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BCCI adjourns WC meet <strong>over</strong> Srinivasan's presence

BCCI adjourns WC meet over Srinivasan's presence

29 Aug 2015

Kolkata: High drama was witnessed in the BCCI's crucial Working Committee meeting over the presence of N Srinivasan, prompting the President Jagmohan Dalmiya to adjourn the meeting sine die over lack of legal clarity on the sidelined former chief's status.

BCCI,   N Srinivasan,   Jagmohan Dalmiya,   India cricket,   IPL scam,   CSK,  
Axar Patel spins India A to innings and 81 runs <strong>win</strong>

Axar Patel spins India A to innings and 81 runs win

28 Aug 2015

Wayanad: Left-arm spinner Axar Patel scalped four wickets without conceding a single run in a destructive spell as India A clinched the unofficial cricket Test series 1-0 against South Africa A with an imposing innings and 81 runs victory in the second and final match here today.

Axar Patel,   India A beat South Africa A,   Jayant Yadav,   Shardul Thakur,   Karn Sharma,   Baba Aparajith,   Latest News ,  
CBI takes <strong>over</strong> ambulance scam case in Rajasthan

CBI takes over ambulance scam case in Rajasthan

28 Aug 2015

New Delhi: CBI today took over the ambulance scam case and re-registered the case filed by Rajasthan Police against former Chief Minister Ashok Gehlot, Congress leader Sachin Pilot and sons of two former union ministers.

CBI,   Ambulance scam case,   Rajasthan,   Rajasthan Police,   Former Chief Minister,   Ashok Gehlot,   Congress leader,   Sachin Pilot,   Union ministers,   Latest States News,  
Pakistan summons Indian High Commissioner <strong>over</strong> ceasefire violations

Pakistan summons Indian High Commissioner over ceasefire violations

28 Aug 2015

Islamabad: Pakistan today summoned Indian High Commissioner TCA Raghavan and lodged a strong protest over alleged ceasefire violations, saying at least six civilians were killed in firing by Indian troops.

Pakistan,   Indian High Commissioner,   TCA Raghavan,   Ceasefire violations,   Line of Control,   BSF,   Pakistani Rangers,  
Notice to Himachal Pradesh <strong>over</strong> caste discrimination in temple

Notice to Himachal Pradesh over caste discrimination in temple

28 Aug 2015

Shimla: The Himachal Pradesh High Court has issued notice to the state government over caste discrimination in the ancient Maheshwari Devi Temple in Shimla district.

caste discrimination in temple,   Himachal Pradesh temple,   Himachal Pradesh High Court,   Maheshwari Devi Temple,   Shimla temple,   latest states news,  
  Move <strong>over</strong> presents, gift your sister 'a vow' this Raksha Bandhan

Move over presents, gift your sister 'a vow' this Raksha Bandhan

28 Aug 2015

Jaipur: Moving beyond conventions, brothers in Rajasthan are all set to gift 'written vows and pledges' to their sisters this Rakhi.

Rakshabandhan,   Rakhi,   Rakhi gift,   Rajasthan Rakshabandhan,   Latest lifestyle news,  
Obama expresses concern <strong>over</strong> gun culture in US

Obama expresses concern over gun culture in US

27 Aug 2015

Washington: A day after the Virginia shooting incident, President Barack Obama today expressed concern over the gun culture in the US, saying, the number of people who die from gun related incidents around this country 'dwarfs' any deaths that happen through terrorism.

gun culture,   Obama,   United States,   White House,   heartbreaking,   latest world news,  
Irish look to take shine off Aussie World Cup <strong>win</strong>

Irish look to take shine off Aussie World Cup win

26 Aug 2015

Belfast: Australia play their first one-day international as world champions in Belfast tomorrow with a new captain and three uncapped players in the 14-man squad which meets Ireland in a one-off game at Stormont.

Australian cricket team,   ODI in Belfast,   Australia vs Ireland,   Latest News,   Steve Smith,   Michael Clarke,   Matthew Wade,   Brad Haddin,   Latest News ,  
CRPF men help plough fields to <strong>win</strong> <strong>over</strong> tribals in Naxal-hit Sukma

CRPF men help plough fields to win over tribals in Naxal-hit Sukma

21 Aug 2015

Raipur: They are trained to supervise law and order operations and counter insurgency, but the CRPF personnel, in a novel initiative, are helping farmers in ploughing their fields through tractors to win the hearts of tribals in Chhattisgarh's worst Naxal-hit Sukma district.

Insurgency,   CRPF,   Farmers,   Tractors,   Farming,   Tribals,   Chhattisgarh,   Naxal Sukma,  
China detains 12 <strong>over</strong> deadly warehouse blasts in Tianjin

China detains 12 over deadly warehouse blasts in Tianjin

27 Aug 2015

Beijing: At least 12 people were detained in connection with the deadly warehouse explosions in China's Tianjin city that killed at least 139 people, officials said today.

China,   Tianjin blasts,   China port blast,   warehouse explosions,   Latest World News,  

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