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Injured Rohit set to <strong>miss</strong> West Indies ODIs

Injured Rohit set to miss West Indies ODIs

02 Oct 2014

New Delhi: Recovering from a shoulder injury, Indian batsman Rohit Sharma, who missed leading the Mumbai Indians franchise in the Oppo Champions League T20, is set to miss the limited-overs edition of the West Indies series starting October 8.

Rohit Sharma,   BCCI,   India team,   West Indies,   ODI series,   Test matches,   opening batsman,  
North Korea beat Japan to win women's football gold

North Korea beat Japan to win women's football gold

02 Oct 2014

Incheon: North Korea won the Asian Games women's football gold medal for a third time on Wednesday, beating 2011 World Cup winners Japan 3-1 at Munhak Stadium.

Incheon,   North Korea,   Asian Games,   women's football,   gold medal,   2011 World Cup winners,   Japan,  
Anderson says England always had faith in Cook

Anderson says England always had faith in Cook

02 Oct 2014

London: England's players were convinced Alastair Cook was always going to captain them at next year's World Cup, senior paceman James Anderson said.

James Anderson,   Alaistair Cook,   captain,   England team,   India series,   Test match,   World Cup,  
Ensure unorthodox bowlers don't fade away: Rameez tells ICC

Ensure unorthodox bowlers don't fade away: Rameez tells ICC

02 Oct 2014

Karachi: Pakistan's former captain Rameez Raja has said that the ICC needs to tweak its new protocol on illegal bowling actions to ensure the 'doosra' remains part of the sport.

Saeed Ajma,   Rameez Raja,   PCB,   chucking,   spin bowlers,   ICC,   World Cup,   unorthodox bowlers,   doosra,   ,  
Former <strong>world</strong> champion sorry for Sarita; all praise for Mary

Former world champion sorry for Sarita; all praise for Mary

01 Oct 2014

Ranchi: Former World Boxing champion Aruna Mishra on Wednesday alleged that the adverse decision against Sarita Devi has robbed her off a gold in the Asian Games, but opined the boxer should have accepted the bronze medal as it was for the nation.

Aruna Mishra,   Sarita Devi,   Asian Games,   Mary Kom ,  
Messi, Aguero in Argentine squad for friendlies in <strong>China</strong>

Messi, Aguero in Argentine squad for friendlies in China

01 Oct 2014

Buenos Aires: Lionel Messi will captain the Argentina national football team, which also includes prolific striker Sergio Aguero, for friendlies in China against Brazil and Hong Kong.

Lionel Messi,   Sergio Aguero,   Argentina,   China,   friendlies,   Brazil,   Gerardo Martino,  
Li Na receives teary goodbye at <strong>China</strong> Open

Li Na receives teary goodbye at China Open

01 Oct 2014

Beijing: It was a fitting goodbye for China's biggest tennis star, complete with hugs from her former competitors, cheers from Chinese fans, and a bouquet of flowers from Rafael Nadal.

Li Na,   China Open,   tennis,   Rafael Nadal,   tennis star,   farewell,   knee injuries,  
Greece's 2014 <strong>World</strong> Cupper Katsouranis joins FC Pune City

Greece's 2014 World Cupper Katsouranis joins FC Pune City

01 Oct 2014

Pune: In another high-profile signing, Greece’s 2014 World Cupper Kostas Katsouranis has decided to join FC Pune City franchise for the inaugural edition of Indian Super League starting October 12.

Greece 2014 World Cupper,   Kostas Katsouranis,   FC Pune City,   Indian Super League,  
<strong>China</strong> grants license for iPhone6, to be sold from 17th October

China grants license for iPhone6, to be sold from 17th October

01 Oct 2014

Beijing: Apple's latest iPhone models, the iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus will be sold in China from 17th October, with pre-orders starting on 10th October, the company said as China formally granted the license for their sale after a tantalising delay leading to large-scale smuggling.

China,   iPhone license,   iPhone6,   iPhone 6 Plus,   4G technologies,   MIIT,   iOS-8,   Apple,  
<strong>China</strong> facing growing US pressure over Hong Kong protests

China facing growing US pressure over Hong Kong protests

01 Oct 2014

Washington: China is facing growing US pressure to show restraint during mass pro-democracy protests in Hong Kong, with the issue to be raised in high-level US-Chinese talks and a prominent US lawmaker expressing 'grave concerns'.

China,   US,   Hong Kong protest,   pro-democracy protests,   John Kerry,   Wang Yi,   ,  

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