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I will be fit for England tour, says Sreesanth

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Mercurial pacer Shanthakumaran Sreesanth on Thursday said he will be fit for India's tour of England beginning on July 21 with the first Test at Lord's.

Taking a one-day break from Bangalore training

Sabarimala stampede: 104 killed, 50 injured

A man cries after identifying the body of a relative, died in the Friday's stampede near Sabarimala Temple

The death toll from Friday night's Sabarimala temple stampede has climbed to 104, with over 50 injured, reports have claimed.
The tragedy occured after an accident triggered a stampede among pilgrims at Pulmedu in the deep forests of Kerala’s Idduki district. Most of the victims hailed from Tamil Nadu, Andhra Pradesh and Karnataka.

Total collection touches Rs 75 crore

With heavy rush of devotees, the total collection at the lord Ayyappa temple here has touched Rs 75 crore since the beginning of the pilgrimage season in mid-November.

Stale food seized near Sannidhanam

Food Safety squad conducted raids in some hotels and eating joints near the hill temple of lord Ayyappa and seized and destroyed stale food.

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