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Apple dethrones Samsung from top spot on global smartphone <strong>tally</strong>

Apple dethrones Samsung from top spot on global smartphone tally

03 Mar 2015

New York: iPhone maker Apple has dethroned Samsung from the top spot on the global smartphone tally, a position that the Korean electronics giant had strongly held for over three years, research firm Gartner said.

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NTT DoCoMo, Nokia prepare for 5G ahead of Tokyo <strong>Olympics</strong> launch

NTT DoCoMo, Nokia prepare for 5G ahead of Tokyo Olympics launch

02 Mar 2015

BARCELONA: Japan's NTT DoCoMo  and Finland's Nokia said on Monday they are working together to develop networks running at high frequencies for use in the 5G wireless era - technology expected to be showcased at the 2020 Tokyo Olympics.

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Sochi <strong>Olympics</strong> end, Russia tops <strong>medal</strong> <strong>tally</strong>

Sochi Olympics end, Russia tops medal tally

24 Feb 2014

Moscow: Ballet, circus acts and the classics of Russian literature and music were at the heart of Sunday's Sochi Olympics closing ceremony, leaving Russia, which dominated the medals standings, with a sense of accomplishment.

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USA leaves behind China in <strong>Olympics</strong> Medals race

USA leaves behind China in Olympics Medals race

11 Aug 2012

China dropped further behind the United States on the London Olympics medals table after their first day without a win, as South Korea beat fierce rivals Japan to claim men's football bronze.

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India sign off 8th in Asiad medals <strong>tally</strong>

India sign off 8th in Asiad medals tally

04 Oct 2014

Incheon: India on Saturday ended their 17th Asian Games campaign at the eighth spot on the medals tally, a drop of two positions from the previous edition of the mega-event which drew to a close here.

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India emerge with reduced <strong>medal</strong> <strong>tally</strong> from Asian Games

India emerge with reduced medal tally from Asian Games

04 Oct 2014

Incheon: The medal count went down but Indian sports still had lots to celebrate with the men's hockey team coming good after a long time to strike gold even as the legend of M C Mary Kom got bigger in a mixed Asian Games campaign for the country's athletes here.

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Steve Smith wins Allan Border <strong>Medal</strong>

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.

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There’s a gold lining

There’s a gold lining

13 Aug 2012

Medals apart, one of the more stirring Indian moments of this Olympics came on Friday evening when Amit Kumar, still 18, who stumbled into wrestling because his father delivered milk to Guru Satpal’s akhara, was beating World Championship bronze medallist Hassan Sabzali Rahimi of Iran in his pre-quarter final bout in the 55-kg category. Just a little later, the quarter final was cruelly stolen from him for a Georgian MBA student by some of the most horrific refereeing you have seen. Most of us missed both of these — a wrestling bout at this level just lasts four-six minutes.

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<strong>Olympics</strong> 2012: Saina, Vijender within sniffing distance of a <strong>medal</strong>

Olympics 2012: Saina, Vijender within sniffing distance of a medal

03 Aug 2012

Saina Nehwal achieved a first by marching into Olympic badminton semifinals, while star boxer Vijender Singh is only a bout away from repeating his medal performance of the Beijing Games following a narrow win in the pre-quarterfinals here on Thursday.

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Indian men's kabaddi team bags 7th successive Asiad gold

Indian men's kabaddi team bags 7th successive Asiad gold

03 Oct 2014

Incheon: The Indian men's kabaddi team clinched its seventh successive gold medal at the Asian Games after coming from behind to beat a spirited Iran 27-25 in the summit clash in Incheon on Friday.

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