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Mkts volatile; cap goods, metals up, pvt banks dip ... 17.3.2028 CNN-IBN Top Stories
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Kallis ton sets the pace for South Africa 1.6.2022 CNN-IBN Top Stories
South Africa, who were sent in to bat, were 262 for four wickets at the close of the first day of the first test against England on Wednesday.
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Sensex above 14500; telecom, IT, rate sensitives g ... 31.7.2021 CNN-IBN Top Stories
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Dylan Hartley’s England future at risk after red card for Northampton 21.12.2014 The Guardian -- Front Page
• Hooker faces fourth disciplinary hearing in 30 months • Hartley warned about discipline in 2013 by Stuart Lancaster • Match report: Northampton 23-19 Leicester The England hooker Dylan Hartley put his international future in jeopardy nine months before the World Cup when he was sent off for elbowing an opponent during Northampton’s 23-19 win over Leicester, receiving his second red card in 18 months. Hartley, the 28-year-old Saints captain, was dismissed 16 minutes into the east Midlands derby for reacting to being held by Matt Smith by elbowing the centre in the face. The referee, JP Doyle, felt the offence merited a yellow card, but was persuaded to upgrade the offence by the television match official, Sean Davey. Hartley will have a disciplinary hearing next week, his fourth in the last 30 ...
UK exenvoy to India John Freeman is dead 21.12.2014 Hindustan Times: Top Stories
Journalist diplomat and politician John Freeman who was posted as the British high commissioner to India in 1965 and is most known for his interview series Face to Face on BBC with celebrities has died aged ...
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Ishant fined 15 percent for breaching Code of Conduct 21.12.2014 Rediff: Cricket
Indian speedster Ishant Sharma has been fined 15 percent of his match fees for breaching ICC's 'Code of Conduct' during the second cricket Test between India and Australia while Steve Smith was fined 60 percent for his team's slow over-rate.
Ishant fined 50 of match fee for usingnbspfoul language 21.12.2014 Hindustan Times: Cricket
Indian speedster Ishant Sharma has been fined 50 of his match fees for breaching ICCs Code of Conduct during the second Test match between India and Australia while Steve Smith was fined 60 for his teams slow ...
Spotted: Rani Mukerji at Yash Raj studio 21.12.2014 Rediff: Movies
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PD James remembered by Richard Coles 21.12.2014 The Guardian -- Front Page
3 August 1920–27 November 2014 The crime writer was courteous and perspicacious – and alert for the gaps between what was said and what was done Stephen Sutton remembered by his mother While studying for ordination at the College of the Resurrection in Yorkshire, the Reverend Richard Coles chaperoned the crime writer on one of her visits there. “Call me Phyllis! While I’m here!” announced Baroness James of Holland Park on arrival at the College of the Resurrection in Mirfield, West Yorkshire, where I was studying for ordination. Better known as PD James, she had come to research life in such places for her murder mystery Death in Holy Orders . A clever choice, for life in religious communities is exacting and unsparing and as the Superior at the monastery we were attached to once said, “If there was a murder here there would be 50 suspects at ...
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Bigg Boss 8: Karishma Tanna's controversies 21.12.2014 TOI: Entertainment
In her 13-week stay in the Bigg Boss house, Karishma Tanna has courted many controversies and continues to do so. Let's take a look at the times when Karishma Tanna made headlines in the Bigg Boss ...
No tragedy if Wimbledon is served up by pay TV instead of BBC 21.12.2014 The Guardian -- Front Page
The BBC and Wimbledon have gone together like strawberries and cream for nearly 80 years, but tennis went the way of cricket, football and rugby long ago ‘Flog Wimbledon to pay-TV and you sell off a piece of Britain’s soul”, cries the Daily Mail, curiously warm-hearted because the BBC and the tournament “have gone together like strawberries and cream” for nearly 80 years. So repel prospective BT boarders. Slash Langham Place bureaucracy: or something. Alas, though, real tennis fans already have to wander the cable byways of ITV and Eurosport to get proper television coverage of the tennis grand slams. Would it make any difference if one more championship crossed the road - except for finals weekend? You can be suitably dismayed about pay-coverage of cricket, football, rugby, and the rest : but the essential game of sporting thrones is long since lost. Would it be a tragedy if Roger Federer couldn’t watch his own matches on BBC1? He could always catch them on Swiss TV, where the licence fee is ...
Strictly Come Dancing: Flack steps up to take the crown with perfect 40s 21.12.2014 The Guardian -- Front Page
The season final was another showstopper of sidesteps, smiles and spray-tans – with a visit from the ever-shrinking Take That This year’s final of Strictly Come Dancing came at the end of what we aficionados like to term an “interesting” season. As Sir Bruce Forsyth had hung up his tap shoes, the show was hosted by two female presenters, Tess Daly and Claudia Winkleman (yes, two women all on their own), and the world of Saturday night light entertainment seemed to cope extremely well with this unprecedented state of affairs. Then, of course, there were the dancers, or in Judy Murray’s case “A wildly grinning jerky person who wore a sparkly dress and staggered blindly about the stage as if recently stunned by falling bricks.” You couldn’t call what Murray did “dancing” exactly, though it was very nice of her to turn up and amuse us all. Considering what her son does for a living it’s perhaps fitting that she turned out to be an extremely good sport. Of course, Murray didn’t make it to the end – that would ...
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Pakistan dares to ask: will school attack finally end myth of the ‘good Taliban’? 21.12.2014 The Guardian -- World Latest
Decades of state support for jihadis has led to national confusion over who the real enemies are. But the latest attack might be a watershed Continue reading...
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Russia: Why oil crash could threaten Vladimir Putin with a palace coup 21.12.2014 The Guardian -- World Latest
With a growing economic crisis and less money to share among the oligarchs, there is talk of splits in the Kremlin elite that could undermine the president’s power

■ How other oil exporting countries are being affected Continue reading...
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The Peshawar school massacre united Pakistan – but cracks are already showing 21.12.2014 The Guardian -- World Latest
Sadly, once the dust settles, it is likely the military will stick to the policies that ripped apart so many families Continue reading...
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Sceptic JMM to wait and watch 21.12.2014 Telegraph: Front Page
The so-called Modi magic seems to be alive even six months after the parliamentary election results were announced with three exit polls today predicting the emergence of a BJP-led majority government in Jharkhand whose underdevelopment and impoverishment are largely blamed on fractured mandates and unstable governments over the years.
At year-end presser, Obama answers only to women 21.12.2014 TOI: The United States
President Barack Obama caused a minor kerfuffle at his last press conference of the year on Friday by calling on female reporters only to ask questions, evidently in recognition of the industry and smarts of the female White House press ...
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Obama trip plays a role in benching Devyani - Calcutta Telegraph 21.12.2014
Obama trip plays a role in benching Devyani Calcutta Telegraph New Delhi, Dec. 20: Her television interviews violated service rules. But it was an act of near rebellion by Devyani Khobragade last week that sealed the foreign office decision on Thursday to strip the diplomat of her duties, almost exactly a year after her ...
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Priyanka Chopra signs a deal with ABC 21.12.2014 TOI: Entertainment
In an exciting move that paves the way for Indian entertainment talent internationally, award-winning actress and international pop star Priyanka Chopra has signed an exclusive talent and development deal with leading US TV network ABC Television Studios.
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Market forces are what drive film awards: Mahesh Bhatt 21.12.2014 Sify Finance
At the 14th Stardust Awards recently, the Farah Khan directed action-heist comedy Happy New Year, a film that was panned by critics, clinched the maximum number of awards. Farah Khan was crowned dream
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