Dilip Doshi, Head, Mont Blanc India It all started in living rooms, verandahs and innumerable gullies — where kids hit a six by breaking a window, a four by hitting a parked car and used wooden sticks for stumps. Dilip Rasiklal Doshi's journey ... Mid Day, 2 months ago
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By | Sportskeeda Pankaj Singh It is extremely unlikely to see a 29-year-old bowler making his Test debut for the Indian cricket team, even more so when he is a pacer, as the nation is used to fast-forwarding talents anddoesn't believe in ...Yahoo! Malaysia, 1 day ago
If Abhinav Bindra played anything more violent than what he does to collect gold medals every now and then — played something, like football, then a comparison with Eric Cantona and his enigmatic throwaway lines would have been apt. But Bindra ...Indian Express, 3 days ago
London (IANS) Bhuvneshwar Kumar's four-wicket haul and a fighting century from Gary Ballance left the second Test between India and England evenly poised after the second day's play at the Lord's here Friday. Bhuvneshwar (4/46) completely wiped out ...Mangalorean, 1 week ago Bhuvanesh, Ballance leave second Test evenly poised (Analysis) ProKerala.com, 1 week ago India vs England 2014: Bhuvanesh, Ballance leave second Test evenly poised ZeeNews.com, 1 week ago
Indian captain Mahendra Singh Dhoni introduced his squad to the British Indian community at a special reception here ahead of the second cricket Test match which gets underway at Lord's here tomorrow. It feels like we own this property when we ...Hindu Business Line, 1 week ago Proud to be on Indian soil in UK: Dhoni The Freepress Journal, 1 week ago Feels good to be on Indian soil in UK: M S Dhoni Financial Express, 1 week ago Proud to be on Indian soil in UK: MS Dhoni Jagran Post, 1 week ago
Patients awaiting their turn at the Health Fair CHICAGO: Jain Society of Metropolitan Chicago (JSMC) organized its annual Health Fair on May 4 and May 11. These two days of Health Fair provided numerous diagnostic screenings tests and health ...IndiaPost, 2 months ago
Seafaring Gujaratis are known to have engaged with the outside world for centuries. Gujaratis have had trade links with the ancient Romans, Persians, Chinese and Egyptians. It may have been a Kutchi sailor, by the name of Kanji Malam, who escorted ...Outlook India, 2 months ago
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