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No decision yet on playing Pakistan: Rajiv Shukla

No decision yet on playing Pakistan: Rajiv Shukla

25 May 2015

Kolkata: Amid speculation over the fate of India-Pakistan cricket series, IPL Chairman Rajiv Shukla on Monday said no final decision has been taken yet as there are certain issues that need to be resolved.

India Pakistan cricket series,   IPL Chairman Rajiv Shukla,   BCCI,   Indian cricket team,   Latest News,  
KFA loan recovery not possible in near-term: United Bank to BSE

KFA loan recovery not possible in near-term: United Bank to BSE

25 May 2015

Mumbai: State-run lender United Bank of India on Monday informed the BSE that it does not expect to recover Rs 400 crore it had lent to the grounded Kingfisher Airlines in the short-run but hoped the recovery could be possible in the long-run.

KFA,   BSE,   United Bank of India,   Kingfisher Airlines,   Vijay Mallya,  
Sourav Ganguly as Team <strong>India</strong> coach, announcement likely on June 6?

Sourav Ganguly as Team India coach, announcement likely on June 6?

25 May 2015

Kolkata: After a closed door meeting at BCCI president Jagmohan Dalmiya's residence, secretary Anurag Thakur on Monday said that national team's support staff including name of the Team Director, will be announced by June 6, a day before team leaves for tour of Bangladesh.

BCCI president,   Jagmohan Dalmiya,   Anurag Thakur,   Indian national team,   Indian Team Director,   India tour of Bangladesh,   Latest News,  
Indian motorsport in doldrums, says Vicky Chandhok

Indian motorsport in doldrums, says Vicky Chandhok

25 May 2015

New Delhi: Former FMSCI chief Vicky Chandhok on Monday severely criticised the governing body's current regime, saying it has done little to promote Indian motorsport that now finds itself in a state of "doldrums".

Vicky Chandhok,   Indian motorsport,   Formula One,   Federation of Motor Sports Club of India,   Indian Grand Prix,   F1,   Latest News ,  
Gunman, seven other soldiers killed in Tunis barracks shooting

Gunman, seven other soldiers killed in Tunis barracks shooting

25 May 2015

Tunis: A Tunisian soldier opened fire on fellow troops at a military barracks in the capital on Monday, killing seven people before he was himself killed, a spokesman for Tunisia's Defence Ministry said.

Tunisia,   Tunis,   Tunisia Defence Ministry,   National Bardo Museum,   Latest India news,  
Heatwave toll crosses 500; hottest day in Delhi

Heatwave toll crosses 500; hottest day in Delhi

25 May 2015

New Delhi: More than 500 people have died at many places in the country due to the blistering heatwave prevailing across the country even as mercury maintained its upward trend setting the season's highest at places, including the national capital.

Heatwave,   Summers,   Hottest day in Delhi,   Andhra Pradesh,   Telangana,   Hottest day in India,   Hottest day,   Latest state news,  
Sri Lanka to discipline officials over <strong>harassment</strong> of <strong>women</strong> cricketers

Sri Lanka to discipline officials over harassment of women cricketers

22 May 2015

Colombo: Sports Minister Navin Dissanayake is to institute disciplinary proceedings against officials who have been faulted in an investigation to probe sexual harassment of members of the Sri Lankan women's cricket team.

Sri Lanka sports,   Sri Lanka Women cricketer,   Sexual Harassment,   Navin Dissanayake,   latest sports news ,  
PM Modi presents one year report card; says 'bure din' for scamsters

PM Modi presents one year report card; says 'bure din' for scamsters

25 May 2015

Nagla Chandrabhan (Mathura): Marking the first anniversary of the NDA government, Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Monday presented a report card for one year which he asserted has been free of corruption and scams but has brought "bure din" (bad days) for those who have "robbed" the country in their 60 years of rule.

PM Modi,   Narendra Modi,   one year report card,   NDA government,   UPA,   Latest India news,   Modi in Mathura,   Narendra Modi speeches,   BJP,  
Lost hope to recover dues from Kingfisher: United Bank of <strong>India</strong>

Lost hope to recover dues from Kingfisher: United Bank of India

25 May 2015

Mumbai: State-owned United Bank of India has become the first of the 17 lenders to publicly admit that it no longer expects to recover its dues from the beleaguered Kingfisher Airlines.

United Bank of India,   Kingfisher Airlines,   KFA,   Vijay Mallya,   Kingfisher dues,  
No more overstaying in Lutyens bungalows: Naidu

No more overstaying in Lutyens bungalows: Naidu

25 May 2015

New Delhi: Scrapping a practice which was prevalent during the UPA tenure, government took a tough stand and said that the Former ministers and Members of Parliament will not be allowed to overstay in capital's Lutyens zones by paying the rent at market rate.

Lutyens Bungalows,   Venkaiah Naidu,   UPA tenure,   Government homes,   Latest India news,   Central Delhi,   Government bungalows ,  

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