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Spectrum auctions will lead to high tariffs, competition: Report

Spectrum auctions will lead to high tariffs, competition: Report

05 Mar 2015

Mumbai: The ongoing spectrum auctions, which fetched over Rs 60,000 crore on the very first day, are likely to intensify competition among major telecom players, leading to higher tariffs, and will also increase the gap between top operators and smaller ones, says a report.

spectrum auctions,   Telecom department,   Telelcom players,   spectrum bidding,   Bharti Airtel,   Vodafone,   Idea Cellular,  
Nadal wants traditional clay events protected

Nadal wants traditional clay events protected

02 Mar 2015

Buenos Aires: Rafa Nadal wants tournament organisers to maintain the tradition of clay courts on the Tour and said the growing number of events switching to harder surfaces could increase the injury risk to players long after they finish their careers.

Rafa Nadal,   Tennis clay courts,   Tennis players,  
Budget evokes mixed reaction among real estate <strong>players</strong>

Budget evokes mixed reaction among real estate players

28 Feb 2015

Mumbai: The real estate industry, which had pinned high hopes on the Union Budget for revival of the liquidity-starved sector, welcomed some of the proposals of Finance Minister Arun Jaitley, but said there was no clarity on development of 100 smart cities. It said the document also lacks serious incentives to boost the key sector.

Union Budget 2015,   Budget 2015,   Union Finance Minister,   Arun Jaitley,   Budget Session 2015,   Indian economy ,  
Just let the <strong>players</strong> relax, says Wasim Akram

Just let the players relax, says Wasim Akram

24 Feb 2015

Karachi: Pakistan’s former captain and fast-bowling great Wasim Akram has advised the national team management not to involve the players in long meetings/discussions or training sessions ahead of their crucial World Cup match against Zimbabwe.

Pakistan cricket team,   Wasim Akram,   ICC ODI World Cup,   Pakistan vs Zimbabwe,  
Changeless Riviera revered by the <strong>players</strong>

Changeless Riviera revered by the players

19 Feb 2015

Pacific Palisades: Iconic Riviera Country Club, which once again hosts the Northern Trust Open this week, is loved by the players for its classic feel and the fact that it barely changes from year to year.

Riviera Country Club,   Northern Trust Open,   Golf tournament,  
Sharapova less fixated on top spot but eager to beat Serena

Sharapova less fixated on top spot but eager to beat Serena

23 Feb 2015

Mexico City: Regaining the world's top ranking in women's tennis is less important to five-times grand slam winner Maria Sharapova than it was when she was younger, but the Russian is eager to beat dominant player Serena Williams.

Women tennis players,   Maria Sharapova,   Serena Williams,  
Pakistan fielding coach complains of <strong>players</strong>' abusive behaviour

Pakistan fielding coach complains of players' abusive behaviour

18 Feb 2015

Karachi: Pakistan's World Cup campaign hit another snag when the national team's fielding coach Grant Luden threatened to step down complaining of misbehaviour from three senior players.

Pakistan World Cup team,   Grant Luden,   Pakistan Cricket Board,   Shahid Afridi,   Ahmed Shehzad,   Umar Akmal ,  
List of <strong>players</strong> sold in IPL 8 auction

List of players sold in IPL 8 auction

17 Feb 2015

Left-hand all-rounder Yuvraj Singh and wicketkeeper-batsman Dinesh Karthik were sold for big bucks in the Indian Premier League (IPL) auction held on Monday ahead of the eighth season.

IPL auction,   IPL 8,   IPL 2015,   Yuvraj Singh,   Dinesh Karthik,   Indian Premier League,  
Be more stern with <strong>players</strong>, Akhtar tells Misbah

Be more stern with players, Akhtar tells Misbah

16 Feb 2015

Karachi: Pakistan's former fast bowler Shoaib Akhtar has advised captain Misbah-ul-Haq to become more stern and be strong with the players if the team harbours hopes of doing well in the cricket World Cup.

Pakistan cricket team,   Shoaib Akhtar,   Misbah ul Haq,   Cricket World Cup,   India vs Pakistan,  
Pakistan committed too many blunders against India, say former <strong>players</strong>

Pakistan committed too many blunders against India, say former players

16 Feb 2015

New Delhi: Former Pakistan cricketers lashed out at the team for lack of planning and strategy after it went down to arch-rivals India by 76 runs in its cricket World Cup opening match at the Adelaide Oval.

Pakistan cricketers,   India vs Pakistan,   India vs Pakistan world cup,   Cricket World Cup,   Adelaide Oval,  

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