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Has Mission Shakti Made India Safer?

The answer to the question posed in the title has potential to absolve the Modi government on the counts it is being arraigned by strategists criti


Why We Need Pant-Madness in our World Cup XI - And How to Make the Most of It

Some players just love unleashing mayhem on the opposition. They thrive on such occasions. It’s like an essential nutrient for them to surviv


Vengsarkar - The Lord of Lord’s

A century in a Test at Lord’s is the ultimate dream of every cricketer. The headquarters of cricket has an aura all its own and when a batsma


Day 28: Bengal SSC Candidates Not to End Hunger Strike

KOLKATA: Over 450 successful candidates in West Bengal's School Service Commission (SSC) examination have been sitting on an i


Cruisin’ in a Gayle: The Unstoppable Caribbean Run Machine

Chris Gayle doesn’t call himself The Universe Boss for nothing. He is 39 years old, and still in his prime. With over 10,000 ODI runs, 7000 t


How the Troika of Khawaja, Zampa and Cummins Trumped India

Australia, before the start of the ODI series in India, were never given a chance against one of the top two ODI teams in the world. But they chose


Gambhir Brings Politics to Cricket

He was gutsy with the bat while opening for India. These days Gautam Gambhir is gutsy in his statements. Not one to hold his feelings he speaks can


UNHRC Resolution on Lanka Meets Colombo’s Requirements

COLOMBO: The UN Human Rights Council (UNHRC)’s resolution on the rights situation in Sri Lanka, which was passed in Geneva o


Usman Khawaja: The Man who Resurrected Australian Hope

People would have probably ridiculed you, called you a fool, an idiot and what not, if you had backed Australia to win the series against India tha


World Cup Ahead: Areas of Concern for Each Team

As cricket fans gear themselves up for the ICC World Cup coming in June – where undoubtedly India and England will start out as hot favorites


The Fall and Fall of Hashim Amla

It is always sad to see a great batsman struggle for runs. His timing, normally so sweet, is all awry, his bat full of edges and ungainly nudges, t


Congress Dilemma: Neither Ekla Chalo, Nor Whole Heartedly In Coalition

By announcing her own candidate from Rae Bareli, has Sonia Gandhi grounded Priyanka Gandhi quite as abruptly as she had taken off? Or, is it a func


The First Historic India - South Africa ODIs

India vs South Africa has been one of the regular fixtures in the international calendar every year for almost 30 years now. The two teams play eac


Ten Percent Quota: Conceived by Courts and Delivered by Cong-RSS and BJP

An interview between Ayaz Ahmad and Abhishek Juneja. Ahmad is head of the Glocal Law School in Saharanpur, U.P., and teaches constitutional law


Chris Gayle, Still the “Universe Boss”

If Chris Gayle stands by his decision to retire from ODIs after the World Cup there is little doubt that he will be missed by the entire cricketing


When Hirwani Bowled Himself Into the Record Books

When the West Indies visited India in 1987-88 they were still very much the No 1 side in the world. In the midst of their all-conquering run from 1


Resurgent Mohammed Shami Stakes Claim to World Cup Berth

Until a few years back, you couldn’t have imagined an Indian fast bowling attack dominating world cricket. While our neighbors produced an ar


Indian Cricket’s Supreme Artist Turns 70!

Gundappa Ranganath Viswanath turns 70 on Tuesday and while it is an occasion to wish the supreme artist of Indian cricket a very happy birthday it


New Land Warfare Doctrine May Be the Garrulous Army Chief’s Alone

The army’s Land Warfare Doctrine (LWD) was put out in the public domain rather quietly in mid-December. The nondescript manner of introductio


An Incredible Achievement for an Indian Fast Bowler

During the sixties and early seventies when the Indian new ball attack was a joke and a farce had someone ventured to say that a day would come whe


A Six Point Way Forward by Former Civil Servants For a “Just and Fair” NRC

NEW DELHI: Former civil servants have formed an informal Concerned Citizens group that has been issuing open letters on matter of


Former Finance Secretary Writes to Defence Minister to Stop Using HAL For Political Patronage

Dear Smt Sitharaman,

Please refer to my letter dated 10-10-2018 on issues related to strengthening HAL as the premi


Will Triumph Over England Spark a Resurgence in West Indies Cricket?

It has to be one of the greatest upsets in Test cricket history. A team ranked No 3 is beaten by a team ranked No 8 in two successive Tests –


India vs Pakistan: When Sport Triumphed Over Victory

Every once in a while, cricket has personified the coveted title of ‘Gentleman’s Game’. We have witnessed moments when on-field a


Windies Win Great News For World Cricket

For the sheer joy and excitement they gave us during their halcyon days of the past it is great to see the West Indies winning a Test during these


US-Afghanistan: A Peace Deal After 17 Years of War?

After more than seventeen years of fighting in Afghanistan, the US and the Taliban insurgents appear to be closing in on a peace deal, as per repor


JEE Main 2019 January Session Over; Know the Students Reaction About the Exam

The January session of JEE Main 2019 was successfully conducted by the National Testing Agency (NTA) from January 8 to January 12. Each day, both P


Best UG Programs Offered by Concordia University to International Students

Concordia University is one of the best universities located in Montreal, Canada. This deemed university offers more than 100 undergraduate courses


JEE Main 2019 January Session Over; Know the Students Reaction About the Exam

The January session of JEE Main 2019 was successfully conducted by the National Testing Agency (NTA) from January 8 to January 12. Each day, both P


Best UG Programs Offered by Concordia University to International Students

Concordia University is one of the best universities located in Montreal, Canada. This deemed university offers more than 100 undergraduate courses


Soumitra Chatterjee: Apu in Apu Sansaar, Now 85 with 400 Movies Behind Him

On January 19, all of us, admirers, fans and lovers of Soumitra Chatterjee across West Bengal and all Bengalis across the world map celebrated his


The Twin Pillars of India’s Batting

They are the twin pillars of Indian batting and as long as they are around the chances are that India will continue to be No 1 in the ICC Test rank


Eyes on Indian Pace Attack as India Cross the Trans-Tasmanian Sea

Following the historic triumph in Australia, the Indian cricket team has reached New Zealand for an exclusive white-ball tour. Virat Kohli’s


When Gavaskar Became the Leading Run-Getter in Tests

In the initial years of Test cricket not surprisingly it were the Englishmen and Australians who were the highest run getters. When they played the


Save Rivers! Cry Fishermen at Indo-Bangla Border Villages

The Mathabanga-Churni-Ichhamati rivers, along with the Teesta, are among the 54 transboundary rivers shared by India and Bangladesh. Both countries


Has Pace Bowling Ever Had It So Good?

Watching the South Africans complete a clean sweep of the three Test series against Pakistan I was amazed by the quality of their fast bowlers. Muc


Time for BCCI to Impose Strict Off Field Protocol for the Players

The entire controversy surrounding the misogynistic comments of Hardik Pandya and KL Rahul during their appearance at the “Koffee With Karan&


Bowling Has Become India’s Main Strength

If rain had not washed out the last stages of the fourth Test at Sydney India in all likelihood would have taken all 80 wickets on offer and that w


Sea Change in India’s Away Record in the New Millennium

Winning at home is one thing, winning away quite another. Perhaps every team has this problem, bar the really great squads in history – such


What Can We Expect From Indian Cricket in 2019?

So, here we are, in 2019, the year of the pinnacle event of the cricketing world – the ICC Cricket World Cup. And quite naturally, fans are e


When Mankad and Roy Set A World Record That Stood For Half a Century

It was established in January 1956 and remains Indian cricket’s longest standing partnership record. In fact for 52 years it stood as the wor


Was Mayank Agarwal’s Handling of Nathan Lyon the Turning Point?

"It wasn't easy to get hold of those emotions and focus there, but it needed to be done,” said Mayank Agarwal after his debut test i


Hostel of Dreams

NEW DELHI: It’s a small two room apartment with a tiny hall in it, deprived of sunlight, amid the chaos of narrow lanes and


Breakfast Run in the Biker World

When the new year arrives, there is a bunch of individuals who will literally ride into it. Bound together by an all consuming and common passion f