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Why Shastri wants Arun as bowling coach despite Zaheer's appointment
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Why Shastri wants Arun as bowling coach despite Zaheer's appoi...

Ravi Shastri's choice of bowling coach was always Bharat Arun and it is now apparent that Cricket Advisory Committee (CAC) did not take the new head coach into confidence while recommending Zaheer Khan as the bowling coach. IMAGE: Ravi Shastri, left, with Bharat Arun. Photograph: BCCI Back at the helm as chief coach of the Indian cricket team, Ravi Shastri is set to pitch for the return of bowling coach Bharath Arun despite the presence of Zaheer Khan in their ranks.Shastri's choice of bowling ... Rediff.com, 1 month ago

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PCB, BCCI officials to meet, discuss cricketing ties

Karachi: Top officials of the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) and the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) will meet in Dubai on May 29 to discuss the financial losses, which the former side had suffered due to India's constant refusal to play bilateral ...
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Freedom Files: Offensive & Defensive

Despite the expressed intentions of the Treaties, the Paramount Power had always claimed and exercised powers independently with an inherent right to intervene in the affairs of the State Out of a total of 565 States, there were actually only about 40, which ...
 The Financial Chronicle3 weeks ago
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Armed forces fully equipped to deal with contingencies: Jaitley

The Indian armed forces are fully equipped to face any contingency, Defence Minister Arun Jaitley told the Lok Sabha today amid the ongoing border standoff with China. Asserting that any shortage in terms of arms and ammunition would be expeditiously made up, ...
 catchnews.com3 weeks ago
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Football Briefs: Muller double helps Bayern see off Chelsea in Singapore

News of all that's transpired on and off the football field IMAGE: Bayern Munich’s Thomas Muller scores the third goal against Chelsea during their International Champions Cup in Singapore on Tuesday. Photograph: Yong Tech Lim/Reuters German winger Thomas Muller scored two sublime goals as Bayern Munich capitalised on a fast start to edge Chelsea 3-2 in the opening match of the International Champions Cup Singapore friendly tournament on Tuesday. Bayern manager Carlo Ancelotti had ...
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Takata would stop making air-bag inflators under new plan - sources

Tokyo: Japan's Takata Corp, facing bankruptcy over the biggest recall in automotive history, would stop making air-bag inflators after completing a global recall, under a restructuring plan under consideration by its steering committee, sources told Reuters ...
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McDonald's ends Olympics sponsorship deal early

IMAGE: A sign for a McDonald's restaurant. Photograph: Joe Raedle/Getty Images US fast-food giant McDonald's Corp has ended its 41-year-long Olympic Games sponsorship deal three years early, the International Olympic Committee said on Friday. The company had said last year it would reevaluate its relationship with the Olympics. McDonald's, a sponsor since 1976 and part of the IOC's top sponsors programme that contributes more than $1 billion in every four-year cycle for the Games, had a ...
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China's $10 billion strategic project in Myanmar sparks local ire

By Yimou Lee and Wa Lone KYAUK PYU, Myanmar (Reuters) - Days before the first supertanker carrying 140,000 tonnes of Chinese-bound crude oil arrived in Myanmar's Kyauk Pyu port, local officials confiscated Nyein Aye's fishing nets. The 36-year-old fisherman ...
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Freedom Files : Creating a communal cleave

The Nawab of Bhopal Sir Hafiz Hamidullah Khan, saboteur in chief as Chancellor of the Chamber of Princes was constantly looking at ways and means to stay out of the dragnet of the Congress and the ambit of the new Dominion of India. As the end neared, he grew ...
 The Financial Chronicle2 months ago

Saving the heart of Make in India

Will private firms really boost Make in India in the defence sector? Ajai Shukla seeks answers. IMAGE: The Defence Acquisition Council has failed to clear a new policy for nominating private companies as strategic partners for building major weapons platforms for the military.Photograph: Reuters.   Earlier this month, a meeting of the defence ministry's top procurement body, the Defence Acquisition Council, or DAC, failed to clear a new policy for nominating private companies as ...
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