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India cricketer R Ashwin bereaved
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India cricketer R Ashwin bereaved

India all-rounder Ravichandran Ashwin's grandfather S Narayanasamy died in Chennai due to age-related illness, family sources said on Sunday. The 92-year-old passed away on Saturday and his last rites were performed on Sunday evening. Narayanasamy, a former Southern Railway employee and a cricket lover, had a big role to play in Ashwin's early years as a player, Awshin's father Ravichandran told PTI. Narayanasamy is survived by Ravichandran and a daughter and three grandchildren. Ashwin is ... Rediff.com, 1 hour ago

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Here is a detailed itinerary of Modi's four-nation tour

With an aim to boost India's economic engagements and to invite more investments, Prime Minister Narendra Modi will be undertaking a four-nation tour from May 29, starting with Germany.On May 29, Prime Minister Modi will begin his visit from Meseberg near Berlin, where he would have discussions of regional and global importance with German Chancellor Angela Merkel.'On May 30, Modi and Merkel will hold the fourth India-Germany Intergovernmental Consultations to review the state of both ...
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India's Bhavani Devi strikes gold at World Cup Fencing C'ship in Iceland

India's C A Bhavani Devi has won the gold medal in the sabre event of the Tournoi World Cup Satellite Fencing Championship held at Reykjavik in Iceland on Saturday. In the final, she beat Sarah Jane Hampson of Great Britain 15-13 on points. The Chennai woman had beaten another British fencer Jessica Corby 15-11 in the semi-final. The release said Bhavani Devi became the first Indian to win a gold medal in an international fencing event. She had previously won a silver medal in a satellite ...
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Plea in Pak SC seeks immediate execution of Jadhav

A petition has been filed in Pakistan’s Supreme Court seeking immediate execution of Indian prisoner on death row Kulbhushan Jadhav if he failed to get his capital punishment overturned. Muzamil Ali, a lawyer by profession, filed the petition on Saturday through Advocate Farooq Naek -- a leader of opposition Pakistan People’s Party and former Senate chairman. The petition asked the apex court to order the federal government to ensure an early decision under the domestic laws on any ...
 Rediff.com9 hours ago India wrongly claiming victory in Jadhav's case: Qureshi  Rediff.com1 week ago ICJ order blow to Pak's bogus stand, vindicates India: AG  Rediff.com1 week ago India trying to hide real face by taking Jadhav case to ICJ: Pak reacts  Rediff.com1 week ago
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Bidding farewell to the Prez...

Venu Rajamony, press secretary to the President of India at Rastrapati Bhavan posts this photo on Facebook and Instagram with the caption, 'Bidding farewell to #PresidentMukherjee, an emotional moment!' Photograph: Kind courtesy @venu.rajamony/Facebook ...
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'Outsourcing to India' blamed for British Airways 'IT system failure'

British Airways cancelled all its flights from Heathrow and Gatwick airports in London on Saturday after a 'major IT system failure', leaving thousands of travellers stranded as a workers' union blamed outsourcing to India for the 'meltdown'.The airline initially cancelled only flights before 6 pm local time on Saturday but later confirmed all its flights will remain grounded at both airports throughout the day."Our IT teams are working tirelessly to fix the problems," British Airways CEO Alex ...
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Beware! Zika reaches India, WHO confirms 3 cases in Gujarat

Zika virus disease has reached India, with the World Health Organisation confirming first three cases in Gujarat's Ahmedabad. The WHO endorsed the findings of laboratory tests conducted in the country, saying all three cases, including that of a pregnanat woman, were reported from Bapunagar area of the city. The disease is spread by daytime-active Aedes mosquitoes and an infection during pregnancy can cause birth defects in newborns known as microcephaly--a condition in which babies' head is ...
 Rediff.com12 hours ago WHO confirms three Zika virus cases in Ahmedabad, 1st in the country  Rediff.com1 day ago
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Indian Army dominating entire stretch of LoC and IB, says Jaitley

The Indian Army is in "domination" along the full stretch of the Line of Control and the international border in Jammu and Kashmir and is "fully prepared" to deal with any security challenge, Defence Minister Arun Jaitley said on Saturday. He said the internal situation in Pakistan is such that the country needs to keep alive the "tension" over the Kashmir issue, adding India had made sustained efforts to create an environment for talks. Jaitley also defended an army officer who had tied a man ...
 Rediff.com13 hours ago Pakistan is a 'well of death', says Uzma after returning to India  Rediff.com3 days ago India destroys Pak army bunkers across LoC  Rediff.com5 days ago
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Harmanpreet to play in ECB's Kia Super League

IMAGE: Harmanpreet Kaur in action. Photograph: BCCI/Twitter. India's T20 captain Harmanpreet Kaur is set to represent the Surrey Stars in Kia Super League, the T20 tournament hosted by the England and Wales Cricket Board (ECB) after a successful stint with Sydney Thunders in Women's Big Bash League, last year. An attacking batswoman and a useful off-spinner, Harmanpreet was the first Indian player to be signed for the WBBL hosted by Cricket Australia alongside Smriti Mandhana. Playing for ...
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Agarkar is Mumbai senior team's chief selector

IMAGE: Ajit Agarkar, left, with Zaheer Khan. Photograph: PTI. Former India pacer Ajit Agarkar has been appointed as the chairman of the selection committee for the senior and under-23 Mumbai men's team by the Mumbai Cricket Association. Agarkar, who grabbed 288 ODI wickets in 191 matches, replaces former cricketer Milind Rege at the helm of affairs of the selection committee for the senior team. Agarkar, now 39, played his last Test match versus Pakistan in 2006 and last ODI against England ...
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