Hundred

  • Om Puri: If I don't get work, I will retire 2 days ago

    Mumbai: Veteran actor Om Puri says filmmakers here do not write roles for older actors which leaves them with no choice but to retire. "There are not many roles written for older actors and it gets difficult to get exciting roles today unlike the west. In western countries, there are roles...
  • 'The Hundred-Foot Journey' trailer: It is Om Puri vs Helen Mirren in a battle of cuisines July 10, 2014

    What happens when a happy-go-lucky Indian family crosses path with one of France's most celebrated chefs? The latest Lasse Hallstrom film 'The Hundred-Foot Journey' features Manish Dayal, Om Puri, Juhi Chawla and Helen Mirren in this warm tale of cross-cultural cuisines. The film is based on a novel by the...
  • 1st Test: Darren Bravo's double hundred thwarts New Zealand on Day 4 December 6, 2013

    Dunedin: Darren Bravo provided stubborn resistance to New Zealand's bowlers bringing up his maiden Test double century to ensure West Indies made the hosts bat again and sent the first Test at University Oval here into a fifth and final day. Bravo, whose previous highest Test score was 195 against Bangladesh...
  • 'Sachin Tendulkar was always destined to be great' October 29, 2012

    IBN18 editor-in-chief Rajdeep Sardesai recalls Sachin Tendulkar's hundred on Ranji Trophy debut....
  • Winning World Cup was very special: Sachin August 31, 2012

    Sachin Tendulkar speaks about winning the World Cup, 100th hundred and India's U-19 team. ...
  • 'Sachin: A Hundred Hundreds Now' is a potpourri June 19, 2012

    India's greatest sportspersons over the last two decades probably are Sachin Tendulkar, Leander Paes and Viswanathan Anand. Tendulkar's success is well-documented for the simple fact that the country lives and breathes cricket. The spotlight hasn't much been on tennis and chess troubadours Paes - India's only medalist in the 1996...
  • Sachin Tendulkar on cover of Time magazine May 10, 2012

    New York: Maintaining his high standards and living up to his own expectations still gives Sachin Tendulkar sleepless nights, and it is this restlessness that has brought the best out of him, revealed the Indian maestro in an interview published in the Time magazine. Tendulkar is on the cover for...
  • Delhi University panel bans Ramanujan's essay March 23, 2012

    New Delhi: Delhi University, under pressure from right-wing groups, on Friday finalised the ban on AK Ramanujan's famous essay titled 'Three Hundred Ramayanas'. An online petition against the ban has been floated and protests are planned next week. Delhi University's Academic Council met on Tuesday and came on the conclusion...
  • Expected the 100 earlier: Tendulkar March 20, 2012

    Sachin Tendulkar talking to CNN-IBN said that the commitment was always there and he is proud of his efforts. ...
  • Warne leads international tributes for Sachin March 18, 2012

    New Delhi: Australian spin legend Shane Warne pleaded for an end to the talk of Sachin Tendulkar's retirement as he joined the international chorus of appreciation for the iconic Indian cricketer who scripted history by completing a century of international tons on Friday. Apart from his close friend Warne, cricket legends...
  • List of Sachin's hundred international tons March 16, 2012

    Sachin Tendulkar completed his 100th international century against Bangladesh at the Shere Bangla National Stadium in Mirpur on Friday. Here is a list of his centuries in Tests and ODIs. List of Test centuries: 1. 119 not out vs England at Old Trafford Cricket Ground, Manchester on 14 August 1990 2. 148 not...
  • Tendulkar timeline: 1989 and counting March 16, 2012

    New Delhi: Twenty-three years, every conceivable record, a World Cup medal, hundred international centuries - what more could Sachin Ramesh Tendulkar and millions of his fans have asked for. From the day he played his first game for India till today the man continues to baffle one and all with...
  • A year on, Tendulkar still on 99 tons March 12, 2012

    Exactly a year ago, on March 11, 2011, Sachin Tendulkar scored his 99th international century against South Africa in Nagpur during the World Cup. It wasn’t enough to set up an Indian victory, but it showed viewers the world over that aged 37 and 323 days, he was still a...
  • Tendulkar approaching one year without 100 February 26, 2012

    Sydney: Sachin Tendulkar's quest for his 100th international century continues after he was run out for 14 in India's innings against Australia in the tenth match of the ongoing tri-series on Sunday at the Sydney Cricket Ground. Tendulkar, run out by David Warner, was blocked during his run by bowler Brett...
  • Sachin great even without 100th ton: Waugh February 6, 2012

    Melbourne: Sachin Tendukar's aura as a batsman will not diminish even if he does not score his much-awaited 100th international century, feels Australian great Steve Waugh. "I think it's a huge statistic and India is obsessed by stats. The whole country wants him to get his one hundredth 100, so maybe...
  • Sachin Tendulkar misses 100th ton, again January 6, 2012

    Tendulkar has now gone 21 innings without a century to his name as he was dismissed by Michael Clarke for 80 in the SCG Test. ...
  • 'Mental strength makes Sachin a legend' January 3, 2012

    Sydney: Sachin Tendulkar's mental strength makes him a legendary batsman, and the 'modern-day Don Bradman' will get to his elusive 100th international century in the second Test against Australia starting in Sydney on Tuesday, believes former pacer Stuart Clark. "What will make the Australian bowlers even more wary in this Test...
  • Ex-players say Sachin will score 100th ton soon December 27, 2011

    New Delhi: The record 100th international century may have eluded Sachin Tendulkar once again, but former India cricketers believe that it's just a matter of time before the champion batsman reaches the milestone. "It's disappointing that Tendulkar missed the century once again. It's unfortunate, but hopefully he gets it in the...
  • 'Milestone playing on Tendulkar's mind' December 27, 2011

    Melbourne: The pressure of expectations surrounding his 100th international century will definitely be playing on Sachin Tendulkar's mind as the milestone once again eluded the champion batsman, said former Australia fast bowler Merv Hughes. Tendulkar fell just 27 runs short of the feat when he was done in by a beauty...
  • Cricket world bows to 'Smashing Sehwag' December 9, 2011

    New Delhi: Virender Sehwag's awe-inspiring double hundred, only the second in ODI history, continued to fetch him effusive praise with cricketers, athletes from other sports and international media bowing in admiration to his epic knock. Sehwag smashed 219 off 149 deliveries in the fourth one-dayer against the West Indies on Thursday...
  • Sehwag 219 is highest ODI score, fastest 200 December 8, 2011

    Indore: At 5.42pm on Thursday evening, in front of a 40,000-strong crowd at the Holkar Stadium, with a perfectly-placed cut backward of point, Virender Sehwag became only the second batsman in one-day international history to score a double-century in an innings. His phenomenal achievement came in the 3223rd ODI to...
  • Sehwag eclipses Sachin's record 200 in ODIs December 8, 2011

    Indore: At 5.42pm on Thursday evening, in front of a 40,000-strong crowd at the Holkar Stadium, with a perfectly-placed cut backward of point, Virender Sehwag became only the second batsman in one-day international history to score a double-century in an innings. His phenomenal achievement came in the 3223rd ODI to...
  • So what if Tendulkar hasn't reached 100? December 1, 2011

    'Sachin disappoints again.' 'Tendulkar dashes hopes.' 'Little Master falls short.' It is rather absurd that such headlines could be written about Sachin Tendulkar, who is by far the most celebrated and successful cricketer of our generation, and most likely the generations before that too. After all, this is a man who has...
  • Sachin landmark draws crowds to Wankhede November 24, 2011

    Mumbai: After a lukewarm response to the first two days of the ongoing third Test between India and the West Indies, cricket fans made a beeline for entry into the Wankhede Stadium on Thursday in anticipation of Sachin Tendulkar coming out to bat and scoring his 100th international hundred. Tendulkar has...
  • Knowledge should not be banned: Kabir Bedi October 24, 2011

    New Delhi: Actor Kabir bedi has started a protest opposing Delhi University's decision to remove late poet and translator AK Ramanujan's essay 'Three Hundred Ramayanas: Five Examples and Three Thoughts on Translation' from its history syllabus. "I have signed petition opposing Delhi University's removal of of AK Ramanujan's '300 Ramayans' from...
  • Beggar's $100 pay day thanks to Paris Hilton September 26, 2011

    Mumbai: Paris found her benevolent side when she spotted a beggar woman with a baby in her arms when her car was zipping past Andheri. She slowed down and handed over a $100 note to the beggar woman. Never having seen such a note, and clearly unaware that she was...
  • Egypt: hundreds injured in violent clashes February 3, 2011

    Hundreds injured as pro and anti-Mubarak supporters clash at Tahrir Square. ...
  • Worst monsoon triggers fresh chaos in Pakistan August 5, 2010

    Kot Addu: Hundreds of people loaded down with possessions were fleeing floods in Pakistan's most populous province on Thursday as the worst monsoon rains in a generation triggered fresh chaos. Floods have already killed more than 1,500 people in Pakistan over the last week and affected some 3 million others. They followed...
  • Don't compare me to Bradman, says Sachin March 2, 2010

    Mumbai: Just days after former England captain Nasser Hussain billed Sachin Tendulkar as the greatest ever cricketer, the Master Blaster on Tuesday said he did not want to walk down the path of comparisons. "There should be no comparison between me and Don Bradman. I am happy I got an opportunity...