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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 ,  
PM Modi's <strong>latest</strong> style: Suit with his own name stripes

PM Modi's latest style: Suit with his own name stripes

26 Jan 2015

New Delhi: A close look at Narendra Modi's bandhgala suit that he wore for a joint appearance with US President Barack Obama here, showed it was a customised marvel -- with the Prime Minister's full name 'Narendra Damodardas Modi' written in pinstripes.

Narendra Modi,   Modi suit,   Modi fashion,   Modi dress,   US President,   Barack Obama,   Obama India visit,   Republic Day,  
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,  
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 ,  
Padma Shri came as a pleasant surprise: Mithali Raj

Padma Shri came as a pleasant surprise: Mithali Raj

26 Jan 2015

New Delhi: Surprised at being selected for the Padma Shri, Indian women’s cricket team captain Mithali Raj says she was not expecting the prestigious honour with some men’s team superstars also in the race.

Padma Shri,   Indian women cricket team,   Mithali Raj ,  
Won't be pushing players with niggles: Dhoni

Won't be pushing players with niggles: Dhoni

25 Jan 2015

Sydney: Faced with a must-win game they might be, but Indian cricket captain Mahendra Singh Dhoni on Sunday said unfit players will not be risked in the ongoing ODI tri-series keeping in mind next month's World Cup here.

Indian cricket captain,   Mahendra Singh Dhoni,   ODI tri series,   Cricket World Cup,   India vs Australia,  
Sony launches <strong>latest</strong> range of smart wearables in India

Sony launches latest range of smart wearables in India

19 Jan 2015

New Delhi: After drawing huge attention for its wearable devices at IFA, 2014, Japanese electronics major Sony has finally unveiled the price of SmartWatch 3 (SWR50) and SmartBand Talk (SWR30) in India for Rs 12,990 and Rs 19,990 respectively.

Sony Smartwatch 3,   Sony SmartBand Talk,   Sony wearable devices,   Sony SWR50,   Sony SWR30,   Sony android watch,  
5th ODI: India vs Australia match abandoned due to rain

5th ODI: India vs Australia match abandoned due to rain

26 Jan 2015

Sydney: Rain played spoilsport as the tri-series cricket match between India and Australia was on Monday abandoned with the two teams sharing the points, which left the visiting side in with a chance to make it to the final.

Fifth ODI,   ODI tri series,   India vs Australia,   Cricket World Cup,   Live Scorecard,   live score,   live score board,   Aus vs Ind,   MS Dhoni,   SCG,  
Australian cricketer hit on head, survives after brief unconsciousness

Australian cricketer hit on head, survives after brief unconsciousness

24 Jan 2015

Melbourne: Bringing back memories of the tragic death of Philip Hughes in November last, an Australian cricketer Daniel Hughes was left unconscious briefly after being hit by an almost identical bouncer on his neck during a first grade match but fortunately escaped unscathed, local media reported.

Philip Hughes,   Australian cricketer,   Daniel Hughes,   Bouncer,   Cricket injuries,   Head injuries,   Cricket deaths ,  
New Zealand scoop series with 120-run victory

New Zealand scoop series with 120-run victory

25 Jan 2015

Dunedin: New Zealand wrapped up their one-day series against Sri Lanka with a game to spare on Sunday when Kane Williamson and Ross Taylor orchestrated a 120-run win in game six. Williamson (97) and Taylor (96) provided the backbone of New Zealand's 315-8 in their 50 overs and Sri Lanka were all out for 195 in the 41st over.

New Zealand vs Sri Lanka,   Kane Williamson,   Ross Taylor,   Brendon McCullum,   cricket World Cup,  

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