INDIA NATIONAL CRICKET TEAM
India needs to know how to win big moments: WV Raman Indian Women’s Cricket Team Head Coach
First thing is you just let them flower and don’t tamper much. Second, you need to try and make the most of the talent without putting any real pressure. I can tell you something very honestly. With the talent we have in this team and if they are groomed well, we will have a world number one side in three years’ time.
ICC Women's T20 World Cup: Focus on India, bet on Australia
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Blue springs for the Men in Blue: Virat Kohli and Co spend leisure time at Putaruru
It's break time before the Tests begin.
ICC Women's T20 World Cup: It will be judged as much by attendance and media coverage as by the performances
The presence of Thailand in the event means that women’s T20 cricket is also taking the game far beyond the original Commonwealth. The last T20 World Cup tournament saw Mithali Raj being rested from the semi-final for India and over the last couple of years the Indian limited-overs outfit looks completely transformed.
Cricket: Why Delhi Capitals co-owner slams Indian team management
An IPL team owner commenting on the selection matters of the national cricket team is not common. Usually, it is the coaches, or the former players associated with the franchises, who opine on such issues. Like Ricky Ponting, Delhi Capitals head coach, did last year when he wondered how India could have left Pant out of the World Cup squad.
Shardul Thakur pitches for green energy
Tata Power India has signed on the Indian cricket team’s fast bowler, Shardul Thakur to represent and stand for the company’s values of being green and environment friendly.
Ravi Shastri lauds Virat Kohli for his passion, says he becomes a pitbull in his whites
The India coach also said that 'a captain is not always a hero, he makes heroes'.
India recommended as host for AFC Women's Asian Cup 2022
It was felt that India, who will also have the experience of hosting the FIFA Women's Under-17 World Cup later this year, was best placed among the three bidders - Chinese Taipei and Uzbekistan were the other competing candidates - to maximise the promotion of the women's game.
FinMin pins hope on global pension funds to buy into India’s infra play
Global pension funds with $40 trillion of assets under management will now look at India’s infrastructure sector more favourably because of the elimination of dividend distribution tax (DDT), senior officials in the finance ministry said.
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Govt picks national flavour: Namaste wins over Kem Cho
The state government has been told to design communication material to present “namaste” as the traditional Indian welcome for Trump on his maiden visit as president to the country.
Microsoft opens R&D center in Noida, its third in India
The center will be home to Microsoft’s engineering teams across various technology groups, including A) & Research Group, Cloud & Enterprise Group, and Experience & Devices Group, along with Core Services Engineering and Operations. It will also house Mixer, Microsoft’s live streaming gaming platform team, becoming the first center to host the gaming team outside the company headquarters in Redmond.
Going for the skill? Learn the TCS, Infosys way
Currently, skilling platforms of Infosys TCS train over 700,000 employees, as they look to reskill their workforce.
Donald Trump to visit India with son-in-law, treasury & commerce secys, trade rep, NSA
Government sources said senior members of Trump’s team may come in advance or with the President himself. He will be visiting Ahmedabad, Agra and Delhi in a visit that will last under 36 hours but will be packed with spectacle. This will also be the fifth meeting between PM Narendra Modi and Trump in the past eight months.
Cricket: Are India there yet?
With Iyer sewing up the number four spot, Manish Pandey has been assigned the finishing role. Even when the team management experimented to give Shivam Dube and Sanju Samson opportunities, Pandey stayed at number six and has admitted to learning how to finish the game from any situation.
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