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Kuldeep is a product of Kumble: Raina
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Kuldeep is a product of Kumble: Raina

'He is the guy who will change everything in the bowling department.' IMAGE: Kuldeep Yadav, centre, with former coach Anil Kumble, right, and Shane Warne. Photograph: BCCI Praising Kuldeep Yadav for his recent exploits in international cricket, India discard Suresh Raina said credit should be given to former head coach Anil Kumble for shaping the young spinner."Kuldeep is doing very well and the credit goes to Anil bhai (Kumble). He worked really hard with him," Raina said in Mumbai."I was ... Rediff.com, 1 week ago

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Horse Shaktiman killing: Govt seeks to revoke case against BJP MLA

Uttarakhand Home Department has written to the district magistrate of Dehradun to withdraw case against Bharatiya Janata Party MLA Ganesh Joshi who was booked for attacking police horse Shaktiman last year.'(The) government has decided to withdraw the case in the public interest against Ganesh Joshi booked under various sections,' the letter by Additional Secretary (home) Ajay Rautela read.The horse had lost its leg after it was brutally beaten during clashes between BJP protesters and the ...
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Heavy rain, gusty wind affects flights, trains in WB

Heavy rain accompanied by gusty wind battered the southern districts of West Bengal since early today, as the Met department forecast more downpour and high wind till tomorrow. Incessant rain and squally wind affected normal life in the metropolis on the first working day of the week. Waterlogging and uprooted trees blocked some thoroughfares of the city, delaying the morning rush hour traffic. Many schools reopened today after the Durga Puja vacation and students were inconvenienced due to ...
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Goa: Schools ordered to put portraits of Prez, PM Modi

The Goa education department has instructed all the schools to put up pictures of President Ram Nath Kovind and Prime Minister Narendra Modi in their premises when the institutions resume after Diwali vacation.The order by education department is part of the instructions issued by the Chief Minister Manohar Parrikar during the recently held meeting with the department heads."The education department has initiated the process to inform all the heads of the schools including aided and government ...
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Heavy rains likely in Mumbai for the next few hours

The Indian Meteorological Department has forecast showers coupled with thunder and lightning over the next few hours in Mumbai.According to IMD's forecast, Mumbai will experience 'loud peals of thunder with frequent lightning flashes, moderate to heavy spell of rain and maximum wind speed 29 to 74 Kmph', a Times of India report said. The forecast is valid up to 5.53 pm today.Photograph: Sahil ...
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Sasikala's parole plea to visit ailing husband rejected

Karnataka Prisons department rejects Sasikala's parole application to visit her ailing husband.Sasikala had applied for a 15-day parole to meet her ailing husband M Natarajan, her nephew and sidelined party leader T T V Dinakaran said on Monday.Natarajan, undergoing treatment at a corporate hospital for liver problem, was stable and was awaiting liver transplantation.Currently lodged at Parappana Agrahara jail in Bengaluru, Sasikala was convicted and sentenced to a four-year prison term in ...
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I-T department sends notice to activist Harsh Manders institute

Activist Harsh Mander has alleged that an income tax department notice to his institute Centre for Equity Studies is an attempt by the government to gag him.The I-T department had issued a notice to the Centre for Equity Studies on September 19 as part of complete scrutiny of the returns for financial year 2016-17 and asked for a reply by September 25.The notice asks the institute to furnish any evidence/information necessary in support of the I-T return. It does not specify any violation ...
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Sports Shorts: Guess which is the 'dirtiest' Premier League team

Study reveals overall number of fouls have fallen in the English Premier League. Last season saw the fewest dismissals since 1993-94. IMAGE: Everton's Ashley Williams (centre) clashes with Olympique Lyon's goalkeeper Anthony Lopes as teammates intervene during the Europa League match at Goodison Park, Liverpool, England. Photograph: Andrew Yates/Reuters Everton have been handed the dubious distinction of being the 'dirtiest' Premier League team after a study on the all-time cards and fouls by ...
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Hafiz Saeed's house arrest extended for 30 days

Mumbai attack mastermind and banned Jamaat-ud-Dawah chief Hafiz Saeed's house arrest was today extended for another 30 days by a Judicial Review Board of Pakistan's Punjab province. However, the board refused to allow the same in the detention of his four aides. The 30-day detention will be applicable from October 24. Saeeds aides -- Abdullah Ubaid, Malik Zafar Iqbal, Abdul Rehman Abid and Qazi Kashif Hussain -- may walk out free on the expiry of their September 25 detention order if they are ...
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8 TN transport staffers killed as part of office building collapses

A portion of a 65-year-old building belonging to the Tamil Nadu State Transport Corporation collapsed in Nagapattinam district early on Friday morning, killing eight transport department staffers, police said. The TNSTC crew members were sleeping in the building, which was constructed in 1952, when it collapsed around 3.30 am, killing them on the spot.   Three persons were injured and rushed to the Karaikal General Hospital, a police official said. Chief ...
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