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Ebola death toll swells to 2,917 out of 6,263 cases: WHO

Ebola death toll swells to 2,917 out of 6,263 cases: WHO

25 Sep 2014

Geneva: The world's worst-ever Ebola epidemic has now infected nearly 6,300 people in West Africa and killed nearly half of them, according to World Health Organisation figures released on Thursday.

Geneva,   Ebola epidemic,   West Africa,   World Health Organisation,   WHO,   virus,  
Vernon Philander fined for ball-tampering

Vernon Philander fined for ball-tampering

19 Jul 2014

Galle (Sri Lanka): South Africa seam bowler Vernon Philander was fined 75 percent of his match fee after being accused of ball tampering during the first Test against Sri Lanka.

South Africa,   Vernon Philander,   ball-tampering,   Philander fined,   ICC,   ,  
India to host 2015 IBSA Summit

India to host 2015 IBSA Summit

17 Jul 2014

Brasilia: In order to give a new momentum to its relations with Brazil and South Africa, India will host the next summit of IBSA (India, Brazil, South Africa) in New Delhi in 2015. The three nations are also the member of BRICS forum.

IBSA Summit,   India,   Brazil,   South Africa,   New Delhi,   BRICS,  
India eyeing outright win against SA to seal semi-final spot

India eyeing outright win against SA to seal semi-final spot

30 Jul 2014

Glasgow: High on confidence after the spirited showing against Australia, the Indian men’s hockey team would look to win outright against South Africa in their final group match on Thursday, even though a draw is enough to seal their semi-final spot in the 20th Commonwealth Games.

Indian men’s hockey team,   India against South Africa,   Commonwealth Games,   CWG,  
We will not play for draws in coming games in CWG, says Walsh

We will not play for draws in coming games in CWG, says Walsh

30 Jul 2014

Glasgow: Having suffered a 2-4 defeat at the hands of world champions Australia in Glasgow on Tuesday, Indian hockey team's chief coach Terry Walsh said his wards will go for a victory in their next encounter against South Africa to keep their hopes alive in the 20th Commonwealth Games.

Indian hockey team,   Terry Walsh,   Australia,   Commonwealth Games,   South Africa,   draws,   Mandeep Singh,  
India retain fourth position in Test rankings

India retain fourth position in Test rankings

05 Aug 2014

Dubai: India have retained their fourth position in the ICC Test rankings despite a loss in the third cricket Test England at Southampton with the five-match series currently locked at 1-1.

Dubai,   India,   fourth position,   ICC Test rankings,   third cricket Test,   England,   Southampton,   five-match series,   Sri Lanka,   Pakistan,   South Africa,  
Bayliss acting Aussie coach for <strong>South</strong> <strong>Africa</strong> T20 series

Bayliss acting Aussie coach for South Africa T20 series

16 Jun 2014

Sydney: Trevor Bayliss has been appointed acting coach for Australia's Twenty20 home internationals against South Africa in November, Cricket Australia said.

Trevor Bayliss,   Australia coach,   Australia cricket team,   South Africa cricket team,   Australia vs South Africa,   T20 cricket,  
Massive cancellation of Kashmir bookings during puja holidays

Massive cancellation of Kashmir bookings during puja holidays

27 Sep 2014

Kolkata: There has been a massive cancellation of packaged tours for Kashmir, which are usually in great demand  in West Bengal in the festive season, in the wake of the devastating floods in the Valley.

Kashmir floods,   J&K floods,   Kashmir tourism,   Kashmir package cancellation,   South India,  
<strong>South</strong> Africa's Amla set for historic Test

South Africa's Amla set for historic Test

14 Jul 2014

Galle: Hashim Amla will make history on Wednesday when he takes the field as South Africa's first permanent non-white skipper, helming a team in transition after the retirements of Test greats Graeme Smith and Jacques Kallis.

South Africa,   Hashim Amla,   non-white captain,   Jacques Kallis,   Graeme Smith,   Sri Lanka,   Test match,  
On-target archers clinch historic gold, India rises in Asiad

On-target archers clinch historic gold, India rises in Asiad

27 Sep 2014

Incheon: The men's compound archery team picked up a historic gold medal as India enjoyed their most productive day in the 17th Asian Games so far with an impressive collection of six medals to jump to the 11th position in the overall standings on the eighth day of competitions.

Asian Games,   Incheon,   South Korea,   Asian Games 2014,   Indian archers,   Indian tally,   Gold medals,  

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