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India committed to stable and peaceful <strong>South</strong>-Asian neighbourhood: Rajnath at SAARC meet

India committed to stable and peaceful South-Asian neighbourhood: Rajnath at SAARC meet

19 Sep 2014

New Delhi: Addressing the sixth meet of Interior/Home Ministers of the SAARC nations in Kathmandu, Union Home Minister Rajnath Singh on Friday said that India was committed to stable, peaceful and prosperous South-Asian neighbourhood.

Sixth meeting,   Interior/Home Ministers of the SAARC nations,   Kathmandu,   Union Home Minister,   Rajnath Singh,   India,   South-Asian neighbourhood,   terrorism,  
Rupee trims initial gains, still up at 60.82 <strong>Vs</strong> dollar

Rupee trims initial gains, still up at 60.82 Vs dollar

19 Sep 2014

Mumbai: The rupee trimmed its initial gains as it ruled higher for the fourth consecutive day on Friday, moving up by another 2 paise to 60.82 against US dollar on persistent selling of the greenback by banks and exporters in view of weak dollar overseas.

Rupee trims,   initial gains,   Interbank Foreign Exchange (Forex) Market,   US dollar ,  
Indian men start quest for elusive <strong>hockey</strong> gold

Indian men start quest for elusive hockey gold

19 Sep 2014

Incheon: India will start their elusive quest for the Asian Games men's hockey gold in a new format of the game when they take on minnows Sri Lanka in their Pool B opener here on Sunday while the women's team begin their campaign the next day.

Indian men,   hockey gold,   hockey,   sports,   Asian game,   women hockey team,  
PCB plans to import Australian software for detecting illegal actions

PCB plans to import Australian software for detecting illegal actions

19 Sep 2014

Karachi: Pakistan Cricket Board's (PCB) domestic operations chief Intikhab Alam said the board is mulling on importing an Australian software to detect bowlers breaking the 15-degree elbow extension limit allowed by the International Cricket Council (ICC).

Pakistan Cricket Board,   PCB,   Intikhab Alam,   International Cricket Council,   ICC,  
<strong>Pakistan</strong> rescues thousands as floods hit southern Sindh province

Pakistan rescues thousands as floods hit southern Sindh province

19 Sep 2014

Islamabad: Pakistan's disaster management agency says rescuers have evacuated thousands of people stranded in parts of the country's south after being hit by floods.

Pakistan's disaster management agency,   National Disaster Management Agency,   Ahmad Kamal,   southern Sindh province ,  
'Gangnam Style' welcome met by 'Pyongyang Style' silence

'Gangnam Style' welcome met by 'Pyongyang Style' silence

18 Sep 2014

Incheon: North Korea were welcomed to the Asian Games on Thursday to the strains of "Gangnam Style", their athletes and officials gave a polite smile but put up a wall of stony silence in return.

Gangnam Style,   Pyongyang silence,   Asian Games,   South Korea,   Incheon Games,   North Korea,   athletes' village,  
Rupee gains 10 paise against dollar in morning trade

Rupee gains 10 paise against dollar in morning trade

19 Sep 2014

Mumbai: Extending its rising streak for the fourth straight day, the rupee strengthened by 10 paise to 60.74 against US dollar in the morning trade on Friday at the Interbank Foreign Exchange market on continued selling of the American currency by exporters.

Rupee,   dollar,   rupee vs dollar,   INR,   USD,  
Asiad opening to use digital technology for showcasing <strong>Korea</strong>

Asiad opening to use digital technology for showcasing Korea

18 Sep 2014

Incheon: The opening ceremony of the 17th Asian Games here on Thursday is expected to be a grand affair showcasing Korea's past and future by using digital technology.

Asian Games in Incheon ,  
HI inducts Major Ports Sports Control Board as new member

HI inducts Major Ports Sports Control Board as new member

18 Sep 2014

New Delhi: Continuing its endeavour to identify and nurture young players in the country, Hockey India on Thursday gave affiliation to Major Ports Sports Control Board as its 23rd Associate Member.

New Delhi,   young players,   Hockey India,   Major Ports Sports Control Board,   23rd Associate Member,   Indian hockey,  
Brendon McCullum keen to give evidence in <strong>match</strong>-fixing case: Lawyer

Brendon McCullum keen to give evidence in match-fixing case: Lawyer

18 Sep 2014

Wellington: Brendon McCullum's lawyer says the New Zealand cricket captain is determined to give evidence about alleged match-fixing approaches from a former team-mate, believed to be Chris Cairns.

Brendon McCullum,   New Zealand cricket,   Match-fixing,   Chris Cairns,   Cricket fixing,  

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