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Dhoni, Sehwag join hands for charity match

Dhoni and Sehwag will join hands for a charity match at the Kia Oval

India ODI captain Mahendra Singh Dhoni will join compatriot Virender Sehwag and a host of other international cricketers for a charity match at the Kia Oval here on September 17.

Rod Marsh wants ball tampering legalised

Rod Marsh

Rod Marsh has backed experimenting with allowing the legalisation of ball tampering in order to address the balance between bat and ball in the modern game.

Reading book in 2nd language evokes less emotions

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Reading a novel or short story in a second language learnt after the mother tongue can drastically reduce physiological responses to emotions, such as smiling when a fictional character is happy, a ne

Here's how Indian cuisine essentials can give you glowing skin

Paneer butter masala (File Photo)

Our grandmothers certainly hit the nail by concocting natural home remedies

UK crime agency website downed by hackers

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A group of hackers on Tuesday claimed they had downed the website of Britain’s lead law enforcement agency after it arrested six people over similar attacks.

JK Rowling wishes Potter’s son ‘good luck’

Author J.K. Rowling has wished Harry Potter’s son “good luck” on his first day at Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizadry.

After Ashes triumph, Alastair Cook in search of opening partne

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Cook has had 6 partners at the top of the order following Andrew Strauss' retirement

All eyes on Manchester United as deadline day dawns

David de Gea

Manchester United were the centre of attention as the Premier League’s transfer deadline day dawned on Tuesday, with moves involving David de Gea and Anthony Martial awaiting completion.

Frederick Forsyth reveals he did some covert work for MI6

Frederick Forsyth

British thriller writer Frederick Forsyth revealed he had conducted missions for intelligence service MI6 in extracts from his autobiography published Sunday.

Now that defence minister Manohar Parrikar has complained that a murder story is getting more coverage than the 50th anniversary of the 1965 “victory” against Pakistan, in the coming weeks, the Indian

As frenzy over a young girl’s presumed murder three years ago gripped the media, I wracked my brains to think if I had ever met Sheena Bora while visiting my son when he lived in Bandra, Mumbai.