Excelsior Correspondent JAMMU, May 19: Chairman, SOS International Rajiv Chuni today asked the Displaced Persons (DPs) from Pak occupied Kashmir to come out of the political slavery of the parties and get united for their own cause.
Can we expect the South African Grand Prix to return to the calendar anytime soon?This has been the question in the wondrous winters, this also appears a subject of one’s intrigue in hot and humid June.Never mind the pun.
Close on the heels of Sivakarthikeyan graduating as hero from small screen, came Priya Bhavani Shankar from the television industry.Having been part of a few sitoms, she is today a popular heroine with half-a-dozen films in her kitty.
The only thing that gets some couples more heated than a tense, emotionally loaded argument? The makeup sex that comes after. While your personal post-fight sexual history might be all the proof you need, research does show that romantic
Chennai, May 12:Kamalakannan of Cue Zone defeated Sriram of TNBSA by three frames to one in the SVS Club Open Snooker Championship 2019 here Sunday.Sriram started off well winning the first frame 64-32 before Kamalakannan fought back to win a close
VIEQUES, Puerto Rico ― It looks like something out a brochure advertising what renewable energy could offer a remote, storm-ravaged island. Electrical lines still hang perilously from poles across the street, but inside the mint-green, one-story
Anirban Lahiri missed a couple of easy putts on the green at the ongoing Byron Nelson PGA tournament in Dallas to finish one-under 70 in the first round. Meanwhile, India’s Gaganjeet Bhullar made four birdies in the last eight holes to comfortably
India’s ace golfer Anirban Lahiri started the Byron Nelson PGA Tour on a negative note as he missed a bunch of easy puts, some of which were from inside 10 feet, to finish the first round one-under 70, in Dallas. His low point of the round was on
Anirban Lahiri was two-under after 17 but a bogey on ninth, his closing hole, saw him fall to one-under and Tied-81st, which will once again put him under pressure in the second round to make the cut.
By Alexander Winning and Onke Ngcuka PRETORIA (Reuters) - Results from nearly two-thirds of voting districts in South Africa's election put the African National Congress on course to retain power but heading for its worst performance in a national
[South Africa], May 8 (ANI): Millions of voters in South Africa are heading to polling booths on Wednesday to cast their ballot in the national and provincial elections. Incumbent president Cyril Ramaphosa, who assumed power last year, has promised
Three key moves that may help Liverpool get past Barca at Anfield Liverpool is obliged to do everything to secure a huge victory in the second leg of the Champions League semifinal on Wednesday, as the Reds