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Manmohan Singh , P Chidambaram in A Raja’s tell-all book

Former Union communications minister A. Raja’s tell-all book, titled In My Defence, reportedly puts former Union finance minister P.

At 31, Irfan Pathan still has comeback hopes

Irfan Pathan and Ashish Nehra at an event in Chennai.

It’s been almost four years since Irfan Pathan last donned the India jersey in a T20 match, but the all-rounder still believes that a national comeback is not a pipedream for him as there is room for

Hope Virat Kohli doesn’t struggle against moving ball: Mohammad Azharuddin

Captain of the Indian cricket team is one of the most scrutinised roles in the country. It’s even more challenging in the age of social media when players are directly exposed to public opinion.

Possible debris of missing IAF aircraft AN-32 found 3 kms under water

Scientists on board Samudra Ratnakar have sought a re-survey of  region to confirm if the objects are from aircraft (Photo:AP)

A ship which belongs to the Geological Survey of India has found linear pieces in 14 places in the search region.

Zaheer Khan open to India’s bowling coach role

Zaheer Khan

Zaheer Khan is the frontrunner to become India’s bowling coach which has been vacant since BCCI decided not to renew Bharath Arun’s contract.

After suspension from TN Assembly, FIR filed against Stalin, DMK MLAs

An FIR was filed on Sunday against Leader of Opposition MK Stalin. (Photo: DC)

A case was filed in Fort Police station as DMK MLAs gathered inside the Tamil Nadu Secretariat without permission.

Walker Manish Rawat does India proud in Rio

Manish Rawat

In search of medals, India failed to acknowledge a hero in Rio. Race walker Manish Rawat, 25, finished 13th in the 20km category in a high-quality field.

Shuttler’s dream dinner guest? Tennis star Rafael Nadal

India’s poor performance at the Rio Olympics in the first 10 days was like the proverbial calm before the P.V. Sindhu storm in badminton.

Virat Kohli, AB de Villiers redefined role of finisher: Michael Bevan

Michael Bevan

Every time he fielded a question, Michael Bevan paused. The former Australian all-rounder’s responses were measured and honest. “I always find Indians supremely talented.

Ban on camel slaughter: Upset Tamil Nadu Muslims to file appeal

Tamil Nadu could flash a proud tag of being the first Indian state to ban camel slaughter. But it is not over yet.

The troubled India-Pakistan relationship and the disturbances in the Kashmir Valley following the July 8 killing of Burhan Wani are eliciting some international attention.

The business of child surrogacy — it is a business, no matter what anyone says — is a problematic one. Questionable ethics, commercial exploitation, specially of poor Indian women and much more.