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We will play better against <strong>South</strong> Africa spinners: Rahane

We will play better against South Africa spinners: Rahane

05 Sep 2015

Mumbai: India's middle-order mainstay Ajinkya Rahane today promised that the team's batsmen would put up a much more impressive display against spinners in the coming four-Test series against South Africa than they had in the last few rubbers.

Ajinkya Rahane,   Indian batsmen,   Spinners,   Test series,   India vs South Africa,  
Sports taught me to compete in right spirit: Sachin Tendulkar

Sports taught me to compete in right spirit: Sachin Tendulkar

05 Sep 2015

Coimbatore: Cricket legend Sachin Tendulkar said sports taught him to get up on his feet again and compete in the right spirit.

Sachin Tendulkar,   cricket legend,   Indian cricketer,   sports personality,   volleyball,   Latest Sports News,  
AIFF form working group to discuss I-League, ISL merger

AIFF form working group to discuss I-League, ISL merger

05 Sep 2015

Mumbai: All India Football Federation (AIFF) President Praful Patel yesterday said merging of I-League and Indian Super League (ISL) cannot be done overnight but decided to form a working group to work out the way to unite the two in the future.

AIFF,   Praful Patel,   Indian Super League,   ISL,   football federation,   Latest Sports News,  
We should not be scared of markets volatility: Raghuram Rajan

We should not be scared of markets volatility: Raghuram Rajan

05 Sep 2015

Ankara: Stressing investors should not be scared of transient volatility in markets, India's Central Bank Governor Raghuram Rajan yesterday said the problems facing the global economy include low productivity and low investments with people saving more and spending less.

Raghuram Rajan,   RBI Governor,   markets volatility,   Indian economy,   Latest Business News,  
Delhi High Court allows permanent commission for women in Navy

Delhi High Court allows permanent commission for women in Navy

04 Sep 2015

New Delhi: In a major relief for women naval officers, Delhi High Court today allowed a bunch of pleas seeking permanent commission for them in the force, saying 'sexist bias and service bias' would not be allowed to block progress of women.

women in Navy,   Delhi High Court,   women naval officers,   Indian Navy,   Indian Air Force,   Latest Nation News ,  
Ishant still getting to know his bowling: Prasad

Ishant still getting to know his bowling: Prasad

04 Sep 2015

New Delhi: Former India speedster Venkatesh Prasad fails to understand why Ishant Sharma is still learning about his bowling when he should be the undisputed leader of the pace attack. Ishant regained his mojo in the recent series in Sri Lanka but his 65-Test career has been an up and down one ever since he made his debut eight years ago.

Venkatesh Prasad,   Ishant Sharma,   Indian bowler,   India vs Sri Lanka,   Indian cricket team,   Latest News,  
<strong>Indian</strong> Boxing Council to hold clinic in Delhi

Indian Boxing Council to hold clinic in Delhi

03 Sep 2015

New Delhi: Looking to gain a foothold in the country, the recently-formed body for professional boxing - the Indian Boxing Council - will conduct a contact clinic in the city with promoters, coaches and pugilists on September 5 and 6.

Indian boxing,   Indian Boxing Council,   IBC,   PK Muralidharan Raja,   Latest News ,  
<strong>Indian</strong> cricketers are not bad players of spin: Dravid

Indian cricketers are not bad players of spin: Dravid

03 Sep 2015

New Delhi: Former captain Rahul Dravid says it was a misconception that Indian youngsters are bad players of spin and insisted that they actually have incredible shot making ability against the slow bowlers.

Indian cricketers,   Dravid,   Indian youngsters,   cricket,   latest sports news,  
Raghuram Rajan completes two years at RBI; pressure mounts to cut rates

Raghuram Rajan completes two years at RBI; pressure mounts to cut rates

04 Sep 2015

Mumbai: As Governor Raghuram Rajan, known for his hawkish approach to inflation, completes tumultuous two years at RBI today, calls for rate cuts have become shriller with the Finance Ministry raising alarm bells over a possible deflation demon gobbling up the economy.

Raghuram Rajan,   RBI Governor,   Indian economy,   inflation,   deflation,   Chief Economic Advisor,   Arvind Subramanian,   Latest Business News ,  
Five interesting facts about <strong>Indian</strong> police!

Five interesting facts about Indian police!

02 Sep 2015

New Delhi: The police personal we see everyday on the roads or in their vans are the people of great importance. They have not only made our lives safer but its laudable to see them working 24X7.

Indian police,   police personal,   India,   moustache,   khakhi,   latest nation news,  

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