'They were all out for 36, we got 44': Sanjay Jha asks Cong to seek inspiration from India's performance in Australia
Former Congress leader Sanjay Jha on Tuesday drew parallels between Indian cricket team's comeback in Australia and the state of the Grand Old Party in the national politics. In a tweet, Jha suggested that the Congress party — which could manage to win only 44 seats in the 2014 Lok Sabha polls — should take a leaf out of the book the Indian cricket team's performance in Australia.
SBI, ICICI Bank, HDFC Bank remain systemically important banks: RBI
The Reserve Bank of India (RBI) on Tuesday said state-owned SBI, along with private sector lenders ICICI Bank and HDFC Bank continue to be domestic systemically important banks (D-SIBs) or institutions which are 'too big to fail'.
Sai Praneeth tests positive for Covid-19, Srikanth may also pull out
The novel coronavirus came back to haunt the Indian badminton team again. After the high drama last week, it is reliably learnt that men’s singles shuttler B Sai Praneeth tested positive for Covid-19. Sai is scheduled to play Daren Liew of Malaysia in the first round of the Thailand Open in Bangkok on Wednesday.
Virat, Hardik, Ishant return to India squad for first two England Tests
The Indian selectors led by Chetan Sharma on Tuesday named the squad for the first two Tests against England. Virat Kohli, Hardik Pandya, and Ishant Sharma have made their way back into the squad. Kohli was set to return after missing the three Tests against Australia as he had taken paternity leave.
'India must remain integral part of global economy'
India must remain an integral part of the global economy if it has to grow at 9-10 per cent over the next three decades, Niti Aayog CEO Amitabh Kant said on Tuesday. Speaking at the 15th India Digital Summit, Kant said India needs to become a major global exporting nation, without that it will not be possible to become richer and create wealth for its people over the next three decades.
Know Your Team India Heroes: 'A few good men and a story of a lifetime'
An amalgamation of fascinating life stories that scripted one of the most memorable moments in the history of Indian cricket. The men who humbled Australia in their own backyard, defying odds and naysayers, are not the ones staring from the billboards in manic metro cities but shy, quiet and unassuming characters from the suburbs and the hinterlands.
'Kohli backed Siraj even when he was not doing too well at RCB'
Virat Kohli missed three of the four-Test matches Down Under due to paternity leave but he will be one of the most satisfied guys as one of his wards used sheer pace to beat the Australians at their own game. Kohli invested in Mohammed Siraj at the Royal Challengers Bangalore and it paid rich dividends for Team India.