Michael Clarke flies young Nepalese spinner to Australia to train at his academy

Michael Clarke flies young Nepalese spinner to Australia to train at his academy

The young leg-spinner from Nepal Sandeep Lamichhane is currently staying with a local family as he prepares to play for Michael Clarke’s club. Sandeep Lamichhane,16, from Nepal impressed Michael Clarke recently during his coaching spell in Hong Kong. The former...
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Manchester City eyeing nothing less than a win in Manchester derby: David Silva

Manchester City eyeing nothing less than a win in Manchester derby: David Silva

Table-topper Manchester City sit marginally above Manchester United on goal difference after both sides won their first three league games but the Citizen swill miss Sergio Aguero for the crucial clash on Saturday. Nothing less than victory will do for...
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Chinese Economic Cyber-Espionage Plummets in the US

Chinese Economic Cyber-Espionage Plummets in the US

The Chinese government appears to be abiding by its September pledge to stop supporting the hacking of American trade secrets to help companies there compete, private US security executives and government advisors said on Monday. FireEye Inc, the US network...
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International Yoga Day: Embrace Yoga to Age Gracefully, Say Experts

International Yoga Day: Embrace Yoga to Age Gracefully, Say Experts

Yoga won’t give you immortality but this ancient discipline of bringing union between the body, mind and spirit can definitely help you fight age – both physical and mental, say health and wellness experts. “In my practice in India and...
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‘We’re Horrified’: At Stanford, The Impact Of A Sexual Assault Is Searing

‘We’re Horrified’: At Stanford, The Impact Of A Sexual Assault Is Searing

It could have been mistaken for any other late afternoon in the expectant days before graduation. Seniors shuttled four years of possessions from the Kappa Alpha fraternity into waiting U-Hauls that would carry them away from Stanford for the last...
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ISIS Releases Longest ‘Kill List’, Over 8,000 Americans Are Its Targets

ISIS Releases Longest ‘Kill List’, Over 8,000 Americans Are Its Targets

A pro-ISIS hacker group has placed nearly 8,000 Americans on its longest ‘kill list’ that also includes names of Canadians, Australians and Europeans, a British media report said today. The pro-ISIS United Cyber Caliphate hacker group released a li...
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‘Time Bomb’: Subramanian Swamy’s New Attack On Raghuram Rajan

‘Time Bomb’: Subramanian Swamy’s New Attack On Raghuram Rajan

BJP lawmaker Subramanian Swamy today launched another attack on RBI Governor Raghuram Rajan, saying he had planted “a time bomb” in the Indian financial system that will explode in December. Mr Swamy, who had written twice to Prime Minister Narendr...
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Soon, an ‘Aadhaar’ for Drones Might Be the Norm

Soon, an ‘Aadhaar’ for Drones Might Be the Norm

There are an increasing number of uses for drones in India and around the world. From small, personal use quadcopters, to high end devices that come with cameras mounted on them which stream high quality video remotely, there’s a huge...
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Japan Regulates Virtual Currency After Bitcoin Scandal

Japan Regulates Virtual Currency After Bitcoin Scandal

Japan has passed a law regulating virtual currency, after the country found itself at the epicentre of a multi-million dollar embezzlement scandal following the spectacular collapse of the Tokyo-based MtGox Bitcoin exchange. Once one of the largest, most estab...
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Wanted Australian ISIS recruiter killed in US airstrike in Iraq

Wanted Australian ISIS recruiter killed in US airstrike in Iraq

New York: Australian ISIS recruiter Neil Prakash, who called on his countrymen to start attacking before being attacked, has been killed in a U.S. airstrike in northern Iraq’s Mosul city.   Australian Attorney General George Brandis said that Prakash wa...
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