INDIA

  • Massimiliano Allegri eyes first title in charge of Juventus 3 hours 20 minutes ago

    Doha: vMassimiliano Allegri has a shot at his first title with Juventus when it faces Napoli in Monday's rearranged Italian Supercup. Allegri, who was fired from AC Milan in January, replaced Antonio Conte in the summer and has enjoyed a positive start at Juventus, which heads into the winter break three...
  • Rajagiri National Business Quiz 2014: Quizzing minds from across India converge 3 hours 37 minutes ago

    In the fifth edition of the Rajagiri National Business Quiz 2014, quizzing minds from across India converge. Corporate and student teams vie for top honours. ...
  • My appetite for chess has recovered: Vishwanathan Anand 4 hours 11 minutes ago

    Indore: Buoyed by winning the London Chess Classic, five-time world chess champion Vishwanathan Anand here on Sunday said he is looking forward to play games in 2015 with renewed zeal and enthusiasm. "I think my appetite for chess has recovered. I am going to play chess with renewed vigour in 2015,"...
  • Brad Haddin, Shane Watson need to make runs: Darren Lehmann 8 hours 19 minutes ago

    Melbourne: Wicketkeeper Brad Haddin's alarming batting slump must end, Australia's coach Darren Lehmann said on Sunday. The 37-year-old is regarded as the elder statesman of the team and was also considered for captaincy before Steven Smith was chosen to lead the side in place of injured Michael Clarke. He was appointed...
  • Pakistan cry foul after losing kabaddi final against India 9 hours 2 minutes ago

    Amritsar: Pakistan captain Shafiq Chishti alleged umpires being biased towards opponent team after they lost the Kabaddi World Cup final 42-45 to India here on Saturday. The players accused the organizers of bias and foul play to ensure that India won. They accepted the prize money as runners-up but only...
  • Foggy Sunday in Delhi, 48 trains delayed 9 hours 41 minutes ago

    New Delhi: It was chilly and foggy morning in Delhi on Sunday. Poor visibility led to 48 trains being delayed. The Meteorological Office has forecast a cloudy day ahead with thick fog. The minimum temperature was 6.4 degrees Celsius, two notches below the season's average. "Trains such as North-east Express, Taj Express...
  • Constantine, Herbert short-listed for India's football coach's job 9 hours 50 minutes ago

    Mumbai: Two men who possess experience of having coached in India as well as at the international level, Englishman Stephen Constantine and New Zealander Ricki Herbert, have been short-listed to take over from Dutchman Wim Koevermans as the new coach of the national football team. Constatine, 52, who coached India between...
  • Dabang Mumbai will surprise other teams in 2015 HIL: Matthew Swann 11 hours 11 minutes ago

    New Delhi: After being bagged by the new team Dabang Mumbai for a whopping $78,000, Australian mid-fielder Matthew Swann is all keyed up and is eagerly waiting for the Hockey India League (HIL) 2015 to begin. The 25-year-old, who played for the now-defunct Mumbai Magicians in the inaugural edition in 2013,...
  • Ishant Sharma, Australia fined during Brisbane Test 11 hours 32 minutes ago

    Dubai: Australia was Sunday fined for a slow over-rate and India fast bowler Ishant Sharma has been found guilty of breaching the ICC Code of Conduct during the second Test, which the home side won by four wickets at Brisbane. Jeff Crowe of the Elite Panel of ICC Match Referees imposed...
  • Hot Seat: Bhupendra Chaubey interviews Dina Nath Batra 12 hours 22 minutes ago

    CNN-IBN'S Bhupendra Chaubey speaks to well known education activist Dina Nath Batra. ...
  • Aussie media slate 'whingeing' India after loss in 2nd Test 12 hours 26 minutes ago

    Beaten India were distracted by their gripes over the state of practice wickets and food as they reached their breaking point on their Australian tour, local media said Sunday. M.S. Dhoni`s tourists fell 2-0 behind in the four-match series with a four-wicket loss to Australia in the second Gabba Test on...
  • India to have New York's Grand Central like top railway stations 13 hours 41 minutes ago

    New Delhi: India by 2017 will have five or six top-class railway stations on the pattern of monumental Grand Central Terminal, New York, or famed Gare d'Austerlitz terminus in Paris, a top Railway Board official has said. "We should be seeing something great coming up at...
  • Steven Smith should captain Australia in all formats: Ryan Harris 15 hours 11 minutes ago

    Brisbane: Australian pacer Ryan Harris feels stand-in Test skipper Steve Smith should be handed captaincy in all three formats if Michael Clarke fails to recover in time for next year's ODI cricket World Cup. Harris, who is nursing a quadriceps strain and is racing against time to be fit for the...
  • Mitchell Marsh out as Australia selectors pick Joe Burns for Boxing Day Test against India 15 hours 34 minutes ago

    Brisbane: Batsman Joe Burns, on Sunday, was handed an unexpected Test debut as he replaced all-rounder Mitchell Marsh in a 13-member Australian cricket squad for the third Test against India starting December 26. "Australia's National Selection Panel have opted for the shock selection of Queenslander Joe Burns to join the 13-man...
  • After Brisbane defeat, captain MS Dhoni says India's new vintage nearly ready 16 hours 38 minutes ago

    It will come as little comfort to India after going 2-0 down in the four-match Test series against Australia but the young touring party have already put on a much better showing than the much vaunted 2011-2012 vintage. The supine surrender of the last India Test squad to visit Australia, packed...
  • Pakistan blames India for delay in Mumbai terror attacks trial 17 hours 2 minutes ago

    New Delhi: Even as Pakistan government is all set to challenge the bail granted to 26/11 mastermind Zakiur Rehman Lakhvi, Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif's advisor on National Security and Foreign Affairs Sartaj Aziz has blamed India for delay in the Mumbai terror attacks trial. Speaking at an event, Sartaj Aziz said...
  • India in Australia: Two Tests India should not have lost 17 hours 36 minutes ago

    Another Test is behind India, leaving a lot of ifs and buts. Skipper Mahendra Singh Dhoni is right it doesn't matter how close you were to winning - what matters is the end result. India were beaten by four wickets to go down 0-2 in the four-match series. Looking at the...
  • Ian Chappell criticises India after practice pitches complaints Yesterday

    Brisbane: Former Australian captain Ian Chappell on Saturday lashed out at the Indian cricket team for complaining about the practice pitches at the Gabba here. The visitors had earlier issued a team statement that said "Indian team has been asking for the fresh net practice wickets several times for last two...
  • Injury worries to Mitchell Marsh, David Warner cloud Boxing Day Test Yesterday

    Brisbane: Injuries worries to in-form opener David Warner and allrounder Mitchell Marsh may affect Australia's plans for the third cricket Test which gets underway at Melbourne on Boxing Day. Warner, who had cracked twin centuries in the first Test, was hit at the thumb by a rising delivery from India's pacer...
  • Indian men, women win World Cup Kabaddi titles Yesterday

    The Indian men's team continued their winning streak by clinching the fifth Kabaddi World Cup title, while the women's side bagged the crown for the fourth consecutive time, here on Saturday. At a grand finale held at Guru Gobind Singh Multipurpose Stadium, the Indian men's team defeated Pakistan 45-42 for the...
  • Jamie Dwyer hopes Punjab Warriors will be third time lucky in HIL Yesterday

    New Delhi: Australian great Jamie Dwyer is confident that his team Jaypee Punjab Warriors will go one better in the upcoming Hockey India League (HIL) and win the trophy. Besides Dwyer, Punjab boast of Jake Whetton at the forward line-up, Lucas Rey in the mid-field, Sandeep Singh, Christopher Ciriello, Mark Knowles...
  • Team India should avoid verbal spats with Australians: Gavaskar Yesterday

    New Delhi: Former captain Sunil Gavaskar on Saturday advised the Indian team to avoid verbal spats with their Australian counterparts as he feels the country's cricketers are not as well equipped to deal with sledging as the ones from Down Under. A day after Rohit Sharma got into a verbal spat...
  • After Mauritius, India to export warships to Sri Lanka Yesterday

    Kolkata: India will now export two warships to Sri Lanka after delivering a warship to Mauritius for the first time, Minister of State for Defence Production Rao Inderjit Singh said on Saturday. "From Sri Lanka, we have received an order to build two off-shore patrol vehicles (OPV) and they are under...
  • India will bid for Club World Cup: AIFF president Yesterday

    Mumbai: India has not yet given up on its plans to host a Club World Cup in the near future, according to AIFF president Praful Patel, who asserted that the country's football scene would soon develop "qualitatively and quantitatively". Patel on Saturday chaired the All India Football Federation's (AIFF) Annual General...
  • Never faced complaints about practice pitches: Gabba Curator Yesterday

    Brisbane: Shocked by India's criticism of the practice pitches here, Gabba's chief curator Kevin Mitchell has said that no other touring cricket team has ever complained about the tracks and insisted that they are just fine for net sessions. "The practice wickets are fine. They wear just like a match pitch...
  • Sledging Mitchell Johnson not too wise on India's part: Steven Smith Yesterday

    Brisbane: Australia's young skipper Steve Smith has warned India that any plans of sledging Mitchell Johnson in the future are likely to backfire just as they did in the second cricket Test that ended here on Saturday. Johnson scored 88 runs in the first innings and then took three quick wickets...
  • India getting the rough end of close calls: MS Dhoni Yesterday

    Captain Mahendra Singh Dhoni says the 50-50 decisions are not going India's way after his team fell behind 2-0 in the series against Australia at the Gabba on Saturday. The tourists, who are against using the decision referral system (DRS) in the four-match series, had another contentious umpire's call with the...
  • Mahendra Singh Dhoni's 8 Test ducks the most by an Indian skipper Yesterday

    India's most successful captain, Mahendra Singh Dhoni, bagged an unwelcome record on Saturday when his eighth Test duck made him the Indian skipper with most scores of zeroes to his name. Debutant Australia pacer trapped Dhoni LBW for a naught during India's four-wicket defeat inside four days at Brisbane, which took...