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Players to be counselled after Phillip Hughes mishap

Players to be counselled after Phillip Hughes mishap

25 Nov 2014

Sydney: Traumatised players from the New South Wales and South Australia sides are being offered counselling after batsman Phillip Hughes was taken to the hospital following a shocking head injury that needed mouth-to-mouth resuscitation and surgery.

New South Wales,   South Australia,   Phillip Hughes ,  
Saarc leaders to meet amid hopes of <strong>South</strong> Asian integration

Saarc leaders to meet amid hopes of South Asian integration

25 Nov 2014

Kathmandu: The 18th Saarc Summit begins here on Wednesday with focus on deeper integration among the eight South Asian neighbours, amid high hopes that the leaders of India and Pakistan will meet to break their diplomatic ice.

Kathmandu,   Saarc Summit,   South Asia,   India,   Pakistan,   Nepal,  
Chloe Tryon anchors tense <strong>South</strong> African chase

Chloe Tryon anchors tense South African chase

24 Nov 2014

Bengaluru: Chloe Tryon stood tall amid ruins as she hit a superb half-century under pressure to guide South Africa to a tense two-wicket win over India in the first cricket One-day International here on Monday.

Chloe Tryon,   South Africa cricket team,   Indian cricket team,  
Congo invites <strong>Indian</strong> farmers to explore farming opportunities

Congo invites Indian farmers to explore farming opportunities

25 Nov 2014

Chandigarh: Republic of Congo on Tuesday invited Indian farmers and food processing sector to explore business opportunities there, saying it is ready to offer all "possible support" in this regard.

Indian Farmers,   Indian economy,   Congo,   Republic of Congo,   ,  
<strong>Indian</strong> golfers Jeev, Kapur eye victory in Dubai

Indian golfers Jeev, Kapur eye victory in Dubai

25 Nov 2014

Dubai: Star Indian golfers Jeev Milkha Singh and Shiv Kapur have hailed the Asian Tour's entry into the Middle East and hoped to put their name on the inaugural Dubai Open trophy at the Els Club Dubai next month.

Indian golfers,   Jeev Milkha Singh,   Shiv Kapur,   Asian Tour,   Dubai Open trophy,   Els Club Dubai,  
Hockey India doesn't need Walsh's services: Batra

Hockey India doesn't need Walsh's services: Batra

25 Nov 2014

New Delhi: Terry Walsh may have expressed a desire to again take up the Indian coaching job, but Hockey India on Tuesday made it clear that it doesn't require the services of the Australian anymore.

Terry Walsh,   Hockey India,   Indian hockey team,  
'It is difficult to be a Sania Mirza in this country'

'It is difficult to be a Sania Mirza in this country'

25 Nov 2014

New Delhi: She might be one of the most sought-after sportspersons in India but tennis ace Sania Mirza says "it's difficult to be a Sania Mirza in this country" due to the prevailing "gender inequality" and called for an urgent need to bring about a cultural change.

Sportspersons in India,   Sania Mirza,   Indian tennis players,  
FC Goa eye for third spot in <strong>Indian</strong> Super League

FC Goa eye for third spot in Indian Super League

25 Nov 2014

Margao: Having jumped to fourth spot after beating FC Pune City, FC Goa are now eyeing a victory against Kerala Blasters on Wednesday in the Indian Super League at Jawaharlal Nehru Stadium, Fatorda.

FC Pune City,   FC Goa,   Kerala Blasters,   Indian Super League,   ISL,   Jawaharlal Nehru Stadium,  
SAARC: India terms terrorism as the biggest challenge for the region

SAARC: India terms terrorism as the biggest challenge for the region

25 Nov 2014

Kathmandu: Identifying terrorism as the biggest challenge facing the region, India on Tuesday called for a "collective response" by SAARC to deal with the menace while pitching for 3Cs - Culture, Commerce and Connectivity – for deeper integration for peace and prosperity in South Asia.

Terrorism,   SAARC,   Sushma Swaraj,   neighbourhood first policy,   Culture,   Commerce,   Connectivity,   South Asian Association for Regional Cooperation,   ,  
No unauthorised entry of neighbourhood armies in three months: Government

No unauthorised entry of neighbourhood armies in three months: Government

25 Nov 2014

New Delhi: There have been "no incidents of unauthorised entry" of the armies of neighbouring countries into Indian territory during the past three months, the government informed the Rajya Sabha.

Indian territory,   China,   Pakistan,   Modi government,   Rajya Sabha,  

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