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Ajay Devgn, Anees Bazmee to <strong>team</strong> up for romantic film

Ajay Devgn, Anees Bazmee to team up for romantic film

31 Jul 2015

Mumbai: Actor Ajay Devgn and director Anees Bazmee would be teaming up again for a romantic film. "There is a love story that I am working on. It's a different love story. I have discussed it with Ajay and he will be a part of it," Bazmee told.

Ajay Devgn,   Anees Bazmee,   romantic film,   Hulchul,   upcoming Bollywood movies,   Latest Entertainment News ,  
Malaysia dispatches <strong>team</strong> to verify plane wreckage

Malaysia dispatches team to verify plane wreckage

30 Jul 2015

United Nations: Malaysia has sent a team to verify whether a mysterious piece of plane debris washed up on a French island in the Indian Ocean belonged to the ill-fated MH370 that disappeared without a trace March last year with 239 people on board.

Malaysia,   MH370,   French Island,   Indian Ocean,   Malaysia Airlines,   Liow Tiong Lai,   Latest World News,  
Australian tail wags, England need 121 to win third Test

Australian tail wags, England need 121 to win third Test

31 Jul 2015

Birmingham: Australia's tail wagged on the third morning of the third Test to frustrate England's push for victory and a 2-1 Ashes series lead on Friday.

Australia vs England,   England cricket team,   Ashes Test series,   Latest News,  
Frequent change of coaches destabilising Indian hockey: Walsh

Frequent change of coaches destabilising Indian hockey: Walsh

31 Jul 2015

New Delhi: Paul van Ass' unceremonious sacking and frequent change of coaches is "potentially destabilising Indian hockey" but the country has just enough time to prepare and train itself for an "outstanding performance" in Rio Olympics, feels former coach Terry Walsh.

Paul van Ass,   Indian hockey team,   2016 Rio Olympics,   Terry Walsh,   Latest News,  
Aparajith fifer, Bancroft 150 lights up second Day

Aparajith fifer, Bancroft 150 lights up second Day

30 Jul 2015

Chennai: India A off-spinner Baba Aparajith struck late with a five-wicket haul, but it was opener Cameron Bancroft's strokeful 150 that powered Australia A to a crucial first innings lead on Day 2 of the second four-day unofficial cricket 'Test' on Thursday.

India A cricket team,   Baba Aparajith,   Cameron Bancroft,   Australia A cricket team,   Latest News,  
Indian women archery <strong>team</strong> earns Olympic berths

Indian women archery team earns Olympic berths

28 Jul 2015

Copenhagen: Indian women's recurve team earned Olympic quota for 2016 Rio Games while the men's trio failed to advance after squandering a handsome lead at the archery World Championships, here today.

Indian women recurve team,   Olympic quota,   2016 Rio Games,   archery World Championships,   Latest News,  
India to field biggest ever <strong>team</strong> at World Badminton Championships

India to field biggest ever team at World Badminton Championships

28 Jul 2015

Jakarta: India will be fielding its biggest and strongest team at the World Badminton Championships in Indonesia, providing them their best chance of winning medals at the prestigious tournament next month.

Indian Badminton players,   World Badminton Championships,   Saina Nehwal,   Kidambi Srikanth,   Jwala Gutta,   Ashwini Ponnappa,   PV Sindhu,   Latest News ,  
<strong>Anna</strong> Hazare extends support to ex-servicemen over OROP protests

Anna Hazare extends support to ex-servicemen over OROP protests

26 Jul 2015

New Delhi: Social activist Anna Hazare today accused the Narendra Modi-led NDA government of not fulfilling even a "single promise" including implementation of One Rank One Pension (OROP) scheme and assured the defence personnel that he will do whatever was possible in getting their due.

Social activist Anna Hazare,   Narendra Modi,   NDA government,   One Rank One Pension,   OROP scheme,   defence personnel,   Latest News,  
Sri Lanka seek revival in Pakistan T20s

Sri Lanka seek revival in Pakistan T20s

29 Jul 2015

Colombo: Sri Lanka will look to prevent a clean sweep by Pakistan on the current tour when they clash in two Twenty20 internationals in Colombo on Thursday and Saturday.

Sri Lankan cricket team,   Pakistan cricket team,   Twenty20 internationals,   Latest News,  
Mitchell Johnson strikes but England grind out lead

Mitchell Johnson strikes but England grind out lead

30 Jul 2015

Birmingham: Australia's Mitchell Johnson took his 300th Test wicket, but England still built up a useful lead in the third Ashes Test at Edgbaston today.

Australian cricket team,   Mitchell Johnson,   Australia vs England,   Ashes Test at Edgbaston,   Latest News,  

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