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Indian women gear up for semi-final against South Korea

Indian women gear up for semi-final against South Korea

28 Sep 2014

Incheon: Their confidence boosted by a 6-1 rout of Malaysia, Indian women hockey players are looking forward to their 17th Asian Games semi-final match against South Korea here on Monday.

India beat Malaysia,   Indian women hockey players,   Asian Games,  
Shilpa Shetty and Raj Kundra escape road <strong>accident</strong>

Shilpa Shetty and Raj Kundra escape road accident

27 Sep 2014

Delhi: Actress Shilpa Shetty and husband Raj Kundra had a close encounter when the car they were travelling from the Jalandhar to Amritsar, met with an accident. Fortunately, the two escaped unharmed.

Shilpa Shetty,   Raj Kundra,   road accident,   Jalandhar,   Amritsar,   Navratri ,  
Indian eves maul <strong>Malaysia</strong> 6-1, book semifinal berth in hockey

Indian eves maul Malaysia 6-1, book semifinal berth in hockey

26 Sep 2014

Incheon: India produced an inspired performance to thrash Malaysia 6-1 in their last Pool A match and qualify for the semi-finals of the women's hockey competition at the 17th Asian Games.

India beat Malaysia,   women's hockey competition,   Asian Games,  
Indian eves eye win over <strong>Malaysia</strong> to seal semifinal berth

Indian eves eye win over Malaysia to seal semifinal berth

25 Sep 2014

Incheon: After clumping to a close 1-2 defeat at the hands of China, Indian women’s hockey team will be eyeing an outright win against Malaysia in their final Pool A match to seal a semifinal berth at the 17th Asian Games, in Incheon.

China,   Indian women’s hockey team,   India vs Malaysia,   Asian Games,  
Lahiri third, Chowrasia fourth in <strong>Malaysia</strong>

Lahiri third, Chowrasia fourth in Malaysia

21 Sep 2014

Petaling Jaya: A tired AnirbanLahiri tried hard for a birdie on the very last hole but ended with a bogey to finish third, while SSP Chowrasia recovered from his third round 73, to card 67 and end at tied fourth spot in the Worldwide Holdings Selangor Masters here on Sunday.

Anirban Lahiri,   SSP Chowrasia,   Worldwide Holdings Selangor Masters,  
Sonali Bendre denies rumour of her family members dying in a road <strong>accident</strong>

Sonali Bendre denies rumour of her family members dying in a road accident

23 Sep 2014

Delhi: Actress Sonali Bendre has cleared the rumours of her family members dying in a road accident on September 16, 2014 in Mumbai.

Sonali Bendre,   accident,   family,   Ajeeb Dastan Hai Yeh,   Sarfarosh,   Zakhm and Anahat,  
No ebola case reported in <strong>Malaysia</strong>: Minister

No ebola case reported in Malaysia: Minister

19 Sep 2014

Kuala Lumpur: Malaysian Health Minister S. Subramaniam on Friday said that no case of the Ebola Virus Disease (EVD) has been reported in the country and there was no cause for the public to panic. Subramaniam said that the ministry would make a public announcement if there was a case.

Ebola outbreak,   Malaysia,   Minister,   S. Subramaniam,   Ebola epidemic,   Malaysian Health Minister,  
30 feared drowned as bus falls into reservoir in Himachal Pradesh

30 feared drowned as bus falls into reservoir in Himachal Pradesh

24 Sep 2014

Shimla: About 30 persons were feared drowned when a bus plunged into the Gobind Sagar reservoir this morning at Rayian near Bilaspur, 95-km from here.

30 drowned,   bus,   bus falls reservoir,   Himachal Pradesh,   Shimla,   accident,   ,  
11 killed in road mishap on Delhi-Mathura road

11 killed in road mishap on Delhi-Mathura road

23 Sep 2014

New Delhi:Around 11 people were killed and as many injured when a speeding truck rammed into a stationary canter in the wee hours in Mathura district in Uttar Pradesh on Tuesday.

11 killed,   road mishap,   Delhi-Mathura road,   accident,   road accident,  Truck,   Delhi-Mathura Highway,   Coal,   Labourers,  
Ghosal first Indian to make Asiad final

Ghosal first Indian to make Asiad final

22 Sep 2014

Incheon: Saurav Ghosal became the first Indian to enter the Asian Games final, beating 2006 champion Ong Beng Hee on Monday. Top seed and the world no.16 lived up to his billing, outplaying 35th-ranked Beng Hee of Malaysia 11-9 11-4 11-5 in 45 minutes on the glass court of Yeorumul Squash Courts.

Incheon,   Saurav Ghosal,   first Indian,   Asian Games final,   2006 champion,   Ong Beng Hee,   Malaysia,   glass court,  

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