Employees at a car wiring assembly line inside a factory in Noida, New Delhi. Reuters
MUMBAI: India’s cricket selectors on Sunday named Rishabh Pant as their preferred wicketkeeper for all three formats for next month’s tour of West Indies with the future of long-serving glovesman Mahendra Singh Dhoni still shrouded in mystery. Dhoni, 38, has been the subject of intense speculation on his
Australia and India will be aiming to finish top of the World Cup league phase and so avoid facing hosts England in the semi-finals as they prepare for the final day of round-robin matches.
It was a superb display by the underdog Black Caps, who came into the match on the back of three straight defeats by Pakistan, Australia and England and only qualified for the semi-finals on net run-rate, while India topped the 10-team group stage.
While the rest of the world is struggling to cope with COVID-19, the UAE has not only taken stupendous steps to control the pandemic, but also retained its sporting spirit.
Children are the most affected in the ongoing coronavirus pandemic. They have been forced to postpone all their external activities, particularly group play.
A year has passed since the Modi administration, in a high-handed action, ended the special status Jammu and Kashmir had enjoyed under India’s Constitution.