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IPL spot-fixing: Case adjourned; next hearing on July 25


New Delhi, June 29: A Delhi court which was set to hear the proceedings of (Indian Premier League) IPL spot fixing case of 2013 has adjourned the hearings to July 25. The order on framing of charges was scheduled to be given out on Monday, but the court postponed it to the later date. Special Cell of Delhi Police which ...

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Mirza-Hingis advance to Aegon International semis


London, June 25: Indian tennis ace Sania Mirza and her Swiss partner Martina Hingis produced a resilient performance as they beat Hao-Ching Chan and Flavia Pennetta in their doubles event to reach the semi-finals of the Aegon International in Eastbourne.The Indo-Swiss duo recovered from a set down to overcome the unseeded duo of Taipei’s Chan and Pennetta of Italy 4-6, ...

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Former Pakistan captain Zaheer Abbas confirmed as ICC President


Barbados, June 25 : Former Pakistan captain Zaheer Abbas has assumed the role of the International Cricket Council (ICC) president on day three of the ICC Annual Conference week in Barbados.Zaheer began his one-year term and thanked the ICC Board and the Full Council for confirming his nomination. “I feel truly honoured and humbled to be appointed as the President ...

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Indian amongst billionaires eyeing a USD 3.8M Ferrari


Washington, June 23 : Floyd Mayweather’s 3.8 million US dollars ultra-rare Ferrari Enzo is the hot new item that billionaires are lusting for.According to the boxer’s car dealer guy, Mayweather had put his wheels up for sale only last week, but they have received crazy response from people from countries like Australia, Japan, Great Britain, Germany, Austria, India, South Africa, ...

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Indian men, women to play their second encounters in HWL


Antwerp (Belgium) June 23 : The Indian men’s and women’s hockey teams will be playing their second round encounters of the Hockey World League Semi-finals here today, facing New Zealand and Poland respectively.The women’s team, led by Ritu Rani, would be looking for a win today as a defeat will further slim their chances of booking a place in next ...

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