New Delhi, Jan. 20 -- Here is the complete scoreboard of the second-one-day international match between India and England. The match was played at the Barabati stadium in Cuttack.
Lokesh Rahul c Stokes b C Woakes 5
Shikhar Dhawan b C Woakes 11
Virat Kohli c Stokes b C Woakes 8
Yuvraj Singh c Jos Buttler b C Woakes 150
MS Dhoni c D Willey b L Plunkett 134
Kedar Jadhav c J Ball b L Plunkett 22
Hardik Pandya not out 19
Ravindra Jade... Read More
New Delhi, Jan. 20 -- As pro-Jallikattu protests intensified across Tamil Nadu and spread to the national Capital, Pondicherry and even Sri Lanka, the UK and Australia on Thursday, the Centre suggested a way out to contain the volatile situation. Prime Minister Narendra Modi is believed to have advised Tamil Nadu Chief Minister O Panneerselvam to introduce a new law on Jallikattu in the State Assembly, telling him that the Centre could not bring ... Read More
Dhaka, Jan. 20 -- Bangladesh women cricket team will take on South Africa women cricket team in the fifth and final ODI of the five-match series scheduled to be held today (Friday) at Sheikh Kamal International Cricket Stadium in Cox's Bazar.
The match kicks off at 9.30 am.
The Tigresses is looking forward to restore some pride winning the last match as the result leaves the series score line at 3-1.... Read More
India, Jan. 20 -- Hounding a young actor is depth of meanness
For the 16-year-old Dangal girl from Kashmir, Zaira Wasim, online trolling isn't new. Way back in 2015, when young Zaira decided to take to Bollywood, as a co-star with actor Aamir Khan in Dangal, her role of a wrestler demanded that she get her hair trimmed. The first gush of objections came from her family which did not approve of her decision to act in the film (due to her Kashmiri... Read More
India, Jan. 20 -- For Indian cricket, the two stalwarts are priceless, and will remain so
What are the similarities between the Taj Mahal and Virat Kohli? Weird enough question, isn't it? To begin with, both are grand: Taj in structure, Virat in stature. Both symbolise love in its purest form: The Mughal-era monument to romantics, the young captain of Men in Blue to cricket fans across the globe. Both are true wonders of the world: The former li... Read More
India, Jan. 20 -- Mahendra Singh Dhoni stepped in to bat with his usual long stride, face turning back to the sun, eyes closed and his bat in shadow practice for a copybook straight drive. Dhoni always wanted to play straight in the initial two overs before he angled his bat for big hits. The crowd cheered and gave him a standing ovation as the hero of Indian cricket took stance in the famous Brabourne stadium in Mumbai in the first one day warm-... Read More
India, Jan. 20 -- With MS Dhoni calling it a day to his long and successful stint as captain of the Indian limited-overs team, and the baton being smoothly passed on to young and energetic Virat Kohli, who now holds the helm in all formats, things are likely to change in the dressing room and the approach of the team will also get a makeover. Here's a look at some interesting contrasts in the approach of the two modern day stalwarts:
While Dhoni... Read More
Amritsar, Jan. 20 -- Punjab Congress President Capt Amarinder Singh, flanked by the party's new star campaigner Navjot Singh Sidhu on Thursday said he will order a reinvestigation into the drug racket case in which Cabinet Minister Bikram Singh Majithia was given a clean shit by the SIT if his party came to power.
"We will order a reinvestigation into the drug racket case in which Majithia was given a clean chit by the SIT and throw behind bars ... Read More
Chandigarh:, Jan. 20 -- Taking pot shots at Punjab Congress president Capt Amarinder Singh and BJP's former MP Navjot Singh Sidhu for praising each other, SAD on Thursday said that they should clear the confusion from public's minds as they are wondering their which statement is real one.
"Sidhu has now said that 'Amarinder Singh is his boss', then he should make it clear why he was earlier forced to declare that 'they will compromise with the C... Read More
India, Jan. 19 -- An ace Kashmiri soccer player, who has represented the country for 14 years, has threatened to quit a government job that tasked him with teaching singing and dancing to school students, saying it was akin to "asking an aeronautical engineer to assemble a bicycle".
Ishfaq Ahmad, 33, was given the job of a physical education teacher in December as recognition of his contribution as a sportsperson.
He was recently asked to prepa... Read More