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Australia must play swing better, says skipper Clarke

Australia must play swing better, says skipper Clarke

28 Feb 2015

Auckland: Australia captain Michael Clarke said his side had to bat better against swing bowling if they were to win the World Cup after a top-order collapse ultimately proved decisive in a dramatic one-wicket defeat by New Zealand.

Australia cricket captain,   Michael Clarke,   ICC ODI World Cup ,  
Sreesanth survived murder bid in Tihar jail, says <strong>family</strong>

Sreesanth survived murder bid in Tihar jail, says family

27 Feb 2015

Kochi: In a sensational claim, noted Malayalam singer Madhu Balakrishnan on Friday said his brother-in-law and cricketer S Sreesanth survived a murder attempt in Tihar jail where he was lodged in connection with the IPL spot fixing scam in 2013.

Sreesanth,   Rajasthan Royals,   IPL Spot Fixing Scam,   Tihar Jail,   Delhi Police,  
Odisha government asked to pay compensation to dead girl's <strong>family</strong>

Odisha government asked to pay compensation to dead girl's family

25 Feb 2015

Bhubaneswar: The Odisha Human Rights Commission (OHRC) has asked the state government to pay Rs five lakh compensation to the family of a nursing student, who committed suicide in 2014 allegedly due to negligence on the part of government officers.

Odisha government,   compensation to family,   OHRC,   dead nursing student family ,  
Jailed Malaysian leader's <strong>family</strong> seeks royal pardon

Jailed Malaysian leader's family seeks royal pardon

25 Feb 2015

Kuala Lumpur: Jailed Malaysian Opposition leader Anwar Ibrahim's family has sought a royal pardon in a desperate final attempt to free the politician convicted of sodomising a former male aide.

Anwar Ibrahim,   Anwar Ibrahim family,   Malaysian leader,   royal pardon ,  
Return of leader Clarke strengthens Australia - McCullum

Return of leader Clarke strengthens Australia - McCullum

27 Feb 2015

New Zealand were "in awe" of Michael Clarke's leadership during the tragedy of Phillip Hughes' death and his inclusion for Saturday's World Cup blockbuster can only strengthen Australia, captain Brendon McCullum has said.

New Zealand cricket team,   Michael Clarke,   Phillip Hughes,   ICC ODI World Cup,   Australia vs New Zealand,   Brendon McCullum,  
Sonia, Rahul running party in 'cohesive' manner: Congress

Sonia, Rahul running party in 'cohesive' manner: Congress

26 Feb 2015

New Delhi: Congress on Thursday dismissed any projection of a rift between Sonia Gandhi and Rahul Gandhi and described as "personal opinion" recent remarks by senior leaders Kamal Nath and Digvijay Singh about confusion and generation gap, saying both the Gandhis were running the party in a "cohesive" manner.

Congress,   Sonia Gandhi,   Rahul Gandhi,   Kamal Nath,   Digvijay Singh,   Gandhi family,  
Suzlon surges seven percent of finance security from Shanghvi <strong>family</strong>

Suzlon surges seven percent of finance security from Shanghvi family

24 Feb 2015

Mumbai: Shares of Suzlon Energy on Tuesday surged over seven percent amid reports that Sun Pharma's Dilip Shanghvi will provide as much as Rs 3,800 crore of security that will help the wind turbine maker in availing credits.

Suzlon Energy,   Shanghvi family,   Dilip Shanghvi,   BSE,   NSE,   finance security,   Sun Pharma ,  
Olympic record-setter Phelps gets engaged

Olympic record-setter Phelps gets engaged

23 Feb 2015

Washington: There's more gold coming for Olympic record-setting swim star Michael Phelps. But this time, it's a wedding ring.

Michael Phelps,   Olympic swimmer,   Nicole Johnson,  
Busch brothers ruled out of Daytona 500 race

Busch brothers ruled out of Daytona 500 race

22 Feb 2015

Daytona Beach: The Busch family suffered a second setback in as many days when younger sibling Kyle broke his leg in a support race to join suspended older brother Kurt on the sidelines of Sunday's NASCAR Sprint Cup Series season-opening Daytona 500.

Busch family,   NASCAR Sprint Cup Series,   Daytona 500,  
NSA chief seeks compromise on encrypted phone snooping

NSA chief seeks compromise on encrypted phone snooping

24 Feb 2015

Washington: The National Security Agency (NSA) chief on Monday said intelligence services need access to encrypted devices to thwart terrorism, and hopes to find common ground with the tech sector on the issue.

NSA chief,   National Security Agency,   Michael Rogers,   intelligence services,   terrorism,   encrypted phone snooping,   Washington cybersecurity,  

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