IND Vs BAN | 1st Test Nov 14, 2019
IND 294/3 (80.4)
CHH Vs PUN | Round 6 - Match 98 Nov 15, 2019
CHH 59/2 (8.2)
DEL Vs JHA | Round 6 - Match 95 Nov 15, 2019
JHA 156/5 (18.0)
BAR Vs SER | Round 6 - Match 92 Nov 15, 2019
SER 126/7 (15.5)
BIH Vs KAR | Round 6 - Match 101 Nov 15, 2019
BIH 75/5 (14.0)
ASS Vs PUD | Round 6 - Match 103 Nov 15, 2019
ASS 9/4 (3.0)
HP Vs MAH | Round 6 - Match 106 Nov 15, 2019
HP 64/1 (8.3)
RLY Vs CHA | Round 6 - Match 107 Nov 15, 2019
RLY 0/0 (0.0)
TN Vs TRI | Round 6 - Match 102 Nov 15, 2019
TRI 0/0 (0.0)
SAU Vs SIK | Round 6 - Match 105 Nov 15, 2019
SIK 0/0 (0.0)
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Mar 08, 2019
In SC, annoyed Indira Jaising says she's a person in her own right after AG refers to her as ‘Anand Grover’s wifeThe incident occurred before a bench comprising Justices Arun Mishra and Navin Sinha when Grover told the court that he was appearing for Jaising, who has filed an application seeking to intervene in the contempt petition filed by the Attorney General against activist lawyer Prashant Bhushan.
Nov 08, 2018
US Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg hospitalised after fall at office; liberal icon suffers three fractured ribsRuth Bader Ginsburg has had a series of health problems. Previously in 2012, she broke two ribs in a fall. She also has had two prior bouts with cancer.
Jun 28, 2018
Indian-American Amul Thapar among Donald Trump's list of US Supreme Court judges to replace Anthony KennedyAmul Thapar, an Indian-American legal luminary, is among the 25 shortlisted judges US President Donald Trump could nominate to replace Supreme Court Justice Anthony Kennedy, according to American media reports.
Nov 02, 2016
US election 2016: Women’s right to choose at risk with prez’s choice of SC justiceThe next president will be responsible for appointing the two successors and the next US Senate will be responsible for confirming them.
Jan 19, 2013
Third time's a charm: Barack Obama to celebrate with oaths, paradeUS President Barack Obama will take the oath of office for the third, fourth and final time this weekend during an inauguration celebration that kicks off his second term in a more muted tone than his historic swearing-in four years ago.