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· April, 2010

Stories about Sport from April, 2010

Africa: Trivializing African football

India: Who Benefitted From IPL?

India: Media Favors The Rich And The Famous

South Africa: The World Cup is here

The countdown is still on with the days drawing so close for Africa’s time on the sporting world scene. The interest all over world is growing.

India: Twittering Minister Forced To Resign

Indian Minister of State for External Affairs Dr. Shashi Tharoor was forced to resign from his post over allegations of corruption and misuse of office. He gained popularity and at...

Video: Discovering the Origins of a World Cup Song

India: The IPL Cookie Is Crumbling

Peru: Lima Residents Run to Raise Awareness for Water Issues

On April 18, 2010, residents of Lima participated in the Dow Live Earth Run for Water, a 6-km run/walk, which represents the average distance many women and children walk every...

South Africa: Ticketing woes as 2010 World Cup approaches

The first day of FIFA World Cup Ticket sales in South Africa was characterized by chaos and one fan even died. More than 500,000 tickets are expected sold in local...

India: Web Only TV Ads

Mexico: Chicharito Goes to Manchester United

Paraguay: Naturalization of Foreign Footballers

India: IPL And Indian Entertainment Channels

Brunei: Playing chess on Mt. Everest

India, Pakistan: A Celebrity Marriage Tests The Relation Between Two Countries

A cross-border marriage between an Indian tennis star and a former captain of Pakistan cricket team is the hot topic among the mainstream media and the social media of India...

Colombia: South American Games a Success

The 9th version of the South American Games was recently held in Medellín, Colombia with the participation of athletes across the continent. Many local residents felt that the Games were...

Video: South American Games in Medellin, Colombia

These past two weeks were full of sport activities and celebration in Medellin, Colombia while the city hosted the IX South American Games (ODESUR) where different Latin American countries competed...

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