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CWG: Boxer Vijender packs a punch after Indian wrestlers <strong>win</strong> 4 silver medals

CWG: Boxer Vijender packs a punch after Indian wrestlers win 4 silver medals

31 Jul 2014

Glasgow: Star boxer Vijender Singh packed a punch while assuring himself of a medal in what proved to be a good outing for Indian pugilists after the country's wrestlers continued to excel winning four silver and a bronze on seventh day of competitions in the 20th Commonwealth Games on Wednesday in Glasgow.

Glasgow,   Star boxer,   Vijender Singh,   Indian pugilists,   four silver medals,   bronze,   seventh day,   20th Commonwealth Games,   India wrestlers,  
UPSC row: Decision will be satisfactory and balanced, <strong>says</strong> Jitendra Singh

UPSC row: Decision will be satisfactory and balanced, says Jitendra Singh

31 Jul 2014

New Delhi: As the protest of the UPSC aspirants continues demanding scrapping of Civil Services Aptitude Test (CSAT) from the entrance examination, the government advised the aspirants to maintain calm.

Jitendra Singh,   UPSC row,   CSAT examination,   Students,  
I want to <strong>win</strong> a gold in Asian Games: Sushil Kumar

I want to win a gold in Asian Games: Sushil Kumar

30 Jul 2014

Glasgow: Rio is at the back of his mind but for Sushil Kumar, one of India's greatest Olympians, the immediate aim is to win a gold medal in the upcoming Asian Games, a stage where the decorated wrestler, surprisingly, is yet to taste success.

Sushil Kumar,   Asian Games,   wrestler,  
India eyeing outright <strong>win</strong> 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,  
Facial features <strong>key</strong> to first impressions

Facial features key to first impressions

29 Jul 2014

New York: A smile gives the first impression that a person is approachable, while large eyes signal youthfulness, and dominance is linked partly to a masculine face shape, scientists say.

Facial expression,   features,   first impression,   smile,   masculine face,   scientists,  
Sonia Gandhi <strong>says</strong> she will write her own book to reply to Natwar Singh’s comments

Sonia Gandhi says she will write her own book to reply to Natwar Singh’s comments

31 Jul 2014

New Delhi:  Responding to former party colleague Natwar Singh’s comments in his autobiography over her decision to turn down the opportunity to become India’s Prime Minister, Congress president Sonia Gandhi on Thursday said she will be writing her ‘own book’ to reveal the truth.

Sonia Gandhi,   Natwar Singh,   Prime Minister,   autobiography,   own book,   Rahul Gandhi,   Manmohan Singh,   Congress,  
Indian shooters <strong>win</strong> five more medals on concluding day of event

Indian shooters win five more medals on concluding day of event

30 Jul 2014

Glasgow: Indian shooters continued to dominate the Barry Buddon Centre with the unassuming Sanjeev Rajput and Harpreet Singh clinching a silver medal each but there was heartbreak for Olympic silver winner Vijay Kumar in the 20th Commonwealth Games in Glasgow.

Barry Buddon Centre,   Sanjeev Rajput,   Harpreet Singh,   CWG,   Glasgow,   CWG 2014,   Commonwealth Games,  
India <strong>win</strong> one more medal after Nigerian lifter fails dope test

India win one more medal after Nigerian lifter fails dope test

30 Jul 2014

Glasgow: India got one more medal in women's 53kg weightlifting after Swati Singh was handed the bronze while Matsha Santoshi was upgraded to silver after 16-year-old Nigerian gold winner Chika Amalaha tested positive for a banned substance in the Commonwealth Games on Wednesday.

women weightlifting,   Swati Singh,   Matsha Santoshi,   Chika Amalaha,   Commonwealth Games,   CWG,  
Sensex, Nifty slip to one-week lows as profit <strong>taking</strong> continues

Sensex, Nifty slip to one-week lows as profit taking continues

28 Jul 2014

Mumbai: Extending losses for the second day, equity benchmarks closed at one-week lows with the Sensex ending below the 26,000 mark and the Nifty ending at 7,748.70 as investors booked profits in recent out-performers in sectors including realty, metals, oil & gas.

Sensex,   profit,   market,   stock market,   analyst,  
<strong>Taking</strong> wickets was the <strong>key</strong> to England’s six-<strong>wicket</strong> <strong>win</strong> over India, <strong>says</strong> <strong>Broad</strong>

Taking wickets was the key to England’s six-wicket win over India, says Broad

01 Sep 2011

England Twenty20 skipper Stuart Broad reckoned that taking wickets was the key to his side's six-wicket win over India in the one-off Twenty20 international here.

England win over India in Twenty20,   Latest on England skipper Stuart Broad,   taking wicket was key to win says Stuart Broad,   England Twenty20 match,   India loses in England Twenty20,  

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