Archer

  • Photos: Jeffrey Archer trolls 'unknown cricketer' Sachin Tendulkar for photobombing his picture with Mrs. Tendulkar! July 18, 2014

    Bestselling author Jeffrey Archer is not just a brilliant storyteller but also masters the art of trolling! The author was attending the launch of Ian Botham's charity foundation when he met cricketer Sachin Tendulkar and his wife. The author posted two photos on his Twitter account where he trolled Sachin...
  • 'Be Careful What You Wish For' leaves you craving for Archer's next book March 18, 2014

    After a year long wait and pondering on various permutations and combinations about what will happen to the characters after finishing the third book (Best Kept Secret) in The Clifton Chronicles series, I laid my hands on 'Be Careful What You Wish For' as soon as it got released worldwide....
  • Arunachal archers detainment: Govt to take up issue of stapled visa with China October 11, 2013

    New Delhi: A day after two Indian archers from Arunachal Pradesh were stopped form boarding a flight to China, the Ministry of External Affairs on Friday said they will take the matter with Chinese authorities. Admitting that such issues have been taken up with China in the past, the ministry warned...
  • Indian archers held for stapled Chinese visas October 11, 2013

    Archery association to take up the issue with the government after Sorang Yumi and Maselo Mihu were held up at Delhi airport for stapled visas issued by the Chinese Embassy. ...
  • Triumphant Indian women archers return home August 27, 2013

    New Delhi: The triumphant Indian women's recurve team, which clinched the World Cup Stage IV crown in Poland, returned home in the wee hours on Tuesday to a lukewarm response. The archery team, comprising Bombayla Devi, Deepika Kumari and Rimil Buriuly, were later felicitated at the resident of President of Archery...
  • Best Kept Secret is a very smartly written sequel April 18, 2013

    Let me begin this post by saying, I LOVE JEFFREY ARCHER. What could be more wonderful than reading the latest book of your favourite author on the World Book Day. Well, that's what I was doing most of the day today and just finished reading the book3 of The Clifton...
  • 'Tradition of story-telling will survive in India' March 18, 2013

    New Delhi: India remains an inspiration for acclaimed British novelist and short story writer Jeffrey Archer with its "manic pace, more than 50 million readers and warm hospitality". The writer is in India to launch his new book, "Best Kept Secret", the third in the Clifton Chronicles series, says India is...
  • Author Jeffrey Archer launches his latest 'Best Kept Secret' in Mumbai March 12, 2013

    A regular feature in the bestseller lists, and now a regular feature in India, Jeffrey Archer was in Mumbai to launch his latest 'Best Kept Secret'. ...
  • Can Deepika set it right after poor start? July 27, 2012

    World number one Deepika Kumari turned in a disappointing performance in the London Olympics ranking qualification on Friday. She finished eighth after notching up 662 points in 12 rounds. The pressure of the Olympics and her position in the rankings seems to have got to her. The other two women...
  • Indian archers look forward to a perfect start July 27, 2012

    London: Touted as serious medal contenders, a bunch of shy and unassuming archers will seek to give India's Olympic campaign the perfect start when the event gets underway here on Thursday at the hallowed turf of Lord's, the spiritual home of cricket. If the archers needed a spark of inspiration, they...
  • Indian archers aim high ahead of Olympics July 23, 2012

    London: For most young boys growing up in cricket-crazy India, walking out on the hallowed turf at Lord's is the stuff dreams are made of. Archer Tarundeep Rai is no different. Rai is part of the Indian men's archery triumvirate with Jayanta Talukdar and Rahul Banerjee competing at the London Olympics...
  • Archer Deepika under pressure due to No.1 tag July 14, 2012

    Kolkata: Though highly hopeful of winning an Olympic medal, world number one archer Deepika Kumari Saturday said being at the top of the rankings does not guarantee a podium finish at the London Games. "Being the world number one is an added pressure and it does not guarantee a medal unless...
  • Indian athletes target medals at the London Olympics July 5, 2012

    Shooters Gagan Narang, Manavjit Singh Sandhu and archer Deepika Kumari are hopeful of a good show at the upcoming Olympics. ...
  • Indian archers win silver in World Cup May 6, 2012

    Kolkata: The Indian men's recurve team of Jayanta Talukdar, Tarundeep Rai and Rahul Banerjee settled for a silver after going down to their opponents from Great Britain in the Archery World Cup Stage II in Antalya. According to information received, the Indian trio lost the final with a margin of 211-222....
  • Jeffrey Archer does it again March 24, 2012

    There's no doubt about it - Jeffrey Archer's got a gift. At first glance, The 'Sins of the Father' is a heady mix of, well, stuff that Archer's given us before – the prison sentence, the wronged innocent, the devoted partner, who fights against all odds – but he does...
  • I will never write a book on India: Jeffrey Archer March 15, 2011

    New Delhi: Master storyteller, former politician and an ardent cricket fan, British author Jeffery Archer was in Delhi to promote his latest book,'Only Time Will Tell' the first of the five-part Clifton Chronicle. IBNLive managed a little time with the catch up with the author who chatted about his latest...
  • Two Canadian archers pull out of CWG September 23, 2010

    Toronto/New Delhi: After Canada Wednesday told some of its athletes to delay proceeding to the Commonwealth Games because of "unliveable" conditions at the athletes' village, two Canadian archers pulled out of the sporting event citing safety and health concerns. Kevin Tataryn and Dietmar Trillus said they will not be going to...
  • Indian couple finds place in Archer's book June 15, 2010

    Bestselling author Lord Jeffrey Archer launched his latest short story collection in Mumbai. ...
  • Archer's Kane and Abel celebrates its 30th anniv November 10, 2009

    Hyderabad: British author Jeffrey Archer's acclaimed novel Kane and Abel celebrated its 30th anniversary. So, the author decided to visit India to launch the special 30th anniversary edition of the novel. ...
  • Weekly Bestsellers: Grab your copy today! June 24, 2009

    Take a look at the Crossword Top 1 to 10 Bestseller List, in Fiction, and Non-Fiction category, for the period ranging from June 15 to June 21, 2009. RANK TITLE AUTHOR...
  • Cricket is not Twenty20: Lord Jeffery Archer May 14, 2009

    Mumbai: After releasing his novel Prisoner of Birth in May 2008, legendary author Lord Jeffrey Archer is back in India. This time in Mumbai to launch his latest book, Paths of Glory and to catch up with his fans. On Wednesday evening Mumbai's ardent book lovers gathered at Landmark to...
  • Kane and Abel author looks for financier for new movie May 25, 2009

    Chennai: Popular English writer Jeffrey Archer is on a quick tour of India to publicize his new book Paths of Glory, and his first stop was at Chennai on Monday night. Archer said, "It's a story set in 1924 of a person called George Mallory, who quite possibly was...
  • Jeffrey Archer on books, cricket and India May 29, 2008

    Jeffrey Archer stormed back onto bestseller lists in India and worldwide, with his latest book, A Prisoner of Birth. The book tells the story of Danny Cartwright, a young mechanic from Eastend who's convicted of a crime he did not commit; convicted because the system is often stacked against those...
  • Jeffery Archer pens new bestseller: A Prisoner of Birth May 25, 2008

    New Delhi: Jeffrey Archer stormed back onto bestseller lists in India and worldwide, with his latest book, A Prisoner of Birth. A Prisoner of Birth tells the story of Danny Cartwright, a young mechanic from East End who's convicted of a crime he did not commit. Convicted because the system...
  • Cricket is Test match not Twenty20: Jeffrey Archer May 23, 2008

    Best-selling author Jeffrey Archer is in India to promote his latest book A Prisoner of Birth. Archer loves cricket but isn't a convert to the latest version of the game. Archer on Test Cricket vs Twenty20 I am mad about cricket but I do think that cricket is a Test match not...
  • Estop: Karan Johar is all about coffee, chit-chatting May 19, 2008

    New Delhi: Filmmaker Karan Johar was spotted promoting a coffee brand on Sunday afternoon and Jeffery Archer on his book and India. ...
  • Jeffrey Archer set to base next novel in India May 23, 2008

    New Delhi: There is good news for all fans of Jeffrey Archer – the best-selling novelist is touring India to promote his later offering A Prisoner of Birth. The life of the man is nearly as colourful as his novels. Archer, a former Member of Parliament also ran a Canadian company...