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It is for India and China to resolve eastern Ladakh dispute bilaterally: Australia

New Delhi: As Indian and Chinese troops remained engaged in a tense standoff in eastern Ladakh, Australia on Monday said it was for India and China to resolve the row bilaterally and there was no role for any other country. At the same time, Australian High Commissioner Barry O’Farrell said his government is concerned over […]

Donald Trump postpones G7 summit, wants India to be included

Washington: US President Donald Trump has announced he was postponing the G7 leaders’ summit, adding it was “outdated” and that he would like to invite more countries to the meeting, including India. “I’m postponing it because I don’t feel that as a G7 it properly represents what’s going on in the world. It is a […]

Cricket Australia Announces Full International Summer Schedule Including India Series

Melbourne: Cricket Australia on Thursday announced their fixtures for the summer of 2020-21. The elaborate schedule, including fixtures for men and women, consists of the much-anticipated Border-Gavaskar series between India and Australia. Kevin Roberts, Cricket Australia CEO, however, has warned that the schedule will be subject to change and remains flexible depending on the constantly […]

ICC still go ahead with T20 World Cup in Oct-Nov? Players not so confident

New Delhi: The International Cricket Council (ICC) might be keeping its fingers crossed when it comes to answering queries on the fate of the T20 World Cup slated to be held in Australia in October-November (due to the coronavirus outbreak), but cricketers dont seem that confident when it comes to the mega event going ahead […]

ICC Rankings: Australia dethrones India to become No.1 Test Team

Dubai: Australia has moved to the top of the Test and T20I rankings for men while England continues to lead the mens ODI rankings after the annual update carried out on Friday, which eliminates results from 2016-17. In the latest update, as per an ICC release, that rates all matches played since May 2019 at […]

Chittaranjan Joshi
Odisha Doctor On Frontline Of Coronavirus War In Australia

Bhubaneswar: With Coronavirus emerging as a threat of unprecedented proportions, healthcare workers have become the soldiers on the frontline of the war against this pandemic. Doctors like Chittaranjan Joshi from Odisha are the vanguard of the mankind against Coronavirus. At a time when Coronavirus has spread to more than 150 countries, Dr. Joshi, who hails […]

India Lose Opening Test By 10 Wickets, New Zealand Go 1-0 Ahead

Wellington: New Zealand beat India by 10 wickets in the opening Test, finishing the game with one full day and a half to spare for a 1-0 lead in the two-match series here on Monday. New Zealand knocked off the required nine runs in 1.4 overs. Resuming on overnight 144 for four in their second […]

ICC U-19 World Cup: India Beat New Zealand By 44 Runs Via DLS Method

Bloemfontein: India beat New Zealand by 44 runs in a rain-hit final group A League encounter to set-up a quarter-final clash with Australia in the ICC U-19 World Cup here on Friday. Batting first, India scored 115 for no loss in 23 overs as rai played spoilsport. Yashasvi Jaiswal (57 no) and Divyansh Saxena (52 […]

Mumbai ODI: Australia Thrash India By 10 Wickets

Mumbai: Australia openers David Warner and Aaron Finch’s record opening stand flattened the Indian attack on Tuesday as the visitors won the first ODI at the Wankhede Stadium in Mumbai by 10 wickets. Both batsmen scored centuries as Australia chased down a target of 256 without losing a wicket. This is only the second time […]

Oldest Solid Material On Earth Discovered Inside Meteorite

Washington: Scientists have discovered the oldest solid material ever found on the Earth, in the form of stardust trapped inside a meteorite that crashed into Australia 50 years ago, and predates the formation of our solar system. This stardust provides evidence for a ‘baby boom’ of new stars that formed 7 billion years ago, contrary […]

Australia May List Koalas As 'Endangered' After Population Suffers 'Extraordinary Hit' In Bushfire

Melbourne: The Australian government on Monday said it could declare Koalas as an “endangered” species after their population suffered “extraordinary hit” in the bushfire crisis, which destroyed 30 per cent of their habitat across the country. Since September last year, the raging Australian bushfires, one of the worst in its history, has killed at least […]

Catastrophic Bushfire Conditions In Australia To Persist For Months

Canberra: Weather officials on Monday warned that the catastrophic bushfire conditions in South Australia (SA) could persist for months, leading to widespread destruction. According to a long-range prediction released by the Bureau of Meteorology (BOM), much of SA is expected to endure above-average heat and below-average rainfall for months, reports Xinhua news agency. “Daytime temperatures […]

Australia Bushfire Crisis: PM Morrison Sets Up National Bushfire Recovery Agency, Toll Climbs To 24

Melbourne: Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison on Sunday established a National Bushfire Recovery Agency to co-ordinate recovery efforts ranging from rebuilding infrastructure to providing mental health support even as authorities struggled to tackle the raging bushfire crisis which has so far claimed the lives of 24 people. The agency, headed by former federal police chief […]

Seven Dead, Over 200 Homes Destroyed In Australia Fires

Canberra: At least seven people died in the devastating bushfires that engulfed the Australian state of New South Wales since Monday, police said on Wednesday. The latest fires, which raced towards the coast this week, have also destroyed more than 200 homes, BBC reported. With conditions easing slightly, a major road that was closed in […]

2 More Confirmed Dead, Several Missing In Aus Bushfires

Sydney: Two more people were confirmed dead and several more remain missing in Australia on Tuesday as the result of severe bushfires in the country’s southeast. “It’s been confirmed today that there are two deceased persons in Cobargo and a third person remains missing with grave concerns for their safety,” New South Wales (NSW) Premier […]

Tokyo Olympics 2020: India Clubbed With Great Britain In Women's Hockey

New Delhi: The Indian women’s team has been placed in Pool A along with defending champion Great Britain and world number one Netherlands for next year’s Tokyo Olympic Games. Germany, Ireland and South Africa are the other teams in the pool. Ranked ninth in the world, the Indian women’s team had qualified for the Olympics […]

No matter what, Smith will be a 'cheat' forever: Harmison

Manchester: Even though Steve Smith has been in immaculate form in the ongoing Ashes and has single-handedly allowed Australia to retain the Urn, former England pacer Steve Harmison believes the Australian batter will always be remembered as a “cheat”. Smith was last year handed a one-year suspension by Cricket for his involvement in the Sandpaper […]

Australia retain the Ashes, beat England by 185 runs

Manchester: Australia saw off late resistance from Jack Leach and Craig Overton to beat England by 185 runs on Sunday to take a 2-1 lead in the series and retain the Ashes. Chasing a target of 383, England folded for 197 as Pat Cummins took four wickets to pierce through its top and middle order, […]

Australia Eight Wickets Away From Retaining Ashes

Manchester: Australia bossed the proceedings on Day 4 of the fourth Ashes Test at Old Trafford. They set England a target of 383 and need to take eight wickets on the final day to take a 2-1 lead in the series and retain the Ashes. England were left rattled in the very first over of […]

Ashes: Hazlewood Leaves England Reeling With Four-Wicket Haul

Manchester: Australia pacer Josh Hazlewood took four wickets to leave England on the brink of a Ashes setback as they were reeling at 200/5, still trailing by 297 runs at stumps on Day 3 of the fourth Test here on Friday. England still need 98 runs to avoid follow on after Australia rode Steve Smith’s […]