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Goa government suspends water <strong>sports</strong> after death of Russian tourists

Goa government suspends water sports after death of Russian tourists

30 Oct 2014

Panaji: The Goa government here suspended all water sports activity across the state following the fresh incident of death of three Russian nationals near here during a water sport activity being operated illegally.

Goa Government,   Death of Russian Tourists,   Water Sports Suspended,   Department of Water Sports,  
Fiat Chrysler to spin off <strong>sports</strong> car maker Ferrari

Fiat Chrysler to spin off sports car maker Ferrari

29 Oct 2014

Milan: Fiat Chrysler Automobiles said on Wednesday it will spin off sports car maker Ferrari into a separate company. The company said in a statement that spinning off Ferrari was part of a plan to raise capital to support the new merged carmakers' future growth.

Fiat Chrysler Automobiles,   sports car maker Ferrari ,  
Want funds, stay available for India: <strong>Sports</strong> Ministry to athletes

Want funds, stay available for India: Sports Ministry to athletes

29 Oct 2014

New Delhi: Taking exception to top Indian tennis players who were reluctant to compete in the recent Asian Games, the Sports Ministry on Wednesday said individual players will be able to avail grants from it only if they undertake to be available for India whenever called upon.

New Delhi,   Indian tennis players,   Asian Games,   Sports Ministry,   grants,   Leander Paes,   Incheon Asiad,  
Olympic <strong>sports</strong> can learn a lot from cricket, says Rahul Dravid

Olympic sports can learn a lot from cricket, says Rahul Dravid

28 Oct 2014

New Delhi: Batting on a different wicket as member of Target Olympic Podium, a scheme initiated by the Ministry of Sports to increase India's medal count at various international events, the Karnataka batsman who came to be known as The Wall for his batting resilience, said: "Sport is sport and performance at elite level is performance at elite level. There is a lot that cricket can learn from performances of other athletes.

Target Olympic Podium,   Ministry of Sports,   cricket,   Rahul Dravid,  
Advani, Bhaskar in World Billiards semi-finals

Advani, Bhaskar in World Billiards semi-finals

29 Oct 2014

Leeds: On a day of mixed fortunes for Indian cueists, Pankaj Advani and Balachandra Bhaskar were the ones left smiling as they entered the World Billiards Championship (time format) semi-finals, on Wednesday.

Advani,   Bhaskar,   World Billiards semi-finals,   billiards,   sports,   Pankaj Advani,  
Audi recalls 382 units of SUV Q7 in India

Audi recalls 382 units of SUV Q7 in India

29 Oct 2014

New Delhi: German luxury car maker Audi is recalling 382 units of its premium sports utility vehicle Q7 in India manufactured in March-December 2012 to replace faulty vacuum line in brake system as part of a global exercise.

Audi,   Audi India,   Audi Q7,   Premium sports utility vehicle,   Audi Q7 India,   Audi recall,   Audi brake system,  
Female boxer dies following bout

Female boxer dies following bout

28 Oct 2014

Pretoria: A female boxer in South Africa has died after being in a coma for two weeks following a bout, another sports death in a country already mourning the loss of a former world-champion runner and the captain of the national football team.

female boxer in South Africa,   sports death,   Phindile Mwelase ,  
Real to fight federation over Zidane punishment

Real to fight federation over Zidane punishment

28 Oct 2014

Madrid: Former France playing legend Zinedine Zidane and his club European champions Real Madrid were embroiled in an embarrassing dispute with the Spanish Football Federation who according to influential Madrid-based sports paper Marca handed him a three month coaching ban.

football federation,   Zidane,   punishment,   sports,   soccer,   football,   three months ban,  
ICC may offer olive branch to banned players

ICC may offer olive branch to banned players

28 Oct 2014

Dubai: The International Cricket Council (ICC) said it is likely to allow banned players to feature in domestic matches a few months before their punishment expires.

ICC,   olive branch,   banned players,   cricket,   sports,   cricket matches,  
Smooth sailing for Pankaj Advani in World Billiards

Smooth sailing for Pankaj Advani in World Billiards

27 Oct 2014

Leeds: Ace Indian cueist Pankaj Advani defeated Robin Wilson for his second straight win in the World Billiards Championships (time format) here.

Pankaj Advani,   World Billiards Championship,   billiards,   sports,   ,  

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