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Intense battle on cards as Australia face India in CWC semis
Pakistan Observer

Intense battle on cards as Australia face India in CWC semis

- Sydeny—Intense battle will be on the cards as defending champion India faces co-host Australia in the second semifinal of Cricket World Cup (CWC) day/night encounter here on Thursday. The tickets of the match is already sold-out in 46,000 ... Pakistan Observer, 4 days ago
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IndiaPost

*Indian steel makers need Central support to combat cheap imports

Indian steel makers have sought support from the Narendra Modi government to face the challenge posed by import of huge quantity of steel from China and other nations at a much lower price, according to Managing Director of Tata Steel Ltd, T V ...
 NetIndia123.com1 week ago Consulate pulsating with initiatives for India and Indians here  IndiaPost5 days ago The 2nd Asian Lenses Forum (TALF) Deliberates on the 'Emergence of India as a Global Soft Power'  PR Newswire India1 week ago Mercedes CLS 250 CDI and E 400 Cabriolet India launch: Official release and images  Motoroids.com5 days ago
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Bangladesh Daily Star

Kohli is about to score a big one, says Dhoni

The intensity on Virat Kohli's face is clear as India head into the semifinal against Australia. PHOTO: File Reuters, Sydney By his own lofty standards, Virat Kohli has had a modest World Cup so far. But his Indian teammates all think the ...
 Bangladesh Daily Star1 week ago World Cup 2015 Quarterfinal India v/s Bangladesh: Ms Dhoni hails brilliant team effort  DNA India1 week ago 'It has been good but we need to do a lot of small things right'  Rediff.com1 week ago Winning run team effort: Dhoni  Siasat Daily1 week ago
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WHO: India's Medtech Industry Underinvested, Too Import-Oriented

By Jof Enriquez The World Health Organization (WHO) recently appointed India's National Health Systems Resource Centre (NHSRC) as its fourth global WHO Collaborating Centre for Priority Medical Devices and Health Technology Policy. The move ...
 Medical Design Online5 days ago Why are Indians using fewer condoms?  DNA India1 week ago Commencement of National Health Systems Resource Centre (NHSRC) as a WHO Collaborating Centre for Priority Medical Devices and Health Technology Policy The First WHO Collaborating Centre in South East Asia Region  Web Newswire1 week ago
NDTV

Sarkar's catch was a fluke but important: Dhoni

Melbourne, March 19 An ecstatic Indian skipper Mahendra Singh Dhoni on Thursday said his diving catch to remove Bangladesh batsman Soumya Sarkar in the quarter-final of the cricket World Cup was a fluke as the ball had stuck to his gloves. ...
 ProKerala.com1 week ago Mahendra Singh Dhoni and India's Turnaround in World Cup 2015  NDTV1 week ago Difficult to pin-point how it changed for Team India: Dhoni  Rediff.com1 week ago Cricket World Cup: Soumya Sarkar's Catch Was a Fluke but Important, Says MS Dhoni  NDTV1 week ago
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MetroVaartha.com

Big matches brings the best out of everyone: Rohit

SYDNEY: Ahead of India's all-important World Cup semifinal against Australia, star batsman Rohit Sharma said the team knows how to win crunch matches at big events and this would be a big plus for the side when it takes on the co-hosts at the SCG on ...
 Times of India5 days ago
CommodityOnline

As Govt ignores import duty cut Gold smuggling soars in India

India's gold smuggling is progressing in the upward trajectory from 503 seizures in 2011-12 period to 3412 during 2014-15(till Jan 15). 19 Mar 2015 Commodity Online Gold smuggling in India is on a rising trajectory as reflected on the ...
 CommodityOnline1 week ago

Time for India to address their finishing touches

It's alright to learn from your failure, but it's even more important that you learn things while enjoying the success as well. Like in life, in sport too, it's easy to ignore the shortcomings when everything else is moving along well. Three wins in as many ...
 Deccan Herald3 weeks ago
Rediff.com

Prem Panicker: India sustain their intensity, to a point

The UAE has played 21 ODIs in 21 years. The Indians have played 22 ODIs in 12 months. Prem Panicker surveys the landscape of the mismatched 'contest' at the WACA. Since making its international ODI debut in April 1994 against India in the Australasia Cup, the United Arab Emirates -- an ensemble cast of expatriate Indians, Pakistanis, Sri Lankans and the odd native Emirati -- has played 21 international matches. Eighteen of those matches were played over a span of 20 years and eight months ...
 Rediff.com4 weeks ago
Rediff.com

Top Pentagon official heads to India ahead of Obama visit

A top Pentagon official will be heading to India next week to hold intense negotiations with Indian officials on critical defence issues and related areas of collaboration that could be announced during US President Barack Obama's visit to the country for Republic Day. "The Under Secretary of Defence for Acquisition, Technology and Logistics Frank Kendall plans to travel to India next week," Maureen Schumann, a Department of Defence spokesperson told PTI. Kendall is the Pentagon's point person ...
 Rediff.com2 months ago Full text: What Modi, Obama agreed on  Rediff.com2 months ago In India, Obama hopes to elevate nature of friendship  Rediff.com2 months ago US, India focused on strengthening relationship: Official  The Financial Chronicle1 month ago
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