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BCCI gets 57 applications for India’s chief coach post

BCCI has received 57 applications for the job India’s head coach after the final date for applying closed on June 10.

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FreeCharge sees 15% growth in monthly transactions

The company targets to have 5 million merchants by next 18 months

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Gurdaspur: Pak national apprehended by BSF near Indo-Pak border

A Pakistan national has been apprehended by BSF along Indo-Pak border near Gurdaspur district, Punjab.

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SG test: Story of 85-year-old firm and complexity of painting a cricket ball pink

Sanspareils Greenlands has already got down to business of making the pink ball after BCCI announced the D/N Test.

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India will bear cost of setting up South Asian University campus: V K Singh

Established in 2010, SAU is currently functioning from Akbar Bhawan in Chanakyapuri. A permanent campus is being constructed on a 100-acre plot in Maidan Garhi, next to IGNOU.

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Mall-goers audience as APB sets ball rolling

Vikas Krishan assured himself shot at Olympic qualification by beating Kenya’s Nickson Abaka in a six-round contest of the AIBA Pro Boxing fight night on Saturday .

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Out of my mind: Getting there

When Jawarlal Nehru became prime minister, the Cold War had already started and the Americans presumed that as a democracy India would be in their camp.

Indian batsman Lokesh Rahul, right, and Ambati Rayudu walk off the pitch at the end of play of the One Day International cricket match against Zimbabwe at Harare Sports Club, Saturday, June, 11, 2016.  The Indian cricket team is in Zimbabwe for One Day International and T20 matches.(AP Photo/Tsvangirayi Mukwazhi)

There was just one way to get to century: KL Rahul

KL Rahul scored a unbeaten 100 on his debut to help India win the first ODI of the series against Zimbabwe.

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Indian batsman Lokesh Rahul, left, and Ambati Rayudu chat on the pitch during the One Day International cricket match against Zimbabwe at Harare Sports Club, Saturday, June, 11, 2016. The Indian cricket team is in Zimbabwe for One Day International and T20 matches.(AP Photo/Tsvangirayi Mukwazhi)

India beat Zimbabwe by nine wickets in Harare, take 1-0 lead

After impressive show with the ball, India rode on KL Rahul-Ambati Rayudu stand to chase down Zimbabwe’s 168.

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Three Pak minors handed back with sweets, gifts after accidentally crossing border

The three teenagers were on their way to meet their relative on a motorcycle, when they crossed over to India on Friday and were caught by the guards on patrol duty.

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China: Indian embassy alerts citizens over ‘imposter’ posing as Embassy official

The imposter contacted the victim over phone stating that the host government was considering deporting and arresting them for providing false information pertaining to immigration details.

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India to bear full cost of setting up SAARC University campus

Common challenges like food security, poverty will be ensured and solutions to these concerns will be formulated, said, Minister of state for External Affairs.

India first game ended in a 3-3 draw in  Champions Trophy hockey opener with Germany.(source: AP)

We could have done better than scoring three goals, says India’s hockey coach Roelant Oltmans

Roelant Oltmans felt his side could have done better than the 3-3 draw with Germany in Champions Trophy opener.

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India, Pakistan should work on stengthening ties on security front: US

US State Department Deputy Spokesman Mark Toner went on to say at a press conference that there is “no justification” for terrorism

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Two days after PM Modi’s US visit, Pakistan says ‘concerned over growing Indo-US ties’

Adviser to the Prime Minister on Foreign Affairs Sartaj Aziz said the US approaches Pakistan whenever it needs it and abandons when it does not need the country.

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