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Women's IPL Will Help In Players Getting Indian women’s cricket captain Mithali Raj believes that a women’s IPL will help in getting exposure to the domestic players as well. Mithali believes while a possibility of such a scenario wasn’t possible a couple of years back, but is closer to reality after her team’s brilliant World Cup campaign. 31-Jul-2017
Has The PCI Controversies Taken Sheen Ou In what was supposed to be a felicitation ceremony for the para-athletes representing the country, it became a case of administrators counting their own achievements. NNIS asks Paralympic Committee of India (PCI) on why the committee is always making wrong headlines and has it taken the sheen out of the players’ achievements 31-Jul-2017
Being Named The World Cup XI Captain Is Indian skipper Mithali Raj, who was chosen as the captain of the ICC Women’s World Cup 2017 team by the International Cricket Council (ICC) termed it as a ‘privilege’ to lead the World XI. 31-Jul-2017
Djokovic to miss rest of the season with Serbian tennis player Novak Djokovic says he is to miss the rest of 2017 season with injury. 31-Jul-2017
It’s A Beginning Of Good Time For Wome Overwhelmed by the warm reception on returning home after their memorable campaign at the ICC World Cup, Indian skipper Mithali Raj on Wednesday said it is just the beginning of good time for women’s cricket. 31-Jul-2017
Grand Welcome For Indian Women’s Crick Amid cheers and enthusiasm of fans, the Indian Women’s Cricket team arrived in Mumbai, early Wednesday morning. 31-Jul-2017
Women’s IPL will help players in getti Mumbai, July 26 (ANI): Indian Women’s Cricket team captain Mithali Raj on Wednesday called for Indian Premier League (IPL) for women, saying that such leagues will help players in getting exposure. The team is back to India after winning hearts through their performance in recently held ICC Women's World Cup at Lord’s and while addressing the mediapersons, the Captain said it is the beginning of good time for Women's Cricket. 31-Jul-2017
Sania Mirza Holds Court With India’s F The home of tennis ace Sania Mirza witnessed to a tennis clinic where 30 local junior players and 10 children from the Freedom Again Foundation had a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to be on court with six-time Grand Slam winner and two-time WTA Finals doubles champions Sania Mirza. 31-Jul-2017
Vidal not leaving Bayern - Ancelotti Bayern Munich coach Carlo Ancelotti says midfield enforcer Arturo Vidal is not leaving the club this summer. 31-Jul-2017
Incredible What The Indian Women’s Tea Ace tennis player Sania Mirza lauded the Indian Women’s cricket team and its skipper Mithali Raj for their excellent performance in the ICC Women’s World Cup. 31-Jul-2017
Inter Milan 'wants to keep Perisic' desp Spalletti says Inter want to keep coveted Croatian winger Ivan Perisic 31-Jul-2017
Vijay Goel Seeks Explanation From Afi On The Union Sports Ministry has sought an explanation from the Athletics Federation of India (AFI) for dropping track and athlete PU Chitra, who won gold at the Asian Athletics Championships from the Indian team for the 2017 IAAF World Championships, to be held in London in August. 31-Jul-2017
McGrath Calls For Early End To OZ Pay Di The pay dispute involving the Australian cricketers have been dragging on for quite some time now. With their tour of Bangladesh coming up, legendary Aussie pace Glenn McGrath called for the dispute to end soon. 31-Jul-2017
Women’s Cricket Team Show Will Inspire Sports Minister Vijay Goel asked the Indian Under-17 football squad to draw inspiration from the national women’s cricket team ahead of their maiden appearance in the FIFA Under-17 World Cup to be hosted by the country for the first time later this year. 31-Jul-2017
India U-17 Will Prove To Be The Dark Hor Sports Minister Vijay Goel believes India U-17 Team will enter the FIFA U-17 World Cup as the dark horses. 31-Jul-2017
Para Athletes Return Victorious From Wor The Paralympic Committee of India President, Rao Inderjit Singh welcomed the medalists of the World Championship in a felicitation ceremony in Delhi, which was marred by controversy. While Sundar Gurjar, Sharad Kumar and Amit Saroha were present for the event, Varun Bhati and Karam Jyoti were absent from the event. 31-Jul-2017
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UK fin min says will not slash taxes pos British finance minister Philip Hammond says Britain will not slash taxes after Brexit. The move might help negotiations for a trade deal with the EU but could disappoint businesses. Silvia Antonioli reports. 31-Jul-2017
Dieselgate: Germany open to class action Germany is open in principle to class action lawsuits against carmakers engulfed in the diesel emissions cheating scandal, the Transport Ministry said on Monday ahead of a diesel summit this week. David Pollard reports. 31-Jul-2017
Deadly protests mar Venezuelan election Venezuela's ruling Socialist Party has vowed that a newly elected legislative super-body will begin passing laws quickly after a vote that was boycotted by the opposition and slammed by foreign governments as an affront to democracy. Ciara Lee reports. 31-Jul-2017
Inventor of the 'Smiley' talks emoji's The son of the man who created the Smiley emoticon in the 1970's says that he took over his fathers' business and revolutionised communication. Sarah Mills reports. 31-Jul-2017
Brexit battle for London agencies hits d Midnight is the deadline for EU countries to submit bids to host the European Banking Authority and European Medicines Agency, both set to move from London after Brexit. And it's turning into a fiercely fought battle. Jacob Greaves reports. 31-Jul-2017
Cheers for Heineken after strong H1 resu Beer maker Heineken beats analysts' expectations with its first half results. It posted strong growth in Europe and staged a turnaround in Africa and the Americas. Silvia Antonioli reports. 31-Jul-2017
Chinese factories cool but Japan's pick Japan's factory output rebounded in June from a decline in May as production of cars and industrial chemicals increased, but growth in China's manufacturing sector cooled slightly in July. David Pollard reports. 31-Jul-2017
HSBC profits rise, $2 billion buyback pl HSBC announces a 5% year-on-year profit growth for the first half of 2017, as well as a plan to buy back up to $2 billion of its own shares. Graham Mackay reports. 31-Jul-2017
HSBC's half-year profit rise beats estim HSBC announces a 5% year-on-year profit growth for the first half of 2017, as well as a plan to buy back up to $2 billion of its own shares. Graham Mackay reports. 31-Jul-2017
Tesla hands out keys to lower-priced mod Tesla Chief Executive Officer Elon Musk revealed advanced orders for the lower-priced Model 3 electric vehicle topped half a million as he handed over the first 30 keys to employee buyers. Conway G. Gittens reports. 31-Jul-2017
Chevron swings to profit, Exxon misses Exxon's results were overshadowed by rival Chevron, which easily exceeded Wall Street's expectations with a double-digit percentage increase in production. Fred Katayama reports. 31-Jul-2017
Earnings knock S&P 500 Weak earnings and a drop in tobacco shares pulled the S&P 500 lower Friday. But the Dow again eked out a gain. Fred Katayama reports. 31-Jul-2017
Starbucks shares tumble Starbucks' stock fell as its membership growth slowed in the United States, triggering concerns over the coffee chain's ability to meet long-term growth targets. Fred Katayama reports. 31-Jul-2017
Air France-KLM, Virgin, Delta in allianc Air France-KLM unveiled on Friday its plans with Virgin Atlantic and Delta Air Lines to combine two overlapping transatlantic joint-ventures, supported by equity deals worth $1 billion, as airlines brace for more competition. Laura Frykberg reports. 31-Jul-2017
U.S. growth speeds up Spending by consumers and businesses drove second quarter growth. Fred Katayama reports. 31-Jul-2017
Phantom: Rolls-Royce's new "pinnacle of Rolls-Royce unveils its new, super-luxury Phantom version VIII. Ciara Lee reports one of the longest-standing models in automotive history, and the model's global appeal. 31-Jul-2017
French economy grows 0.5 pct in Q2 on ex France rides the wave of an export surge with a third straight quarter of strong growth - but is still outdone by Spain. Its latest data shows output expanding by 0.9 per cent between April and June. David Pollard reports. 31-Jul-2017
Banks: bigger bucks for UBS but not Barc Big banks across Europe have posted results, with BNP Paribas and Santander benefiting from restructuring and investment, and Barclays suffering from the sale of its Africa division. Laura Frykberg reports. 31-Jul-2017
A record price tag for London's "Walkie London's skyline claims a new record with the sale of the iconic 'Walkie Talkie' building. At £1.28 billion ($1.68 billion), it's the highest price ever paid for an office building in the UK. 31-Jul-2017
Profits plunge, but Amazon ploughs on Amazon shares - up nearly 40 percent this year - fall over three percent as the online retail giant reveals a 77 per cent drop in quarterly income despite a jump in retail sales - ending CEO Jeff Bezos's brief reign as the world's richest person. David Pollard reports. 31-Jul-2017
Starbucks to pump $1.3 billion into Chin Starbucks says it's making a long-term investment in China, amid worries that growth from its dominant U.S. market is cooling. Samantha Vadas reports. 31-Jul-2017
Tech slides on Wall Street Technology and transportation shares dragged the S&P 500 lower Thursday. Amazon shares dropped in after-hours trading. Fred Katayama reports. 31-Jul-2017
Jeff Bezos becomes world’s richest man A pop in Amazon's stock on Thursday morning made the company's president and CEO Jeff Bezos the richest man on Earth, according to Forbes. Fred Katayama reports. 31-Jul-2017
'High Times' magazine to go public - sou The iconic marijuana magazine is set to launch an initial public offering as the pot industry booms. Jonah Green reports. 31-Jul-2017
New York arcade offers virtual world A virtual reality playground opens up in New York City for those brave enough to try it. Havovi Cooper reports. 31-Jul-2017
Twitter shares tumble Twitter shares plunged after the microblogging company disappointed investors with stagnant monthly active user growth in the second quarter. Fred Katayama reports. 31-Jul-2017
London Olympics' legacy off track for lo Five years after the London Olympics, the Games' legacy is off-track for locals priced out by rocketing property prices. Laura Frykberg reports. 31-Jul-2017
Russia sanctions may hit European intere As Russia prepares for the possibility of new sanctions from the U.S., it's not the only economy bracing for the possible impact. As Kate King reports, business groups in Germany, for one, believe they could harm some European firms. 31-Jul-2017
Amid AIMIM workers’ protest, Taslima N Aurangabad, July 31 (ANI): Bangladeshi author Taslima Nasrin was sent back from Aurangabad Airport on Sunday night, after AIMIM workers protested against her entry in Aurangabad. As soon as the protestors came to know Nasrin’s plans of spending three days in the city, they gathered outside the airport. Following this, the author was stopped at the airport and was sent back to Mumbai. The protest was led by AIMIM legislator Imtiaz Jaleel who claimed that her visit would paralyse law and order in the city. Taslima Nasrin had planned a visit to Aurangabad to explore the caves of Ajanta and Ellora. 31-Jul-2017
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