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MUMBAI CITY FOOTBALL CLUB: A DREAM COME TRUE FOR RANBIR KAPOORAUGUST 31, 2014 BY  Formidable outfit to comprise exceptional talent from India and abroad Team owners Ranbir Kapoor and Bimal Parekh share philosophy, launch team logo Mumbai, 30 August 2014: Ranbir Kapoor and Bimal Parekh, owners of the Mumbai franchise of the Indian Super League, today announced that the metropolitan city’s very own team will be called Mumbai City Football Club (Mumbai City FC). The franchise also made known player names and launched the team logo and philosophy during a press conference held at the city’s Palladium Hotel. Present at the launch were several Mumbai City FC players such as Subrata Pal, Ishan Debnath, Manuel Friedrich, Peter Costa, Syed Rahim Nabi, Asif Kottayil, Lalrin Fela, Rohit Mirza, Abhishek Yadav, Sushil Kumar Singh, Singam Subash Singh and Nadong Bhutia along with owners Ranbir Kapoor and Bimal Parekh, Techincal Director Nishant Mehra and Team COO Arunava Chaudhuri. Ranbir Ka…
Is Modi image has taken retreatAUGUST 31, 2014 12:22 PM / LEAVE A COMMENT / EDIT 25082014 Bihar bypolls results not as we had expected it to be,as state leaders we take responsibility : Shahnawaz Hussain,BJP   Is Modi image has taken retreat or the Modi sarker has not been able to perform according to expectations of people who has shown excellent  liking for the Modi eloquence and his promises. with the results of assembly bye election in five states prove the point. Congress and its allies UPA II proved that they cared for themselves and NDA leader Modi on spring board assured pan India would work for the masses but in 100 days his methodlogy and his wheel of development moved in snail pace and thus these results in backdrop exhibits that people are in no mood to give NDA full marks. Hope these bye election  be an eye opener for the new PM who comes from humble background and prove his metal by giving momentum to the nation by his professional …
Ukrainian cargo plane crashes in Sahara desert31082014 An Antonov An-140
A Ukrainian cargo plane crashed in the Sahara desert early on Sunday, killing all seven people on board. Algeria’s transport ministry said in Algiers that cargo plane Antonov 12, bound for Equatorial Guinea from Glasgow in Scotland was came down near Tamanrasset airport in the early hours on Saturday. Officials at Algeria’s transport ministry say the plane crashed about 15 kilometers from the airport in the southern city of Tamanrasset early on Saturday.
It says the plane went down shortly after leaving the airport.The officials say the plane had stopped at another airport in central Algeria for technical checks before landing at Tamanrasset. Authorities suspect mechanical problems in the Antonov-12, which was developed in the former Soviet Union in the 1950s. Local authorities reported recovering the burned bodies of three crew members from the debris of the aircraft. The search for the rest of the crew is contin…