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Harikrishna leads <strong>Indian</strong> challenge in strong Tradewise Masters

Harikrishna leads Indian challenge in strong Tradewise Masters

27 Jan 2015

Gibraltar: Grandmaster P Harirkishna will spearhead the Indian challenge in the super-strong Masters' section of the Tradewise Gibraltar chess festival.

P Harirkishna,   Chess Grandmaster,   Chess Masters,   Tradewise Gibraltar chess festival,  
Injured Rohit Sharma unlikely to be available before WC warm-ups

Injured Rohit Sharma unlikely to be available before WC warm-ups

27 Jan 2015

Perth: The Indian team management has decided not to risk injured opener Rohit Sharma for India's do-or-die cricket tri-series game against England on January 30 and also for the finals in case India happen to win their last round robin encounter in the tournament.

Indian cricket team,   Rohit Sharma,   Indian cricket team,   ODI tri series ,  
Recognising contribution of <strong>Indian</strong> soldiers in World War-I

Recognising contribution of Indian soldiers in World War-I

27 Jan 2015

New Delhi: The contribution of over seven lakh Indian soldiers who participated in the First World War comes alive through several objects and rare photographs that displayed her in an ongoing exhibition.

Indian soldiers,   World War-I,   Indian soldiers,   World War exhibition,   indian soldiers contribution,  
Etihad Airways changes flight schedules to benefit <strong>Indian</strong> subcontinent

Etihad Airways changes flight schedules to benefit Indian subcontinent

27 Jan 2015

Dubai: Etihad Airways has announced changes in its flights' timings between Abu Dhabi and North America from March, owing to the increasing demand of travel from the Indian Subcontinent.

Etihad Airways,   Etihad Airways flight schedules,   Indian subcontinent,   Etihad Airways flight timings change,   Abu Dhabi,  
India ponder over worries ahead of do-or-die match

India ponder over worries ahead of do-or-die match

27 Jan 2015

Sydney: The Indian cricket team left for Perth on Tuesday, keeping in mind the need to overcome batting and bowling worries ahead of their virtual semifinal against England in the tri-series on Friday. Despite the wash-out against Australia here on Monday, they would have gone away happy from their trip to Sydney.

Indian cricket team,   India vs England,   ODI tri series,   MS Dhoni,  
Foolish to write off India in World Cup: Geoff Allott

Foolish to write off India in World Cup: Geoff Allott

27 Jan 2015

New Delhi: Former New Zealand fast bowler Geoff Allott feels it would be foolish to write off defending champions India ahead of next month's Cricket World Cup despite their pedestrian showing in the ongoing tour of Australia.

Geoff Allott,   Indian cricket team,   Cricket World Cup,   India in Australia,   MS Dhoni,  
Every girl's life matters; should be treated with dignity: Obama

Every girl's life matters; should be treated with dignity: Obama

27 Jan 2015

New Delhi: "Every girl's life matters", US President Barack Obama said here on Tuesday as he emphasised on providing safety, respect and dignity to women in the country.

Barack Obama,   US President,   Indian women,   dignity of women,   Women in India,  
Thankful to Obama for acknowledging me: Mary Kom

Thankful to Obama for acknowledging me: Mary Kom

27 Jan 2015

New Delhi: Pleasantly surprised after Barack Obama took her name while talking about Indian achievers, celebrated Indian woman boxer M C Mary Kom on Tuesday said it felt proud to be acknowledged by the US President.

Barack Obama,   Indian woman boxer,   MC Mary Kom,   US President,   Obama in India,  
Politicians should also declare their health status: IMA

Politicians should also declare their health status: IMA

27 Jan 2015

New Delhi: Indian Medical Association on Tuesday called upon politicians to declare their health status like they declare their financial assets with Delhi scheduled to go for assembly polls on February 7.

health of politicians,   Indian Medical Association,   IMA,   Delhi Assembly Polls,  
Railways seeks Rs 20,000 crore to eliminate unmanned level crossings

Railways seeks Rs 20,000 crore to eliminate unmanned level crossings

27 Jan 2015

New Delhi: Rattled by frequent accidents at unmanned level crossings, Railways has sought Rs 20,000 crore from the Finance Ministry to eliminate all such crossings.

Unmanned level crossings,   Indian Railways,   Finance Ministry,   Railway budget,   Budget 2015,  

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