• Chappel hails Kumble pick

    Greg Chappell, the former India coach, says that Anil Kumble's selection as the national team's coach is an 'inspired choice' and he will bring the same fighting spirit to the team as a coach that he brought as a player.

  • 8 soldiers killed in terrorist attack in Kashmir's Pulwama

    Eight soldiers have been killed and over 20 injured in a terrorist attack on a Central Reserve Police Force convoy in Pampore in Jammu and Kashmir's Pulwama district.

  • Superstars, super coaches and selfie sticks

    One hundred and forty thousand punnets of strawberries ripened to perfection, 256 players dreaming of singles glory, 19 courts trimmed with precision - all for two weeks and one tournament. Wimbledon is here.

  • Indian man gets gold medal 47 years after exam

    An 81-year-old Indian man is finally awarded a prestigious gold medal for coming top in law exams which he sat nearly 50 years ago.

  • Anushka slams India's online trolls

    Bollywood actress Anushka Sharma has hit out at "misogynistic" online trolls after she received abusive social media messages over her reported on-off relationship with Indian Test cricket captain Virat Kohli.

  • India seal series

    Kedar Jadhav's brisk half-century proves the difference as India just hold off Zimbabwe in the third Twenty20 international at Harare Sports Club.

  • India, India satellite, NASA, ISRO

    India launches 20 satellites in single mission

    India successfully launches 20 satellites in a single mission, the most in the history of the country's ambitious space programme.

  • India uproar over Salman Khan 'raped woman' comment

    Bollywood star Salman Khan is given a week to apologise after he told reporters his filming schedule was so gruelling he felt like a "raped woman".

  • India level series

    Mandeep Singh blasts a quick-fire unbeaten half-century as India crush Zimbabwe by 10 wickets to level the Twenty20 series on Monday.

  • 2 Bangladeshis shot dead by BSF along C’nawabganj border

    Two Bangladeshi nationals are killed by the members of Indian Border Security Force (BSF) as they opened fire on them along Charaldanga bordering area in Gomostapur upazila.

  • Hasina to attend reception in West Bengal

    Bangladesh Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina accepts an invitation of the West Bengal state government for a reception in her honour.

  • Arrestees are Indian businessman, IT expert

    The two Indian nationals, who have been arrested according to local police on alleged rape charges in Harare, are businessman and IT expert, reports The Indian Express.

  • Indian cricketers not involved in alleged rape

    Two Indian nationals have been arrested in Harare after being accused of rape, but reports that they are members of the Indian cricket team are incorrect, officials in Zimbabwe confirmed Sunday.

  • Indian cricketers not involved: Zimbabwe police

    Two Indian nationals have been arrested in Harare after being accused of rape, but reports that they are members of the Indian cricket team are incorrect, officials in Zimbabwe confirmed on Sunday.

  • Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina to inaugurate  Dhaka-Chittagong, Joydebpur-Mymensingh highways

    India lauds Hasina’s ‘strong steps’ on militancy

    India comes out full throttle in support of Bangladesh Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina for her government’s drive against militancy, saying the PM takes “strong steps”.

  • Harsh Vardhan Shringla, High Commissioner of India, Ramakrishna Mission

    Indian envoy visits Ramakrishna Mission

    Indian High Commissioner Harsh Vardhan Shringla visits Ramakrishna Mission in Dhaka and expresses his satisfaction over the security provided there by the government.

  • Indian cricketer arrested for rape in Zimbabwe

    An unnamed Indian cricketer was arrested on Friday for allegedly raping a local woman in Harare, Zimbabwe.

  • Zimbabwe stun India

    The shorter the contest, the tighter the contest. Zimbabwe, outclassed in all three ODIs, pull off their second successive 20-over win over India.

  • Pink ball to debut in India

    India will witness its first ever multi-day pink ball game at Kolkata's Eden Gardens from Saturday, a possible precursor to a day-night Test later this year.

  • Jadeja selfi with lions

    Lion selfies land Jadeja in trouble

    Forestry officials in western India have ordered an inquiry after cricketer Ravindra Jadeja posted several photos on social media of him and his wife posing with endangered Asiatic lions.

  • Indian cricketer Ravindra Jadeja faces inquiry over lion selfies

    Wildlife officials in India have ordered an inquiry after international cricketer Ravindra Jadeja posted photos online of him and his wife posing in front of endangered Asiatic lions.

  • Star Jalsha, Bangladesh, India, NTV, Bangladesh TV channel, Indian soap opera

    60pc Bangladeshi women watch ‘Star Jalsha’

    Sixty percent of women in Bangladesh watch Indian television channel ‘Star Jalsha’, which gained popularity for its daily soaps, reveals a study.

  • ‘Have improved as a batsman’

    Dinesh Karthik has been out of the Indian side for about two years now, but the wicketkeeper batsman is not losing sleep over it.

  • 11 jailed for life over Gujarat riots

    A court in India sentences 11 people to life in prison for their roles in a notorious massacre during the 2002 anti-Muslim riots in Gujarat.

  • Doctors operate to save poisonous snake

    Doctors in India’s Maharashtra have operated on a poisonous snake for nearly two hours and saved its life by taking out a plastic container out of its belly.

  • Zim succumb to whitewash

    India, powered by seamer Jasprit Bumrah's 4-22, crush Zimbabwe by 10 wickets for a one-day international series whitewash at Harare Sports Club on Wednesday.

  • India still keen on D/N Test

    Plans to host a first day-night Test in India later this year remain intact, the country's cricket board (BCCI) secretary says on Tuesday.

  • India to mobilise huge resources

    India is planning to deploy pontoon bridges, sluice gates and airships along its Assam border to prevent illegal entries of Bangladeshis into the country.

  • Transit fee too low

    The fee agreed by Bangladesh for allowing multimodal transit and transshipment facilities to India is low when compared to the benefits the neighbouring country stands to gain from the services, analysts said.

  • India minister Sushma Swaraj's fridge tweet goes viral

    Indian External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj replies to a tweet by a disgruntled owner of a Samsung fridge that goes viral in India and generates a spate of responses.

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