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Shah Rukh Khan fined Rs 1.93 lakh for illegal ramp outside 'Mannat' in Mumbai

Feb 12, 2016

Shah Rukh Khan fined Rs 1.93 lakh for illegal ramp outside 'Mannat' in Mumbai

Shah Rukh Khan has been fined Rs.1,93,784 by BMC for constructing an illegal ramp outside his bungalow 'Mannat' in Bandra #Shah Rukh Khan #India #NewsTracker #Mannat #BMC
'It was pretty weird': Abrupt removal by BCCI still rankles India's ex-fielding coach Trevor Penney

Feb 12, 2016

'It was pretty weird': Abrupt removal by BCCI still rankles India's ex-fielding coach Trevor Penney

Since Trevor Penney left under controversial circumstances in August 2014, Indians have struggled to perform overseas. Penney feels this is sure to improve because India have enough talent to bank on. #BCCI #India #Cricket #Sri Lanka #IPL #Firstpost Exclusive #SportsTracker #Trevor Penney #Fielding coach #Exclusive Interview
No tickets, venue troubles, Pak and West Indies unsure: World T20's world of problems

Feb 12, 2016

No tickets, venue troubles, Pak and West Indies unsure: World T20's world of problems

Storm clouds were gathering Thursday over cricket's World Twenty20, with organisers still to release tickets or confirm the venues, less than a month before the tournament begins in India. #BCCI #India #Cricket #T20 #Pakistan #Delhi #West Indies #Anurag Thakur #SportsTracker #tickets #ICC World T20 #DDCA #Venue
India, UAE sign 9 agreements, to boost ties further

Feb 12, 2016

India, UAE sign 9 agreements, to boost ties further

Nine agreements were exchanged between India and the UAE, including on cyber security and infrastructure investment, as the two sides agreed to further boost bilateral ties on Thursday, the second day of the three-day visit of Sheikh Mohamed bin Zayed Al Nahyan, Crown Prince of Abu Dhabi and Deputy Commander of the UAE Armed Forces. #India #NewsTracker #Modi #UAE #zayed
David Headley show over, now can we know if Ishrat Jahan was killed in cold blood?

Feb 12, 2016

David Headley show over, now can we know if Ishrat Jahan was killed in cold blood?

How does gospel of Headley change the fact that reports based on investigations by government agencies concluded that Ishrat Jahan was killed in cold blood? #India #Gujarat #Narendra Modi #ConnectTheDots #David Headley #Ujjwal Nikam #Ishrat Jahan #Fake encounter #Javed Sheikh #Lakhvi
Aleppo victory seen giving Russia first Syria exit ramp, if it wants it | Reuters

Feb 12, 2016

Aleppo victory seen giving Russia first Syria exit ramp, if it wants it | Reuters

MOSCOW Aleppo's return to full Syrian government control could give Russia an opportunity to scale back or suspend its air strikes, but Moscow is keeping its options open, experts close to the Kremlin and the defence ministry told Reuters. Russia's aim, which it believes it is close to achieving, is to decisively alter the balance of power so that the Syrian government, the Kremlin's closest Middle East ally, holds a strong set of cards if and when it negotiates with its enemies. #India #Syria #Russia #Africa #United Kingdom #opinion
Ex-servicemen League opposes World T20 tie between India and Pakistan

Feb 11, 2016

Ex-servicemen League opposes World T20 tie between India and Pakistan

Himachal Pradesh's Ex-servicemen League has strongly opposed the hosting of T20 World Cup match between India and Pakistan at Dharamsala on March 19 and asked the BCCI to reconsider its decision, keeping in view the sentiments of families of the martyrs. #Sports #India #Cricket #Pakistan #Dharamsala #World T20 #Ex-servicemen #BCC
Nitish Kumar holds high-level meeting over law and order situation in Bihar

Feb 11, 2016

Nitish Kumar holds high-level meeting over law and order situation in Bihar

Bihar Chief Minister Nitish Kumar on Thursday held a high-level meeting on law and order situation. #India #NewsTracker #Nitish Kumar #Patna #Bihar CM #Law and Order
India crush Sri Lanka to clinch gold in women's hockey at South Asian Games

Feb 11, 2016

India crush Sri Lanka to clinch gold in women's hockey at South Asian Games

A rampaging India stamped their formidable superiority in women's hockey in the region as they steamrolled Sri Lanka 10-0 in the summit clash to clinch gold in the 12th South Asian Games #Sports #India #Gold #Sri Lanka #hockey #SportsTracker #Women's Hockey #South Asian Games #SAG