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Forget acrimony with Australia, get over it, Ganguly tells Kohli
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Forget acrimony with Australia, get over it, Ganguly tells Kohli

Former Indian captain Sourav Ganguly on Wednesday advised Virat Kohli to let bygones be bygones, a day after India had won a hotly-contested series over Australia in Dharamsala."I am sure he [Kohli] will loosen up with time. He should forget what happens with the Australian players on the ground," Ganguly told India Today. "That is competitiveness. But what happens with media and ex-players getting into sledging the opposition captain wasn't right. It is not their job."Australian ... Rediff.com, 1 month ago

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Force India open season with double points finish

IMAGE:  Sergio Perez of Mexico and Force India  . Photographs: Mark Thompson/Getty Images Sahara Force India made a promising start to the 2017 Formula One season with a double points finish through Sergio Perez and Esteban Ocon at the Australian Grand Prix in Melbourne, on Sunday. Perez, who was on 11th spot on the grid, made two bold moves to finish the 57-lap race in seventh place. It was a memorable race for Econ as he scored his first point in Formula 1 on his Force India ...
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Don't fly with us: Air India and 4 other airlines bar Sena MP

State carrier Air India on Friday barred Shiv Sena MP Ravindra Gaikwad, who had assaulted its staffer, from its flights and even cancelled his return ticket to Pune from Delhi. Gaikwad, who has been unapologetic about the incident on Thursday, had earlier on Friday said that he will be taking the Air India flight in the evening. Air India said it has also written to the Shiv Sena communicating the decision to cancel the ticket. Shiv Sena Secretary Anil Desai said that he has asked Gaikwad ...
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$ 200 million: That's how much PCB lost

We lost $ 200 million due to India not touring Pakistan: PCB IMAGE: Pakistan cricket fans. Photograph: Mark Kolbe/Getty Images Pakistan Cricket Board Chairman Shaharyar Khan, on Monday, disclosed that the Pakistan Cricket Board had incurred losses amounting to $ 200 million because of the Indian team not playing bilateral cricket series in Pakistan. "I informed the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) representative at the International Cricket Council (ICC) meeting recently that ...
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China announces 'standardised' names for 6 places in Arunachal

China on Wednesday announced that it has "standardised" official names for six places in Arunachal Pradesh and termed the provocative move as a "legitimate action", days after Beijing lodged strong protests with India over the Dalai Lama's visit to the frontier state. Why Dalai Lama's Tawang visit rattles China The state media in Beijing said the move was aimed at reaffirming China's claim over Arunachal Pradesh. China claims the state as 'South Tibet'. "China's ministry of civil affairs ...
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Why PM Modi and Sonia Gandhi send 'chaadar' to Ajmer dargah every year

'After Independence, whoever has been the prime minister of the country has sent a chaadar' 'The Salafists and Wahhabis are extremists and cannot be associated with Islam' ‘We have peace in our country because of the tradition of Sufis and saints’ IMAGE: Congress president Sonia Gandhi along with other party leaders holds a 'chaadar' before sending it to the shrine of Khwaja Moinuddin Chishti in Ajmer. Photograph: Subhav Shukla/PTI Photo. Prime Minister Narendra Modi and ...
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Veteran journalist Govind Talwalkar passes away

Veteran journalist and former editor of Maharashtra Times, Govind Shripad Talwalkar passed away in the US yesterday. He was 92.The author of 25 books, Talwalkar received the Lokmanya Tilak Award from the Government of Maharashtra, India and also the B. D. Goenka Award and Durga Ratan Award for excellence in journalism, and Ramshastri award for social justice.Condolences come in from Union minister Suresh Prabhu: Saddened by passing away  of #Govind Talwalkar ex ...
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SC pulls up Centre: Why stop people from depositing banned notes after Dec 31

The Supreme Court on Tuesday asked the Centre why it chose not to create a separate category for those who couldn’t deposit demonetised notes by December 30, 2016 unlike the NRIs and people who were abroad. A bench headed by Chief Justice J S Khehar said that the prime minister, in his November 8 address, had said that those with valid reasons could deposit the demonetised currency even after December 30, 2016, till March 31, 2017. “Prime Minister in his address had said that ...
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NSA Doval to visit US this week, meet US defence secretary

National Security Adviser Ajit Doval will visit Washington this week for high-level talks with top Trump administration officials and discuss a wide range of bilateral security issues and push forward the defence ties. Doval will meet US Defence Secretary James Mattis on March 24, Pentagon spokesman Capt Jeff Davis told reporters, adding that they are likely to discuss a wide range of bilateral security issues and those related to the defence relationship. Doval is also expected to meet his ...
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'I'm not mentally prepared to marry. I still feel like a kid'

'It's very tough for someone, who doesn't have a filmi background, to get work in Bollywood. It's not a smooth ride unless you are really lucky. But I think one has to be prepared for that.''I must have given 30 auditions for films alone.' Rajkummar Rao survived the struggle to give us some brilliant films. IMAGE: Rajkummar Rao Rajkummar Rao's Trapped is bringing him some rave reviews, yet again. It's one of his toughest films, as the actor -- being the stickler that he is -- went through ...
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