Calls for probe into India-Pakistan WC semi-final
Lahore, Nov 11: The former head of Pakistan's cricket board on Saturday called for an investigation into his country's 2011 World Cup semi-final against India after a new book raised the possibility the game was fixed.Britain's Daily Mail newspaper published extracts of a book by sports-betting More

Match heading for draw after strong Goa reply

RANJI TROPHY – J&K V/S GOA DAY 3

Srinagar, Nov 11: The second 4-day Ranji trophy match J&K is heading for the draw after hosts Goa replied strongly with 288 for the loss two wickets in reply to JK’s first inning total of 338 at the end of third days play at District Institute of Education and Training Ground, Porvorim on Sunday More

KU announces cricket team
Srinagar, Nov 11: The Directorate of Physical Education and Sports Kashmir University on Saturday announced its cricket team for North Zone Inter University Cricket tournament scheduled to be held at Aligarh Muslim University. The selection was made under the supervision of Director Physical More

SFD cricket camp concludes
Srinagar, Nov 11: The four day Under-19 cricket coaching camp organised by Sports Fraternity of Dalgate (SFD) concluded at TRC Ground here on Saturday. During camp eight players were selected for undergoing advance level training at World Cricket Academy (WCA) Mumbai. The event was held in More

SA put Australia under pressure

1ST TEST - DAY 3

Brisbane, Nov 11: South Africa were on track to end Australia's unbeaten 24-year Test run at the Gabba after dominating the third day's play in the opening Test on Sunday. The world's number one team amassed a formidable 450 in their first innings and then had Michael Clarke's Australians More

Kallis takes some blame for Amla's review refusal
Jacques Kallis took some blame for South African teammate Hashim Amla not challenging his dismissal and missing out on a possible bigger score against Australia in the first Test on Sunday.Amla had reached his third century in four innings against Australia and his 17th overall before he was given More

Pak cricket fans must have Indian sponsor for visa: Home Ministry

PRESS TRUST OF INDIA

New Delhi, Nov 11: Any Pakistani cricket lover who wants to visit India to watch the upcoming limited over Indo-Pak cricket matches will have to have an Indian sponsor to get a visa as 12 Pakistani spectators had gone missing after the 2007 bilateral series.  The Home Ministry has made it mandatory More

  • Kashmir

Government to tune-up ‘ramshackle’ administration

4 IAS Officers On Central Deputation To Return In March

ABID BASHIR

Srinagar, Nov 11: What could bring about some relief to the J&K Government, at least four IAS officers who are presently on deputation at the Government of India are set to return to the State in March More



  • Srinagar City

NC treating Srinagar as bonded territory: PDP

Mufti bashes Govt on skewed bridge, says silly project disastrous for The Bund

GK NEWS NETWORK

Srinagar, Nov 11: Laced with facts and figures, the Peoples Democratic Party Sunday came down heavily on the ruling National Conference led government with the PDP patron and former Chief Minister Mufti More




  • Jammu

Polytechnic lecturers made to work for peanuts

25 year service fetches them Rs 5700 per month

RANJANA CHARAK

Jammu, Nov 11: It may sound strange, but it is true- a teacher who has trained 25 batches of Polytechnic College is getting a meager emolument of Rs 5700 per month. This is not the story of one consolidated More



  • South Asia

31 killed in Pak violence

PRESS TRUST OF INDIA

Karachi, Nov 11: At least 31 people, including members of the minority community, have been killed in various incidents of target killings in Pakistan's commercial city of Karachi and Balochistan's capital More



  • World

Syria warplanes strike near Iraq border, clashes near Turkey

Beirut, Nov 11: Syrian warplanes on Sunday launched air strikes on the eastern town of Albu Kamal near the Iraqi border and pounded rebel lines near Damascus and in the northern city of Aleppo, a watchdog More



  • Health

‘Mehndi may cause serious side effects’

INDO ASIAN NEWS SERVICE

New Delhi, Nov 11: Applying chemical-laced 'mehndi' (henna) on the hands can cause serious side effects including skin infection, doctors said, cautioning girls and women against using it. Mehndi More



  • Pahalgam

Aru craves for basic amenities

Locals, tourists suffer, govt mute

Pahalgam: Notwithstanding tall claims of the Government of undertaking equitable development in Kashmir, Aru a famous tourist spot here sans basic amenities causing immense hardships to tourists and locals More



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