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5th Test: England 385/7 at stumps on Day 2, lead by 237 runs

5th Test: England 385/7 at stumps on Day 2, lead by 237 runs

16 Aug 2014

London: Joe Root slammed an unbeaten 92 as England took a substantial first innings lead of 237 runs on the second day to tighten their grip on the fifth and final Test against a hapless India on Saturday.

England vs India,   Indian cricket team,   India in england,   India tour of england,   MS Dhoni,   live Scorecard,   live cricket score,   live cricket match,   Kennington Oval ,  
Undersea search for Malaysian plane in <strong>Indian</strong> Ocean refined

Undersea search for Malaysian plane in Indian Ocean refined

28 Aug 2014

Canberra: The multi-million dollar undersea hunt for missing Malaysia Airlines Flight MH370 will now focus on the southern part of the Indian Ocean after a new clue suggested that the jetliner may have turned south earlier than previously believed, Australia announced on Thursday.

MH370,   undersea hunt of MH370,   Malaysia Airlines Flight,   Boeing 777,  
I-League continues to be <strong>Indian</strong> football's mainstay: AIFF

I-League continues to be Indian football's mainstay: AIFF

28 Aug 2014

Mumbai: The Indian Super League promises to revolutionise the country's football scene like never before but the All India Football Federation on Thursday maintained that its poorer and older cousin, I-League, continues to be the mainstay of the sport.

Indian Super League,   All India Football Federation,   AIFF,   I-League,  
Prominent citizens urge Modi to bring poll, police reforms

Prominent citizens urge Modi to bring poll, police reforms

29 Aug 2014

New Delhi: A group of prominent citizens has written to Prime Minister Narendra Modi requesting him to initiate electoral and police reforms ahead of Assembly polls slated for later this year.

NaMo,   BJP,   Indian PM,   Somnath Chatterjee,   Ram Jethmalani┬Ş Mohan Parasaran,   Police reformation,  
No chance for England in 2015 WC under Cook, says ex-players

No chance for England in 2015 WC under Cook, says ex-players

26 Aug 2014

London: Former captain Michael Vaughan and ex-spinner Graeme Swann has called for a change in personnel and feels Alastair Cook should be removed as ODI skipper if England wish to win the 2015 World Cup in Australia and New Zealand.

Michael Vaughan,   Graeme Swann,   Alastair Cook,   England cricket team,   2015 cricket World Cup,  
<strong>Indian</strong> men hoopsters grouped with Palestine, Saudi, Kazakh

Indian men hoopsters grouped with Palestine, Saudi, Kazakh

25 Aug 2014

Mumbai: Indian men have been grouped with Palestine, Saudi Arabia and Kazakhstan in the preliminary phase of the basketball competition in next month's 17th Asian Games at Incheon, South Korea.

Indian basketball team,   basketball competition Asian Games,  
Australian PM to visit India next week; uranium deal tops agenda

Australian PM to visit India next week; uranium deal tops agenda

29 Aug 2014

Melbourne: Australian Prime Minister Tony Abbott will undertake his first visit to India next week to further strengthen the strategic partnership and promote trade and investment between the two countries, which are also likely to ink the much-awaited uranium deal.

Australian PM,   Tony Abbott,   Indian PM,   NaMo,   Narendra Modi,   India- Australia economic growth,   India- Australia trade,  India- Australia uranium deal,   civil nuclear agreement ,  
India, US provide assistance to Nepal flood victims

India, US provide assistance to Nepal flood victims

29 Aug 2014

Kathmandu: India and the United States have pledged financial support to the people affected by the recent flood and landslides in Nepal that claimed at least 250 lives.

Indian government,   US government,   Nepal flood,   Nepal landslide,   Embassy of India,   Ranjit Rae,   Nepal PM,   Sushil Koirala,  World Food Program,   Agency for International Development,  
US Sikhs, lawmakers protest basketball ban on turbans

US Sikhs, lawmakers protest basketball ban on turbans

29 Aug 2014

Washington: Two US lawmakers, including the lone Indian-American Congressman, have joined Sikh community groups in protesting the world basketball body FIBA's delay in reviewing the discriminatory policy against Sikh basketball players who wear turbans.

United States,   Indian-American Congressman,   Sikh community,   FIBA,   International Basketball Federation,   Sikh players,   Sikh turban,   Basketball World Cup,   Sikh American Legal Defence and Education Fund,  
Virat Kohli, bowlers give India convincing win in one-day warm-up

Virat Kohli, bowlers give India convincing win in one-day warm-up

23 Aug 2014

London: Under-fire batsman Virat Kohli finally came good and the bowlers delivered to help India beat Middlesex by 95 runs in the the 50-over practice game at Lord's on Friday.

Virat Kohli,   Bowlers,   Team India,   Middlesex,   Practice game,   Lord's,   Indian national cricket team,   BCCI,  

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