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Indian cagers ease past Nepal, Bangladesh on <strong>Day</strong> 1 of SABA Championship

Indian cagers ease past Nepal, Bangladesh on Day 1 of SABA Championship

04 Jul 2015

Bengaluru: Playing with poise and purpose, the senior Indian men's basketball team steamrolled past eastern neighbours Nepal and Bangladesh on the opening day of the 4th South Asian Basketball Association SABA Championship at the Kanteerava Indoor Stadium.

Indian basketball,   India vs Nepal,   India vs Bangladesh,   South Asian Basketball Association,   SABA Championship,  
PM Modi confident about renewed energy in Indo-US ties

PM Modi confident about renewed energy in Indo-US ties

04 Jul 2015

New Delhi: Prime Minister Narendra Modi today greeted the US on its Independence Day and expressed confidence that bilateral relations will get even better in times to come based on the renewed energy in ties.

Narendra Modi,   India US ties,   US Independence Day,   Bilateral relations,   Barack Obama,  
Now, Sindhi brides and grooms to pay Rs 5,000 fine for reaching late at venue

Now, Sindhi brides and grooms to pay Rs 5,000 fine for reaching late at venue

03 Jul 2015

Nagpur: Sindhi panchayat has passed a resolution wherein the tardy brides and grooms would have to pay Rs 5,000 fine each for reaching late at the wedding venue.

Sindhi brides,   Sindhi grooms,   Sindhi panchayat,   Sindhi wedding,   Sindhi panchayat wedding rule,   fine on wedding day,   latest states news,  
MCC welcomes <strong>day</strong>-night Test match decision

MCC welcomes day-night Test match decision

01 Jul 2015

London: MCC has voiced its support for Cricket Australia and Cricket New Zealand’s decision to host the first ever day-night Test match in Adelaide later this year.

MCC,   Cricket Australia,   Cricket New Zealand,   day night Test match,   Latest News,  
World Cup's best Mitchell Starc lashes Australia's <strong>day</strong>-night Test

World Cup's best Mitchell Starc lashes Australia's day-night Test

01 Jul 2015

Melbourne: Australia paceman Mitchell Starc has expressed concerns about the pink ball to be used in the first day-night Test, saying it behaved "very differently" to the usual red ball and crowds might not even be able to see it.

Mitchell Starc,   day night Test,   Australian cricket team,   ICC,   Latest news,  
CAG raps Delhi government for discrepancies, not obtaining fund proof

CAG raps Delhi government for discrepancies, not obtaining fund proof

01 Jul 2015

New Delhi: The government auditor Comptroller & Auditor General (CAG) today pointed out discrepancies in implementation of social welfare schemes including mid-day meal (MDM) and pulled up the Delhi government for its failure to obtain fund utilisation certificates from various institutions.

CAG,   Delhi government,   social welfare schemes,   mid day meal,   Delhi Tourism,   MDM scheme,   latest Nation news,  
Yatra to Badrinath, Hemkund remains disrupted for fourth <strong>day</strong>

Yatra to Badrinath, Hemkund remains disrupted for fourth day

28 Jun 2015

Gopeshwar: Yatra to Badrinath and the Sikh shrine of Hemkund Sahib in Chamoli district remained disrupted for the fourth consecutive day today even as the administration continued to evacuate pilgrims stranded on way to the Himalayan shrines in Uttarakhand.

Yatra to Badrinath,   Sikh shrine,   Hemkund Sahib,   Chamoli district,   Pilgrims in Uttarakhand,   Latest News,  
Boxing <strong>Day</strong> Test to stay in Melbourne

Boxing Day Test to stay in Melbourne

26 Jun 2015

Sydney: The celebrated Boxing Day Test will remain in Melbourne, Cricket Australia said today, after a report that administrators could reshuffle fixtures. The Australian newspaper had suggested that big matches could be moved around based on competitive bidding between states.

Boxing Day Test,   Melbourne Cricket ground,   Cricket Australia,   Latest News,  
Big <strong>day</strong> for IPOs: IndiGo, Infibeam, Teamlease eye over Rs 3,000 crore

Big day for IPOs: IndiGo, Infibeam, Teamlease eye over Rs 3,000 crore

30 Jun 2015

New Delhi: In a big day for IPOs, at least three companies -- low-cost carrier IndiGo, staffing firm Teamlease and e-retailer Infibeam -- have lined up public offers to raise an estimated over Rs 3,000 crore from investors.

IPOs,   IndiGo,   Infibeam,   Teamlease,   low cost carrier,   Initial Public Offers,   Capital markets,   SEBI,   Latest Business News,  
Coffee <strong>Day</strong> Enterprises files for IPO to raise Rs 1,150 crore

Coffee Day Enterprises files for IPO to raise Rs 1,150 crore

26 Jun 2015

New Delhi: Leading coffee shop chain operator Coffee Day Enterprises has filed its papers with regulator SEBI for an Initial Public Offer (IPO) to raise an estimated Rs 1,150 crore.

Coffee Day Enterprises,   Coffee Day files for IPO,   SEBI,   Initial Public Offer,   IPO,   Cafe Coffee Day,   CCD,   Latest Business News ,  

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