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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,  
Health services, economies overwhelmed in Ebola-hit <strong>Africa</strong>

Health services, economies overwhelmed in Ebola-hit Africa

11 Sep 2014

Monrovia: Health workers in Liberia reported being overwhelmed by new Ebola cases, as the epidemic was blamed for shattering economic growth in neighbouring Sierra Leone.

Health workers,   Liberia,   Ebola cases,   Economic growth,   Sierra Leone,  
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,  
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,  
Ebola claims 2,400 lives so far; Cuba pledges largest medical team

Ebola claims 2,400 lives so far; Cuba pledges largest medical team

13 Sep 2014

Geneva: The worst-ever outbreak of Ebola fever has killed more than 2,400 people so far, the United Nations said, as Cuba pledged the largest foreign medical team deployed so far in the West African health crisis.

Ebola,   Ebola deaths,   Ebola outbreak,   West Africa,   West Africa health crisis,   WHO,   World Health Organization ,  
Cuba sends 165 health professionals to fight Ebola in <strong>Africa</strong>

Cuba sends 165 health professionals to fight Ebola in Africa

12 Sep 2014

Geneva: Cuba has decided to provide 165 health professionals to combat the Ebola virus disease outbreak in West Africa, the World Health Organization (WHO) announced on Friday.

Cuba,   165 health professionals,   Ebola,   Ebola Africa,   Ebola virus,  
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,  
Intel launches kids tablet in India

Intel launches kids tablet in India

16 Sep 2014

New Delhi: California-based chip-maker Intel and Metis Learning on Tuesday launched a tablet for children aged 2-10 priced at Rs 9,999, an official said here.

California-based chip-maker,   Intel,   Metis Learning,   tablet,   kids tablet,   Eddy,   Sandeep Arora,   Intel South Asia director,  
Ebola toll hits 2,288 in West <strong>Africa</strong>: WHO

Ebola toll hits 2,288 in West Africa: WHO

10 Sep 2014

Geneva: The number of people infected by the Ebola virus disease in West Africa reached 4,269 as of on Tuesday, while the total number of related deaths stood at 2,288, according to World Health Organisation (WHO) officials.

Ebola toll,   Ebola virus,   Ebola infection,   diseases,   2,  288,   West Africa,   WHO,   WHO report,  
<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,  

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