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Bopanna dropped from India's squad for NZ tie

Davis Cup: Mahesh Bhupathi to take over from Anand Amritraj as...

Anand Amritraj's final game in charge will be the the Asia/Oceania zone group I home tie against New Zealand. It will be interesting to see how things go between Mahesh Bhupathi and Leander Paes given that they have been not been at the best of ... International Business Times India, 4 weeks ago
Bopanna dropped from India's squad for NZ tie, 4 weeks ago
BOPANNA DROPPED Pune Mirror, 4 weeks ago

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New Indian Express

Controversies hurt Indian tennis in another Olympic year

Indian tennis Team after beating Korea's in Asia/ Oceania Group I 2nd Round of Davis Cup in Chandigarh. |PTI CHENNAI: What a year India has had in tennis! If you believe the preceding sentence is meant in earnest, then youve probably been living ...
 New Indian Express3 weeks ago Tennis: Davis Cup team confirmed  New Zealand Herald1 month ago Tennis above kinship for Murtaza brothers  The Express Tribune2 weeks ago Davis Cup team named to take on India  Radio New Zealand1 month ago
Business Live South Africa

Sundowns depart for Japan to begin their Fifa Club World Cup adventure

Mamelodi Sundowns departed in two groups for the Club World Cup on Monday and will take more than a day to get to Japan‚ leaving them to reassemble together on the training pitch again on Wednesday night. The first batch of squad members flew ...
 Sowetan1 month ago Mamelodi Sundowns make their way to Club World Cup  Business Live South Africa1 month ago Kashima Antlers one game away from making Club World Cup history  ESPN Soccernet1 month ago
The Express Tribune

Adv: OPPO becomes top global smartphone brand

OPPO, the ever-evolving global smartphone brand, has won two top honors from International Data Group (IDG) at a ceremony hosted on Jan 6 as part of the annual Consumer Electronics Show (CES) at Las Vegas. In an announcement from Patrick Kenealy, ...
 Times of India1 week ago OPPO Honored by IDG as the Top Global Smartphone Brand and Top Connected Devices Brand for 2016-2017  PR Newswire India1 week ago OPPO honoured as 2016-2017 Top Global Smartphone and Top Connected Devices brand  The Express Tribune1 week ago
Basketball New Zealand

Junior Tall Blacks make it two from two after defeating New Caledonia

The Junior Tall Blacks (JTBs) followed up an opening win against Samoa at the FIBA Under 18 Oceania Championships with a second big win defeating New Caledonia 137-22 in their second outing early on Friday. The game tipped off at 8.00am in Suva and ...
 Basketball New Zealand1 month ago Junior Tall Blacks Strike Gold  Basketball New Zealand1 month ago Junior Tall Ferns finish pool play with 3-0 record  Basketball New Zealand1 month ago Junior Tall Blacks Open Oceania Campaign with a 122 point Win Over Samoa  Basketball New Zealand1 month ago

Business: First cruise ship docks at the Port of Mombasa with 1,049 tourists

Some of the one thousand and fourty nine (1049) passengers walk infront of the MV Nautica, an American Oceania Cruise ship soon after they disembarked from the ship at the port of Mombasa, January 19, 2017. The tourists who left Zanzibar yesterday, ...
 East African Standard20 hours ago Kenya: First cruise ship docks at the Port of Mombasa with 1,049 tourists  Africa-News.info18 hours ago First cruise ship docks at the Port of Mombasa with 1,049 tourists  East African Standard19 hours ago SCIENTIFIC GAMES : Ex-Norwegian Cruise CEO buys Port of Palm Beach cruise business  4 Traders2 weeks ago
Herald Sun

Top-notch development in Lorne

6-8 Armytage St, Lorne, the former site of the Ocean Lodge Motel will soon be 15 luxury townhouses (artist's impression). LIKE all good business deals, this one was struck over a game of golf. Oceania, a new development in Lorne will see 15 ...
 Herald Sun1 week ago
Sydney Morning Herald

New Zealand 'led to believe' Oceania will get direct entry in expanded World Cup

New Zealand Football believe the Oceania confederation they are part of will get "at least one place" in the expanded World Cup. Governing body Fifa gave the green light to expansion of their global showcase on Tuesday, increasing the number of ...
 Sydney Morning Herald1 week ago Oceania to get direct entry to World Cup, maybe more?  Radio New Zealand1 week ago

Nissan debuts latest addition to the Canadian lineup at NAIAS - 2017 Nissan Qashqai

Nissan debuts latest addition to its Canadian lineup at NAIAS - 2017 Nissan Qashqai (CNW Group/Nissan Canada Inc.) Nissan debuts latest addition to its Canadian lineup at NAIAS - 2017 Nissan Qashqai (CNW Group/Nissan Canada Inc.) Nissan ...
 Canada NewsWire1 week ago NISSAN MOTOR AUSTRALIA PTY : Intelligent mobility at ces  4 Traders1 week ago Nissan introduces autonomous driving technologies  The Gulf Today1 month ago

Hexion to Construct European Technology Center, Nippon Paint & Dunn-Edwards Enter Merger Agreement, RPM Buys SPS Group

Huntsman has completed the sale of its European surfactants business to Innospec and Cathay has announced the successful acquisition of Hoover Color. In distribution news, Ferro and Simon & Werner have extended the distribution partnership and more ...
 Special Chem 4 Coatings Ingredients2 weeks ago
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