Pakistan slump to lowest Test total

South Africa's Bowlers Made Life Near To Impossible For Pakistan

AGENCIES

Johannesburg, Feb 2: If Pakistan were under the impression that South Africa would be obliging hosts after day one at the Wanderers, they were quickly disabused of that notion by a Dale Steyn-led wrecking job that saw them dismissed for the their lowest total in Tests. Graeme Smith then chose to bludgeon More

Buoyant India take on jittery England in second game

PRESS TRUST OF INDIA

Mumbai, Feb 2: Buoyed by the comprehensive 105-run victory in their Group A opener against the West Indies, hosts India go with their tails up against jittery defending champions England in a crucial league game of the ICC Women’s World Cup at the Brabourne Stadium here tomorrow. Everything fell in More

IPL squads as they stand before the auction

A look at the squads and purses of the IPL franchises ahead of the player auction on February 3

New Delhi, Feb 2: A total of 101 players will go under the hammer during the February 3 auction for the 2013 IPL. Each franchise has a salary cap of $12.5 million to spend on their squad, which can have a maximum of 33 players, including 11 from overseas. Here is a team-by-team break-up of the players More

‘CSK may not go for foreign players in IPL auction’

AGENCIES

Chennai, Feb 2:  Chennai Super Kings coach Stephen Fleming on Friday indicated that his team may not look for foreign players in Sunday’s IPL auction in Chennai as he felt “looking for new overseas players will lose fan base”.Asked about continuing with the existing players in the CSK squad More

Pakistan slump to lowest Test total

South Africa's Bowlers Made Life Near To Impossible For Pakistan

AGENCIES

Johannesburg, Feb 2: If Pakistan were under the impression that South Africa would be obliging hosts after day one at the Wanderers, they were quickly disabused of that notion by a Dale Steyn-led wrecking job that saw them dismissed for the their lowest total in Tests. Graeme Smith then chose to bludgeon More

Buoyant India take on jittery England in second game

PRESS TRUST OF INDIA

Mumbai, Feb 2: Buoyed by the comprehensive 105-run victory in their Group A opener against the West Indies, hosts India go with their tails up against jittery defending champions England in a crucial league game of the ICC Women’s World Cup at the Brabourne Stadium here tomorrow. Everything fell in More

IPL squads as they stand before the auction

A look at the squads and purses of the IPL franchises ahead of the player auction on February 3

AGENCIES

New Delhi, Feb 2: A total of 101 players will go under the hammer during the February 3 auction for the 2013 IPL. Each franchise has a salary cap of $12.5 million to spend on their squad, which can have a maximum of 33 players, including 11 from overseas. Here is a team-by-team break-up of the players More

‘CSK may not go for foreign players in IPL auction’

AGENCIES

Chennai, Feb 2:  Chennai Super Kings coach Stephen Fleming on Friday indicated that his team may not look for foreign players in Sunday’s IPL auction in Chennai as he felt “looking for new overseas players will lose fan base”.Asked about continuing with the existing players in the CSK squad More

  • Kashmir

Accused cops, woman remanded to police custody

Cops Look For Another Girl

SEDUCTION-CUM-EXTORTION RACKET

SHABIR IBN YUSUF

Srinagar, Feb 2: Two policemen and a woman (government employee) allegedly involved in seduction-cum-extortion racket were remanded to 10 days police custody by a local court here on Saturday even as police More



  • Srinagar City

Take strong action against Master Plan violators: Kichloo

Lays foundation of shopping complex at Khayam

Srinagar, Feb 2: Minister of State for Housing and Urban Development Sajjad Ahmad Kichloo on Saturday directed the authorities to take strong action against the Master Plan violators in the summer capital More




  • Jammu

Government set to issue formal ordinance; proposal to be discussed in next cabinet meet

BHATINDA-JAMMU-SRINAGAR GAS PIPELINE

GK NEWS NETWORK

Jammu, Feb 2: Jammu and Kashmir government is all set to issue an ordinance to pave way for initiation of work on prestigious Bhatinda-Jammu-Srinagar gas pipeline project and a formal decision in this More



  • South Asia

6 soldiers among 30 killed in Taliban attack on Pak check post

PRESS TRUST OF INDIA

Islamabad, Feb 2: Dozens of heavily-armed Taliban militants attacked a security forces' check post in Pakistan's restive northwest today, triggering fierce fighting that killed 30 people, including six More



  • World

John Kerry sworn in as Secretary of State

PRESS TRUST OF INDIA

Washington, Feb 2: Veteran Senator John Kerry, who favours strong ties with India, was today sworn in as the US Secretary of State, replacing Hillary Clinton as America's top diplomat. Kerry, 69, More



  • GKeducation&Careers

SUCCESS STORIES

After outshining boys in the merit list of recently announced class 10thresults, girls have yet again excelled by topping in the recently declared class 12th annual board results. Out of the thirty students More



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