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Clarke in squad for 1st Test, gets 2 days to prove his fitness

Clarke in squad for 1st Test, gets 2 days to prove his fitness

24 Nov 2014

Adelaide: Australia skipper Michael Clarke has been provisonally named in the 13-man squad announced on Monday for the first Test against India in Brisbane from December 4, subject to his complete recovery from a recurring left hamstring injury.

Clarke,   squad,   1st Test,   fitness,   India,   Australia,   test series,   sports,   cricket,  
Mumbai beat Punjab to finish second in group

Mumbai beat Punjab to finish second in group

24 Nov 2014

Mumbai: Mumbai Tennis Masters overcame Punjab Marshalls 29-20 in the inconsequential final North Zone round robin match of the Champions Tennis League at the Kalinga University Sports Complex here on Monday.

Mumbai Tennis Masters,   Punjab Marshalls,   Champions Tennis League,   Kalinga University Sports Complex,  
Article 370 a bridge between J&K and <strong>centre</strong>: Saif-ud-in Soz

Article 370 a bridge between J&K and centre: Saif-ud-in Soz

24 Nov 2014

Srinagar: Congress leader Saif-ud-in Soz on Monday challenged Prime Minister Modi led-BJP government to abrogate Article 370 granting special status to the state of Jammu and Kashmir, stating that the provision was a "bridge" between the state and the centre.

Article 370,   J and K,   RSS,   BJP,   Narendra Modi,  
Guilty in spot-fixing scandal will be punished: Sonowal

Guilty in spot-fixing scandal will be punished: Sonowal

24 Nov 2014

New Delhi: Calling it a "matter of serious concern", Sports Minister Sarbananda Sonowal on Monday said that action will be taken against those guilty in the Indian Premier League spot-fixing scandal.

Sports Minister,   Sarbananda Sonowal,   Indian Premier League,   IPL spot fixing scandal,  
SAI committee meets <strong>Sports</strong> Minister regarding Walsh's proposal

SAI committee meets Sports Minister regarding Walsh's proposal

18 Nov 2014

New Delhi: The six-member committee, constituted by Sports Authority of India (SAI) to study the proposals of Indian hockey coach Terry Walsh, met the Sports Minister Sarbananda Sonowal on Tuesday.

Sports Authority of India,   SAI,   Indian hockey coach Terry Walsh,   Sports Minister Sarbananda Sonowal,  
BJP to bank on youth faces to conquer Delhi polls

BJP to bank on youth faces to conquer Delhi polls

24 Nov 2014

New Delhi: After winning the Assembly elections in Haryana and becoming the largest party in Maharashtra, the Bhartiya Janata Party (BJP) is mulling an option to project youth faces to win the ensuing Assembly elections in Delhi. According to the saffron party sources, in a bid to cash in on youth faces, the aging but political heavyweights of the party will also be relegated to the margins.

Assembly Elections,  BJP,   Delhi,  Young Faces,  Haryana,   Maharashtra,  Amit Shah,  BJP President,  Power Centre,  Aam Admi Party,   Booth Management,  Delhi State President Satish Upadhyay,   MP Ramesh Bidhuri,  
Priyanka Chopra takes to streets for 'Clean <strong>India</strong> Campaign'

Priyanka Chopra takes to streets for 'Clean India Campaign'

24 Nov 2014

Mumbai: Bollywood star Priyanka Chopra cleaned an area in the city with the help of some social workers as a part of Prime Minister Narendra Modi's 'Swachh Bharat Abhiyan'.

Priyanka Chopra,   Clean India Campaign,   Swachh Bharat Abhiyan,   Narednra Modi ,  
<strong>India</strong> can grow at 9 percent, become USD 10 trillion economy in 20 years: PwC

India can grow at 9 percent, become USD 10 trillion economy in 20 years: PwC

24 Nov 2014

New Delhi: India has the potential to achieve 9 percent growth rate and become a USD 10 trillion economy by 2034 on the back of concerted efforts by the corporate sector and a constructive role played by the government, a PwC report said.

India,   Growth rate,   Indian economy,   India GDP,   Corporate sector,   Modi government,   PwC,  
Terry Walsh officially quits, but door still open for return

Terry Walsh officially quits, but door still open for return

18 Nov 2014

New Delhi: In a major setback for Indian hockey, the men's national team chief coach Terry Walsh on Tuesday officially quit from his post after his contractual talks with Hockey India and the SAI broke down but a fresh proposal is still being worked out for the Australian's consideration.

Indian hockey national coach,   Terry Walsh,   Sports Authority of India,   Hockey India,   ,  
Government asks France to 'open shops' in <strong>India</strong> for railway projects

Government asks France to 'open shops' in India for railway projects

24 Nov 2014

New Delhi: Government on Monday invited France to "open shops" in the country to execute Railway projects and sought co-operation in areas of safety, customer service and high-speed train service. "There are multiple areas in rail sector where we can work together and in those areas we can hope for co-operation between France and India," Railway Minister Suresh Prabhu said while addressing Indo-French Rail seminar here.

Suresh Prabhu,   Railway projects,   Railway Minister,   India,   France,   France shops in India,   high-speed train service,   Indo-French Rail seminar,  

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