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England eves humble <strong>India</strong> by 42 runs in 1st ODI

England eves humble India by 42 runs in 1st ODI

22 Aug 2014

Scarborough (England): Fine fifties from skipper Charlotte Edwards and Heather Knight helped England women outplay their Indian counterparts by 42 runs via Duckworth-Lewis method in the first rain-hit one-dayer on Thursday.

Women cricket,   India women cricket,   England cricket,   ODI cricket,  
Dharamsala, Mandi to have all-<strong>women</strong> police stations

Dharamsala, Mandi to have all-women police stations

22 Aug 2014

Shimla: The Himachal Pradesh government on Friday decided to set up all-women police stations in Dharamsala and Mandi towns also to curb crimes against women, an official said.

Women police station,   Mandi,   Dharamsala,   women security,   Virbhadra Singh,  
Hockey <strong>India</strong>-SAI in collision course after cancellation of women's camp

Hockey India-SAI in collision course after cancellation of women's camp

21 Aug 2014

New Delhi: A war of words have broken out between Hockey India and Sports Authority of India regarding the cancellation of junior women hockey team's national camp with the SAI accusing HI of overshooting the allocated budget.

Hockey India,   Sports Authority of India,   HI,   SAI,   Women hockey team,   Hockey camp,   Hockey budget,  
Hair care: Get rid of those split ends

Hair care: Get rid of those split ends

22 Aug 2014

Delhi: Everyone yearns for healthy and beautiful hair. But not a lot of us care for our hair in the appropriate way. Split ends is a problem commonly faced by people with dry or very brittle hair.

Split ends,   hair,   hair care,   preventing tips,   folic acid,   women hair,  
Boxing <strong>India</strong> to form commission to address Gujarat's suspension

Boxing India to form commission to address Gujarat's suspension

22 Aug 2014

New Delhi: Calling the suspended Gujarat State Amateur Boxing Association uncooperative, Boxing India (BI) on Friday said it would form a Dispute Commission to address the issues related to GSABA after the crucial September 11 elections.

Boxing India,   BI,   GSABA,   Gujarat,   AIBA ,   ID Nanavati,   boxing organisation,  
<strong>India</strong>, England square off in women's World Cup qualifiers

India, England square off in women's World Cup qualifiers

20 Aug 2014

London: The Indian women's cricket team will take on England here in the opening round of the inaugural ICC Championships from Thursday, a top-four finish in which will give the side a place in the 2017 World Cup.

Team India,   India women cricket team,   Women cricket,   Women cricket world cup,   2017 cricket world cup,   India vs England,   India vs England ODI,   International cricket council,   ICC,  
Sardar Singh takes up Ice Bucket Challenge, nominates Sachin

Sardar Singh takes up Ice Bucket Challenge, nominates Sachin

22 Aug 2014

New Delhi: India hockey captain Sardar Singh is the latest to complete the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge and nominated batting legend Sachin Tendulkar, Bollywood actor John Abraham and former Netherlands skipper Teun de Nooijer to take up the dare.

India hockey captain,   Sardar Singh,   ALS Ice Bucket Challenge,   Sachin Tendulkar,   John Abraham,   Teun de Nooijer,  
Family, activists condemn Irom Sharmila's re-arrest

Family, activists condemn Irom Sharmila's re-arrest

22 Aug 2014

Kolkata: Condemning the re-arrest of Irom Chanu Sharmila, her family and various civil rights groups in Manipur on Friday termed the move as ‘illegal’ as a local court had earlier absolved her of the charge of trying to commit suicide by means of fasting.

Irom Chanu Sharmila,   Manipur,   Manipur Women Gun Survivors Network founder,   Binalakshmi Nepram,   Armed Forces Special Powers Act,   ,  
Canadian gaming start-up to launch <strong>India</strong> operations

Canadian gaming start-up to launch India operations

22 Aug 2014

Mumbai: Play It Interactive, a Canada-based mobile gaming start-up, will invest USD 1.1 million (Rs.6.6 crore) to drive its business and product development in India."This round of financing will allow Play It Interactive to build on opportunities in India and surrounding countries," said Cory Cleveland, president and co-founder of Play It Interactive.

Game,   Canadian gaming,   launch,   mobile gaming,   Indian market,  
Jaitley draws flak over describing Nirbhaya gang-rape case a ‘small incident’

Jaitley draws flak over describing Nirbhaya gang-rape case a ‘small incident’

22 Aug 2014

New Delhi: Union Minister Arun Jaitley is facing wide scale criticism from all corners over his controversial comments on Thursday in which he described the gruesome December 16 gang-rape as a ‘small incident’.

Arun Jaitley,   Nirbhaya gang-rape,   December 16 gang-rape incident,   small incident,   tourism sector,   National Commission of Women,   NCW,   Congress,  

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