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MCA stadium curator suspended after tampering claims in sting
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MCA stadium curator suspended after tampering claims in sting

IMAGE: The Maharashtra Cricket Association's stadium in Pune, the venue for Wednesday’s second ODI between India and New Zealand. Photograph: BCCI The Board of Control for Cricket in India suspended the curator of the Maharashtra Cricket Association’s stadium in Pune after he was captured on television in a sting operation, claiming that he could tamper with the pitch ahead of Wednesday’s second India-New Zealand One-Day International. In the sting operation by India Today ... Rediff.com, 3 weeks ago
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How New Zealand worked to counter India's spinners

'When we come to India it is obviously massive focus on spin.' 'I put little bit of work in terms of coming over here and playing spin.' IMAGE: Since arriving in India New Zealand wicketkeeper-batsman Tom Latham has scored a half century and a ton in the warm-up games and a century in the first ODI in Mumbai. Photograph: BCCI New Zealand wicketkeeper-batsman Tom Latham, who scored an unbeaten century in the team's surprise victory India in the first One-Day International, prefers playing the ...
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Under-17 WC: England beat Japan in penalties, set up quarters with USA

IMAGE: England defender defender Steven Sessegnon (18) and Japan's Soichiro Kozuki (14) vie for the ball during FIFA U-17 World cup pre-quarter final in Kolkata on Tuesday. Photograph: Swapan Mahapatra/PTI England held their nerves to prevail over Japan 5-3 in a penalty shootout to set up a quarter-final clash with USA in the FIFA Under-17 World Cup, in Kolkata on Tuesday.   Steve Cooper’s team remained calm in front of a 53,000-strong crowd as substitute Nya Kirby sealed the issue ...
 Rediff.com1 month ago
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Ben Stokes arrest: England drops all rounder after Bristol nightclub incident

England all-rounder Ben Stokes has been dropped for Wednesday’s England-West Indies ODI after his arrest in Bristol. According to BBC report, the incident took place after England’s win in the third ODI against West Indies on Sunday. With the ...
 catchnews.com1 month ago

Back to Sheena Bora's grave, via e-time travel

These were videos of Sheena Bora's exhumation done by police belonging to Khar police station, northwest Mumbai, after receiving geographical details from Rai. Her skeleton had been evidently exhumed once earlier in 2012 by the Pen police and returned, unidentified and anonymous, to its jungle resting place. Three more years, unbelievably, passed before anyone came looking for it again. Vaihayasi Pande Daniel reports from the Sheena Bora murder trial. Illustration: Dominic ...
 Rediff.com1 month ago
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You have done zilch to rid India of corruption. Get ready for my agitation: Anna to Modi

Anna Hazare will be back in Delhi. And this time Narendra Modi will be in his anti-corruption crosshairs. Hazare alleged that the Prime Minister has paid no heed to repeated letters from the activist urging him to induct a Lokpal and Lokayukta, and to ensure ...
 catchnews.com2 months ago
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Aadhaar's role in welfare schemes to continue

Data mining with the object of ensuring that resources are properly deployed to legitimate beneficiaries is a valid ground for the state to insist on the collection of authentic data The linkage of Aadhaar to the government’s welfare programmes involving either subsidy or other benefits will remain unaffected by Wednesday’s Supreme Court judgment upholding the right to privacy as a fundamental right. "Allocation of resources for human development is coupled with a legitimate ...
 Rediff.com2 months ago
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Modi's blueprint for 2019: Building a 'New India'

The vision of a 'New India' would talk about constructing a nation where the so-called appeasement of religious minorities would stop, Hinduism would be accorded “due status” and there will be one law for all citizens, including for the people of Jammu and Kashmir, reports Archis Mohan.    In its campaign for the 2014 Lok Sabha polls, the Bharatiya Janata Party had promised achche din, or better days. But its 2019 Lok Sabha campaign, already in the works, is expected ...
 Rediff.com2 months ago
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