Swetha Balasubramanian

  • Tough for Karnataka sex workers to get voter I-card April 17, 2008

    Karachi: Former Pakistan captain Zaheer Abbas, a member of the PCB coaches' committee, on Monday admitted that they have recommended Dav Whatmore's name for the post of chief coach. The PCB and the coaches' committee until now had declined to confirm that only the name of Whatmore was recommended for...
  • Here's the story of Ram, Broadway style April 10, 2008

    Perth: Australian captain Michael Clarke says he is considering ignoring two of his own golden rules for the third Test against India at Perth's WACA Ground, starting on Friday. Both teams are considering playing four fast bowlers in the match, with the WACA pitch still boasting a healthy covering of...
  • 7 pc inflation sees prices of veggies doubling April 7, 2008

    Sydney: Australia captain Michael Clarke hopes that his unbeaten double century against India will earn him respect, while his former captain Ricky Ponting, who marked his return to form with a century, described the second day as an unbelievable one for his team. Hopefully, it would earn me respect. That's...
  • Stray dogs rounded up post Bangalore airport mishap March 28, 2008

    New Delhi: The nine franchises of Indian Premier League (IPL) will go into the auction for next edition of Indian Premier League with a purse of USD 2 million, as per the decision taken by the Governing Council at a meeting held in south Indain city Chennai on Saturday. According...
  • Bangalore all set to map its lead content March 28, 2008

    Melbourne: Spin king Shane Warne has still got it according to an awestruck teammate who faced him in a nets session ahead of his return to competitive cricket, a report said on Thursday. Warne, 42, ended his stellar playing career at the Indian Premier League in May, but announced a...
  • Bangalore all set to map its lead content March 28, 2008

    Melbourne: Spin king Shane Warne has still got it according to an awestruck teammate who faced him in a nets session ahead of his return to competitive cricket, a report said on Thursday. Warne, 42, ended his stellar playing career at the Indian Premier League in May, but announced a...
  • Matrimonial discord reason for B'lore double murder March 25, 2008

    India Second Innings 4:50 p.m. West Indies hold their nerves as the third and final Test between India and West Indies ends in a tense draw. But India clinch the series 2-0 after winning the Delhi and Kolkata Tests. Needing three runs in the last over bowled by Fidel Edwards,...
  • Cops victimising us in terror probe: B'lore Muslims March 21, 2008

    Former Indian players, Sanjay Manjrekar and Maninder Singh analyse India's win over West Indies in the second Test at Kolkata. ...
  • Karnataka planning to throw open more liquor shops March 14, 2008

    London: More trouble is in store for corrupt Pakistani circketers as ICC's Anti-Corruption and Security Unit (ACSU) is all set to launch its own investigation into the nation's 2010 tour of England following indications of more tainted matches during the spot-fixing trial in London. During the course of the trial...
  • Karnataka planning to throw open more liquor shops March 14, 2008

    London: More trouble is in store for corrupt Pakistani circketers as ICC's Anti-Corruption and Security Unit (ACSU) is all set to launch its own investigation into the nation's 2010 tour of England following indications of more tainted matches during the spot-fixing trial in London. During the course of the trial...
  • Bottlenecks fail to stop Bangalore's new airport March 8, 2008

    Royal Challengers' innings: Over No. 20: Maiden title for Mumbai! Harbhajan Singh led from the front with three key wickets as Mumbai Indians ended their trophy drought by clinching the Champions League Twenty20 title after beating the Royal Challengers Bangalore by 31-runs here on Sunday. RCB 108 all out. Over...
  • IT recruitment scam busted in Bangalore March 5, 2008

    Chennai: With a sensational win against the Chennai Super Kings in their bag, Trinidad and Tobago believe they still have an outside chance of qualifying for the semi-finals of the Champions League T20 tournament, according to their skipper Daren Ganga. Following the 12-run win against the Super Kings on Sunday,...
  • KMC questions ethics of healthcare advertisements March 3, 2008

    New Delhi: On guard after the Indian cricket team's injury crisis during its shambolic tour of England recently, IPL authorities have instructed the franchises to report any injury problems in their sides immediately to the BCCI. IPL boss Rajiv Shukla said he would try to create better coordination between the...
  • 2 B'lore kids find way of charging iPods with onions February 28, 2008

    Hyderabad: Having achieved the pole position in ODIs, Australia would soon regain its past glory by becoming the No 1 team in Test cricket as well, feels speedster Bret Lee. "We won the ODI series in Sri Lanka. We are 1-0 up in Tests now. We are on our road...
  • 2 B'lore kids find way of charging iPods with onions February 28, 2008

    Hyderabad: Having achieved the pole position in ODIs, Australia would soon regain its past glory by becoming the No 1 team in Test cricket as well, feels speedster Bret Lee. "We won the ODI series in Sri Lanka. We are 1-0 up in Tests now. We are on our road...