SA. Jain College, Ambala, and DAV College Jalandhar, advanced to the semi-finals of the 2nd Nehru Champion Colleges hockey tournament after comfortably winning their respective group matches in Gwalior on Saturday.
SA Jain College whipped Jamia Milia Islamia, New Delhi, 6-0 in a one-sided encounter.
Sutlej XI defeated Raavi XI to clinch the inaugural Usha Deaf IPL T20 cricket tournament in Jalandhar on Friday.
Batting first, Sutlej XI put up a competitive 170 before bowling out Raavi XI for a paltry 115 in 17 overs to emerge winners.
Karan Sharma posted a quick century as Pusa Youngsters thrashed DDA by a massive 151-run margin in a DDCA league match on Friday.
For 23-year-old Rashid Khan, Saturday will forever remain a red-letter day. The wiry Delhi professional, who had come agonisingly close last year, finally chalked up his breakthrough win on the Asian Tour, winning the $300,000 Sail-SBI Open at the Delhi Golf Club here on the day.
Filmmaker Vikas Bahl, who got behind the camera for the second time for Queen, believes he is starting his career in the film industry from scratch. Vikas, who made his debut with Chillar Party, says, “Chillar Party (his first film as a director) is forgotten. This is as good as a debut.”
One of the good things about a social media platform such as Facebook or Twitter (and in some rare cases a not-so-good thing) is the readily-available user base information for those interested in conducting social, cultural and demographic surveys and studies and thereby analysing human behaviour.
For the past nine months, American photographer Angie has been displaying the unexpected fashion design talent and skills of her four-year old daughter, known to us only as Mayhem. Together they are creating beautiful gowns solely from many different types of paper.
Bottom placed Rangdajied United FC produced the biggest upset of the season so far, edging out table toppers Bengaluru FC 3-2 in an exciting I-League Round 19 encounter in Shillong on Saturday.
Title contenders Railways virtually assured themselves of a quarter-final berth with a 80-58 win over Chhattisgarh in a group match in the men’s section of the 64th national basketball championships here on Saturday.
Last year, he had missed out, just barely in a play-off to Anirban Lahiri. This time, there was to be no heartbreak story for young Rashid Khan, who held his nerve to claim his maiden Asian Tour title — once again in a shoot-out — edging Bangladesh’s Siddikur Rahman in the $300,000 Sail-SBI Open at the Delhi Golf Club on Saturday.