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Australian Olympians miss drug tests-report Sydney

Olympic silver medalist Madeline Groves and two other Australian Olympic swimmers are facing possible two-year bans for missing drug tests, reports said today. Groves, two-time Olympian Thomas Fraser-Holmes and Rio Olympic open water swimmer Jarrod Port missed three drug tests in a 12-month period, the Sunday Telegraph reported. Swimming Australia said it was informed by


Tendulkar wants to support initiatives to help poor people

India’s cricket icon Sachin Tendulkar plans to support charities and various initiatives to help the under-privileged people in the second innings of his life and providing solar lights to poor people was one of his projects. Tendulkar, 44, made the remarks here while receiving the Fellowship Award at the 7th annual Asian Awards Friday night.


BCCI clears CT participation, no legal notice to ICC

The BCCI today cleared the Indian cricket team’s participation in next month’s Champions Trophy, ending a fortnight-long suspense with a massive climb down from their initial aggressive stance. The Board made the decision at a Special General Meeting, where it was also announced that the squad for the eight-team event, starting June 1, will be


Sunrisers face uphill task against Mumbai Indians

Stung by successive losses, Sunrisers Hyderabad will look to turn the ship around and inch closer to a play-off berth when they face table-toppers Mumbai Indians in a crucial IPL T20 match here tomorrow. Hyderabad, currently placed fourth on the points table with 13 points, need to win its remaining two matches to completely seal



After the recent good show of Chandigarh team at the Santosh Trophy, where the Chandigarh boys reached the quarter finals of the tournament after more than a decade, Minerva Punjab FC’s Jarmanjit Singh has been called to join the India U-23 Team at Mumbai. This is a sign that football in the region is once


US Olympic champion bobsledder Holcomb dies Los Angeles

Olympic gold medal-winning bobsledder Steven Holcomb was found dead in his room at the US Olympic Training Center in Lake Placid, New York, the US Olympic Committee said. “The entire Olympic family is shocked and saddened by the incredibly tragic loss today of Steven Holcomb,” USOC chief executive Scott Black mun said in a statement


We can still make the play-offs: Zaheer Khan

Delhi Daredevils skipper Zaheer Khan insists his team can still make the play-offs despite the drubbing it received at the hands of table-toppers Mumbai Indians in the Indian Premier League. Mathematically, Delhi still have a slim chance of progressing in the competition provided they win all their remaining three games. With yesterday’s 146-run loss, Delhi

Students clash with security forces in Jammu & Kashmir’s Handwara, Pulwama

Clashes broke out on Saturday between protesting students and security forces in Handwara town in north and Pulwama in South Kashmir, the police said. Several students have been injured in the clashes which were going on till last reports came in. Dozens of students from the government higher secondary school in Newa area of Pulwama


Only 835 sweepers in CM’s city to maintain cleanliness

Though Royal City has once again retained the status of becoming Chief Minister’s hometown but the reality is that the city lacks development. Patiala just has 835 sweepers who cater to the needs of more than 5 lakh people. The number of sweepers has considerably gone down in comparison to the increase in the population.

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If anyone can resolve Kashmir problem, it is Modi: Mehbooba

“He (Modi) went to Lahore and met the PM of that country. This is not a sign of weakness but an indication of strength and power,” mehbooba muft said. Jammu and Kashmir Chief Minister Mehbooba Mufti on Saturday said only Prime Minister Narendra Modi can resolve the Kashmir problem as he has a strong mandate


460 girl students taken ill due to gas leak

Most of the students were discharged after a few hours, while four of them were kept under observation in the ICU of two hospitals. A call was received at 7:35 am about some chemical leakage at customs area of Tughlaqabad depot, which is located near the two schools. School students being treated at a hospital


Sakshi, Bajrang to lead India in Asian C’ship

Olympic bronze medallist Sakshi Malik and talented Bajrang Poonia will be spearheading the Indian challenge at the Asian Wrestling Championship scheduled to be held here from May 10-14. India will field a 24-strong team for the Championship with eight each in freestyle, women and Greco-Roman category. In this event, 112 freestyle, 103 Greco-Roman and 83


KXIP will look to go all out against Gujarat Lions

On a roll with back-to-back wins, a resurgent Kings XI Punjab will look to go all guns blazing against down and out Gujarat Lions here tomorrow to keep their IPL play-off hopes alive. After registering a comprehensive ten-wicket win on their hometurf here a week back against Delhi Daredevils, KXIP pulled off another win against


Sikki, Sumeeth recommended for Arjuna by BAI New Delhi

The Badminton Association of India (BAI) has recommended Arjuna awards 2017. Sikki, Sumeeth recommended for Arjuna by BAI New Delhi, May 6 (PTI) The Badminton Association of India (BAI) has recommended doubles specialists N Sikki Reddy and B Sumeeth Reddy for this year’s Arjuna awards. Sikki and Sumeeth, who tied the knot in February, have


Ferozepur declared fastest moving city under Swachh Sarvekshan 2017

Ferozepur has earned its merit by receiving the award for the fastest moving city under the Swachh Sarvekshan 2017 conducted by the Quality Council Of India. In the survey conducted for cities having less than two lakh poulation Ferozpur ranked 222nd among other cities in the north zone. In 2014 it was positioned 362nd. President

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New Delhi: President Pranab Mukherjee and Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Friday described the launch of South Asian Satellite by India as a ‘historic moment’ and said it opens up new horizons of engagement among the countries of the region. Hailing the scientists of the Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO) for ensuring the successful launch,

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Nokia 3310, Nokia 5, Nokia 3, Nokia 6 India launch date could be announced on May 8

MD Global is going to reveal Nokia’s future plans for India on May 8. Alongside discussing the future plan of the company, HMD is also expected to reveal the India launch date of the upcoming Nokia 3310, Nokia 6, Nokia 5 and Nokia 3 phones. The company has invited media for an event in New


Governor stresses need for strengthening Red Cross

CHANDIGARH: Punjab Governor and Administrator UT Chandigarh, V P Singh Badnore on Thursday released the Red Cross Flag on the Red Cross Flag Day at Punjab Raj Bhavan. The students of Sharda Sarvhitkari Model Senior Secondary School Chandigarh pinned a flag on the Punjab Governor and other officers in a brief function held in Punjab

HC seeks CBI reply on 1984 riots case convict’s bail plea

New Delhi: The Delhi High Court on Thursday, sought the CBI’s response on a bail plea of a convict serving life term in a 1984 anti-Sikh riots case. A bench of Acting Chief Justice Gital Mittal and Justice Anu Malhotra issued notice to the agency on former Congress councillor Balwan Khokhar’s plea seeking two-month bail


CM dedicates Rs12.24 crore projects for Solan

Chief Minister Virbhadra Singh on Thursday dedicated projects worth Rs. 12.24 crore to the people of Kuftu and Mamleeg area in Solan constituency. He inaugurated up-graded Kuftu-Kanshi-Patta-Mamleeg road constructed at a cost of Rs. 6 crore. He also opened for public Satrol-Chardghat-Baradaghat-Bangyar road spending Rs 76.25 lakh. The Chief Minister dedicated Rs 2.47 crore new

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