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Nov 24, 2017
Mumbai Open: Ankita Raina enters quarter-finals with comprehensive win over Thailand’s Peangtarn PlipuechIndia's Ankita Raina continued her impressive progress in the USD 125,000 L&T Mumbai Open by outclassing her higher ranked opponent Peangtarn Plipuech of Thailand in straight sets to make a maiden entry into the singles quarterfinals of a WTA Series event.
Nov 23, 2017
Chinese AI start-up SenseTime Group planning an IPO and US R&D centerSenseTime provides applications for facial recognition, video analysis and other areas including autonomous driving.
Nov 21, 2017
India up 3 spots to 51 on IMD's World Talent ranking but country's education investment among bottom 5In India, remuneration levels, quality of life, security and property rights are deterrent to domestic employment, according to the IMD Switzerland.
Nov 18, 2017
China Open Superseries Premier: PV Sindhu, Carolina Marin's loss to Gao Fangjie raises issue of fatigued starsThe series of shock results in the women’s singles threw up several questions, including the one inadvertently raised by the talented Gao Fangjie, who defeated PV Sindhu and Carolina Marin in her giant-killing run to the title round.
Nov 17, 2017
China Open Superseries Premier: Angus Ng Ka-long stuns Lee Chong Wei; Viktor Axelsen too moves into semisThe unseeded Ng defeated seventh-seeded Lee 21-12, 15-21, 21-19 to surge into Saturday's semi-finals in Fuzhou.
Nov 16, 2017
Forbes Asia 50 Richest Families: India leads with 18, followed by Hong Kong with 9; Ambanis rank 1 with $44.8 bnArray
Nov 14, 2017
AFC Asian Cup qualifiers: Hong Kong fans boo China's national anthem; authorities contemplate stricter measuresHundreds of Hong Kong football fans booed and jeered the Chinese national anthem at an Asia Cup qualifier match on Tuesday in defiance of Communist Party rulers in Beijing, while others turned their backs.
Nov 09, 2017
Shuttler Ajay Jayaram pulls out of China and Hong Kong Open due to hamstring injuryRecovering from a hamstring injury, Indian shuttler Ajay Jayaram has decided to pull out of the next two Superseries tournaments in China and Hong Kong.
Nov 05, 2017
FIFA trial into charges of wire fraud, money laundering set to begin in Brooklyn on MondayIt will be a hugely complicated trial, expected to last weeks if not months, with prosecutors expected to present 350,000 pages of evidence and dozens of witnesses.
Nov 04, 2017
In China, citizens can now be jailed for up to three years for disrespecting national anthemArray