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Jaisha breaks national mark, qualifies for Beijing WC
Manorama Online

Jaisha breaks national mark, qualifies for Beijing WC

Mumbai: Indian runner O P Jaisha, an Asian Games medallist in 1,500m and 5,000m events, made a memorable marathon debut here on Sunday by breaking the 19-year-old national mark of Vally Satyabhama to qualify for the World Championships ... Manorama Online, 1 week ago
Record-breaking Jaisha qualifies for Beijing WC The Freepress Journal, 1 week ago
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Afternoon Despatch & Courier

Indian eves impress and book Beijing ticket

MUMBAI: OP Jaisha, Lalita Babar and Sudha Singh achieved something which very few female marathon runners from India have achieved. Firstly, they showed a sharp improvement in their timings with Jaisha and Sudha ending up eighth and ninth ...
 Afternoon Despatch & Courier1 week ago Ram Singh is back and raring to go  Times of India1 week ago Indians eye Beijing worlds through Mumbai Marathon  Mid Day1 week ago Stage set for Ram Singh and Karan Singh show  DNA India1 week ago
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NDTV

Mumbai Marathon is pre-qualification event for World Championship

Standard Chartered Mumbai Marathon would be the pre-qualification event for the World Championships in August in Beijing, said Athletics Federation of India president Adille Sumariwallain Mumbai."Mumbai Marathon would be the pre qualification event ...
 DNA India1 week ago Mumbai Marathon: Residents Run For Charity. Dia Mirza, Anil Ambani Among Participants  NDTV1 week ago 2015 edition of Mumbai Marathon begins with 40,485 participants  IBNLive India News1 week ago Standard Chartered Marathon 2015: See film stars and industrialists burning their calories  Daily Bhaskar1 week ago
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Oneindia

Bengaluru most livable city in India, followed by Mumbai and Chennai: Survey

Along with Beijing, Delhi has the worst score for air quality not just in Asia but globally, it said. Singapore is the most livable location in Asia and the world, followed by Sydney and Adelaide in Australia. "Good air quality, solid infrastructure, decent ...
 Economic Times5 days ago Values, shmalues, at least it's a great city to live in  Bangalore Mirror5 days ago Delhi offers affordable airport transportation in India: Survey  Jagran Post1 month ago
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Reuters

Xiaomi's India smartphone ban exposes wider patent risk

MUMBAI/BEIJING (Reuters) - The court order that banned Chinese mobile maker Xiaomi from selling its phones in India has halted its breakneck expansion into the world's fastest growing major smartphone market and could be just the start of a string of patent ...
 Reuters1 month ago How Xiaomi plans to take over India's smartphone market in 2015  Quartz1 week ago
Techcircle.in

Chinese handset maker Xiaomi launches flagship smartphone Mi 4 for Rs 19,999 in India

Within days of unveiling two new flagship phablets called Mi Note and Mi Note Pro at an event in Beijing, Chinese smartphone manufacturer Xiaomi has now launched Mi 4 smartphone in the Indian market. The device has been priced at Rs 19,999, and will ...
 Techcircle.in3 hours ago

World's worst air might have taken six hours off President Barack Obama's life

MUMBAI: US President Barack Obama could lose roughly 6 hours from his expected lifespan after spending three days in India's capital inhaling the world's most toxic air. Air Force One descended through an acrid smog when it landed in New Delhi on ...
 Economic Times18 hours ago Security agencies turning airport into a fortress ahead of US president Barack Obama's visit  24Dunia6 days ago Obama attends India's Republic Day  24Dunia1 day ago Obama visit reflection of renewed energy: Tibetan PM  24Dunia1 day ago
IBNLive India News

India, US target Pakistan over terrorism but China calls it an 'all weather friend'

Beijing: Calling Pakistan an "irreplaceable" all-weather friend, China on Monday pledged full support to it amid the high-profile visit of US President Barack Obama to India. The comments came as Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi other leaders met ...
 IBNLive India News1 day ago China Calls Pakistan as 'Irreplaceable' Friend  New Indian Express1 day ago Pakistan is our irreplaceable all weather friend: China  Business Standard India2 days ago Pakistan, China are strategic partners, iron brothers: Chinese General  Oneindia2 days ago
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Nikkei Asian Review

Chinese, Indian investors 'act east'

JAKARTA/DALIAN, China/MUMBAI-- Indonesia is turning into a magnet for foreign investment, particularly from India and China, as the country's middle and wealthy classes look to double by 2020. Oil producers in the Middle East and Africa are also ...
 Nikkei Asian Review2 days ago India And China: A Pair In The Making Analysis  Eurasia Review21 hours ago Creative destruction is how India can catch up to China  Business Spectator1 week ago Russia, China and India building new multipolar world order Jan 15, 2015  Alexanders Gas & Oil Connections1 week ago
CHINAdaily USA

Finding fresh magic in Aida

Conductor Zubin Mehta returns to the Beijing stage with a new production of a Verdi classic, Chen Jie reports. Chen Jie 'If this is the first production of the opera you've seen," boasts maestro Zubin Mehta of his imminent staging of Aida, "you ...
 CHINAdaily USA2 days ago
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