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Ignored trio trains at Newlands as SA coach fires pace warning
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Ignored trio trains at Newlands as SA coach fires pace warning

The ignored trio of KL Rahul, Ajinkya Rahane and Ishant Sharma were part of an optional practice session at Newlands, even as South Africa coach Ottis Gibson warned they would continue to torment India with pace.India lost the first Test by 72 runs within ... Business Standard, 6 days ago

Patel may replace Saha

Will Parthiv Patel come in for Wriddhiman Saha? That was the talk going around after Parthiv batted at length in the nets even as Saha relaxed during Indias training session here on Thursday, on the eve of the second Test. While Kohli kept all cards close to ...
 Deccan Herald3 days ago
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Why frequent business travel is bad for you

Washington: If you're travelling for business two weeks or more a month, you are more likely to have trouble sleeping than those who travel one to six nights monthly. According to a latest study, frequent business travellers even report symptoms of anxiety ...
 Sify6 days ago
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Tennis roundup: Federer in good shape but Murray doubtful for Aus Open

Federer in fine fettle as Switzerland beat Russia in Hopman Cup IMAGE: Roger Federer’s Australian Open preparation gained momentum. Photograph: Hopman Cup/Twitter. Roger Federer subdued a feisty Karen Khachanov while Belinda Bencic outlasted Anastasia Pavlyuchenkova to help Switzerland beat Russia 3-0 in the Hopman Cup on Tuesday. Federer won 6-3, 7-6(8) as his Australian Open preparation gained momentum but the 19-time Grand Slam champion was pushed hard in the second set by the ...
 Rediff.com1 week ago
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A new test awaits Pujara in South Africa

It is important to leave the ball well: Pujara on SA challenge IMAGE: Cheteshwar Pujara prepares for nets session. Photograph: BCCI/Twitter Cheteshwar Pujara, a vital cog in India's batting wheel, on Tuesday, stressed on the importance of leaving the ball on the bouncy pitches of South Africa during the three-Test series beginning, in Cape Town, on Friday.   India lost the series 0-1 on the previous tour of South Africa four years ago but Pujara was amongst the runs alongside Virat Kohli ...
 Rediff.com1 week ago
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No sports facility is 100 govt schools

Ashutosh Kumar, a class VII student at Government Co-ed Senior Secondary School in north-west Delhi's Rohini, wants to refine athletic skills as he aspires to win an Olympic medal for the country. However, the 12-year-old is not getting the opportunity in the ...
 DNA4 weeks ago

Nurture for a future

Agriculture is in the news today mainly because of the economic problems faced by farmers and also the occurrence of suicides among farmers. Generally the monsoon and the market influence the economic wellbeing of farmers. The monsoon has been erratic may be ...
 The Financial Chronicle4 weeks ago

Close-in: Catches win Matches

Rather than worrying about yo-yo tests, it is important to improve and analyse the agility and reaction time of the players India predictably won the Test series against Sri Lanka. The Indian batting side looked omnipotent against the weak Lankan bowling.
 The Financial Chronicle1 month ago
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India posts highest growth in sending students to US: Survey

Despite a stricter immigration regime under United States of America president Donald Trump, the fall of 2017 has seen India post the largest growth in number of students being sent to the US for studies. As per the Fall 2017 International Student Enrollment ...
 Business Standard1 month ago 186,267 Indian students study in the US  Rediff.com2 months ago
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We want to win every series; remain No. 1: Rahane

'This series is completely different compared to what we played in Sri Lanka. We are not taking Sri Lanka lightly even if we had a good series there.' IMAGE: India vice-captain Ajinkya Rahane. Photograph: BCCI India vice-captain Ajinkya Rahane said their 9-0 clean sweep in Sri Lanka will have no bearing in the return series and they remain focussed on maintaining the No. 1 spot in Tests.India swept Sri Lanka across all formats in a full series in the island nation. Now India are hosting a ...
 Rediff.com2 months ago
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