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We want to win it for sachin: Rohit

With Sachin Tendulkar set to appear in his final Champions League T20, Mumbai Indians skipper Rohit Sharma on Thursday said the team will look to put its best foot forward in its quest to win the tour

Sania, Huber make doubles third round

Indian tennis ace Sania Mirza and her American partner Liezel Huber advanced to the third round of the women’s doubles event at the Wimbledon with a three-set win over the Italian-German duo of Flavia

Coach Dahiya backs Viru, Gauti


Delhi coach Vijay Dahiya today defended his star players Virender Sehwag and Gautam Gambhir's poor show stating that it is not a big concern.

"Gautam was batting really well and everyone saw how he g

Family-led firms defy slowdown


Defying economic slowdown, family businesses in India are thriving, as 74 per cent of firms have witnessed growth in sales in the last fiscal, says a survey by consultancy firm PwC.

PwC calls the fam

Elvis Presley bible auctioned for $94,000

A bible which once belonged to Elvis Presley and contains annotations by the Rock ’n’ Roll king has sold for $94,000 at an auction.

Editor of TV channel that filmed Guwahati molestation resigns

The editor-in-chief of the local television news channel, which had videographed the molestation of a girl outside a pub here, on Tuesday resigned after expressing doubts over impartial enquiry into the allegations that a journalist had instigated the incident.

ATM machines, rail tracks targeted in 16 blasts in Pak's Sindh

A series of low-intensity bomb blasts on Wednesday targeted ATM machines of a state-run bank and railway tracks in Sindh province of southern Pakistan, injuring at least six persons.

There were at le

Board of Trade likely to meet before Foreign Trade Policy


The Board of Trade chaired by Commerce and Industry Minister Anand Sharma is likely to meet soon before finalising the Foreign Trade Policy (FTP) to discuss measures to arrest the slowdown in export g

Amul milk to be dearer by up to Rs 2 a litre in Delhi & NCR

Gujarat Cooperative Milk Marketing Federation has decided to hike prices of Amul brand milk by up to Rs 2 per litre in Delhi and NCR region from Monday.

"Amul Taaza (toned) milk will cost Rs 30 per

Indian-American accused in hit-and-run case flees to India

An Indian-American, allegedly involved in a hit-and-run case that killed a 28-year-old woman, has fled to India, prompting the US police and FBI to launch a joint operation to locate him.

Pawanjit Si

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