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Fencing camp held at Tinsukia

GUWAHATI, Aug 3 - The Tinsukia District Fencing Association has organised a district level summer fencing camp at the Bangya Vidyalaya HS School auditorium, Tinsukia from July 23 to 30 under the aegis of the Assam Fencing Association (AFA).Around 75 fencers ... The Assam Tribune, 2 weeks ago

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Pegasus Royal Fencing Club Started Sword Fencing Summer Camp in Delhi 2016-06-16 New Delhi, India, June 16, 2016 --( )-- Mr. Aswani Kumar (Armyman, International coach and referee) will conduct training from 7 June onward. Participants will also get a chance to practice with International medallist ...
 BizWire Express2 months ago

Indian officials warned for being pushy and rude

India's sports minister, Vijay Goel, has been a conspicuous presence at Rio's Olympic Games, frequently spotted in the stands cheering on Indian athletes and taking selfies after their events. But he and his large entourage have apparently raised ...
 Melbourne Age1 week ago Rio officials warn India: your delegation is pushy and rude  Washington Post1 week ago The Latest: Russian woman wins gold in foil fencing at Rio  Mail.com1 week ago Rio Olympics officials warn India: Your delegation is pushy and rude  WA Today1 week ago
Siasat Daily

PayTM's LogiNext Aids Scorpion Express To Boost Operations

PayTM backed LogiNext deployed its technology solutions to aid one of the largest 3PL company of India, Scorpion Express Pvt. Ltd., founded in 2000, under the flagship of Dr. JPN Singh. Scorpion Express has 10 major hubs spread across India. The ...
 CXOtoday1 week ago Scorpion Express, LogiNext partner to optimize operations  Yahoo! India1 week ago

ECB team discusses security scenario with Odisha admn

Bhubaneswar, Aug 12 (PTI) In the back drop of the embarrassing situation when spectators hurled projectiles during India-South Africa match last year, the state administration and the Odisha Cricket Association (OCA) today assured an England Cricket ...
 Press Trust of India1 week ago

Jio services flouting norms, must be stopped: COAI

India's established or 'incumbent' telcom operators have fired their first direct salvo at Reliance Jio Infocomm, asking the department of telecommunications (DoT) to immediately ask the Mukesh Ambani-led company to snap all connections provided to ...
 Domain-B2 weeks ago Reliance Jio bypassing regulations by offering full-fledged services, says COAI  Economic Times2 weeks ago

Chinese checkers: India must act with global community to contain China

Attempts to create order after experiencing extreme disorder has been the story of mankind since creation. More recently, the League of Nations, the Geneva Convention, the UN and many more such measures have been pursued with the sole intention ...
 Firstpost.com2 weeks ago

Trai chief, RS Sharma denies charges of bias towards new players

NEW DELHI: Telecom Regulatory Authority of India (Trai) Chairman RS Sharma flatly rejected accusations by the country's largest phone companies that he was favouring new entrants as simmering tensions again broke out into the open. "The charge of ...
 Economic Times2 weeks ago
Times of India

Losing more than 100 overs was crucial: Anil Kumble

It took a splendid effort Roston Chase to hand West Indies an improbably draw against India at the Sabina Park in Kingston, Jamaica. West Indies' top four managed only 44 runs on day four. The next four, though, scored 338 runs on day five, led by ...
 Times of India2 weeks ago West Indies produced special batting to save Test: Kohli  Times of India2 weeks ago India v WI 2nd Test talking points: Classy Chase denies India victory  Times of India2 weeks ago Blackwood, Chase fifties keep India at bay  MSN News US2 weeks ago
Khaleej Times

#GreyPride: A Minority Report

Indian author - and Booker Prize winner for The God Of Small Things - Arundhati Roy spoke of 'grey pride' in a recent magazine interview. She was talking about her hair, and why "grey pride, man!" was the reason she thought she was on the mag cover.
 Khaleej Times2 weeks ago
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