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24 Jun 2015 : Ind vs Ban 3rd ODI : Bangladesh opt to field against India  
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Mirpur (Bangladesh) : Bangladesh skipper Mashrafe Mortaza won the toss and decided to field against India in the thir ... More

21 Jun 2015 : Ind vs Ban 2nd ODI : Bangladesh beat India by 6 wickets, clinch three-match series 2-0  
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Mirpur : Bangladesh produced a clinical performance with the ball and then backed it up with the bat to claim a remarkable six-wicket ... More
Millions in India, thousands abroad mark International Yoga Day  
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New Delhi : It was an unprecedented demonstration of India's soft power as tens of thousands across the world, besides millions in In ... More
18 Jun ’15 : Ind vs Ban 1st ODI : Bangladesh won by 79 runs  
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Mirpur (Bangladesh) : Bangladesh produced a clinical all-round performance to claim a memorable 79-run victory agai ... More

After Lalit Modi, opposition takes on BJP on Advani’s Emergency remarks  
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New Delhi : Already in the line of opposition's fire over the Lalit Modi issue, the ruling BJP on Thursday was further driven to a co ... More
Delighted with team’s all-round performance: Bangladesh skipper Mashrafe Mortaza  
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Mirpur (Bangladesh) : Bangladesh skipper Mashrafe Mortaza said he was delighted with the overall performance put up by his team to be ... More

Sports News

Chile footballer Arturo Vidal apologies for drunk driving

Chile footballer Arturo Vidal apologies for drunk driving
Santiago : Chile midfielder Arturo Vidal publicly apologised after being arrested for crashing his car under the influence of alcohol during the Copa America tourn ...Read More

Ind vs Ban 1st Test : India-Bangladesh rain-marred Test ends in tame draw

Ind vs Ban 1st Test : India-Bangladesh rain-marred Test ends in tame draw
Fatullah (Bangladesh) : The frustrating, rain-marred one-off cricket Test between India and Bangladesh ended in a tame draw as the hosts finished at 23 for no loss ...Read More

Saina Nehwal rises to World No.2

Saina Nehwal rises to World No.2
After dropping to the third spot, Saina Nehwal has risen a place to be ranked No.2 in women’s singles, in the latest Badminton World Federation (BWF) rankings released on Thursday. ...Read More

National News

SC scraps pre-medical entrance test

New Delhi : In a major verdict, the Supreme court on Monday scrapped the All India Pre Medical Entrance Test (AIPMT) for the year 2015-16 following the leak of its question paper an ...Read More

State News

First anti-gravity aerial yoga centre launched in Ahmedabad

First anti-gravity aerial yoga centre launched in Ahmedabad
Ahmedabad: Gujarat’s first anti-gravity aerial yoga centre launched in Ahmedabad, on June 18, 2015. [caption id=”attachment_185448″ align=”aligncenter” width=”6 ...Read More


International News

The high-speed rail connecting Shanghai and southwest China’s Kunming City

The high-speed rail connecting Shanghai and southwest China's Kunming City
GUIYANG  : The high-speed train G3002 pulls out of Guiyang North Railway Station in Guiyang, capital of southwest China’s Guizhou Province, June 18, 2015. A ne ...Read More

White House briefing room evacuated in bomb scare

Washington : The US Secret Service interrupted the daily press conference of White House spokesperson Josh Earnest in order to temporarily evacuate the briefing ro ...Read More

75 killed in Ghana gas station explosion

75 killed in Ghana gas station explosion
Accra : At least 75 people were killed in an explosion in a gas station in Ghana’s capital Accra even as torrential rains lashed the West African nation, an offic ...Read More

Entertainment News

Ali Fazal to play negative role in next film

Ali Fazal to play negative role in next film
Actor Ali Fazal, who will essay a negative role in his upcoming yet untitled film, will attend two international metal music festivals to absorb the essen ...Read More

Divyanka not in ‘Yeh Hai Mohabbatein’ post leap?

Divyanka not in 'Yeh Hai Mohabbatein' post leap?
The story of “Yeh Hai Mohabbatein” may be heading towards a forward leap, and what remains uncertain is whether actress Divyanka Tripathi continues to be a part of the sh ...Read More

Ram Gopal Varma starts shooting ‘Killing Veerappan’

Ram Gopal Varma starts shooting 'Killing Veerappan'
Filmmaker Ram Gopal Varma has started shooting his upcoming Kannada directorial debut “Killing Veerappan”, about the killer of the most wanted forest brigand. Varma to ...Read More

Business News

Sensex closes 146 points up

Sensex closes 146 points up
Mumbai :  A benchmark index of the Indian equities markets, the 30-scrip BSE Sensitive Index (Sensex), provisionally closed the ...Read More

Sensex rebounds, ends 100 points up

Sensex rebounds, ends 100 points up
Mumbai : A benchmark index for Indian equities, the sensitive index (Sensex) of the Bombay Stock Exchange, rebounded and closed ...Read More

Mahindra Aerospace to make components for Airbus Group

Indian conglomerate Mahindra Group on Monday bagged a large aero-components production contract from an Airbus Group company — Premium Aerotec o ...Read More

City News

Former Delhi law minister Jitender Singh Tomar withdraws bail plea

New Delhi : Former Delhi law minister Jitender Singh Tomar on Tuesday withdrew his bail plea in an alleged fake ...Read More

Three-year-old girl raped in Delhi

New Delhi :  A three-year-old girl was raped and a wooden object inserted into her private parts by unidentified assailants her ...Read More

Nestle moves Bombay High Court on Maggi ban, hearing on Friday

Nestle moves Bombay High Court on Maggi ban, hearing on Friday
Mumbai : The Bombay High Court will hear on Friday a plea by the Indian arm of Swiss multinational Nestle’s seeking a judicial r ...Read More

Blog/Opinion/Featured News

Kids behave worse when dads feel unsupported

Children are more likely to display troublesome behaviour in families in which the father feels unsupported by his partner, says a study. The ways in which parents work together ...Read More

Listen to your heart to control behaviour

Listening to your heart more often, not just when you are petrified or excited, may confer great benefits as researchers believe that being aware of the heart’s rhythm could give p ...Read More

How to make trees grow bigger and quicker

Scientists have discovered a way to make trees grow bigger and faster which could increase supplies of renewable resources and help trees cope with the effects of climate change. ...Read More

Sci-Tech News

Apple attacks Windows, Android with new updates

San Francisco/New Delhi : Apple’s CEO Tim Cook on Monday morning came on to the stage in San Francisco to reveal the technology giant’s music service, OS X update ...Read More

Health News

Large parental age gap ups autism risk in kids

Children born to teenage mothers and whose parents have a large gap between their ages are at an increased risk of developing autism spectrum disorder (ASD), says a large study inv ...Read More

Education News

Medical test paper leak: SC order on June 15

New Delhi :  The Supreme Court will pronounce on June 15 its order on a batch of petitions seeking re-conduct of All India Pre-Medical Entrance Test (AIPMT) follo ...Read More

LifeStyle News

Tips to avoid acne, rashes in summer

Take extra care of you skin during summer to avoid rashes and acne. Always wipe your sweat, keep yourself hydrated and avoid a sedentary lifestyle, says an expert. Here ...Read More