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7-yr-old maid kept locked in bathroom for 12 hrs every day

By:Bharath A Patel The girl told police that she was given no food and that she drank tap water to quell her hunger pangs. Police have registered a case against her 'employer' She is seven years old and should have been attending school, worrying ... Bangalore Mirror, 1 month ago

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Mid Day, 1 week ago
Hindustan Times

Class of 2011 not making the big chance count

This time, the inter-state one-day tournament for the Vijay Hazare Trophy had added significance. Players had extra motivation as it was a platform to stake claim for a World Cup berth. It concluded on Tuesday with the final at Ahmedabad, and with ...
 Hindustan Times13 hours ago
Mid Day

World Cup 2015: 20,000 Indians to travel for Indo-Pak clash

Prev Next By PTI | Posted 11-Nov-2014 New Delhi: The South Australian government is expecting around 20,000 Indian travellers for the marquee clash of the 2015 World Cup between fierce rivals India and Pakistan scheduled at the revamped ...
 Mid Day2 weeks ago
New Indian Express

XI-Men Days of the Past

Almost four years. Phew! It's been long and not a great time, personally, considering the way my international career has gone. But as you said, a World Cup win is a World Cup win. You can't compare it with anything else and even though I haven't ...
 New Indian Express3 weeks ago

This Indian World Cup squad has the best chance of retaining the title

When Team India won the most coveted ICC trophy in 2011, for the second time in its history, this time under the captaincy of Mahendra Singh Dhoni, it was full of players who had a reputation of being match-winners. From Virender Sehwag to Gautam ...
 ZeeNews.com3 weeks ago

Joe Dawes sacked as India look for local talent

India bowling coach Joe Dawes, who was hired in 2012 after India had lost eight successive Tests, is no longer part of the Indian set up; a move that was expedited following a crushing 3-1 defeat in England this year. The 44-year-old Australian ...
 Yahoo! Maktoob News3 weeks ago

State Bank of Hyderabad enter semis

MUMBAI: With another classy performance at the league stage of the All India PSU Cricket Tournament conducted by RCF, State Bank of Hyderabad (SBH) beat Reserve Bank of India (RBI) by 25 runs to move to the semifinals. In the other Cup Division ...
 Afternoon Despatch & Courier4 weeks ago
JPMA

Psychological problems among women with infertility problem: A comparative study

Abstract Objective: To explore the difference between anxiety and depression among infertile and fertile women. Methods: The study was conducted in 2009 and comprised fertile and infertile women. The sample of infertile women was drawn from ...
 JPMA4 weeks ago

Can Zaheer Khan follow Javagal Srinath's …

Can Zaheer Khan one final comeback to ODI cricket? "I try to hit a batsman in the rib cage when I bowl a purposeful bouncer, and I want it to hurt so much that the batsman doesn't want to face me anymore," wrote Aussie great Dennis Lillee in his ...
 Yahoo! India1 month ago

Modi Rule: an Opportunity for Muslims

Indian adherents of Islam have much to gain by behaving more like citizens of a secular republic and less like people with a separate identity Web Exclusive The month of September saw three developments that in some way stirred debate on ...
 Open1 month ago
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