Will contest assembly polls, if the party asks: Congress Kerala chief
KPCC president Mullappally Ramachandran on Tuesday said if the Congress asks him to foray into the electoral arena in the coming assembly polls, he would do so. On reports that he would contest from Kalpetta in Wayanad, the KPCC chief said no such decision had been taken.
India's induction of S-400 missile systems will further strengthen strategic partnership: Russian envoy
India’s impending induction of the advanced S-400 Triumf surface-to-air missile systems will usher in “a new stage in our bilateral strategic partnership”, said Russian ambassador Nikolay Kudashev.
Govt plans foreign investment rule changes that could hit Amazon
India is considering revising its foreign investment rules for e-commerce, three sources and a government spokesman told Reuters, a move that could compel players, including Amazon.com Inc, to restructure their ties with some major sellers.
Varun's family papped outside designer store
Varun Dhawan tying the knot with his long-term girlfriend, Natasha Dalal is the hot topic of the B-Town. Talking about wedding preparation, Varun Dhawan’s brother, Rohit Dhawan, and his wife and kid were today snapped outside celebrity designer Manish Malhotra’s store.
We'll keep our personal views on farm laws aside; repeal not good for future reforms: Members of SC-appointed panel
Under attack from protesting unions for their "pro-government" public stand on three contentious farm laws, members of a panel set up by the Supreme Court to resolve the crisis said on Tuesday they will keep aside their own ideology and views while consulting various stakeholders, even as they indicated a complete repeal won't augur well for much-needed agriculture reforms.
Coach Shastri gets 'emotional', speaking about 'greatest series of all'
Ravi Shastri claims to be anything but an emotional person. "I got emotional. I am not someone who generally has tears in his eyes and even I got emotional," the India head coach, still trying to soak in what his wards had achieved, confessed to a quote-hungry media after his team of mostly greenhorns outfoxed Australia 2-1 in a Test series.
'Young India has done it': Gavaskar terms series win as magical moment
"Young India has done it," said the legendary Sunil Gavaskar, terming the historic 2-1 come-from-behind Test series win over Australia as a "magical moment for Indian cricket". Indian team showed a lot of gumption to retain the coveted Border-Gavaskar Trophy with a historic three-wicket win over Australia in the fourth and final Test here on Tuesday, successfully chasing a 328-run target.
'When the chips are down, you push harder': Team India celebrates historic series win
The 2-1 series win vs Australia was one of the most memorable Test series wins of all time for India, more so as they achieved it after shrugging off the humiliating defeat in the first Test in Adelaide and beat the Aussies in their own backyard despite multiple injuries to silence all their critics.
Sajad Lone's People's Conference quits PAGD
People's Conference chairperson Sajad Lone on Tuesday announced his party's exit from the seven-party conglomerate People's Alliance for Gupkar Declaration (PAGD), saying some constituents of the grouping had fielded proxy candidates in the district development council (DDC) elections.
8 Royals who married their relatives
When it comes to royal families around the world, maintaining the purity of age-old lineage and ensuring the peace inside the family comes at a high price. For eons, royals have been marrying their own cousins and relatives so as to strengthen the relationship within the family and/or to build up a stronger political alliance.
I looked good because everyone contributed: Rahane on captaincy
For someone who led India to one of their greatest ever series wins, Ajinkya Rahane was at his modest best at the end of it all, saying he looked good as a leader because everyone else contributed. Rahane's calm demeanour helped the team move on from the Adelaide disaster and he made sure the game was not discussed going forward.