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Revealed: The turning point for Sarfaraz Khan

Revealed: The turning point for Sarfaraz Khan

'The call-up from Rahul Dravid was the turning point for Sarfaraz.''I would like to thank Virat Kohli for the trust he has shown in Sarfaraz.' IMAGE: Sarfaraz Khan in action for Royal Challengers Bangalore during IPL 8. Photograph: BCCI The biggest surprise of the player retentions for the Indian Premier League's 11th edition was a youngster from Mumbai, Sarfaraz Khan. The youngster, who plays for Uttar Pradesh in domestic cricket, was out of action for nearly six months after injuring his knee ..., 2 months ago

The Little Wonders: The small-budget blockbusters

You could well call it an adage in the context of Hindi cinema: For every Sholay there is a Jai Santoshi Maa . In the era of Tiger Zinda Hai and Padmaavat , we therefore have a Sonu Ke Titu Ki Sweety that has collected over Rs. 45 crore in week one alone.
 Bollywood Hungama2 weeks ago

Glanders disease: Delhi Golf Course asked to postpone/cancel horse race

The city government informed the Delhi High Court on Tuesday that it has asked the organisers of the North India Derby horse race to postpone it or cancel it due to the outbreak of potentially fatal equine glanders disease. Naushad Ahmed Khan, additional ...
 DNA1 month ago

Kerala snatch thrilling tie against Bengal

Captain Manoj Tiwarys unbeaten half-century went in vain as Bengal had to settle for a tie against Kerala in a thrilling Group B fixture of the Vijay Hazare Trophy one-day tournament here on Wednesday. Last years runner-up Bengal made a mockery of a modest ...
 Deccan Herald1 month ago

A disaster waiting to happen: Kasganj town has been communally polarised for a while now

In Kasganj town, the latest place on the communal violence map in the Hindi heartland, the fear is palpable. “Everyone is scared to step out,” Faizan Khan, a young businessman in the Muslim quarters of Biliram Gate, says. His residence is hardly ...
 catchnews.com1 month ago

HC questions need of committees for govt to do its work

The Delhi High Court today questioned the need to set up "elaborate committees" for the government to do its work."Does the government need committees to do its work? Why do you need elaborate committees," was the query posed by a bench of Justices S Ravindra ...
 Business Standard2 months ago

India's first 'books village'

Bhilar, a strawberry farming hub in Maharashtra, has been transformed into India's first 'books village', discovers Ranjita Ganesan.Illustration: Dominic Xavier/ It is the fifth visit to Mahabaleshwar for Pratibha and Rajesh Bhujbal and, by now, the standard tourist attractions -- a handful of temples, several 'points' offering similar views and fruit packaging firms -- have lost much of their appeal. Still, the couple from Mumbai planned another mini-break here after hearing about ...
 Rediff.com2 months ago
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