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Vardy's absence won't stop Leicester from winning Premier League: Simpson

Apr 29, 2016

Vardy's absence won't stop Leicester from winning Premier League: Simpson

London: Leicester City defender Danny Simpson insists the prolonged absence of star striker Jamie Vardy won't stop the Premier League leaders clinching th
The Olympian rower who was afraid of water! Ten things to know about Dattu Bhokanal

Apr 27, 2016

The Olympian rower who was afraid of water! Ten things to know about Dattu Bhokanal

and Devender Khandwal (Beijing 2008; men's lightweight double sculls) and Sawarn Singh (London 2012; men's singles sculls) and Manjit Singh and Sandeep Kumar (London 2012; men
All you need to know about Salman Khan-Rio Olympics 2016 controversy

Apr 26, 2016

All you need to know about Salman Khan-Rio Olympics 2016 controversy

Salman Khan as ambassador be revised.”Meanwhile Yogeshwar Dutt, the London Olympics bronze-medallist, said he cannot understand what purpose such an appointment will serve for the athlete
James Taylor retires: Sickening tale of a promising cricket career nipped in the bud

Apr 13, 2016

James Taylor retires: Sickening tale of a promising cricket career nipped in the bud

Pietersen in the next Test, but had to then wait more than three years to get back in the side. When he did get a go at Test cricket again, he made an excellent 76 in November 2015, when he
Mahela Jayawardene to play alongside Chris Gayle for Somerset in upcoming Natwest T20 Blast

Mar 31, 2016

Mahela Jayawardene to play alongside Chris Gayle for Somerset in upcoming Natwest T20 Blast

London: English county cricket club Somerset signed Sri Lankan batting legend Mahela Jayawardene on Thursday for their NatWest T20 Blast campaign this summer.
Graphene sheets inspired from moth's eyes could power 'smart wallpapers': Scientists

Mar 01, 2016

Graphene sheets inspired from moth's eyes could power 'smart wallpapers': Scientists

London: New ultra-thin, patterned graphene sheets developed by scientists could enable future applications such as "smart wallpaper" generating elect