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Rishabh Pant To Be Groomed As India’s Next Wicketkeeper-Batsman

MUMBAI July 22: MS Dhoni ruled himself out of the upcoming tour of West Indies and that paved the way for Rishabh Pant to be included in the India squad as the lone wicketkeeper-batsman. Continue reading “Rishabh Pant To Be Groomed As India’s Next Wicketkeeper-Batsman”

England coach Trevor Bayliss to come back to Kolkata

MUMBAI July 18: Trevor Bayliss, the man behind England’s success in the recently concluded World cup, will come back to Kolkata to coach the Kolkata Knight Riders in next year’s Indian Premier League.
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Selectors to pick squad for West Indies tour on July 19, no clarity on Dhoni’s future yet

New Delhi July 17: The Indian team for next month’s tour of West Indies will be announced on July 19 but there is no clarity over the future of Mahendra Singh Dhoni ahead of the limited-overs leg beginning August 3. Continue reading “Selectors to pick squad for West Indies tour on July 19, no clarity on Dhoni’s future yet”

PM Modi Likely To Attend UN General Assembly Meet In September: Report

WASHINGTON July 13: Prime Minister Narendra Modi is expected to visit the US in September for the upcoming UN general assembly meeting and is likely to address Indian-Americans in Houston during his trip, community leaders said Friday. Continue reading “PM Modi Likely To Attend UN General Assembly Meet In September: Report”

PM Modi Talks About Team India’s ‘Fighting Spirit’ After World Cup Exit

NEW DELHI July 11: As Indian cricket team crashed out of world cup after losing against New Zealand in a low-score thriller, Prime Minister Narendra Modi applauded the “fighting spirit” of the team which put up a tough challenge till the end of the match. Continue reading “PM Modi Talks About Team India’s ‘Fighting Spirit’ After World Cup Exit”

“Dropped Catches, No Balls”: Shashi Tharoor’s Cricket Analogy For Budget

New Delhi July 9: As the World Cup comes closer to a grand finale, Shashi Tharoor today reverted to cricket lexicon in the Parliament to criticize the Union Budget which was presented on Friday. Continue reading ““Dropped Catches, No Balls”: Shashi Tharoor’s Cricket Analogy For Budget”

World Court To Deliver Verdict In Kulbhushan Jadhav Case On July 17

New Delhi July 5: The International Court of Justice or ICJ is expected to pronounce its verdict in the case involving Indian national Kulbhushan Jadhav, sentenced to death in Pakistan, on July 17.
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Rohit Sharma’s Six Hits Fan In Birmingham, Gifts Her A Hat

BIRMINGHAM July 4: Rohit Sharma unintentionally hit a fan with one of his sixes in the match-winning 104-run knock, his record fourth ODI hundred in the ongoing World Cup 2019, against Bangladesh in Birmingham on Tuesday. Continue reading “Rohit Sharma’s Six Hits Fan In Birmingham, Gifts Her A Hat”

India, China Agree To Seek Mutually Acceptable Solution To Boundary Issue

New Delhi June 28: India and China have agreed to seek a fair, reasonable and mutually acceptable solution to the boundary question through negotiations, the government informed Rajya Sabha on Thursday.
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Indian Davis Cup Team Likely To Travel To Pakistan After 55 Years

NEW DELHI June 27: An Indian Davis Cup team is likely to travel to Pakistan after 55 years with the national tennis federation AITA hinting that the central government will allow the players to compete against the neighbouring country in September. Continue reading “Indian Davis Cup Team Likely To Travel To Pakistan After 55 Years”