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Why Himachal Government has failed to boost tourism in the state

In November 2005 the Himachal Pradesh Cabinet approved the Himalayan Ski Village in partnership with Ford, which had to become one of the largest foreign investment projects in the Tourism Industry. 1,575 more words

Himachal Pradesh

Is Lalit Modi Sushma Swaraj's Achilles heel?

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Lalit Modi is in the news once more.

Indian cricket administration’s enfant terrible has snagged yet another victim.

This time, it’s External Affairs minister Sushma Swaraj. 231 more words

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The Chequered History of the Cricket World Cup and 2015 as Redemption?

Excerpt from recent submitted article on Cricket World Cup, its televised spectacle and innovative technologies …..

Established in 1975, the Cricket World Cup (CWC) has undergone regular transformations across its formative years. 1,299 more words

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Harris the weapon, everyone else playing follow the leader

Preparation is key.  Even more so for Australia’s line-up of pace bowlers as the Ashes series in England draws closer.

Some have already cemented their places with some fine performances over the past six months, Ryan Harris included.  554 more words

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I am good enough to play for India, says Ashish Nehra

Ashish Nehra, who was one of the leading wicket-takers in the recently concluded Indian Premier League, expressed his sadness for not getting a chance to play for the Indian national side. 460 more words

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today's Holiday: Indian Arrival Day

Indian Arrival Day

The people of Trinidad and Tobago observe May 30 as Indian Arrival Day. This holiday honors the nation’s citizens of Indian descent and acknowledges their contribution to the social and cultural landscape of Trinidad and Tobago. 49 more words

From IPL 8 to French Open 2015

IPL 2015 is finished, over, done with. The champions have been crowned. The champions are Mumbai Indians.

Three teams have now won the IPL twice. Chennai Superkings (of course), Kolkata Knightriders and Mumbai Indians. 212 more words

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