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Asian Games: Gowda's silver brings smiles after Sarita's shocking defeat

Oct 01, 2014

Asian Games: Gowda's silver brings smiles after Sarita's shocking defeat

Ace discus thrower Vikas Gowda was the country's top performer with a silver as India added four medals to maintain their 10th position in the overall standings on a controversy-marred day for the boxers at the 17th Asian Games. #Sports #India #Boxing #hockey #South Korea #Athletics #Mary Kom #Sarita Devi #Sailing #Vikas Gowda #Incheon #Asian Games 2014 #India at Asian Games 2014 #Aishwarya Nedunchezhiyan #Varsha Gautham
Asian Games: Teenage duo give India historic sailing bronze

Sep 30, 2014

Asian Games: Teenage duo give India historic sailing bronze

India bagged their first-ever medal in the Asian Games women's sailing competition as Varsha Gautam and crew Aishwarya Nedunchezhiyan won a bronze in the 29er Women's Two Person Dinghy event. #Sports #India #Asian Games #Sailing #Incheon #Asian Games 2014 #India at Asian Games 2014
Fire at SAIL's IISCO plant, 21 injured, two in ICU

Sep 25, 2014

Fire at SAIL's IISCO plant, 21 injured, two in ICU

The incident occurred during a planned shutdown taken for carrying out rectification jobs in one of the pre-heaters of the coke oven battery. #NewsTracker #West Bengal #SAIL #accident #IISCO steel plant #Burnpur
Newlyweds Angelina Jolie, Brad Pitt buy luxury yacht for 250 million pounds

Sep 15, 2014

Newlyweds Angelina Jolie, Brad Pitt buy luxury yacht for 250 million pounds

Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie have reportedly spent 250 million pounds on a luxury yacht. They plan to spend a further 2,00,000 pounds to have the luxury vessel fitted to their own specifications. #Hollywood #Brad Pitt #Angelina Jolie #Brangelina #Luxury yacht #Sailing #celeb wedding
Extraordinary number of icebergs in 1914 to blame for sinking of Titanic

Aug 20, 2014

Extraordinary number of icebergs in 1914 to blame for sinking of Titanic

There were a greater number of icebergs than normal that year, and weather conditions had driven them further south and earlier in the year than usual, the researchers said. #England #New York #Global warming #Arctic #research #Ship #Titanic #Iceberg #Sailing #Glaciers #luxury liner #Atlantic #South Hampton