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4th Test: India suffer 60-run defeat against England

4th Test: India suffer 60-run defeat against England. India was handed its third consecutive series defeat in England as it was bowled out for 184 runs in the fourth Test match at the Ageas Bowlcricket ground, giving the hosts an unassailable 3-1 lead in the five-match series. The day’s play started with England’s score at 260 for the loss of

Jayant Yadav ruled out of Quadrangular A series

Jayant Yadav ruled out of Quadrangular A series

Jayant Yadav ruled out of Quadrangular A series. Haryana all-rounder Jayant Yadav has been ruled out of the ongoing Quadrangular A Series with a right side strain injury. “The all-rounder is suffering from a right side strain injury and will be undergoing rehab at NCA, Bengaluru,” said an official statement from the Board of Control for Cricket in India

Ford Aspire, Figo Facelift Revealed; India Launch Soon

Ford Aspire, Figo Facelift Revealed; India Launch Soon. Ford has revealed the made-in-India Figo and Aspire facelift in South Africa. The American carmaker gave us a preview of the Figo facelift in February when it debuted the refreshed Ka+ in Europe but this is the first time its sedan counterpart has been showcased. It is

Suzuki Begins Exporting 2018 Swift From India soon

Suzuki Begins Exporting 2018 Swift From India

Suzuki Begins Exporting 2018 Swift From India. Suzuki has commenced the export of the third-generation Swift from India. The first lot was shipped from Mumbai Port to South Africa and Suzuki is confident about more markets joining the list soon. 2018 Maruti Swift Becomes Quickest Car To Reach 1 Lakh Bookings The third-gen Swift is

South African miners rescued

Over 900 trapped South African miners rescued

South African miners rescued: More than 900 miners have been rescued after being trapped in a South African mine following a power failure, authorities said on Friday. A violent storm had knocked out the electricity supply on Wednesday night, trapping the miners, the BBC reported. The operation to rescue the trapped miners at the Beatrix mine

India vs South Africa 3rd Test

3rd Test: Outplayed India pray to avoid series whitewash against SA

India vs South Africa 3rd Test: Johannesburg, (Jan 23) India will aim to avoid an embarrassing series whitewash and salvage some pride when they meet a confident South Africa in the third and final Test match which starts at the Wanderers Stadium here on Wednesday.In the first two Test matches, India were outplayed in every

South Africa end India’s nine-series winning streak

Centurion, Jan 17, Indomitable at home, India’s batsmen capitulated in the face of South Africa’s menacing pace attack to suffer a 135-run drubbing in the second Test here today, ending a nine-series unbeaten run for Virat Kohli’s world No.1 side. After the 72-run loss in the opening Test, the margin got bigger here as the

Ashwin’s three, lively fielding drive India’s fightback

CENTURION: India affected a dramatic turn around by taking three wickets for five runs in the last hour to reduce South Africa to 269 for six at stumps on the opening day of the second Test here. Off-spinner Ravichandran Ashwin snared three crucial wickets as the visitors fought back after the duo of Hashim Amla

Pujara lauds Pandya's efforts against South Africa

Pujara lauds Pandya’s efforts against South Africa

Pujara lauds Pandya’s efforts against South Africa: Cape Town [South Africa], Jan 7: Renowned Indian batsman Cheteshwar Pujara on Sunday lauded all-rounder Hardik Pandya for helping India do well in the first Test against South Africa. South Africa ended the second day’s play 142 runs ahead, with eight second-innings wickets in hand. While addressing a press conference,

Virat Kohli

Cricket in my blood, not tough to switch post wedding: Virat Kohli

Virat Kohli said it would not be difficult to get back to professional cricket after a short break. “Cricket is in my blood”. Kohli, who scored 2818 international runs and 11 hundreds in 2017, opted out of the limited-overs series against Sri Lanka to get married to Anushka Sharma in a private ceremony in Italy.“I was away for something

Johannesburg Commonwealth Wrestling Championship: India wins ten gold, silver medals

Johannesburg Commonwealth Wrestling Championship: India won 10 gold and as many silver medals on the first day of the Commonwealth Wrestling Championship in South Africa’s Johannesburg. The India Greco Roman Style Wrestling Team that represented the nation at the championship won gold and milver Medals in all 10 weight categories.The male team who won gold medal

Ganguly backs Kohli on cramped schedule issue ahead of SA tour

Kolkata, Nov 24, Former India captain Sourav Ganguly on Friday endorsed Virat Kohli’s complaint about cramped scheduling ahead of the important South Africa tour, saying the team needed time to prepare before heading off to such tough assignments.”He was talking about scheduling of cricket which is so correct. You got to give teams time to

need bouncy tracks vs Lanka

No time to prepare for SA, need bouncy tracks vs Lanka: Kohli

Nagpur, Nov 23, No time to prepare for SA, need bouncy tracks vs Lanka: Kohli : India captain Virat Kohli admitted that the team management had “no choice” but to request for hard bouncy tracks for the ongoing Test series against Sri Lanka with little time left to prepare for the South Africa series. The

India Bike Week 2017

BMW Motorrad to Debut at India Bike Week 2017

India Bike Week 2017: BMW Motorrad is all set to make a debut with its ‘ultimate riding machines’ at the India Bike Week (IBW) in Vagator, Goa from 24-25 November 2017. BMW Motorrad will launch two iconic motorcycles at the India Bike Week 2017– the new BMW K 1600 B and the new BMW R

Mithali rises to top spot in ICC batswomen ranking

Mithali rises to top spot in ICC batswomen ranking

Mithali top spot ICC batswomen ranking: Indian women cricket team captain Mithali Raj on moved up one place to occupy the number one spot in the latest ICC ODI rankings for batswomen. Ellyse Perry of Australia and Amy Satterthwaite of New Zealand also jumped one place each to be at second and third spots while

Pakistani cricketer Mudassar Nazar welcomes Elgar in his 199 Club

Mumbai, Oct. 2  : – Former Pakistani cricketer Mudassar Nazar has welcomed the new entrant Dean Elgar in his 199 Club. The South African opener was dismissed for 199 runs on the second day of the Test match against Bangladesh (at the Senwes Park, Potchefstroom). Incidentally, the Pakistani opener was the first member of the Club,

New horizones for All India Radio, expand services to Japan, Germany

New horizones for All India Radio, expand services to Japan, Germany

The All India Radio (AIR) is planning to cover new horizons beyond the India. AIR is underway to catch the international audience by launching new services for several countries, including Japan, Germany and some in the Commonwealth of Independent States, with an aim to make stronger the government’s diplomatic efforts and outreach programmes to the

India will play only three Tests on South Africa tour

India will play only three Tests on South Africa tour

The decision on test cricket match series of India and South Africa (CSA) has been finalised by BCCI and Cricket South Africa (CSA). The tour will include three tests, six ODIs and three Twenty20 Internationals, with the first test to begin in Cape Town on January 5. In a press statement, cricket boards said that

South Africa to host BRICS 2018 summit- Daily Post India

South Africa to host BRICS 2018 summit

South Africa will host the 10th summit of the BRICS 2018 bloc, which groups Brazil, Russia, India, China and South Africa, in next year The announcement has made by Chinese President Xi Jinping  on Tuesday after the end of the 9th BRICS. While addressing the BRICS Business Forum preceding the current BRICS summit, South African President Jacob Zuma

BRICS must engage in diplomacy to avoid ‘conflict and confrontation’

Chinese President Xi Jinping said that the Brazil-Russia-India-China-South Africa (BRICS) must commit to engage in diplomacy to resolve “hotspot issues” for “global peace and development” and not “conflict and confrontation”. “Incessant conflicts in some parts of the world and hotspot issues are opposing challenges to world peace, and people around the world want peace and