Ravindra Jadeja ruled out of remaining T20Is against Australia
Indian cricket team suffered a major blow as the in-form player Ravindra Jadeja has been ruled out of the remaining two matches of the three-match T20I series against Australia. Jadeja sustained a concussion after being hit on the left side of his forehead in the final over of the first innings of the first T20I against Australia in Canberra on Friday.
Weight loss: "Ate bread, eggs for breakfast"
A medical surgery gave 36-year-old Sujay Malik the much-needed wake-up call about his unhealthy lifestyle. He was shocked to see the number on the weighing scale and decided to give in everything to get back in shape. Disciplined as he was, the changes started setting in 3 months after, when he dropped 20 kilos! To know more about his inspiring weight loss journey and the workout routine he followed, read below:
'Not scared of ED or anyone': Punjab CM slams opposition for 'playing politics' over farmers' protest
Asserting that he was not scared of the Enforcement Directorate (ED) or anyone else, Punjab Chief Minister Captain Amarinder Singh on Friday slammed all the opposition parties in the state for "playing politics" with the lives of the farmers to further their "own interests".
Hyderabad civic polls: TRS still No.1 but loses huge ground; BJP makes big gains
The ruling Telangana Rashtra Samithi (TRS) suffered a huge blow in the Greater Hyderabad Municipal Corporation (GHMC) polls as it failed to win a clear majority. The TRS emerged as the single largest party but it is the BJP which is celebrating as it has made huge inroads in the fiercely contested civic body polls.
Physio not coming out after Jadeja getting hit is breach of protocol, feels Manjrekar
Indian physio Nitin Patel's absence on the field of play just after Ravindra Jadeja got hit on the head by a Mitchell Starc bouncer in the final over of the innings is a "breach" of concussion protocol, feels former India batsman-turned-commentator Sanjay Manjrekar.
Editors Guild tells media houses not to label protesting farmers 'Khalistanis', 'anti-nationals'
The Editors Guild of India (EGI) on Friday expressed concerns over the news coverage of the farmers' protests in Delhi, saying certain sections of the media were delegitimising the stir by labelling them "Khalistanis" and "anti-nationals" without any evidence.
COVID positive Neetu is flying back to Mumbai
It was mayhem on the sets of 'Jug Jugg Jeeyo' in Chandigarh, being directed by Raj Mehta and produced by Karan Johar-ever since Neetu Kapoor and director Raj Mehta tested positive for COVID. Reportedly, Anil Kapoor had also been infected but ETimes brought you the first official confirmation that Kapoor is safe. We had called Boney Kapoor to ask and he had said, "Anil has tested negative."
Pooja Bedi: Perceiving things positively makes a difference
Breaking down the ever-confusing, complicated dynamics of any relationship is a tough job. Especially, when we have to apply them to our own relationships. But, an insightful session with actress and activist Pooja Bedi, takes us through a beautiful elucidation of words that clarify what successful relationships, human conflicts and positivity actually are.
Bengal govt's new outreach programme camps see robust footfall
Over 14 lakh people have visited 758 camps set up by the West Bengal government for its new outreach programme 'Duare Sarkar', till Friday, according to official data. At least 14,09,704 people made their way to the camps in 23 districts in the last four days, it said.
Not just pent up demand that is reviving economy: Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman
Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman on Friday said the economy reflating at a rate faster than previously expected is not just due to pent up demand but also because of additional demand coming in, and the recovery will sustain. Without delving into the budget she will present in two months, she said the government and the Reserve Bank are coordinating for a quicker economic recovery.