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Nagpur Municipal Corporation in trouble over ‘Chalisa’ event

Hanuman Chalisa recitation at an AIDS awareness programme here recently has invited trouble for the organisers with the Bombay high court issuing notices to BJP-ruled civic body, municipal commissione

Slipper hurled at Kanhaiya Kumar in Nagpur

A slipper was hurled on Thursday at JNU student leader Kanhaiya Kumar when he was delivering a speech at an auditorium in Congress Nagar here, while some Bajrang Dal workers earlier threw stones at a

Nagpur is Ambedkar’s land, not RSS’, says Kanhaiya Kumar

Taking on the RSS, Jawaharhal Nehru University students’ union president Kanhaiya Kumar on Thursday said Nagpur was the land of B.R.

Metro will change Nagpur’s face: CM Devendra Fadnavis

Chief minister Devendra Fadnavis at the ‘Project Agreement’ signing ceremony in Nagpur.

The Nagpur Metro Rail will be completed on a fast-track basis and the “ultra modern rail network will change the face of the city”, chief minister Devendra Fadnavis said on Sunday.

ICC World Twenty20: Afghanistan bid to sign off in style

Afghanistan will hope to catch the West Indies with a hangover on Sunday as they look to sign-off from cricket’s World T20 with a much-deserved consolation victory.

ICC World Twenty20: Afghanistan end on a high


Afghanistan players celebrate their six-run win over the West Indies in their World T20 Super 10 match at the Vidarbha Cricket Association Stadium in Nagpur on Sunday. (Photo: AFP)

ICC World Twenty20: West Indies beat South Africa by three wickets

Chris Gayle celebrates a South African wicket with Darren Sammy. (Photo: PTI)

West Indies beat South Africa by three wickets in Nagpur on Friday to qualify for the semi-finals of the World Twenty20 here on Friday.

ICC World Twenty20: South Africa set for West Indies

Chris Gayle

Chris Gayle will return to the top of the batting order as West Indies look to continue their winning run and secure a semifinal berth when they take on South Africa in the ICC World Twenty20 here on

Lack of adaptability, batting failure did us in, says MS Dhoni

Mahendra Singh Dhoni

India skipper Mahendra Singh Dhoni came down heavily on his batsmen who didn’t offer any sort of resistence chasing a modest 127 after the hosts went down to New Zealand in the ICC World T20 Super 10

Can’t get carried away, says Virat Kohli

India's Virat Kohli speaks at a press conference after a practise session at VCA stadium in Nagpur. (Photo: PTI)

Their amazing run of form in the shortest format of the game winning 10 out of their 11 matches has made M.S.

It is sad to see a great institution crumble. The Congress is more than just a political party.

As maiden victories — like first love — always remain etched in the mind for long, it would be unfair to grudge Prime Minister Narendra Modi and his party the joys of a runaway win in Assam.