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Shuttlers Ajay Jayaram, B Sai Praneeth B Indian shuttlers Ajay Jayaram and B Sai Praneeth have advanced to the men’s singles second round of the Korea open 30-Sep-2016
Sreejesh Wanst To Win Against Pak For Th Without mentioning the recent Uri terror attack, Indian national captain PR Sreejesh on Wednesday vowed that his team will give it all to beat Pakistan in the Asian Championship Trophy in Malaysia next month. 30-Sep-2016
Sania-Barbora Enter Wuhan Open Third Rou Sania Mirza and her partner Barbora Strycova defeated Gabriela Dabrowski and Maria Jose Martinez Sanchez over three sets to enter the third round of the Wuhan Open Tennis Tournament 30-Sep-2016
MCA Decides To Keep Writ Petition Agains The Mumbai Cricket Association headed by Sharad Pawar has decided to keep its writ petition filed in the Bombay High Court against the BCCI saying that they cannot force it to implement the SC appointed Justice Lodha Panel report since it is government by the provisions of the Bombay Trusts Act, ‘Pending’ 30-Sep-2016
England's Allardyce has 'innocently paid Former England manager Steve McClaren says Sam Allardyce has 'innocently paid the price' of being a high-profile sports figure, after he lost his job following controversial comments made to undercover reporters. 30-Sep-2016
Kumble Refuses To Divulge India’s Open Welcoming the return of Gautam Gambhir in India’s Test set-up after a gap of two years, head coach Anil Kumble ahead of the 2nd Test match against the Kiwis said that the experienced opener has been performing well in the domestic cricket and therefore expressed his pleasure at seeing him back for the ongoing series. 30-Sep-2016
Pujara Very Important Cog In India’s T Test specialist Cheteshwar Pujara was criticized for his slow strike rate during the West Indies tour, but Indian coach Anil Kumble ahead of the 2nd Test against New Zealand at the Eden Gardens threw his weight behind the batsman saying he is a vital cog in the team’s scheme of things and no one has put pressure on him. 30-Sep-2016
Barcelona victory over Gladbach was dese Barca coach Luis Enrique says his team's 2-1 victory over Borussia Moenchengladbach was well-deserved. 30-Sep-2016
Bayern coach Ancelotti sad at first loss Bayern Munich coach Carlo Ancelotti voices his sadness as his perfect start to the season comes to an end, saying analysis of what went wrong is needed. 30-Sep-2016
Simeone says victory over Bayern on of t Atletico coach Diego Simeone says he's satisfied with his team's win over German giants Bayern Munich as the Spaniards end Bayern's perfect start to the season. 30-Sep-2016
DAZZLING ARSENAL RAISE WENGER'S ENGLAND Arsenal manager says he is flattered to be linked to the England job, but that his commitment remains to finish off the season with Arsenal, after a convincing win against Basel. 30-Sep-2016
MCCLAREN CRITICISES LACK OF PRIVACY FOLL Former England manager Steve McClaren voices his sympathy for Sam Allardyce after his short-lived stint as England manager was ended following a newspaper sting. 30-Sep-2016
"SILLY" ALLARDYCE SAYS ERROR OF JUDGEMEN Sam Allardyce apologises for his "lack of judgement" that led to his leaving of the England manager job, following a newspaper sting 30-Sep-2016
INJURED ROONEY MAY NOT START AGAINST ZOR Manchester United manager Jose Mourinho says he has yet to decide whether or not Wayne Rooney starts against Zorya Luhansk. 30-Sep-2016
INFORMATION GAINED FROM LEAK "LIMITED" - The World Anti-Doping Agency says the recent leaking of athletes' confidential medical records with "limited" and extra measures are now in place to prevent further cyber hacking. 30-Sep-2016
HAMILTON AND ROSBERG READY FOR MALAYSIA Nico Rosberg and Lewis Hamilton are not under team orders, says Mercedes chief Toto Wolff, as the drivers continue their battle for the Formula One title in Malaysia this weekend 30-Sep-2016
IMPRESSED BY SUSHANT,DHONI BELIEVES SING MS Dhoni is eagerly waiting for the release of his biopic, where actor Sushant Singh Rajput essays the role of one of the finest captains India has ever produced. Dhoni is not only impressed by Sushant’s acting skills, but his cricketing skills as well and believes he can easily play league cricket when not acting. 30-Sep-2016
JEONBUK THRASH RIVALS SEOUL IN AFC CHAMP Jeonbuk Hyundai Motors thump South Korean rivals Seoul FC 4-1 in the first leg of their Asian Champions League semi-final 30-Sep-2016
WALL ST FALLS SHARPLY ON WORRIES ABOUT B Wall Street dropped on Thursday, weighed down by Apple as well as selling in Wells Fargo, Citigroup and other major banks as investors worried about the health of Deutsche Bank. Bobbi Rebell reports. 30-Sep-2016
WELLS FARGO CEO GRILLED IN CONGRESS The $41 million in compensation Wells Fargo CEO John Stumpf will forfeit over his bank's sales scandal didn't mollify angry lawmakers in Washington. Fred Katayama reports. 30-Sep-2016
PARIS CAR SHOW PLUGS INTO ELECTRIC FUTUR Electric car prototypes and plans are set to dominate the Paris auto show as the Volkswagen diesel scandal and falling battery costs persuade executives and investors that plug-in vehicles are ready to go mainstream. But, as Ivor Bennett reports, not every major automaker chose to go this year. 30-Sep-2016
'HARD' BREXIT FEARS CONTINUE TO DOG MARK As worries over a so-called 'hard' Brexit continue to unnverve currency markets, UK trade minister Liam Fox calls for bespoke multilateral and bilateral trade arrangements after Britain exits the European Union. David Pollard reports. 30-Sep-2016
S.KOREAN WORKERS REJECT NEW WAGE SYSTEM South Korean workers at state-backed railways, hospitals and banks have staged a strike to demand that the government roll back measures that link pay to job performance instead of seniority. Hayley Platt reports. 30-Sep-2016
LVMH'S DIGITAL DRIVE TAKES TIME DESPITE When LVMH hired former Apple music executive Ian Rogers to craft a digital strategy, investors may have hoped for some quick results. If so, they are probably disappointed. Mis Womersley reports 30-Sep-2016
Markets query OPEC deal OPEC agree modest oil output cuts in the first such deal since 2008, with the group's leader Saudi Arabia softening its stance on arch-rival Iran amid mounting pressure from low oil prices. But, as David Pollard reports, many want more clarity. 30-Sep-2016
OPEC deal fuels Wall Street Oil stocks rallied after OPEC reached a deal to cut output, driving the major indexes higher. Roselle Chen reports. 30-Sep-2016
BlackBerry outsources phone design The company that once dominated the smartphone market will outsource development of the devices. Fred Katayama reports. 30-Sep-2016
German lawmakers quiz Draghi European Central Bank President Mario Draghi faces tough questions from German lawmakers about the bank's ultra-loose monetary policy, just as the ECB is considering even more stimulus to revive inflation. David Pollard reports. 30-Sep-2016
Germany denies starting Deutsche Bank re The German government has denied it is working on a rescue of Deutsche Bank as Germany's biggest lender boosted its balance sheet by selling its British insurance business. As Sonia Legg reports, Deutsche is facing a $14 billion fine from the U.S. Department of Justice and concerns over its funding pushed its shares to a record low on Tuesday. 30-Sep-2016
Surgical strikes in PoK: Befitting reply Udhampur (J&K), Sep 29 (ANI): Hours after the Indian Army conducted surgical attacks on terrorist launch pads across the Line of Control (LoC) in Pakistan, Jammu and Kashmir Deputy Chief Minister Nirmal Singh on Thursday said it was a befitting reply to Islamabad, adding that the move should be welcomed and appreciated. He also said that this move has filled the entire nation with enthusiasm. He added that it is a great morale booster for everyone. 29-Sep-2016
Train crashes through New Jersey's Hobok A train crashes through a Hoboken, New Jersey station during the morning rush hour with scores reported injured. Rough Cut (no reporter narration). 29-Sep-2016
Surgical strike in PoK: Villages near bo Naushera (J&K)/ Ferozepur (Punjab), Sep 29 (ANI):The effect of surgical strike could be felt near border areas as villages near International Border are being evacuated after the surgical strike was carried out by the Indian Army across the Line of Control in Jammu and Kashmir. Meanwhile, all schools within 10 kilometer of India-Pakistan border would remain close.The Indian Army has carried out surgical strikes across the Line of Control in Jammu and Kashmir to prevent Pakistani terrorists to carry out strikes in Jammu and Kashmir. 29-Sep-2016
Officials seek motive in S. Carolina sch Investigators are trying to determine the motive behind a shooting spree by a South Carolina teenager who killed his father and wounded two elementary school students and a teacher before being pinned down by a volunteer fireman. Jillian Kitchener reports. 29-Sep-2016
Clashes break out during South African u South African police fire rubber bullets at students protesting rising tuition costs at Rhodes University. Rough Cut (no reporter narration). 29-Sep-2016
Indian Army should conduct surgical stri New Delhi, Sep 29 (ANI): Supporting surgical strikes carried out by the Indian Army across the Line of Control in Jammu and Kashmir, Baloch leader Mazdak Dilshad Baloch on Thursday said that any step taken by India against terrorism is indeed right, while protesting against Pakistan outside Pakistan High Commission in the national capital. He added that Indian Army should conduct surgical strikes in Balochistan as well. Mazdak also appealed Prime Minister Narendra Modi to help making Baloch free from terror activities. The Indian army has carried out surgical strikes across the Line of Control in Jammu and Kashmir to prevent Pakistani terrorists to carry out strikes in Jammu and Kashmir. 29-Sep-2016
Thousands rally in South Korea over new Thousands of state workers protest in the South Korean capital over a new wage system that will pay workers according to their performance, rather than their seniority. 29-Sep-2016
SWATI MALIWAL CALLS FOR ACTION IN BK BAN A day after a suicide note of former bureaucrat BK Bansal surfaced where he alleges his wife was being harassed and tortured, DCW chief Swati Maliwal has written to the CB asking what action was being taken against the defaulters. 29-Sep-2016
Former U.S. President Clinton pays respe Former U.S. President Bill Clinton pays respects at Shimon Peres's coffin in state in Jerusalem's parliament. Rough Cut (no reporter narration). 29-Sep-2016
Centre has declared war by conducting su Jammu, Sep 29 (ANI): National Conference leader Mustafa Kamal on Thursday said the Centre should make Jammu and Kashmir a bridge of peace and friendship but unfortunately they took the other way. He also said that if you are crossing the border, it means you are declaring a war. 29-Sep-2016
Strikes Based On Credible Info – DGMO DGMO, Ranbir Singh has said that the surgical strikes on terror launch pads at the LoC were based on tipoffs that the Army got. He said that he had had a word with the Pak DGMO to in form him of the late last night orperations. 29-Sep-2016
BSE closes 465.28 points down on Septemb New Delhi, Sep 29 (ANI): Trading at the Bombay Stock Exchange today closed 465.28 points down to stand at 27,827.53 At the National Stock Exchange the Nifty closed 153.90 points up to stand at 8,591.25.Religare Enterprises Ltd and Balkrishna Industries Ltd were among the top gainers of group A with an increase of 3.91 % and 2.75 % along with Bharti Infratel Ltd and TTK Prestige Ltd with an increase of 1.93 % and 1.67 % respectively, while the top losers of group A includes Jet Airways (India) Ltd and Reliance Communications Ltd with a decrease of 12.15 % and 10.98 % along with Sintex Industries Ltd and Marksans Pharma Ltd with a decrease of 10.49 % and 10.29 % at the close of the markets. The Auto sector is down 484.97 points at 21937.03 while the Banking sector is down 546.30 points at 21909.56 and the Realty sector is down 98.75 points at 1465.81The Indian currency is 0.57 % up at Rs 66.83 per dollar. 29-Sep-2016
BJP workers celebrate Indian Army’s su Mumbai, Sep 29 (ANI): The Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) workers on Thursday burned crackers outside their office in Mumbai to celebrate the surgical strike carried out by the Indian Army across the Line of Control (LoC). Expressing his happiness, a party worker said the army’s action across LoC is the voice of 125 crore people of India since the killing of 18 soldiers in Uri terror attack. The party workers raised the slogan of ‘Doodh maango kheer denge, Kashmir maango cheer denge, while celebrating. 29-Sep-2016
TV actor Kishan Bhan, a motivational fig New Delhi, Sep 28 (ANI): On one hand when the Kashmir Valley has witnessed riots, agitation, protests and clashes resulting from communal tensions from decades, actor Kishan Bhan took a different path. The actor, who rose to fame with television serials like Balika Vadhu and Mahabali Hanuman, struggled in the hustle-bustle of Mumbai to fulfill his dream of acting. The actor, who began his career from theatres, comes from a small village located 20 kilometres away from Srinagar. Here's a look at the actor's journey from the 'Paradise on Earth' to the heart of Bollywood industry, Mumbai. 29-Sep-2016
As anti-immigrant sentiment rises, Thail Thai police are raiding markets and restaurants in a bid to crack down on migrants workers from neighboring countries, as some Thais complain they are stealing their jobs. 29-Sep-2016
SC TO BCCI- BETTER FALL IN LINE OR WE WI The Supreme Court on Wednesday lashed out at the BCCI for reportedly not complying with its directives on reforms after the Lodha Panel submitted its report accusing the Board of defying orders on many counts. 29-Sep-2016
Want Tears Of Joy In Eyes Of Poor Says U UP is abuzz with stories about how Prashant Kishor will work his magic for the Congress this time. Reports talk of a silent gamplan in the process, but UP BJP boss Keshav Prasad Maurya says that the saffron clan wants tears of happiness in the eyes of the poor. He says the only way for a lotus to bloom is by the good work they do and he promises 24hours electricity. 29-Sep-2016
Anganwadi workers protest over wage hike Shimla, Sep 29 (ANI): Hundreds of female Anganwadi workers held a protest against the state government outside the Himachal Pradesh secretariat in Shimla demanding increase in the wages and also for the demand of food and nutrition of children. The women demanded an increase in the wages, filling of unfilled posts of workers; increase in retirement age. They are also demanding to implement the announcements and promises made by the state government in 2015 in which their honorarium was increased by 50% by the state government. The protestors threatened an aggressive movement in the state in December if their demands were not fulfilled. 29-Sep-2016
Congress, BJP support Indian Army's surg New Delhi, Sep 29 (ANI): Congress leader Raj Babbar and Bharatiya Janata Party leader Syed Shahnawaz Hussain on Thursday extended their support to surgical strikes carried out by Indian Army across the line of control. Addressing the media, actor-turned politician Babbar said the whole nation would support the decision taken by the Indian Army. Talking about the same, Hussain said this is a lesson for all terrorists. 29-Sep-2016
Quake simulation prepares Japan's reside Japan warns citizens to be prepared for potential deadly quakes in life-like video simulation. Rough Cut (no reporter narration). 29-Sep-2016
Devotees gears up for traditional Ram Ba Agra, Sep 29 (ANI): The Janakpuri festival, which is one of the biggest annual events in Agra, started with a wedding procession, and after travessing the entire city, it will move towards Janakpuri. Thousands of devotees from several other states will take part in the celebration that marks the wedding of Ayodhya Prince Ram with Janakpuri Princess Sita. It is said that Prince Ram was the incarnation of Lord Vishnu, while Princess Sita was the incarnation of his celestial consort Goddess Lakshmi. In Agra, the festivities last for three days. 29-Sep-2016
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