulkar back Sarita, govt to approach AIBA for reconsidering decision of suspending her

Sonowal, Tendulkar back Sarita, govt to approach AIBA for reconsidering decision of suspending her

27 Nov 2014

New Delhi: Sports Minister Sarbananda Sonowal on Wednesday said the Indian government will appeal to the International Boxing Association (AIBA) to reconsider its decision of provisionally suspending Sarita Devi, following her refusal to accept the bronze medal at the Asian Games ceremony.

Sports minister,   Tendulkar,   Sarita,   appeal to AIBA ,   AIBA,   boxing,   sports,  

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