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Wary batsmen want better helmets <strong>after</strong> Hughes' tragedy

Wary batsmen want better helmets after Hughes' tragedy

27 Nov 2014

New Delhi: Phil Hughes' tragic death has shocked the cricket world so much that even young Indian first-class players are demanding better equipped helmets in the coming days to minimise the possibility of head injury.

Phil Hughes,   helmets in Cricket ,  
<strong>After</strong> Walsh, women's team coach Hawgood also quits

After Walsh, women's team coach Hawgood also quits

27 Nov 2014

New Delhi: Close on the heels of Terry Walsh’s resignation, another Australian — women’s team coach Neil Hawgood — has also decided to part ways with Indian hockey and has refused to renew his contract that expires at the end of this year.

Terry Walsh,   Indian hockey women’s team,   Neil Hawgood,   Indian hockey,  
Normalcy returns Odisha Assembly <strong>after</strong> six days of pandemonium

Normalcy returns Odisha Assembly after six days of pandemonium

27 Nov 2014

Bhubaneswar: After being stalled for six days, normalcy returned Odisha to Assembly on Thursday as the agitating opposition Congress and BJP members pinned hopes on the Speaker to re-consider their demand for a debate on the multi-crore chitfund scam in the House.

Odisha,   Odisha Assembly,   Congress,   BJP,   Chit Fund Scam,   BJD,   CBI ,  
India's tour game called off <strong>after</strong> Hughes' death

India's tour game called off after Hughes' death

27 Nov 2014

Adelaide: The Indian cricket team's second warm-up game against Cricket Australia XI here has been called off following the tragic death of Phillip Hughes.

Phillip Hughes,   India,   Australia,   CA XI,   Brisbane Test Series,  
Modi, Sharif shake hands <strong>after</strong> cold vibes at SAARC summit

Modi, Sharif shake hands after cold vibes at SAARC summit

27 Nov 2014

Kathmandu: A warm handshake and a brief conversation between a smiling Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi and his Pakistani counterpart Nawaz Sharif replacing their cold vibes brought cheer to SAARC Summit which concluded on Thursday.

Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi,   SAARC Summit,   Syed Akbaruddin,   Bahadur Pandey,   Sushil Koirala,   Nepal,  
Australian batsman Phillip Hughes dies at 25, <strong>after</strong> being hit by bouncer

Australian batsman Phillip Hughes dies at 25, after being hit by bouncer

27 Nov 2014

SYDNEY: Australian cricketer Phillip Hughes died in hospital in Sydney on Thursday, two days after the international batsman was struck on the head by a ball during a domestic match.

Australian batsman,   Phil Hughes,   phil passes away,   cricket,   sports,   cricket match,   injured batsman,  
Karan Johar clarifies why Akshay Kumar's 'Brothers' got preponed

Karan Johar clarifies why Akshay Kumar's 'Brothers' got preponed

21 Nov 2014

Mumbai: Actor Akshay Kumar starrer 'Brothers' which was intially set to release on Gandhi Jayanti next year has now been preponed to July 31.

Karan Johar,   Akshay Kumar,   Brothers,   Sidharth Malhotra,   Jacqueline Fernandez,   Jackie Shroff,   Singh Is Bling,   Twinkle Khanna,  
Delhi Dreams face 'tricky' Pune Marathas in CTL final

Delhi Dreams face 'tricky' Pune Marathas in CTL final

25 Nov 2014

New Delhi: A consistent Delhi Dreams face a very tricky opponent in Pune Marathas as the two teams clash for the inaugural Champions Tennis League (CTL) title at R K Khanna Tennis Stadium, here on Wednesday.

Delhi Dreams,   Pune Marathas,   Champions Tennis League,   CTL,   R K Khanna Tennis Stadium,  
DMRC incurs loss of over Rs 90 crore in past 10 years

DMRC incurs loss of over Rs 90 crore in past 10 years

26 Nov 2014

New Delhi: Delhi Metro Rail Corporation has earned a total revenue of Rs 9,905.62 crore from 2004-05 to 2013-14, but incurred a loss of over Rs 90 crore in the same ten year-period.

DMRC,   Delhi Metro Rail Corporation,   Babul Supriyo,   DMRC's Budget,   Profit Before Tax (PBT),   Japan International Cooperation Agency (JICA),   Profit After Tax (PAT),   ,  
Microsoft pays Chinese taxes <strong>after</strong> cryptic media report

Microsoft pays Chinese taxes after cryptic media report

26 Nov 2014

Beijing: Software giant Microsoft said that it pays Chinese taxes "consistent" with a China-US bilateral agreement, following a cryptic media report that a foreign company with similarities to it agreed to settle a multi-million dollar bill for back taxes.

Software,   Microsoft,   Chinese taxes,   US bilateral agreement,   Cyptic media,   Foreign company,   Taxes,  

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