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Indian women's hockey team qualifies for 2016 <strong>Olympic</strong> Games

Indian women's hockey team qualifies for 2016 Olympic Games

29 Aug 2015

New Delhi: The Indian women's hockey team has qualified for the 2016 Olympic Games, which will be held in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.

Indian hockey team,   Women hockey team,   2016 Olympics,   Hockey India,  
Watch Video: Usain Bolt falls after his 200m victory in Beijing

Watch Video: Usain Bolt falls after his 200m victory in Beijing

28 Aug 2015

New Delhi: Jamaican sprinter Usain Bolt outstripped American rival Justin Gatlin to claim his fourth consecutive world 200m title in Beijing. He clocked a 19.55 seconds to beat Gatlin by nearly two-tenths, thumbing his chest as he crossed the line to add the 200m to his 100m title at the world championships.

Jamaican sprinter,   Usain Bolt falls,   Justin Gatlin,   200m race in Beijing,   Latest News,   athletics,   World Athletics Championships,   Cameraman,  
Google <strong>trials</strong> food photo posts on Maps app

Google trials food photo posts on Maps app

24 Aug 2015

Washington: Google has been testing a new Maps app feature that will detect when photos are taken at restaurants and other places that serve food and suggests attaching them to the establishment's location.

Google,   Maps app,   Photos,   Restaurants,   Food,   Location,  
Suspend all <strong>trials</strong> against Italian marines: UN court to India

Suspend all trials against Italian marines: UN court to India

24 Aug 2015

Hamburg: A UN tribunal today asked both India and Italy to 'suspend' all court proceedings involving two Italian marines charged with killing of two Indian fishermen in 2012 and also refrain from initiating new ones that might 'aggravate or extend' the dispute.

Trials of Marines,   Italian marines,   UN court,   Italy,   Indian fishermen,   Latest World News,  
Luka fails to qualify for semis at Worlds but books Rio ticket

Luka fails to qualify for semis at Worlds but books Rio ticket

26 Aug 2015

Beijing: Tintu Luka crashed out in the first round heats of the women's 800m race in the World Athletics Championships with a disappointing seventh-place finish but qualified for the 2016 Rio Olympic Games with a season-best effort on the fifth day of competitions here today.

Tintu Luka,   womens 800m race,   World Athletics Championships,   2016 Rio Olympic Games,   Latest News,  
Bolt makes bow as Farah, Kiprotich eye history books

Bolt makes bow as Farah, Kiprotich eye history books

21 Aug 2015

Beijing: Jamaican superstar Usain Bolt makes his bow in the 100m heats on the opening day of the World Athletics Championships on Saturday, when Briton Mo Farah will bid for an unprecedented six consecutive global track distance titles in the 10,000m.

Jamaican sprinter,   Usain Bolt,   World Athletics Championships,   Mo Farah,   Latest News,  
ECB open to <strong>Olympic</strong> cricket, says chief executive

ECB open to Olympic cricket, says chief executive

21 Aug 2015

London: English cricket chiefs are no longer implacably hostile to the idea of Twenty20 featuring in a future Olympic Games, one of the country's top administrators said. England and Wales Cricket Board chief executive Tom Harrison's comments came on the same day as a protest outside The Oval ahead of the start of the fifth Ashes Test slammed global cricket bosses for, among other things, turning their back on the Olympics.

Twenty20 in Olympic Games,   England and Wales Cricket Board,   Tom Harrison,   Ashes Test,   the Olympics,   Latest News,  
Vodafone starts 4G <strong>trials</strong> in India

Vodafone starts 4G trials in India

24 Jul 2015

New Delhi: Vodafone India has started fourth generation (4G) network trials in selected areas, the company said here on Friday. "We are now trialling 4G services across selected areas," the company said.

Vodafone India,   4G trials,   4G internet,   4G speed,   4G services,  
IOC rules out viral testing of Rio's <strong>Olympic</strong> waters

IOC rules out viral testing of Rio's Olympic waters

13 Aug 2015

Rio de Janeiro: The International Olympic Committee ruled out conducting viral tests of Rio de Janeiro's sewage-laden waterways ahead of the 2016 games, a top official said Wednesday, despite an Associated Press study showing dangerously high levels of disease-causing viruses at all aquatic venues, with experts saying athletes are almost certain to be exposed to pathogens.

International Olympic Committee,   Rio de Janeiro sewage laden waterways,   2016 games,   Latest News,  
I thought of quitting last year: Saina Nehwal

I thought of quitting last year: Saina Nehwal

19 Aug 2015

New Delhi: Crediting Vimal Kumar for her silver medal-winning performance at the recently concluded World Badminton Championships, Saina Nehwal yesterday said the coach helped her resurrect her career after a string of injuries made her think of quitting the game last year.

Saina Nehwal,   World Badminton Championship,   Vimal Kumar,   Uber Cup,   2016 Olympic Games,   Latest Sports News,  

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