13 Jun 2015
Dhaka: Bangladesh's openers batted out the remaining overs in their second innings after being made to follow-on by India as the rain-hit one-off test ended in a draw on Sunday.
12 Jun 2015
Fatullah: After an uninterrupted morning session, heavy showers stopped play thrice in the post-lunch session and India went to tea at 462/6 in their first innings of their lone Test against Bangladesh at the Khan Shaheb Osman Ali Stadium here on Friday.
25 May 2015
New Delhi: Social networking site Twitter has recorded over 350 million live impressions during the recently-concluded eighth edition of the Indian Premier League.
22 May 2015
New York: Drinking chamomile tea can decrease the risk of death from many causes in women, over 65 new researches have found. Chamomile is one of the oldest, most-widely used medicinal plant in the world which has been recommended for a variety of healing applications.
13 May 2015
Antalya (Turkey): US Secretary of State John Kerry on Wednesday warned Russia that now was a critical time to implement a fragile peace deal to end the fighting in Ukraine, after his talks with President Vladimir Putin raised hopes of a slackening in tensions.
02 May 2015
Kathmandu: The aftermath of the devastating earthquake that rattled Nepal on April 25 has left a many homeless. Though some people have started moving into their houses, a few are still homeless -- not by choice, but by compulsion.
07 May 2015
Washington: Recalling the days when he used to sell tea in a railway coach as a child, Prime Minister Narendra Modi said poverty in a way inspired him not to live for himself, but for others.
05 May 2015
New Delhi: One case of 'Down Syndrome' is reported among every 1000 live births in India and a provision has been made for initiating early intervention for the management of the genetic disorder, government told Rajya Sabha on Monday.
05 May 2015
Mumbai: To curb misuse of government grants and effectively supervise infrastructure projects, Maharashtra government will install a live monitoring system that will be controlled through the state Secretariat.
02 May 2015
London: Tracking 855 Swedish men born in 1913, researchers have come to the conclusion that refraining from smoking, maintaining healthy cholesterol levels and having not more than four cups of coffee a day can help you live to 100.