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Fear of losing is gone, says HS Prannoy

Fear of losing is gone, says HS Prannoy

19 Sep 2014

New Delhi: Indian shuttler HS Prannoy says the success of winning the Indonesian Masters Grand Prix Gold has erased his fears of defeat and fuelled a dream of working harder than ever to qualify for 2016 Rio Olympics.

HS Prannoy,   Indonesian Masters Grand Prix Gold,   2016 Rio Olympics,  
Defending Champions Mumbai <strong>Indians</strong> crash out of CLT20

Defending Champions Mumbai Indians crash out of CLT20

17 Sep 2014

Raipur: Defending champions Mumbai Indians paid the price for their indifferent show, crashing out of the Champions League T20 as a committed Northern Knights from New Zealand overpowered them with a one-sided six-wicket victory in the final qualifying round match.

Mumbai Indians,   Champions League T20,   Northern Knights,   CLT20,   T20 league,   T20 cricket,  
56 percent <strong>Indians</strong> book their travel three months in advance: Survey

56 percent Indians book their travel three months in advance: Survey

17 Sep 2014

Mumbai: More than 50 percent Indians while planning weekend holidays make their travel bookings three months in advance to lock their preferred dates and avoid last minute hassles, according to a recent survey.

Travel,   Travel booking,   Pre- travel booking,   Domestic travel,   International travel,   Hajj travel,  
Rio Olympic village 50 percent complete: Officials

Rio Olympic village 50 percent complete: Officials

19 Sep 2014

Rio de Janeiro: Construction work at Rio's 2016 Olympic village has reached 50 percent completion, authorities said.

Construction work,   Rio de Janeiro,   Rio Olympic village,   Rio Olympic Games,   2016 Olympics ,  
Rio Olympic village 50 percent complete: Officials

Rio Olympic village 50 percent complete: Officials

19 Sep 2014

Rio de Janeiro: Construction work at Rio's 2016 Olympic village has reached 50 percent completion, authorities said. Located in the neighbourhood of Barra da Tijuca, west of Rio's city centre, the village will accommodate 18,000 athletes and officials.

Rio de Janerio,   Olympics 2016,   Rio's 2016 Olympic village,  Paralympic Games,  
CLT20: We should have scored atleast 160, says MI skipper Pollard

CLT20: We should have scored atleast 160, says MI skipper Pollard

17 Sep 2014

Raipur: Mumbai Indians skipper Kieron Pollard rued the fact that team's batting let them down as the defending champions crashed out of the qualifying round of the Champions League T20.

Mumbai Indians,   MI skipper,   Kieron Pollard,   Champions League T20,   CLT20,  
I hope to maintain momentum till Rio <strong>Olympics</strong>: Jitu Rai

I hope to maintain momentum till Rio Olympics: Jitu Rai

15 Sep 2014

New Delhi: He has just become the first Indian shooter to win five international medals in a calendar year but Jitu Rai remains hungry for more and wants to achieve as many podium finishes as possible in the run-up to the 2016 Rio Olympics.

Indian shooter,   Jitu Rai,   2016 Rio Olympics,  
Sprightly Northern Knights face Cape Cobras

Sprightly Northern Knights face Cape Cobras

18 Sep 2014

Raipur: Spirited New Zealand side Northern Knights, who upstaged a star-studded Mumbai Indians in the qualifiers, will come face to face with one of the favourites to lift the title, South Africa's Cape Cobras, in their opening Group B tie of the Champions League T20 here on Friday.

Raipur,   New Zealand side,   Northern Knights,   Mumbai Indians,   qualifiers,   Cape Cobras,   opening Group B tie,   Champions League T20,  
Southee, Boult set the match for Northern Knights: Hussey

Southee, Boult set the match for Northern Knights: Hussey

17 Sep 2014

Raipur: Knocked out of the Champions League T20 after losing to Northern Knights in the qualifying round, Mumbai Indians' ace batsman Michael Hussey said some tight bowling by pacers Trent Boult and Tim Southee had led to his team's downfall.

Champions League T20,   Northern Knights,   Mumbai Indians,   Michael Hussey,   Trent Boult,   Tim Southee,  
CLT20: Mumbai <strong>Indians</strong> need to work on fielding, says Pollard

CLT20: Mumbai Indians need to work on fielding, says Pollard

15 Sep 2014

Raipur: Mumbai Indians might have won a one-sided battle against Sri Lankan outfit Southern Express but skipper Kieron Pollard said that the players need to improve their fielding if they want to enter the Oppo Champions League Twenty20 main draw starting September 17.

Mumbai Indians,   Southern Express,   Kieron Pollard,   Fielding,   Champions League Twenty20,   CLT20,  

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