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INDIA: SPORTS

MADHYA PRADESH’S STAR PRIYANSHU RAJAWAT IMPRESSES PV SINDHU ON PREMIER BADMINTON LEAGUE DEBUT

Author: Special Correspondent - Published 21-01-2020 15:44 GMT-0000
Chennai: With his array of sparkling backhand returns and exquisite movement on the court, Madhya Pradesh’s 17-year-old Priyanshu Rajawat impressed not just the spectators at the Jawaharlal Nehru Stadium on his debut at the Star Sports Premier Badminton League but he even earned plaudits from the world champion PV Sindhu.
INDIA: SPORTS

SENIOR WOMEN FOOTBALLERS PRAISE AIFF FOR BROAD-BASING WOMEN'S FOOTBALL

Author: Special Correspondent - Published 21-01-2020 15:41 GMT-0000
Bengaluru: Women's national team players have hailed the All India Football Federation's (AIFF) plan to "broad-base women's football across the country" as the final round of Hero Indian Women's League 2019-20 is all set to get underway at the Bangalore Football Stadium in the capital city of Karnataka from 24 January.
INDIA: SPORTS

TENNIS: ROBERT LINDSTEDT, JONATHAN ERLICH HEADLINE DOUBLES EVENT AT TATA OPEN CHAMPIONSHIP

Author: Special Correspondent - Published 21-01-2020 15:37 GMT-0000
Pune: Former Grand Slam doubles champions Robert Lindstedt and Jonathan Erlich will be among the main attractions in the doubles event as South Asia’s only ATP Tour Tournament, Tata Open Maharashtra is all set to take place at Mhalunge Balewadi Stadium in Pune from February 3 to 9.
SPORTS

BOXING: INDIA CLINCH SIX MEDALS AT THE NATION’S CUP IN SERBIA

Author: Harpal Singh Bedi - Published 21-01-2020 15:33 GMT-0000
New Delhi: Asian medallist M Meena Kumari along with 3 other Indian pugilists claimed silver medals at the 9th Nations Cup Boxing Tournament for Women in Sombor, Serbia.
INDIA

BANK EMPLOYEES TO STRIKE ON JANUARY 31, FEBRUARY 1

ELABORATE AGITATION PROGRAMME TO PUT PRESSURE ON IBA
Author: C H Venkatachalam - Published 21-01-2020 11:21 GMT-0000
The United Forum of Bank Unions (UFBU) has decided to launch non-stop agitation programmes and strike actions to force the Indian Banks Association (IBA) give up its rigid stand, which has resulted in the long-pending demand for a fair wage revision settlement. The bank employees all over the country feel they have been neglected and given a rough deal whereas the RSS-controlled BJP government never thought twice before granting huge concessions to corporate India, including a heavy cut in the corporate tax. The latter move suits the Modi government’s rightwing understanding and commitment to demolish everything that is state-owned or public-owned.
INDIA

KERALA GOVERNOR IN NO MOOD TO END STAND-OFF ?

PLACATORY MOVE FROM STATE GOVERNMENT REBUFFED
Author: P. Sreekumaran - Published 21-01-2020 11:18 GMT-0000
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: Kerala Governor Arif Mohammed Khan does not seem to be a mood to end the stand-off with the Left Democratic Front (LDF) Government.

MAJOR BANGLADESH CONCESSION FOR HINDUS

DHAKA SCORES A POINT OVER INDIA
Author: Ashis Biswas - Published 21-01-2020 11:12 GMT-0000
Once more, at a time when India’s diplomatic skills are being challenged to the limit over the NRC and related issues, Bangladesh has outscored India in statesmanship: its Chief Election Commissioner K.M. Nurul Huda has shifted the scheduled date of polling for Dhaka city corporations from January 30 to February 1, responding to an appeal from the country’s Hindu population. The major Hindu religious festival of Saraswati Puja/Basant Panchami falls on January 30 this year. Hindu leaders representing some 1.7 crore people, had protested against voting on the day.

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