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<strong>Opening</strong> day bonanza for '2 States' with over Rs12 crore

Opening day bonanza for '2 States' with over Rs12 crore

19 Apr 2014

Mumbai: Arjun Kapoor and Alia Bhatt-starrer "2 States", which released on Friday, raked in around Rs 12 crore on its opening day in the country.

Arjun Kapoor,   Alia Bhatt,   Chetan Bhagat,   2 States,  
SRK, Deepika to perform at IPL 7 <strong>opening</strong> <strong>ceremony</strong>

SRK, Deepika to perform at IPL 7 opening ceremony

16 Apr 2014

New Delhi: Bollywood superstar Shah Rukh Khan is ready to take the center stage with Deepika Padukone at the opening ceremony of seventh edition of Indian Premier League (IPL) in Abu Dhabi on Wednesday.

Shah Rukh Khan,   Deepika Padukone,   IPL,   IPL 7,   IPL performance,   ,  
Bidding begins for Rio 2016 <strong>Olympic</strong> Games projects

Bidding begins for Rio 2016 Olympic Games projects

19 Apr 2014

Rio de Janeiro: Brazil's southeast city of Rio de Janeiro has opened bidding for two infrastructure projects in the lead-up to the 2016 Olympic Games, authorities said.

Rio 2016,   Olympic Games projects,   rio Olympic,   Olympic projects,   Olympic projects bidding,  
Vietnam not to host 2019 Asian Games

Vietnam not to host 2019 Asian Games

18 Apr 2014

Hanoi: Vietnam said on Friday it had decided against hosting the 2019 Asian Games for financial reasons, and was exploring procedures to withdraw from staging the region's largest sporting event.

Asian Games,   Olympic Committee,   Vietnam Asian Games,   Asian Games 2019,   ASIAD,  
Umar Akmal booked for violating wedding act

Umar Akmal booked for violating wedding act

16 Apr 2014

Karachi: Pakistan batsman Umar Akmal's run-in with the authorities does not appear to be ending as he has now been booked in a case where he is accused of violating a wedding ceremony act of the Punjab government.

Umar Akmal,   wedding act violation,   Pakistan batsman,   Umar Akmal case,   Rasm Hina ceremony,  
Kevin Pietersen ruled out of Daredevils' <strong>opening</strong> match against Royal Challengers: Report

Kevin Pietersen ruled out of Daredevils' opening match against Royal Challengers: Report

16 Apr 2014

London: Delhi Daredevils captain Kevin Pietersen has been ruled out of their IPL campaign opener against Royal Challengers Bangalore in Sharjah on Thursday as his finger injury is yet to heal completely, according to a report.

Delhi Daredevils,   Kevin Pietersen,   IPL,   Indian Premier League,   Royal Challengers Bangalore,  
Olympian Shahnaz Shaikh to coach Pak hockey team

Olympian Shahnaz Shaikh to coach Pak hockey team

17 Apr 2014

Karachi: In a bid to pull Pakistan out of their recent slump, the Pakistan Hockey Federation (PHF) has appointed Olympian Shahnaz Shaikh as the senior team’s coach.

Shahnaz Shaikh,   Pakistan,   hockey team,   World Cup,   Asia Cup,   Olympic gold medal,  
IPL fever hits UAE, tickets for <strong>opening</strong> games sold out

IPL fever hits UAE, tickets for opening games sold out

15 Apr 2014

Dubai: With the opening match of IPL only a day away, the excitement among sports enthusiasts in the United Arab Emirates has reached fever pitch with the first four games of the season, as well as the double header here on 25 April, already being sold out.

IPL,   Indian Premier League,   IPL tickets,   United Arab Emirates,   BCCI,   IPL 7,  
'Rio 2' mints Rs 5.7 crore on <strong>opening</strong> weekend in India

'Rio 2' mints Rs 5.7 crore on opening weekend in India

15 Apr 2014

Chennai: Animated film "Rio 2", which opened in cinemas worldwide on Friday, has grossed Rs 5.7 crore on its opening weekend at the Indian box office, registering the second best opening for an animated film in the country.

Rio 2,   fun family entertainer,   biggest opening for an animation film,   eccentric characters,   Rio 2 mints Rs 5.7 crore,   Sonakshi Sinha,   Imran Khan,   ,  
Genetic therapy may repair spinal cord: Study

Genetic therapy may repair spinal cord: Study

16 Apr 2014

London: Damage to the central nervous system, the brain and spinal cord, is currently irreparable. But this may change soon as researchers have now discovered that genetic and chemical treatment could help regenerate damaged nerves.

brain,   spinal cord,   Imperial College London,   Genetic therapy,   nervous system ,  

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