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Ebola threat: SA flight carrying <strong>Indians</strong> cleared; One from Liberia quarantined

Ebola threat: SA flight carrying Indians cleared; One from Liberia quarantined

27 Aug 2014

Mumbai: South African Airways, which ferried 20 Indians from Ebola-hit Liberia on its flight from Johannesburg to Mumbai, said all the passengers had been allowed to fly onwards after a thorough screening for Ebola Virus Disease (EVD) after their arrival in Johannesburg.

Ebola,   Ebola virus,   Indians,   Ebola-hit Liberia,   South Africa flight,  
 <strong>Indians</strong> keep their faith with Modi, best hope for economy: Survey

Indians keep their faith with Modi, best hope for economy: Survey

22 Aug 2014

New Delhi: More than 70 percent of Indians are satisfied with the leadership of Prime Minister Narendra Modi since he took office nearly three months ago, an opinion poll showed, seeing in him the best hope to put the economy back on track.

Narendra Modi,   BJP,   by India Today-Hansa Research,   NDA,   hindutva ,  
Dubai is new favourite tourist destination for <strong>Indians</strong>: Survey

Dubai is new favourite tourist destination for Indians: Survey

19 Aug 2014

Mumbai: UAE's populous city Dubai has topped the list of most preferred overseas destination for Indian travellers in first half of 2014 in Hotels.com's Hotel Price Index (HPI) survey.

Dubai,   Indians,   tourist,   destination,   survey,   London,  
Phil Mickelson sees 2015 as start of his Olympic campaign

Phil Mickelson sees 2015 as start of his Olympic campaign

20 Aug 2014

Paramus: Five-times major winner Phil Mickelson, nearly done with a mostly disappointing season, has set his sights on 2015 and a campaign to realise a golfing dream at the Rio Olympics the following year.

Phil Mickelson,   Rio Olympics,   golfer,  
I will leave boxing after 2016 <strong>Olympics</strong>: Sarita Devi

I will leave boxing after 2016 Olympics: Sarita Devi

20 Aug 2014

New Delhi: Commonwealth Games silver medallist Sarita Devi plans to hang up her boxing gloves after the 2016 Olympic Games to be held in Rio De Janeiro and said that she will certainly work towards an Olympic medal.

Commonwealth Games,   Sarita Devi,   2016 Olympic Games,   Rio De Janeiro games,  
<strong>Indians</strong> soaked in Lord Krishna’s devotion in Braj bhumi

Indians soaked in Lord Krishna’s devotion in Braj bhumi

18 Aug 2014

New Delhi: Krishna Janamashtami celebrations this year in Braj area, reached a crescendo with temples completely decked up and devotees from across India queuing up for a glimpse of the presiding deities, despite security hype.

Devotion,   Lord Krishna,   Janamashtmi,   Mathura,   Indian festival,   festivity,  
More <strong>Indians</strong> likely to find domestic jobs in Middle East

More Indians likely to find domestic jobs in Middle East

18 Aug 2014

Thiruvananthapuram: As more and more women in Middle East countries step outside their homes for work, the opportunities for Asians to work as cooks, nannies and drivers in the region are likely to go up, said a migration expert.

Indians,   domestic jobs,   Middle East,   workers,   Kerala government,  
Kallis, Pollard opt for respective IPL teams in CLT20

Kallis, Pollard opt for respective IPL teams in CLT20

22 Aug 2014

New Delhi: All the players named by more than two teams for the Champions League Twenty20, including South African legend Jacques Kallis and West Indian dasher Kieron Pollard, have opted for their IPL franchises instead of their domestic teams.

Keiron Pollard,   Jacques Kallis,   Cape Cobra,   Champions Trophy,   T20,   IPL,   Mumbai Indians,   Corey Anderson,   Kolkata Knight Riders,  
Transport initiatives to ease congestion at Nanjing Youth <strong>Olympics</strong>

Transport initiatives to ease congestion at Nanjing Youth Olympics

14 Aug 2014

Nanjing (China): With the second Youth Olympic Games (YOG) set to open on Saturday, traffic concerns are among the top priorities and a number of measures have been put in place, said Mao Hanqi, the transport and security spokesperson for the Nanjing traffic management bureau.

China. China transport,   Nanjing Youth Olympics,   China Olympics,   Nanjing traffic management bureau,   Traffic control measures,  
<strong>Indians</strong> need exposure to wider world outside riches of IPL, says Michael Vaughan

Indians need exposure to wider world outside riches of IPL, says Michael Vaughan

19 Aug 2014

London: India captain MS Dhoni might have refused to blame Indian Premier League (IPL) for his team's shambolic show in the five-Test series against England, but former English skipper Michael Vaughan feels the young Indian players must come out of the cash-rich league's shadow and play county cricket.

Indian Premier League,   Michael Vaughan,   IPL,   India vs England,   India-England rubber,   India-England Test,  

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