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Pakistan <strong>Cricket</strong> Board didn't try to convince Latif for chief selector post

Pakistan Cricket Board didn't try to convince Latif for chief selector post

21 Apr 2014

Karachi: The Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) didn't make an attempt to convince former test captain, Rashid Latif to change his mind about accepting the position of chief selector because of pressures from the England and Wales Cricket Board (ECB).

Pakistan Cricket Board,   Pakistan Cricket team,   Pakistan Cricket coach,   Pak cricket,   Rashid Latif,   Pak cricket selector,  
Laughter boosts short-term memory: Study

Laughter boosts short-term memory: Study

21 Apr 2014

New Delhi: A new study conducted by researchers at Loma Linda University in US has revealed that laughter can improve short-term memory in older adults and make the brain work better.

Laughter,   short-term memory,   humour,   memory power,   Loma Linda University,  
Karnataka government orders <strong>Toyota</strong>, union to restore operations

Karnataka government orders Toyota, union to restore operations

21 Apr 2014

Mumbai: Karnataka government has ordered Toyota Motor Corp and its union to restore normal operations at its local factories immediately after a month-long standoff between the Japanese auto maker and its workers, the company said.

Karnataak government,   Toyota,   Toyota worlers,   Toyota factory,   Toyota cars,  
Australian coach joins emerging Afghanistan ahead of 2015 ICC World Cup

Australian coach joins emerging Afghanistan ahead of 2015 ICC World Cup

21 Apr 2014

Kabul: Afghanistan's new cricket academy coach, Peter Anderson from Australia, has started work in Kabul, officials said on Monday, as the fast-developing team prepare for their debut at next year's World Cup.

Afghanistan cricket team,   Afghanistan cricket coach,   Afghan cricket,   ICC World Cup,   2015 Cricket World Cup,  
Sindhu, Srikanth to lead Indian charge at Asian Badminton <strong>Championship</strong>

Sindhu, Srikanth to lead Indian charge at Asian Badminton Championship

21 Apr 2014

New Delhi: With ace shuttler Saina Nehwal giving the tournament a miss, teen sensation PV Sindhu and national champion K Srikanth will spearhead the Indian challenge at the USD 200,000 Asian Badminton championship which gets underway at Gimcheon, Korea on Tuesday.

Asian Badminton Championship,   Saina Nehwal,   PV Sindhu,   K Srikanth,   Gimcheon tournament,   World Badminton Championship,   Badminton India,   Indian badminton players,  
New glasses to fake your emotions

New glasses to fake your emotions

21 Apr 2014

London: Researchers have developed glasses that show computer-generated eye animations in place of the wearer's real ones and could be used to simulate emotional reactions when users are distracted or busy.

computer-generated eye,   University of Tsukuba,   organic light-emitting diode,   Bluetooth wireless connection,   control their emotions,   ,  
West Indies pacer Kemar Roach survives car crash

West Indies pacer Kemar Roach survives car crash

21 Apr 2014

Barbados: West Indies pacer Kemar Roach has escaped with minor injury following a nasty car crash on a rain-lashed Bridgetown road.

Kemar Roach,   Kemar Roach West Indies,   West Indies cricket,   Kemar Roach accident,   Kemar Roach BMW,  
Researchers identify ‘Chaperone’ compound to treat Alzheimer's disease

Researchers identify ‘Chaperone’ compound to treat Alzheimer's disease

21 Apr 2014

New Delhi: Researchers from Columbia University Medical Center (CUMC), Weill Cornell Medical College and Brandeis University have devised a new approach to the treatment of Alzheimer's disease involving the so-called retromer protein complex.

Alzheimer’s disease,   Chaperone,  Columbia University Medical Center,   treating Alzheimer's,  curing Alzheimer's,  
Playing correct <strong>cricket</strong> now: Robin Uthappa

Playing correct cricket now: Robin Uthappa

20 Apr 2014

Dubai: Disappointed he might be about his team Kolkata Knight Riders losing its IPL match against Delhi Daredevils here but veteran batsman Robin Uthappa says he is happy about finally being able to play "correct" cricket after cleaning up his technique.

Robin Uthappa,   Robin Uthappa batting,   Kolkata Knight Riders,   IPL in UAE,   IPL matches,   IPL 7,   Delhi Daredevils,  
<strong>Toyota</strong> to launch hydrogen-powered car

Toyota to launch hydrogen-powered car

17 Apr 2014

In 1997, Toyota caught its competitors by surprise with the revolutionary Prius, the first commercially successful gasoline-electric hybrid car. Now, the Japanese firm is trying to do the same with a technology that seems straight out of science fiction.

Toyota,   Toyota cars,   Toyota hydrogen car,   hydrogen car,   Toyota Motor Corp,  

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