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India vs Zimbabwe: India won by 10 wickets in the second match

India vs Zimbabwe: India won by 10 wickets in the second match

Indian team yesterday inflicted a much needed victory in the second match of the tri-series against Zimbabwe. India defeated Zimbabwe by 10 wickets, chasing down the 100-run target in just 13.1 overs. Also, this was India’s first 10-wicket win in a T-20 international. Zimbabwe got the coin-spin in their favour, and chose to bat first.

US returns stolen Indian artefacts worth $150 million

The US goverment handed over 12 artifacts that were stolen from India to PM Modi. One of the returned artefacts dates back to 2,000 years. PM Modi expressed his gratitude to the US goverment for showing sensitivity towards Indian heritage. The recovered objects are collectively valued at around $150 million. MEA spokesperson Vikas Swarup said

SUVs rev up at Auto Expo despite pollution crackdown

India’s flagship auto show opened its doors in Greater Noida, near Delhi on Wednesday, with a new batch of diesel-guzzling SUVs on proud display despite industry uncertainty over a pollution crackdown targeting motorists in the capital. More than 80 vehicle launches were expected at the Auto Expo 2016, the biggest edition in the show’s 30-year-history,

Uttarakhand Govt. Offer Rs 16 lakh To Priests To Leave Unsafe Kedarnath

By offering a whopping relief package amounting to almost Rs 18 crore to around 110 families of purohits (priests) living in Kedarnath, the Uttarakhand government is ensuring that these priests move out of the shrine town, and into “ecologically-safer” areas. On Thursday, chief secretary Rakesh Sharma instructed the disaster management unit and Rudraprayag DM to

No Exchange Of Sweets At The Border This Independence Day At Wagah-Attari

In a symbolic message to Pakistan in the wake of heightened tensions and increased exchange of fire along the International Border and Line of Control, south of Pir Panjal, the Border Security Force (BSF) has decided neither to send nor accept sweets from Pakistan Rangers this Independence Day. “BSF has decided neither to accept nor