• Stalin waits in the wings to be deputy CM December 18, 2007

    Dhaka: Indian skipper Mahendra Singh Dhoni on Friday underscored the significance of beginning the 2011 cricket World Cup on a winning note and insisted that their defeat by Bangladesh four years ago did not even cross their minds ahead of their match on Saturday. Dhoni said the Indians had picked...
  • His father's son: Stalin waits to be successor December 16, 2007

    CNN-IBN Editor-in-Chief, Rajdeep Sardesai, in conversation with the legends of the game ahead of the World Cup. ...
  • Chettinad authentic cuisine likely to be a thing of past December 10, 2007

    Mumbai: Popular Canadian singer Bryan Adams will be the only western artist to perform at the opening ceremony for the 2011 ICC Cricket World Cup to be held in Dhaka, Bangladesh. The February 17 performance will fall near the end of Adams' India tour, which begins on Friday in Pune....
  • Chettinad authentic cuisine likely to be a thing of past December 10, 2007

    Mumbai: Popular Canadian singer Bryan Adams will be the only western artist to perform at the opening ceremony for the 2011 ICC Cricket World Cup to be held in Dhaka, Bangladesh. The February 17 performance will fall near the end of Adams' India tour, which begins on Friday in Pune....
  • Security high in Chennai on 15th Babri Masjid anniv December 6, 2007

    New Delhi: West Indies skipper Clive Lloyd was poised to hold aloft the World Cup for a third time, only to see Kapil Dev's "Devils" from India snatch it away in one of the biggest surprises. The West Indies were favourites having won the event twice, while India were outsiders...
  • Chennai firms open doors to differently abled December 5, 2007

    New Delhi: Senior off-spinner Harbhajan Singh believes that the team's impressive performance in South Africa will be of little consequence when India embark on their World Cup journey against Bangladesh next month. "From my personal experience, I can tell you that our good show in South Africa may give us...
  • Chennai flooded with musical concerts this season December 3, 2007

    New Delhi: The Delhi Daredevils team that had some of the best domestic players in action is sure to lose out a lot on local flavour after left-arm seamer Pradeep Sangwan decided to join Kolkata Knight Riders. If that wasn't enough, Delhi Ranji captain Mithun Manhas is also believed to...
  • TN is role model in the fight against AIDS now December 1, 2007

    Cape Town: South Africa has included injured allrounder Jacques Kallis and Pakistan-born spin bowler Imran Tahir in their 15-man squad for next month's World Cup in India, Sri Lanka and Bangladesh. Team manager Mohammed Moosajee said on Tuesday he is confident Kallis will recover from his side strain in time...
  • Tamil Nadu politicians bat for a positive cause December 1, 2007

    A 12 over match was organised by the NGO, ICWO, to mark the World AIDS Day. ...
  • Chennai weaves world's costliest sari at Rs 40 lakh November 27, 2007

    The extravaganza is studded with gold, diamonds and emeralds. ...
  • Chennai weaves world's costliest sari at Rs 40 lakh November 27, 2007

    The extravaganza is studded with gold, diamonds and emeralds. ...
  • Tamil actress wins school land case, students upset November 17, 2007

    A court order to shut down a school has sparked angry protests from students and their parents. ...
  • In Chennai, check out the ultimate movie experience November 14, 2007

    A theatre in Chennai promises viewers the ultimate in movie-going experience. ...
  • In Chennai, check out the ultimate movie experience November 14, 2007

    A theatre in Chennai promises viewers the ultimate in movie-going experience. ...
  • Chennai woman whistles her way to awards November 11, 2007

    Jaipur: S Sreesanth's inspired spell at the death helped India restrict NZ to 258/8 after Scott Styris and Martin Guptill notched up contrasting half centuries in the second ODI here on Wednesday. Opting to field after the coin landed in his favour, the Gautam Gambhir-led India rode on S Sreesanth's...