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The Weather, Debutant Josh Hazelwood And Murli Vijay Sizzle On Day One At The Gabba
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Murli Vijay Turning India's Trump Card on Australia Tour

Brisbane: Murli Vijay has become one of the deadliest batsmen in the world Cricket for the Australian team as he apparently feels most comfortable while confronting the Aussie bowlers on every track. He made several records during his 144-run ... PardaPhash, 1 month ago
The Weather, Debutant Josh Hazelwood And Murli Vijay Sizzle On Day One At The Gabba International Business Times Australia, 1 month ago

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Alteration in Endometrial Proteins during Early- and Mid-Secretory Phases of the Cycle in Women with Unexplained Infertility

by Murli Manohar, Huma Khan, Vijay Kumar Sirohi, Vinita Das, Anjoo Agarwal, Amita Pandey, Waseem Ahmad Siddiqui, Anila Dwivedi Background Compromised receptivity of the endometrium is a major cause of unexplained infertility, implantation failure ...
 Plosone.org2 months ago

BJP President Amit Shah dissolves all the national cells

BJP President Amit Shah has dissolved all its national cells pending their reconstitution and appointed Vijay Chauthaiwale as the new incharge of its foreign and Overseas Friends of BJP ( AFBJP ) cell with immediate effect. The party has also appointed BJP ...
 DNA2 months ago Amit Shah dissolves all its national cells  Deccan Herald2 months ago Amit Shah dissolves all BJP national cells  Rediff.com2 months ago

City loses its bizfriendly Congress leader

The death of Murli Deora, a Gandhi family loyalist and known for his contacts with the India Inc, marks the end of an era in the Congress. The party, which is currently struggling to keep its hold in national politics and has been reduced to just ...
 Hindustan Times2 months ago

Team India's biggest concerns ahead of World Cup 2015

Mumbai: Bowling has never been the strengths of Indian Cricket team and just ahead of the World Cup, it continues to concern the team as well as the diehard Cricket fans across the country. However, bowling is not the only India is facing few more ...
 PardaPhash6 days ago Sunil Gavaskar justifies inclusion of Stuart Binny in World Cup 2015 squad  PardaPhash3 weeks ago Looking ahead 2015: Four-year itch  Mumbai Mirror4 weeks ago The Four-year itch  Bangalore Mirror1 month ago

Fix our roads

Mumbai Mirror Bureau Readers join Mirror's traffic campaign in overwhelming numbers Beena Mohanan , Malad (west) Fix the D Mart mess The situation faced by residents of Palm Court Complex, next to Infinity Mall is bad. The footpath in front ...
 Mumbai Mirror1 week ago

One for the guard

Paltan, the latest offering of Doordarshan, highlights the role played by security forces in our lives It is a force which is seldom remembered except during external threats in the form of war or terrorist attacks, and internal dangers like ...
 The Hindu1 week ago

Kaka lifts 115th Panthal Kesari -2015 tittle

JAMMU, Jan 15: Kaka of R.S Pura, Jammu lifted 115th annual Panthal Kesari 2015 Tittle by defeating Wrestler Amrit Paul of Goal Bagh Stadium Amritsar in Punjab in a neck to neck contest played at Panthal in Reasi. Kaka was adjudged as the best ...
 Kashmir Times2 weeks ago

Australia wins Border-Gavaskar Trophy 2-0 as India saves Sydney Test

Sydney: India had the last laugh on the fifth and final day of the fourth and final Border-Gavaskar Trophy Test as a very determined Ajinkya Rahane held his nerves to give a sigh of relief to the whole country. He partnered most part of his superb ...
 PardaPhash3 weeks ago Sydney Test Day 3: Lokesh, Virat help India post 342/5; Australia still leads by 230 runs  PardaPhash3 weeks ago Sydney Test: Hostile Australian batsmen destruct clueless Indian bowlers  PardaPhash3 weeks ago SCG Test from tomorrow  Odisha Samaya3 weeks ago
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Sydney Test: India 160/2 at tea, still need 189 runs to win

Prev By Agencies | Posted 44 minutes ago Sydney: Chasing 349 for a win, India were 160 for two in their second innings at tea on the fifth and final day of the fourth cricket Test against Australia at the SCG, here today. Murli Vijay.
 Mid Day3 weeks ago Sydney Test: India 73/1 at lunch in chase of 349 runs for win  Mid Day3 weeks ago
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