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Bhaichung Bhutia receives AFC 'Hall Of Fame’ award

Bhaichung Bhutia receives AFC 'Hall Of Fame’ award

New Delhi: Former Indian National Captain and National Icon Bhaichung Bhtutia was honoured with the ‘AFC Hall of Fame Award’ at the Asian Football Confederation’s Annual Awards Night on occasion of AFC’s 60th Anniversary in Manila on Sunday (November 30) evening. FIFA President Joseph S. Blatter presented the Award to...

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Anirban Lahiri earns European Tour card for 2015

Anirban Lahiri earns European Tour card for 2015

Girona, Spain: Anirban Lahiri continued his dream run in 2014 by earning a European Tour card for the first time in his career after finishing inside the top-25 at the European Tour Q-School Final Stage in Girona, Spain. Lahiri (65-68-66-73-75-72) carded an even-par-72 in the sixth and final round of...

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My team will be difficult to beat in IPTL: Marin Cilic

My team will be difficult to beat in IPTL: Marin Cilic

Grand Slam champion World and No. 9 Marin Cilic’s decision to play in the inaugural season of the Coca-Cola International Premier Tennis League (IPTL) was influenced by a simple thought. “For me a big part of the decision came because in the countries where we’ll play, people can’t see players...

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Lahiri holds no fear at WGC-HSBC Champions

Lahiri holds no fear at WGC-HSBC Champions

Shanghai: India’s Anirban Lahiri is confident he will stand tall among the giants when he tees off at the WGC-HSBC Champions which begins at the Sheshan International Golf Club on Thursday. The US$8.5million Chinese showpiece which is also the final World Golf Championships event of the year will feature 40...

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Have worked really hard to come here: Amrita

Have worked really hard to come here: Amrita

DHAKA: Amrita Kumari did not have electricity at home when she left for the India camp in Ahmedabad. Exactly two months and a week on, the India U-16 Women’s National Team captain was shying away from flickering flash lights from every nook and corner. “I have seen this in TV...

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Shiv Kapoor, Arjun Atwal in joint lead at Dubai Open

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U-19 I-League: Pune FC go down fighting 1-3 to DSK Shiavjians

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Tipsarevic withdraws from Chennai Open 2015 due to illness

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Force India ordered to pay $1.12 million to AerolabLondon: A high court judge here has ordered Force India Formula One team to pay $1.12 million to former wind tunnel supplier Aerolab in relation to their two-year-old dispute over intellectual property.

Justice Arnold Wednesday settled the case in Aerolab's favour after Vijay Mallya co-owned Force India accused the Italian firm of copying parts of their wind tunnel's design for Team Lotus, now known as Caterham.


A separate hearing will be held to determine the legal costs of the case, The Guardian reported.

However, Force India were awarded compensation of $33,100 for the misuse of their intellectual property with Aerolab employees passing some of the aerodynamic designs to Caterham for the 2010 season.

The ruling going against Force India brings fresh concerns for Mallya, who is struggling to keep his debt-ridden Kingfisher Airlines afloat. (IANS)

 

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