I will neither resign, nor go on leave: Pakistan PM Nawaz Sharif
Embattled Pakistan Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif...
China reacts guardedly to Narendra Modi's expansionist remark
China today reacted guardedly to Narendra Modi's remarks of "expansionist"...
Digvijay Singh faces Congress backlash over Rahul Gandhi remarks
'Thank God, Narendra Modi spared KG kids from diktat'
English Vinglish box office collections threaten Aamir Khan's record
Sep 02, 2014
ABG Shipyards’ R1,300-crore loan in limbo as norms not met
Surat-based ABG Shipyard’s loan of R1,300 crore is in a limbo as bankers have put additional...
Trying situation for ‘king of good times’
United Bank slaps wilful defaulter tag on Mallya, three KFA directors
Stocks hit 52-week high as Sensex reach historic peak
Nifty hits historic 8,000 mark
Sep 02, 2014
Cipla launches copy of GSK’s asthma drug in Germany, Sweden
Cipla has launched an anti-asthma inhaler in Germany...
Micromax overtakes Apple as tablet market grows 9%
Using go-to-market strategy for traction as solutions provider
Gammon India seeks nod from shareholders to sell stakes in foreign arms
Brigade, GIC of S’pore to invest R1,500 crore in residential realty
Sep 02, 2014
What’s Europe’s best hope for avoiding a second euro crisis?
The theatrical resignation threat by Manuel Valls, the French prime minister, combined...
Investment for the future
AP plans two Metro projects, names Sreedharan as adviser
Factory activity expands at slower clip in August
Growth in 8 core sectors slows to 2.7% in July
Sep 01, 2014
BlackBerry partners Idea for data offer
Canadian handset maker BlackBerry today said it has partnered telecom services firm Idea...
Snapdeal launches media streaming dongle for Rs 1,999
Google may bring Android One devices to India this month
India's tablet market grows 9% in Q2; Samsung tops tally: IDC
India 4th most affected by mobile malwares: F-Secure
Sep 01, 2014
China's final HSBC PMI hits 3-month low in August
China's factory sector grew at its slackest pace in three months as growth in output and new orders ...
Rona Fairhead set to be first chairwoman of BBC Trust
IMF executive board backs Christine Lagarde over corruption probe
Emerging markets to push smartphone sales up 23.8% to 1.25 billion
Luxury river cruise sails up to Varanasi from Patna
Sep 01, 2014
Editorial: Goodbye, MSN Messenger
One of the last remaining PC-based instant messaging services calls it a day
Column: Good governance 101
Editorial: Burning coals
Editorial: Too early to exult
Column: Making PM Jan Dhan Yojana a game-changer
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The Indian Express Group
Selectors believe Yuvraj Singh has what it takes to be at his best again
Wednesday 12 Feb '14
Amidst a moral and legal storm, a team had to be picked to represent India, to drag the cricket lover to the back page again.
Kambli made poor choices... but Vinod still has some goodwill left
Friday 06 Dec '13
Vinod Kambli wanted to live life kingsize, as cigarette ads used to say, writes Harsha Bhogle.
Post-Tendulkar, the future looks as bright as it was at turn of century
Friday 22 Nov '13
I thought of it as I started writing this article in an atmosphere of post-Tendulkar gloom.
Dear Sachin Tendulkar, we had fun!
Thursday 14 Nov '13
An open letter to Sachin Tendulkar from Harsha Bhogle as the ace cricketer plays his final innings.
Sachin Tendulkar's mastery in the late '90s gave others time to find their feet
Friday 08 Nov '13
It was also a phase before Dravid, Ganguly and Laxman established themselves as world class batsmen.
IPL means India vs Australia is more friendly fire: Harsha Bhogle
Saturday 12 Oct '13
Is the IPL almost preparing overseas players to beat the home country?
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Cricket can go football's way, clubs will get stronger than country
Friday 04 Oct '13
T20 has begun to question and refine theories on how it should be played, says Harsha Bhogle.
If India wanted a home series for commercial reasons, it shouldn't come at cost of another
Friday 06 Sep '13
A farewell before the fans is not wrong. It is, in fact quite a nice thing to do.
In The Ashes, the most intriguing battle will be fought in the mind: Harsha Bhogle
Friday 05 Jul '13
I will be very interested in seeing whether…well…England can do an Australia, writes Harsha.
Virender Sehwag: An open ending, says Harsha Bhogle
Friday 08 Mar '13
Sehwag kept you on the edge of your seat, he made you look forward to the next moment.
Secret to Steyn's rhythm: A smooth & repeatable action
Friday 08 Feb '13
There must be a reason why South Africa are knocking teams over for scores normally seen in the first round of a local inter-school tournament.
Harsha Bhogle: You were a great habit, Sachin Tendulkar
Friday 28 Dec '12
It couldn’t be easy for you since cricket has been your life, your solitary love outside of your family.
If Jacques Kallis can give SA two more years, they will rule for long: Harsha Bhogle
Friday 07 Dec '12
England and New Zealand, hardly the best travellers traditionally, overpowered what were once fairly strong garrisons.
Friday 27 Jul '12
Not since the Aussies has a No.1 truly made winning a habit, says Harsha Bhogle.
Suresh bhai and the magic of radio
Friday 20 Jul '12
He was lonely, ever since his wife and the strength of his life Meera, had passed away a few years ago.
Square pegs in all-round hole
Friday 13 Jul '12
Thanks to injury and poor form, a solution for India’s recurring No.7 problem has remained elusive
Blaming India is the lazy way out: Harsha Bhogle
Friday 29 Jun '12
Interesting thing about Tony Greig’s lecture was not that he took off on India but that it took so long coming.
Closeted for long, cricket needs to open its doors to the rest of the world: Harsha Bhogle
Friday 08 Jun '12
I wonder if cricket is a bit incestuous sometimes, a little too suspicious, a little too insecure, of those that inhabit other worlds.
Punish franchises too if they’ve violated IPL rules: Bhogle
Friday 18 May '12
Cricket needs to be careful of those that write film style dialogues and those that over-dramatise it.
The switch hit is all drama, nothing legal or fair about it: Bhogle
Friday 11 May '12
I am overjoyed that the ICC is going to review the switch hit.
End of cycle for IPL’s own Barcelona-the Super Kings?
Friday 04 May '12
Jonathan Wilson’s very academic dissection, in the Guardian this week, of Barcelona and Pep Guardiola’s decline is worthy of much analysis
Test cricket cannot live off T20 and yet despise it: Bhogle
Friday 13 Apr '12
Clearly India has to play the role of the statesman in nurturing product quality but it is just as true in the corporate world that market leaders place great emphasis on profitability.
A level-playing field is necessary to retain IPL’s strongest assets: Bhogle
Friday 06 Apr '12
Eventually, though, the IPL will have to survive and blossom as a cricket tournament.
For India to excel in Tests, bowling will have to be a priority: Bhogle
Friday 17 Feb '12
Dhoni is far more comfortable manipulating his bowlers in ODI than in Tests, says Bhogle.
Organisations that rely on grants become drones, not bees: Bhogle
Friday 27 Jan '12
When I suggested a 12-team format, many asked what would have happen to talented cricketers from, say, Kerala.
PM Narendra Modi govt gives environment clearance to Adani Ports for Mundra SEZ
One-third poor global population in India: UN
BRICS bank to get going in 2 yrs, India to head for 6 yrs
BMW to recall 1.6 mln cars worldwide for air bag concerns
Blackmoney: Over Rs 1 lakh cr illegal income detected
Land Act to lose its bite, to give industry back its stride
Air India’s flight plan: Cut routes to prune losses
E-Tail: 7-fold jump in 7 years
BRICS bank plan snag blows over, China to get HQ, India presidency
Road min for air bags, disc brakes in safety drive
Comparison: Samsung Galaxy S5 vs LG G3
Home loan rates up to Rs 50 lakh to dip as RBI eases bank fund-raising norms
Has PM Narendra Modi been able to effectively wield influence in BRICS as per India's potential?
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