Today's Paper - 08/12/2019+ Print Archive

Goodbye, Bob Willis: Death isn’t going to be the end of Willis who inspired a generation of fast bowlers

Death is not going to be the end of Willis who inspired a generation of English fast bowlers

Bob Willis, Bob Dylan, Wilhelm Wagner, Rick McCosker, Sunil Gavaskar, West Indies Test, Old Trafford Test, Javed Miandad, The Miracle of Headingley News

Inside track: From how Naresh Gujaral did not get postive respose to Sanjay Raut’s political journey

Thanks to the BJP’s hubris, there was no one in the party, except possibly Nitin Gadkari, who could have acted as an intermediary when the Shiv Sena was parting company.

Inside track, Naresh Gujaral, Sanjay Raut, Nitin Gadkari, L K Advani, Thackeray family, Shiv Sena, Pramod Mahajan, Jairam Ramesh, Ajit Pawar News

India’s economy being run without the aid of economists, says P Chidambaram

The protagonist may be elected as the chief minister of a state and may deliver an impressive account of governing the state.

india economy, Narendra Modi, Nirmala Sitharaman, Ministry of Finance, india GDP growth, GST, MGNREGA, Arvind Subramanian News

Virat Kohli is very powerful; when he speaks up, big guys must listen: Jamaican sprinter Yohan Blake

Jamaican sprinter Yohan Blake talks about his tough childhood and equation with Usain Bolt, backs better pay for women athletes, admits pressures of representing a country, talks about his respect for Indian cricketers, and recounts the time he spent unde

Jamaican sprinter, Yohan Blake, Virat Kohli, Olympics, Usain bolt, Tokyo Olympics, 2011 World Athletics Championships, IAAF News

No change in sugarcane SAP in Uttar Pradesh

The SAP for the common variety remains at Rs 315 a quintal, which accounts for almost half of the total sugarcane produce.

sugarcane industry in Uttar Pradesh, Yogi Adityanath government, state advised price of sugarcane, sugarcane produce News

Women on the go

Indian business landscape is replete with instances of women entrepreneurs who have mastered their trade. Indrani Bose profiles personalities who have led their ventures to great success, while also making a significant impact on society

Mrinalika M Bhanj Deo, Maithili Appalwar, Avana, Silpakarman, Akshya Shree, Rashi Narang, Heads Up For Tails, Rashi Narang, Heads Up For Tails News

Twice-told tale: Oft-repeated stories of women breaking glass ceiling

If you have been following cinema, it would be apparent that this is the age of strong female casts.

Twice-told tale, Captain Marvel, superhero movies, Wonder Woman, Julian Guthrie, Alpha Girls, The Devil Wears Prada, Magdalena Yesil, News

Model art: Ancient temples of Odisha come alive in crafted stone miniatures

What many must be unaware is that Odisha stands a step above the rest of its eastern peers in its celebration of another Rath Yatra of a special kind.

Model art, Ancient temples of Odisha, Rath Yatra, Lord Jagannath, Odisha, Jagannath temples of Puri, lingaraj, Bhubaneswar News

Bombay rose: A tribute to Priyanka Chopra at the Marrakesh International Film Festival

The Marrakech film festival, which was held from November 29 to December 7, had Gitanjali Rao’s hand-painted animated film Bombay Rose vying for the festival's top prize, the Golden Star.

Bombay rose, Priyanka Chopra, Moroccans, Marrakech International Film Festival, Marrakech International Film Festival, Sanjay Leela Bhansali, Bajirao Mastani News

Champagnes are really well-made wines but often get relegated only as celebration pops

As all people wish to do is flaunt social status, now when it happens with a garment or an accessory, it is still bearable, but it truly irks me when it happens to an alimentary product.

Champagnes, Gucci, Dom Perignon, Nicholas Lane, F&B, Dom, Chardonnay white wine, red wine, world of champagnes News
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