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Football Roundup: Former United defender Brown joins ISL
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Football Roundup: Former United defender Brown joins ISL

This and more from the happenings in the world of football Former Manchester United defender Brown joins Indian side Kerala Blasters IMAGE:  Wes Brown set to arrive in Kochi. Photograph: Stu Forster/Getty Images Indian Super League's Kerala Blasters have signed former Manchester United defender Wes Brown ahead of the 2017-18 season, the Kochi-based franchise said on Tuesday. The 37-year-old was a free agent after making five appearances for Blackburn Rovers in the English Championship ... Rediff.com, 5 days ago
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Why Pujara is learning the tricks of sledging

'If you need to sledge a particular batsman, you need to sledge. It helps the bowlers.' IMAGE: Cheteshwar Pujara celebrates his double century against Australia. Photograph: Adnan Abidi/Reuters Cheteshwar Pujara has never been known for sledging opposition batsmen but he is not averse to the idea if it helps the bowler."I do make a lot of noise while playing FIFA (Playstation game). And these days you see I am making a lot of noise on the field. I am learning the tricks of sledging. If you ...
 Rediff.com1 week ago
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'Harmanpreet you rockstar. Simply awesome'

IMAGE: Harmanpreet Kaur walks off at the end of India's innings after scoring 171 not out. Photograph: Jason Cairnduff/Reuters Several of India's former and current cricketers hailed batting sensation Harmanpreet Kaur after her magnificent century powered India into the final of the ICC Women's World Cup following a 36-run victory against Australia in the semi-finals, in Derby, on Thursday.The Indian vice-captain smashed her way to a career-best magical 171 off 115 balls to lift India to 281 ...
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Strange twists in UP's Gunpowder Plot, Agra lab says explosive found wasn't PETN

A case of whodunit is petering out into much ado about nothing. The mystery of the white powder found in the Uttar Pradesh Assembly became more intriguing after the Agra Forensic Science Laboratory (FSL) said that it was not PETN, or Pentaerythritol ...
 catchnews.com1 month ago
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AR Rahman says it didn't 'rain' on his IIFA 2017 parade

New York may have had a bad weather yesterday, but it couldn't stop Oscar-winning composer A.R. Rahman from enjoying the IIFA Rocks event. While talking to the media here, the 50-year-old music composer said, "I think it was kind for IIFA to invite me and ...
 catchnews.com1 month ago

When Manish Malhotra tripped

Veteran fashion designer Manish Malhotra tripped as he made his way to collect an award at the IIFA Rocks stage here but he was all smiles.The debonair designer went up the stage to receive the Best Background Score on behalf of Pritam for "Ae Dil Hai ...
 Prokerala1 month ago

Mom Movie Review

Mom is a pretty straightforward vigilante film that holds your attention till the halfway mark. That first hour or so is well done, with the alpha male ambience of Delhiā€™s cruising party class etched neatly. A teenaged girl called Arya goes to a ...
 Open Magazine1 month ago
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Have you seen these 3 AMAZING films?

Small-town India shines in these movie gems, says J Jagannath. The media keeps peddling numbers that two-thirds of the people lining the pockets of corporations and e-commerce giants come from sleepy towns, but Bollywood keeps treating them shoddily on screen. I happened to watch three movies in the recent past that were quite disparate thematically, but they had one common thread that was given proper respect: The ethos of small town India. G Kutta Se Rahul Dahiya's grittily made Haryanvi ...
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'I'd give the Modi-Trump summit 10/10'

'We're going to see a defence relationship that really takes off -- now that India is a major defence partner of the US, the sky is the limit for arms sales.''The economic partnership will lag behind the security relationship, but the meeting and joint statement give cause to believe that it will progress more robustly than many of us would have expected.' IMAGE: 'The body language of both men was largely positive,' says Michael Kugelman.'And in the end, we even had not one, but two bear ...
 Rediff.com1 month ago

Zuckerberg or Gates? Billionaires try opposite paths for online edu in India

Rushi Parmar lives in Keshod, a town in Junagadh district of Gujarat so small it has one park, a single-screen movie hall and no shopping mall. For clever kids like Parmar, who is 12 and heading into seventh grade, the only option for a decent education used ...
 The Financial Chronicle1 month ago
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