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PHOTOS: What brought Tendulkar and Azharuddin together...

PHOTOS: What brought Tendulkar and Azharuddin together...

It was an illustrious gathering in Kanpur, on Thursday, as the Board of Control for Cricket in India felicitated its former Test captains, including Sunil Gavaskar, Ravi Shastri, Mohammad Azharuddin, Sachin Tendulkar, Sourav Ganguly, Anil Kumble and Mahendra Singh Dhoni among others to celebrate India's 500th Test match. Former Test captains Ajit Wadekar, Kapil Dev, Dilip Vengsarkar and Krishnamachari Srikkanth were also present on the occasion, along with all the women's Test captains, at the ..., 5 days ago

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Mumbai Mirror

India in Lala land

By Fredun E. De Vitre India lost their first-ever Test at home but put themselves firmly on the cricketing map, thanks to stellar performances by Amarnath & Co. Friday, 15 December 1933. An unusually hot 'winter' day in Bombay (now Mumbai).
 Mumbai Mirror6 days ago India 500 Not Out: 10 best Test matches  Indian Express6 days ago India Join Exclusive Club Become 4th Nation To Play 500 Tests - Looking Back At The Journey  Indiatimes6 days ago 500 and carrying bat: Indian cricket to hit a record today  DNA India6 days ago

What street names say about Hong Kong's maritime past

For no good reason, apart from a lifelong obsession with ships, the sea, seafarers and my Hong Kong home, I have found myself wonder­ing what our street names can tell us about the city's maritime story. So recently I started conducting a little ...
 South China Morning Post6 days ago

India in Lala land

An unusually hot 'winter' day in Bombay (now Mumbai). Temporary double-decker makeshift stands for the 'aam aadmi' and colourful shamianas with sofas for the 'bade log', fringing Bombay's famed Esplanade Maidan at the Bombay Gymkhana ground. About ...
 AhmedabadMirror.com6 days ago

The march of the makers

Scotland has an enviable reputation when it comes to scientific endeavour from Sir Alexander Fleming discovering penicillin and Sir Ronald Ross linking mosquitos to malaria, to Sir James Black developing beta-blockers and Ian Donald utilising ...
 Business Quarter1 week ago

Legal 500: Leading individuals - Wales

The Legal 500 publication has given its view of the leading individuals in the Welsh legal sector. They are: Agriculture and estates John Griffiths, Red Kite Law Rory Hutchings, JCP Solicitors Banking and finance Karl Baranski, Geldards ...
 Insider Media Limited1 week ago
Critical Care

Echocardiography as a guide for fluid management

Review Open Access Critical Care 2016 20 :274 DOI: 10.1186/s13054-016-1407-1 The Author(s).2016 Published: 4September2016 Abstract Background In critically ill patients at risk for organ failure, the administration of ...
 Critical Care3 weeks ago

Retired Racine doctor turns sculptor

Bob Palm always wanted to be an artist, but growing up he never felt he really had the knack for it — at least not for drawing and painting. It wasn't until he was in medical school in the early 1970s that he discovered that his knowledge of ...
 Miami Herald3 weeks ago
Melbourne Age

We took Hugo Weaving to lunch at a steak restaurant. He's vegetarian

Hugo Weaving loves steak, I've been told. "He's a big meat eater," is the word from his people. So the place I've booked for our lunch-time chat, Entrecote, should be perfect. It's modelled after the French chain established by Paul Gineste de Saurs ...
 Melbourne Age3 weeks ago Hugo Weaving: Celebrity is bad for the brain  WA Today3 weeks ago Hugo Weaving on actors: 'You do get nut jobs. And I kind of get it'  Sydney Morning Herald4 weeks ago

Festival Quartiers Danses September 6-17, various locations

14th edition Festival Quartiers Danses The Festival Quartiers Danses is the annual rendezvous for contemporary dance both on stage and in an urban context. The Festival will present a total of 21in-theatre creations divided into 11performances.
 Montrealer3 weeks ago
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