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'Sourav Ganguly has been one of the greatest captains of India'

'Sourav Ganguly has been one of the greatest captains of India'

Former Indian team captain Sourav Ganguly. Photograph: Getty Images Former India captain and chief selector K Srikkanth has hoped that some of the Cricket Association of Bengal's annual awardees would make the cut and lead India like Sourav Ganguly.  "Ganguly has been one of the greatest captains of India and he's sitting beside me on the stage. I hope few of the cricketers who are receiving awards will try to emulate Ganguly and lead India in ..., 3 days ago

For foreign scholars, Home Ministry acts as tough guide

In Christine Mehta's account of how she was deported from India last November, published in The Hindu on Thursday, there is a telling line. "India's progressive visa policy makes living and working in India easy for most second and third generation Indians living abroad, except for those working in environmental and human rights," the Amnesty International India researcher writes.It reveals the uneasy relationship the State has with research, particularly on human rights ...
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Hindustan Times

Fadnavis denies delaying AI flight even as aviation min apologises

Maharashtra chief minister Devendra Fadnavis has denied delaying the Air India flight to the US, saying reports in this regard were "misleading" and that he will initiate "criminal defamation" proceedings when he returns to India.
 Hindustan Times3 weeks ago

AI row: J&K Dy CM says media making 'mountain out of a molehill'

Caught in a row over alleged deboarding of a family to accommodate him on an Air India flight, Jammu and Kashmir Deputy Chief Minister Nirmal Singh on Thursday remained unapologetic, saying he had "not misused" his status and in turn accused the pilot of misbehaving with him. Singh termed the allegations against him as "media trial" and said the question about deboarding should be asked to the airlines. He targetted the pilot and other staff of the Leh-Delhi flight of June 24 involved in ...
 Rediff.com3 weeks ago

'Rahane should be a permanent number four, not Dhoni'

Indian ODI captain MS Dhoni plays a shot. Photograph: Getty Images Sunil Gavaskar says number four should not be a permanent slot for Mahendra Singh Dhoni and Ajinkya Rahane must bat at that position. "He (Dhoni) is always going to see what situation the team is in, what the team needs and then he can promote to number 4 or 5. "If the openers made a brilliant start, say 150 for no loss in 20 overs, then he might even promote himself to number three if there is the need to ...
 Rediff.com3 weeks ago

June witnessed 16 per cent more than normal rainfall: IMD

The country received 16 per cent more rainfall than its normal limit in June, the India Meteorological Department on Tuesday said. However, since the end of last week, monsoon seems to have slowed down in several parts of the country that has recorded deficient rains. The IMD said July and August will receive 8 and 10 per cent less rainfall respectively. It has also predicted a 'deficient' rainfall this year. The east and northwest India, which initially recorded good amount of rainfall, ...
 Rediff.com4 weeks ago

India is a difficult country to govern in many ways: Deepak Parekh

Legislative process in the country is unduly long and tedious Confident about India's growth prospects, eminent banker Deepak Parekh on Thursday said legislative process in India is "unduly long and tedious, but no longer derailed" and there are ample long-term investors who believe India's best is yet to come. "Sometimes expectations run ahead of what can realistically be delivered. India is a difficult country to govern in many ways, but there is confidence in the country. "Those ...
 Rediff.com1 month ago

Stats: The rise and rise of prolific Mustafizur Rahman

Bangladesh’s rising star Mustafizur Rahman once again devastated the famed Indian batting line up with a six- wicket haul Check out the statistical highlights of the second ODI between India and Bangladesh in Mirpur on Sunday Bangladesh's Mustafizur Rahman, centre,  celebrates. Photograph: Bangladesh Cricket/Twitter # Mustafizur has become the third Bangladeshi bowler to bag six wickets in an innings in ODIs. Mashrafe Mortaza had taken 6 for 26 vs Kenya at Nairobi (Gym) on August ...
 Rediff.com1 month ago

2nd ODI: India vs Bangladesh statistical highlights

# Bangladesh, for the first time, have won two consecutive ODIs vs India - by 79 runs on June 18, 2015 and by 6 wickets on June 21, 2015 - both vs India in the present series. # With two consecutive victories in the current series, Bangladesh have ...
 Jagran Post1 month ago
Hindustan Times

From New York to Beijing to Durban: How cities across world celebrated Yoga Day

Not just in India, but people in cities across the world from Washington DC to Tokyo to Sydney took part in mass sessions on Sunday to mark the first ever International Day of Yoga. Hundreds of yoga enthusiasts took to mats and performed stretches, bends and ...
 Hindustan Times1 month ago
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