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Sports Shorts: Sushil to make international comeback at Commonwealth C'ship
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Sports Shorts: Sushil to make international comeback at Common...

A summary of sports events and sports persons, who made news on Thursday IMAGE: India wrestler Sushil Kumar. Photograph: Krishnendu Halder/Reuters Two-time Olympic medallist Sushil Kumar is all set to prove his mettle at the Commonwealth Wrestling Championship, to be held in Johannesburg from December 15-17. Sushil, winner of four gold medals and a bronze at the Commonwealth Championship, will be competing at an international event for the first time after three years.   "Delighted to ... Rediff.com, 2 days ago
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How India must counter the Chinese threat

'The military aim in a future conflict, if it can't be avoided, should be to cause maximum damage to the adversary's war waging capability and capture limited amount of territory as a bargaining counter,' says Brigadier Gurmeet Kanwal (retd). The foremost challenge for India to ensure peace and stability in the Indo-Pacific will be to manage the rise of a militarily assertive China that is seeking to achieve a 'favourable strategic posture'. Having come close to completing its four ...
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Cyclone Ockhi intensifies, batters Lakshadweep, over 500 fishermen rescued

IMAGE: People receive essential commodities at a relief camp following the impact of cyclone Ockhi in the Kanyakumari district on Saturday. All photographs: PTI Photo It is not the first time Kerala fishermen have faced a turbulent sea, but the sheer ferocity of Cyclone Ockhi has shaken them badly. Trapped in violent waters, with no food or water, desperate eyes searching for help in the middle of a turbulent sea -- sum up the helplessness of the fishermen. Though many fishermen were brought ...
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Sports Shorts: Advani secures IBSF World Snooker C'ship title

A summary of sports events and sports persons, who made news on Monday IMAGE: Pankaj Advani. Photograph: PTI Ace Indian cueist Advani Advani dished out another superb performance to outclass Iran's Amir Sarkhosh in the finals and claim yet another title at the IBSF World Snooker Championship in Doha on Monday. His deadly attacking game coupled with phenomenally tight safety play helped Advani to secure his 18th World Championship title with a 8-2 win over Amir at the Al-Arabi Sports Club. The ...
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Xiaomi Redmi Y1 Review: A selfie camera for all

Xiaomi is known for a lot of things. First and foremost, it’s known for its well-priced smartphones, but you also get a fairly rounded package that includes good build quality, good software and innovation. The company’s products push the ...
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Football Briefs: Chhetri winner in running for 2017 AFC Cup Goal of Tournament

News of all that's transpired on and off the football field IMAGE: India captain Sunil Chhetri. Photograph: AIFF Media India captain Sunil Chhetri's spectacular free-kick goal in Bengaluru FC's 1-0 win over Maldives club Maziya Sports and Recreation in the AFC Cup has been nominated as one of the four best goals of the tournament. Chhetri curled past the Maziya defensive wall and the goalie to dump the ball into the net in the 57th minute of the group match in Bengaluru on May 31 to send his ...
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'Britain created Pakistan'

'The creation of Pakistan was integral to Britain's grand strategy.''If they were to ever leave India, Britain's military planners had made it clear that they needed to retain a foothold in the NWFP and Baluchistan because that would provide the means to retain control of Iran, Iraq, Kuwait, the UAE, Bahrain and Qatar.'   IMAGE: Lord Louis Mountbatten, the viceroy of India and his wife Lady Edwina Mountbatten flank Muslim League leader Mohammad Ali Jinnah at the viceroy's house, now ...
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Caught between worship and blame

200 years on, the legacy of Sir Syed Ahmad Khan -- the man behind the Aligarh Muslim University -- hangs between two extremes.Mohammad Sajjad brings much needed perspective to the debate. Sir Syed Ahmad Khan: 1817 to 1898.Illustration: Dominic Xavier/Rediff.com   As the birth bicentenary of Sir Syed Ahmad Khan (1817-1898) -- a realist-pragmatist of 19th century India, a distinguished reformer, and founder of the MAO College (now the Aligarh Muslim University) -- is being celebrated, one ...
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Swaraj in B'desh stresses on combating terrorism

Dhaka: India and Bangladesh on Sunday discussed the challenges of terrorism, radicalisation and extremism during the course of fourth Joint Cooperation Committee (JCC) meeting here. Addressing the media after the JCC meeting, India's External Affairs Minister ...
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Return of 'displaced persons' can restore normalcy: Swaraj on Rohingya crisis

IMAGE: External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj hands over some memorabilia of the 1971 liberation war to Bangladeshi Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina to be displayed in museums.Photograph: ANI India and Bangladesh today discussed the common challenge of terrorism and resolved to fight the scourge together even as New Delhi reaffirmed its status as a reliable development partner of Dhaka. "We are both determined to protect our societies from the threat of ideologies of ...
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