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Why change of hockey captain is in bad taste...

‘I don't understand this logic. You just can't put a new captain every match’ IMAGE: From left Hockey India CEO Elena Norman, captain PR Sreejesh, SV Sunil, coach Roelant Oltmans and Sardar Singh. Photograph: Hockey India/Facebook. The constant change of captain in the Indian hockey team is in bad taste and defies logic, feels Olympian and former India captain Gurbux Singh. The highest capped Indian player Sardar Singh, who led India to a silver in the Azlan Shah, was ... Rediff.com, 1 hour ago

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INS Viraat to set sail for the last time this week

After nearly six decades in service, India’s majestic aircraft carrier INS Viraat will set sail for the last time from Mumbai to Kochi this week, powered by its own boilers before it is decommissioned. Once the ship berths itself with the Southern Naval Command on July 27 after sailing out from Mumbai on July 23, all valuable equipment on board like engines, radars, guns will be dismantled to prepare it for the decommissioning. The ship will then be towed back to Mumbai where it will be ...
 Rediff.com1 day ago In Pictures | All aboard INS Viraat, on its final sail into the sunset  DNA1 hour ago
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Happiest Minds: Ashok Soota to score big in second innings

Happiest Minds expects revenue to touch $100 mn in 3 years, the fastest in India’s tech services sector. IMAGE: Ashok Soota founded Happiest Minds Technologies, expects revenue to touch $100 million in three years. Photographs kind courtesy: Happiest Minds Technologies     At 74, Ashok Soota prefers being surrounded by bright young people, who challenge him all the time. “I find people who think they have retired, age the fastest,” he says. So, the veteran of ...
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Youngsters need to improve on fitness front, says Bopanna

IMAGE: India’s Rohan Bopanna plays against Koreas Hong Chung in the Asia/ Oceania Group I 2nd Round of Davis Cup in Chandigarh on Sunday. Photograph: PTI. Rohan Bopanna advised the Indian youngsters to get fitter to negotiate the challenging conditions after he had to play the fourth rubber of Asia/Oceania Group I Davis Cup tie against South Korea instead of Saketh Myneni who skipped due to fitness issues. Myneni suffered cramps and spasms in his entire body during the energy-sapping ...
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Brexit | EU could benefit from services of young Indian workers, says VK Singh

Hit by the British exit, India has a panacea for the faltering European Union (EU) to take advantage of India’s future human resource powerhouse, which unlike other nationalities possesses the ability to integrate smoothly in all societies. Addressing ...
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Spinners will have huge role to play in West Indies: Dhoni

India's limited-overs’ skipper Mahendra Singh Dhoni does "miss playing Test cricket" and is keeping a keen eye on the series against the West Indies, starting Thursday. He says spinners will play a huge role in the four Tests the team led by Virat Kohli will play on the tour. "I think wickets will be slower in West Indies, but you never know. I think spinners will have a huge role to play," said Dhoni in Delhi on Wednesday. He is pleased that India now has a pool of 8 to 10 genuine quick ...
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Terrorism in India is sponsored by Pak: Rajnath on Kashmir trouble

IMAGE: Home Minister Rajnath Singh. Photograph: PTI Pakistan played a ‘key role’ in fomenting the recent trouble in Kashmir and it was sponsoring terrorism in India, Home Minister Rajnath Singh said on Thursday. Observing that the situation in the valley was "normalising" gradually, he singled out Pakistan for fomenting trouble there, saying it had played a "key role" in fuelling tension and that terrorism in India was sponsored by it. Referring to the 'black day' observed by ...
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India-origin spinner Nair in Australia's National Performance Squad

Indian origin spinner Arjun Nair has been named in Cricket Australia’s 18-member National Performance Squad for the upcoming Quadrangular Winter 'A' Series, which will also feature India ‘A’, Australia ‘A’ and South Africa ‘A’, starting August 13. The 18-year-old carrom-ball spinner, who plays for New South Wales, is part of Australia's Under-19 squad. Sean Abbott, who debuted in Australia's T20 International side represented the Sydney Sixers in the ...
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Lilima Minz scores winner as Indian women rally to beat US

IMAGE: Lilima Minz, centre, scorer of the winning goal in India’s 2-1 victory over the United States. Photograph: Hockey India India's women's hockey team rallied splendidly to score a 2-1 victory over the United States in the second outing of their America tour, in Manheim, Pennsylvania, on Thursday. After a goalless first quarter, the hosts took the lead four minutes into the second through Jill Witmer (19th minute), who scored from a penalty-corner. Down by a goal the Indians came ...
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The big loopholes in India's smart cities plan

India’s cities are bursting at the seams because poor people are migrating to them in search of work and finding a place to live only in slums, old and new, says Subir Roy.  IMAGE: The ratio of people living in slum-like conditions is steadily rising. Photograph: Reuters     What is the progress made by the Smart Cities project at the end of the first year of its five-year life? Are the right priorities driving the 100-odd cities chosen by the Centre for the purpose? ...
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