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Pakistan coach Mickey Arthur says he wanted to commit suicide after Pakistan lost to India in the World Cup match

After the crushing defeat handed to Pakistan by India in the recent World Cup 2019 match, Pakistan team coach Mickey Arthur has said that he was feeling so disappointed and depressed that he wanted to 'commit suicide'. 

English Cricket team captain Eoin Morgan says he will not try to stop booing of Smith and Warner

Before his team takes on Australia, English captain Eoin Morgan said that he will not stop the fans from booing of Smith and Warner.

Cricket World Cup preview – Australia v England: Will rain spoil the oldest rivalry?

The oldest rivalry in cricket will lock their horns at Lord's, one of the most iconic stadium in the world.

Video and statistical Highlights from Afghanistan v Bangladesh match

As expected, an easy win for Bangladesh against Afghanistan for the second time in the world cup.

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As Antigua decides to revoke Mehul Choksi’s citizenship, ‘liberals’ who questioned PM Modi maintain a deafening silence

Journalists who had attacked Modi after Mehul Choksi’s escape maintains silence after Antigua’s decision to extradite him

When you don’t understand cricket, don’t tweet, else you’d sound like this journalist from The Print

Jyoti Malhotra, a journalist at the Print, which often peddles fake news, wore the hat of a cricketing expert during the India-Afghanistan World Cup match on Saturday.

ABP Majha apologises for debate ‘Savarkar: A hero or villain’ after facing severe backlash and angry advertiser pulling out

ABP Majha had earlier telecasted a controversial debate- "Savarkar: A hero or a villain?" following which it came under intense fire for maligning Veer Savarkar

Doctors explain why Anjana Om Kashyap and Ajit Anjum heckling doctors to report on Encephalitis was insensitive and way off the mark

The reportage of Aaj Tak journalist Anjana Om Kashyap and TV Bharatvarsh journalist Ajit Anjum raised concerns of how bullish and high-handed the media was being with unsuspecting doctors who were only doing their job.

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AAP MLA Manoj Kumar sentenced to three months jail for obstructing election process in 2013

The case was lodged on a complaint regarding hindrance in the election process being created by over 50 protesters, then led by Kumar, at the main gate of an MCD school, during 2013 Delhi assembly elections, which caused problems for the voters.

No Prakash Javadekar, ‘Jai Shree Ram’ is not an ‘Indian cheer’, it’s a manifestation of the Hindu faith. Don’t cheapen it

Unless the remainder of the interview to Times Now which is yet to be released gives a different picture of Javadekarr's answer, he came off as a defensive, confused man who couldn't stand by his or his party's faith.

West Bengal govt to observe death anniversary of Shyama Prasad Mukherjee, Overton Window continues to move ‘right’

West Bengal state government has decided to observe the death anniversary of the legendary Shyama Prasad Mookerjee

How the Khan Market vipers refused to introspect despite push back from the people of India

The Khan Market Gang was weaving a false narrative that they grandly called Idea of India.

No Mr Owaisi, the oppressive practice of Triple Talaq and the traditions of Sabarimala cannot be equated. Here is why

The debate in the Lok Sabha around the Triple talaq Bill also shows how 'Secular' parties always empower the fundamental sections of the Muslim community while ignoring the concerns of the Muslim women.

Leila: Who would question Prayaag Akbar or Netflix?

I expect a political storm over Leila, a six-part TV serial on Netflix, the first season of which went on air last week.

Five reasons for the decline of the Congress party

The Congress party which was on a high in last December after winning three major heartland states has plunged into a crisis again after the 23rd of May results. Suddenly nothing is going right for the Congress at the national level or in key states.

Scholarships for Minorities will fail as education doesn’t cure radicalization, the Modi govt should instead do this

The need for education is as vital for the Gipsy community as it is for the Irular tribals, as important for the children of migrant labourers as it is for the landless rural or the urban poor - regardless of religion.

Yoga is rooted in Hindu spiritual traditions and so is Vande Mataram, disassociating them from Hinduism an insult to our ancestors

The Communist Chief Minister of Kerala pontificated on how none of the Asanas performed on International Yoga Day had anything to do with any religion.

Here are 6 ways in which ‘One Nation One Election’ can help India

One Nation One Election will likely increase electoral participation. The fears about federalism and regional parties are quite unwarranted. If anything, this works in their favour.

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Tendulkar unhappy with MS Dhoni’s lack of intent

Former Indian cricketer Sachin Tendulkar has criticised MS Dhoni and Kedar Jadhav for the lack of intent in their match against Afghanistan

Faf blames IPL again for South Africa’s poor performance in World Cup

This is South Africa's worst performance in World Cups, the last time they knocked out of the tournament in the group stage was in 2003.

World Cup Match Preview – Afghanistan v Bangladesh: Can Afghanistan win their first game of the tournament

Bangladesh would be hoping to beat Afghanistan easily so that they don't have to rely on failures of other teams to reach the semi-final.

Cricket World Cup: Video and statistical highlights from Pakistan v South Africa match

Pakistan won the match by 49 runs and Harris Sohail was adjudged Man of the Match.

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A history of India as it happened: Not as it has been written

The revisionism of India’s history books has gained ground in recent decades. Among many such soldiers of truth is Francois Gautier, a foreign French journalist who loved India so much that he stayed put in this country since 1971.