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Confident India hoping to continue winning run against West Indies
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Confident India hoping to continue winning run against West In...

On paper as well as on current form, West Indies are no match for defending champions India, who have registered convincing victories against Pakistan, South Africa and UAE in their first three matches of the ICC World Cup. India's players celebrate a wicket during the ICC World Cup match against United Arab Emirates. Photograph: Paul Kane/Getty Images On a roll with a hat-trick of victories under their belt, a rampaging India will look to continue their winning run against an inconsistent but ... Rediff.com, 15 hours ago
WI quicks key to stopping Indian juggernaut ESPN Cricinfo, 15 hours ago

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German Cup: Bayern advance, third-tier Bielefeld stun Werder

Bayern Munich's Mario Goetze celebrates his goal against Eintracht Braunschweig in their German Cup match in Munich on Wednesday. Photograph: Michael Dalder/Reuters Holders Bayern Munich struck either side of the break to beat second division Eintracht Braunschweig 2-0 on Wednesday and advance to the German Cup quarter-finals. A dazzling free kick by David Alaba on the stroke of halftime and Mario Goetze's solo effort in the 57th minute were enough for Bayern, who were in control but never ...
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Court upholds Zia arrest warrant

A court in Dhaka today upheld the arrest warrant issued against Bangladesh Nationalist Party chairperson Khaleda Zia and called her a "fugitive" after the former Prime Minister again failed to appear for the trial in two graft cases which could see her jailed ...
 The Telegraph1 day ago Bangla court upholds arrest warrant against Zia in graft cases  Business Standard1 day ago Bangladesh court upholds arrest warrants against opposition leader Khaleda Zia  Zee News1 day ago
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Metro-III will benefit suburbs, not SoBo, says BJP MLA

BJP MLA from Colaba Raj Purohit has once again raised the red flag against the Metro-III project. This time he has made it an island city versus suburban residents issue
 Times of India1 day ago
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Strong action against those disturbing communal harmony: Govt

Strong action will be taken against those who disturb communal harmony, government asserted in Rajya Sabha today while stating that such incidents had "shown a decreasing trend" during the last few months of last year but increased again in January ...
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Abhinav Mukund to lead Tamil Nadu in Ranji final against Karnataka

Having successfully led the Tamil Nadu into the Ranji finals, Abhinav Mukund is once again set to captain the side in the title clash against holders Karnataka starting Sunday, here.
 Zee News2 days ago Tamil Nadu to lock horns with Karnataka in Ranji Trophy final  Rediff.com4 days ago Tamil Nadu set up clash against Karnataka in Ranji Trophy final  Jagran Post4 days ago

Was very upset when Afzal Guru was hanged: Mani Shankar Aiyar misfires

Congress's Mani Shankar Aiyar has once again stirred controversy after stating that he was against the hanging of Afzal Guru. The Congress leader said, "I was very upset when he was hanged, as there wasn't any conclusive evidence," adding that he felt that a great injustice had taken place. Aiyar added that despite the government stating that his remains would not be returned, he was in favour of giving the family closure and handing over the ...
 Rediff.com2 days ago Aiyar questions Afzal's hanging  Deccan Herald2 days ago
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Netanyahu slams Obama on his turf; warns against paving Iran's path to the bomb

Likening Iran to the Islamic State, Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu has asked the United States Congress to take a harder line against Tehran to prevent it from acquiring nuclear weapons and stop its march of conquest, subjugation and terror. Image: Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu speaks about Iran during a joint meeting of the United States Congress in the House chamber at the US Capitol. Photograph: Alex Wong/Getty Images Netanyahu warned that if the US-Iran nuclear deal ...
 Rediff.com2 days ago Netanyahu visit to test US-Israel ties  Asian Age3 days ago

PMK Stages Protest Over Land Bill Across TN

Strained relations between NDA and PMK came to the fore once again as PMK today staged a protest across Tamil Nadu against the land acquisition bill brought by the Centre stating it would snatch the rights of farmers.
 Outlook2 days ago
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4 more witnesses to be examined in Arms Act case against Salman Khan

Partly allowing the prosecution's plea in the case against actor Salman Khan under the Arms Act, a local court on Tuesday ordered examination of four more witnesses attached with the Forensic Science Laboratory on March 10. Chief Judicial Magistrate of Jodhpur Anupama Bijlani has given the prosecution the last chance of produce all these witnesses and reports on March 10. “If the prosecution fails to produce them on that day, the witness (examination) would be closed and the matter would ...
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