1st 42-km Srinagar Marathon on Nov 10
Srinagar, Nov 2: After hosting Tour-de-Kashmir cycle race, J&K Sports Development Association (JKSDA) shifting its focus towards development of athletics in the State has decided to organise first 42-kilometre Srinagar Marathon on November 10. It is for the first time that a full marathon More

MDU Rohtak lifts title

INTER UNIVERSITY WOMEN’S CRICKET TOURNEY

Srinagar, Nov 2: MDU Rohtak lifted the All India Inter-University Women’s Cricket Tournament title defeating Awadh University by 7 wickets in the final played at Kashmir University ground here on Friday. Batting first, Awadh University set a target of 100 runs in allotted overs. Neelam was More

Indo-Pak series could have been longer: Zaheer Abbas

PRESS TRUST OF INDIA

Karachi, Nov 2: He is glad that Indo-Pak bilateral cricket is finally set for revival come December, but former Pakistan captain Zaheer Abbas is not particularly pleased with the short duration of the series. While welcoming the BCCI announcement that it had got clearance to host Pakistan More

SFD, AJKCPA to organise Cricket Clinic
Srinagar, Nov 2: The Sports Fraternity of Dalgate (SFD) in collaboration with All J&K Cricket Players Association (AJKCPA) is going to conduct cricket clinic for Under-19 cricketers at TRC Ground from Tuesday 2PM. During the clinic, a team of cricketers would be selected for getting further More

DAY 1: JK starts campaign on sorry note

RANJI TROPHY

Srinagar, Nov 2: Hosts J&K opened their Ranji trophy cricket tournament campaign on miserable note as whole JK team was bundled for 195 runs on the opening day of their first match against visitors Jharkhand at GGM Science College ground on Friday.JK elected to bat first after winning the toss More

Sehwag denies report about quitting T20

PRESS TRUST OF INDIA

New Delhi, Nov 2: Opener Virender Sehwag on Thursday rubbished a media report that he has written a letter to the Cricket Board expressing his desire to quit international Twenty20 cricket.“Another baseless story being run! I have not requested to be rested for any match in any format of the game More

Proteas agree to split tour of Sri Lanka

PRESS TRUST OF INDIA

Johannesburg, Nov 2: Cricket South Africa has accepted Sri Lanka’s request to split the Proteas’ tour of the island nation next year.  The Test series will now take place in June/July, 2015. The Proteas will still fulfil their obligation to play five ODIs and three T20 International matches More

PCB backs ICC green signal to day-night Tests

PRESS TRUST OF INDIA

Lahore, Nov 2: The Pakistan Cricket Board has welcomed the ICC’s go ahead to day-night Test matches, calling it a “breakthrough” decision that would add value to the game. The executive coordination committee of the PCB which met yesterday to review and discuss the ICC decision, said it would More

  • Kashmir

Delhi using Panchs, Sarpanchs as propaganda tool: Salah-ud-Din

‘Militants Now Mostly Operating In Hinterland As Change Of Strategy’

GK MONITORING DESK

Srinagar, Nov 2: Hizbul Mujahideen Supremo Syed Salah-ud-Din Friday said that New Delhi was “exploiting Panchs and Sarpanchs to project Kashmir as pro-India” and that they will “continue to be targeted More



  • Srinagar City

Where has our morality gone?

Eve-teasing prevails while City helplessly remembers victims like Romana Javed. Comments Dr Fiaz Fazili

Eve-teasing is declining to recede, much like the undue pampering of youth by their parents. A latest complaint of eve-teasingwas reported by City Page, a few days back. It straight reminded me of the More




  • Jammu

2 IT officials sent on 7- day remand

GK NEWS NETWORK

Jammu, Nov 2: The Special Magistrate CBI Jammu SR Gandhi on Friday sent two Income Tax officials who were arrested after allegedly being caught red-handed while demanding illegal gratification to seven More



  • South Asia

18 die in Pak petrol station attack

Islamabad, Nov 2: At least 18 people, among them women and children, died in Pakistan Friday when gunmen opened fire at them after their van stopped for refuelling.The attack took place at a petrol station More



  • World

China must urgently address Tibet issues: UN

Geneva, Nov 2: UN High Commissioner for Human Rights Navi Pillay Friday urged China to promptly address the longstanding grievances of the Tibetans. She said she was disturbed by "continuing allegations More



  • Health

Fruit ripening protein discovered

London, Nov 2: Scientists have discovered a protein that ripens fruits early and could boost their value and sales dramatically. The finding would enable farmers to accelerate or delay the ripening More



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