Insensitive to comment on out-of-shape IPL players: Bharadwaj
Former India all-rounder Vijay Bharadwaj admits that some of the Indian cricketers seen so far in IPL 2020 look out of shape, but the Karnataka man also believes that anybody making an effort to resume normal life in these unprecedented times needs backing rather than criticism.
NCB to summon Sara, Shraddha this week?
Narcotics Control Bureau is expected to send summons to Sara Ali Khan and Shraddha Kapoor shortly. According to Times Now, the two Bollywood actresses are being called in connection to the drugs-related probe related to Sushant Singh Rajput’s death case. Rhea Chakraborty had alleged named Sara in her statement to the NCB. While Shraddha’s connection to the case is that they celebrated the success of ‘Chhichhore’ at Sushant’s Lonavala farmhouse, where drugs were allegedly used.
Hungary PM Orban endorses Trump in November US election
Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban on Monday endorsed Donald Trump in his reelection bid for the US presidency, saying his rival Democrats have forced a "moral imperialism" on the world that illiberal leaders like himself reject.
Grand i10 Nios turbo: Hot hatch with limitations
A three-cylinder petrol engine, 100PS and 172 Nm of output with a 5-speed manual. This combination is extremely lucrative and is the same as the Hyundai Aura. The turbo variant is priced somewhere around Rs 7.70 lakh (ex-showroom), and is expensive over the regular petrol variant by almost Rs 1 - 1.25 lakh (ex-showroom).
Father receiving treatment in Delhi, my Bihar visit will be delayed: Chirag Pawan
"On August 24 I had informed you that father was being admitted to a hospital for a routine health checkup. To ensure that people do not face hassles in getting rations delivered during the corona crisis, he had kept on delaying his routine health checkup therefore he got slightly unhealthy. For the past three weeks, he is being treated at a hospital in Delhi and I hope that he will return soon amidst us after getting treated," the letter, written on Sunday, read.
Umpiring howler affected outcome of DC vs KXIP match
Before the tied game went into Super Over, TV footage showed that square-leg umpire Nitin Menon had called a "run short" when Chris Jordan took a couple of runs off Rabada in the 19th over while playing towards long-on area. But the TV replays showed that Jordan legally completed the first run and the bat was inside the crease.
Football game goes ahead despite 15 players with Covid-19
According to Asian Football Confederation rules, Al Hilal were able to play the match as 14 of their players were available, including two goalkeepers. The Saudi team said on Saturday it had "asked the AFC to postpone" the match in Qatar's Al Janoub stadium after tests showed that ten players had "been infected with Covid-19", adding to five players who had already tested positive.
Nepal banks helping China deceive US sanctions
Some banks and companies in Nepal are allegedly involved in transferring money obtained suspiciously from oversees, an investigation made by the Center for Investigative Journalism (CIJ), Nepal along with the International Consortium of Investigative Journalists (ICIJ) and BuzzFeed has revealed.
Djokovic to face Schwartzman in Italian Open final
Novak Djokovic was made to work hard by Casper Ruud in blustery conditions before the world number one got past the unseeded Norwegian 7-5, 6-3 on Sunday to reach the Italian Open final. He will face Diego Schwartzman in the title match.
86,961 new Covid-19 cases in India, tally reaches 54,87,580; death toll mounts to 87,882
The total coronavirus cases mounted to 54,87,580, while the death toll climbed to 87,882 with the infection claiming 1,130 lives in a span of 24 hours in the country. The Covid-19 case fatality rate due to coronavirus has further declined to 1.6%. There are 10,03,299 active cases in the country as of now, which comprises 18.28% of the total caseload.
Kangana says protesting farmers are 'terrorists'
Taking a dig at the farmers agitating across Punjab against the agri-marketing bills that were passed on Sunday, actor Kangana Ranaut in her tweet in the evening described the protesters as “the same terrorists who indulged in bloodshed even as no citizen lost citizenship due to CAA” as she quoted a tweet by Prime Minster Narendra Modi and also addressed him.