Daily Archives: March 3, 2019

Egypt’s top cleric calls polygamy ‘injustice,’ draws debate

Pic: Farhan and Shibani show off their rings

Hope win in final ODI helps in changing momentum: Knight

England will look to take the confidence they gained from their win in the final ODI into the three-match T20 series against India starting on Monday, skipper Heather Knight said.

Trump delivers a slashing speech that rouses the right

His remarks capped a week that saw his nuclear summit with North Korea’s leader collapse without an agreement, his former lawyer deliver damaging congressional testimony about his character and business practices and Congress take action to nullify his emergency declaration to secure money for the border wall that lawmakers have denied him

If there is no tax exemption, BCCI will have to carry burden for global events

The Indian cricket board has been asked by the ICC to bear a tax liability to the tune of $21 million (Rs 150 crore) for conducting future global events like the 2021 World T20 and 2023 ODI World Cup.

I-League: East Bengal beat Minerva 1-0 to remain in title hunt

East Bengal on Sunday beat Minerva Punjab FC by a solitary goal in their penultimate round match to remain in the title hunt and take the battle for I-League crown down the wire.

Sri Lanka Cricket secures $11.5 mn withheld by ICC

The ICC froze the funds due to Sri Lanka after the country’s government last year appointed an unelected official to run the sport following a bitter dispute between rival candidates.

Ranbir to star in Rakesh Sharma biopic?

The upcoming biopic based on the life of First Indian man in space, Rakesh Sharma, has been in the news ever since the project was announced.

Kriti Sanon opens up about Pankaj Tripathi

Recently, during an interaction with Kriti, the actress revealed that she always enjoys working with Pankaj Tripathi.

Malaysia open to proposals to revive MH370 hunt

Malaysia is open to restarting the hunt for Flight MH370 if firms come forward with credible leads and concrete proposals, the transport minister said Sunday, five years on from the plane’s disappearance. The Malaysia Airlines jet vanished in March 2014 with 239 people — mostly from China — on board, en route from Kuala Lumpur to Beijing.