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Robert Mugabe re-elected as Zimbabwe's President

Robert Mugabe has been re-elected as Zimbabwe’s President for next five-year term amid Zimbabwe’s Movement of Democratic Change (MDC)allegations of fraud in the elections. MDC has decided to challenge an election victory by President Robert Mugabe’s Zanu-PF party in the court. Western observers were kept out by Harare and independent domestic monitors have described the vote as deeply ..

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India win over Zimbabwe is country’s first-ever ODI Series whitewash on foreign soil

History was created when India thrashed Zimbabwe in the final match of the five-match ODI series played in Zimbabwe. The victory marked India’s first-ever five-match ODI series whitewash on foreign soil. The Indian team, under the captaincy Virat Kohli, achieved the feat when they pipped Zimbabwe by 7 wickets in the fifth and final one-dayer ..

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ICC World Cup 2015 to be jointly hosted by Australia and New Zealand

Defending champion India will take on Pakistan in its opening match of the ICC cricket World Cup, 2015 on February 15, 2015 which is to be jointly hosted by Australia and New Zealand from February 14 to March 29, 2015. India has never lost to Pakistan in any of its five World Cup clashes so far. India ..

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Global Peace Index 2013: India ranks 141 of 162 countries

The Global Peace Index (GPI) that measured peace in 162 countries ranked India at 141st position for year 2013.  To prepare the Index, 22 qualitative and quantitative indicators of the absence and fear of violence were used. Where did India fall short? The main indicators that deteriorated India’s ranking are militarisation, domestic and international conflicts, and corruption. ..

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Zimbabwe is left with only $217 in the bank

Only $217 was left in the coffers of Zimbabwe’s government after it paid the salaries of its public servants. Zimbabwe’s Finance Minister revealed this to explain the difficulty the current government is facing to fund the forthcoming constitutional referendum and polls. The country needs around $104 million to organize the vote. The economy took the ..

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