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Novak Djokovic still favourite for US Open, says John McEnroe

Aug 22, 2014

Novak Djokovic still favourite for US Open, says John McEnroe

Roger Federer is the form player going into next week's U.S. Open but Novak Djokovic is favourite to win the title for a second time, according to former champion John McEnroe. #Sports #Tennis #John McEnroe #Roger Federer #Novak Djokovic #Andy Murray #US Open 2014
US Open Federer, Djokovic favoured to wage another title showdown

Aug 22, 2014

US Open Federer, Djokovic favoured to wage another title showdown

Top seed Novak Djokovic and number two Roger Federer are favoured to wage another title showdown in the last grand slam of 2014, although some emerging young guns have other ideas for the U.S. Open. #Sports #Tennis #Roger Federer #Novak Djokovic #Andy Murray #Arthur Ashe Stadium #US Open 2014
US Open 2014 Tough draw for Djokovic, easy path for Federer

Aug 21, 2014

US Open 2014 Tough draw for Djokovic, easy path for Federer

Former champions Novak Djokovic and Andy Murray face a potential tough US Open quarter-final after the draw made Thursday for the final Grand Slam of 2014. Meanwhile, second-seeded Roger Federer has a lighter-looking path, with seventh-seeded Bulgarian Grigor Dimitrov his scheduled quarter-final foe. #Sports #Tennis #Serena Williams #Roger Federer #Novak Djokovic #Maria Sharapova #Andy Murray #Draw #Jo-Wilfried Tsonga #US Open 2014
Federal power in exchange of GST Modi should offer states a hard bargain

Aug 19, 2014

Federal power in exchange of GST Modi should offer states a hard bargain

If Modi wants to accomplish much in five years, he should offer states a grand bargain: more legislative powers and less central intrusion if they sign up for GST. #GST #Modi #Land acquisition #Labour laws #Federalism #Vasundhara Raje #Federal powers

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The real tragedy of Indian basketball

Aug 04, 2014

The real tragedy of Indian basketball

Indians learned to love the game because it is relatively simple to play, requires little space and infrastructure and thanks to substitutions can accommodate many players at once. #OnOurMind #NBA #basketball #Basketball Federation of India #Indian Basketball
It is time for Indian sports to have its own AAP movement

Dec 09, 2013

It is time for Indian sports to have its own AAP movement

Just like a good player doesn't automatically become a good coach, there is no guarantee that sports administration will improve by putting a sportsperson at the helm. #Sports #India #InMyOpinion #hockey #Hockey India #National Sports Federations #Administrators

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It is time for Indian sports to have its own AAP movement

Aug 22, 2014

EXCLUSIVE: School officials lose $356M in special education funds

City public schools lost $356 million during the past three years in federal Medicaid payments for special education services because city and state officials failed to properly apply for reimbursement, the Daily News has learned...
It is time for Indian sports to have its own AAP movement

Aug 21, 2014

U.S. Open draws up a winning path for Serena Williams

You don’t win the U.S. Open at the pre-tournament draw, but life can be made considerably easier. And that’s what happened on Thursday for both Serena Williams and Roger Federer, who found themselves nestled just about perfectly in the brackets while... #Serena Williams #Roger Federer
It is time for Indian sports to have its own AAP movement

Aug 21, 2014

Florida gay marriage ban struck down by judge

A federal judge on Thursday declared Florida’s ban on same-sex marriage unconstitutional, joining judges across the country who have sided with gay couples wishing to tie the knot... #Serena Williams #Roger Federer