Amazing similarities between Kohli and Root

Amazing similarities between Kohli and Root

Kanishkaa Balachandran takes stock of the remarkable five year journey of two star batsmen In June 2011, three years after his first international match for India, Virat Kohli made his Test debut. A year and a half later, in Nagpur, Joe Root faced his first ball as a Test batsman. The Visakhapatnam Test that concluded yesterday (November 21) was coincidentally...

The “magik” of Rock On is missing in the sequel

Kanishkaa Balachandran finds Rock On 2 mired in needless complexities With movie sequels, comparisons with the original are inevitable. After watching Rock On 2, I was compelled to relive the original Rock On (2008) a day later. It was in part to brush up on the lives of the four rock musicians and their emotional travails over nearly two decades,...

Pakistan can’t control terrorism as it is “hard-wired” into its society and polity, says former Indian National Security Advisor

New Delhi, November 22 (NIA): Former Indian Foreign Secretary and National Security Advisor, Shivshankar Menon, says in his just published book Choices: Inside the Making of India’s Foreign Policy, that Pakistan will not be able to control terrorism because terrorism is “hard-wired” into its society and politics. “I am not so sure that it’s any longer within Pakistan’s capacity to...

Indian actress Deepti Gupta says Pakistani teledramas have a poetic story telling style

Indian actress Deepti Gupta says Pakistani teledramas have a poetic story telling style

New Delhi, November 21 (Indian Express): Indian actress Deepti Gupta, who has worked in a number of Pakistani dramas including Neeyat, Malaal, Ijaazat and Ishq Junoon Deewangi says that unlike Indian serials, Pakistani tele-dramas have a poetic story telling style which had given her full scope to display her talent. One has heard of Pakistani stars working in Indian films, but how did Deepti, an Indian,...

India’s railways need US$ 293.34 billion investment by 2020 to avoid frequent and horrible accidents

India’s railways need US$ 293.34 billion investment by 2020 to avoid frequent and horrible accidents

New Delhi, November 21 (AFP/Reuters): Indian Railways need an investment of INR 20 trillion (US$ 293.34 billion) by 2020 if it is avoid accepts of the sort which happened last week in which 14 coaches derailed killing 142 passengers. India’s Prime Minister Narendra Modi this year pledged record levels of investment and has announced a new high-speed line funded by...

Indian Business Partners Hope to Exploit Their Ties to Donald Trump

Indian Business Partners Hope to Exploit Their Ties to Donald Trump

Pune, November 21 (New York Times): It is a daunting proposition to put US$2 million apartments on the market in Pune — a quiet industrial city in the west of India, where even the fanciest neighborhoods are lined with squat housing blocks. But the developers of Trump Towers Pune, an elegant pair of 23-story black-glass pillars, have an extraordinary new marketing...

Migration statistics show that there’ll be no Hindus left in Bangladesh in 30 years: Prof. Abul Barkat

Migration statistics show that there’ll be no Hindus left in Bangladesh in 30 years: Prof. Abul Barkat

Dhaka, November 20 (Dhaka Tribune): The eminent Bangladeshi economist and researcher, Prof. Abul Barkat, estimates that there will be no Hindus left in Bangladesh in 30 years. “The rate of exodus over the past 49 years points in that direction,” the Dhaka University don said in his just published book “Political economy of reforming agriculture-land-water bodies in Bangladesh.” From 1964...

Over a 100 killed in a train accident in Kanpur ,North India

Over a 100 killed in a train accident in Kanpur ,North India

Kanpur, November 20 (NIA): An Indian express train derailed near Kanpur in the North Indian state of Uttar Pradesh early Sunday, killing over 100 people in one of the country's worst rail disasters in years, AFP reports. Fourteen carriages of the train, travelling between the northeastern city of Patna and the central city of Indore, were thrown off track in...

Pakistan says it has shot down an Indian spy drone and its navy chased away an Indian submarine

Pakistan says it has shot down an Indian spy drone and its navy chased away an Indian submarine

Islamabad, November 19 (Dawn): An Indian quadcopter (drone) was shot down by Pakistani military forces on Saturday evening along the Line of Control (LoC) at Aagahi Post in Rakhchakri sector, the military's media wing claimed. Earlier, the Pakistan navy said that it chased away an Indian submarine before it could enter Pakistani territorial waters. Inter-Services Public Relations chief Lt Gen...

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