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As soon as the Supreme Court quashed Section 66A of the Information Technology Act on Tuesday, there was a tizzy on micro-blogging site Twitter with renowned Bollywood filmmakers like Madhur
Kangana Ranaut is all brightness - the glow of 'Queen's success, the happiness of returning to the 'Tanu Weds Manu' family and the brightness of her 28th birthday.
Hours before Prime Minister Narendra Modi's scheduled visit to Punjab, a major controversy broke out in the state's capital as the hoardings using photographs of US army men had come up in
'Australia has the edge over India'  (22 March 07:45 pm) 
"We have obviously played them a lot this summer in both formats," said Hazlewood
Million-dollar middle-ager  (22 March 07:45 pm) 
From modest beginnings in 1975, cricket's showpiece event is now attracting the moolah by the millions
NZ in prime form to play maiden final  (22 March 07:45 pm) 

I think Martin Guptill's coming back to some great form with a fabulous knock of 237 is very important for New Zealand before the semi-finals

Caribbean cricket is really 'uncool'  (22 March 07:45 pm) 
We’re the nostalgia-worshippers, the ones who fell in love with the game because of the mindblowing way the West Indians played their game
West Indies batsman Chris Gayle on Saturday made it clear that he is not retiring from any form of the game, but a recurring back injury will keep him out of upcoming Test series against England
There was much more to the game than Martin Guptill's double. Here are some of them
Left-arm pacer Starc is the leading Australian wicket-taker with 18 wickets from six matches in the tournament so far
Favourites India, South Africa, New Zealand and Australia registered comprehensive victories against their opponents in the quarter-finals to book their spot in the last four of the 2015 ICC Cricket
Australia struggled on the slow pitch at the SCG when they last played there against Sri Lanka.
Rohit's batting: A godly delight  (22 March 07:45 pm) 
The man who has polarised opinion like no other in Indian cricket seems to have found his niche as an opener in ODIs
Martin Guptill and Trent Boult were speaking with the media after New Zealand's huge win over West Indies in the World Cup quarterfinal
Prime Minister Narendra Modi wished the people of Mauritius on the occasion of the country's National Day, and said it has enriched Hindi literature through its contribution.
I will talk to my farmer brothers and sisters on 22 March. I want to know the views of my farmer friends, said Modi
In a day of high drama, the Congress took out a march of solidarity to the residence of former Prime Minister Manmohan Singh, after he was summoned as an accused by a special CBI court in relation to
'Chandigarh has a certain Sukoon'  (12 March 04:49 pm) 
Calling him a wizard would not be right. He is way gentler than just a performer with tricks. He is no wordsmith either.
The swine flu virus in India which has already killed more than 1,500 people since December may have acquired mutations that make it more severe and infectious than previously circulating H1N1
The Ganga Talao also known as the Grand Bassin is a crater lake situated in a secluded mountain area in the district of Savanne, deep in the heart of Mauritius. It is about 1,800 feet above sea level.
Holding a driver of a speeding car, which hit a 22-year-old girl leading to her death, Motor Accidents Claims Tribunal (MACT) presided over by Najar Singh directed the driver, owner as well as insurer
While introducing the Railway Budget in Lok Sabha, Railway Minister stressed that safety, passenger satisfaction and better amenities will be a priority for the government
Highlighting the issue of crime against women, Prime Minister Narendra Modi today took a leaf out of the epic Ramayana to drive home the point that demi-god Jatayu can be inspiration for men as he
In an exclusive post, Greenpeace India activist Priya Pillai writes about the Indian government's gag order against her and her right to defend the rights of tribals and protect the environment.
Cong vote share could decide Delhi's fate  (07 February 01:55 pm) 
The closer the Congress ends up to the vote-share it bagged in the last Assembly elections, the better it will be for the BJP. The more the Congress crashes, the more AAP will benefit.