Articles about Bangladesh Premier League

Free rice is making people lazy, notes Madras HC

23 Nov 2018

India
Free rice is making people lazy, notes Madras HC

The Madras High Court has observed that only BPL families should get free PDS rice, and the scheme being applicable to all was making people lazy.

#MeetTheMedalists: All you need to know about Dutee Chand

30 Aug 2018

Sports
#MeetTheMedalists: All you need to know about Dutee Chand

Dutee Chand etched her name in the record books by winning two individual medals at the Asian Games 2018.

Mohammad Ashraful eyes comeback after 5-year ban ends

13 Aug 2018

Sports
Mohammad Ashraful eyes comeback after 5-year ban ends

Former Bangladesh skipper Mohammad Ashraful is eyeing a comeback to the national team after serving his five-year ban.

Mustafizur Rahman not to play IPL anymore

21 Jul 2018

Sports
Mustafizur Rahman not to play IPL anymore

Mustafizur Rahman has found himself in a spot of bother as the Bangladesh Cricket Board has forbidden the pacer from participating in overseas T20 leagues.

Australia thrash Zimbabwe by 100 runs: Here're records broken

03 Jul 2018

Sports
Australia thrash Zimbabwe by 100 runs: Here're records broken

Australia cruised to a comfortable 100-run victory over Zimbabwe in the 3rd match of the Twenty20 Tri-Series at Harare.

Bear educational expenses of poor: Maharashtra Charity Commissioner to Ganesh-Mandals

20 Jun 2018

India
Bear educational expenses of poor: Maharashtra Charity Commissioner to Ganesh-Mandals

The Charity Commissioner of Maharashtra, Shivkumar Dige, has appealed to the Ganesh Mandals to bear the educational expenses of children from economically weaker sections of the society.

Attempting suicide is no longer a criminal offense in India

02 Jun 2018

India
Attempting suicide is no longer a criminal offense in India

On May 29, Union Health Ministry notified Mental Healthcare Act, 2017, that decriminalizes suicide attempt in India. The law was passed in Parliament, a year ago.

#CareerBytes: Government scholarships for Engineering students- Details here

27 May 2018

India
#CareerBytes: Government scholarships for Engineering students- Details here

To promote quality education in the field of engineering, the government awards various scholarships to students who want to pursue engineering based on various criteria, including their merit, community, and family's annual income.

From loan waivers to foreign trips: Decoding Karnataka's manifestos

06 May 2018

Politics
From loan waivers to foreign trips: Decoding Karnataka's manifestos

In a bid to project its CM candidate Yeddyurappa as pro-farmer, the BJP in its manifesto has promised to allocate Rs. 1.5 lakh crore for waiving farmer loans, and irrigation projects.

Karnataka Manifesto: Why urban Karnataka matters?

05 May 2018

Politics
Karnataka Manifesto: Why urban Karnataka matters?

About 38% of Karnataka's population lives in urban areas.

Karnataka Elections: BJP manifesto promises waiver of farm loans

04 May 2018

Politics
Karnataka Elections: BJP manifesto promises waiver of farm loans

Reaching out to farmers, the BJP manifesto for the Karnataka Assembly polls today promised allocation of Rs. 1.5 lakh crore for irrigation projects and waiver of farm loans up to Rs. 1L borrowed from nationalized and cooperative banks.

1 crore students in hostels to get subsidized wheat/rice

23 Apr 2018

India
1 crore students in hostels to get subsidized wheat/rice

The government will provide 15kg of wheat and rice per month to an estimated 1 crore students in all hostels with at least two-thirds of students from SC, ST, and OBC categories, under a scheme that could cost exchequer upto Rs.4,000cr annually.

Two tribal villages in Odisha set to be declared 'smokeless'

18 Apr 2018

India
Two tribal villages in Odisha set to be declared 'smokeless'

In a major step towards development, two tribal villages of Koraput district, Odisha, will get the smokeless tag on May 5.

Government scholarships for Engineering students: Here's all about them

09 Apr 2018

India
Government scholarships for Engineering students: Here's all about them

To promote quality education in the field of engineering, the government awards various scholarships to students who want to pursue engineering based on various criteria, including their merit, community, and family's annual income.

Maharashtra farmers agitation ends as Fadnavis agrees to most demands

12 Mar 2018

India
Maharashtra farmers agitation ends as Fadnavis agrees to most demands

The week-long farmer agitation organized by All India Kisan Sabha (AIKS) in Maharashtra finally ended in Mumbai on Monday evening after the Devendra Fadnavis government gave in to most of their demands.

Skipper Shakib Al Hasan ruled out of the Nidahas Trophy

03 Mar 2018

Sports
Skipper Shakib Al Hasan ruled out of the Nidahas Trophy

Bangladesh have been dealt with a huge blow after star all-rounder and T20 skipper, Shakib Al Hasan was ruled out of the upcoming Nidahas Trophy.

Siddaramaiah woos Karnataka with his government's last budget

16 Feb 2018

Politics
Siddaramaiah woos Karnataka with his government's last budget

Ahead of the Assembly polls, Karnataka CM Siddaramaiah presented his government's last budget. It wasn't a full-fledged budget but a vote-on-account budget as the state goes to polls in April.

#DecodingBudget: India gets Rs. 1,200cr healthcare coverage, 'largest govt-funded program'

01 Feb 2018

India
#DecodingBudget: India gets Rs. 1,200cr healthcare coverage, 'largest govt-funded program'

Finance Minister Arun Jaitley presented the 2018 Budget this morning. If the NDA doesn't return to power in 2019, this was its last full-fledged Budget.

Marquee players to watch out for at the IPL auctions

21 Jan 2018

Sports
Marquee players to watch out for at the IPL auctions

Franchises have already started drafting their plans with just a few more days left for the mega IPL auctions.

Instances where cricketers' off-field behavior has caused them trouble

16 Jan 2018

Sports
Instances where cricketers' off-field behavior has caused them trouble

Cricket might be known as the gentleman's game, but sometimes things do turn ugly off the field.

Jammu and Kashmir's 2018-19 budget is all rainbows and smiles

12 Jan 2018

India
Jammu and Kashmir's 2018-19 budget is all rainbows and smiles

It is raining good news for Jammu and Kashmir's transgender community.

No more monthly hike of Rs. 4 in cylinder prices

28 Dec 2017

India
No more monthly hike of Rs. 4 in cylinder prices

Seventeen months after it asked oil companies to hike LPG cylinder prices by Rs. 4 monthly, the Center withdrew the decision in October.

#WhatTheHealth: Indian healthcare system still has hope. Here's why

28 Dec 2017

India
#WhatTheHealth: Indian healthcare system still has hope. Here's why

We have one doctor for 1674 people. Healthcare expenditure is out-of-pocket for 62% Indians, forcing over 63 million into poverty every year.

No Malinga, no Lakmal for T20 series

16 Dec 2017

Sports
No Malinga, no Lakmal for T20 series

Sri Lanka have announced their T20 squad for the upcoming series against India and some big names have been given a miss.

Records broken by 'Universe Boss' aka Gayle

13 Dec 2017

Sports
Records broken by 'Universe Boss' aka Gayle

Christopher Henry Gayle a.k.a. 'Universe Boss' is the most destructive batsman in the history of the game.

Bareilly woman denied monthly ration over Aadhaar; dies of hunger

16 Nov 2017

India
Bareilly woman denied monthly ration over Aadhaar; dies of hunger

Shakina Ashfaq, a 50-year-old woman died in Uttar Pradesh's Bareilly on Tuesday. Her family alleges that she died of starvation as she had not eaten for five days.

Get ready for Amazon India's second Great Indian Festival sale!

03 Oct 2017

Business
Get ready for Amazon India's second Great Indian Festival sale!

Following the success of its 21-24 September Great Indian Festival sale, Amazon India is hosting another festive sale from 4-8 October.

India's first smokeless village Vyachakurahalli enters Limca Book of Records

09 Sep 2017

Bengaluru
India's first smokeless village Vyachakurahalli enters Limca Book of Records

Vyachakurahalli, India's first "smokeless village", in Karnataka's Chikkaballapur district has made it to the Limca Book of Records-2017!

Dec 31 deadline for mandatory Aadhaar for social benefits: Centre

30 Aug 2017

India
Dec 31 deadline for mandatory Aadhaar for social benefits: Centre

The Centre has told the SC it will extend the deadline to mandatorily produce Aadhaar for social benefits till December 31.

Aadhaar will now be mandatory to register deaths

04 Aug 2017

India
Aadhaar will now be mandatory to register deaths

Expanding the scope of Aadhaar even more, the government has now made Aadhaar mandatory for registration of deaths starting October 1, 2017.

Meghalaya: Rape accused MLA appointed to state Assembly panels

15 Jul 2017

India
Meghalaya: Rape accused MLA appointed to state Assembly panels

Meghalaya legislator Julius Dorphang, accused of raping a minor girl, has been appointed a member of the Committee of Privileges and the Committee on Subordinate Legislation.

These cricketers from 90s were legends then, are legends now

14 Jul 2017

Sports
These cricketers from 90s were legends then, are legends now

A number of extraordinary cricketers made their debuts in the 1990s and changed the face of the game, taking it to another level.

From July, Aadhaar mandatory to apply for PAN

28 Jun 2017

India
From July, Aadhaar mandatory to apply for PAN

Starting July 1, it will be mandatory to provide Aadhaar details or enrolment ID while applying for PAN.

Aadhaar mandatory for tax returns from July, announces govt

11 Jun 2017

India
Aadhaar mandatory for tax returns from July, announces govt

The government has announced that Aadhaar will be a "must" for filing I-T returns from July 1.

SC: Aadhaar can't be made mandatory for filling tax returns

09 Jun 2017

India
SC: Aadhaar can't be made mandatory for filling tax returns

The Supreme Court has stayed the government notification mandating linking of Aadhaar number with PAN till a constitution bench decides on the matter, reported ANI.

Chhattisgarh's "missing" toilets - Women seek to trace "stolen" toilets

12 May 2017

India
Chhattisgarh's "missing" toilets - Women seek to trace "stolen" toilets

A mother-daughter duo from Chhattisgarh's Amarpur village filed a police complaint stating two toilets from their house have gone "missing".

PSL spot fixing: Nasir Jamshed formally charged by PCB

12 Apr 2017

Sports
PSL spot fixing: Nasir Jamshed formally charged by PCB

Pakistan's former opener Nasir Jamshed became the fifth player to be charged by the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) in the spot fixing scandal at this year's Pakistan Super League.

PSL match-fixing: Mohammad Irfan banned for one year

30 Mar 2017

Sports
PSL match-fixing: Mohammad Irfan banned for one year

Pakistan Cricket Board has banned fast bowler Mohammad Irfan for a year and slapped him with a fine of USD 1,000 after he pleaded guilty of failing to report a spot-fixing approach during the Pakistan Super League.

Aadhaar to be linked to mobile numbers, Driving licenses

26 Mar 2017

India
Aadhaar to be linked to mobile numbers, Driving licenses

In an attempt to implement a fool-proof identity verification system, telcos have been asked to link mobile numbers to their owners' Aadhaar numbers.

Prev
1
Next