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  • Avail opportunities offered by Make in India campaign: Sushma Swaraj 1 hour 20 minutes ago

    Seoul: External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj on Sunday made a strong pitch for the 'Make in India' campaign and asked South Korean companies "to scale up their presence" in the country. "We regard (South) Korea as one of the most valued partners. Korean companies are already household names in India. We...
  • Surprising to see Australians drop so many catches: Virat Kohli 6 hours 33 minutes ago

    Melbourne: India's premier batsman Virat Kohli on Sunday said, it was unusual to see Australia drop so many catches. Kohli (169) and Ajinkya Rahane (147), primary beneficiaries of Australia's generosity, scored fine centuries to help India launch an inspired reply to the home team's huge first innings score of 530, reaching...
  • Missing AirAsia flight: India puts 3 ships, plane on standby 6 hours 39 minutes ago

    New Delhi: India has put on standby three ships and a maritime surveillance aircraft for assistance in the search operation after an AirAsia flight with 162 people on board on Sunday went missing en route from Indonesia to Singapore after losing contact with air traffic controllers. Indian Navy sources said one...
  • Ryan Harris laments Australia's poor fielding 6 hours 44 minutes ago

    Melbourne: Pacer Ryan Harris said on Sunday, the dropped catches stopped Australia from taking control of the the third Test after day three at the Melbourne Cricket Ground (MCG). Harris picked up four wickets for 69 to help Australia restrict India to 462 for eight, but they could have halted India...
  • Virat Kohli thanks Aussie verbal spat for career-high 169 7 hours 52 minutes ago

    Melbourne: India's Virat Kohli says Australia's on-field sledging and attempted intimidation sparked his career-high innings of 169 on the third day of the third Test Sunday. Kohli and Ajinkya Rahane (148) put together a fluent 262-run partnership on a placid pitch at the Melbourne Cricket Ground, helping India to 462 for...
  • Shane Warne has been on my back for years: Mitchell Starc 8 hours 41 minutes ago

    Melbourne: Left-arm pacer Mitchell Starc has hit back at former compatriot and legendary Australian spinner Shane Warne, saying he has been at his back for years and he was not worried by his criticisms any more. "Warnie's been on my back for years, so I'm not too worried about it," Starc...
  • 3rd Test: Kohli, Rahane cast a spell over Aussies as match hangs in balance 9 hours 5 minutes ago

    Virat Kohli (169) and Ajinkya Rahane (147) notched up fine centuries before Australia scalped five wickets in the final session to reduce India to 462/8 at stumps on Day 3 of the third Test on Sunday in Melbourne. Kohli was out in the last over of the day when Brad...
  • Enigmatic Pujara, valorous Rahane-Kohli talking points of Day 3 9 hours 11 minutes ago

    The third day of the Test match and the morning session pretty much tells you which way the Test match is going but a Australia-India Test series has its own share of twists and turns as most of us in India woke up to a chilly morning, only to find...
  • India logs 40 per cent annual increase in cyber crime cases 9 hours 48 minutes ago

    New Delhi: Hacking, publication of obscene contents, credit card and banking frauds among other cyber crimes have registered an annual increase of more than 40 per cent in the country in the past two years. According to Home Ministry statistics, as many as 71,780 cyber frauds were reported in 2013, while...
  • Government asks its wings to procure 'Made in India' goods 11 hours 49 minutes ago

    New Delhi: The Cabinet Secretariat has asked all government agencies to give preference to domestically produced goods in its procurement programme in a bid to push Prime Minister Narendra Modi's "Make in India" campaign. "A committee of secretaries has decided that all ministries and departments should identify department-specific domestically manufactured electronic...
  • Cold wave continues unabated in North India, mercury touching new lows 12 hours 47 minutes ago

    Shimla: Dense fog over the past couple of days has disrupted traffic in most Northern states. The North India cold wave continues unabated. Shimla attracts a lot of tourists in the season as they come for skating. "It is fun coming here and skating in winters. One has to come...
  • As it happened: Australia vs India, 3rd Test, Day 3 17 hours 53 minutes ago

    (For Live Blog, scroll down to the bottom of the page) Day 2 Roundup: Steven Smith hit a superb 192 to power Australia to 530 on day two of the third Test on Saturday. In reply, India were 108 for 1 at stumps with Murali Vijay (55*) and Cheteshwar Pujara (25*)...
  • 30 Minutes: Life and times of Bharat Ratna Atal Bihari Vajpayee 22 hours 26 minutes ago

    The life and times of Bharat Ratna and India's former prime minister Atal Bihari Vajpayee. ...
  • Watch: The food show 22 hours 34 minutes ago

    In this segment take a look at the fun recipes to cook. ...
  • Ceo of Life: In conversation with Siddharth Roy Kapur 23 hours 38 minutes ago

    How to be successful in business? How 'age' is just a number in terms of success? How can one inspire and set examples for others to emulate? Expect to find the answers on CEO if on CNN-IBN's upcoming series 'CEO of Life'. CNN-IBN's Business Editor Karma Paljor speaks to Walt...
  • Cypriot Stephen Constantine to take charge as India football team's coach 23 hours 43 minutes ago

    New Delhi: Cypriot Stephen Constantine will return as Indian football team's chief coach for the second time as his name has been cleared by the All India Football Federation's Technical Committee. Constantine's appointment is expected to be officially announced next week by the AIFF and the English-Cypriot will begin his new...
  • Sunil Chhetri named 2014 AIFF Player of the Year 23 hours 48 minutes ago

    Mumbai: Indian national team captain Sunil Chhetri was Saturday declared 'AIFF Player of the Year' for the third time in four years while Bala Devi has been declared the 'Woman Player of the Year'. Sandesh Jhingan, who played for Kerala Blasters FC in the Indian Super League (ISL), was declared the...
  • India asks Pakistan to hand over Dawood Ibrahim 23 hours 51 minutes ago

    New Delhi: India on Saturday asked Pakistan to hand over underworld don Dawood Ibrahim saying enough evidence have been given to it on the prime accused in the 1993 Mumbai serial blasts. Minister of State for Home Kiren Rijiju said India's stand has been very clear for a long time that...
  • Pragyan Ojha banned due to suspect action, heads to Chennai Yesterday

    New Delhi: The BCCI has finally banned discarded India left-arm spinner Pragyan Ojha from bowling in competitive matches due to suspect action and he will be heading to Chennai for taking corrective measures. The BCCI has officially informed Ojha's home state association Hyderabad about his action needs remedial measures and accordingly...
  • Dhoni has struggled as Test captain for a while: Ganguly Yesterday

    Melbourne: Former India captain Sourav Ganguly feels that current skipper Mahendra Singh Dhoni has not been able to get the best out of the team at the Test level for quite some time despite being the leader for close to 60 matches. Ganguly, who has been an expert commentator in the...
  • Indian bowling attack is hopeless: Sunil Gavaskar Yesterday

    New Delhi: Former captain Sunil Gavaskar was scathing in his criticism after Ishant Sharma and company conceded 500 runs for the third time in the ongoing Test series against Australia, saying that he has "no expectations" from the Indian bowling attack and termed it "hopeless". Asked if the performance of Indian...
  • Indian football team drops to worst-ever FIFA ranking of 171 Yesterday

    New Delhi: In a year when the cash-rich ISL created waves and brought Indian football to the notice of the world, its national team slumped to its worst-ever FIFA rankings dropping to 171st in the 209-nation chart. The world's second most populous country now lies below little-known nations Montserrat in the...
  • No violation of safety norm or unfair seat allotment: Air India Yesterday

    New Delhi: Air India on Saturday said its fight safety wing is looking into the issue of a daughter of a senior pilot resting in a bunk, meant only for use of flight crew members, during one of its flights to Newark from Mumbai recently. However, it asserted that the incident...
  • Boxer Sarita Devi determined to win an Olympic medal Yesterday

    Kolkata: Overwhelmed by the support she received from Boxing India and her fellow countrymen including cricket icon Sachin Tendulkar while facing the prospect of a life ban, boxer L Sarita Devi hopes to make it count by winning a medal at the 2016 Rio Olympics. "I really thank Sachin Tendulkar, Boxing...
  • MS Dhoni sets record for most stumpings in international cricket Yesterday

    Melbourne: Indian skipper and wicketkeeper Mahendra Singh Dhoni on Saturday set a record for the most number of stumpings in international cricket on day two of the third Test against Australia at the Melbourne Cericket Ground (MCG). He overtook Sri Lanka's Kumar Sangakkara when he stumped Mitchell Johnson off the bowling...
  • Murali Vijay's 55 only face saver for Team India on Day 2 Yesterday

    When Australia finished 259 for five at stumps on day one at the Melbourne Cricket Ground, it felt that the Indian team might have learned their lessons from the first two defeats. Both teams were looking even as the Indian bowlers made the hosts fight for every run on the...
  • Let's be patient, says Rajnath Singh on Dawood Ibrahim's arrest Yesterday

    New Delhi: Home Minister Rajnath Singh on Saturday said India has adopted a wait and watch policy on the arrest of India's most wanted terrorist and underworld don Dawood Ibrahim. Singh's comments came after western intelligence agency caught Ibrahim on tape while he was speaking to associates in Dubai regarding...
  • India didn't have an answer for us: Steven Smith Yesterday

    Melbourne: Skipper Steven Smith said on Saturday that India were clueless against Australia's lower-order batsmen who helped the hosts post 530 runs in their first innings on the second day of the third Test. "It felt pretty good at the crease and things are working well for me. It is nice...
  • Batsmen will score big on Day 3, says Ravichandran Ashwin Yesterday

    Melbourne: Disappointed they might be after conceding "too many runs" to the Australians, but Indian off-spinner R Ashwin said on Saturday that the tourists will pile up their own share on Sunday in the ongoing third cricket Test as the wicket has become flat now. India had pushed Australia on the...