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Be organized - the <strong>world</strong> according to Dunga

Be organized - the world according to Dunga

23 Jul 2014

Rio De Janeiro: Brazil looked forward by looking back on Tuesday in deciding to give former World Cup-winning skipper Dunga a second bite at coaching the Selecao.

Brazil football team,   Fifa World Cup,   Dunga,   Selecao,  
Australia set new women's 4x100m freestyle relay <strong>world</strong> record

Australia set new women's 4x100m freestyle relay world record

25 Jul 2014

Glasgow: Australia set a new women's 4x100m freestyle relay world record of 3min 30:98sec as they retained their Commonwealth Games title in Glasgow on Thursday.

Australia at CWG,   women's 4x100m freestyle relay,   Commonwealth Games,  
<strong>World</strong> Cup over, but some Argentines won't go home

World Cup over, but some Argentines won't go home

25 Jul 2014

Rio de Janeiro: Lucas Bazan Pontoni rifled through his pockets for the 45-cent lunch fee as he stood in line at a downtown soup kitchen. When he came up short, an acquaintance sprang for the government-subsidized meal.

Argentina football team,   FIFA World Cup in Brazil,   Germany beat Argentina,   Argentina fans,  
Speaker should choose someone for LoP: Somnath Chatterjee

Speaker should choose someone for LoP: Somnath Chatterjee

27 Jul 2014

New Delhi: Lok Sabha Speaker Sumitra Mahajan should designate a member of the Lower House of Parliament as Leader of the Opposition even if “there is no clear applicable rule”, feels one of her predecessors Somnath Chatterjee.

Leader of Opposition post,   LoP in Lok Sabha,   Lok Sabha proceedings,   parliamentary session,  
Dainik <strong>Jagran</strong> enters 25th year of its apostle journey in NCR

Dainik Jagran enters 25th year of its apostle journey in NCR

17 Jul 2014

New Delhi. The nation’s largest read newspaper Dainik Jagran has completed its 24th year in the National Capital Region (NCR) and now makes entry into its silver jubilee year. It is said that efforts made for 24 years in order to become well established and fully competent in personal as well as professional life are quite wholesome. Dainik Jagran could receive such tremendous success to accomplish its objective to this height because of  staunch faith and affection showered by the avid readers. Dainik Jagran deserves all the rights to stand tall on this extended time-period steered by the feelings of friendship, brotherhood and oneness bearing the responsibility to cater honest and true news to its readers. This very notion and motive of Dainik Jagran propels its endeavour towards success and growth.

Dainik jagran,   Dainik jagran newspaper,   Dainik Jagran in Delhi,   Hindi newspaper Dainik jagran,  
Doctors pull out 232 teeth from teenager's mouth

Doctors pull out 232 teeth from teenager's mouth

25 Jul 2014

Doctors at a Mumbai hospital could have ripped a world record operation as they pulled out 232 teeth from the mouth of a 17-year-old Indian boy. Ashique Gavai, 17-year-old boy hailing from a small village that lack good healthcare facilities had to move out to visit a good hospital in city when complain of swelling and pain in his right side of the mouth increased.

Doctors,   teeth,   teenager,   operation,   world record,   healthcare,  
Jokes, compassion, sadness and rage sum up gamut of emotions <strong>post</strong> Brazil defeat

Jokes, compassion, sadness and rage sum up gamut of emotions post Brazil defeat

09 Jul 2014

Brasilia: "Brazil have Neymar; Argentina, Messi; Portugal, Ronaldo but Germany have a team” was just one of the sardonic comments doing rounds on the social media, which became a virtual meeting point for millions of Brazilians after Tuesday’s 7-1 hiding by the Germans.

Brazil defeat,   Germany,   World Cup,   sadness,   Twitter,   social media,   Brazil football,   FIFA 2014 World Cup,  
Afghan cricket chief promises <strong>World</strong> Cup upsets

Afghan cricket chief promises World Cup upsets

23 Jul 2014

Mumbai: Afghanistan's triumph over Zimbabwe on Tuesday was far from a surprise to the man who runs the game in the war-torn nation and he has warned cricket's establishment to brace itself for more shocks at the World Cup next year.

Afghanistan cricket team,   cricket World Cup,  
<strong>World</strong> Cup will inspire Rio Olympics, says Thomas Bach

World Cup will inspire Rio Olympics, says Thomas Bach

24 Jul 2014

Glasgow: Rio de Janeiro will host a successful Olympic Games in 2016 after the World Cup showed Brazil can cope with staging the biggest sporting events, International Olympic Committee (IOC) president Thomas Bach said on Wednesday.

Rio de Janeiro,   Rio Olympic Games,   2016 Olympics,   FIFA World Cup,   International Olympic Committee,   IOC,   Thomas Bach,  
India stresses on capital increase, reforms in <strong>World</strong> Bank

India stresses on capital increase, reforms in World Bank

23 Jul 2014

New Delhi: India has stressed on capital increase and reforms in the World Bank to reflect the new world order and enhance the capacity of global institution to fund poverty alleviation programmes.

World Bank,   Jim Yong Kim,   Arun Jaitley,   Narendra Modi,   Indian economy ,  

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