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Factoid Image: Factoid Author: Jagannath Chatterjee Curtly Ambrose, the West Indian pace bowler, was probably the most feared, lethal, and accurate bowler of his era. In his kitty, he has 405 test wickets. But this great bowler holds a dubious bowling record ... The Financial Chronicle, 2 days ago

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A God's Man who Walked the Talk in Life's Philosophy

TRIBUTE by Kancha Ilaiah Shepherd Ambrose Pinto's death on January 3 of 2018, after struggling with the treacherous cancer for about six months, made me feel that this year would be bad for the Dalits. His smiling face, hopeful of change, keeps (...) - 2018 ...
 Mainstream1 month ago

Indian man jailed for 33 months in US

An Indian man has been sentenced to 33-month imprisonment for money laundering and smuggling misbranded drugs from India into the US.Ramesh Buchirajam Akkela aka Ramesh Bhai, 44, of Mumbai was arrested in Panama earlier this year and extradited to the US on ...
 Business Standard1 day ago

Former Bishop Dr. Maxwell Valentine Noronha passes away

Kozhikode: Kozhikode Diocese former Bishop Dr. Maxwell Valentine Noronha passed away on Sunday at 11.20 pm. He was 93. He was under treatment in a private hospital in Kozhikode. He was born on February 14, 1924 as the son of Ambrose and Jessy of Noronha ...
 Mathrubhumi1 month ago

Open Letter regarding violence and discrimination against minorities in India

There is something about the Narendra Modi government that its minority-welfare record keeps attracting scrutiny. After multiple round of protests from various quarters since 2015, a large group of former senior bureaucrats has flagged the incessant violence ...
 catchnews.com1 month ago

Fast bowlers: Team India's new trump cards

Perhaps for the first time, India's pace strength is not centred on any one individual, or set of individuals, says Chetan Narula. IMAGE: Bhuvneshwar Kumar celebrates Dean Elgar's wicket in the first Test in Cape Town. Photograph: BCCI South African coach Ottis Gibson talks a straight game. Before the first Test, he underlined how India could challenge his side despite the bowler-friendly conditions at Newlands. After the match ended in a 72-run loss for the visitors, bolstered by his bowlers' ...
 Rediff.com1 month ago
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