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IPL is the best thing for me, says England captain Eoin Morgan

IPL is the best thing for me, says England captain Eoin Morgan

29 Jan 2015

Perth: Putting his Test ambitions on hold, England ODI skipper Eoin Morgan has decided to make himself available for selection in the 2015 Indian Premier League (IPL) Player Auction likely to be held in Bangalore on February 16.

Perth,   England ODI skipper,   Eoin Morgan,   2015 Indian Premier League,   IPL,   Player Auction,   Bangalore,   IPL auction on February 16,  
Cold continues in Punjab, Haryana; Amritsar freezes at minus <strong>1</strong> degrees Celsius

Cold continues in Punjab, Haryana; Amritsar freezes at minus 1 degrees Celsius

28 Jan 2015

Chandigarh: Freezing cold waves swept Amritsar in Punjab on Wednesday as the minimum temperature plummeted to minus 1 degree Celsius with several other parts of Punjab and Haryana also reeling under biting chill.

Punjab weather,   Haryana weather,   Punjab Haryana temperature,   cold wave,  
Steve Smith wins Allan Border Medal

Steve Smith wins Allan Border Medal

27 Jan 2015

Melbourne: Steve Smith on Tuesday capped a remarkable season by sweeping the main awards at the annual Allan Border Medal ceremony, including Australian player of the year.

Steve Smith,   Allan Border Medal ceremony,   Australian player of year,   Michael Clarke,   Australian cricket team ,  
Gifted, controversial Juan Roman Riquelme retires

Gifted, controversial Juan Roman Riquelme retires

27 Jan 2015

Buenos Aires: Juan Roman Riquelme, the supremely talented and sometimes controversial former Boca Juniors and Argentina playmaker, has retired from soccer.

Juan Roman Riquelme,   Riquelme retirement,   former Boca Juniors,   Argentina soccer player,  
Saina, Sindhu, Srikanth enter semifinals of Syed Modi <strong>Badminton</strong> tournament

Saina, Sindhu, Srikanth enter semifinals of Syed Modi Badminton tournament

23 Jan 2015

Lucknow: Defending champion Saina Nehwal inched closer to retaining her women's singles title, while other top Indian shuttlers, including P V Sindhu, also made it to the semifinals of the USD 120,000 Syed Modi International Badminton tournament, on Friday.

Saina Nehwal,   Indian shuttlers,   PV Sindhu,   Syed Modi Badminton tournament,   India badminton,  
Who am I to demand the award?, asks Saina Nehwal

Who am I to demand the award?, asks Saina Nehwal

05 Jan 2015

New Delhi: Badminton ace Saina Nehwal is "upset" that her quest to know the reason behind the rejection of her nomination for Padma Bhushan snowballed into a big controversy, saying that she never demanded the prestigious award and would respect the decision of the Sports Ministry.

Indian Badminton player,   Saina Nehwal,   Padma Bhushan,   Sports Ministry,   Sports awards,  
Sports Ministry recommends Saina's name for Padma Bhushan

Sports Ministry recommends Saina's name for Padma Bhushan

05 Jan 2015

New Delhi: The Sports Ministry on Monday decided to recommend ace shuttler Saina Nehwal for the Padma Bhushan award but insisted that it did not receive her nomination from the Badminton Association of India (BAI) within the stipulated deadline.

Sports Ministry,   Sports Ministry recommends Saina's name,   Padma Bhushan,   sports,   badminton player,   BAI,  
Reliance industries raises USD <strong>1</strong> billion via a 10 yrs bond issue

Reliance industries raises USD 1 billion via a 10 yrs bond issue

22 Jan 2015

New Delhi: Reliance Industries has raised USD 1 billion in debt through a 10 year bond issue at an interest rates considered lowest in Asia and with almost no new-issue premium.

Reliance Industries,   RIL raises USD 1 billion,   bond issue,  
E-commerce business may need to hire <strong>1</strong> lakh people in next 6 months

E-commerce business may need to hire 1 lakh people in next 6 months

25 Jan 2015

Mumbai: The USD 12 billion plus rising Indian e-commerce business market is witnessing a rush ofhiring and may need one lakh people over the next six months, industry experts have said.

E commerce,   Indian e-commerce business,   e commerce market,   Jobs,   Amazon,   Flipkart ,  
I dwelt too much on my mistakes: Maria Sharapova

I dwelt too much on my mistakes: Maria Sharapova

22 Jan 2015

Melbourne: Russian tennis ace Maria Sharapova on Wednesday said she was dwelling too much on her mistakes instead of playing positively which led to her being stretched against Russian Alexandra Panova in the second round of the Australian Open.

Maria Sharapova,   Russian tennis player,   Russian Alexandra Panova,   Australian Open,  

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