Chandro Tomar, who started professional shooting at 60 and went on to win many national competitions, is set to be honoured after her death due to Covid-19 in April.Read More »
New Delhi, Jun 22 (PTI) In a relief to Lok Sabha MP Navneet Kaur Rana, the Supreme Court Tuesday stayed the Bombay High Court verdict cancelling the caste certificate of the independent lawmaker representing Maharashtra's Amravati constituency, reserved for scheduled castes.
London, Jun 22 (PTI) It will take a monumental effort from India to outwit England at home in the upcoming five-Test series as Virat Kohli's men might suffer from mental fatigue by the end of a long tour, feels former captain and opener Alastair Cook.
Pakistan’s prime minister was blasted for his ‘bigoted’ views on social media
In the latest development, another Supreme Court judge has recused from hearing a case related to the state of West Bengal, Lawbeat reported. The Supreme Court, on Tuesday, was to hear West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee's appeal challenging the Calcutta High Court order refusing her and state Law Minister Moloy Ghatak to file affidavits on their role on 17 May when four Trinamool Congress leaders were arrested by the CBI in connection with the Narada sting tape case. A bench of Justices Hemant Gupta and Aniruddha Bose was formed to hear the separate appeals filed by the Chief Minister, Ghatak, and the West Bengal government.
South Africa overcame the West Indies by 158 runs to win the second Test match and seal the series 2-0.West Indies, who were set a 324-run target, resumed Day 4 on 15/0.However, the batting fell apart as the hosts were folded for 165.Left-arm spinner Keshav Maharaj was the chief architect with a five-wicket haul.Here's more.
London, Jun 21 (PTI) The fieriness in his youth would have cost him his life if he grew up in England, feels fast bowling great Michael Holding who has also become a leading voice against racism in sport and society.
The Congress’ decision comes after the People's Alliance for Gupkar Declaration (PAGD) confirmed Tuesday that its members too will attend the all-party meeting called by Modi in New Delhi on Thursday
Priority groups include health workers and their families, transport, media professionals, sanitation workers and hawkers, among other
A new report by CNBC Aawaz has claimed that Central Bank of India (CBI) and Indian Overseas Bank (IOB) has been shortlisted by Niti Aayog for privatisation and that the Narendra Modi led Central government could table amendments to the Banking Regulations Act and Banking Law Act during the Parliament's upcoming monsoon session to enable this divestment, News18 has reported. It has been speculated over the past few weeks that names of banks like CBI, IOB and Bank of Maharashtra have been recommended by the Niti Aayog to a high-level committee headed by Cabinet Secretary Rajiv Gauba.
Team India bowled New Zealand out for 249 in their first innings, taking eight wickets across two sessions and conceding 148 runs.New Zealand claimed a vital 32-run lead after India managed 217 in the first innings.In the third session on Day 5, India have taken a slender lead, losing two wickets (64/2).The match is well poised for the reserve day tomorrow.
This call for a probe came from a group of countries that include Russia, Belarus, Iran, Venezuela, North Korea and Syria
Justice Aniruddha Bose, a Supreme Court Judge, today withdrew from hearing the petition filed by West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee in connection with the infamous Narada bribery case. "I do not want to hear this case," Justice Bose said, according to NDTV. Banerjee and West Bengal Law Minister Moloy Ghatak have urged the top court to consider their affidavits in this case.
Under Rani's captaincy, the Indian team over the past four years have achieved significant results including winning the Asia Cup in 2017, silver at the Asian Games 2018, silver at Asian Champions Trophy 2018 as well winning the FIH Series Final in 2019.
Gerukamukh, Jun 21 (PTI) Assam Chief Minister Himanta Biswa Sarma said on Monday that the process of inducting people from different political parties into the BJP will continue, as he welcomed former Congress MLA Rupjyoti Kurmi to the party fold.
Lucknow Jun 21 (PTI) Two men of Delhi’s Jamia Nagar, allegedly running an outfit involved in converting deaf students and other poor people to Islam in Uttar Pradesh with funding from Pakistan’s ISI, have been arrested here.
Southampton, Jun 21 (PTI) Former Kiwi pacer Simon Doull feels lack of match practice in the run-up to the ongoing World Test Championship final against New Zealand was hurting India's pace bowling attack.
Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath has ordered action under the Gangster Act and National Security Act (NSA) against those involved in the conversion of deaf and dumb and physically challenged children and youth. The two men in Delhi's Jamia Nagar were allegedly running an outfit involved in converting deaf students and other poor people to Islam in Uttar Pradesh with funding from Pakistan's Inter-Services Intelligence (ISI). The arrests were made by Uttar Pradesh Anti-Terror Squad following the registration of an FIR in the case at Lucknow's ATS police station.