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Wuhan Open: Kvitova stuns World No 1 Kerber

Wuhan Open: Kvitova stuns World No 1 Kerber

IMAGE: Petra Kvitova of Czech reacts during the match against Angelique Kerber of Germany. Photograph:  Wang He/Getty Images. Angelique Kerber suffered her first defeat as world number one when Petra Kvitova beat her 6-7(10), 7-5, 6-4 in a marathon third- round match at the Wuhan Open in China on Wednesday. German top seed Kerber saved three set points before a forehand error from Czech Kvitova handed the US Open champion a tense first-set tiebreak. But Kvitova, showing the battling ..., 10 minutes ago
Kerber Comeback Sinks Mladenovic Kayhan International, 21 hours ago

J&K has suffered due to Indus Water Treaty: Mehbooba

Jammu and Kashmir has suffered losses due to the Indus Water Treaty with Pakistan and should be compensated by the Centre, Chief Minister Mehbooba Mufti said on Wednesday, two days after India decided to ‘exploit to the maximum’ the water of Pak-controlled rivers. “Today, many things are being talked about. There is a talk of IWT... We are facing losses on account of IWT. We should get compensation and we cannot ask Pakistan for that but our own country. Whatever we get, be ...
 Rediff.com11 minutes ago World Bank 'commits' to fulfil obligations under Indus Waters Treaty  Rediff.com5 hours ago

Here's why Rooney may not start against Zorya

IMAGE: Wayne Rooney of Manchester United stretches during the warm up. Photograph: Laurence Griffiths/Getty Images. Wayne Rooney may not start Manchester United's Europa League match against Ukrainian side Zorya Luhansk for his own protection as he is struggling with a back injury, manager Jose Mourinho said on Wednesday. Mourinho dropped his captain to the bench for Saturday's Premier League game against Leicester City following a series of lacklustre performances and United beat the ...
 Rediff.com19 minutes ago

Djokovic pulls out of China Open

IMAGE: Novak Djokovic reacts. Photograph: Al Bello/Getty Images . World number one Novak Djokovic has been forced to withdraw from next week's China Open in Beijing because of an elbow injury. Serb Djokovic, a six-times winner of the tournament who has a 29-0 win-loss record in Beijing, last played in his US Open final loss to Stanislas Wawrinka this month. "I am extremely disappointed not to be able to compete at the China Open this year. I'm still recovering from my elbow injury and have ...
 Rediff.com23 minutes ago

Iran fires mortar shells into Pak's Balochistan

Iran border guards today fired three mortar shells into Pakistan's restive Balochistan province, triggering panic among the local population."Mortar shells fired by Iranian border guards landed in the district of Panjgoor," a provincial government official said.Two of the shells landed near Frontier Corps check-post, while the third landed at Killi Karim Dad, the Dawn quoted the official as saying. No property or human loss was reported in the shelling. Locals panicked as a result of ...
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Former Israeli President Shimon Peres dies at 93

Shimon Peres, former Israeli President who won a Nobel Prize for attempting to end the century-old conflict with Palestine, died on Wednesday, two weeks after suffering a massive stroke. Peres, 93, who twice served as prime minister of Israel and later as the country's ninth President, suffered severe organ failure on Tuesday as well as irreversible brain damage caused by the massive hemorrhagic stroke he sustained on September 13. He died in his sleep at around 3 am. His defining achievement ...
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Indian IT industry finds no mention in first US presidential debate

China and Mexico seem to be the target of Donald Trump's campaign and his response to get jobs back to America The $146 billion Indian IT services industry could well heave a sigh of relief as the first presidential debate between Republican candidate Donald Trump and Democratic candidate Hillary Clinton did not have any mention of job losses due to the IT services industry or the H1-b visa issue. Rather, China and Mexico seem to be the target of Trump's campaign and his response to get jobs ...
 Rediff.com52 minutes ago Presidential debate: Trump-Clinton showdown breaks TV record  Rediff.com3 hours ago Was holding back, didn't want to embarrass Clinton, says Trump post debate  Rediff.com8 hours ago Trump v Clinton the aftermath: Internet wins, America loses  The New Daily21 hours ago

Govt preparing forces in Kashmir for 'harsh winter' ahead

Apprehending protracted unrest in Kashmir Valley, the Centre has started preparation for providing winter logistics to central paramilitary forces deployed in Jammu and Kashmir.The home ministry has already approached the Army and supplying agencies to provide winter boots, socks, jackets, snow gloves and other warm clothing which would be required by around 70,000 paramilitary forces deployed in the state. A top Home Ministry official is personally monitoring the procurement process and ...
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Blackberry to stop designing its own phones

Canadian handset maker Blackberry has announced it will stop designing its smartphones in-house and instead focus on software and security products. Once an iconic business phone, BlackBerry lost out to Google's Android and Apple's iOS-based smartphones. The move is expected to help the company reduce its capital burn. "The company plans to end all internal hardware development and will outsource that function to partners. This allows us to reduce capital requirements and enhance ...
 Rediff.com59 minutes ago

SC gives Bihar govt a lashing over Shahabuddin's bail

The Supreme Court on Wednesday came down heavily on Bihar government for not placing facts before the Patna High Court which granted bail to controversial Rashtriya Janata Dal leader Mohd Shahabuddin in a murder case. The counsel for Nitish Kumar government, which has RJD as its coalition partner in the state, faced searching questions in the apex court which rebuked it for not being serious in pursuing the case against Shahabuddin. "Why have you approached the court only after his release? ...
 Rediff.com1 hour ago
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