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Betting, broadcasting and associations: Challenging times <strong>ahead</strong> for BCCI as SC accepts major Lodha recommendations

Betting, broadcasting and associations: Challenging times ahead for BCCI as SC accepts major Lodha recommendations

20 Jul 2016

New Delhi: The Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) has seen some rough times in the past, but nothing matches the upheaval it is facing currently. Reforms and resignations have hit the BCCI hard, challenging the ways of this money loaded and snobbish unit.

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Amir can now go <strong>ahead</strong> with his Test career, says Misbah

Amir can now go ahead with his Test career, says Misbah

18 Jul 2016

London: Pakistan pacer Mohammad Amir can now get on with the rest of his career after completing his successful return to Test cricket against England at Lord's, according to captain Misbah-ul-Haq.

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<strong>NIOS</strong> to <strong>conduct</strong> <strong>practical</strong> <strong>examinations</strong> <strong>ahead</strong> of <strong>theory</strong> <strong>papers</strong>

NIOS to conduct practical examinations ahead of theory papers

07 Aug 2012

National Institute of Open Schooling (NIOS) formerly known as National Open School (NOS) is one of the largest Open Schooling systems in the world.

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Wasim Akram cautions Pakistan <strong>ahead</strong> of opening Test against England

Wasim Akram cautions Pakistan ahead of opening Test against England

11 Jul 2016

Karachi: Pakistan pace great, Wasim Akram has cautioned the national team players, saying they shouldn't take the two tour games seriously and be prepared for an entirely different challenge when they face England in the first Test at Lords starting on Thursday.

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<strong>NIOS</strong> to <strong>conduct</strong> <strong>Practical</strong> <strong>examinations</strong> before <strong>Theory</strong> <strong>examinations</strong>

NIOS to conduct Practical examinations before Theory examinations

13 Sep 2012

The National Institute of Open Schooling (NIOS), the largest open schooling system in the world and an autonomous institution under MHRD, GOI will conduct the practical examinations of its October- November 2012 cycle before the theory examinations, for the convenience of its learners. This is a deviation from the past practice of conducting practical examinations only after the theory examinations.

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Amazon invests in six new fulfillment centres <strong>ahead</strong> of festivals

Amazon invests in six new fulfillment centres ahead of festivals

08 Jul 2016

Mumbai: E-commerce major Amazon has invested in six new Fulfillment Centres (FCs) to meet growing requirements of its fast-increasing seller base in the country.

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Sleepless nights <strong>ahead</strong> for illegal Panama account holders: Arun Jaitley

Sleepless nights ahead for illegal Panama account holders: Arun Jaitley

08 Apr 2016

New Delhi: The multi-agency group, set up to probe offshore accounts disclosed in Panama Papers, is analysing each and every account and those having illegal holdings will not "get sleep at night", Finance Minister Arun Jaitley said yesterday.

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Ishrat missing <strong>papers</strong> panel set up not to implicate anyone: Rajnath Singh

Ishrat missing papers panel set up not to implicate anyone: Rajnath Singh

19 Jun 2016

Ahmedabad: The purpose of setting up an inquiry panel to find the missing files related to the encounter killing of Ishrat Jahan was not to implicate anyone but to recover the documents, Home Minister Rajnath Singh said today amid the controversy over the officer conducting the probe having allegedly tutored a witness.

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Markets in Kashmir Valley see heavy rush <strong>ahead</strong> of Eid

Markets in Kashmir Valley see heavy rush ahead of Eid

04 Jul 2016

Srinagar: Markets in Srinagar and elsewhere in the Kashmir Valley are wearing a festive look as people are busy shopping for Eid-ul-Fitr which will be celebrated this week to mark the end of the holy fasting month of Ramzan.

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Ishrat Jahan case: Inquiry report submitted; key <strong>papers</strong> missing

Ishrat Jahan case: Inquiry report submitted; key papers missing

15 Jun 2016

New Delhi: The one-man inquiry panel probing the missing files related to Ishrat Jahan case has concluded that the papers were "removed knowingly or unknowingly or misplaced" in September, 2009, a period when Congress leader P Chidambaram was the Home Minister.

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