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  • Texas train hits veteran parade truck, kills four

    Texas, Nov 17 (): Four people died and seventeen people were wounded when a cargo train crashed into parade float with wounded veterans at a rail crossing in the city of Midland, in Texas. The parade float was one of the two tractor-trailers, which were carrying the wounded veterans with their families to attend an…

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  • Sachin Tendulkar completes 23 years in international cricket

    Mumbai, Nov 17 (): Sachin Tendulkar made his international debut against Pakistan on November 15, 1989 in the first Test at Karachi. When he took to the field on November 15, 2012 in opening day of the ongoing first Test against England in Ahmedabad, Sachin turned 23 years old in the international cricket. In 1988,…

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  • Property dispute kills Chadha brothers

    New Delhi, Nov 17 (): Ponty Chadha, the liquor magnate and his brother Hardeep were killed at a Delhi farmhouse in a firing on Saturday. A security guard was also injured in the firing, said sources. A quarrel which broke out between the two brothers in which the elder brother Hardeep fired at the younger…

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  • Kapil Dev talks in favour of Test matches

    New Delhi, Nov 17 (): Kapil Dev, former Indian cricket team captain on Friday rejected the ICC’s decision of including day-night Test matches  in future. However, the all-rounder player feels bringing in singers, actors or cheerleaders to do their performance in between the matches for the sake of attracting big crowd to the Test cricket’s…

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  • Anxiety in Pakistan, Nepal owing to Thackeray’s health

    Mumbai, Nov 17 (): Apprehension was running high particularly in neighbouring Pakistan and Nepal, owing to the poor health condition of Shiv Sena chief Bal Thackeray, which is highly noticed by the worldwide medias, TV channels as well as news agencies. According to information received, Thackeray’s health returning to normal was flashed by the BBC,…

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