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Those named by Ghosh have no link with Saradha: Sudipta

Wednesday 27 November '13

Sudipta Sen, chairman of the bust Saradha Group that left thousands defrauded, Tuesday said that the persons named by arrested Trinamool Congress MP Kunal Ghosh in a Facebook post, had no link with hi...
Sports Bbar: Williams named player of year

Saturday 23 November '13

Serena Williams has warned the rest of women's tennis there is more to come from her.
This time there is no fire, it's just 'The Ashes'

Thursday 21 November '13

It's going to be a tough battle like it was in England, said Australia skipper Michael Clarke.
‘Fed officials felt taper may happen at next meetings’

Thursday 21 November '13

European Central Bank may do more to shore up the economic recovery.
Johnson to target Trott, Barmy Army

Wednesday 20 November '13

The last time England were in Australia in 2010-11.
India not a great investment story, turnaround can make it 'best': CLSA's Chris Wood

Tuesday 19 November '13

Christopher Wood, CLSA’s equity strategist, says investment turnaround must for India to outperform.
Yellen testimony shores up markets for the second day

Saturday 16 November '13

At 2 pm EST, the Dow Jones industrial average was up 50.66 points, or 0.32 per cent, at 15,926.88
Mahindra & Mahindra Q2 profit rises 9.7 pct at Rs 989 cr, beats estimates despite SUV sales slowdown

Wednesday 13 November '13

Mahindra & Mahindra had reported a profit of Rs 901.8 crore a year earlier.
Graeme Swann hits back at 'Dad's Army' jibe

Tuesday 12 November '13

Ageing off-spinner Swann insisted Monday that England are not too old to defend the Ashes.
Bhullar wins Indian Open Pro-Am

Thursday 7 November '13

The Pro-Am was delayed by an hour due to fog in the morning.
Morsi on trial: Hearing begins as former pres faces jail or death

Monday 4 November '13

Egypt remains divided over the fate of the Muslim Brotherhood leader.
Sportsbar: Bopanna-Vasselin ousted

Sunday 3 November '13

The Manpreet Singh-led India play hosts Japan.
Jeev finish with four-over 146 but still manages to make cut in Japan

Saturday 2 November '13

Jeev Milkha dropped from one-under to three-over to lie tied 56th.
Bhullar drops with late bogeys

Saturday 2 November '13

It's hard to explain what went wrong there but I'm sure I'll be back with a clear focus tomorrow, Bhullar.
2100 militants, 67 civilians killed in US drone attacks, says Pak Minister

Wednesday 30 October '13

The minister said govt agencies are trying hard to curb terrorism in the country.
Suicide attacks across Iraq kill 20, October deaths climb to 600

Wednesday 30 October '13

Sectarian violence has flared up in Iraq, reaching levels unseen since 2008.
Patna serial bomb blasts: Detained persons released in Ranchi, raids continue

Monday 28 October '13

Police recovered black powder, materials used to make IEDs and pressure cookers during the raids.
BSE Sensex up nearly 77 points, Maruti Suzuki and Hindustan Unilever gain

Monday 28 October '13

The index had lost nearly 211 points in the previous four sessions.
Defoe helps Spurs maintain perfect run

Saturday 26 October '13

Fiorentina, Salzburg, Eintracht Frankfurt and Ludogorets joined Spurs on nine points from three games.
Sachin declines to pick from artist's collection

Saturday 26 October '13

It is learned that Tendulkar declined to pick from the collection, and conveyed to the officials that he would choose his own gift.


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