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70 percent of <strong>Indian</strong> sewage treatment plants dysfunctional: Prakash Javadekar

70 percent of Indian sewage treatment plants dysfunctional: Prakash Javadekar

21 Nov 2014

Gandhinagar: Union Minister Prakash Javadekar on Friday said that 70 percent of all sewage treatment plants in India do not work due to high running cost. Through his recorded video message at 'Wastech', an international summit on waste management organised at Mahatma Mandir here on Friday, Javadekar called for better solutions to tackle problems related to waste management in India.

Prakash Javadekar,   Indian sewage treatment,   sewage treatment plants,   Wastech,   waste management,  
Suresh Prabhu meets Mumbai suburban railway officials

Suresh Prabhu meets Mumbai suburban railway officials

22 Nov 2014

Mumbai: Railway Minister Suresh Prabhu assured that the Central government was committed to addressing the problems plaguing the Mumbai suburban railway.

Suresh Prabhu,   suburban railway,   Indian railway,   Railway Minister ,   BJP,  
Oz tour will give an advantage to India in WC: Laxman

Oz tour will give an advantage to India in WC: Laxman

21 Nov 2014

New Delhi: For batting legend VVS Laxman there are no clear favourites for next year's World Cup in Australia and New Zealand, but the stylish Hyderabadi feels India will surely enjoy an "advantage" having spent a considerable amount of time Down Under before the mega-event.

VVS Laxman,   Cricket World Cup in Australia and New Zealand ,  
Gavaskar hits out at Meiyyapan, questions Srinivasan's silence

Gavaskar hits out at Meiyyapan, questions Srinivasan's silence

18 Nov 2014

New Delhi: Indian cricket legend Sunil Gavaskar has hit out at Gurunath Meiyyapan, son-in-law of ICC President N Srinivasan, over his involvement in betting and also questioned the Tamil Nadu strongman's silence in the whole spot-fixing and betting issue.

Indian cricket,   Sunil Gavaskar,   Gurunath Meiyyapan,   ICC President N Srinivasan,   IPL spot-fixing,  
England have put Pietersen row behind them: Alastair Cook

England have put Pietersen row behind them: Alastair Cook

14 Nov 2014

London: England captain Alastair Cook insisted Friday the controversy over Kevin Pietersen`s autobiography was well and truly in the past for his side ahead of their one-day international series in Sri Lanka.

England cricket team,   Alastair Cook,   Kevin Pietersen,  
India aim sole No.1 spot in ICC ODI rankings

India aim sole No.1 spot in ICC ODI rankings

05 Oct 2014

Dubai: India have a chance to become the sole number one team, a position currently shared with South Africa, in the ICC ODI rankings if the hosts blank West Indies 5-0 in the series starting October 8 in Kochi.

Indian cricket team,   South African cricket team,   ICC ODI rankings,   West Indies in Indi,  
Mathews wants settled side for England series

Mathews wants settled side for England series

21 Nov 2014

Colombo: Sri Lanka captain Angelo Mathews wants a settled side to face England in their limited-overs series starting next week, and avoid the wholesale changes that resulted in a woeful tour to India in which his team lost all five of its matches.

Sri Lanka cricket captain,   Angelo Mathews,   Sri Lanka tour of India,  
Victorious <strong>Indian</strong> hockey <strong>team</strong> returns home

Victorious Indian hockey team returns home

11 Nov 2014

New Delhi: Indian men's hockey team that stunned world champions Australia 3-1 in a test series returned home to a rousing reception by Hockey India (HI) and fans on Tuesday.

Indian men's hockey team,   Indian beat Australia,   Hockey India,   HI,  
BCCI AGM on Nov 20, Shastri to stay on till 2015 World Cup

BCCI AGM on Nov 20, Shastri to stay on till 2015 World Cup

26 Sep 2014

Chennai: The all-powerful working committee of the BCCI on Friday retained former India all-rounder Ravi Shastri as the Director of the Indian cricket team till the ICC World Cup next year while deciding to hold its Annual General Meeting here on November 20.

BCCI,   Ravi Shastri,   Director of Indian cricket team,   ICC World Cup ,  
Panel on Terry Walsh issue to meet again on November 17

Panel on Terry Walsh issue to meet again on November 17

14 Nov 2014

New Delhi: The three-member panel formed to look into the demands of Terry Walsh to stay on as the chief coach of the national hockey team could not arrive at a decision on the issue on Friday and fixed another meeting on Monday.

Terry Walsh,   Indian hockey team ,  

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