The turnout for the Bangladesh game, unprecedented for national team matches in the country, left everyone impressed with India head coach and Croatia's 1998 World Cup bronze medallist Igor Stimac saying that it will remain in his memory forever
As per the roadmap, the Indian Super League will replace the I-League as the top-tier competition in the country and the ISL table-toppers -- not the champions -- will get a ticket for the AFC Champions League playoffs
With the 2019 Nobel Prize in Economics going to a trio of economists, Abhijit Banerjee, Esther Duflo and Michael Kremer, who have spent their life analysing global poverty, hunger and malnutrition, the problem of a billion hungry people—one-third being Indians—the power of hope is real.
India registered their second successive draw, Bangladesh notched their first point but the result won't help either team for 2022 FIFA World Cup qualification. Catch highlights of India vs Bangladesh here
India vs Bangladesh: India host Bangladesh as Blue Tigers look for their first win in their FIFA 2022 World Cup Qualifying campaign. Here's everything you need to know about the match - date, time, venue, squads, etc
Having sat out of their historic goalless draw against Qatar, skipper Sunil Chhetri will return to take charge of the team against Bangladesh as India look to revive their FIFA World Cup 2022 qualifying campaign
With Indian Super League (ISL) set to begin on October 20 followed by the I-League, most of the players will be out to represent their respective franchises and India head coach Igor Stimac is worried that he won't get enough players for the national camp
Under his watch, now tottering Air India became the sixth most profitable airline in the world and earned profits of Rs. one crore a day. Deveshwar also helmed the ITC from a tobacco major to an FMCG giant, spiralling its revenues tenfold to Rs 50,000 crore
Ostentatious celebration of Durga Puja in Calcutta is traced back to the early 1700s when Bengal’s zamindars outdid each other in displaying their influence, power and wealth by spending large sums of money in festivities.
Indeed when the former Lok Sabha speaker, Somnath Chatterjee, was expelled from the CPI(M) in 2008, it was almost unthinkable considering the position the veteran politician enjoyed in his party which he joined in 1968.