HOME
NEWS
BUSINESS
MOVIES
SPORTS
CRICKET
GET AHEAD
SHOPPING
rediff NewsApp
Rediff News
All News

NewsApp (Free)

Read news as it happens
Download NewsApp

RealTime News

  

Siachen Miracle Rescue: Soldier Chose Conflict Areas Over Peace Postings

NDTV 26 minutes ago

Lance Naik Hanamanthappa Koppad, who is in a critical condition after miraculously surviving six days buried under snow on the Siachen glacier in Jammu and Kashmir, chose difficult areas over...
Siachen braveheart Lance Naik Hanamanthappa's condition remains critical: Army hospital
The medical team at R&R Hospital is monitoring his situation continuously and is treating him with best expertise and resources available.
Sachin Tendulkar prays for Siachen avalanche survivor Hanamanthappa
Lance Naik Hanamanthappa Koppad was found buried under 35 feet of ice at 20,500 feet at the Siachen glacier. Former India batsman Sachin Tendulkar tweeted to pray for the soldier, who is now battling for his life at an army hospital in New Delhi.
Siachen braveheart's condition remains critical: Army hospital
New Delhi: The condition of Lance Naik Hanamanthappa Koppad of 19 Madras regiment, who was rescued alive six days after being buried under tonnes of ice in Siachen Glacier, remains very critical, the army said today. “He continues to battle the odds and his medical condition remains very critical,” a medical bulletin issued by Army […] The post Siachen braveheart’s condition remains critical: Army hospital appeared first on State Times .
Siachen Miracle Soldier Remains Critical
Lance Naik Hanamanthappa Koppad who miraculously survived under 35 feet of ice and snow at the avalanche-hit army post in Siachen glacier continues to be critical, army hospital authorities said here on Wednesday.
Siachen braveheart remains critical, retired officer willing to donate kidney
School students pay tributes to the Siachen avalanche martyrs in Ahmedabad (Photo: PTI) Koppad remains extremely critical and is expected to have a stormy course in the next 24 to 48 hours due to complications. New Delhi: The condition of Lance Naik Hanamanthappa Koppad of 19 Madras regiment, who was rescued alive six days after being buried under tonnes of ice in Siachen Glacier, remains very critical, the army said on Wednesday. "He continues to battle the odds and his medical condition remains very critical," a medical bulletin issued by Army Research and Referral Hospital here said. Hanamanthappa remains ventilator-dependent since arrival in the hospital yesterday, it said. The medical team at R&R Hospital is monitoring his situation continuously and is treating him with best expertise and resources available in the world, the bulletin said. The hospital has said he is expected to have a stormy course in the "next 24 hours" due to the complications caused by re-warming and establishment of blood flow to the cold parts of the body. Hanamanthappa was flown out by a helicopter on Tuesday from the site of the avalanche that hit his post at Siachen Glacier along with a medical specialist to the base camp at the glacier, from where he was brought to the Thois air base. He was then transferred to Delhi by a fixed-wing aircraft of IAF along with a critical care specialist of the force and a medical specialist from the base camp. Hanamanthappa is being treated by a team of intensivists, neurologist, nephrologist, endocrinologist and surgeons. He has been administered fluids, drugs to bring up his blood pressure, besides antibiotics. Meanwhile, a retired CISF Head Constable, Prem Swaroop, has come forward to the help of the jawan, offering his kidney if necessary. Heard in news that Lance Naik Hanamanthappa's kidney failed. So I came here to offer my kidney or any part of my body for him. It is my heart's wish to do this, he said. School students, residents associations and politicians from across the country also offered prayers for Koppads quick recovery, with the dabbawalas of Mumbai holding a prayer meet at Parel. "Lord, grant Hanumanthappa long life" read the placards and banners that they held. "We have prayed for his health and well being. We are in awe of the grit and determination he showed while under ice," a dabbawala said, adding that is a highly-motivated soldier. Maharashtra CM Devendra Fadnavis also wished the soldier a speedy recovery. "Maharashtra salutes the spirit and valour of Lance Naik Hanumanthappa and wishes him a speedy recovery," Fadnavis tweeted. Maharashtra salutes the spirit and valour of LanceNaik #Hanumanthappa and wishes him a speedy recovery! — Devendra Fadnavis (@Dev_Fadnavis) February 10, 2016 Congress President Sonia Gandhi was also among the leaders from across the political spectrum who commended the soldier for his grit for life. I join the nation in praying for the speedy recovery of Shri Lance Naik Hanumanthappa. We salute his endurance and will power to serve the nation," the Indian National Congress quoted Sonia in a series of tweets. Assuring Koppads family of all possible help, Karnataka's Resident Commissioner in Delhi, Atul Kumar, said that the Madras Regiment soldier has made the entire state proud. "Today, we came to personally inquire about the welfare of the family and also to check the status of Lance Naik Hanamathappa. Karnataka is proud of this young jawan. He is still in ICU and coma. His condition still continues to be critical. We hope he comes out strong," he told reporters here. "We are committed to extend all possible help to the family," he added.
Siachen braveheart's condition remains critical: Army hospital
Hanamanthappa remains ventilator-dependent since arrival in the hospital on Tuesday, the Army Hospital said.
Siachen survivor Hanumanthappa remains critical: Army
He is expected to have a stormy course in the "next 24 hours" due to the complications caused by re-warming and establishment of blood flow to the cold parts of the body.
Siachen avalanche survivor Lance Naik 'continues to battle odds', remains critical
Lance Naik Hanamanthappa Koppad, who miraculously survived under 35 feet of ice and snow at the avalanche-hit army post in Siachen glacier, continues to be critical, army hospital authorities said in Delhi on Wednesday. The post Siachen avalanche survivor Lance Naik ‘continues to battle odds’, remains critical appeared first on Firstpost .
Siachen survivor condition still critical: Army hospital
Hanamanthappa remains ventilator-dependent since arrival in the hospital yesterday
Siachen miraculously survived soldier's condition remains critical
Koppad has been kept on a ventilator in the ICU at the Army Research and Referral Hospital here. "The soldier's condition remains the same. He is critical, and we are taking best care of him", a doctor at the hospital said. A medical bulletin released by the hospital later said the soldier 'continues to battle the odds'. "...his medical condition remains very critical. He remains ventilator dependent since arrival", a statement from the hospital said. "The medical team treating him at R&R Hospital is monitoring his situation continuously and is treating him with best expertise and resources available in the world", it said. Asked how the soldier was saved in the extreme conditions, the doctor said they cannot comment on how he was saved, as they have no account of what exactly happened. "Only when Lance Naik Koppad gains consciousness we will be able to get an account of how he managed to survive", said the doctor. Latest News from India News Desk
Siachen braveheart's condition remains critical: Army hospital
The condition of Lance Naik Hanamanthappa Koppad of 19 Madras regiment, who was rescued alive six days after being buried under tonnes of ice in Siachen Glacier, remains very critical, the army said today. "He continues to battle the odds and his medical condition remains very critical," a medical bulletin issued by Army Research and Referral Hospital here said. Hanamanthappa remains ventilator-dependent since arrival in the hospital yesterday, it said. The medical team at R&R Hospital is monitoring his situation continuously and is treating him with best expertise and resources available in the world, the bulletin said. The hospital has said he is expected to have a stormy course in the "next 24 hours" due to the complications caused by re-warming and establishment of blood flow to the cold parts of the body. Hanamanthappa was flown out by a helicopter yesterday from the site of the avalanche that hit his post at Siachen Glacier along with a medical specialist to the base camp at the glacier, from where he was brought to the Thois air base. He was then transferred to Delhi by a fixed-wing aircraft of IAF along with a critical care specialist of the force and a medical specialist from the base camp. Hanamanthappa is being treated by a team of intensivists, neurologist, nephrologist, endocrinologist and surgeons. He has been administered fluids, drugs to bring up his blood pressure, besides antibiotics.
Siachen avalanche survivor remains critical
Lance Naik Hanamanthappa Koppad who miraculously survived under 35 feet of ice and snow at the avalanche-hit army post in Siachen glacier continues to be critical, Army hospital authorities said on Wednesday.
Siachen survivor Hananmanthappa remains critical: Army
Lance Naik Hanamanthappa Koppad- the Army jawan who is battling for his life after he survived being snowed in 25 feet below the surface for six days in Siachen, remains to be critical and his condition is being monitored continuously. According
Siachen miracle: Lance Naik Hanamanthappa Koppad remains critical
LanceNaikHanumanthappaKoppadhas been kept on a ventilator in the ICU at the Army Research and Referral Hospital
Siachen miracle soldier remains critical
New Delhi, Feb 10: Lance Naik Hanamanthappa Koppad who miraculously survived under 35 feet of ice and snow at the avalanche-hit army post in Siachen glacier continues to be critical, army hospital authorities said here on Wednesday, Feb 10.Koppad has been
Siachen miracle soldier remains critical
Lance Naik Hanamanthappa Koppad who miraculously survived under 35 feet of ice and snow at the avalanche-hit army post in Siachen glacier continues to be critical, army hospital authorities said here on Wednesday.
Siachen miracle soldier remains critical
New Delhi, Feb 10 (IANS) Lance Naik Hanamanthappa Koppad who miraculously survived under 35 feet of ice and snow at the avalanche-hit army post in Siachen glacier continues to be critical, army hospital authorities said here on Wednesday.
Siachen survivor Lance Naik Hanamanthapa is critical
Siachen survivor Lance Naik Hanamanthapa is extremely critical, he has pneumonia and a kidney dysfunction.
Siachen avalanche survivor in critical condition; liver, kidney dysfunctional
New Delhi: The condition of Lance Naik Hanamanthappa Koppad, who was miraculously found alive after remaining buried in snow for 6 days following the avalanche in Siachen, remains critical.According to the medical bulletin, Koppad continued to be in shock with low blood pressure, and has been put on....
Siachen miracle soldier remains critical
Lance Naik Hanamanthappa Koppad who miraculously survived under 35 feet of ice and snow at the avalanche-hit army post in Siachen glacier continues to be critical, army hospital authorities said here on Wednesday.Koppad has been kept on a ventilator in the ICU at the Army Research and Referral Hospital here."The soldier's condition remains the...
State Times, Silicon India, Asian Age, DNA, The Hindu, First Post.com, Business Line, Jagran Post, Deccan Herald, Times of India, Sify, Zee News, One India, Business Standard, News Chennai Online, MSN India, IndiaTV News, Prokerala,
  

Trump, Sanders ride anti-establishment tide to New Hampshire win

Money Control 29 minutes ago

Sweeping wins by Trump, a New York billionaire, and Sanders, a democratic socialist, on Tuesday testified to the sizable share of American voters upset at US economic conditions and willing to send...
Trump, Sanders Cruise to Decisive Wins in New Hampshire
Two outsiders - Republican Donald Trump and Democrat Bernie Sanders-cruised to early victories in the first primary battleground of New Hampshire turning the nomination contests into a long drawn battle that may well stretch into spring.
Top takeaways from the New Hampshire primary
Bernie Sanders ran away with the Democratic presidential primary in New Hampshire, besting Clinton by more than 20 percentage points.
US presidential elections 2016: America witnesses a full scale rejection of political establishment
The United States is currently witnessing a full scale rejection of political establishment after the New Hampshire primary results were announced on Tuesday. Billionaire Donald Trump, an outsider, emerged as winner for Republican primary in New Hampshire on February 9 while
Trump, Sanders win in New Hampshire, setback for Clinton
Bernie Sanders swept to a huge victory today by defeating Hillary Clinton in the New Hampshire Democratic primary for US presidential nominee while Donald Trump solidified the frontrunner status in t...
Trump: Celebrity billionaire, next US president?
The unlikely Republican presidential frontrunner now can claim his first victory in the political arena after notching up a win in the New Hampshire primary on Tuesday to the horror of the political establishment.
Trump, Sanders ride US anti-establishment tide to New Hampshire win
Republican Donald Trump and Democrat Bernie Sanders coasted to victory on a wave of voter anger in the New Hampshire presidential nominating contest, thrashing traditional US politicians in a display of anti-establishment power. The post Trump, Sanders ride US anti-establishment tide to New Hampshire win appeared first on The Himalayan Times .
Trump, Sanders ride U.S. anti-establishment tide to New Hampshire win
MANCHESTER, N.H. (Reuters) - Republican Donald Trump and Democrat Bernie Sanders coasted to victory on a wave of voter anger in the New Hampshire presidential nominating contest, thrashing traditional U.S. politicians in a display of anti-establishment power.
Trump, Sanders cruise to decisive wins in New Hampshire (Lead, Changing Dateline)
Two outsiders - Republican Donald Trump and Democrat Bernie Sanders-cruised to early victories in the first primary battleground of New Hampshire turning the nomination contests into a long drawn battle that may well stretch into spring.
Trump, Sanders cruise to decisive wins in New Hampshire
Two outsiders - Republican Donald Trump and Democrat Bernie Sanders-cruised to early victories in the first primary battleground of New Hampshire turning the nomination contests into a long drawn battle that may well stretch into spring.With his win, Trump, the brash real estate mogul and celebrity who had never run for public office before,...
Donald Trump, Bernie Sanders win in New Hampshire, setback for Hillary Clinton
Manchester: Bernie Sanders swept to a huge victory today by defeating Hillary Clinton in the New Hampshire Democratic primary for US presidential nominee while Donald Trump solidified the frontrunner status in the Republican party by scoring a big win in the race to the White H..
Trump, Sanders win New Hampshire
Riding a wave of voter anger at traditional politicians, billionaire Donald Trump won New Hampshire's Republican presidential nominating contest on Tuesday and US Senator Bernie Sanders of Vermont won the Democratic primary.
Trump, Sanders emerge winners at 2016 New Hampshire primaries
Supporters watch election returns on a big screen as they wait for Republican presidential candidate, businessman Donald Trump to speak during a primary night rally. The post Trump, Sanders emerge winners at 2016 New Hampshire primaries appeared first on Firstpost .
New Hampshire win shows people want `real change`: Bernie Sanders
Bernie Sanders on Tuesday gave a triumphant victory speech after defeating Hillary Clinton in New Hampshire`s Democratic presidential primary, saying the win showed that voters were seeking "real change."
US elections: Trump, Sanders win New Hampshire primaries
Sanders defeats Clinton in New Hampshire Democratic primary; Trump prevails in Republican contest
New Hampshire primary: Bernie Sanders beats Hillary Clinton
Hillary Clinton lost to Vermont senator Bernie Sanders in the New Hampshire Democratic primary sending shockwaves through her campaign. According to the Guardian, Clinton called Sanders to congratulate him. The former secretary of state's
Bernie Sanders Defeats Hillary Clinton, Donald Trump Wins In New Hampshire
Bernie Sanders won a commanding victory over Hillary Clinton in the New Hampshire primary on Tuesday, and Donald Trump also scored a big win in a triumph of two candidates who have seized on Americans...
Donald Trump, Bernie Sanders win US nominating contests in New Hampshire
The results, though decisive, did little to clear up confusion about who would emerge as the establishment contender to Trump on the Republican side.
Sanders beats Clinton, Trump wins in New Hampshire primary
Trump and Sanders said strikingly similar things in their victory speeches about the American campaign finance system.
One India, Business Line, Times of India, Himalayan times, Reuters, Business Standard, Prokerala, IndiaTV News, The Telegraph, First Post.com, Zee News, MSN India, Sify, NDTV, DNA, The Hindu,
  

Technical snag in video conference delays Headleys deposition

Sahil Online 5 hours 15 minutes ago

Technical snag in video conference delays Headleys deposition
David Headley's deposition adjourned due to technical snag in video conference
Special public prosecutor, who is presently examining Headley, said the deposition has been delayed due to a technical snag from their side.
26/11 attack: Technical glitch forces adjournment of David Headley's deposition
The deposition of Lashkar-e-Taiba terrorist-turned-approver David Coleman Headley was adjourned till Thursday following some technical snags in videoconferencing from a US jail, an official said on Wednesday.
26/11: Headley's deposition adjourned due to technical glitch
The deposition of Pakistani American terrorist David Coleman Headley before a court here for the third consecutive day, was today adjourned till tomorrow due to a technical problem in the video-link at the US end. "There was a technical snag in the ...
26/11 terror attack: Headley's deposition adjourned post technical snag
Post a technical snag in video-conferencing, 26/11 terror attack convict David Coleman Headley's deposition has been adjourned till Thursday. "Today Headley was supposed to give evidence through video link. But unfortunately, on account of techn
Technical glitch forces adjournment of Headley deposition
Mumbai, Feb 10 (IANS) The deposition of Lashkar-e-Taiba terrorist-turned-approver David Coleman Headley was adjourned till Thursday following some technical snags in videoconferencing from a US jail, an official said here on Wednesday.
Technical glitch forces adjournment of Headley deposition
The deposition of Lashkar-e-Taiba terrorist-turned-approver David Coleman Headley was adjourned till Thursday following some technical snags in videoconferencing from a US jail, an official said here on Wednesday."Headley's deposition was expected to continue today (Wednesday). Unfortunately, due to some technical problems on the American side,...
Technical snag in video conference delays Headley's deposition
Mumbai: The deposition of American-Pakistani terrorist David Coleman Headley was on Wednesday delayed due to a technical snag in the video conference Headley was deposing for the third consecutive day before a court here in connection with 26/11 terror attack case Special public prosecutor, who is presently examining Headley, told PTI the deposition has been […] The post Technical snag in video conference delays Headley’s deposition appeared first on State Times .
Technical snag in video conference delays Headley's deposition
Mumbai, Feb 10: The deposition of American-Pakistani terrorist David Coleman Headley was today delayed due to a technical snag in the video conference. Headley was deposing for the third consecutive day before a court here in connection with 26/11 terror attack
David Headley's deposition adjourned till tomorrow due to technical glitch in video feed from US
Headley was deposing for the third consecutive day before a court here in connection with 26/11 terror attack case.
Technical difficulties: Terrorist David Headley's deposition adjourned till tomorrow
The deposition of American-Pakistani terrorist David Coleman Headley was on Wednesday delayed due to a technical snag in the video conference. The post Technical difficulties: Terrorist David Headley’s deposition adjourned till tomorrow appeared first on Firstpost .
26/11 Mumbai terror attack: Technical snag in video conference delays Headley's deposition
Headley was deposing for the third consecutive day before a court here in connection with 26/11 terror attack case. Special public prosecutor, who is presently examining Headley, said the deposition has been delayed temporarily due to a technical snag from their side. However, it is still not clear if the deposition for the day will be cancelled. Headley is being examined as an approver in the 26/11. Deposing from a undisclosed location yesterday, Headley told the special judge G A Sanap that ISI was helping different terror outfits in Pakistan by providing financial, military and moral support. Click here to read more news on Mumbai terror attack Terror outfits LeT, Jaish-e-Mohammad and Hizbul Mujahideen are given financial and military support by the ISI, Pakistani-American terrorist David Coleman Headley said yesterday as he made fresh revelations including about an aborted plan to target Indian defence scientists and famous Siddhivinayak temple here. Latest News from India News Desk
David Headley's deposition enters day 3, technical snag delays video conference
Mumbai: The deposition of American-Pakistani terrorist David Coleman Headley in 26/11 terror attacks entered its third day today. The deposition process, however, was delayed due to a technical snag in the video conference.Special public prosecutor, who is presently examining Headley, said that the ....
David Coleman Headley's deposition in Mumbai court adjourned till tomorrow due to video glitch
Mumbai terror attack convict David Headley's deposition, which entered the third day on Wednesday before the Special Mumbai court, was adjourned till tomorrow due to technical glitch in video-conferencing.
Terrorist David Headley Gets Day Off After Video Glitch in US
Terrorist David Coleman Headley's testimony via video link from the US has been held up for nearly two hours this morning because of a technical glitch.
Technical snag in video conference delays Headley's deposition
The deposition of American-Pakistani terrorist David Coleman Headley was today delayed due to a technical snag in the video conference. Headley was deposing for the third consecutive day before a court here in connection with 26/11 terror attack case. Special public prosecutor, who is presently examining Headley, told PTI the deposition has been delayed temporarily due to a technical snag from their side. However, it is still not clear if the deposition for the day will be cancelled. Headley is being examined as an approver in the 26/11. Deposing from a undisclosed location yesterday, Headley told the special judge G A Sanap that ISI was helping different terror outfits in Pakistan by providing financial, military and moral support. Terror outfits LeT, Jaish-e-Mohammad and Hizbul Mujahideen are given "financial" and "military" support by the ISI, Pakistani-American terrorist David Coleman Headley said yesterday as he made fresh revelations including about an aborted plan to target Indian defence scientists and famous Siddhivinayak temple here.
Technical snag adjourns Headleys deposition
Headley has been steadily disclosing vital information about the ISI and LeT's involvement in the 26/11 Mumbai attacks for the past two days.
Business Standard, Sify, News Chennai Online, Prokerala, State Times, One India, India Today, First Post.com, Jagran Post, IndiaTV News, Zee News, NDTV, Deccan Herald, The Hindu,
  

Pregnant woman diagnosed with Zika in Australia

Times of India 31 minutes ago

A pregnant woman has been diagnosed with the Zika virus in Australia, officials said on Wednesday, adding that the disease was acquired overseas. It is the third confirmed case of the virus so far...
China detects first Zika virus case
China has confirmed an imported case of Zika virus, the country's first, the National Health and Family Planning Commission (NHFPC) said.
China reports 1st case of imported Zika virus
Beijing: China's first case of the Zika virus has been found in a 34-year-old man who recently travelled to Venezuela and is now making a speedy recovery, the government said Wednesday.The man from the southern city of Ganzhou had been treated in Venezuela on Jan. 28 before..
China detects first Zika virus case
China has confirmed an imported case of Zika virus, the country's first, the National Health and Family Planning Commission (NHFPC) said.The patient, a 34-year-old male from Ganxian county of Jiangxi province, is now recovering with normal body temperature and fading rash, NHFPC said on Tuesday.He had travelled to Venezuela and showed symptoms...
First case of Zika virus detected in China
China's first case of Zika virus has been detected in a 34-year-old man who recently came from a visit to Venezuela, the government said. According to ABC News, the man, from the southern city of Ganzhou, is now making speedy recovery and was tr
China reports 1st case of imported Zika virus
Beijing, Feb 10: China has reported its first case of the Zika virus in a man who recently traveled to Venezuela. The National Health and Family Planning Commission says the 34-year-old man from the southern city of Ganzhou had been treated
China Reports First Case Of Imported Zika Virus
China's first case of the Zika virus has been found in a 34-year-old man who recently traveled to Venezuela and is now making a speedy recovery, the government said Wednesday.
China confirms first case of Zika virus: Xinhua
China has confirmed its first case of the Zika virus in a man who had recently travelled to South America, the official Xinhua news agency reported. The post China confirms first case of Zika virus: Xinhua appeared first on The Himalayan Times .
China reports first case of imported Zika virus
The virus is unlikely to spread in China due to low temperatures and lack of mosquito activity.
China's first case of imported Zika virus travelled through Hong Kong
China has reported its first case of the Zika virus in a man who recently traveled to Venezuela. The post China’s first case of imported Zika virus travelled through Hong Kong appeared first on Firstpost .
China confirms first case of Zika virus - Xinhua
BEIJING/HONG KONG (Reuters) - China has confirmed its first case of the Zika virus in a man who had recently travelled to South America, the official Xinhua news agency reported.
China confirms first imported case of Zika virus
China confirms first imported case of Zika virus
China confirms first imported Zika case
China has confirmed its first case of imported Zika virus, the country's state news agency Xinhua reported.
Barbados confirms three Zika cases in pregnant women
Barbados on Tuesday confirmed three cases ofZikain pregnant women, bringing to seven the number of people on the Caribbean island with the virus, which is believed to be linked to birth defects.
China confirms first imported Zika case: Reports
China has confirmed its first case of imported Zika virus, the country's state news agency Xinhua reported. The Zika virus was detected in a 34-year-old man from Ganxian county of Jiangxi province, Xinhua said, citing China's National Health and Family Planning Commission. The man was recovering with normal body temperature and fading rash, Xinhua said. Report World Reuters Beijing Zika Virus China Zika Wed, 10 Feb 2016-12:17am Date updated: Wednesday, 10 February 2016 - 12:17am Article Images: Zika virus File Photo Short URL: dnai.in/daSa Embargo: Syndicate: Hide lead image: Page views: 90 From Print Edition:
Prokerala, Sify, One India, NDTV, Himalayan times, The Hindu, First Post.com, Reuters, MSN India, Economic Times, Zee News, DNA,
  

CBI to retain documents seized during Delhi secretariat raid: HC

One India 57 minutes ago

New Delhi, Feb 10: The Delhi High Court on Wednesday set aside the order of the trial court directing the CBI to release the documents seized during the raid at the office of Rajendra Kumar,...
CBI to retain documents seized during Delhi secretariat raid: HC
TheAamAadmiParty government had told the court that theCBIwas trying to give a "political colour" to the raid.
Kejriwal secretary office raid: Delhi HC allows CBI to keep documents
The Bench of Justice P.S. Teji, allowing the appeal of the CBI, said the trial court had exceeded its jurisdiction and the order had "self-contradictory reasons".
CBI to retain documents seized during Delhi secretariat raid: HC
New Delhi, Feb 10 (IANS) The Delhi High Court on Wednesday set aside the order of the trial court directing the CBI to release the documents seized during the raid at the office of Rajendra Kumar, principal secretary to Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal, on December 15, 2015.
Rajendra Kumar raid: Delhi HC quashes order directing CBI to release documents
The Delhi High Court on Wednesday quashed a lower court's order, which directed the Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) to release the documents seized from the office of Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal's Principal Secretary Rajendra Kumar. The
Delhi HC: CBI can keep papers seized from Kejriwal govt
Delhi HC allows CBI to retain govt documents seized during raid on AAP offices
Delhi secratariat raid: HC quashes trial court order directing CBI to return seized documents
New Delhi: In a setback for Delhi chief minister Arvind Kejriwal, the Delhi High Court today quashed an earlier order by a trial court directing the Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) to return documents seized during raids at the CM’s Principal Secretary Rajendra Kumar&....
Delhi Sectt raid: HC allows CBI plea against trial court order
The Delhi High Court today quashed a trial court order directing CBI to return documents seized during raids at Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwals principal secretary Rajendra Kumars office on December 15, 2015, saying it contained self-contradictory reasons. A bench of Justice P S Teji, while allowing the appeal of CBI, said that the trial court exceeded in its jurisdiction and the order had self-contradictory reasons. "The appeal is allowed. The trial court order stands quashed," the bench said. CBI, on February 1, had submitted before the high court that the seized documents do not paralyse the functioning of the AAP government, as alleged. It had said that at the "initial stage of investigation relevancy of the documents cannot be disclosed even if known to the probe agency, as it can do harm to the ongoing investigation". Opposing the trial courts finding, Additional Solicitor General Tushar Mehta, appearing for CBI, had said that the documents in its possession will "not hamper their (the Delhi government) functioning and it cannot be said that these are unrelated documents" and "the order has completely demoralised the investigating agency". The Delhi government had countered CBIs contention, saying the "agency has picked up documents which have nothing to do with the investigation and it is hampering the governments functioning". The agency had contended that the Special CBI Judge had failed to appreciate that the Delhi government has already obtained photocopies of the documents seized and thus the order of returning the documents was "wholly misconceived". CBI had raided office of Kumar on December 15, last year and registered a corruption case against him and others alleging that he had abused his official position by "favouring a particular firm in the last few years in getting tenders from a Delhi government department".
CBI can keep files seized in raid against Kejriwal's Principal Secy: Delhi HC
CBI had raided the offices of Rajendra Kumar, Delhi CM Arvind Kejriwal's top officer, on December 15 and registered a corruption case against him
Delhi Secretariat raid: HC allows CBI plea against trial court order
HC quashed a trial court order directing CBI to return documents seized during raids at Kejriwal's principal secretary Rajendra Kumar's office.
Delhi Sectt raid: High Court allows CBI plea against trial court order
The Delhi High Court on Wednesday quashed a trial court order directing CBI to return documents seized during raids at Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal's principal secretary Rajendra Kumar's office on 15 December, 2015, saying it contained self-contradictory reasons. The post Delhi Sectt raid: High Court allows CBI plea against trial court order appeared first on Firstpost .
Raid at Delhi secretariat: Setback for AAP govt
The Delhi high court on Wednesday quashed a trial court order directing CBI to return documents seized during raids at Delhi chief minister Arvind Kejriwal's principal secretary Rajendra Kumar's office on December 15, 2015, saying it contained self-contradictory reasons.
CBI to retain documents seized during Delhi secretariat raid: HC
The Delhi High Court on Wednesday set aside the order of the trial court directing the CBI to release the documents seized during the raid at the office of Rajendra Kumar, principal secretary to Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal, on December 15, 2015.Justice P.S. Teji said that the Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) will retain the documents...
Delhi Secretary raid: HC allows CBI plea against trial court order
The Delhi government had countered CBI's contention, saying the "agency has picked up documents which have nothing to do with the investigation and it is hampering the government's functioning".
NEWS ON AIR : News On AIR brings the Latest & Top Breaking News on Politics, G
The Delhi High Court today allowed CBI to keep the documents taken form the office of the staff of Delhi Chief Minister during the raid in December last year. The High Court quashes the trial court order asking CBI to give documents seized during raids..
News Chennai Online, Sify, MSN India, IndiaTV News, Deccan Herald, Business Standard, Economic Times, First Post.com, Times of India, Prokerala, DNA, News on Air,
  

Return of Odd-Even: Arvind Kejriwal to announce dates tomorrow

DNA 24 minutes ago

Deputy Chief Minister Manish Sisodia suggested that the licence plate policy will be back "once again" while sources said that its next phase could be enforced in April after the CBSE Board...
'Odd-even' set to return; Kejriwal to announce dates tomorrow
Transport Minister Gopal Rai said that the government will make the announcement after reviewing over 11 lakh responses received from the public.
'Odd-even' set to return; CM to announce dates tomorrow
The odd-even scheme is "all set" make a comeback in the national capital, the dates to which will be announced by Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal tomorrow. Transport Minister Gopal Rai said that the government will make the announcement after reviewing over 11 lakh responses received from the public through multiple channels today. Deputy Chief Minister Manish Sisodia suggested that the licence plate policy will be back "once again" while sources said that its next phase could be enforced in April after the CBSE Board examinations. "The scheme is all set to make a comeback. Ministers including the Chief Minister will announce the dates in a press conference tomorrow," sources said. Earlier, Rai tweeted, "Delhi government will take a decision on the future of odd-even tomorrow. The public feedback report is being prepared today." The road rationing experiment, aimed at curbing air pollution in the metropolis, was implemented from January 1-15 in its first phase with Sundays being exempted from it. Subsequently, the government invited public opinion through emails, missed calls, online forms and also reached out to around 9 lakh people through interactive voice response system. "Around 28,300 suggestions have been received through online forms while another 9,000 and 1,82,808 have come through emails and missed called respectively. The government, on its part, has made more than 9,00,000 calls to gather public opinion," a senior government official said. AAP MLAs, who organised Jan Sabhas on the same theme, have claimed that public opinion was "overwhelmingly" in favour of re-introduction of the scheme.
Odd-even scheme set to return; CM Kejriwal to announce dates on Thursday
The 'odd-even' scheme is all set make a comeback in the national capital, the dates to which will be announced by Delhi chief minister Arvind Kejriwal on Thursday.
Kejriwal to announce dates on Thursday for odd-even scheme
Sources say that its next phase could be enforced in April after the CBSE Board examinations.
'Odd-even' set to return; Arvind Kejriwal to announce dates tomorrow
According to sources, next phase of the scheme could be enforced in April after the CBSE Board examinations
Coming soon in Delhi: Odd-even phase-2, final decision tomorrow
The Delhi government will announce the second phase of odd-even scheme on Thursday.Delhi Transport Minister Gopal Rai tweeted, "The future of odd-even scheme will be decided tomorrow, the report on public survey is being prepared today." The state government had sought public opinion via e-mail and helpline number. The data gathered will also be released tomorrow during a press conference, which is likely to be addressed by Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal and his deputy Manish Sisodia.
Odd-even rule set to return in Delhi
The odd-even scheme is all set make a comeback in the national capital, the dates to which will be announced by Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal on Wednesday.Transport Minister Gopal Rai s...
Arvind Kejriwal to hold meet to discuss phase two of odd-even scheme
Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal addressing a press conference (Photo: PTI) Delhi govt had sought public opinion via e-mail helpline and online and that data will also be released. New Delhi: Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal will hold a review meeting on Wednesday to discuss the implementation of second phase of the odd-even plan in the national capital. The state government had sought public opinion via e-mail helpline and online and that data will also be released. Government sources claim that they received more than 1,82,808 missed calls on the odd-even helpline number. More than 28,300 suggestions were received online, along with 9,000 emails. The transport department sources claim that they made 10 lakh calls in Delhi to seek opinion on odd-even scheme. Kejriwal would review the opinion in the meet with all the concerned departments. The government would also make the data public. The list of exemptions during the scheme would also be discussed. However, government sources claim that two-wheelers would remain exempted even during the next round of odd-even scheme, as enough public transport infrastructure is not available in the national capital.
Arvind Kejriwal to hold a review meeting for Odd Even today and other Top Auto News of the Day
A brief round up of all the top headlines that dominated the auto sector nationally and internationally.
Odd-Even phase two: Kejriwal to hold review meet today
Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal on Wednesday will hold a review meeting on the implementing the second phase of the Odd-Even plan in the national capital. The state government had sought public opinion via e-mail helpline and online and tha
Delhi odd-even phase II: Kejriwal to hold review meet today
Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal will on Wednesday hold a review meeting on the implementing the second phase of the Odd-Even plan in the national capital.
Delhi: AAP govt may re-launch 'odd-even' as early as Feb 14
Four probable launching dates for second phase of 'odd-even' scheme being considered
Times of India, Business Line, Business Standard, India Today, The Hindu, Asian Age, India Infoline, Sify, Zee News, MSN India,
  

ONGC: Q3 numbers set to rise yoy but fall qoq

India Infoline 57 minutes ago

IIFL forecasts the companys net revenue for Q3 FY16 to surge to Rs. 19,994 crore, growing at 5.7% yoy; however, it is likely to fall 3.3% qoq.
Bank of Maharashtra's Q3 profit jumps 56%; rise in NPAs dampen earnings
State-owned Bank of Maharashtra on Wednesday reported a jump of 55.6% in its net profit at Rs 89.06 crore for the third quarter ended December 2015
Bank of Maharashtra Q3 profit jumps 56% to Rs 89 cr
State-owned Bank of Maharashtra today reported a jump of 55.6 per cent in its net profit at Rs 89.06 crore for the third quarter ended December 2015.The Pune-headquartered public sector lender had ma...
Bank of Maharashtra Q3 profit jumps 56% to Rs 89 crore
Total income of the bank increased to Rs 3,475.98 crore during the third quarter of current fiscal
Bank of Maharashtra Q3 profit jumps 56% to Rs 89 crore
The Pune-headquartered public sector lender had made a profit of Rs 57.24 crore in the October-December quarter of financial year 2014-15.
GPT Infraprojects bags order worth Rs 114.30cr
GPT Infraprojects has bagged an order worth Rs 114.30 crore.
Punjab National Bank to fill gaps in profits with sale and lease of real estate
By Accommodation Times News Service The move comes as higher provisions and an increase in slippages plummeted PNBs net profit for the December quarter by 94.31 per cent to Rs 51.01 crore as against the same period last fiscal Country’s second largest state run lender, Punjab National Bank will now explore to monetize its real […]
Four government banks report spike in bad loans
Four state-run banks reported a spike in bad loans and provisions for sour debt on Tuesday after a clean-up exercise ordered by their regulator, sending three of them to net losses for the fiscal third quarter. Punjab National Bank (PNB), India's fou
PSU banks post losses in Q3 as bad loans mount
Increase in provisioning due to sharp rise in bad loans resulted in squeezing of bottomlines. Central Bank of India yesterday reported a loss of Rs 836.62 crore for October-December 2015-16, against a profit of Rs 137.65 crore in the third quarter of the previous fiscal. The asset quality worsened with the gross non-performing assets (NPAs) rising to 8.95 per cent of the gross advances during the quarter, as against 6.2 percent year ago. As a result, bank's provisions and contingencies more than doubled to Rs 1,499.05 crore as of December 2015, as against Rs 645.44 crore a year ago. Similarly, Dena Bank reported a loss of Rs 662.85 crore for the third quarter as against net profit of Rs 76.56 crore in the same quarter last year. Gross NPAs as a percentage to total advances rose significantly to 9.85 per cent from 5.61 percent in the same quarter year ago, Dena Bank said in a statement. Kolkata-based Allahabad Bank reported a loss of Rs 486.14 crore for the third quarter. The bank had earned a net profit of Rs 164.11 crore in the same quarter last year. Gross NPAs as a percentage to total advances rose to 6.40 percent from 5.46 per cent in the same quarter year ago. After results, shares of the Allahabad Bank declined by 3.2 percent and closed at Rs 51 per unit. Shares of the bank plunged to 87.85 per unit, down 6.89 percent on the BSE. Latest News from Business News Desk
Bad loans pull PSU banks down
Three banks report losses in Oct-Dec; only PNB posts profit on tax write-back.
RBI directive bleeds banks, PNB looking at asset sales
Mukesh Jagota New Delhi Higher provisioning for bad loans following Reserve Bank of Indias directive to banks in December to clean up their balancesheet by March next year has led to a sharp fall in Punjab National Banks profit in October-December quarter. The pain of discipline enforced by RBI was also seen in the results of Allahabad Bank and Dena Bank, both of which reported massive losses on Tuesday. The reason RBI is insisting on banks clearing up their balancesheet is to enable them to start afresh and allow them to lend more. Even ICICIs Banks profits had suffered due to higher provisioning for bad loans in the third quarter. The impact of this directive on the results of bigger banks like State Bank of India, Bank of India and Bank of Baroda would be known later this week when they post their results. The extent of the provisioning for NPAs pulled down PNBs shares 7 per cent at close of the days trading to Rs 87.85 a share. As the process of setting aside more funds to cover for loans that are unlikely to be paid back would go on for the next few quarters, PNBs management have started looking at selling its non-core assets including real estate to raise additional funds. We will look at the sale and lease back model to monetise our real estate, a senior functionary of the bank said, adding that they would also ask the government for additional equity over and above what has been provided for. PNB, which is the fifth largest bank in the country, is not alone while looking at selling non-core assets. Even SBI, the countrys largest bank, is working on this option by selling stakes in its insurance joint ventures to raise capital for future expansion. There are 150 accounts identified by the RBI's asset quality review of accounts as NPAs and SBI has an exposure to many of these accounts. If we extrapolate the PNB numbers, the NPAs will be much higher than PNB. While the operating profits would be better quarter on quarter, the tax write back and provisioning would ensure that the profit is minimal, an analyst with Reliance Securities said. "The provisioning required for 150 large accounts have created an uncertainty regarding the asset quality of banks. A higher degree of slippages and provisioning cannot be ruled out for SBI as also reported by most banks," vice president research for banking at Angel Broking, Vaibhav Agarwal said. PNBs net profit in the third quarter of the financial year fell to Rs 51 crore from Rs 621 crore in July-September quarter and Rs 775 crore in the third quarter of the last financial year. The year-on-year decline in net profit in the third quarter was 94.31 per cent.In fact, the bank would have been in losses had it not got the tax write back of Rs 909 crore in income tax during the quarter. For its bad loans, it has set aside Rs 3,767 core in the third quarter compared to Rs 1,723 crore in the same period last year. PNBs net non-performing assets (NPAs) stood at Rs 22,983 crore at 5.86 per cent against Rs 13,778 crore in the December quarter of the last fiscal at 3.82 per cent. Gross NPAs stood at 8.47 [er cent. Fresh slippages of the bank during the quarter stood at Rs 13,482 crore. The total income in the third quarter was, however, up 7.6 per cent on year to Rs 13,891 crore. Our bank has been a major lender to big industries and they are struggling. We have done all provisions and this surgery will happen for everybody, MD & CEO Usha Ananthasubramanian said. She said that the bank is internally very robust but the surgery for taking out bad loans is not yet over. The stress is mostly from steel and infrastructure sector, she added. Ananthasubramanian said that the bank has sold loans worth Rs 1,372 crore to asset reconstruction firms and may sell more loans worth Rs 2,500 crore this quarter. In 13 accounts amounting to around Rs 6,800 crore we will go for restructuring under 5/25 rule, she added. Smaller banks like Allahabad Bank and Dena Bank too reported losses. Allahabad Bank swung to a loss of Rs 486.14 crore after reporting a profit of Rs 177.1 crore in Jul-Sept and Rs 164.1 crore in FY15 third quarter. Dena Banks loss in October-December quarter was Rs 662.85 crore. mukeshjagota @mydigitalfc.com (With inputs from Falaknaaz Syed)
Bad assets hit PNB hard; net dives 93%
A higher provisioning for bad assets and contingencies dragged down state-owned Punjab National Bank's (PNB) net profit by 93 per cent to Rs 51 crore for the three months ending December. The bank had reported a net profit of Rs 774.56 crore in the corresponding quarter last fiscal. "I like to mention that the industry is going through very tough times and PNB has been one of the major lenders. And obviously the impact is felt on the bank which is very much visible on its books," CEO Usha Ananthasubramanian said. PNB increased its provisioning and contingencies allocation to Rs 3,775.53 crore for the October-December quarter of 2015-16, a steep increase from Rs 1,467.77 crore parked aside in the same quarter a year ago. The bank's asset quality deteriorated further as gross non-performing assets (NPAs) or bad loans hit 8.47 per cent of the gross advances during the third quarter of current fiscal, as against 5.97 per cent a year ago. Likewise, net NPAs rose to 5.86 per cent of the net advances as of December quarter of 2015-16, from 3.82 per cent in the previous year's third quarter. In absolute terms, the gross NPAs increased to Rs 34,338.22 crore as of December 2015, from Rs 22,211.43 crore. Net NPAs were at Rs 22,983.40 crore during the quarter, up from Rs 13,787.76 crore. "The increase in NPA is on account of Bank's exercises as part of RBI's Asset Quality Review over the last two quarters of the current financial year. The bank is undertaking the same over the time-frame stipulated by the RBI," PNB said.
Business Line, Business Standard, Economic Times, Money Control, Accommodation Times, Sify, Jagran Post, The Hindu, The Financial Chronicle, Deccan Herald,
  

Blog: The Trauma Of A Leopard At A Bengaluru School

NDTV 2 hours 47 minutes ago

What is it about us as a people that when we know a wild animal is on the prowl in our streets or our buildings we actually gather to gawk?
No leopard in Bengaluru school: Official
Bengaluru, Feb 10: Fears of another leopard prowling in and around a private school on Tuesday night were unfounded and its so-called sighting was a speculation, a top official said on Wednesday, Feb 10."No leopard was seen or traced in and
No leopard in Bengaluru school: Official
Fears of another leopard prowling in and around a private school on Tuesday night were unfounded and its so-called sighting was a speculation, a top official said on Wednesday.
No leopard in Bengaluru school: Official
Fears of another leopard prowling in and around a private school on Tuesday night were unfounded and its so-called sighting was a speculation, a top official said on Wednesday."No leopard was seen or traced in and around the school by our forest staff after a night-long search operation though the school remains shut as a precaution," Karnataka...
2 more leopards spotted outside Bengaluru school
Forest official launch operation to capture the leopards, the police are advising residents not to venture out of their houses.
3 leopard sightings cause panic in Bengaluru
3 leopard sightings cause panic in Bengaluru
More leopards come out near Vibgyor school in Bengaluru
Panic prevails in Whitefield area of east Bengaluru after some residents reported sighting of three leopards on Tuesday evening, a couple of days after a big cat injured two people inside a school.
Another leopard spotted in Bengaluru
Another leopard has been spotted in Bengaluru by residents around the school.
Another leopard spotted around Bengaluru school
Bengaluru: Two days after a leopard entered a private school near Varthur in Bengaluru, another one was spotted on Tuesday around the same school. "I have confirmation of one leopard being spotted, but people residing
Two more leopards spotted around Vibgyor Public School in Bengaluru
A leopard on Sunday entered a private school near Varthurand attacked people.
Big Cats at large : Panic grips as two more leopards spotted near Bengaluru school
Bengaluru: Just two days after a leopard entered a private school near Varthur in Bengaluru, panic spread as eyewitnesses claimed that two more leopards were spotted at Varthur near the Nilgiris farm."I have confirmation of one leopard being spotted, but people residing in the area are sayi....
3 'leopard sightings' cause panic in Bengaluru
A leopard scare gripped areas in and around Whitefield, east Bengaluru, with three big cats being reportedly spotted on Tuesday evening, two days after one large feline was captured after it entered a school and injured two persons in the locality.
Another leopard spotted near Vibgyor school
Two days after a leopard entered a private school near Varthur, another one was spotted in the same area on Tuesday.I have confirmation of one leopard being spotted, but people residing in the ar...
Prokerala, MSN India, Sahil Online, India Today, DNA, Sify, Zee News, IndiaTV News, Times of India, The Hindu,
  

Security beefed up at IGI after threat call

Sahil Online 3 hours 45 minutes ago

Security beefed up at IGI after threat call
Security beefed up at Delhi airport after threat call
The call was later declared as non-specific by the Bomb Threat Assessment Committee, says airport sources. The call centre of the airport received an anonymous call saying someone from Amritsar present at the airport was a terrorist. New Delhi: Security agencies on Wednesday went into a tizzy after the call centre at the Indira Gandhi International Airport here received an anonymous call about the presence of a "terrorist". The call was later declared as "non-specific" by the Bomb Threat Assessment Committee (BTAC), airport sources said. Flight operations during this period were unaffected, they said. "At around 2.30 am, the call centre of the Indira Gandhi International Airport received an anonymous call saying that someone from Amritsar present at the airport was a terrorist. The information was immediately passed on to the airport authorities as well as all the aviation security agencies," the sources said. The BTAC was formed to assess the threat, they said, adding, security agencies carried out an extensive screening of the people at the airport. The BTAC declared the call as "non-specific" at around 3.30 am, the sources said.
Security beefed up at IGI after threat call
New Delhi: Security agencies today went into a tizzy after the call centre at the Indira Gandhi International Airport here received an anonymous call about the presence of a “terrorist”. The call was later declared as “non-specific” by the Bomb Threat Assessment Committee (BTAC), airport sources said. Flight operations during this period were unaffected, they […] The post Security beefed up at IGI after threat call appeared first on State Times .
Delhi: IGI airport gets threat call, security beefed up
The BTAC was formed to assess the threat, they said, adding, security agencies carried out an extensive screening of the people at the airport.
Delhi: Security scare at international airport
Security agencies go into a tizzy after anonymous call about a 'terrorist'
Security beefed up at IGI after threat call
An anonymous phone call about the presence of a "terrorist" at the Indira Gandhi International Airport in Delhi sent the security agencies into a tizzy, leading to extensive screening of everyone at the airport.
Security at IGI airport increased after threat call
Security agencies on Wednesday were on high alert after the call centre at the Indira Gandhi International Airport here received an anonymous call about the presence of a "terrorist". Flight operations during this period were unaffected
Security beefed up at IGI after threat call
Security agencies today went into a tizzy after the call centre at the Indira Gandhi International Airport here received an anonymous call about the presence of a "terrorist". The call was later declared as "non-specific" by the Bomb Threat Assessment Committee (BTAC), airport sources said. Flight operations during this period were unaffected, they said. "At around 2.30 AM the call centre of the Indira Gandhi International Airport received an anonymous call saying that someone from Amritsar present at the airport was a terrorist. The information was immediately passed on to the airport authorities as well as all the aviation security agencies," the sources said. The BTAC was formed to assess the threat, they said, adding, security agencies carried out an extensive screening of the people at the airport. The BTAC declared the call as "non-specific" at around 3.30 AM, the sources said.
High Security At Delhi Airport After Threat Call
Security agencies today went into a tizzy after the call centre at the Indira Gandhi International Airport in Delhi received an anonymous call about the presence of a "terrorist".
Security beefed up at IGI after threat call
New Delhi, Feb 10: Security agencies today went into a tizzy after the call centre at the Indira Gandhi International Airport here received an anonymous call about the presence of a "terrorist". The call was later declared as "non-specific" by the
Delhi airport receives a threat call - `Someone from Amritsar present at IGI is a terrorist`
The callcentreof IndiraGandhi International Airport received an anonymous call, saying that someone fromAmritsarpresent at airport was a terrorist.
Security beefed up at Indira Gandhi International Airport after threat call
The call which was received at around 2:30 a.m was later declared as "non-specific" by the BTAC
Security beefed up at Indira Gandhi International Airport after threat call
The call was later declared as "non-specific" by the Bomb Threat Assessment Committee (BTAC), airport sources said.
DNA, MSN India, India Today, Times of India, Deccan Herald, NDTV, One India, Zee News, Business Standard, Economic Times,
  

We lost but taking lot of positives from the game: Dhoni

Times of India 2 hours 16 minutes ago

India's winning sequence in T20 internationals came to an embarrassing end last night after a depleted Sri Lanka pulled off an upset five-wicket victory to take a 1-0 lead in the three-match series.
Defeat to Sri Lanka Will Serve as Wake Up Call For India, Says Gavaskar
India's winning run in Twenty20s came to an embarrassing end, after a depleted Sri Lanka pulled off an upset five-wicket victory to take a 1-0 lead in the three-match series.
Lot of positives to take away from the game: Dhoni
Lot of positives to take away from the game: Dhoni
Lot of positives to take away from the game: Dhoni
Indias streak in T20 internationals came to an end after Sri Lanka pulled off five-wicket victory to take a 1-0 lead in the three-match series.
Seaming wicket catches Indian batsmen napping
India's winning run in T20 Internationals ended on Tuesday after a depleted Sri Lanka pulled off an five-wicket victory to take 1-0 lead in the three-match series.
1st T20I: Twitterati slam Team India for shambolic batting performance
Pune, Feb 9: Sri Lankan bowlers wreaked havoc over Indian batters after a new-look side bundled out the hosts at 101 in the first T20 international game at Pune. Match scorecard; Series schedule; Photos Indians kept losing wickets from the very
Inexperienced Sri Lanka beat India by 5 wkts in T20 opener
India's winning sequence in T20internationals came to an embarrassing end tonight after a heavily depleted Sri Lanka pulled off an upset five-wicket victory to take 1-0 lead in the three-match series. Put into bat on a lively track, which had ...
Sri Lanka pacemen hand India five-wicket T20 defeat
REUTERS – Inexperienced Sri Lanka fast bowlers Kasun Rajitha and Dasun Shanaka took three wickets apiece to bundle out India for 101 and set up a five-wicket victory in the first Twenty20 international on Tuesday. Rajitha, making his international debut, dismissed Rohit Sharma and Ajinkya Rahane in the first over to give Sri Lanka a […]
India vs Sri Lanka: 1st T20I scoreboard
The following is the scoreboard of the first T20 International between India and Sri Lanka which was played at the Maharashtra Cricket Association Stadium here on Tuesday.India:Rohit Sharma c Chameera b Rajitha 0Shikhar Dhawan c Gunathilaka b Rajitha 9Ajinkya Rahane c Chandimal b Rajitha 4Suresh Raina b Shanaka 20Yuvraj Singh c and b...
Sri Lanka pacemen hand India five-wicket T20 defeat| Reuters
Inexperienced Sri Lanka fast bowlers Kasun Rajitha and Dasun Shanaka took three wickets apiece to bundle out India for 101 and set up a five-wicket victory in the first Twenty20 international on Tuesday. Rajitha, making his international debut, dismissed Rohit Sharma and Ajinkya Rahane in the first over to give Sri Lanka a perfect start after they chose to bowl first on a green-tinged surface at Pune. The post Sri Lanka pacemen hand India five-wicket T20 defeat | Reuters appeared first on Firstpost .
Pune T20: Depleted Sri Lanka beat India by 5 wickets, lead series 1-0
Indias winning sequence in T20 internationals came to an embarrassing end in Pune.
Cricket-Sri Lanka pacemen hand India five-wicket T20 defeat
Feb 9 (Reuters) - Inexperienced Sri Lanka fast bowlers Kasun Rajitha and Dasun Shanaka took three wickets apiece to bundle out India for 101 and set up a five-wicket victory in the first Twenty20 international on Tuesday.
Sri Lanka upsets India with 5-wkt victory in T20 opener
Indias winning sequence in T20 internationals came to an embarrassing end tonight after a heavily depleted Sri Lanka pulled off an upset fivewicket victory to take 10 lead in the threematch serie...
The Hindu, The Telegraph, One India, Business Standard, Sportskeeda.com, Prokerala, First Post.com, MSN India, Reuters, Business Line,