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Chennai Open: Chung upsets sixth seed Coric in opener
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Chennai Open: Chung upsets sixth seed Coric in opener

IMAGE: Russia's Daniil Medvedev in action against Brazil's Thiago Monteiro during their first round match of the ATP Chennai Open at SDAT Tennis Stadium in Chennai on Monday. Photograph: PTI Korean qualifier Hyeon Chung produced the first upset of the ATP Chennai Open by ousting last year's finalist Borna Coric with a straight-set win in the opening round of the $505730 hard court event in Chennai on Monday. Coric, the World No 48, struggled with his first serve and forehand today while Chung ... Rediff.com, 1 month ago

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Australian Open: Paes-Sa knocked out in round 1

Leander Paes and Brazil’s Andre Sa crashed out of themen’s doubles event of the Australian Open, after losing 6-4, 6-7, 4-6 to Max Mirnyi and Treat Huey in the first round on Thursday.
 MSN India1 month ago Australian Open: Leander Paes-Andre Sa knocked out in first round  Business Standard1 month ago India at the Australian Open: Paes-Sa knocked out in first round  Rediff.com1 month ago Australian Open: Leander Paes, Andre Sa crash out in the first round of men's doubles  catchnews.com1 month ago

Sushma_swaraj_MEA_PTI_360x270 Dhaka: External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj today held talks with her Bangladeshi counterpart Abul Hassan Mahmood Ali on key bilateral issues, including Land Boundary Agreement and proposed Teesta river water sharing deal, during which the Indian side also raised the matter of illegal immigration. Ms Swaraj, who arrived in Dhaka late last night, was assisted by Foreign Secretary Sujatha Singh and senior ministry officials during her talks with Ali at the Foreign Office in Bangladesh’s capital. Mr Ali welcomed Ms Swaraj after which both the ministers talked about the weather condition, which was very humid in Dhaka. The two leaders talked in a restricted format before the delegation level deliberation. Though there are no pacts to be signed and no big expectations, the trip, which is termed as a “goodwill” visit, is aimed at taking forward the bilateral ties which are on a “positive trajectory” for past few years. Among other issues the meeting also discussed ways to enhance cooperation in important areas including economic. On the “touchy” issues of Land Border Agreement (LBA) and Teesta river, the Indian side may not have “clear answers” but the effort would be to assure Bangladesh side of Indian government’s positive intention. Significantly, it was BJP’s opposition, coupled with that of Trinamool Congress and Asom Gana Parishad (AGP) which prevented the previous Congress-led UPA government from formalising the land boundary agreement and signing the Teesta water sharing deal with Bangladesh. According to official sources, Ms Swaraj made a call to West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee to “touch-base” and tell her about the visit. The call assumes significance given that Ms Banerjee’s party Trinamool Congress prevented the previous UPA government from signing the Teesta water sharing deal. In 2011, Ms Banerjee, then an ally of the Congress-led UPA, backed out from Prime Minister Manmohan Singh’s Bangladesh visit, opposing the Teesta water sharing treaty between India and Bangladesh, following which it was shelved. The Indian side maintains they were not going with the “shopping list” and that the minister will review the status of bilateral ties and what to expect in the coming years. Reporter = S.R.K

Fortaleza, Brazil:  Prime Minister Narendra Modi favoured an open, rule-based, international trading regime which he said is critical for global economic growth. The Prime Minister further said the BRICS nations, Brazil-Russia-India-China and South Africa, ...
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Brazil pushes on with plan to open farmland sales to foreigners

By Chris Arsenault RIO DE JANEIRO, Feb 16 (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - Brazil says it is pushing ahead with plans to change the law and let foreigners buy farmland, in a move widely backed by investors and opposed by land rights campaigners.
 DNA1 week ago Brazil's indigenous leaders push for Amazon land rights as Carnival kicks off  DNA1 day ago

Rio Open: Top seed Kei Nishikori suffers first-round loss to Brazil's Thomaz Bellucci

The Japanese world number five, was broken in the first game en route to losing the match in 79 minutes.
 Zee News3 days ago Tennis-Top seed Nishikori suffers shock first-round loss in Rio  DNA3 days ago
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UPDATE 1-Brazil to open airlines, agricultural land to foreign buyers - sources

President Michel Temer will propose legislation to lift restrictions on foreign ownership of airlines and agricultural land in Brazil as it strives to pull the economy out of a two-year recession, government sources said on Monday.
 DNA3 weeks ago Exclusive - Brazil could ease foreign land ownership limits by June: minister  Sify3 weeks ago

Over 150 escape 'semi-open' Brazil prison; 62 still at large

Brazilian authorities say more than 150 prisoners have escaped a so-called semi-open prison during a riot, and more than 60 remain at large. The Department of Penitentiary Administration for Sao Paulo state says today's riot at the lockup in the city of Bauru ...
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Murders, robberies of drivers in Brazil force Uber to rethink cash strategy

Sao Paulo: On a Thursday night last September, Uber driver Osvaldo Luis Modolo Filho accepted a ride request from a teenage couple on the eastern edge of Sao Paulo, to be paid in cash. A few blocks from their destination, the passengers – who hailed the ...
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Chandigarh: The city of the open hand

Nehru's vision and master urban planner and architect Le Corbusier's principles of light, space and greenery are still evident everywhere in Chandigarh. Geetanjali Krishna finds a haven in the city. IMAGE: The symbolic open hand of Chandigarh. Photograph: Wikimedia Commons. Last week, just as I was admiring a gigantic sculpture of an open hand raised in the sun, someone whatsapped me a photograph of President Trump, a closed fist raised in triumph after his poorly-attended inauguration. I was ...
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Tennis-Australian Open women's singles champions

List of Australian Open women's singles champions since the event began in 1922 (Australian unless stated): 2017 Serena Williams (United States) bt Venus Williams (United States) 6-4 6-4 2016 Angelique Kerber (Germany) bt S. Williams (U. S. ) 6-4 3-6 6-4 2015 ...
 DNA4 weeks ago Australian Open: Sania advances, Bopanna exits  Deccan Herald1 month ago Bopanna, Sania enter second round of Australian Open  Prokerala1 month ago Bopanna-Cuevas advance at Australian Open  Prokerala1 month ago
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