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Title holders Indian Aces make it two in a row

IPTL: Indian Aces make it two in a row

In an evenly contested match, both teams were tied at two sets apiece with the decisive men’s singles to follow.      Aces' ace singles player Gael Monfils had to sit out with a hamstring injury and he was replaced by Ivan Dodig ... Jagran Post, 2 months ago

Singapore Slammers smash past Japan Warriors

The legends kicked off the afternoon, with Carlos Moya and Marat Safin receiving loud cheers. Matching each other stroke for stroke, Moya got the better of the Russian winning the set 6-4.       Men's doubles gave the Warriors ...
 Jagran Post2 months ago

Journalism has censorship but spoken words does not, says TedxGateway speaker Melizarani T Selva

A journalist by profession, Melizarani T Selva completed Bachelor’s degree in Media Management and Communications, Majoring in Journalism from the University of South Australia. Post that, she pursued a Master’s Degree in Media Studies, focusing ...
 DNA2 months ago

Indonesia Masters: Sindhu, Srikanth, Guru advance to Round 3

IMAGE: India’s PV Sindhu in action. Photograph: Twitter Top seeds P V Sindhu and K Srikanth notched contrasting victories to advance to the third round of the $120,000 Indonesia Masters Grand Prix Gold badminton tournament, in Malang, on Thursday. Sindhu, who clinched the Macau Open Grand Prix Gold last week, brushed aside Indonesia's Wulan Cahya Utami Sukuputri 21-12, 21-9 in a women's singles match. In the men's singles, world No. 9 Srikanth, who has qualified for the BWF Super Series ...
 Rediff.com2 months ago Malaysia Masters: Sindhu, Srikanth in quarters  Rediff.com2 weeks ago

Pankaj Advani breezes into World snooker semis

Pankaj Advani’s quest for a 15th World title got a huge fillip when he made it to the semi-finals in IBSF World Snooker Championship in Hurghada, Egypt, on Friday. The ace cueist, the only Indian in the fray in the men's category, proved too good for Alex Borg of Malta in a 6-0 victory to improve upon his showing at the last championship when he was ousted in the quarter-finals in Bengaluru by Yan Bingtao 4-6 of China. Advani registered a century break in the fifth frame of the ...
 Rediff.com2 months ago

'Today, we have a capable navy which takes care of our interests'

Ahead of the International Fleet Review, Naval chief Admiral R K Dhowan spoke of the changing perception of the navy and the many challenges it faces on the global map.’s Vipin Vijayan listens in. The Indian Navy shows off its might prior to the beginning of the International Fleet Review. Photograph: It’s curtains up for the International Fleet Review in Visakhapatnam. The four-day event will see more than 90 ships -- aircraft carriers, ...
 Rediff.com13 hours ago

A look at the disappearing breed in F1...

'In Flavio Briatore, we had a fantastic manager but he was to a certain degree taking too much space' IMAGE: Flavio Briatore, his wife Elisabetta Gregoraci and their son Falco Nathan attend the Monaco Formula One Grand Prix at Circuit de Monaco. Photograph: Mark Thompson/Getty Images Formula One has lost another of its principals. Renault, returning as a constructor after buying back the team they sold in 2009, this week followed McLaren and reigning world champions Mercedes in doing away with ...
 Rediff.com1 day ago

Travelling down memory lane in Kolkata

The charm of Kolkata is still alive says Sumit Ganguli. I kept looking for the dugout portion on the pavements, the naked wires and the puddle of water. There were none. Was Kolkata changing? I was obsessed with the curved three-sided, interesting bow tie pasta-styled pavers on the sidewalks, in muted terracotta colours. I had put in good 10+ miles each day, walking all over South Kolkata for 3 - 4 days obsessing on the pavements. They were all neatly placed, from Ballygunge Park to Southern ...
 Rediff.com1 month ago

The best of WTF! Top weirdest stories of 2015

Every now and then a story comes along that is so outrageous it can cause you to do a double take. There were a few such stories in 2015. We present you 15 of the weirdest stories that were too funny to be true. 1) At this Chinese eatery, shorter your skirt, bigger the discount Love wearing short skirts? A Chinese restaurant is offering women clad in skimpy skirts massive meal discounts. A Jinan-based eatery is offering its female customers, whose skirts’ hems measure at 33 centimetre ...
 Rediff.com1 month ago

IPTL: Easy day out for Japan; Federer leads Royals to victory

Japan Warriors did not have to break much sweat in getting past Philippine Marvericks 29-15 but it was a tough day out for UAE Royals, who edged out hosts Singapore Slammers 27-23 in their IPTL match, riding on Roger Federer's win in the deciding men's singles, in Singapore on Friday. In the first encounter of the day, Warriors put up a splendid show as Marat Safin brought back memories of his legendary past by winning the legends singles 6-3 against James Blake. Japanese Kurumi Nara was the ...
 Rediff.com1 month ago
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