India vs Sri Lanka: Ajinkya Rahane stands up as responsible slip fielder

India vs Sri Lanka: Ajinkya Rahane stands up as responsible slip fielder

India's slip fielding has found a suitable candidate in Ajinkya Rahane who looks to be a safe bet in the position after impressing against Sri Lanka in the first Test match at Galle.

Oil prices slip as market eyes possible Iran deal

Oil prices dipped Monday as traders eyed talks between Iran and global powers that could ease international sanctions on one of the world`s leading oil producers.

US benchmark West Texas Intermediate for May delivery shed 19 cents to $48.68 a barrel on the New York Mercantile Exchange.

High attrition norm in banking: RBI

High attrition norm in banking: RBI

Australian Open: Madison Brengle slops on sunscreen and slips into fourth round

Australian Open: Madison Brengle slops on sunscreen and slips into fourth round

Madison Brengle could conceivably be the new face of advertising campaigns Down Under that urge people to `slip, slop, slap` during the scorching summer months to help Australians and New Zealanders to lower the risk of skin cancers.

RSS worker gives kidnappers the slip

A Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh (RSS) worker, who was allegedly kidnapped two days back, has managed to give his captors the slip and is now safe in police hands.

Monsoon slipping into weak phase: IMD

After a steady advance, south-west
monsoon appears to be slipping into a lull with the MeT office
forecasting a weaker weather system for the next two weeks.

FDI slips by over 43% to around 2.2 billion in May

India`s foreign direct investment
declined by over 43 percent to around USD 2.2 billion in May, 2009, compared to USD 3.9 billion in the same period
last year on account of global recession.