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Double podium for Gautam Singhania in France

Double podium for Gautam Singhania in France

27 Jul 2015

Le Castellet: Gautam Hari Singhania secured a double podium finish at the Ferrari Challenge Europe Championship here. He finished second in Race 2 after coming third in Race 1 in the Coppa Shell category over the weekend.

Gautam Hari Singhania,   Ferrari Challenge Europe Championship,   Race 1 in Coppa Shell category,   Latest News,  
World Championship results depends on fitness: Saina Nehwal

World Championship results depends on fitness: Saina Nehwal

24 Jul 2015

Bengaluru: India's badminton queen Saina Nehwal is focussing on her "game and skill" for the upcoming tournaments, including the World championship, but said the results will depend on overall fitness.

Indian badminton player,   Saina Nehwal,   Badminton World championship,   Latest News,  
USD <strong>1</strong> million prize money for crafting best message to aliens

USD 1 million prize money for crafting best message to aliens

27 Jul 2015

London: Yuri Milner, the Russian billionaire who is funding the USD 100 million search for aliens, is offering USD 1 million prize money to craft the best message to send to an extraterrestrial civilisation.

One million prize for message,   Crafting message for aliens,   Aliens,   Search of aliens,   Space science,   Latest Lifestyle News ,  
Gurdaspur attack: SP among six killed; <strong>1</strong> militant eliminated

Gurdaspur attack: SP among six killed; 1 militant eliminated

27 Jul 2015

Gurdaspur: In the first major terror strike in Punjab in eight years, heavily-armed militants in army uniform today sprayed bullets on a moving bus and stormed a police station, killing six persons, including an SP, and injuring eight others in Gurdaspur bordering Pakistan.

Gurdaspur attack,   SP killed,   Militant eliminated,   Militant attack,   Terror strike in Punjab,   Pakistan,   Latest Nation News,  
Australia exile Bernard Tomic goes back-to-back in Bogota

Australia exile Bernard Tomic goes back-to-back in Bogota

27 Jul 2015

Melbourne: Australian bad boy Bernard Tomic has shrugged off his Miami arrest and banishment from the Davis Cup team to successfully defend his ATP title in Bogota.

Australian tennis player,   Bernard Tomic,   Australian Davis Cup team,   ATP title in Bogota,   Latest News,  
We stand a good chance to win medals at World C'ship: Gopi

We stand a good chance to win medals at World C'ship: Gopi

26 Jul 2015

New Delhi: Confident about India's preparation for the upcoming World Championship, chief badminton coach Pullela Gopichand said the home shuttlers have the best chance of winning multiple medals at the prestigious tournament next month.

Indian badminton players,   Badminton World Championship,   badminton coach,   Pullela Gopichand,   Latest News,  
Jayaram and two Indian doubles pairs in semifinal of Russia Open

Jayaram and two Indian doubles pairs in semifinal of Russia Open

24 Jul 2015

Vladivostok: Indian shuttler Ajay Jayaram notched up a straight-game win over Malaysia's Wei Feng Chong to reach the semifinals of the Russian Open Grand Prix badminton tournament here today.

Indian badminton players,   Ajay Jayaram,   Wei Feng Chong,   Russian Open Grand Prix badminton tournament,   Latest News,  
Drogba offered USD <strong>1</strong> million by ATK owners to play in ISL

Drogba offered USD 1 million by ATK owners to play in ISL

24 Jul 2015

London: Former Chelsea and Ivory Coast striker Didier Drogba was offered a whopping USD 1 million by Atletico de Kolkata's co-owners to become the marquee player of the Indian Super League side though the high-profile player is yet to respond, according to a report here.

Didier Drogba,   Atletico de Kolkata,   Indian Super League,   ISL,   Latest News,  
Yuki played like a top-50 <strong>player</strong>: Zeeshan

Yuki played like a top-50 player: Zeeshan

20 Jul 2015

New Delhi: Yuki Bhambri's performance against New Zealand was no less than a top-50 player and even the staunchest of his critics would have changed their opinion about the youngster had they seen him play in Christchurch, says India's Davis Cup coach Zeeshan Ali.

Yuki Bhambri,   Indian Davis Cup coach,   Zeeshan Ali,   Latest News,  
Google to shut down Google+ Photos from August <strong>1</strong>: Report

Google to shut down Google+ Photos from August 1: Report

21 Jul 2015

Washington: Search engine major Google has announced that it will begin shutting down its Google+ Photos app on August 1. According to reports, Google+ Photos will begin shutting down first on Android and then on the web and iOS.

Google,   Google+,   Google Photos,   Google+ app,   Android,   Web,   iOS,  

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