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Nitish launches JD(U)’s Delhi unit; likely to contest civic ...

Bihar Chief Minister and JD(U) president Nitish Kumar on Saturday launched the party’s Delhi unit with a view to expanding the party’s base outside Bihar and “making it a national party again.” “We all know that the Janata Dal ... DNA, 1 day ago

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All-rounder Ashwin takes honours on Day 2

India’s off spinner R Ashwin owned the day’s play with an all-round performance to put England on the back foot in the 2nd Test in Visakhapatnam. Here are the statistical highlights from the 2nd day’s play between India and England, on Friday. IMAGE: India's Ravichandran Ashwin plays a shot against England on day 2 of the second Test in Vizag. Photograph: BCCI # Virat Kohli's 167 is the fourth highest by an Indian captain against England in Tests in India -- the ...
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Root records 1000 Test runs for second successive year

Riding on Joe Root’s ton and Moeen Ali’s half century (99 batting), England made most of the favourable conditions to finish Day 1 on 311/4. Here are the statistical highlights from Day 1 of the 1st Test in Rajkot on Wednesday. IMAGE: Joe Root celebrates after completing his century on Wednesday. Photograph: BCCI #England (311/4) registered their first total of 300 on the first day of a Test match vs India on Indian soil, outstripping the 288 for three at Brabourne Stadium, Mumbai ...
 Rediff.com3 weeks ago Root puts England in command as India toil in Rajkot  Rediff.com3 weeks ago

Cafes, shops under the BRT soon

Delhi’s infamous Bus-Rapid-Transit (BRT) corridor is all set for a makeover that will replace the bus-only lanes with subways housing cafes and shops, and the foot-over bridges with dedicated cycle lanes. The BRT corridor was recently dismantled and the ...
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India to host 2017 FIFA U-17 World Cup on October 6-28

IMAGE: India’s U-19 football squad. Photograph: AIFF.. India will stage the Under-17 football World Cup from October 6 to 28 next year, the sport's world governing body FIFA announced on Tuesday while ratifying Kolkata as the sixth venue for the mega-event after an inspection in Kolkata. The draw for the mega-event, to be held across six venues in India, will take place on July 7. "We first came here two years ago to see the stadium. The work that has done has been staggering. I am ...
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Ganguly seconds Gambhir on cutting sporting ties with Pakistan

Former India skipper Sourav Ganguly has backed former teammate Gautam Gambhir’s comments on snapping sporting ties with Pakistan. Following the Uri attack last month and the consistent ceasefire violation at the Line of Control thereafter, Gambhir had, on Tuesday, called for freezing ties with the arch-rivals till the time cross-border terrorism does not end. "It's completely acceptable that if you keep fighting and killing our soldiers at the border you cannot just keep playing ...
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All you wanted to know about INS Arihant, India's first nuclear submarine

INS Arihant, India’s first nuclear armed submarine, was commissioned by Navy Chief Admiral Lanba in August. The submarine, India’s first indigenously built naval ship, was reportedly commissioned in August this year, after it was declared ready for operations in February, said a report published in The Hindu. With this India joins the select group of countries which have a nuclear triad -- capable of delivering nuclear weapons by aircraft, ballistic missiles and submarine launched ...
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BJP joins Pema Khandu's government in Arunachal Pradesh

The Bharatiya Janata Party in Arunachal Pradesh on Friday officially became a part of the People’s Party of Arunachal government with the induction of senior BJP MLA Tamiyo Taga in the council of ministers. Arunachal Pradesh is now the 14th state having a coalition government. PPA government is a constituent partner of the North East Democratic Alliance. Governor V Shanmuganathan administered the oath of office and secrecy to Taga in presence of Chief Minister Pema Khandu and his Cabinet ...
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Panneerselvam: In the spotlight, but still living in the shadows

It doesn’t matter that the man who has been given charge of Jayalalithaa’s portfolios today started out opposing her, reports Aditi Phadnis. You could ask why Ottakara Panneerselvam (or OPS as he is known in Tamil Nadu) has been given charge of Jayalalithaa’s portfolios, including the authority to call cabinet meetings while she is in hospital. One reason could be his apparent lack of ambition and readiness to give up the chief ministership when asked. He’s done so not ...
 Rediff.com1 month ago

Akshay Kumar Is Head Over Heels In Love With Beauty Of Manali

Akshay is having a fun time shooting the last schedule for ‘Jolly LLB 2’, a sequel to the 2013 popular courtroom comedy drama ‘Jolly LLB’, in the hilly region. He finds it a perfect tourist destination. "Why vacation abroad ...
 Jagran Post1 month ago
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