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McCullum asks <strong>Indian</strong> fans to root for New Zealand in WC final

McCullum asks Indian fans to root for New Zealand in WC final

28 Mar 2015

Mumbai: New Zealand captain Brendon McCullum has beseeched the cricket-mad Indian fans to root for his team in on Sunday's World Cup final against four-time winners Australia at the Melbourne Cricket Ground.

New Zealand captain,   Brendon McCullum,   Indian cricket fans,   ICC ODI World Cup final,   Australia vs New Zealand,   Melbourne Cricket Ground,   CWC2015 ,  
Former US cop indicted for assaulting <strong>Indian</strong>

Former US cop indicted for assaulting Indian

28 Mar 2015

Washington: A US police officer, accused of using excessive force against a 57-year-old Indian leaving him partially paralysed, has been indicted on federal civil rights violation charges that carries imprisonment up to 10 years.

Former US cop,   Indian assault,   US police officer,   civil rights violation charges,   Sureshbhai Patel,  
Superb Saina Nehwal scales historic World Number One ranking

Superb Saina Nehwal scales historic World Number One ranking

28 Mar 2015

New Delhi: Saina Nehwal created history on Saturday as she became the first Indian woman shuttler to attain the world number one ranking after her closest challenger for the spot, Spain's Carolina Marin, lost in the India Open Super Series semifinal here.

Saina Nehwal,   World Number one,   Ranking,   First Indian woman shuttler,   India Open Super Series,   Prakash Padukone,   world champion,  
India's forex reserves up USD 4.26 billion

India's forex reserves up USD 4.26 billion

28 Mar 2015

Mumbai: India's foreign exchange reserves increased by USD 4.26 billion to USD 339.99 billion for the week ended on March 20, Reserve Bank of India (RBI) data showed.

India forex reserves,   Indian reserves increased,   foreign exchange reserves,   forex reserves increased,   RBI,   Reserve Bank of India ,  
<strong>Indian</strong> diaspora can be valuable partner in implementing govt's flagship schemes: Sushma Swaraj

Indian diaspora can be valuable partner in implementing govt's flagship schemes: Sushma Swaraj

27 Mar 2015

New Delhi: External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj on Friday said her government was committed to ensuring a governance and regulatory system that is transparent, responsive and investor-friendly as it strives to create a fresh environment for growth and entrepreneurship.

Sushma Swaraj,   External Affairs Minister,   GST,   flagship schemes,   Swacch Bharat Abhiyan,   Clean Ganga,  
India may launch two more navigation satellites this year

India may launch two more navigation satellites this year

27 Mar 2015

Chennai: India is expected to launch at least two more navigation satellites this year and one more in 2016 to offer satellite navigation services by the middle of next year, Indian space agency officials said.

India,   navigation satellites,   satellite navigation services,   Indian space agency,   Indian Space Research Organisation,   ISRO,  
The 'God' knew it, Sachin Tendulkar prediction on semis spot on

The 'God' knew it, Sachin Tendulkar prediction on semis spot on

27 Mar 2015

Sydney: He isn't called the 'God of cricket' for nothing and Sachin Tendulkar lived up to the title by accurately predicting the cricket World Cup semifinalists.

Sachin Tendulkar,   ICC Cricket World Cup 2015,   Tendulkar prediction,   Indian cricket team,   cricket world cup ,  
Sony launches wireless PumpX speaker at Rs 7990 in <strong>Indian</strong> markets

Sony launches wireless PumpX speaker at Rs 7990 in Indian markets

25 Mar 2015

New Delhi: Japanese tech giant Sony on Tuesday launched wireless speaker, the all new Sony PumpX, which comes in exchange for Rs 7990 in the Indian markets. This amazing portable device connects to all your gadgets without having to make any hassled wire connections and streams music on the go.

Sony PumpX,   PumpX speaker,   Sony speaker,   wireless PumpX speaker,   Sony wireless speaker,  
<strong>Indian</strong> Army chief to attend inaugural UN meet on peacekeeping

Indian Army chief to attend inaugural UN meet on peacekeeping

25 Mar 2015

United Nations: Indian Army Chief General Dalbir Singh Suhag will attend an inaugural UN conference on peacekeeping operations here later this week that will bring together the defence chiefs of UN member states.

Indian Army chief,   General Dalbir Singh Suhag,   UN meet,   UN conference on peacekeeping,  UN Secretary General,   Ban Ki-moon,   Chiefs of Defence Conference,  
 Our pacers should play less domestic games: M S Dhoni

Our pacers should play less domestic games: M S Dhoni

27 Mar 2015

Melbourne: The biggest positive for the Indian cricket team in this World Cup has been the performance of its pacers and skipper Mahendra Singh Dhoni feels that the trio of Umesh Yadav, Mohammed Shami and Mohit Sharma should not be forced to play domestic events to ensure that they don't burn out.

M S Dhoni,   Mahendra Singh Dhoni,   Umesh Yadav,   Mohammed Shami,   Mohit Sharma,   ICC cricket World Cup 2015,   Indian cricket team,  

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