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Hardik Pandya Reveals

Hardik Pandya, the Indian cricketer, who has taken giant leaps from being an IPL cricketer to making his Test debut in Galle, has come a really long way. Battling several financial difficulties at home, he and his brother Krunal have established himself among the talents

Leader Without Limbs

There are two great days in a person’s life – the day we are born and the day we discover why. -William Barclay Born without arms or legs, he is a painter, swimmer, skydiver, and motivational speaker. Motivating thousands and thousands of lives with his

Rahane Equals Tendulkar’s Record

Ajinkya Rahane continued his rich form with yet another half-century in ODIs. Rahane is making the most of the opportunity at the top of the order and has so far scored fifty-plus scores in all the four ODIs against West Indies in the ongoing five-match

Vedika Breaks Another National Record

Maharashtra girl, Vedika Amin smashed yet another national record on day 3 of 33rd Glenmark Sub Junior Aquatic Championships. With a timing of 37.40 sec, Vedika broke the record of Monique Gandhi set in 2010. Kareena Shankta also from Maharashtra won silver clocking 38.31 sec.

Travis Kalanick steps down as Uber’s CEO

Kicking him when he’s down: Causing more trouble to a person going through a crisis 21st June, a day of significance in the history of Uber. In the brief time it has been around, it has faced numerous challenges. Right from background checks on drivers

Kovind – India’s Next President?

Ram Nath Kovind, 71, a Dalit from Uttar Pradesh, is all but certain to be India’s next president. And in picking a lower caste UP leader as its presidential nominee, BJP has played the first major political card for 2019 general elections. Delhi: The suspense

IIEST Shibpur reduces dual degree course seats.

IIEST Shibpur has taken a major decision that may affect many engineering aspirants. After a recent decision by its Board of Governors on 10% dropping of seats for the admission intake of 2017-2018 session, to bring the down the number of seats to 585, The