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Final date: Ferrer meets Nadal
April 23, 2011
Five-time champion Rafael Nadal produced a decidedly patchy effort Saturday in recording his 500th career win to reach S ...
Bhutia sets sights on 2015 Asian Cup
January 20, 2011
India captain Bhaichung Bhutia says he will refuse to let injuries dictate when he ends his career and intends to still ...
The men who were hanged alongside Saddam
December 30, 2006
The two men hanged alongside Saddam were Barzan Ibrahim Hassan al-Tikriti, one of Saddam's three half-brothers and a for ...
Italy's skinny babes barred to walk ramp!
December 18, 2006
To promote a healthy and generous image of beauty, a new code of ethics has been designed in Italy to keep the very youn ...
Samuel's century help WI win 4th ODI
December 13, 2006
The West Indies, trailing 2-1, need to win the fifth and final match in Karachi on Saturday to square the series.
Pakistan doping ban U-turn inexplicable
December 7, 2006
Ramiz Raza believes that the PCB has messed up the whole issue bringing Pak in news for the wrong reasons again.
Former England captains vent Ashes anger
December 6, 2006
Several ex-skippers question Duncan Fletcher's team selections, asking why Monty Panesar was sidelined in the first two ...
Mittal takes over top Bulgarian football side
December 5, 2006
Mittal had paid around ?14 million to become the first Indian to own a top flight European side.
Annan: A skillful chief clouded by scandals
October 9, 2006
A Washington-based Brookings Institution analyst belives Annan could have been stronger to use the UN as a bully pulpit.
Disappointed US condemns Thai coup
September 21, 2006
The US also called for a return to civilian rule as soon as possible, saying there is no justification for a coup.
AirAsia gears up for flights to China, India
July 18, 2006
With Malaysia liberalising its aviation industry AirAsia plans to fly to China and India in the early 2007.
Pakistani jailed for honour killing of daughter
June 29, 2006
The prosecution described the murder as an honour killing, the ninth in Denmark in the past decade
Home is where the victory is
May 16, 2006
Statistics say the tournament hosts have a powerful weapon up their sleeve - the home advantage.
Indonesian Prez mulling graft case against Suharto
May 11, 2006
Indonesia's president is still deciding whether to drop a graft case against ailing former dictator Suharto.
Achtung! Britain gets first ghost school
January 22, 2006
UK's Muncaster Castle has been chosen as a ghost school because of its spine-chilling reputation for spooks and spectres ...
India vs England 2nd ODI Live: India on the backfoot
12 Team Modi members face criminal cases, Uma Bharti tops the list
Martin Scorsese set to start work on Shutter Island to TV
Matt Damon tips toilet water on his head in ALS Ice Bucket Challenge
The Alia effect: How Bollywood learnt to laugh at itself
Nitish-Lalu's grand alliance trumps BJP in Bihar bypolls
Modi’s first check-up as PM cripples AIIMS
Uttarakhand: 56-year-old woman kills leopard with axe and sickle
'Air India Day' today, tickets for Rs 100
WATCH: Alia Bhatt can laugh at herself, can you?
PMO defends Rajnath, denies allegations against his son
SC puts onus on PM to oust ministers facing criminal charges
Govt asks Pepsi to cut down sugar in soda drinks
Bank accounts for all Indians will be a challenge
SC asks real estate giant DLF to pay Rs 630-cr fine
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