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UP Governor <strong>says</strong> he would examine complaint against Assembly Speaker

UP Governor says he would examine complaint against Assembly Speaker

04 Jul 2015

Lucknow: After fingers have been raised against Uttar Pradesh Assembly Speaker Mata Prasad Pandey for allegedly appointing his two son-in-laws in the assembly flouting norms, Governor Ram Naik today said that he would "examine the matter".

Uttar Pradesh Assembly,   UP Speaker,   Mata Prasad Pandey,   UP Governor,   Ram Naik,  
NSE <strong>says</strong> ready for IPO; awaits clarity on listing norms

NSE says ready for IPO; awaits clarity on listing norms

04 Jul 2015

Mumbai: On the heels of Finance Ministry dusting up the idea of stock exchanges getting listed, the NSE, which has so far appeared undecided on going public, has told its shareholders it is ready to come out with an IPO as and when some clarifications on listing norms are provided.

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First Test: Anderson and <strong>Broad</strong> stun New Zealand

First Test: Anderson and Broad stun New Zealand

25 May 2015

London: James Anderson and Stuart Broad gave England hope of a sensational victory in the first Test as New Zealand's top-order collapsed at Lord's on Monday. The tourists saw their second innings get off to a dreadful start, with both openers out for a duck, and they were 12 for three when Ross Taylor was dismissed.

James Anderson,   Stuart Broad,   Lords cricket ground,   Ross Taylor,   England vs New Zealand,   Latest News,  
India likely to rest <strong>key</strong> players for Zimbabwe tour

India likely to rest key players for Zimbabwe tour

28 Jun 2015

New Delhi: Taking note of the fatigue factor, India are likely to field a second string team for the tour of Zimbabwe and senior players such as skipper Mahendra Singh Dhoni might be given a break when the selectors meet on Monday to pick the squad for the limited-overs series.

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Hockey World League: Jasjit's brace sends India to semis with 3-2 <strong>win</strong> over Malaysia

Hockey World League: Jasjit's brace sends India to semis with 3-2 win over Malaysia

02 Jul 2015

Antwerp (Belgium): Jasjit Singh sent two rasping penalty corner drag flicks into the net as India edged past hosts Malaysia 3-2 to move to the semifinals of the Hockey World League Semifinals, here today.

Hockey World League,   Jasjit Singh,   Hockey World League Semifinals,   India,   Malaysia,   latest sports news,  
Copa final 'not war' <strong>says</strong> Mascherano

Copa final 'not war' says Mascherano

02 Jul 2015

Santiago: Argentina star Javier Mascherano called for calm on Wednesday as the countdown to this weekend's Copa America final against fierce rivals Chile got under way.

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Justin Gatlin blazes to 200m <strong>win</strong> in 19.57sec

Justin Gatlin blazes to 200m win in 19.57sec

29 Jun 2015

Eugene: Controversial sprinter Justin Gatlin fired a World Championships warning shot, winning the 200m title at the US athletics championships in a blistering 19.57sec.

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Kevin Pietersen laments lack of 'clean slate'

Kevin Pietersen laments lack of 'clean slate'

16 May 2015

London: Kevin Pietersen again indicated he'd been misled about the possibility of an international comeback when he said Saturday he had been offered a "clean slate" by incoming England and Wales Cricket Board chairman Colin Graves.

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US Supreme Court upholds <strong>key</strong> Obamacare insurance subsidies

US Supreme Court upholds key Obamacare insurance subsidies

26 Jun 2015

Washington: US Supreme Court handed President Barack Obama a major victory on Thursday by upholding tax subsidies crucial to his signature healthcare law, with Chief Justice John Roberts saying Congress clearly intended for them to be available in all 50 states.

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India series <strong>win</strong> best, team can <strong>win</strong> anywhere: Mortaza

India series win best, team can win anywhere: Mortaza

25 Jun 2015

Mirpur: Bangladesh skipper Mashrafe Mortaza has said that the ODI series victory against India was their best performance ever and insisted his team has the skills and temperament to do well in any part of the world.

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