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IPL PHOTOS: Sunrisers Hyderabad hand Gujarat Lions a third straight defeat
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IMAGE: Ravindra Jadeja of Gujarat Lions congratulates Shikhar Dhawan of Sunrisers Hyderabad on his team's victory. Photograph: BCCI. Shikhar Dhawan struck an unbeaten 47 after a clinical display by his bowling team-mates as Sunrisers Hyderabad beat Gujarat Lions by five wickets in their IPL match. - Scorecard Chasing 127 for a win, opener Dhawan dropped anchor as he carried his bat through the innings as the Sunrisers chased down the target with six balls to spare at ... Rediff.com, 3 weeks ago

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Kristen Stewart to make directorial debut

The latest Hollywood updates. IMAGE: Kristen Stewart. Photograph: Larry Busacca/Getty Images Kristen Stewart is all set to make her directorial debut with a short film about the power of women. The Twilight star will team up with Refinery29 for their ShatterBox Anthology, to direct Water, according to the Hollywood Reporter. The project will have short films from 12 female directors, writers and animators that explore the dynamics of power. The first project ...
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8 ways to beat the summer heat

With scorcher days ahead, you must be looking for ways to avoid the heat. Here are few! During school, summer was probably the most-awaited season, since it coincided with the start of the long vacation. Whole days spent playing with friends; school uniforms and textbooks swapped for the television and comics; ice creams and ice lollies no longer forbidden by indulgent parents; trips to visit the grandparents or a jaunt to a hill station -- what was not to love about summer? Nostalgia probably ...
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Delhi, Cuttack ready to host IPL matches shifted out of Maharashtra

IMAGE: The Feroz Shah Kotla stadium in Delhi. Photograph: BCCI. The Delhi and District Cricket Association has offered to host the two IPL play-off games scheduled in Pune after the Bombay High Court ordered for their shifting from Maharashtra owing to the water crisis in the state.  The Bombay High Court has directed the BCCI to shift all IPL matches after April 30 -- adding up to 13 -- out of the drought-hit Maharashtra. DDCA vice-president CK Khanna ...
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India Open: Saina, Sindhu win but men's challenge ends

IMAGE: India's Saina Nehwal in action against Tanvi Lad in the Indian Open Super Series. Photograph: PTI. Defending champion Saina Nehwal entered the pre-quarterfinals but it turned out to be a disastrous day for the men with all of them, including reigning champion K Srikanth, failing to cross the opening hurdle at the Yonex-Sunrise India Open Super Series badminton. World No. 10 Srikanth, who had defeated Tian Houwei during the Badminton Asia Team Championships in ...
 Rediff.com1 month ago All England Championships: Saina's exit draws curtains to India's campaign  Rediff.com2 months ago
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'Kohli reads the situation well and backs his skills'

IMAGE: India's Virat Kohli attends a practice session. Photograph: Danish Siddiqui/Reuters. Pakistan batsman Shoaib Malik has praised India vice-captain Virat Kohli for his quality of batsmanship. "He (Kohli) backs his skills and that's his key. He reads the situation well. He knows how to play on any difficult or flat track. That's why he's very consistent. "You're the best coach of yourself. If you talk to yourself you will have all the answers. As a batting unit we ...
 Rediff.com2 months ago 'Indian batting is very strong and capable of chasing big totals down'  Rediff.com2 months ago
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6 Indian-Americans among Intel Science Talent Search winners

Six Indian American innovators have clinched the top spots in the Intel Science Talent Search contest held in Washington this year. Image: The 40 finalists of the Intel Science Talent Search 2015-16. Photograph: Kind courtesy student.societyforscience.org Six Indian-American students have grabbed top positions, including two winning spots in two separate categories, in a USD 1 million Intel Science Talent Search contest, a prestigious US competition for young ...
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Meet the teacher who won a million dollar prize

Palestinian primary school teacher Hanan Al Hroub won the USD one million Global Teacher Prize. Palestinian primary school teacher Hanan Al Hroub believes that all the ten teachers have the power to change the world. Photograph: Kind Courtesy Hanan Al Hroub/Twitter A primary school teacher from a refugee camp in conflict-torn Palestine has won USD one million Global Teacher Prize for educating her students about non-violence, beating nine other finalists from around ...
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All England Badminton Championships: Lin Dan wins sixth title

IMAGE: China's Lin Dan poses with the trophy after winning the men's singles final at the All England Open. Photograph: Andrew Boyers Livepic/Action Images via Reuters Lin Dan earned his sixth All England badminton title when he routed Chinese teammate Tian Houwei 21-9, 21-10 in the final. The final lacked any tension, as Lin bolted to 4-0, enjoyed the same margin at the changeover and pulled away. There were no yells of joy or frustration, just a couple of fist ...
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Dhoni hits back at his critics in style

'Cricket looks a bit easier on television than when we play it at the ground'  'Freedom of Expression' in India is used liberally by people when it comes to having an opinion on cricket  IMAGE: India's Mahendra Singh Dhoni. Photograph: Solaris Images. Exactly eight months after his cricketing epitaph was written by all following a series loss to Bangladesh, Mahendra Singh Dhoni took a jibe at his detractors saying that 'Freedom of ...
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