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PHOTOS: Pakistan down South Africa in rain-hit match to stay alive
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Pakistan win rain-hit game after bowlers deliver goods

A fired up Pakistan got the better of South Africa by 19 runs via Duckworth Lewis method in a rain-hit game to remain in contention for the semifinals of the ICC Champions Trophy, here on Wednesday. After an embarrassing defeat against India, Pakistan ... Deccan Herald, 1 month ago

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South African and Namibian Boys on a tour to explore Indian cricket

New Delhi [India], Apr 26 (ANI-NewsVoir): Melsh Tours India, recently conducted two back to back 10 Day cricket tours to India that saw active participation from South African young teams, Cape Invitational XI from Namibia on one tour and CK All Stars XI from ...
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More than an oppressor's language: reclaiming the hidden history of Afrikaans

The language of Afrikaans remains a contested issue in South Africa. The controversy over the medium of instruction at traditionally Afrikaans universities such as Stellenbosch has brought this to the fore again. Should it be in Afrikaans, English, a ...
 catchnews.com2 months ago

Soccer-Germany's Loew delighted with progress of his young team

Loew left behind players such as goalkeeper Manuel Neuer, Jerome Boateng, Sami Khedira, Toni Kroos and Thomas Mueller yet his side still managed to beat the Asian, African, CONCACAF and South American champions on their way to lifting the title.
 DNA2 weeks ago

Indian 'Blue Helmets' in South Sudan tackle deadly cattle raids

At the centre of the raging South Sudan conflict is not oil or territory but cattle, which, Indian UN peacekeepers posted to the African nation say, are considered "more precious" than humans. A young Indian commanding officer of the United Nations Mission in ...
 Business Standard1 month ago

The brilliant ways of avian brood parasites

The pin-tailed whydah is a spectacular little bird. It's also a parasite. And if you live near Los Angeles or some other parts of the United States, it could soon become a regular visitor to your backyard, says Mark Hauber, an evolutionary ecologist at Hunter ...
 Deccan Herald3 days ago

Roger Federer, from Mr Angry to Mr Perfect

From racquet-smashing enfant terrible with a bad attitude and ill-advised ponytail to universally respected sporting role model and modern icon, Roger Federer has come a long, long way. Fourteen years after winning his first Grand Slam title at Wimbledon, ...
 Deccan Herald4 days ago

Aurangzeb and the Denial of Bigotry

...(Robert E.) Lee once asserted in a letter that slavery was a “moral & political evil.” But in that same letter, he argued that there was no sense protesting the peculiar institution and that its demise should be left to “a wise Merciful ...
 Open Magazine1 week ago
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Reservations in cricket: Not a bad idea

'We should be open to looking at Ramdas Athavale's suggestion of reservations in the cricket team.''India will not be unique if it chooses to do this,' says Aakar Patel. Two recent events have brought up a subject the middle class does not like: Reservations. Union Minister Ramdas Athavale has asked for reservations in cricket, saying that the Indian team has a poor record. If it were to include more communities, Athavale says, it could perform better. Before we look at the issue, let's look ...
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Anti-hunger Indian hero gets Queen's honour

Ankit Kawatra was one of three Indians to be honoured by Queen Elizabeth II. Ankit Kawatra, 25, was among 60 exceptional young people across the world to receive the Queen's Young Leader Award this year. The Young Leaders Programme was launched during the British monarch's diamond jubilee and aims to discover, celebrate and support young people across the Commonwealth. Public health activist Suhani Jalota and South African civil engineer Aditi Lachman were also presented the honour. Ankit ...
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