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Richardson anticipating Windies domination in Test series

Richardson anticipating Windies domination in Test series

29 Aug 2014

Basseterre (St.Kitts): West Indies team manager Richie Richardson has backed the regional side to use the momentum from the successful one-day series and also dominate Bangladesh in the upcoming Test series.

Basseterre,   St.Kitts,   West Indies,   team manager,   Richie Richardson,   one-day series,   Bangladesh,   Test series,  
India-<strong>Bangladesh</strong> to discuss insurgency issue during BGB visit

India-Bangladesh to discuss insurgency issue during BGB visit

18 Aug 2014

New Delhi: India is likely to ask Bangladesh to flush out insurgents, hailing from the north-east regions, hiding in its territory and check cross-border movement of smugglers and illegal migrants during the forthcoming parleys between the two border guarding forces in New Delhi.

India,   BSF,   Bangladesh,   BGB,   Border Security Forces,   Border Guards Bangladesh,   insurgency issue,   bi-annual meet,  
Rajnath Singh <strong>assures</strong> Odisha CM all help for floods

Rajnath Singh assures Odisha CM all help for floods

06 Aug 2014

New Delhi: The Centre on Wednesday assured all help to Odisha following floods in many areas in the state that has so far claimed 23 lives.

Odisha,   Rajnath Singh,   Naveen Patanaik,   Central government,   National Disaster Response Force,   flood in Odisha,  
Dwayne Bravo more keen on World Cup plans than whitewash over <strong>Bangladesh</strong>

Dwayne Bravo more keen on World Cup plans than whitewash over Bangladesh

25 Aug 2014

Basseterre: Captain Dwayne Bravo says the West Indies are more focussed on building their unit in preparation for next year's ICC Cricket World Cup, than completing a series whitewash over Bangladesh.

West Indies,   Dwayne Bravo,   West Indies cricket,   ICC Cricket World Cup,   2015 world cup,  
UPSC aspirants intensify protests; Government <strong>assures</strong> no discrimination

UPSC aspirants intensify protests; Government assures no discrimination

25 Jul 2014

New Delhi: As civil service aspirants scaled up their protests, the government on Friday said it will not allow any injustice to students on the basis of language in UPSC exams after the issue rocked Parliament where the Opposition demanded a solution within a clear timeframe.

Union Public Service Commission,   UPSC exam,   UPSC admit cards,   civil services prelims 2014,   Civil Services Aptitude Test,   CSAT,   IAS exam 2014 ,  
Tripura CM urges PM for improvement of relation with <strong>Bangladesh</strong>

Tripura CM urges PM for improvement of relation with Bangladesh

09 Aug 2014

Agartala: Tripura Chief Minister Manik Sarkar has urged Prime Minister Narendra Modi for further improvement in relations with Bangladesh for better connectivity and development of the state and invited him to visit Tripura.

Tripura CM,   Narendra Modi,   Prime Minister,   Bangladesh,   development,   Manik Sarkar,  
<strong>Bangladesh</strong> shot out for 77, West Windies take 2-0 lead in ODI series

Bangladesh shot out for 77, West Windies take 2-0 lead in ODI series

23 Aug 2014

St.George's: Spinner Sunil Narine triggered an avalanche of batsmen as Bangladesh crashed to a 177-run defeat allowing West Indies to take 2-0 lead in their three-match One Day International (ODI) series here at the National Stadium.

Spinner,   Sunil Narine,   Bangladesh cricket team,   West Indies cricket team,   One Day International,   ODI,  
Mandeep <strong>assures</strong> India of first boxing medal at Glasgow CWG

Mandeep assures India of first boxing medal at Glasgow CWG

30 Jul 2014

Glasgow: Young Indian boxer Mandeep Jangra assured himself of a medal in his debut Commonwealth Games by advancing to the semifinals of the 69kg division after his opponent failed the medical test ahead of their quarterfinal bout on Wednesday.

Indian boxer Mandeep Jangra,   Commonwealth Games,   CWG,  
West Indies look to prolong Bangladesh's woeful run

West Indies look to prolong Bangladesh's woeful run

19 Aug 2014

St. George's (Grenada): West Indies and Bangladesh commence a three-match One-Day International series at the Queen's Park Stadium with the home side heavily favoured to extend the tourists' miserable record in 2014.

West Indies cricket,   Bangladesh cricket,   One-Day International,   ODI series,   Queen's Park Stadium,  
<strong>Bangladesh</strong> rescuers battle strong current to hunt capsized ferry; 120 missing

Bangladesh rescuers battle strong current to hunt capsized ferry; 120 missing

05 Aug 2014

Dhaka: Bangladeshi rescuers struggled against a strong current and choppy river waters on Tuesday in the search for a ferry that capsized with more than 200 passengers on board, leaving about 120 missing, many of them feared dead.

Bangladeshi rescuers,   Bangladesh,   capsized ferry,   MV Pinak-6,   Inland Water Transport Authority,  

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