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Congress cautions CPI-M on '<strong>politics</strong> of murder'

Congress cautions CPI-M on 'politics of murder'

20 Sep 2014

Kozhikode (Kerala): The Congress on Saturday told the opposition CPI-M it would meet the same fate it has in West Bengal if it party does not desist from the ‘politics of murder’ in the state.

Congress,   CPI-M,   V M Sudheeran,   RSS,   BJP ,  
Asian Games: <strong>Indian</strong> men struggle past Hong Kong in Volleyball opener

Asian Games: Indian men struggle past Hong Kong in Volleyball opener

20 Sep 2014

Incheon: Indian spikers were given a tough time by an unfancied Hong Kong before they prevailed 3-1 in the opening group league game of the men's volleyball event at the 18th Asian Games.

Asian Games,   India Volleyball team,   Volleyball match,   18th Asian Games,   World volleyball,  
Hockey: <strong>Indian</strong> men eye big win over Sri Lanka in Asiad opener

Hockey: Indian men eye big win over Sri Lanka in Asiad opener

20 Sep 2014

Incheon: Eyes firmly set on the gold medal, which has eluded them for the past 16 years, the Indian men's hockey team would look to open its Asian Games campaign with a big win against minnows Sri Lanka in a Pool B match at the Seonhak Hockey Stadium on Sunday.

Incheon,   Indian hockey team,   Hockey India,   Asian Games,   Hockey Stadium,  
<strong>Indian</strong> women's tennis team beats Oman in Asiad opener

Indian women's tennis team beats Oman in Asiad opener

20 Sep 2014

Incheon: The Indian women's tennis team was off to a winning start in the 17th Asian Games as it blanked Oman 3-0 in the first round in Icheon on Saturday. Prarthana Gulabrao Thombare and Ankita Raina notched up contrasting singles victories before the pairing of Natasha Marie Anne Palha and Rishika Sunkara was handed a walkover in the doubles match.

Tennis team,   Asiad,   Indian tennis team,   17th Asian Games,   Women tennis team,  
Young <strong>Indian</strong> architect named 'leader of tomorrow' by Time Magazine

Young Indian architect named 'leader of tomorrow' by Time Magazine

20 Sep 2014

New York: A 28-year-old Indian architect has been named ‘young leader of tomorrow’ by Time magazine for his pioneering work in designing affordable flood-proof houses for slum dwellers.Alok Shetty is among ‘leaders of tomorrow’ who are ‘working hard to change their worlds today’ Time said as it named six inspirational young persons in its first class of ‘next generation leaders’.

Indian architect,   Leader of tomorrow,   Time magazine,   Alok Shetty,   Parinaam Foundation,  
This fall mix and match wardrobe, save money

This fall mix and match wardrobe, save money

19 Sep 2014

New York: Mix and match existing basic and classic items in your wardrobe to look your best this fall.

Mix and match,   clothes,   fashion,   trends,   denim jeans,   cropped tops,  
Modi realised worth of Muslims after by-poll drubbing: Goa Congress

Modi realised worth of Muslims after by-poll drubbing: Goa Congress

20 Sep 2014

Panaji: Taking a jibe at Prime Minister Narendra Modi, head of the state Urdu Academy and Congress spokes person Urfan Mulla said that the former has realised the worth of Muslim after the recent by-poll debacle.

Narendra Modi,   Indian Muslims,   Muslims,   Goa,   Urfan Mulla,   BJP,   Congress,  
Modi has spoken from his heart: BJP on PM’s appreciation of <strong>Indian</strong> Muslims

Modi has spoken from his heart: BJP on PM’s appreciation of Indian Muslims

20 Sep 2014

New Delhi: Endorsing Prime Minister Narendra Modi's remarks ‘appreciating’ the patriotic spirit of Indian Muslims, Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) said that he has spoken ‘from his heart’ what he and the party always believed in and it will send an important message that will strengthen the nation.

Narendra Modi,   Prime Minister,   BJP,   Bharatiya Janata Party,   Indian Muslims,   Al-Qaeda,  
Mansur Ali Khan Pataudi best when it came to handling pressure: Report

Mansur Ali Khan Pataudi best when it came to handling pressure: Report

20 Sep 2014

New Delhi: Ahead of Mansur Ali Khan Pataudi's third death anniversary in November, a website claims to have unearthed an unheralded aspect of the former Indian captain's game he was the best when it came to handling pressure.

Mansur Ali Khan Pataudi,   former Indian captain,   Nawab of Pataudi,   ,  
American Senators hope Modi's visit will strengthen Indo-US ties

American Senators hope Modi's visit will strengthen Indo-US ties

20 Sep 2014

Washington: Ahead of Prime Minister Narendra Modi's first visit to US, two influential American Senators have said US-India relationship remains one of the most important partnerships in the world and there is an opportunity to continue making progress that will benefit both the nations.

Modi,   US,   US visit,   Indian PM,   Indo-US ties,   John Cornyn,  

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