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Yuvraj Singh discharged after cancer treatment – gulfnews.com

gulfnews.com Yuvraj Singh discharged after cancer treatmentgulfnews.comYuvraj Singh has not played competitive cricket since taking part in two of the three home Tests against the West Indies in November. New Delhi: India's World Cup cricket hero Yuvraj Singh announced on Sunday that he has been discharged from hospital …Cricketer Yuvraj Singh discharged from hospitalHindustan TimesIndian cricketer Yuvraj out of hospitalSBSYuvraj ...

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‘We want Gayle’ – Fans call for top batsman after latest WI defeat – Jamaica Gleaner

Jamaica Observer 'We want Gayle' – Fans call for top batsman after latest WI defeatJamaica GleanerGayle, a former West Indies captain, has not played for West Indies in almost a year since making controversial comments that were critical of the West Indies Cricket Board (WICB) and coach Ottis Gibson. He has been mandated by the WICB to withdraw the …Significant ...

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Doherty biding time on Test return – Sydney Morning Herald

Brisbane Times Doherty biding time on Test returnSydney Morning HeraldXavier Doherty would love to play Test cricket again but for now the spinner is enjoying being a key figure in the Australian one-day team. The 29-year-old played a leading role in Australia's 64-run win over the West Indies at the Arnos Vale Cricket …Chris Gayle's absence angering West Indies fansHerald ...

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Brazil is leading the Travel & Tourism economy in Latin America – Fresh Business Thinking

Brazil is leading the Travel & Tourism economy in Latin AmericaFresh Business ThinkingBy Daniel Hunter Brazil is Latin America's fastest growing Travel & Tourism economy, with Travel & Tourism's direct contribution to GDP; it is forecast to grow at 7.8% in 2012. Research released by David Scowsill, President & CEO, World Travel … and more »

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Colombian soldiers killed in Farc ambush

Ten Colombian soldiers and an officer have been killed in an attack by rebels from the Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia (Farc), the army says. The attack happened in the south-east of Colombia near the Venezuelan border. Two other soldiers…

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The torture of a tremendous feat – ESPN

Sydney Morning Herald The torture of a tremendous featESPNWhen India defeated Sri Lanka to win the World Cup last April, bringing an end to 28 years of frustration since its 1983 triumph over the West Indies, it appeared Tendulkar would get to spend the twilight of his career basking in the glow of that …Tendulkar ton ends agonising wait in ...

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FBI poised to step up investigation into News Corp

Every piece of evidence surrendered by News Corporation to Scotland Yard is also being passed to US investigators. The disclosures, which prompted more than 20 arrests, including Sun journalists, have also sparked a separate FBI inquiry into whether News Corporation bribed officials in Russia. US investigators are collecting evidence given to the Leveson inquiry and parliamentary select committees. "The FBI ...

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No settlement or verdict in Nicolette Sheridan trial

LOS ANGELES, March 16 (TheWrap.com) – Nicollette Sheridan’s wrongful termination trial against her former “Desperate Housewives” bosses ended Friday just as it began the day — completely up in the air. Sheridan’s legal team and attorneys for ABC and “Housewives” creator Marc Cherry failed to reach a settlement late in the day, after meeting with Judge Helen Bendix about the ...

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Julia Roberts and Lily Collins Brave the Rain at the "Mirror Mirror" Premiere

Sadly, Julia Roberts didn’t have a real magic mirror to use to blow away the bad weather in Hollywood on Saturday morning, March 17, so she and her co-star Lily Collins had to brave some pouring rain to celebrate the premiere of “Mirror Mirror,” their new fantasy film.

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Brazil to file charges against Chevron executives

SAO PAULO – Brazilian prosecutors said Saturday they will file criminal charges against 17 executives of Chevron Corp. and drilling contractor Transocean Ltd. for a new oil leak near the offshore well where at least 110,000 gallons (about 416,000 liters) spilled late last year. Those targeted include George Buck, chief operating officer for Chevron’s Brazilian division, federal prosecutors’ spokesman Marcelo ...

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