A defensive lapse towards the end cost India dear as they went down 1-2 against South Korea to suffer their second consecutive defeat in the Sultan Azlan Shah hockey tournament on Sunday. After their spirited fight in the 3-4 defeat against the Australians, ... Deccan Herald, 2 months ago
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There is a lot of difference between jugaad and jugaad innovation. While the former may be symbolic of sloppy the latter is about innovation.Economic Times, 2 months ago
India international fast bowler Shanthakumaran Sreesanth and two teammates arrested over alleged spot-fixing in the IPL. Indian fast bowler Santhakumaran Sreesanth, pictured playing against Australia, has been arrested for alleged spot-fixing in the ...Brisbane Courier-Mail, 1 day ago Dangers of an Indian summer NEWS.com.au, 1 day ago
New Delhi: "The Indian Premier League is a smouldering cesspit ... the sunniest of places for the shadiest people." - Robert Craddock ripped the million-dollar league apart in his column for the Australian daily The Telegraph after the spot-fixing ...IBNLive India News, 1 day ago
Beneath the glitz, glamour and hype so plastic you could wrap your sandwiches in it, the Indian Premier League is a smouldering cesspit. Passion ... Indian fans burn a picture of Sreesanth, who's at the centre of spot-fixing claims. Source: ...FoxSports.com.au, 1 day ago
The city municipal corporation has imposed a fine of Rs 1.5 lakh on private contractors entrusted with road restoration work in areas after laying underground drainage pipelines on Thursday. According to senior corporation officials, this is the ...Times of India, 2 days ago
A global movement is on to make sci-tech research accessible to all. How soon will Indian industry and consumers embrace it? Email Print Image: Sameer Pawar Information is power. But like all power, there are those who want to keep it for ...Forbes India, 5 days ago
A single eye looks back at you from the bright, psychedelic cover of Dekho.2012: Conversations on design in India, upturning the well-known adage about judging books on its head. The stylised typography and generous use of colour inside too affirm ...Time Out Mumbai, 1 week ago
Pakistan goes to the polls today but few in India understand its historic importance. Even fewer notice that Kashmir and India-baiting did not figure in the manifestos of any of the key contestants. The reason? Hysterical TV anchors who can't see ...New Delhi Pioneer, 1 week ago
It is still Michael Clarke first and daylight second when it comes to Australia's batsmen. They struggled desperately against spin in India but in England in three months the challenge will be different. If the ball is swinging, it will not ...Southern Weekly, 1 month ago Sweep learning curve: how the ball was dropped Sydney Morning Herald, 1 month ago
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