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Only 8.2 percent of our DNA functional: Study

Only 8.2 percent of our DNA functional: Study

25 Jul 2014

London: Debunking earlier figures stating that 80 percent of our genome has some biochemical function, Oxford researchers now report that only 8.2 percent of our DNA is functional.

DNA,   Chris Pointing,   biochemical function,   Oxford University,   Oxford researchers,   study,  
BCCI-ICC on collision course on Ravindra Jadeja issue

BCCI-ICC on collision course on Ravindra Jadeja issue

25 Jul 2014

Southampton: The BCCI and its parent body ICC seemed headed for a showdown after Indian all-rounder Ravindra Jadeja was on Friday fined 50 per cent of his match fee for the altercation with England pacer James Anderson, a sentence which a livid Indian Board intends to challenge.

BCCI,   ICC,   Indian cricket team,   Ravindra Jadeja,   England pacer James Anderson,   Indian cricket Board,  
Government plans to set up Sports <strong>University</strong> in Manipur

Government plans to set up Sports University in Manipur

24 Jul 2014

New Delhi: The government plans to set up a Sports University in Manipur as part of its development programme for the North-Eastern region, the Rajya Sabha was informed on Thursday.

Sports University,   Manipur,   North-Eastern region,   Rajya Sabha,   VK Singh,   North Eastern Council,  
India was toughest period of my captaincy: Michael Clarke

India was toughest period of my captaincy: Michael Clarke

25 Jul 2014

Melbourne: Australian skipper Michael Clarke does not regret the infamous 'Homework-gate' scandal in India last year but does admit that the tour was the toughest period of his captaincy.

Australian cricket captain,   Michael Clarke,   Australia vs India,  
ICC rejects 2018 offer, <strong>cricket</strong> stays out of Commonwealth Games

ICC rejects 2018 offer, cricket stays out of Commonwealth Games

24 Jul 2014

Mumbai: Cricket's absence from Commonwealth Games will continue at least until the 2018 Games in Australia after the International Cricket Council (ICC) turned down an invitation from the governing body of the multi-sport event.

Commonwealth Games,   CWG,   2018 Games in Australia,   International Cricket Council,   ICC ,  
Afghan <strong>cricket</strong> chief promises World Cup upsets

Afghan cricket chief promises World Cup upsets

23 Jul 2014

Mumbai: Afghanistan's triumph over Zimbabwe on Tuesday was far from a surprise to the man who runs the game in the war-torn nation and he has warned cricket's establishment to brace itself for more shocks at the World Cup next year.

Afghanistan cricket team,   cricket World Cup,  
Kane Williamson suspended from bowling in international <strong>cricket</strong>

Kane Williamson suspended from bowling in international cricket

23 Jul 2014

Dubai: The ICC on Wednesday suspended New Zealand off-spinner Kane Williamson from bowling in international cricket with immediate effect after an independent analysis has found his bowling action to be illegal.

ICC,   New Zealand,   Kane Williamson,   international cricket,   bowling action,  
When Baichung Bhutia did a Martin Crowe during the 87 World Cup!

When Baichung Bhutia did a Martin Crowe during the 87 World Cup!

24 Jul 2014

New Delhi: The unbelievable catch Martin Crowe took to dismiss Dave Houghton and deny Zimbabwe a famous victory over New Zealand in the 1987 World Cup did not impress a young Baichung Bhutia who challenged at his teacher that he could easily do this and took two stunning catches.

Martin Crowe,   Dave Houghton,   Zimbabwe cricket team,   New Zealand cricket team,   1987 World Cup,   Baichung Bhutia,  
BCCI to announce West Indies tour itinerary on Saturday

BCCI to announce West Indies tour itinerary on Saturday

24 Jul 2014

Mumbai: The BCCI is expected to announce the full itinerary of a scheduled tour by West Indies later this year on July 26. "The Board's Tour Programme and Fixture Committee is to meet in Mumbai on Saturday to finalise the West Indies tour programme," BCCI sources said.

BCCI,   cricket Tour Programme and Fixture Committee,   West Indies tour programme ,  
It was with Perth’s 100 that shaped my cricketing career: Sachin Tendulkar

It was with Perth’s 100 that shaped my cricketing career: Sachin Tendulkar

24 Jul 2014

Mumbai: Going down the memory lane, the master blaster Sachin Tendulkar termed the Perth’s 100 as his best test ton o his career and says it was after that only his career took flight following the knock of 114 on a bouncy WACA track in year 1992.

Cricket,   100 century,   Perth,   cricketing career,   Sachin Tendulkar,   master blaster,  

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