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21 May, 2018 12:26 PM INSV Tarini, with all-women crew, arrives in Goa after circumnavigating the globe

Panaji: Indian Navy's six-member all-women crew arrived in Goa on Monday after circumnavigating the globe in over eight months on board the naval vessel INSV Tarini. The expedition, christened 'Navika Sagar Parikrama', was flagged off from the INS Mandovi boat pool here on September 10, 2018. Led by Lieutenant Commander Vartika Joshi, the crew had Lt Commanders 20

18 May, 2018 2:01 AM Lalchand Rajput appointed interim head coach of Zimbabwe

Mumbai: Former India coach Lalchand Rajput was on Thursday appointed as interim head coach of the Zimbabwe cricket team. Rajput replaced former Zimbabwe pacer Heath Streak, who was sacked in March after the team failed to qualify for the next year's World Cup. "They contacted me yesterday. It is a good opportunity for me to take Zimbabwe cricket ahead 37

16 May, 2018 4:39 PM Rebel governing body a threat: SWG

Its SWOT analysis also raises concerns over T10 format A breakaway rebel governing body, the proposed T10 format and lack of interest from broadcasters are among “18 threats” that international cricket faces right now, according to a report of the ICC’s Strategic Working Group (SWG) which will discuss these issues with the BCCI here on Thursday 34

14 May, 2018 8:32 AM South Africa mourns death of musician who worked for Hindu-Muslim unity

Ramesh Hassan, who was born Hassan Saib, played the right notes to foster communal harmony. The South African Indian community is mourning the demise of musician and singer Ramesh Hassan, who changed his Muslim birth name to foster communal harmony in the country through his music. Hassan (73), considered the face of Hindu-Muslim unity in South Africa 33

14 May, 2018 7:54 AM Malicious Apps Found and Removed From Google Play, Return After Changing Name: Report

Symantec has found two new sets of malicious apps on the Google Play store. The first set of seven apps seems to have been re-uploaded, after being pulled down for being malicious, just by merely changing their names. The other set of 38 apps seems to trigger links in the background, aiming to drive traffic to those sites, without the knowledge or permission 122

12 May, 2018 4:42 PM Top Indian and foreign players for one-off women's T20 ahead of IPL 2018 play-offs

New Delhi: The BCCI sanctioned women's T20 exhibition match ahead of the IPL play-off in Mumbai on May 22 will feature top Indian and foreign players. A total of 30 players, 20 Indians and 10 foreigners, will train at the Cricket Club of India in Mumbai ahead of the one-off game. The teams will be called IPL XI and BCCI XI and the game will be broadcast 38

12 May, 2018 9:19 AM IPL 2018 Live Cricket Score, Kings XI Punjab vs Kolkata Knight Riders: Sunil Narine Fifty Drives KKR Forward vs KXIP

IPL Kings XI Punjab vs Kolkata Knight Riders Live Score: Punjab take the third spot while KKR occupy the fifth spot in the IPL points table For Kings XI Punjab, the game against Rajasthan Royals turned out to be a proverbial banana peel as they lost by 15 runs chasing a modest target of 159. The defeat led to unverified reports of rift between franchise 43

7 May, 2018 7:54 PM Marx matters to all of humanity: D. Pandian

Tamil translations of his selected works released “Marx is very relevant today. Marx lived his whole life as a political refugee, but he matters to the rulers, scientists and all of humanity. He has given a call — if you want to save this world and humanity, remove capitalism and establish socialism,” CPI leader D. Pandian said at the Goethe Institute 44

7 May, 2018 5:18 PM Kagiso Rabada Injury A 'Blessing In Disguise', Says Allan Donald

South Africa fast bowler Kagiso Rabada's back injury could yet prove to be a "blessing in disguise", according to former Proteas paceman Allan Donald. Rabada was named man-of-the-series after taking 23 wickets at an average of under 20 apiece, but he bowled only eight overs in Australia's second innings in the final Test in Johannesburg. He was subsequently 42

3 May, 2018 10:43 PM South Africa to fight testosterone rule over Caster Semenya

Johannesburg: South Africa's athletics federation on Thursday said it would challenge new rules governing female athletes' testosterone levels, which affect the nation's Olympic champion Caster Semenya. Athletics South Africa (ASA) said it would "challenge the International Association of Athletics Federations (IAAF) on these new regulations as we have found 40