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Kohli retains second spot in ICC ODI batsmen rankings

Kohli retains second spot in ICC ODI batsmen rankings

India's Virat Kohli retained his second spot in the latest ICC Player Rankings for ODI batsmen with Australian opener David Warner was breathing down his neck with just two points behind in the chart issued on Saturday. Warner cut Kohli's earlier 62 point lead to just two following a stellar performance in the Chappell-Hadlee series against New Zealand, which concluded in Melbourne on Friday with Australia winning 3-0. Warner finished as the leading run-getter with 299 runs in the three-match ..., 14 minutes ago

Chopper deal was a collective decision: SP Tyagi's counsel

Former Air Force chief SP Tyagi, who was arrested by the CBI on Friday for alleged corruption in the Rs 3,600-crore AgustaWestland chopper deal, has been produced before a Delhi court.Tyagi tells the court:* I am not a lawyer so I dont understand the need for arrest, but I am not going anywhere.* Can account for my agricultural land purchase. In this nation, if you're arrested you're arrested. You're on TV channels, says S P Tyagi's counsel says: * Procurement of chopper deal was a ...
 Rediff.com26 minutes ago Tyagi's arrest: Centre diverting attention from note ban 'fiasco', says Prashant Bhushan  Rediff.com6 hours ago Ex-IAF chief Tyagi, 2 others arrested  Assam Tribune16 hours ago Former Air Chief SP Tyagi arrested by CBI in VVIP chopper scam  Rediff.com19 hours ago

Cash crunch to escalate during three-day bank holiday

With banks closed for three consecutive days from today and ATMs in the city still not functioning to full capacity, the ongoing cash crisis may escalate further leaving residents high and dry for want of cash during the weekend.Customers are venting anger as most of the ATMs are running dry. As banks remained closed, long to moderate queues were seen outside different cash-loaded ATMs, while some ATMs continued to flash 'ATM Closed' placard. Citizens who stood by government's decision to ...
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Modi says coming days may be tougher, seeks 50 days

"Opposition is not allowing me to speak in Lok Sabha, so, I have decided to speak in 'jan sabha'," says Prime Minister Narendra Modi. Acknowledging the difficulties thrown up by the note ban decision, Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Saturday cautioned that the coming days may be even tougher but the situation will gradually move towards normalcy after the 50-day period. He also slammed the Opposition for disrupting Parliament saying he has been forced to speak out in 'jan sabha' (among people) ...
 Rediff.com49 minutes ago Not being allowed to speak in Lok Sabha on note ban: PM  Rediff.com4 hours ago

AIADMK brass wants Sasikala Amma to lead the party

Strongly defending former chief minister and party supremo Jayalalithaa's aide V K Sasikala, ruling All India Anna Dravida Munnetra Kazhagam on Saturday said there is nothing wrong in its leaders calling on her as she is a key member and asserted a person would soon be elected to the top post of General Secretary. The AIADMK on Saturday posted in its official twitter feed that "senior functionaries of AIADMK urge Thirumathi Sasikala to lead the party on the path shown by Puratchi Thalaivi ...
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5 reasons why Jokowi's visit is important

It is often said that the India-Indonesia relationship is overshadowed by mutual neglect.Jokowi's visit has the potential to rejuvenate a most under-rated relationship, says Dr Rahul Mishra. IMAGE: Prime Minister Narendra Modi with Indonesian President Joko Widodo.   Indonesian President Joko Widodo, famously known as Jokowi, is paying his first-ever State visit to India from December 12. Though Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Jokowi met at a bilateral meeting on the sidelines of the 9th ...
 Rediff.com1 hour ago Five reasons why Indonesia's Widodo's visit is important  Rediff.com2 hours ago Indonesian President in Tehran Dec. 14  Kayhan International16 hours ago Iran, Switzerland Discuss Economic Ties  Kayhan International16 hours ago

Note ban has not affected BJP's plans in UP

Although the Opposition has been making a hue and cry over demonetisation, the BJP's programmes in UP have been attracting crowds.Virendra Singh Rawat/Business Standard reports from Lucknow. Uttar Pradesh is getting ready for the early months of 2017 when people vote in the assembly polls. An electorate numbering nearly 140 million is eligible to cast its vote in the state. There are 403 assembly seats in UP, and in the 2012 elections, 6,839 candidates had contested. This time around, the ...
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PHOTOS: India vs England, 4th Test, Day 4

Images from Day 3 of the fourth Test between India and England, in Mumbai, on Saturday. - Scorecard IMAGE: Joe Root celebrates after taking the wicket of Ravichandran Ashwin. Photograph: BCCI India opener Murali Vijay struck his eighth hundred before England bounced back with four wickets in the second session to leave the fourth Test at the Wankhede Stadium evenly poised on the third day in Mumbai, on Saturday.The hosts, leading 2-0 in the five-match series, reached 348 for six in their first ...
 Rediff.com1 hour ago Ashwin takes another five-wicket haul and equals Bhajji's tally  Rediff.com20 hours ago Parthiv reckons India has better spinners than England  Rediff.com21 hours ago

AP govt braces to face cyclone Vardah

With severe cyclone Vardah expected to cross the Bay of Bengal coast in the next two days, the Andhra Pradesh government today placed the administrative machinery in SPS Nellore, Prakasam, Guntur and Krishna districts on high alert to meet any eventuality. Chief Minister N Chandrababu Naidu conducted a teleconference with officials of different departments this morning and directed them to take all precautionary  measures."I have cancelled my trip to the Gulf (scheduled to begin ...
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Fringes of Dal lake freeze as cold wave grips Kashmir

Cold wave tightened its grip in Kashmir Valley on Saturday as the night temperature plummeted to the season's lowest in many places, resulting in the freezing of fringes of the famous Dal Lake for the first time this winter. The summer capital Srinagar witnessed the coldest night of the season as the mercury settled at the low of minus 4.5 degrees Celsius, a spokesman of the MeT Department said. He said the dip in the temperature resulted in the freezing of fringes of Dal Lake here and many ...
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