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'AB de Villiers is one of the best batsmen in the world'

'AB de Villiers is one of the best batsmen in the world'

Parthiv Patel, who won Man of the Match award for his half-century against Mumbai Indians, has showered encomiums on AB de Villiers for calming the roughed up proceedings and guide Rajasthan Royals to a convincing seven-wicket victory.  "I think I couldn't have asked for any better person to come in at that time (when RCB was struggling at 17 for three). "You know AB expectedly is one of the best batsmen in the world. He calmed the procedure down," ..., 34 minutes ago

Nepal halts search for missing Sherpa guides

Nepal today called off the search for three missing Sherpa guides due to heavy snow fall, two days after 13 people died in the deadliest accident on Mount Everest, the world's highest peak."Following heavy snow falls in the area the search and rescue operations have been halted as we were unable to locate the place where the climbers might have been buried," said Tilak Pandey, an official at the tourism ministry."It was not possible to carry out search for a long time in such a high altitude ...
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Modi would have ousted Vajpayee like Jaswant, Advani: Rahul

Sharpening his attack on Narendra Modi, Rahul Gandhi today said the Bharatiya Janata Party leader would have "ousted" even Atal Bihari Vajpayee like party veterans Jaswant Singh and L K Advani had the former PM continued being in public life. He raised questions on the Gujarat chief minister’s wish to become the chowkidar (watchman) of India. “The man who wants to become the chowkidar does not have a Right to Information commissioner or a Lokayukta in his own state. Because he ...
 Rediff.com1 hour ago Only Modi to be PM of NDA govt: Rajnath  Rediff.com8 hours ago Jamaat Says Power Will Change Modi  Kashmir Observer19 hours ago Modi terms UPA 'mother-son' government, hits out at 'RSVP model  Mangalorean20 hours ago

42 killed in road accident in south Pakistan

At least 42 people, including women and children, were killed and several others injured today when a bus they were traveling in collided with a trailer on the National Highway in southeast Pakistan's Sukkur district. The accident took place near Pano Akil area in Sukkur when a bus en route to Karachi from Dera Ghazi Khan collided head-on with the trailer coming from the opposite direction.The bus was carrying over 60 passengers when the driver lost control of the vehicle and collided with the ...
 Rediff.com6 hours ago 4 die in road accident in Tonk  NetIndia123.com19 hours ago Six killed in Kashmir road accident  Mangalorean20 hours ago

Liverpool go five clear in Premier League title race

Liverpool took a giant step towards their first title in 24 years with a 3-2 win at a plucky Norwich City on Sunday, opening up a five point lead over second-placed Chelsea with three matches remaining. Two goals to Raheem Sterling and Luis Suarez's 30th league strike of the season helped them to their 11th consecutive Premier League victory and ensured them a top four finish and qualification for next season's Champions League, the first time they have reached Europe's elite club competition ...
 Rediff.com1 hour ago Chelsea stunned by Sunderland in EPL  Yahoo!Xtra19 hours ago

Vote for BSP to keep fascist forces: Mayawati tells Muslims

BSP supremo Mayawati today said that her party has given maximum number of tickets to Muslims and they should vote unitedly in favour of her party to save the country from the "fascist forces and dynasty rule". Addressing election rallies in Barabanki and Sitapur, the former Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister said, of 80 Lok Sabha seats in the state, her party has fielded Muslims candidates in 19, which no other party has done.She claimed that even Dalits and people belonging to backward castes ...
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Congress is a mother-son party: Ramdev

Launching a frontal attack on Nehru-Gandhi family, Yoga guru and supporter of Narendra Modi, Baba Ramdev today criticized the Congress, calling it a party of 'Maa-Beta' (mother and son)."Supreme Prime Minister is Sonia and her son Rahul Gandhi. Yeh maa-beta party desh ko chala rahe hain (The party of mother and son is ruling the country)," he said, while addressing a press conference."This maa-beta party has no sympathy towards the people in the country. They are not concerned about the woes of ...
 Rediff.com1 hour ago Baba Ramdev is a money launderer, says Digvijay  Rediff.com1 day ago

IPL probe: BCCI suggests three-man committee to Supreme Court

Faced with a credibility crisis arising out of the IPL spot-fixing and betting scandal, the BCCI has suggested to the Supreme Court a three-membercommittee made up of eminent persons to probe the corruption case on the directives of the apex court.  The all-powerful Working Committee of the Board in its emergent meeting here decided to suggest names of former India all-rounder Ravi Shastri, former Calcutta High Court Chief Justice J N Patel and ex-CBI Director ...
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Bangladesh HC bans male doctors from examining rape victims

Bangladesh's high court today banned male doctors from examining rape victims to save them from embarrassment."You must ensure no male doctors take part in examining the victims of rape," a two-judge bench said summoning the director general of health services. The bench comprising judges Quazi Reza-Ul Hoque and ABM Altaf Hossain issued the ruling while director general Deen Mohd Noorul Haque informed the court that the female doctors were already appointed in government facilities in ...
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Compulsory voting should be introduced in India: Advani

Bharatiya Janata Party leader L K Advani on Sunday batted for introduction of compulsory voting in the country and said those failing to exercise their right to franchise should be barred from voting in future. "I have seen elections from 1952. I have also studied election processes of other countries. I had recommended that compulsory voting should be introduced in the country," Advani said addressing a gathering in Ahmedabad. The Supreme Court of India also said that there should be ...
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