India

  • PV Sindhu loses in the semis of World Badminton Championships to settle for bronze 2 hours 54 minutes ago

    Copenhagen: PV Sindhu suffered a heartbreak at the World Badminton Championship as the Indian shuttler had to settle for a second consecutive bronze medal after succumbing to Carolina Marin of Spain in straight games at the semifinals on Saturday. Sindhu, seeded 11th, failed in her bid to become the first Indian...
  • Virat Kohli, Ben Stokes involved in a verbal spat in 3rd ODI 3 hours 0 minutes ago

    Nottingham: A brief verbal spat broke out between Indian batsman Virat Kohli and England pacer Ben Stokes during the third one-dayer, leading to the umpires calling the home side captain and the bowler before the match continued. Kohli was dismissed on 40 in the 26th over off the bowling of Stokes...
  • Pakistan blames India for ceasefire violations 3 hours 2 minutes ago

    New Delhi: Expressing its disappointment on Indian government's attempt to shift the onus of cancelling Foreign Secretary level talks, Pakistan on Saturday blamed India for the ceasefire violations along the international border in Jammu & Kashmir. "We maintain that Jammu and Kashmir is a disputed territory as acknowledged through various UN...
  • India, Japan set to intensify defence cooperation 3 hours 8 minutes ago

    New Delhi: India and Japan are set to intensify defence cooperation with the two sides likely to launch a security consultative framework involving their foreign and defence ministers. The two countries are also expected to sign an agreement in the field of rare earth materials after Prime Minister Narendra Modi...
  • 3rd ODI: Clinical India hammer England by six wickets 3 hours 22 minutes ago

    India put in another all-round show at Nottingham on Saturday to hammer England for the second game in a row as they beat the hosts by seven wickets in the third ODI to take an unbeatable 2-0 lead in the five-match series. The world champions were clinical in every department of...
  • James Anderson booed by Indian fans during third ODI at Trent Bridge 4 hours 49 minutes ago

    Nottingham: England pace spearhead James Anderson, who had an ugly spat with Indian allrounder Ravindra Jadeja in the first Test, was on Saturday booed by the Indian fans at Trent Bridge during the third ODI. Anderson was received with huge boos from the Indian supporters the moment he stepped out at...
  • As it happened: World Badminton Championships semi-finals 2 hours 53 minutes ago

    (For Live Updates scroll down to the bottom of the page) The world No. 11 Indian, who has secured a bronze for herself, takes on the world No. 9 Carolina Marin in the last-four clash at Copenhagen, Denmark. Tough fight in the quarter-final: Leading Indian shuttler PV Sindhu created history on Friday...
  • Modi, Abe meet over dinner, pitch for robust future in ties 5 hours 55 minutes ago

    New Delhi: Setting the tone for their formal Summit on Monday, Prime Minister Narendra Modi and his Japanese counterpart Shinzo Abe on Saturday spoke about a "strong and robust future" for the bilateral ties, with the Indian leader hoping that the two sides would strive to achieve in five years...
  • In pics: England vs India, 3rd ODI 7 hours 40 minutes ago

    Indian players form a huddle before the start of play.England captain Alastair Cook scored 44 runs in 65 balls after being dismissed by Ambati Rayudu.
Suresh Raina celebrates with his team-mates after taking the wicket of Alex Hales in his first over.
  • Live Score, 3rd ODI: India aim to maintain momentum in Nottingham 12 hours 9 minutes ago

    (For ball-by-ball commentary, scroll down to the bottom of the page) Fresh from the morale-boosting win in Cardiff, India will look to take an unbeatable lead in the ODI series against England by winning the third ODI at Nottingham after the first game was washed out by rain. Suresh Raina turned...
  • PM Narendra Modi reaches Japan to hold bilateral talks with Japanese counterpart Shinzo Abe 12 hours 4 minutes ago

    Kyoto: Prime Minister Narendra Modi landed in Osaka on Saturday and left for Kyoto where he will be received by Japan Prime Minister Shinzo Abe. This is PM Modi's first bilateral visit outside of the subcontinent. Modi will tour Japan till the third of September and will also visit the...
  • PM Modi promises to bring high speed bullet trains to India 12 hours 14 minutes ago

    One of the dreams that Narendra Modi has been showing to the nation is of bringing bullet trains to India. It's incredible because these trains move at a speed of close to 265 to 270 km per hour. But, it might not be very feasible in India where rail safety...
  • Hindu-Hindi row: Hindutva aims to convert secular India into an intolerant nation, says Yechury 11 hours 11 minutes ago

    New Delhi: CPM Politburo member Sitaram Yechury has slammed Minority Affairs Minister Najma Hetpullah for her controversial remark that Indians living in India should be called Hindus. Even as she later clarified that she did not say the word 'Hindu' but 'Hindi' to refer to Indians, Yechury said, "distorting history...
  • From the red pandas of Sikkim to the Barren Islands of Andaman: 15 natural wonders in India you should know about 12 hours 26 minutes ago

    Did you know India is home to some of the rarest species of animals and extremely unusual natural landscapes? There's hardly a place in the world right now where you'll find the red panda. Vulnerable to extinction, this uncommon animal can be found in the state of Sikkim. There are...
  • SSP Chowrasia, Shiv Kapur make cut; Bhullar, Jeev miss out in Italy 13 hours 57 minutes ago

    Torino: SSP Chowrasia gave away a late double bogey but was still the better of the two Indians who made the midway cut at the 71st Italian Open presented by Damiani. Chowrasia shot 72 and was still at three-under for 36 holes in tied 44th place, while Shiv Kapur (69) was...
  • England ponder options at India ODI after Botham blast 14 hours 43 minutes ago

    London: England will have criticism from all-round great Ian Botham ringing in their ears as they try to get back on level terms with India in the third one-day international at Trent Bridge on Saturday. Wednesday's huge 133-run defeat by India in Cardiff was almost a textbook demonstration of what have...
  • This gigantic turban is 645m long and weighs 100 pounds! Will Avtar Singh Mauni create a new record for the world's longest turban? 14 hours 51 minutes ago

    60-year-old Avtar Singh Mauni might just create a world record for the wearing the world's largest turban. His headgear weighs 100 pounds and when unwrapped, measures as much as the length of 13 Olympic swimming pools! Wearing this turban is no mean task. It takes Avtar Singh Mauni 6 hours...
  • I will oppose if Srinivasan or BCCI tries to delay annual general meeting: Verma 16 hours 13 minutes ago

    New Delhi: The face of the anti N Srinivasan camp Aditya Verma on Friday said that he will "oppose" any kind of move from either BCCI or their president-in-exile N Srinivasan to try and delay the Annual General Meeting of the cricket board which is slated to be held by...
  • India should make ICC more democratic: PCB Chief Shahryar Khan 16 hours 24 minutes ago

    Newly-appointed Pakistan Cricket Board chairman Shahryar Khan wants cricketing "powerhouse" India to encourage "democracy" in the functioning of the ICC after being forced to let BCCI have the control of the governing body along with England and Australia. PCB was the last of the ICC members to give its consent...
  • Alex Hales eager to forge opening partnership with Alastair Cook 16 hours 24 minutes ago

    Nottingham: Alex Hales said on Friday he was looking forward to establish a one-day international opening partnership with Alastair Cook despite all the calls for the England captain to quit limited overs cricket. Former England off-spinner Graeme Swann, labelled a "so-called friend" by Cook earlier in the week, reiterated on Friday...
  • Not bluffing, there's a hotel called Bewakoof No. 1! 15 hilarious restaurant and 'dhaba' names you'll only find in India 15 hours 49 minutes ago

    Move over food courts, the real fun lies on the streets in India where you'll find the most hilarious Indian restaurants and 'dhabas' ever. There are certain things that happen only in India, like naming a hotel after Facebook or WhatsApp. Would you believe it there's a restaurant called Facebook...
  • Four gen-next Indian-origin economists in IMF list of 25 17 hours 4 minutes ago

    Washington: Four economists of Indian origin have been featured in the International Monetary Fund's (IMF) list of 25 economists under 45 who are shaping the way one thinks about the global economy. The "Generation Next" list of "economists under 45 (who) will have the most influence in the coming decades on...
  • 3rd ODI: India hope for an encore at Nottingham 16 hours 55 minutes ago

    Fresh from the morale-boosting win in Cardiff, India will look to take an unbeatable lead in the ODI series against England by winning the third ODI at Nottingham on Saturday after the first game was washed out by rain. Suresh Raina turned out to be pivot, which helped India turned their...
  • Child marriage on rise in Kerala: UNICEF Yesterday

    Kolkata: Notwithstanding a better gender balance in the southern part of the country, child marriage has been found to be on the rise in Kerala in recent years, according to UNICEF. "In the southern part of India we have a relatively better gender balance which explains lower rates of child marriage....
  • Bullet News: Catch the day's top stories Yesterday

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  • India @ 9 with Bhupendra Chaubey Yesterday

    Catch the day's top stories with Bhupendra Chaubey on India @ 9. ...
  • We have a lot of options for top slot, says Suresh Raina Yesterday

    Nottingham: India on Friday suffered a setback with opener Rohit Sharma being ruled out of the remainder of the series but star batsman Suresh Raina said the visitors have enough options to fill in for the top slot. Opening the innings, Sharma had scored 52 runs in the second ODI but...
  • High-end defence technology cooperation possible with Japan: PM Yesterday

    New Delhi: Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Friday said India sees possibility of a new era of cooperation with Japan in high-end defence technology and equipment and noted that progress has been made in parleys on civil nuclear agreement and amphibious aircraft deal between them. "In the field of defence and...
  • England and Wales Cricket Board denies 'court-siding' eviction story Yesterday

    Nottingham: The English & Wales Cricket Board (ECB) has denied that the eviction of a man from the SWALEC stadium in Cardiff during the second ODI on Wednesday was related to court-siding or betting. One of the local papers in England, The Cricket Paper, had reported that 'a man was ejected...
  • News 360: Pak made spectacle of talks, says PM Modi Yesterday

    Prime Minister Narendra Modi had some tough words for Pakistan on Friday. In an interaction with the Japanese media ahead of his Saturday visit to the country, Modi said that he was "disappointed that Pakistan had sought to make a spectacle of talks" and went ahead and held meetings with...