Dharamsala, March 22 (IANS) The Indian women’s cricket team succumbed to its second successive defeat when they went down to England by two wickets in the World Twenty20 at the Himachal Pradesh Cricket Association (HPCA) Stadium here on Tuesday. India batted with a bit too much abandon and finished onRead More →

by Veturi Srivatsa Mahendra Singh Dhoni’s media conference at Eden Gardens in Kolkata, after India beat Pakistan for the 11th time in the ICC tournaments, appeared more like he was addressing his own team-mates. Like a teacher telling his students which classmate of theirs they should emulate, pointing to theRead More →

Kolkata, March 20: The Indian middle order’s most trusted soldier Virat Kohli anchored a tricky chase to enable his side humble arch-rivals Pakistan by six wickets in a rain-curtailed World Twenty 20 group 2 tie at the packed Eden Gardens here on Saturday. The hosts, thus, kept intact their all-winRead More →

Public Holidays on Holi, Diwali and Easter As India and Indians over the world goes into a colourful frenzy for Holi, Pakistan is gearing up to a more secular look. As a first in Pakistani history, Holi, Diwali and Easter will now be Public Holidays in Pakistan. Pakistan Parliament onlyRead More →

Actor Anupam Kher who was recently awarded Padma Bhushan, revealed through a series of tweets that Pakistani authorities had denied him a visa to attend a literature festival. He suggested that this decision by Pakistan may have been prompted by his stand on the issue of Kashmiri Pandits and hisRead More →

Who says Santa is a Western phenomenon..! Noted sand artist Sudarsan celebrated Christmas eve by creating a 45-feet-high sand Santa Claus with a “World Peace” message at Puri beach in Orissa. Patnaik’s sand statue came to be recognised as the world’s tallest Santa made of sand. Sudarsan used more thanRead More →