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Do you think #MithaliRaj could have made her ground?Watch the key run out here https://t.co/FHPdLR9Tfb #WWC17 pic.twitter.com/mHxEydfMTC— Cricket World Cup (@cricketworldcup) July 23, 2017IND - 99/2 from 26 overs.
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Do you think #MithaliRaj could have made her ground?Watch the ...

Do you think #MithaliRaj could have made her ground? Watch the key run out here https://t.co/FHPdLR9Tfb #WWC17 pic.twitter.com/mHxEydfMTC — Cricket World Cup (@cricketworldcup) July 23, 2017 IND - 99/2 from 26 overs. Select Live Blog: LIVE | WWC Final: ... DNA, 11 hours ago

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One has to question the thinking behind persisting with Mandhana.She has had a horrid run after the first two innings she played in this tournament.What has been most worrying is the manner in which she has gotten out.Today as well, she completely missed

One has to question the thinking behind persisting with Mandhana. She has had a horrid run after the first two innings she played in this tournament. What has been most worrying is the manner in which she has gotten out. Today as well, she completely missed ...
 DNA13 hours ago
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1983: 2017: ?These two certainly think so! #ENGvIND #WWC17 pic.twitter.com/acGH3lcXxA— Cricket World Cup (@cricketworldcup) July 23, 2017

1983: 2017: ? These two certainly think so! #ENGvIND #WWC17 pic.twitter.com/acGH3lcXxA — Cricket World Cup (@cricketworldcup) July 23, 2017 Select Live Blog: LIVE | WWC Final: India lose early wicket as Smriti Mandhana's horrid run continues Live ...
 DNA14 hours ago Two wickets in two balls for Jhulan Goswami! Will we see a #WWC17 trick? pic.twitter.com/DZGomBgYfb— Cricket World Cup (@cricketworldcup) July 23, 2017No hat trick, but the tide has turned dramatically in India's favour after a double stri  DNA14 hours ago
Med India

How to accept and appreciate your looks

It's possible to retrain your brain how to think positively about your reflection and your body
 Business Standard1 day ago Virender Sehwag displays his essence of flamboyance, says he tweets what he likes without caring about what people may think  Zee News1 day ago What do you think?  Current News India2 days ago Do You Think Failing to Disinfect Stethoscope May Lead to Infections?  Med India4 days ago
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IAS Sanjay Kothari, journalist Ashok Malik to join Ram Nath Kovind's team

Malik is at present a Distinguished Fellow at Observer Research Foundation, a policy think tank
 Business Standard1 day ago Sanjay Kothari to be secy, Ashok Malik press secy to new Prez  Deccan Herald1 day ago Sanjay Kothari appointed Secretary to new President  Business Standard1 day ago
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First Post.com

Feeling the Blues: Shillong-based band Soulmate, on how they make their honest, soulful music

Soulmate's Rudy Wallang on why the band continues to live in Shillong: "If we had to move to a city, I don’t think we would be the same people we are, and that would show in our music eventually." The post Feeling the Blues: Shillong-based band Soulmate, on ...
 First Post.com1 day ago
Business Standard

NITI Aayog approves Rs. 18k crore investment for rail projects for two major routes

Government think-tank NITI Aayog on Friday approved investments worth Rs. 18,000 crore for high-speed rail projects for major routes of Delhi-Mumbai and Delhi-Kolkata, Union Minister for Railways Suresh Prabhu said at an ASSOCHAM event here today."We are ...
 Business Standard2 days ago Project to raise train speed on Del-Mumbai, Del-Howrah routes  DNA2 days ago
Money Control

Railway ministry working with companies like Apple on train speeds

The railway minister also said the government#39;s premier think tank NITI Aayog had approved the ministry#39;s Rs 18,000 crore proposal to increase speeds of the Gatiman Express on the two busiest corridors, Delhi-Mumbai and Delhi-Kolkata.
 Money Control2 days ago Indian Railways Wants Trains to Run at 600 km/hr & Apple Is Helping Them With it!  Trak.in1 day ago Apple helping Indian Railways to increase train speeds over 600 km per hour  catchnews.com2 days ago Railway ministry working with cos like Apple on train speeds  Deccan Herald2 days ago
India Today

Bharat Niti plans to raise massive Hindutva army of online warriors

Now Hinduism and Hindutva would be protected and propagated by an army of online warriors. RSS-BJP affiliated think tank Bharat Niti has planned a massive 'Hinduism and Social Media Conclave' in November in the holy city of Kashi, as Prime Minister Narendra ...
 India Today2 days ago
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Guha bats for separate flag for states

Historian Ramachandra Guha has come out in support of separate flag for every state. "I think every state should have its own flag. People can be good citizens of Basavanagudi, Bangalore, Karnataka and India," he said replying to a question at an interaction ...
 Deccan Herald2 days ago Karnataka forms panel on separate flag for state  Rediff.com5 days ago Karna govt's move to have state flag unconstitutional: Sena  Business Standard5 days ago Karnataka govt's move to have state flag unconstitutional: Sena  Deccan Herald5 days ago
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