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India not to bid for 2024 Olympics, PM didn't propose it: Thomas Bach

India not to bid for 2024 Olympics, PM didn't propose it: Thomas Bach

27 Apr 2015

New Delhi: International Olympic Committee President Thomas Bach on Monday laid to rest speculations about India's possible bid for 2024 Olympics, saying that Prime Minister Narendra Modi did not propose it in their meeting here.

India,   International Olympic Committee,   Thomas Bach,   PM Modi,   Olympic Games,   Latest Sports News ,  
Young Indian swimmers training in South Africa with eye on 2020 <strong>Games</strong>

Young Indian swimmers training in South Africa with eye on 2020 Games

21 Apr 2015

Mumbai: With an eye on the 2020 Olympic Games, seven young Indian swimmers have reached South Africa to train under renowned coach Graham Hill as part of the JSW Sports Excellence Programme.

Indian swimmers,   training,   2020 Olympic Games,   Graham Hill,   Latest sports news,  
Zlatan Ibrahimovic's ban reduced to three <strong>games</strong>

Zlatan Ibrahimovic's ban reduced to three games

18 Apr 2015

Paris: French football club Paris Saint-Germain were happy to learn that their star striker Zlatan Ibrahimovic's Ligue 1 ban has been reduced from four matches to three.The French football league (LFP) accepted the proposal of the French Olympic Committee (CNOSF) on Friday to shorten the ban.

Zlatan Ibrahimovic,   Football,   French football league,   Lionel Jaffredo,   Latest sports news,  
Can video <strong>games</strong> trump literature?

Can video games trump literature?

16 Apr 2015

New York:  Just like books, music or cinema, video games too have the potential to offer players meaningful experiences, not mere fun diversion as commonly perceived, says a new study.

vedio games,   literature,   players,   meaningful experiences,   Latest news,  
 Shah Rukh Khan wins Asian Award in <strong>London</strong>

Shah Rukh Khan wins Asian Award in London

18 Apr 2015

London: Bollywood superstar Shah Rukh Khan won an Outstanding Contribution to Cinema honour here at the fifth annual The Asian Awards, where he was seen partying with the likes of One Direction's former band member Zayn Malik.

Shah Rukh Khan,   Asian Award,   London,   Cinema,   Zayn Malik,   Grosvenor House Hotel,   SRK,   latest bollywood news ,  
Olympic course designer hopes golf wins in Rio <strong>Games</strong>

Olympic course designer hopes golf wins in Rio Games

19 Apr 2015

Far Hills: Gil Hanse designed the course that will stage the return of golf to the Olympics in 2016 for the first time in 112 years and knows the stakes are high for the sport.

Gil Hanse,   Golf in Olympics,   US Golf Association,   Latest news ,  
Video <strong>games</strong> to cure autism?

Video games to cure autism?

13 Apr 2015

London: Non-violent video games which capitalise on engaging storytelling have pro-social benefits that could ultimately be helpful to clinical disorders such as autism, says a study.

Video games,   autism,   clinical disorders,   Latest news,  
Video <strong>games</strong> may provide meaningful experiences

Video games may provide meaningful experiences

16 Apr 2015

Washington: Video games have the potential to be as meaningful to players as other, more esteemed forms of entertainment such as books, plays or even music, scientists have found.

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Egypt court sentences 11 to death over <strong>2012</strong> football riot

Egypt court sentences 11 to death over 2012 football riot

19 Apr 2015

Cairo: An Egyptian court sentenced 11 youths to death for their involvement in the deadliest sport- related incident in the soccer-crazy nation, the 2012 football riots in Port Said in which 74 fans were killed.

Egypt court,   Egypt riots,   Egypt killings,   Egypt soccer,   Egypt football riots,  
Kerala, <strong>London</strong> to collaborate in IT sector

Kerala, London to collaborate in IT sector

06 Apr 2015

Thiruvananthapuram: Kerala and London will collaborate to promote small and medium enterprises, and start-ups in the Information Technology (IT) sector, an official said on Monday.

Kerala,   London,   IT Sector,   European Market,   Latest News,  

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