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US man runs seven marathons in seven days

US man runs seven marathons in seven days

28 Jan 2015

San Francisco: Thirty-one-year-old Tim Durbin completed seven marathons in seven days on seven continents. The San Francisco resident was the only American who competed in the World Marathon Challenge that started last Saturday and ended in Sydney on Friday, after which he tweeted: ‘And Done’.

Tim Durbin,   seven marathons,   San Francisco,   26 mile marathons,   World Marathon Challenge,  
Aus cricket mulls appointing Smith as ODI captain after WC

Aus cricket mulls appointing Smith as ODI captain after WC

27 Jan 2015

Sydney: Michael Clarke may just meet the fitness deadline to lead the national team into the World Cup starting February 14, even as many Australia cricket officials are mulling appointing Steven Smith as full-time captain after the 50-over showpiece event.

Michael Clarke,   Australian World Cup team,   Australia cricket team,   Steven Smith,  
Contract row is no big deal: PCB official

Contract row is no big deal: PCB official

27 Jan 2015

Karachi: A senior official of the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) has said that the contract row with players in the World Cup squad would be sorted out this week.

Pakistani Cricket Board,   PCB,   World Cup Contract Row,   Cricket World Cup,   Misbah-ul-Haq,   Shahid Afridi,   Younis Khan,  
Charlie Hebdo's weekly circulation tops 7 million <strong>post</strong> terror attack

Charlie Hebdo's weekly circulation tops 7 million post terror attack

24 Jan 2015

Paris: Circulation of the "survivors'" issue of Charlie Hebdo, published after a deadly attack on the French satirical weekly's Paris office, is set to top seven million, the distributor has said.

Charlie Hebdo,   Paris attack,   Charlie Hebdo circulation,   Charlie Hebdo cartoon,   Terror attack,  
India needs 3.5 million hospital beds, 3 million doctors by 2034

India needs 3.5 million hospital beds, 3 million doctors by 2034

27 Jan 2015

Mumbai: The Indian healthcare delivery system, which suffers from acute problem of limited resources, will need an investment of around USD 245 billion through traditional means to deliver desired outcome in next two decades, according to a PricewaterhouseCoopers (PwC) report.

Indian healthcare delivery system,   Healthcare in India,   limited resources,   World Health Organisation,   India,  
Pakistan hope to lurch from disaster to triumph

Pakistan hope to lurch from disaster to triumph

27 Jan 2015

Karachi: If there is one team among the top eight at the World Cup which could either crash out embarrassingly in the first round or romp to the title, it's Pakistan.

Cricket World Cup,   Pakistan cricket team,   Misbah ul Haq,   Shahid Afridi,   ODI WC ,  
Pakistan hope to lurch from disaster to triumph

Pakistan hope to lurch from disaster to triumph

27 Jan 2015

Karachi: If there is one team among the top eight at the World Cup which could either crash out embarrassingly in the first round or romp to the title, it's Pakistan.

Pakistan,   Cricket World Cup,   Misbah-Ul Haq,   Imran Khan,   Shahid Afridi,   Moin Khan ,  
<strong>World</strong> Bank lauds India for economic reforms

World Bank lauds India for economic reforms

24 Jan 2015

Davos: As the global economic scenario remains gloomy, a few countries, including India, have begun undertaking structural reforms, World Bank chief Jim Yong Kim said.

India economy,   India economic reforms,   World Bank,   Jim Yong Kim,   World Economic Forum,   WEF,   Davos meet,  
ODI tri-series: India look to re-ignite <strong>World</strong> Cup preparations

ODI tri-series: India look to re-ignite World Cup preparations

25 Jan 2015

Sydney: Their World Cup preparations derailed by successive losses, India would look to reignite the spark and keep themselves afloat in the ODI cricket tri-series when they take on an unbeaten Australia in a must-win game here on Monday.

World Cup,   India vs Australia,   ODI tri series,   india in Australia,   MS Dhoni,  
India appeals to DSB over import of US agricultural products

India appeals to DSB over import of US agricultural products

27 Jan 2015

Geneva: India has appealed to the Dispute Settlement Board of World Trade Organisation for a panel decision on its issues with the US over agricultural imports.

India US business,   agricultural imports to US,   Dispute settlement Board,   World Trade Organisation,  

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