‘Sachin closed his eyes facing Shoaib bouncers’

“When we started bowling (in the 2006 Karachi Test), Shoaib bowled at express pace in that match. I was standing at square leg near the umpire and I myself saw that Tendulkar closed his eyes while facing one or two bouncers bowled by Shoaib,” said Mohammad Asif.

Covid-19: After May 31, states to have own lockdown rules

After the end of Lockdown 4.0 on May 31, the Centre may leave it to the states and Union territories to decide on future restrictions, to be imposed in their respective jurisdictions, outside a countrywide ‘negative‘ list that may continue to bar international flights and reopening of schools and colleges.

After May 31, states to have own lockdown rules

After the end of Lockdown 4.0 on May 31, the Centre may leave it to the states and Union territories to decide on future restrictions, to be imposed in their respective jurisdictions, outside a countrywide ‘negative‘ list that may continue to bar international flights and reopening of schools and colleges.

Tigress gives birth to triplets in Sariska

Six-year-old tigress ST-12 has given birth to triplets one more time in Sariska Tiger Reserve (STR), making her the mother of six cubs born in different litters in the last two years. This is a record for any tigress to have six surviving cubs in STR.

US company begins vaccine trial on humans

A US biotechnology company began injecting a coronavirus vaccine candidate into people in Australia on Tuesday with hopes of releasing a proven vaccine this year. Novavax will inject 131 volunteers in the first phase of the trial testing the safety of the vaccine and looking for signs of its effectiveness. The results of the trials are expected to be known in July.

US company begins vaccine trial on humans

A US biotechnology company began injecting a coronavirus vaccine candidate into people in Australia on Tuesday with hopes of releasing a proven vaccine this year. Novavax will inject 131 volunteers in the first phase of the trial testing the safety of the vaccine and looking for signs of its effectiveness. The results of the trials are expected to be known in July.

India not to budge in border confrontations with China

India will remain firm on the ground in the ongoing troop confrontations in eastern Ladakh where it said China has violated the unresolved boundary and obstructed Indian patrols even as New Delhi remains committed to a peaceful and diplomatic resolution. India will soon resume border infrastructure construction activities derailed by the coronavirus pandemic.

India not to budge in border confrontations with China

India will remain firm on the ground in the ongoing troop confrontations in eastern Ladakh where it said China has violated the unresolved boundary and obstructed Indian patrols even as New Delhi remains committed to a peaceful and diplomatic resolution. India will soon resume border infrastructure construction activities derailed by the coronavirus pandemic.

India’s LAC infra upgrade unnerves China

China has been unnerved by India’s slow but steady improvement in border infrastructure for faster mobility of its troops and weapon systems in forward areas over the last few years. One of the triggers for the ongoing troop confrontations in eastern Ladakh is India’s completion of the 255-km Darbuk-Shyok-Daulat Beg Oldie road last year.

India’s LAC infra upgrade unnerves China

China has been unnerved by India’s slow but steady improvement in border infrastructure for faster mobility of its troops and weapon systems in forward areas over the last few years. One of the triggers for the ongoing troop confrontations in eastern Ladakh is India’s completion of the 255-km Darbuk-Shyok-Daulat Beg Oldie road last year.