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Jul 16, 2018
Zimbabwe vs Pakistan: Fakhar Zaman, bowlers shine as Sarfraz Ahmed and Co beat hosts by 9 wickets in second ODIUsman Khan took four wickets and Hasan Ali chipped in with 3 for 32 to bowl the hosts out, Pakistan's top order batsmen then capping a commanding performance.
Jun 14, 2013
How Modi's rise is redrawing the political mapModi's elevation within the BJP and the proximity of the elections have galvanised other political parties to reflect on where they stand in the political spectrum and how best they can leverage their political clout.
Feb 09, 2013
Modi must talk to India, not just EU envoys, on 2002 riotsIn the same honest manner in which he allayed the concerns of meddlesome European Union envoys, Modi can seek to tell his side of the story of the 2002 riots to an Indian audience, whose support he seeks to come to become Prime Minister.
Feb 06, 2013
From Kejriwal to Congress, BJP: A lesson in grassroots politicsWhereas the Congress and the BJP have gone off-message, Kejriwal stands out as a rare politician who is staying on course with his Jan Sabha campaign, intended to empower voters. More power to him.
Jun 25, 2012
ICC CEC recommends mandatory use of DRSThe International Cricket Council's Chief Executive Committee today recommended mandatory use of the controversial Decision Review System, in Tests and one-dayers. BCCI has consistently opposed the use of DRS.
Apr 23, 2012
Has Karunanidhi chosen his successor in Stalin?The fight for supremacy within the DMK between brothers MK Stalin and MK Alagiri seems to have reached a decisive twist with the patriarch Karunandidhi ticking the latter off.
Mar 03, 2012
Who calls the shots: PM or Pulok?Increasingly, it’s IAS officer and principal secretary to the PM, Pulok Chatterjee, who is the power-house.
Feb 28, 2012
Reliance Infra's Mumbai gain is consolation for Delhi lossReliance Infra's tariff hikes in Mumbai are regular and timely. In Delhi, the last tariff hike was too little, too late, and NHPC has yanked supplies.
Nov 15, 2011
Why the Centre is a drag on states; time to devolve powerIndia would be better off if its states had more economic powers devolved to them. The Centre must get off their backs.
Oct 23, 2011
Sanaa becomes ghost town as troops and rival forces clashAt least 12 people were killed in fierce clashes in Sanaa between President Ali Abdullah Saleh's troops and rival forces in escalating violence today, a day after the UN Security Council urged the embattled leader to hand over power.