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Blatant Lie

Political leaders are often caught lying. Most people accept their lies as necessary evil. But smarter are those who are difficult to be caught in the act. 390 more words


Maharashtra Congress' disciplinary panel to meet on Friday

Congress, which has been at the helm of the state for most of the time since its formation, registered its worst ever performance winning only 42 seats though it had contested all 288 seats in polls. 72 more words


Episode 94: Goodbyes

We say goodbye to Andy Schleck and the racing season, as we reminisce about Andy Schleck and recap Worlds and Lombardia. We also wonder if we’ll look back and see Oleg as the “Idea Man” who saves cycling and discuss whether Astana is playing the UCI and MPCC. 23 more words


In today’s meeting, discussions were conducted on the candidature of interested applicants from 75 Assembly Constituencies in Marathwada and Vidarbha. In the meeting on 27th August, discussions were conducted on the candidature of interested applicants from 49 Assembly Constituencies in Western Maharashtra and North Maharashtra. 26 more words

Maharashtra Vidhan Sabha Mission 2014

Chris Horner Leaves The Vuelta

Before the team presentation had even started on Friday, the reigning Vuelta a Espana champion, Chris Horner, had withdrawn from the race; along with his hopes to defend his title aged 42. 158 more words

Vuelta A Espana 2014

Tramadol in the Peloton

I wonder how much real evidence Mathieu has for the following assertion.

Lotto-Belisol team doctor Jan Mathieu has said that the ongoing use of powerful painkiller Tramadol by some riders is a contributing factor in the recent spate of crashes in the opening classics races of 2014, and has renewed calls to have the drug banned.

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