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'Ensure improved climate to protect press freedom in Lanka'

Press Trust of India Washington, 31 January: AUS-based journalist advocacy group has asked the new Sri Lankangovernment to ensure improved climate for press freedom and to take concrete and meaningful steps in this regard. In an open letter to ... The Statesman, 1 hour ago

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India vs Aus match reduced to 44-over-a-side affair

Sydney, Jan 26 (PTI) Play resumed in the fifth match of the cricket tri-series between India and Australia after a rain interruption which rendered it a 44-over-a-side affair at the SCG here today. After a delayed start due to morning drizzle, rain ...
 Press Trust of India5 days ago India vs England, Tri-Nation ODI Series Highlights: England Knock India Out, Enter Final  NDTV21 hours ago Tri-Series: India vs England, Highlights  NDTV20 hours ago ODI tri-series, Ind vs Aus LIVE: Game 5 reduced to 44 overs  INooz5 days ago
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AFP - Cricket-ENG-IND-AUS-tri-WC-2015

Cricket-ENG-IND-AUS-tri-WC-2015 Contributed by NAMPA / AFP. Cricket: England, India in knockout tie for tri series final PERTH, Australia, Jan 29, 2015 (AFP) - India and England clash on Friday in Perth with the winners taking their place in ...
 Namibia Press Agency2 days ago Cricket: England win toss and bowl against …  Yahoo! India1 day ago England win toss and bowl against India  Cricket.co.uk19 hours ago Washout gives India hope of reaching final  The Nation Pakistan4 days ago
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Aus vs Ind Live Score: India post 267/8 in 50 overs

Melbourne: With yet another tremendous knock, Rohit Sharma lifted India's score to 267/8 at the end of 50 overs in their first Carlton Mid ODI Tri-series here at the Melbourne Cricket ground (MCG) against the home team Australia. However, Mitchell ...
 PardaPhash1 week ago England thrash India by 9 wickets  Emirates2471 week ago Tri-Series, 3rd ODI: Steven Finn, James Anderson Bundle India Out for 153  NDTV1 week ago Live Cricket Score, Ind vs Eng: England strike back with a flurry of  Deccan Chronicle1 day ago
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Sania loses; Can Paes win his 15th Slam at Aus Open?

Martina Hingis of Switzerland talks tactics with India's Leander Paes during the mixed doubles semi-final against Su-Wei Hsieh of Chinese Taipei and Pablo Cuevas of Uruguay. Photograph: Quinn Rooney/Getty Images Indian tennis legend Leander Paes kept himself in line for his 15th Grand Slam title by reaching the Australian Open mixed doubles final with Martina Hingis. They defeated Su-Wei Hsieh of Chinese Taipei and Pablo Cuevas of Uruguay in straight sets, in Melbourne, on Friday. Tell Us! Can ...
 Rediff.com1 day ago Aus Open: Paes-Hingis storm into mixed doubles final  Daily Excelsior.com23 hours ago Indians at Aus Open: Paes-Hingis advance, Bopanna out  Rediff.com5 days ago Bhupathi out of mixed doubles  The Freepress Journal6 days ago
Hindustan Times

Indian man chases Aus women Bollywood-style, gets court rap

Melbourne: A 32-year-old Indian man in Australia, accused of stalking two women, has escaped conviction after a court considered that he had been wrongly influenced by Bollywood movies. The-Hobart magistrate took notice of the cultural background ...
 Odisha Television1 day ago Bollywood bad influence helps Indian man escape conviction for stalking Aus women  Hindustan Times2 days ago Aus: Indian man escapes conviction, says 'chasing women is quite normal in his country'  One India1 day ago
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NDTV

Aus Open: Sania Loses, Paes Wins; Dream All-India Final Shattered

Sania Mirza-Bruno Soares bowed out in the semis of the mixed doubles event after Leander Paes-Martina Hingis had advanced to the title clash in Melbourne. Reported by: NDTVSports Last updated on Friday, 30 January, 2015 13:36 IST
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US Sikhs commend Obama's religious tolerance remarks

Press Trust of India New York, 29 January: AUS-based Sikh rights group has welcomed President BarackObama'srecent remarks in which he asked India to promote religious and racial tolerance. Sikh For Justice (SFJ)commended Mr Obamafor his ...
 The Statesman1 day ago
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Aus Open: Sania Mirza, Leander Paes make it all-win day for India

Prev By IANS | Posted 3 hours Melbourne : India enjoyed an all-win day at the Australian Open tennis Grand Slam after Leander Paes and Sania Mirza sailed into the second round of their respective men's and women's doubles events here today. ...
 Mid Day1 week ago Sania, Paes enter mixed doubles quarters of Australian Open  Rediff.com4 days ago AUS OPEN: Ekaterina Makarova sails into 4th round  DDI News1 week ago Aus Open: Leander Paes enters second round in men's doubles  Mid Day1 week ago
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SC verdict on IPL betting exposes cracks in the Indian team

Kohli tweet favours dna report doubting Dhoni; players call up petitioner and praise him from Aus A grab of Kohli's retweet. The fallout of the Supreme Court's verdict in the IPL betting and spot-fixing case is beginning to be felt in ...
 DNA India5 days ago Rift in Team India out in the open after Supreme Court verdict on IPL betting  DNA6 days ago Supreme Court verdict brings out differences in team to the open  DNA6 days ago
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