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Watson critics crank up heat after <strong>latest</strong> false start

Watson critics crank up heat after latest false start

02 Mar 2015

Sydney: Australians might have been stunned by the collapse of their much-vaunted batting line-up in the face of brilliant New Zealand bowling at the weekend but the fall of one particular wicket was no surprise to anyone.

Australian cricket team,   Australia vs New Zealand,   ICC World Cup,   Shane Watson ,  
Rs 472.29 crore spent on <strong>Metro</strong> rail project in last two years

Rs 472.29 crore spent on Metro rail project in last two years

04 Mar 2015

Gandhinagar:  Gujarat government today told the state Assembly that it has spent Rs 472.29 crore in the last two years on the Metro rail project that links the state capital Gandhinagar with Ahmedabad.

Metro Project in Gujarat,   Metro project,   Chief Minister of Gujarat,   Anandi Patel,   Tejashree Patel ,  
Young Indians prefer mobile for <strong>news</strong> and entertainment: Study

Young Indians prefer mobile for news and entertainment: Study

20 Feb 2015

Kolkata: Young Indian consumers are preferring mobile devices over traditional media like television and radio for information, current affairs as well as source of entertainment and this trend is poised to surge in the coming years, a private telecom operator said here on Wednesday.

Young Indians,   entertainment,   news,   mobile,   recreation,   telecom operator,  
Chelsea fan apologises over Paris <strong>Metro</strong> racism

Chelsea fan apologises over Paris Metro racism

23 Feb 2015

London: A former police officer and Chelsea fan apologised for his involvement in an alleged racist incident involving football supporters on a Paris Metro train.

Chelsea fan apologise,   football supporters,   Paris Metro train incident,  
Good <strong>news</strong> on power tariff cut, free water 'very soon': Kejriwal

Good news on power tariff cut, free water 'very soon': Kejriwal

20 Feb 2015

New Delhi: After a week in office, Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal on Friday said his government was going to cut power tariff and launch a free water scheme "very soon" in line with election promises made by Aam Aadmi Party.

Delhi Chief Minister,   Arvind Kejriwal,   Delhi government,   Power tariff,   Free water,   Election promises,   Aam Aadmi Party,  
Get the <strong>latest</strong> Pebble app update for Android Wear compatibility

Get the latest Pebble app update for Android Wear compatibility

18 Feb 2015

Pebble has made the public release of Android Wear compatibility giving it the power to reply and act on notifications right from the wrist.

Pebble,   Pebble watch,   Smart watch,   Android smart watch,   Android Wear,  
How can you claim land after taking compensation: SC asks farmers

How can you claim land after taking compensation: SC asks farmers

04 Feb 2015

New Delhi: The Supreme Court on Wednesday asked farmers of villages in Noida, Greater Noida and Noida Extension as to how they could seek restoration of their land after they accepted compensation for parting with it.

Supreme Court,   Noida farmers,   Noida villages,   Greater Noida farmers,   Noida Extension,   Land compensation ,  
Government auditor needs to adopt <strong>latest</strong> professional practices: CAG

Government auditor needs to adopt latest professional practices: CAG

10 Feb 2015

New Delhi: The government auditor needs to adopt latest professional practices while scrutinising public spending, Comptroller and Auditor General (CAG) Shashi Kant Sharma has said.

Government Auditor,   Comptroller and Auditor General,   CAG,   Supreme Audit Institutions,   Latest Professional Practice,  
Man posts smiling selfies after being shot

Man posts smiling selfies after being shot

20 Mar 2015

New York: A 20-year-old US student who was shot in the shoulder during the deadly Arizona rampage this week took it in his stride and posted online a series of bloody selfies rather than calling for medical help.

Arizona rampage,   Arizona shooting,   Bloody selfies,   Strange but true,   bizarre news,  
Shinzo Abe calls <strong>latest</strong> hostage deadline 'despicable'

Shinzo Abe calls latest hostage deadline 'despicable'

28 Jan 2015

Tokyo: Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe expressed outrage and demanded today that Islamic State extremists release a Japanese journalist, as secret talks in Jordan sought the release of the Japanese and a Jordanian pilot also being held hostage.

Japanese Prime Minister,   Shinzo Abe,   hostage deadline,  IS,  

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