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India hit back post Mathews-Chandimal resistance in Kotla Test

India hit back post Mathews-Chandimal resistance in Kotla Test

New Delhi: Off-spinner Ravichandran Ashwin turned it around for the hosts, clinching three wickets as centuries from skipper Dinesh Chandimal and Angelo Mathews helped Sri Lanka reach 356/9 at stumps on Day 3 of the third and final Test here on Monday. Bad ... Sify, 1 month ago
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Nupur Nagar and Bhuvneshwar Kumar begin new innings together

​India pacer Bhuvneshwar Kumar got married to his lady love Nupur Nagar in an intimate ceremony in Meerut on Thursday. Wedding Photos: Bhuvi begins a new innings with Nupur The 27-year-old, who has taken some time off from the ongoing Sri Lanka Test Series, ...
 Sify1 month ago WATCH: Bhuvneshwar Kumar ties knot with Nupur Nagar amidst much fanfare  DNA1 month ago Pacer Bhuvneshwar Kumar set to tie knot with Nupur  Sify1 month ago
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We could have won in another 5-6 overs: KL Rahul

‘These are the kind of matches you look forward to’ ‘We could have made a match out of it if we had five or six overs more’ IMAGE: India's KL Rahul reacts. Photograph: Getty Images. Opener KL Rahul feels that had another six overs been available, India could have won the first Test against Sri Lanka, which ended in a draw after a riveting final day.   India turned it around in the final two sessions with pacer Bhuvneshwar Kumar hitting top gear en route to a ...
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Here is how Yuvraj Singh can make a comeback ahead of 2019 World Cup

The former Indian pacer Ashish Nehra stunned the cricket world by passing the most talked about 'Yo Yo' Test and by getting selected in the Indian team. And just after the first T20I match against New Zealand on 1 November 2017, the cricketer took retirement ...
 catchnews.com2 months ago

Spy’s eye: ‘Act East’ in play

The 15th ASEAN summit at Manila marks a significant advance of India's 'Act East' approach that Prime Minister Narendra Modi had announced in December 2015 as a more meaningful version of the earlier 'Look East' component of our foreign policy. It is ...
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We just want to play good cricket, says Kohli amid overkill of India-SL series

'It definitely has to be taken into consideration because you don't want fans going away from the game…from watching the game. We have to maintain a balance of how to engage fans and keep players fresh at the same time and keep cricket exciting and keep it competitive through out the year. That point will be discussed in future definitely' Skipper Virat Kohli on Wednesday left it to the fans to decide if there has been an overkill of India-Sri Lanka contests in recent years, something ...
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US announces grant of $500k to NGO to promote religious freedom in India

The funding comes after a 2016 report found an increase in violent incidents by cow vigilantes mostly against Muslims in India and authorities often ‘failed’ to prosecute them.  'US religious freedom report shows no understanding of India' IMAGE: THE NGOs applying for the grant should come out with proposals to develop and implement early warning systems to mitigate large-scale violence and also have proposals to educate civil society and journalists about legal ...
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Buying ‘China-made’ dreams in Nepal

Author: Shalini Sharma With China taking greater interest in the internal politics of Nepal and funding several projects in the country, all eyes in the neighbourhood are on the Himalayan nation. However, as most of the projects awarded to Chinese firms lie ...
 Hard News Media2 months ago
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Sushma Swaraj's Twitter durbar

'Why do visas require the intervention of India's Union ministers?''Does any civilised nation assure visas like this over Twitter?' asks Aakar Patel.   When the Mughals conquered India, one practice they continued was that of darshan. Once a day, whenever he was not traveling, the Mughal emperor would stand in a balcony and show himself to his subjects who would come to 'see' him. This was darshan just as it would be for an idol, and his presence would reassure the citizens that the ...
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