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Paris police open fire on car at Tour de France barricades

Jul 26, 2015

Paris police open fire on car at Tour de France barricades

Paris police officers opened fire on a car that tried to crash through barricades hours before the final arrival of the Tour de France cycling race on Sunday, a police official said. #Sports #Cycling #Tour de France #SportsTracker #Paris Police #Car Barricade
Pain and Gain: The best of Tour de France 2015 opening stages

Jul 07, 2015

Pain and Gain: The best of Tour de France 2015 opening stages

The 102nd edition of the Tour de France started in Utrecht, Netherlands, on 4 July 2015. #France #Cycling #Tour de France #Belgium #Netherlands #ImagesOfThe Day #Team Sky
Froome in charge after crash-marred Tour de France third stage

Jul 07, 2015

Froome in charge after crash-marred Tour de France third stage

Froome leads German Tony Martin (Etixx-Quick Step) by one second with American Tejay van Garderen in third place 13 seconds off the pace. #Cycling #Tour de France #Alberto Contador #SportsTracker #Chris Froome
Endurance cycling: Grand welcome for Mahajan brothers after RAAM success

Jul 02, 2015

Endurance cycling: Grand welcome for Mahajan brothers after RAAM success

The Mahajan brothers, who became the first Indian team to complete the world's toughest cycle race Race Across America (RAAM) earlier this week, were accorded a grand welcome in their home town on Thursday. #Cycling #Team India #SportsTracker #RAAM #Race Across America #Mahajan Brothers #Endurance Cycling #Sports for Charity
Photos: The two Indian doctor brothers who cycled across America to create history

Jul 02, 2015

Photos: The two Indian doctor brothers who cycled across America to create history

Doctor brothers Mahendra and Hitendra Mahajan set a milestone by becoming the first Indians to complete the endurance cycling event, 4,800-km / 3000 mile bicycle race Race Across America (RAAM) #Cycling #Team India #ImagesOfTheDay #SportsTracker #RAAM #Race Across America #Mahajan Brothers #Endurance Cycling #Sports for Charity
Pollution, be gone: 25,000 people cycle to a faraway park in Beijing to photograph clear skies

Jun 15, 2015

Pollution, be gone: 25,000 people cycle to a faraway park in Beijing to photograph clear skies

Beijings Jingshan Park saw a group of over 25,000 people on Friday morning. And they had all gathered there for one reason: to photograph clear skies. #Cycling #Beijing #Smog #Pollution #Forbidden City #Shareworthy #jingshan park
Govt has no silver bullet, the problem is demand slowdown and not policy, says Crisil

May 19, 2015

Govt has no silver bullet, the problem is demand slowdown and not policy, says Crisil

Crisil believes the government has to pick up the gauntlet and try to push the investment cycle #Economic growth #CRISIL #investment cycle #demand slowdown #private consumption
Fiscal picture is better than it seems; "achche din" may begin from end of 2015

Apr 17, 2015

Fiscal picture is better than it seems; "achche din" may begin from end of 2015

When states are going to corner two-thirds of tax revenues, it makes little sense to focus only on the Centre's fiscal deficit. The combined picture is looking better than that of only the centre, though the pay commission could be a spoiler. #Economy #ConnectTheDots #fiscal deficit #14th Finance Commission #investment cycle #Seventh Pay Commission #Consumption Cycle
Crude shock: Deeper crisis in Yemen could mean your loan rates won't fall as expected

Mar 27, 2015

Crude shock: Deeper crisis in Yemen could mean your loan rates won't fall as expected

India being heavily dependent nation on imported fuel, any major external shocks can significantly upset the inflation projections and rate stance of the central bank #RBI #Interest rate #Repo rate #Yemen #public sector banks #corporate earnings #NPAs #Saudi Arabia #crude oil price #capex cycle
High hopes as African minnows take on Tour de France elite

Mar 06, 2015

High hopes as African minnows take on Tour de France elite

Qhubeka's ambitions are modest in their maiden Tour de France but team manager Douglas Ryder predicts the African outfit will be on the podium of the world's most famous cycling race within five years. #Cycling #Tour de France #Africa #SportsTracker #cyclists #African riders #cycling race