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April 6, 2017

IPL-10: Dhoni trolls Pietersen but in vain

Pune, April 6: Friendly banters have always been a part and parcel of cricket and this time it was two former Rising Pune Supergiant (RPS) teammates -- Mahendra Singh Dhoni and England's Kevin Pietersen -- taking shots at each other in…

Gujarat Lions partners Rooter app for IPL-10

New Delhi, April 6: Indian Premier League (IPL) franchise Gujarat Lions on Thursday partnered mobile sports application Rooter that has customised homepages, chat forums and even profile pages of players to enhance the experience of every…

Brazil returns to top in FIFA rankings

Madrid, April 6: Brazil's national football team on Thursday regained the top spot in the FIFA world rankings for the first time since 2010.Argentina slipped one position to be at second spot, while World Cup winner Germany stayed in…

Amazon to open sixth logistic hub in Spain

Madrid, April 6 (IANS) The global e-commerce giant Amazon announced on Thursday that it would be opening a new logistics hub in Barcelona that would create hundreds of jobs.The centre would become the company's sixth logistics hub in Spain,…

Paes dropped for Davis Cup tie vs Uzbekistan

Bengaluru, April 6: Veteran tennis ace Leander Paes was on Thursday dropped from the Indian squad for the Asia/Oceania Davis Cup tie against Uzbekistan, which starts here on Friday.Instead of Paes, Davis Cup non-playing skipper Mahesh…

Bonanza for cricket fans on Hike

New Delhi, April 6: Hike Messenger, India's first homegrown messaging platform, on Thursday announced that it has launched Caught Behind -- behind the scenes videos, photos, moments and more, that give users pure, unadulterated and…

Shuttler Jayaram in Malaysia Open quarters

Kuching (Malaysia), April 6: Indian shuttler Ajay Jayaram defeated Viktor Axelsen of Denmark 9-21, 21-14, 21-19 to move into the men's singles quarter-finals of the Malaysia Open Superseries here on Thursday.The match which lasted…

RBI maintains key lending rate at 6.25%

Mumbai, April 6 (IANS) The Reserve Bank of India (RBI), in its first bi-monthly monetary policy review of 2017-18, on Thursday kept its key lending rate unchanged at 6.25 per cent, saying it awaited further macroeconomic data before making…