By Ritesh K Srivastava | Last Updated: Thursday, December 18, 2014 - 16:42
December 16 will surely go down in the history of Pakistan as one of its bloodiest and blackest days. The whole world cried when the Pakistani Taliban, trying to regroup itself, launched a savage and cowardly attack on an Army Public School in Peshawar, targeting hundreds of innocent children of military families, and mercilessly killing over 130 of them.
By Aparna Mudi | Last Updated: Thursday, December 18, 2014 - 16:42
Your demons will eventually come back to haunt you.
132 children have been killed in Peshawar. Not in a natural calamity, not of hunger or famine, they died because they were in school and some people decided they deserved to die.
By Anindita Dev | Last Updated: Friday, December 12, 2014 - 18:11
Imagine the despair when every day the newspapers flash a horrific crime and/or report a rape of a woman. It is appalling to even admit that it happens in a civilised society such as India.
By Irengbam Jenny | Last Updated: Saturday, December 13, 2014 - 13:09
December - the month of Christmas as well as the smell of winters makes it my favourite month of the year.
By Suyash Srivastava | Last Updated: Friday, December 12, 2014 - 15:52
May be he was thinking of his team-mate Phillip Hughes, who was the 13th man of Australia's squad for the first Test against India, despite succumbing to injuries two weeks ago. May be he was thinking whether he should have bowled that bouncer to Indian skipper Virat Kohli, who was still adjusting his helmet after being hit in the middle.
By Dattaraj Thaly | Last Updated: Saturday, December 13, 2014 - 20:00
Jagmohan Dalmiya's partnership with Punjab Cricket Association boss IS Bindra propelled him to the top of the BCCI echelons. The duo changed the rules of cricket administration as they maximized the television rights of Indian cricket. Driven by money power, they soon began flexing their muscles internationally even crashing the exclusive ICC club.
By Suyash Srivastava | Last Updated: Thursday, December 11, 2014 - 14:38
As I headed towards the Indira Gandhi Indoor Stadium on Day 2 of the International Premier Tennis League, like any other tennis fan, I too, was brimming with excitement. There was disappointment for everybody on the opening day, where Roger Federer didn’t play a match. But knowing the fact that the Swiss legend would play on the second day, thousands of fans thronged to the stadium.
By Dattaraj Thaly | Last Updated: Thursday, December 11, 2014 - 16:41
It has been a tumultuous week for world cricket. The sport lost a 25-year-old batsman just a few days before his birthday and a possible call-up to his nation's Test team. A double celebration was on the cards. Yet, here we are mourning the loss of a young life with emotion-sapping eulogies.