Petrol pump workers express disappointment at people mocking Team India’s orange jersey likening it to pump attendant uniform
Petrol pump workers express great pride that Team India's Away jersey has colours similar to their uniform colour scheme.
An easy win for India put them on the second position of the World Cup's points table.
On the eve of India-Pakistan clash, Virat Kohli looked pretty relaxed and asked the fans to enjoy the match.
It has been 20 years since the Cricket World Cup was last held in England, and it was a tournament most Indians would like to forget.
The first ever Cricket World Cup was played in 1975, and the first match of the tournament was between India and England.
2019 World Cup preview: India – One of the favourites but the much debated “Number 4” remains a concern
India has the best batting lineup but the middle order remains a concern. Could that hurt in the tournament?
Cricketing greats VVS Laxman and Harbhajan Singh express shock at AAP allegations, extend support to Gautam Gambhir
The stalwarts of Indian cricket have testified to Gambhir's integrity and have asserted that he is not capable of saying the things mentioned in the pamphlet.
Mohammed Shami's world cup prospect is in jeopardy as charge sheet filed by Kolkata accuses him of dowry and sexual harassment
Virat Kohli and his men sported camouflage military caps as a mark of respect for the fallen soldiers in the Pulwama attack
Dhoni's remarkable match-winning innings in an important match under extreme pressure only shows that he has still got what it takes
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Virologist who spent weeks documenting his ‘battle’ against Coronavirus from hospital on NBC News finds out he was not infected
On Tuesday, Fair revealed that he was never diagnosed with the Chinese virus and had tested negative for it multiple times.
‘Drone boy’ Prathap NM makes a statement after OpIndia fact-check: Here is why his explanation makes little sense
'Drone boy' Prathap NM says he won't show his drones due to intellectual property issues, but will show certificates from unregistered events
The Congress party has been trying to paint the Yogi Government as 'anti-Brahmin'.
Stand-up comedian apologises for insulting memorial to Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj in Arabian sea after MNS workers vandalised studio
The stand-up 'comedian' Agrima Joshua had made scornfully derisive remarks in her video against the Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj memorial that is going to be erected in the Arabian Sea
Anti-Hindu Delhi Riots: Two employees of Tahir Hussain turn witness, testimony included in chargesheet
Girish Pal and Rahul Kasana - the two employees of the accused Tahir Hussain said in their statements to the police that they were present in the office of Hussain in Khajuri Khas area on February 24.
The curious case of ‘Drone Boy’ who has made 600 drones using broken mixer grinders and televisions. A fact-check
Raju Das -
While 'drone boy' Prathap NM has claimed to have made 600 drones using e-waste, not a single photo or video of them exist
Sony Liv criticised for ‘spine chilling’ promotional of its thriller Undekhi after people receive calls from a man whose life is ‘under threat’
Sony Liv was criticised for the promotional of its web series Undekhi that released on Friday.
Netizens ask Netflix to cancel comedian Kenny Sebastian’s special show after he hurls obscene abuses
Social media users are demanding that Netflix reconsiders special show of Indian comic Kenny Sebastian after he was allegedly found hurling obscene abuses to people on his Instagram page.
The Wire accused Yogi Adityanath of being ‘casteist’ for not killing Vikas Dubey hours before the encounter of the gangster
Notorious gangster, Vikas Dubey, who was arrested from Ujjain, Madhya Pradesh was killed in an encounter in the wee hours of the morning on Friday
After obscene comments, clip of comedian Kenneth Sebastian calling Sanskrit ‘most useless language ever’ goes viral. Watch video
In the video titled "Journey to the centre of my brain", Sebastian is seen thanking God because 'all the people who spoke Sanskrit are dead'.