Anu Jogesh

  • Axe the Tax: CNN-IBN takes public tax woes to FM 04-07-2009 03:37 PM

    CNN-IBN turns the proverbial act into the direction of public policy. ...
  • Environment Day: e-waste 05-06-2009 06:14 PM

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  • Man's green effort lights up village off the power grid 05-06-2009 01:26 PM

    India has close to 600 million houses not connected to the electricity grid. ...
  • From darkness to light

    Good Gnus |  Anu Jogesh
    Two unrelated news reports emerged this week. The Obama administration deployed its first-ever trade mission to India. The delegation was here to discuss ...

  • Ties of blood: Ahmedabad unites in grief, hope 29-07-2008 12:56 PM

    Hobart: Opener David Warner is a rare talent and the X-factor he brings to the Australian team more than makes up for the odd ugly dismissal, captain Michael Clarke said on Thursday. Warner's last Test innings ended with a wild slash at the ball in the defeat to South Africa...
  • Ties of blood: Ahmedabad unites in grief, hope 29-07-2008 10:46 AM

    Hobart: Sri Lanka's "terrible" pace attack is the worst ever to visit Australia and does not have the quality to give the home team a testing examination, former Test fast bowler Rodney Hogg said Thursday. While the sixth-ranked Sri Lankans have an impressive batting line-up featuring the likes of Kumar...
  • Ahmedabad blast victim recalls the horror 27-07-2008 05:15 PM

    Mumbai: Veteran Eden Gardens curator Prabir Mukherjee is in trouble with the Cricket Board over his outburst in the media prior to the commencement of the ongoing third Test between India and England in Kolkata on December 5. BCCI vice president Niranjan Shah on Friday hit out at Mukherjee for...
  • Jagmohan Mundhra's Shoot on Sight is premiered at BAFTA 24-07-2008 04:23 PM

    New Delhi: Ricky Ponting's decision to call it quits on Thursday might have added fuel to the fire in the raging debate over Sachin Tendulkar's retirement, but India opener Gautam Gambhir feels his senior team-mate still has a lot to offer. "Nobody can force anyone to retire. Each individual knows...
  • Common weed may become fuel of future 04-07-2008 08:15 PM

    Lahore: The Pakistan Cricket Board has apparently issued a show cause notice to allrounder Abdul Razzaq for making contentious remarks after returning from Sri Lanka with the national team. Sources close to Razzaq said he had got a notice on Sunday regarding his remarks about his selection for the ICC...
  • Sunny side up for India's climate change plan 01-07-2008 03:43 PM

    In his playing days, Sandeep Patil was known for his cavalier attitude and stylish strokeplay. He is, after all, the man who hit Bob Willis for 24 runs in an over, and frequently dumped cricket balls into the Arabian Sea when batting for Mumbai at the Wankhede Stadium. But on...
  • SOE survey: Pollution, India's biggest bother | Blog 05-06-2008 03:13 PM

    Johannesburg: Legendary South African batsman Graeme Pollock has lambasted the BCCI for yet again raising a red flag for the universal implementation of the Decision Review System (DRS). Pollock, voted South Africa's best cricketer of the 20th century in 2009, did not spare the ICC either as he slammed the...
  • Crisis in a Cold Desert?

    Good Gnus |  Anu Jogesh
    The first thing you'd probably hear, if you told people that you went to Ladakh are exclamations of awe & envy. A reaction that's not...

  • Ladakh experiences signs of global warming 30-05-2008 03:58 PM

    Lahore: The Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) is keen on signing "exchange" contracts with the Sri Lanka Cricket (SLC) and Bangladesh Cricket Board (BCB) under which their players will take part in the proposed Premier League Twenty20 tournament in Pakistan. "While we allow our players to go and play in the...
  • Ladakh Diary: Global warming threat to coldest desert 30-05-2008 01:46 AM

    Birmingham: The first day's play in the third Test between England and the West Indies at Edgbaston here on Thursday was washed out without a ball being bowled. Heavy overnight and early morning rain meant the square was fully covered when the captains should have been tossing up ahead of...
  • The Krishna quest: Piecing together the mighty river 12-05-2008 11:57 AM

    Dubai: The Woolf Report, nomination of the ICC vice-president, managing the volume of Twenty20 cricket, schedule of events from 2015 to 2023, are some of the issues that the ICC Executive Board will discuss when it meets in Dubai on Sunday. During the meeting, the Board will study the Woolf...
  • Krishna river in a political whirlpool 07-05-2008 05:13 PM

    Karachi: Pakistan's former player Wasim Akram swung behind Mohammad Amir on Thursday, saying he deserves to be forgiven and allowed back into international cricket after serving a ban for spot-fixing. I think we should move on in Amir's case, forgive him as he has served his punishment for the mistake...
  • New desi words make their mark in English lexicon 23-01-2008 02:57 PM

    Georgetown: West Indies fast bowler Fidel Edwards is looking to make a successful comeback to international cricket after being sidelined with a back injury for close to two years. The fiery 29-year-old was last week invited to participate in a two-day practice match prior to the first Digicel Test match...