PAK Vs SL | 1st Test Dec 11, 2019
SL 202/5 (68.1)
ASS Vs SER | Match 12 Dec 09, 2019
ASS 74/5 (31.0)
TRI Vs JHA | Match 13 Dec 09, 2019
JHA 91/2 (20.0)
AND Vs VID | Match 4 Dec 09, 2019
AND 100/2 (37.0)
TN Vs KAR | Match 6 Dec 09, 2019
KAR 89/5 (40.0)
HAR Vs MAH | Match 10 Dec 09, 2019
MAH 61/5 (19.0)
GOA Vs SIK | Match 16 Dec 09, 2019
SIK 331/8 (98.0)
UP Vs RLY | Match 7 Dec 09, 2019
UP 23/0 (4.4)
KER Vs DEL | Match 2 Dec 09, 2019
DEL 142/1 (38.0)
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Mar 01, 2019
Delhi's reserves of water are drying up, could bring 'Day zero' by 2020: NITI AayogThe capital is losing water from its surface reserves as well as underground.
Jan 11, 2019
Meghalaya mine tragedy: Centre says 'we have to believe in miracles'; SC asks to 'continue making efforts'The Centre told SC that it has to "believe in miracles" and see if the 15 miners, who have been trapped for almost a month inside an illegal rat-hole coal mine in Meghalaya, come out alive.
Aug 23, 2018
Karnataka floods: Nirmala Sitharaman to meet district administration in flood-hit Kodagu district tomorrowNirmala Sitharaman will visit on Friday the flood and landslide-ravaged Kodagu district, where rescue and relief operations are underway in full swing
Aug 23, 2018
Relief efforts in full swing in Karnataka's Kodagu: State's social welfare ministry announces Rs 25 crore aidWith rehabilitation work in full swing in rain-ravaged Kodagu, Karnataka Social Welfare Minister Priyank Kharge announced Rs 25 crore aid towards relief measures
May 17, 2017
Success of Maharashtra and Karnataka water schemes may be short-lived, warn expertsThe recurrence of severe drought in many parts of the country has prompted state governments to devise innovative water management techniques and the immediate success in some of them in states like Maharashtra and Karnataka has kindled a ray of hope. But there are also voices of caution.
Apr 29, 2015
Geophysical research scientists to visit Nepal, assess earthquake prone areasScientists from National Geophysical Research Institute (NGRI) will be going to Nepal to study the earthquake with an aim to identify quake prone areas.