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Hard Times have passed, says Irfan Pathan

Irfan Pathan

Delhi’s Bread & Breakfast Scheme For 2010 C’wealth Games

2010 Commonwealth Games
New Delhi: The Delhi government has launched the ‘Bread and Breakfast’ scheme, under which the house owners will be able to rent out their premises to the tourists coming for 2010 Commonwealth Games.

Inaugurating the scheme, Chief Minister Sheila Dikshit said, “Delhi will be the first state where the scheme is being implemented as legislation.”

Asia Cup hockey: India Beats China

Asia Cup hockeySpoiling China 1-0 in the last match on the opening day of the Asia Cup hockey tournament, India began its campaign on a winning note this Friday.

The Chinese were more agile and dominated the field, certainly looked winning team, but ultimately, India managed to have a win under its belt. Certainly, it was India’s day!

Zaheer’s Injury Increases India’s Woes

Zaheer Khan
The India’s ace speedster, Zaheer Khan has added to the woes of team India by getting his ankle injured during India’s encounter with England. Zaheer had his left ankle twisted during England’s three-wicket win.

India to face tough competition in Asia Cup

Hockey Match
Chennai: From India’s perspective, the seventh version of the Asia Cup Hockey Championship, starting on Friday, assumes much importance as they will be confronting a strong challenge from their Asian counterparts’ enroute to their title defence.

Bihar CM Promises Govt Jobs To Medal-Winning Players

Bihar Chief Minister, Nitish KumarPatna: Bihar Chief Minister, Nitish Kumar has assured government jobs for players winning medals while symbolizing the state at national and international events.