06 Feb 2016
New Delhi: Eminent cartoonist Sudhir Tailang, who chronicled contemporary Indian politics with wit and humour, died here today after battling brain cancer for over two years.
06 Feb 2016
Guwahati: Prime Minister Narendra Modi said the 12th South Asian Games being held here are not just a sporting platform but also a springboard for bringing peace and prosperity in the region through business. Declaring the Games open in a colourful ceremony here last evening, PM Modi said the Games would help form lasting bonds between the participating athletes.
27 Oct 2015
Mumbai: The Mumbai Cricket Association's managing committee will discuss Wankhede Stadium curator Sudhir Naik's complaint of verbal abuse against Indian Team Director Ravi Shastri on October 30 here.
31 Oct 2015
Mumbai: The Mumbai Cricket Association (MCA) has asked its vice-President and former skipper Dilip Vengsarkar to enquire into the spat between Team India Director Ravi Shastri and Wankhede Stadium pitch curator Sudhir Naik during the 5th India-South Africa ODI on Sunday.
04 Feb 2016
Rio de Janeiro: It may be Olympic year in Rio de Janeiro, but economic crisis means there's not much gold for cash-strapped organizers of a Games-themed parade at this week's carnival.
27 Oct 2015
Mumbai: The BCCI secretary Anurag Thakur today said that the board will look into the details about Indian Team Director Ravi Shastri's alleged confrontation with Wankhede Stadium curator Sudhir Naik ahead of the fifth and final ODI against South Africa.
25 Jan 2016
Lucknow: Uttar Pradesh Governor Ram Naik was admitted to a hospital here last night after he complained of dizziness and anxiety.
20 Nov 2011
The Wankhede Stadium track would be unlike the slow and low pitches seen in the first two Tests between India and the West Indies at Delhi and Kolkata, which drew a lot of criticism, and the bounce would be consistent throughout the match, said pitch curator Sudhir Naik.
27 Jan 2016
Wellington: New Zealand Cricket has come down heavily on a stadium announcer for taunting tainted Pakistani fast bowler Mohammad Amir during the third Twenty20 International here.
26 Oct 2015
Mumbai: A hapless Indian bowling attack was smashed all over the park by South African batsmen in the fifth and final ODI, which the home side lost by 214 runs, but captain MS Dhoni yesterday defended them, saying that the Wankhede wicket was 'too true' to offer any assistance to them.