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Kings XI register fifth consecutive <strong>win</strong>, thrash Royal Challengers by five wickets

Kings XI register fifth consecutive win, thrash Royal Challengers by five wickets

28 Apr 2014

Dubai: Kings XI Punjab continued their winning streak with a facile five-wicket victory to strengthen their position at the top of the heap as Royal Challengers Bangalore were left licking their wounds after yet another loss in the ongoing Indian Premier League on Monday.

Royal Challengers Bangalore,   Kings XI Punjab,   Virat Kohli,   Glenn Maxwell,   KXIP vs RCB,   Indian Premier League,   IPL 7,   IPL 2014,  
Paes-Bopanna ousted from Japan Open

Paes-Bopanna ousted from Japan Open

02 Oct 2014

Tokyo: Leander Paes and Rohan Bopanna, who recently recorded a memorable Davis Cup win, crashed out of the Japan Open following a straight set defeat against Ivan Dodig and Marcelo Melo, here on Thursday.

Leander Paes,   Rohan Bopanna,   Davis Cup win,   Japan Open,   Ivan Dodig,   Marcelo Melo,  
Rain threat <strong>over</strong> Kochi ODI

Rain threat over Kochi ODI

06 Oct 2014

Kochi: The threat of rain looms large over the first ODI of the five-match series even as Indian and West Indies cricketers started to arrive in batches for the day-night encounter at the Jawaharlal Nehru International Stadium here on Wednesday.

Kochi,   rain threat,   first ODI,   five-match series,   West Indies,   cricketers,   day-night encounter,   Jawaharlal Nehru International Stadium,  
Lung cancer can stay hidden for <strong>over</strong> 20 years: Study

Lung cancer can stay hidden for over 20 years: Study

10 Oct 2014

London: Lung cancers can lie dormant for over 20 years before suddenly turning into an aggressive form of the disease, a new study has claimed.

Lung cancer,   smoke,   genetic mistake,   cancer,   smoking,  
Microsoft chief angers women <strong>over</strong> 'karma' pay comment

Microsoft chief angers women over 'karma' pay comment

10 Oct 2014

San Francisco: Microsoft chief executive Satya Nadella triggered uproar on Thursday after suggesting working women should trust "karma" when it comes to securing pay raises.

Microsoft,   Microsoft chief,   angers women,   karma pay comment,   tech,   ,  
Lung cancer can stay hidden for <strong>over</strong> 20 years: Study

Lung cancer can stay hidden for over 20 years: Study

10 Oct 2014

Washington: Lung cancers can lie dormant for over 20 years before suddenly turning into an aggressive form of the disease, according to a study published on Thursday in US journal Science.

Lung cancer,   disease,   Cancer,   smoke,   Cancer Research,  
North Korea beat Japan to <strong>win</strong> women's football gold

North Korea beat Japan to win women's football gold

02 Oct 2014

Incheon: North Korea won the Asian Games women's football gold medal for a third time on Wednesday, beating 2011 World Cup winners Japan 3-1 at Munhak Stadium.

Incheon,   North Korea,   Asian Games,   women's football,   gold medal,   2011 World Cup winners,   Japan,  
Real Madrid <strong>win</strong> late, Liverpool lose in Champions League

Real Madrid win late, Liverpool lose in Champions League

02 Oct 2014

Geneva: Real Madrid and Liverpool found their combined 15 European titles were no protection on the road in the Champions League.

Real Madrid,   FC Basle,   Champions League,   Liverpool,   Arsenal,   Benfica,   Atletico Madrid,   Juventus,   Karim Benzema,  
We played a perfect game, says Dhoni after nine-wicket <strong>win</strong> <strong>over</strong> England

We played a perfect game, says Dhoni after nine-wicket win over England

03 Sep 2014

Birmingham: India captain Mahendra Singh Dhoni feels his side played a "perfect game" as the visitors thrashed England by nine wickets in the fourth One-Dayer to take an invincible 3-0 lead in the five-match series here.

India captain,   Mahendra Singh Dhoni,   MS Dhoni,   India vs England,   ODI,   Ajinkya Rahane,  
Ban Ki Moon expresses concern <strong>over</strong> 'escalation of violence' in Kashmir

Ban Ki Moon expresses concern over 'escalation of violence' in Kashmir

10 Oct 2014

United Nations: UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-Moon has expressed concern over the escalation of violence along the Line of Control in Kashmir and called for 'dialogue' between India and Pakistan to resolve their differences, according to his spokesperson.

Ban Ki Moon,   Kashmir violence,   UN Secretary General,   India- Pakistan LoC,   United Nations,  

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