Sarita Devi thanks Sachin Tendulkar, Boxing India and SAI for supporting her
Pugilist Sarita Devi on Wednesday expressed happiness over International Boxing Association's (AIBA) decision of imposing a ban on her for just one year. There had been speculation of a lifetime ban making rounds in the boxing circles. She also thanked Sachin Tendulkar, Boxing India (BI) and Sports Authority of India (SAI) for supporting her during hard times. "I am very happy, I would like to thank the sports ministry, Sachin Tendulkar, Boxing India, SAI and the entire nation for supporting me. Now that I will be able to participate in the Olympics, I want to practice hard and bring glory to the nation," Sarita Devi told ANI ...
Modi most sought after, but India still searching for Sunny Leone on Google
The Google India top searches list for 2014 is out and it has two big learnings for the country. One, we as a country still search for URLs instead of typing them directly on the address bar and two, despite the appeal of BJP star campaigner turned Prime Minister Narendra Modi, we are still searching more for Sunny Leone. The Google Year in Search offers a unique perspective on the year’s biggest interests, major events, and hot searches that ruled the web in India. 2014 was the year that underlined that an online presence matters if you are a prime ministerial ...
Photos: Peshawar reels after Taliban storms school
PESHAWAR, PAKISTAN: At least 141 people, including 132 children, have been killed in a Pakistani Taliban attack on an army school in Peshawar, according to provincial officials. Many children escaped but some were still being held hostage hours after the initial assault, and reporters at the scene said they could still hear firing and explosions. Military helicopter gunships hovered above the school but were unable to open fire because of the hostages. Six or more attackers, dressed in army uniforms, mounted the assault on the school for the children of army personnel shortly after 11am. Hundreds were in the school at the time. The ...
Vivek Murthy all set to make history: to be youngest surgeon general of America
A doctor with Karnataka connections is all set to become the youngest surgeon general of America. Vivek Hallegere Murthy, MD, MBA has been nominated by President Barack Obama to be the 19th surgeon general of the United States. If confirmed by the US senate, Vivek would be the youngest and first Indian-American surgeon general in American history. Interestingly, it is not just in the US but even in Bengaluru and Chikkmagaluru people are eagerly waiting for his appointment. Speaking to Mirror from the US, Vivek's mother Myetraie Murthy said she was proud of her son's achievements and hoped he would pursue his commitment to ...
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- Fantastic Mr. Vijyan. YOu are doing a good job. May God bless you....