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Syed Mushtaq Ali T20: West Bengal rout Hyderabad

Nagpur/Kochi : Wriddhiman Saha's brutal innings and Mohammed Shami's fiery spell ensured an easy 61-run win for Bengal against Hyderabad in their opening Group A league match in the of the Syed Mushtaq Ali T20 tournament on Saturday. Batting ... Deccan Chronicle, 1 month ago

Mushtaq Ali T20: Irfan, Parthiv steal the limelight

IMAGE: Skipper Parthiv Patel blasted the Bengal attack as Gujarat won the Syed Mushtaq Ali Trophy T20 match in 11.5 overs. Photograph: PTI Skipper Irfan Pathan led from the front with an unbeaten 49 and two wickets as Baroda thrashed a hapless Goa by 72 runs in a Group C match and maintained their unbeaten run in the Syed Mushtaq Ali Trophy T20 tournament in Vadodara on Wednesday. Put in to bat at the Moti Bagh Stadium, Baroda, who registered their third consecutive victory, posted a ...
 Rediff.com1 month ago Karnataka make early exit from Mushtaq Ali Trophy T20 tournament  Deccan Herald4 weeks ago Karnataka make early exit  Deccan Herald4 weeks ago
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How India's Nuclear Industry Created A River Of Death, According to Court Case Claims

Jadugoda, Jharkhand, INDIA --The Subarnarekha River roars out of the Chota Nagpur plateau in eastern India, emptying 245 miles downstream into the Bay of Bengal, making it a vital source of life and, lately, of death. The name means "streak of ...
 Huffington Post1 month ago India's nuclear industry pours its wastes into a river of death and disease  Yahoo! India1 month ago Indias Reckless Nuclear Mining Industry Ignores Poison Risks  MSN Philippines14 hours ago

Batsmen excel as Delhi beat Rlys

e effort by Delhi's batsmen ensured that they comfortably chased down a mammoth Railways total with 4 wickets in hand in the opening group C match of the Syed Mushtaq Ali T20 tournament, here on Saturday. Railways scored 210 for two in 20 overs ...
 New Delhi Pioneer1 month ago

Will Railways' ChildLine scheme make runaway children safer?

Are the ChildLine booths for runaway children an attempt to sanitise Indian railway stations or a genuine effort for the protection of 'railway kids'? Rashme Sehgal finds out. IMAGE: Children from a slum located near the railway tracks take a bath as a suburban train passes by in Mumbai. Photograph: PTI Officials from both the women and child development ministry and the railway ministry stridently deny the accusation that the installation of ChildLine booths, an initiative launched at the end ...
 Rediff.com2 months ago
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Alstom signs $3.93bn India railway projects

Alstom, a leader in power generation and rail infrastructure, has signed two major contracts in India for a total amount of more than €3.7 billion ($3.93 billion). The first contract is for the supply of 800 electric locomotives and associated ...
 Trade Arabia2 months ago Alstom Signs Two Significant Mainline Contracts in India  Newswire Today2 months ago

Ranji Roundup: Herwadkar, Iyer steer Mumbai to 6-wkt win over Railways

Set a stiff task of scoring 295 in a minimum 70 overs, the 40-time champions beat Services with six overs to spare. IMAGE: Mumbai’s Akhil Herwadkar, centre, is presented the man of the match trophy for his all-round showing in the Ranji Trophy tie against Services at the Wankhede stadium on Wednesday. Photographs: PTI Hosts Mumbai took up the challenge set by Railways to score at above four runs an over and notched a comprehensive six-wicket victory in the four-day Group B Ranji Trophy ...
 Rediff.com2 months ago

Ranji round-up: Karn Sharma bags 6 wkts, but Mumbai take lead over Rlys

Railways leg-spinner Karn Sharma took six wickets, including three off 12 balls, but Mumbai rode on opener Akhil Herwadkar's disciplined knock of 145 to take the first innings lead in their Group B Ranji Trophy match in Mumbai on Monday. Replying to Railways' paltry first innings total of 217, Mumbai ended Day 2 of the four-day encounter on 330 for 9, a lead of 113, on a Wankhede stadium track offering appreciable turn to the slow bowlers, indicated by the 28-year-old Sharma's impressive ...
 Rediff.com2 months ago

Ranji Roundup: Mumbai dismiss Railways for cheap total

IMAGE: Railways's Arindam Ghosh hit a shot against Mumbai at Wankhede Stadium. Photograph: PTI Led ably by Shardul Thakur, Mumbai bowlers put up a much better display than the previous game and shot out Railways for a paltry 217 on day one of their four-day Group ‘B’ Ranji Trophy tie at the Wankhede Stadium, in Mumbai, on Sunday. Thakur, who went wicket less against UP in the hosts’ previous drawn game, did the bulk of early damage by bagging three out of the top four ...
 Rediff.com2 months ago

Syed Mushtaq Ali Trophy: Irfan powers Baroda, UP downs Mumbai

Irfan Pathan’s all-round show helps Baroda trounce MP by 53 runs; UP humble Mumbai and Bengal lose to Vidarbha IMAGE: Irfan Pathan claimed four wickets and scored 27 runs off 12 balls to power Baroda to victory over Madhya Pradesh. Photograph: Dinuka Liyanawatt/Reuters Skipper Irfan Pathan continued with his exemplary showing, scoring an unbeaten 27 and taking a four-wicket haul, to help Baroda thrash a hapless Madhya Pradesh by 53 runs in a Group C match of the Syed Mushtaq Ali Trophy ...
 Rediff.com4 weeks ago Syed Mushtaq Ali Trophy Round-up  The Hindu1 month ago Iyer's 78 in vain as Mumbai suffer another loss in Syed Mushtaq Ali  Pune Mirror4 weeks ago Harbhajan, Irfan shine in Punjab, Baroda wins  Sify4 weeks ago
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