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Plucky Patel doesn't think of flighting the ball
Jagran Post

Plucky Patel doesn't think of flighting the ball

Comment · print · T T T+· T- The Hindu Indian tweakers Kuldeep Yadav (left) and Akshar Patel during a training session. Photo: Akhilesh Kumar TOPICS Flighting the ball has always been considered a hallmark of a good spinner but ... The Hindu, 1 week ago
IBN Live

India look to continue momentum against Pakistan in football friendly

India will start as favourites, considering the plucky show they had put up in their previous match to get the better of a strong Pakistani unit. (Reuters) "Now that we have had a look at India, we will strategise accordingly in the next match and believe we ...
 IBN Live2 months ago Football friendly: India aim to continue attacking on Pakistan in final  Mid Day2 months ago Wim confident India's strong counter-attack will floor Pakistan  AhmedabadMirror.com2 months ago India take on Pak in final friendly  New Delhi Pioneer2 months ago

India's low-budget Mars probe snaps an iconic photo of the red planet

India's plucky little Mars probe is back in the headlines after snapping a stunning picture of Earth's closest celestial neighbor. The photo, taken with theMangalyaan probe's Mars Color Camera, was snapped at a distance of 46,292 miles — almost ...
 Public Radio International1 month ago

Dhruv, Pareen win titles in contrasting fashion

MUMBAI: Dhruv Sunish from Pune overcame Armaan Bhatia to win the boys under-18 singles title of the All India Ranking Championships Series Tennis Tournament, hosted by Goregaon Sports Club here late Monday night.The final that lasted over two hours ...
 Afternoon Despatch & Courier1 week ago Dhruv, Pareen win in contrasting fashion  The Freepress Journal1 week ago

A Nobel cause but cut the pedantics

Last Friday, a Pakistani and an Indian jointly won the Nobel Peace Prize. Malala Yousufzai, the cherubic kid who was brutally attacked by the Taliban on board her school bus, needs no introduction. Indeed, her face is familiar primarily because ...
 Daily Mirror Sri Lanka2 weeks ago
International Business Times India

Double Gold for India in Kabaddi as Men and Women Quell Iran Surge

The Indian women's Kabaddi team saw off the challenge of Iran in the final to clinch another gold medal in the Asian Games Reuters The Indian women's team beat Iran 31-21 for their second successive kabaddi gold medal at the Asian Games 2014 on ...
 International Business Times India3 weeks ago

Jordan test for battered Indian men's football team

Still smarting from the 0-5 thrashing by United Arab Emirates in their campaign opener, a battered Indian men's football team take on Jordan here tomorrow in their final group match with an early exit from the Asian Games staring on their face. ...
 Business Standard India1 month ago Jordan test for battered Indian football team  Afternoon Despatch & Courier1 month ago
Business Insider

Airline startups in India are having a tough time getting off the ground

By Benjamin Zhang The airline business is cutthroat in virtually every market in the world, but it is especially difficult for start-up airlines in India. Fuel prices and fickle passengers aside, start-up airlines in the country must contend with ...
 Economic Times2 months ago The Indian Government Is Crushing The Dreams Of Airline Startups  Business Insider2 months ago Airline startups in India having tough time  Times of India2 months ago
Hindustan Times

Again it is that man Leander Paes for India

Faith, they say, can move mountains. Faith can also warp the momentum of a match, twist it out of the reach of a rampant team and shove it the way the crowd would rather have it. A bit of luck, of course, makes things slightly easier. Down two sets ...
 Hindustan Times1 month ago Again, it is that man Leander Paes for India  Hindustan Times1 month ago

'Plucky geckos' in space sex orbit found dead upon return to Earth

Plucky geckos, which were sent into space to reveal the effects of microgravity on sex, were found dead after returning to Earth in capsule. The lizards, which were originally sent into the cosmos on the Russian Foton-M4 capsule, turned up alive ...
 NewKerala.com1 month ago
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