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Pacer Trent Boult starred for New Zealand as they bowled Australia out for 151 in a World Cup Pool A game at the Eden Park here Saturday.
It was a sunny Saturday morning in the capital with the minimum temperature settling at 11 degrees Celsius, a notch below the season's average.
Three people, including a one-year-old child, died and eight others received burn injuries in a fire that broke out at residential building here early Saturday, a fire service official said.
West Asia becomes more mysterious by the minute. Who is fighting whom on whose behalf? The lines were always blurred. Now they are more so. Iraq's army has just shot down two British planes as they were carrying weapons to the ISIS in Al Anbar province. How do we know this to be true? The Iraqi Parliament's National Security and Defence Committee have photos of the planes that have been shot down.
- Jaitley set to present India's national budget
- New Zealand bowl out Australia for 151
- Partly cloudy day ahead in Delhi
- Three killed, eight injured in Delhi fire
- Bobby Jindal sees American 'melting point' turning into 'salad bowl'
- Christians in Syria form militia to fight IS
- Sensex surges over 200 points; Nifty reclaims 8,900 mark
- US lawmakers laud progress in US-India partnership
- Cuba reaffirms call to be taken off 'terror' list
- Ex-Argentina striker Lopez joins Brazil's Internacional
- Invite the world to fight ISIS but help it militarily
- Modi knows how important Pawar is politically
- Will Jaitley pursue 'big bang' reforms that Economic Survey desires?
- Uncertainty dogs 35,000 tribal refugees in Tripura
- Backpackers Cafe: Chandigarh's 'The Place'
- Age gracefully, don't cover the lines: Kareena Kapoor
- Defence allocation: Need for structural review
- The Swiss banking scandal and the need for morality
- Courtyard by Marriott, Agra: Where leisure meets luxury
- Not Congress, Goa BJP's own MLAs its bitterest critics
When my daughter was small, she wanted to buy Disney princess shoes with built-in lights that shone at every step.
A benchmark index of Indian equities markets, the 30-scrip Sensitive Index (Sensex), Saturday surged 213.71 points or 0.73 percent in the early session ahead of the Union Budget.
Finance Minister Arun Jaitley was set to present India's national budget for 2015-16 amid high expectations from all stakeholders in lifting overall growth, reinforced by the positive agenda set by the Economic Survey for "big bang" reforms.
No one can ignore Sharad Pawar, not even Narendra Modi, never mind the prime minister's choice of words to deride the Maratha strongman during last year's general elections. Both obviously do not believe in perpetual enmity in political life.
Christians, threatened by Islamic State (IS) jihadis in Syria, have organised themselves into a militia to fight the militants, with the help of the Kurdish forces, according to a media report.
Cuba reaffirmed its call to be taken off the United States' list of "state sponsors of terrorism", to pave the way for progress on normalising bilateral ties.
With the Economic Survey suggesting "big Bang" reforms, expectations run high on the national budget due Saturday, in an exercise being regarded as a test-case for Prime Minister Narendra Modi government's earnestness to provide policies for "double-digit growth".