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I strive towards bowling six yorkers in six balls like Malinga, says Anureet

I strive towards bowling six yorkers in six balls like Malinga...

Kings XI Punjab seamer Anureet Singh says he has been practising to bowl slower deliveries more consistently during the ongoing Indian Premier League (IPL), which has helped him pick up crucial wickets. The post I strive towards bowling six yorkers in six ... First, 29 minutes ago

Muslims should educate kids: Singh

Jaipur, May 3 (PTI) Union Minister of State for Foreign Affairs V K Singh today paid obeisance at the concluding event of the 803 Urs at Ajmer Dargah of Khawja Moinudeen Chisti and said that Muslims should pay special attention to the education of ...
 Press Trust of India3 minutes ago

Anushka, Farhan Meet the Mehras For 'Sunday Brunch'

The team of Dil Dhadakne Do assembled for a special 'Sunday brunch' on May 3. Actors Ranveer Singh, Priyanka Chopra, Anushka Sharma, Shefali Shah, Farhan Akhtar, Anil Kapoor and Rahul Bose pose for a
 NDTV7 minutes ago Ranveer and Priyanka stand tall.. err.. short with NBA player Sim Bhullar!  Daily Bhaskar9 hours ago Ranveer Singh and Priyanka Chopra meets NBA baller Sim Bhullar  India Blooms21 hours ago Ranveer versus Bhullar - Bollywood meets NBA  DNA1 day ago
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IPL 8: Bowling variations have benefited me, says KXIP pacer Anureet Singh

Anureet has picked up 11 wickets from nine matches so far in the tournament and has been one of the pillars of his team's bowling line-up. "I have been working on becoming more consistent. Like Lasith Malinga can bowl all six balls yorkers, I also strive ...
 IBN Live1 hour ago
Times of India

Return to Kashmir constitutional right of Pandits: Singh

Jammu, May 3 (PTI) Minister of State in the PMO Jitendra Singh today said the return of Kashmiri Pandits is not only their birthright but also their constitutional right and the NDA-led Centre was working to bring them back. "The return of Kashmiri ...
 Press Trust of India2 hours ago Return of Kashmiri Pandits is their 'constitutional right': Jitendra Singh  Ani News6 hours ago Executing NDA's 'unfinished' task, says Jitendra Singh on Pandits' issue  Ani News6 hours ago Jitendra Singh condemns waving of Pakistani flags at Geelani's rally  NewsR.in1 day ago

MOLEST-2NDLD BADAL - Moga incident: Chief Minister Badal meets family

Contributed by NAMPA / PTI. Moga, May 3 (PTI) Punjab Chief Minister Parkash Singh Badal today met the father and other family members of the teenage girl, whose death after being thrown out of a bus has sparked a major political row, and assured ...
 Namibia Press Agency7 minutes ago Punjab Chief Minister Parkash Singh Badal terms Moga incident as intolerable, painful  Economic Times5 hours ago 'Moga incident has broken Punjab's heart': Manpreet Singh Badal  Ani News9 hours ago Molestation fallout: Orbit buses pulled from streets of Punjab  Deccan Herald21 hours ago

Fake degree row: Kejriwal defends Tomar, says satisfied with Law Minister's response

Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal on Sunday defended his Law Minister Jitender Singh Tomar, accused of faking his law degree, and called for a "public trial" of the media. If Tomar had done any wrong, Kejriwal said he would have surely asked him to step ...
 Zee News2 hours ago Kejriwal defends Tomar, seeks trial of media  Prokerala3 hours ago BJP to meet Jung, demand Law Minister's ouster  The Sunday Guardian22 hours ago Tomar writes to CM over degree row, says charges 'baseless'  Rediff.com3 days ago

IPL: Mumbai stay in hunt for play-offs, loss ends Punjab's hopes

Vinay Kumar, Harbhajan Singh, Lasith Malinga and Rohit Sharma of the Mumbai Indians celebrate the wicket of Glenn Maxwell of the Kings XI Punjab during their Indian Premier League match in Mohali. Photograph: BCCI Mumbai Indians defeated Kings XI Punjab by 23 runs in the Indian Premier League match in Mohali. - Scorecard After scoring a healthy 172 for three in 20 overs, Mumbai restricted an out-of-sorts Punjab for 149 for seven in their home ground. It was ...
 Rediff.com2 hours ago PTI - SPORT-IPL-LD MI - MI stay in hunt for play-offs beating KXIP by 23 runs  Namibia Press Agency2 hours ago Mumbai Indians beat Kings XI Punjab by 23 runs  Press Trust of India2 hours ago Mumbai Indians look to keep winning momentum against Kings XI  Rediff.com9 hours ago

'Model Village' dedicated to martyrs

strict was today dedicated to the martyrs of army and paramilitary forces by Union Minister Jitendra Singh. Singh dedicated 'model village' Sangwali in Hiranagar Assembly Constituency to the martyrs from army and paramilitary forces. During a visit to the ...
 Business Standard1 hour ago 'Model Village' dedicated to martyrs in J&K  Zee News21 minutes ago PTI - KASHMIR-VILLAGE - 'Model Village' dedicated to martyrs  Namibia Press Agency1 hour ago 'Model Village' in J&K Dedicated to Martyrs  Outlook1 hour ago
IBN Live

Royal Wahingdoh FC defeat Salgaocar SC 4-2 in I-League match

Seityasen Singh opened with an early goal in the 11th minute and then added two more goals in the second half as Royal Wahingdoh FC beat the Goans. Shillong: Seityasen Singh scored a hat-trick as Royal Wahingdoh FC edged past visiting Salgaocar SC 4-2 to ...
 IBN Live51 minutes ago PTI - SPORT-ILEAGUE-SALGAOCAR - Royal Wahingdoh FC defeat Salgaocar SC 42 in I-League match  Namibia Press Agency1 hour ago
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