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'Dew factor' may impact first India-Sri Lanka ODI in Cuttack

Lanka landslide: India pledges assistance to Colombo

India has pledged Rs five million as immediate relief for victims of landslide in Sri Lanka and is also considering medium and long-term assistance."India has pledged as immediate relief assistance of Rs 5 million (Rs 50 lakh) for the victims of landslide in Sri Lanka," the Spokesperson in the ministry of external affairs said.He said that the Indian government was also considering, in consultation with the Sri Lankan government, medium and long-term assistance options. Nearly 200 people were ..., 18 minutes ago

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WICB officials must go to India to salvage situation: Roberts

Legendary West Indies fast bowler Andy Roberts feels that the West Indies Cricket Board (WICB) should immediately send representatives to India and salvage the situation by speaking to the BCCI bosses as paying huge damages could end cricket in the Caribbean. BCCI is apparently threatening to claim damages of close to $65 million along with severing off all bilateral series with the West Indies. "I would not go the route of a task force right now. I would get people down to India to see if we ...
 Rediff.com37 minutes ago Commentary: Not only cricket but West Indian self-worth at stake  Caribbean News Now!14 hours ago

Somali pirates release seven Indian sailors

New Delhi/Nairobi, Oct 31 (PTI) Seven Indian sailors were released today by Somali pirates after remaining in captivity for about four years and would come back to India over the weekend. "These seven Indians were in captivity for around four years ...
 Press Trust of India40 minutes ago Seven Indian sailors kidnapped by Somali pirates to return home after four years  Times of India19 hours ago Seven Indian sailors freed after four years pirates' captivity  Prokerala1 day ago Somali pirates free seven Indian hostages  StarAfrica.com20 hours ago

India gear up for Sri Lanka ODIs; Saha set to play

The Indian players during a practice session in New Delhi. Photograph: PTI Uncertainty over the availability of Wriddhiman Saha, who had a split webbing in his right hand, for the first One-Day International against Sri Lanka seems to be over, as the wicketkeeper batsman looked fit ahead of the opening game, in Cuttack, on Sunday. - Select your Test squad for Australia: Will Raina, Rahul make the cut? The Bengal wicketkeeper, who impressed during this year's Indian Premier League, looked in ...
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Azhar's son Asaduddin named in Uttar Pradesh squad

Former India captain Mohammed Azharuddin's son Asaduddin took his first major steps in his cricketing career when he was on Friday named in the Uttar Pradesh One Day squad for the forthcoming Vijay Hazare trophy. - The Hero gone all wrongThe youngster had appeared for trials a week back following which he was selected.The left-handed batsman was a part of the Hyderabad under-22 squad in 2010 but was unable to break into the senior squad.Asaduddin also gave trials for various Indian Premier ...
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Indian Super League: Not Good to Have Too Many Foreigners Playing, Says Zico

Zico (R) feels more Indian football should be encouraged at the ISL. NDTV Fatorda, Goa: Too many foreigners in the starting XI won't help Indian Super League's (ISL) cause of developing football in the country, said Brazilian legend and FC ...
 NDTV1 hour ago More Indians should play in first eleven in ISL: Zico  Press Trust of India2 hours ago

Kolkata most polluted city in India

Image: Boys collect coconuts thrown in as offerings by worshippers in the waters of Ganga. Photograph: Amit Dave/Reuters Kolkata is the most polluted metropolis in the country with its pollution levels recorded highest among eight tropical Asian countries, according to study. The study, on distribution and identification of source of persistent organic pollutants (POPs) was conducted in eight countries - Laos, Cambodia, Vietnam, Thailand, Philippines, Indonesia, Malaysia, India and ...
 Rediff.com2 hours ago GSLV-Mk III may be ready for launch in first half of December  Rediff.com19 hours ago Madison-like event for Modi in Australia  Rediff.com2 days ago
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Shilpa Reddy becomes the only Indian designer to showcase her collection at Eiffel Tower

The J-Autumn Fashion show by Jessica Minh Anh solicited the Indian designer to sashay her creation on the International platform.
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Indian Naval ship scraped by foreign merchant vessel

In a freak accident, Indian naval ship 'Kora' was today scraped by a foreign merchant vessel off the Vishakhapatnam coast, leaving it with "minor damages" on its side.
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US growth, Japan stimulus lift Indian stock markets

Mumbai: Indian markets on Friday ended the week with a bang with Sensex zooming 519.50 points and Nifty soaring 153 points to new highs for the second straight day in line with a strong global rally after Japan unexpectedly increased its monetary ...
 Times of Oman22 minutes ago Sensex, Nifty at new highs on US growth, Japan stimulus  Rediff.com5 hours ago
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