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A loyalist with rapport across political and corporate spectrum

A loyalist with rapport across political and corporate spectrum

24 Nov 2014

Mumbai: Murli Deora, the Congress stalwart from Maharashtra, was a Gandhi family loyalist who had friends across political and corporate spectrum.

Murli Deora,   Senior Congress leader,   Congress stalwart,   Gandhi family,   Mumbai Regional Congress Committee,   Prime Minister Rajiv Gandhi,   Dhirubhai Ambani,   ,  
Wheelchair-bound <strong>Schumacher</strong> paralysed and speechless

Wheelchair-bound Schumacher paralysed and speechless

20 Nov 2014

Geneva: Legendary Formula one driver Michael Schumacher is paralysed and in a wheelchair, who cannot speak and has memory problems, former racing driver Philippe Streiff said on Wednesday.

Schumacher on wheelchair,   Michale Schumacher,   paralysed,   racer,   accident,   Formula one racer,  
Serious doubts remain over <strong>Michael</strong> Clarke's fitness

Serious doubts remain over Michael Clarke's fitness

20 Nov 2014

Sydney: Serious doubts remained over Michael Clarke's participation in the first Test against India, starting December 4 in Brisbane, after Cricket Australia physio Alex Kountouris indicated that the captain is far from recovering from his hamstring and back injuries.

Michael Clarke,   Brisbanem,   Cricket,   Alex Kountouris,   back injuries,   Zimbabwe,   Michael Clarke injuries,  
Kim Hughes, McGrath back Smith to lead in Clarke's absence

Kim Hughes, McGrath back Smith to lead in Clarke's absence

21 Nov 2014

Sydney: As serious doubts remain over Michael Clarke's participation in the first Test against India, Steven Smith is being looked by many as a front-runner to lead Australia in the regular skipper's absence.

Michael Clarke,   Indian cricket team,   Steven Smith,   Australian cricket team,  
Injured <strong>Michael</strong> Clarke may recover in time for India Tests

Injured Michael Clarke may recover in time for India Tests

19 Nov 2014

Melbourne: Australian skipper Michael Clarke, who is struggling with his hamstring injury, could be fit in time for the upcoming four Tests against India starting December 4, with reports surfacing that the batsman may not require surgery.

Australian captain,   Michael Clarke,   Hamstring injury,   Tests,   India,   Surgery,  
<strong>Michael</strong> Clarke in doubt for India series

Michael Clarke in doubt for India series

17 Nov 2014

Sydney: Australia's preparations for next month's home Test series against India have been thrown intojeopardy after it was revealed on Monday that inspirational skipper Michael Clarke might be forced out owing to a hamstring injury.

Australia,   Test series,   India,   Michael Clarke,   Hamstring injury,  
Roger Federer fit for Davis Cup final

Roger Federer fit for Davis Cup final

21 Nov 2014

Lille (France): Roger Federer will play for Switzerland in the Davis Cup final against France in Lille on Friday. There had been concerns in the Swiss camp that he would be unable to compete after injuring his back playing in London last weekend.

Roger Federer,   Davis Cup final,   France,   Gael Monfils,   Jo-Wilfried Tsonga,   Michael Lammer,   Novak Djokovic,  
Roger Federer bloodied but not bowed after Davis Cup shocker

Roger Federer bloodied but not bowed after Davis Cup shocker

22 Nov 2014

Lille (France): For a player who had just endured his worst ever Davis Cup defeat, Roger Federer sounded surprisingly upbeat.

Davis Cup,   Roger Federer,   Frenchman,   Gael Monfils,   Swiss champion,   Jo-Wilfried Tsonga,   Gael Monfils,   Swiss captain,   Severin Luthi,   French pair,   Julien Benneteau,   Richard Gasquet,   Marco Chiudinelli,   Michael Lammer,   Wawrinka ,  
'Extremism can be more deadly when abetted by sovereign State'

'Extremism can be more deadly when abetted by sovereign State'

21 Nov 2014

United Nations: The "sophisticated" 2008 Mumbai terror attacks highlight that violent extremism can become even more dangerous when "abetted by the capacities of a sovereign State", Canada has said, a veiled reference to Pakistan where LeT, the perpetrators of the attack, is based.

Mumbai Terror Attacks,   Pakistan,   LeT,   UN Ambassador,   Michael Grant,   UN Security Council,  Oberoi Trident Hotel,   Taj Mahal Hotel,   Leopold Cafe,   ,  
Facebook games may help strengthen <strong>family</strong> bonds: Study

Facebook games may help strengthen family bonds: Study

19 Nov 2014

Toronto: Playing Facebook games with your family may actually help you to strengthen family bonds by breaking down both communication and age barriers, a new study suggests. The research shows that beyond being a fun distraction, Social Network Games (SNGs) can offer family members a meaningful way to interact and meet social obligations.

Facebook games,   FB games,   Facebook,   virtual games,   FB games strengthen family ties,   family bonds,   communication,   Social Network Games,  

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