Suresh Raina has scored the sixth most runs in T20s. He is behind Chris Gayle (12298 runs), Brendon McCullum (9922), Kieron Pollard (8838 runs), Shoaib Malik (8603 runs) and David Warner (8111 runs). read more
A visitor takes a picture of a display with images of former Indian movie actors at the National Museum of Indian Cinema (NMIC), the country’s first museum showcasing the history of its film industry, in Mumbai. “It showcases to the world outside what Indian cinema has achieved in its entirety over more than 100 years,” Amrit Gangar, a consulting curator on the project, told AFP.
Kamala Harris, a first-term senator and former California attorney general known for her rigorous questioning of President Donald Trump’s nominees, entered the Democratic presidential race on Monday. Harris would be the first woman to hold the presidency and the second African-American if she succeeds.read more
Shah stepped down earlier this month as principal deputy press secretary, a position that had made him deputy to Press Secretary Sarah Sanders, in which capacity he and held briefings for the White House media in her absence, speaking for President Donald... read more
Parades and military shows were taken out in the national capital New Delhi and other places where Army has its headquarters. The force also remembered soldiers who have laid down their lives for the country in the line of duty and honoured their ki... read more
Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO) chief K Sivan said the target is for two unmanned missions to space is December 2020 and July 2021. “The target for a manned mission to space is December 2021,” he said. During his Independence Day speech last year, Prime Minister Narendra Modi had announced the plan of sending an Indian astronaut to space by 2022 on board ‘Gaganyaan’. (Hindustan Times)read more
A man goes in to pierce his eye while participating in a ‘Rafai Silsila’ during the commemoration of the 9th Urs or death anniversary of the Rafai Papa Miyan Sai at the Shah-E-Alam Dargah shrine in Ahmedabad, Gujarat.
PV Sindhu scripted history by becoming the first Indian to win a World series final title. The Indian shuttler was at her best in a real humdinger of a contest against Japanese Nozomi Okuhara as she walked away with the match 21-19, 21-17. Sindhu, who had finished second in the Olympics, Commonwealth Games, Asian games and World Championships, finally got the monkey off her back and broke her title jinx as she dominated Okuhara to win the match in straight sets.read more
Sindhu, who had finished second in the Olympics, Commonwealth Games, Asian games and World Championships, finally got the monkey off her back and broke her title jinx as she dominated Okuhara to win the match in straight sets. read more