28 Aug 2015
Colombo: Sri Lanka skipper Angelo Mathews won the toss and invited Virat Kohli led India to bat in the third and final Test at Sinhalese Sports Club Ground, here today.
24 Aug 2015
Colombo: Ravichandran Ashwin today produced another magical spell to scalp five wickets as India notched up a series-levelling 278-run victory in the second cricket Test against Sri Lanka, denying the legendary Kumar Sangakkara a fairytale farewell from the game.
23 Aug 2015
Colombo: India were eyeing a series-levelling victory in the second cricket Test by reducing Sri Lanka to 72 for two after setting the hosts a daunting victory target of 413, riding on Ajinkya Rahane's sparkling century.
22 Aug 2015
Colombo: India gained an upper hand in the second cricket Test against Sri Lanka by taking a handy 87-run first innings lead despite a fighting century by rival skipper Angelo Mathews, here today.
21 Aug 2015
Colombo: Retiring legend Kumar Sangakkara failed to get a big knock in his swansong Test appearance but Sri Lanka overcame an early jolt to reach 140/3 after dismissing India for 393 in the first innings of the second cricket Test here today.
20 Aug 2015
Colombo: Opener Lokesh Rahul struck a fluent century as India recovered from early jitters to reach 319 for six in their first innings to leave the second Test against Sri Lanka evenly poised here today.
12 Aug 2015
Ludhiana: Ahead of Independence Day, 265 live cartridges including those which could be used in assault rifle AK-47 were found along the boundary wall of a school in Civil Lines area here.
14 Aug 2015
New Delhi: In what can be seen as a message to the ruling AAP, which has often termed his orders 'unconstitutional' in the bitter ongoing tussle between the two, Delhi Lt Governor Najeeb Jung today stressed on the need for citizens to live up to the ideals of the Constitution.
12 Aug 2015
Tripoli: The Prime Minister of Libya's internationally recognised government Abdullah al-Thani has announced his resignation in a surprise move live on television, hours after fraught peace talks between the country's rival factions restarted.
11 Aug 2015
Washington: Older men whose low testosterone is restored to normal through gels, patches, or injections have a lower risk of heart attack, stroke, or death from any cause, compared to men who are not treated, scientists, including one of Indian-origin, have found.