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IPL 9: Virat Kohli, KL Rahul fifties push Bangalore to 185


Virat Kohli and opener K.L. Rahul (52) stitched together 84 runs for the second wicket on Monday. (Photo: Satish B.)

IPL 9: Inconsistent Bangalore face Kolkata at home

RCB batsman AB de Villiers.

The Royal Challengers Bangalore will be desperate to get their sinking campaign back on track when they take on the Kolkata Knight Riders in the IPL clash at the M.

Bengaluru FC eye Aizawl scalp, semis slot


Bengaluru will bank on captain Sunil Chhetri, Kim Song-Yong, and Udanta Singh in the second leg.

Kaka grateful to Beautiful Game

Kaka in file photo

“It was amazing that I am part of the history of football. I think of my career and where I am now, I am extremely happy.

AFC Cup: Bengaluru edge past Lao to seal knock-out berth


Bengaluru FC’s Kim Song-Yong (left) in action against a Lao Toyota player in their AFC Cup Group H match in Bengaluru on Wednesday. (Photo: R. Samuel)

Need to find the right balance: Kane Richardson


RCB players Varun Aaron (from left), Shane Watson and Kane Richardson pose with fans at a promotional event. (Photo: Asian Age)

Dawood’s successor? Not one but 4

India’s most-wanted terror fugitive, Dawood Ibrahim Kaskar, will never have a single successor to his global syndicate of blood money, terrorism and international crime, an official source says, who c

AFC Cup: Bengaluru seek home comfort against Lao


Bengaluru FC captain Sunil Chhetri (second from left) trains with team mates in Bengaluru on Tuesday, the eve of their AFC match against Lao Toyota FC. (Photo: R. Samuel)

Karnataka former minister jumps to his death

Former Karnataka labour minister C. Gurunath committed suicide by jumping from the second-floor window of Sagar Hospital in Tilak Nagar on Thursday afternoon.

India generates 18.5 lakh-tonne e-waste


India generates about 18.5 lakh metric tonnes (MT) of electronic waste every year, with Mumbai and Delhi-NCR accounting for the biggest chunk, a study says.

Nothing illustrates the cost of wantonly discarding democracy and handing over the government to unelected officials than the case of Uttarakhand.

An aspect of the ongoing AgustaWestland scandal that has drawn the loudest blood-lust at the gladiators’ circus called Twitter is the Rs 50 crore that middlemen are reported to have earmarked for “man