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Restoring people's confidence is BCCI's priority: Thakur

Restoring people's confidence is BCCI's priority: Thakur

'This was one of the very important elections at a very crucial time which the BCCI is going through. I am sure all the members of the BCCI would give our best to restore the faith of people.' Restoring people's faith and improving the game's image in the country is priority, declared Anurag Thakur, after being elected secretary of the Board of Control for Cricket in India at its Annual General Meeting in Chennai on Monday. Thakur, considered close to the rival Sharad Pawar faction, defeated ..., 10 hours ago

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Jagmohan Dalmiya elected BCCI President

Jagmohan Dalmiya returned as president of the Board of Control for Cricket in India after being unanimously elected at its Annual General Meeting in Chennai on Monday. The Narayanswami Srinivasan camp suffered a setback as the rival faction's Anurag Thakur defeated Sanjay Patel for the post of secretary. Thakur's one-vote victory over Patel provided the only cheer for the anti-Srinivasan camp at the much-postponed AGM elections, which were swept by the ruling group’s loyalists. - Life ...
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Jammu-Srinagar highway closed after heavy snowfall

In the wake of heavy rain and snowfall, the 300-kilometre long Jammu-Srinagar national highway which is the only surface link between Kashmir and rest of the country, on Monday remained closed for vehicular traffic.   “The continuous rain and snowfall in Jammu and Kashmir for the past 24 hours has forced the closure of the Jammu Srinagar national highway,” a senior traffic police officer said. Authorities have already extended the winter vacation in Kashmir valley. “The ...
 Rediff.com17 hours ago

Curfew-like state continues in Srinagar after police shot down protestor

Restrictions continued in parts of Srinagar city for the second day on Tuesday following the death of a youth in security forces firing in Palhallan area of Baramulla district during protests on the second anniversary of execution of Parliament attack convict Mohammad Afzal Guru. Curfew-like restrictions continued in Safakadal, Maharaj Gunj, Khanyar, Rainawari and Nowhatta police station areas in the old city and Maisuma police station area in the commercial hub of Lal Chowk, officials said.
 Rediff.com2 weeks ago

Markets and Delhi elections: What is the downside?

With the markets drifting lower, can the poll outcome be a trigger for a meaningful correction ahead of the Union Budget and what should your market strategy be? The markets continued their losing streak for a seventh consecutive session, with the benchmark indices, the S&P BSE Sensex and the CNX Nifty, ending down 1.7 per cent and 1.6 per cent, respectively, at 28,227 and 8,526 ahead of the outcome of the Delhi Assembly polls on Tuesday. The weakness was triggered after the exit poll on ...
 Rediff.com2 weeks ago

World’s nations pay tribute to late Saudi King Abdullah

United Nations: The world’s nations have paid tribute to Saudi Arabia’s late King Abdullah, praising his development of the oil-rich nation, his generosity to the needy and his promotion of peace in the Middle East.At the start of Monday’s ...
 IndiaTV News3 weeks ago

Cold returns to Kashmir valley; record lows in Leh

Man wades through thick ice after heavy snowfall hit Qazigund in south Kashmir. Photograph: PTI The cold conditions returned in Kashmir division as the night temperature in most places, including Leh, plunged further below the freezing point followed with clear skies and unusual sunny days. The night temperature fell by five degrees in Leh town of the frontier region of Ladakh to settle at minus 12.9 degrees Celsius, making it the coldest recorded place in Jammu and Kashmir, a meteorological ...
 Rediff.com1 month ago
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Tri series: Fans blast decision to move ODI from Adelaide to Sydney

Sydney: South Australia's cricket fans blasted the decision to move Monday’s One-day International (ODI) between Australia and India to Sydney after the game was stopped due to rain. Only 16 overs could be bowled when play had to be stopped.
 IndiaTV News1 month ago

Obama, Modi to boost bilateral business ties

Image: Prime Minister Narendra Modi presenting a reproduction of telegram sent by USA to the Indian Constituent Assembly in 1946, to the US President Barack Obama, in New Delhi . Photograph: PIB     Trade and economic issues, including visa, totalisation pact and impediments hampering investments, are likely to figure at Monday’s US-India CEO Forum meeting, which will be jointly addressed by visiting US President Barack Obama and Prime Minister Narendra Modi. Finance ...
 Rediff.com1 month ago

This photo was liked by Facebook's Mark Zuckerberg

  Prime Minister Narendra Modi created quite a buzz on Sunday when he greeted US President Barack Obama at the airport. PM Modi’s warm welcome was captured in photo and then put up on his official Facebook page. Within minutes of its upload, the image got a lot of love from other users and one of the likes was from none other than the founder of Facebook – Mark Zuckerberg. Around 11 am, the photograph had received 11.38 lakh and 29,497 comments. Obama is in Delhi for three ...
 Rediff.com1 month ago
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