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All England badminton: Saina eases into quarter-finals
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All England badminton: Saina eases into quarter-finals

Third seed Saina Nehwal eased into the women's singles quarter-finals at the All England Championships with a convincing win over South Koreanqualifier Kim Hyo Min at Barclaycard Arena in Birmingham. World No.3 Saina, who breezed past Indonesia's Bellaetrix Manuputty in the opening round yesterday, beat 48th-ranked Kim 21-15, 21-15 in their first ever meeting. Saina next faces her nemesis Wang Yihan of China, who enjoys a 8-1 head-to-head lead over the ... Rediff.com, 3 hours ago

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PHOTOS: Warner, Maxwell star as Australia thump Afghanistan

Shahpur Zadran of Afghanistan shakes hands with Mitchell Marsh of Australia after their World Cup match in Perth. Photograph: Paul Kane/Getty Images Australia thrashed Afghanistan by 275 runs in their Pool A match of the ICC World Cup at the WACA in Perth. - Scorecard Batting first, David Warner made mincemeat of an inexperienced Afghanistan bowling attack with a magnificent 178 as Australia piled up a tournament record 417 for six. The hosts surpassed India's 413 ...
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'India have good variety and all-round strength, should do well'

India's Mohit Sharma celebrates with teammates the fall of a wicket. Photograph: BCCI Praising the Indian team, Former West Indies captain and chairman of selectors Clive Lloyd has said that the Mahendra Singh Dhoni-led side has "all-round strength" with players like in-form Shikhar Dhawan and the ever-consistent Virat Kohli.  Lloyd, who led a strong Caribbean outfit with one of the best-ever fast bowling attacks in the history of the game, is impressed with ...
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English pair Poulter and Casey share lead at Honda Classic

After Saturday's play was wiped out by rain there was no chance of completing the fourth round on Sunday and players will return on Monday for the conclusion. Poulter's third-round 66 propelled him into the 54-hole lead, with a three-stroke ...
 Jagran Post3 days ago

SAARC literature festival begins in city of Taj

Over 150 poets, writers, scholars and artists are participating in the deliberations to be conducted over four days in this city of Taj Mahal at the hotel Grand. Speaking at the inaugural session, veteran journalist Om Thanvi pointed out though ...
 Jagran Post2 weeks ago
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Bollywood hails Aam Aadmi Party's landslide win in Delhi

Bollywood celebrities congratulated the Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) for its historic victory in the Delhi assembly elections and hoped that they would measure up to the expectations of the public.   The Arvind Kejriwal-led party may secure 66 of the 70 seats in Delhi.   Music composer Vishal Dadlani, a supporter of AAP, who left for Delhi to celebrate the party's win, said he would thank everyone for supporting them.   'Jai Hind! Boarding my flight for ...
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'India can't bowl teams out for 250, batsmen have to score big'

Mahendra Singh Dhoni during a training session. Photograph: Getty Images Former Australian pacer Damien Fleming always had India in his final four of the World Cup until they carried their winless run of the Test series intothe recent tri-series Down Under. Australia piled on further misery on the Indians by hammering them in a World Cup warm-up game at Adelaide. "Australia, New Zealand, South Africa should go on to make the semis. I had India in the top-four until the ...
 Rediff.com3 weeks ago 'In this tournament not all the 15 guys in our squad were fit'  Rediff.com1 month ago
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Gandhi an inspiration for us too: US says after Obama slams 'intolerance'

Mahatma Gandhi’s legacy is an inspiration in dealing with intolerance in the United States and around the world, the White House said on Friday, a day after US President Barack Obama stated that acts of intolerance experienced by religious faiths in India in the past few years would have shocked the peace icon. “Mahatma Gandhi’s legacy is one we look to for inspiration in dealing with intolerance in the United States and around the world,” Mark Stroh, a spokesman for the ...
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The 7 am-11 pm plan to lose weight

Here is what you can do every hour to stay healthy and lose weight Losing weight isn't about doing one good thing like walking in the morning or eating cereals for breakfast -- it's made up of a hundred healthy choices that you make all day long, every day. Photograph: Jannino :p/Creative Commons Let this statement not intimidate you; instead take it up as a challenge. The idea is to repeat making healthy choices so often that it becomes a habit. To help you get more control of ...
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Bill to amend EPF Act likely in Budget session

The government is in the process of finalising changes to the Employees Provident Fund & Miscellaneous Provisions Act 1952, said EPFO's Additional Central Provident Fund Commissioner Rajesh Bansal during a seminar here. The bill could be introduced ...
 Jagran Post4 weeks ago
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