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Thursday 9 January '14The stylish right-handed batsman punched the air in delight after reaching the century mark.
Thursday 9 January '14Del Potro continued his encouraging buildup to Australian Open by reaching semi-finals.
Thursday9 January '14Lionel Messi came off the bench and scored twice on his return from injury.
Thursday9 January '14City effectively sealed their place in final at Wembley with another one-sided demonstration.
Thursday9 January '14Mitchell Johnson will be rested for Sunday's first one-day international against England.
Thursday9 January '14IndusInd Bank shares are down 1.2 per cent at 0545 GMT.
Thursday9 January '14Jubilant Foodworks share price fell 2.4 percent after RBI said purchases by FIIs had reached limit.
Thursday9 January '14Singapore Airlines has chosen Airbus's A320 to launch its new Indian JV with Tata Sons...
Thursday9 January '14The Red Devils can still reach the League Cup final at Wembley if they overturn the deficit at Old Trafford on January 22.
Thursday9 January '14Pietersen was one of several players who came under fire for their performances on the ill-fated tour.
Thursday9 January '14Yahoo CEO unveils handful of new products, possible rival to Google Now, at CES in Las Vegas.
Wednesday8 January '14Younis Khan and Misbah departed in the space of an over in similar fashion.
Wednesday8 January '14Valcke's announcement comes more than three years after Qatar was awarded the tournament.
Wednesday8 January '14World number five Juan Martin del Potro began his 2014 season with a win.
Wednesday8 January '14Borini scored a second-half penalty to give the Premier League's bottom club a one-goal lead.
Wednesday8 January '14Little Eye Labs is backed by GSF and VenturEast Tenet Fund.
Wednesday8 January '14Morton took a one-handed catch while sitting on Seddon Park bank off a Powell six.
Wednesday8 January '14Andy Flower and Kevin Pietersen moved quickly on Wednesday to dampen media speculation.
Wednesday8 January '14Chen Guangbiao, known for his flashy philanthropy, does not hold shares in New York Times.
Wednesday8 January '14BSE Sensex had lost almost 485 points in past five sessions.
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