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New Zealand opt to bat against India in fourth ODI

Ranchi: New Zealand skipper Kane Williamsonwon the toss and opted to bat in the fourth and penultimate One-day International against India here today. The hosts have brought in Dhawal Kulkarni in place of Jasprit Bumrah, who is not 100 percent fit, in the playing XI. New Zealand are going in with three spinners, including Ish

Majithia dares Kejriwal to opt for day-to -day hearing

Amritsar: Punjab Revenue minister Bikram Singh Majithia on Friday dared Delhi CM and AAP convener Arvind kejriwal to file for day to day hearing in criminal case as the latter will be appearing in court today. Majithia said Kejriwal’s junior Ashish Khetan had already cleared the ground for not appearing in the case by making

India opt to bat vs New Zealand

Indore: Indian skipper Virat Kohli won the toss and elected to bat in the third and final Test match against New Zealand at the Holkar cricket stadium here on Saturday. India made two changes, bringing in Gautam Gambhir in place of Lokesh Rahul, who was ruled out of the remainder of the series because of

Preparing for your dream job? Opt for an in-person interview

Washington: When it comes to facing a job interview, better go in-person instead of a video-based or other technology-mediated interviews, if you have the options, new research suggests. “We live in a world where we increasingly rely on technology, but this study reminds us that personal interactions should never be underestimated,” said study author Nikki

‘I will never opt for Glamorous roles’

For television actress Pooja Banerjee, who recently has appeared in the shows like Ek Doosre Se Karte Pyar Hum, Hatim and Swim Team among others, acting is nothing but a matter of having common sense. She believes that those who are good listener are automatically successful. And, those who are not good listeners, can’t own

Punjab to opt for CEE for admission into meritorious schools

Patiala: Punjab government has decided to start Combined Entrance Examination (CEE) for admission into meritorious schools in the state. This was announced by Education Minister Dr Daljit Singh Cheema here on Monday, while presiding over a function to honour thirty three 10+2 meritorious students belonging to Patiala district at the Government Multi-purpose Girls Senior Secondary