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  • Customs Academy team lift Rajiv Gandhi Trophy in India

    KARACHI: Customs Cricket Academy (CCA) on Thursday were crowned champions of Rajiv Gandhi Under-15 Cricket Trophy after they beat Tamil Nadu by 47 runs at Marina Cricket Ground in Chennai...

    “Playing against India in India was a big confidence booster for the lads,” said Ahmad adding that the 26th edition of Rajiv Gandhi Cricket Trophy, organised by Cricket Federation of India, consisted of 10 Indian state teams and one team each from...

  • Lahore can be made a safe venue for international cricket: Rajiv Shukla

    Senior official of the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) Rajiv Shukla has recommended that the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) work towards developing a safe venue at home instead of continuing to play its “home” series in UAE...

    “If PCB develops Lahore into a safe venue by constructing a team hotel near the stadium and by providing adequate security, then India will have no objection to playing in the city,” he said...

  • Apple opens map development office in India's Hyderabad

    NEW DELHI: Apple said Thursday it will open a development office in Hyderabad, as its chief executive Tim Cook continued his India charm offensive with an investment boon to one of the country's top technology hubs...

    Local government ministers in Telangana state, of which Hyderabad is the capital, expressed their delight on Twitter at the new centre, a partnership with local software firm RMSI...

  • Indian army considered overthrow of Rajiv govt in ’87, says author

    NEW DELHI: Former Indian army chief General Sunith Francis Rodrigues has dismissed allegations made by Lt General (retired) P N Hoon in his book that the army was involved in a plot to overthrow the Rajiv Gandhi government in 1987, The Indian Express said on Wednesday...

    In his book The Untold Truth, Lt Gen Hoon had claimed that Rodrigues, while being GOC-in-Command of the Western Command along with late General Krishnaswami Sundarji...

  • Gandhi statue vandalised in South Africa

    NEW DELHI: A carefully cultivated image of Mahatma Gandhi as a messiah of the underdog lost some of its sheen in South Africa when men wearing African National Congress outfit vandalised his statue and called him a racist, Press Trust of India said on Monday...

    The incident occurred on Sunday when the group came in a car at about noon and threw buckets of white paint on the statue and surrounding plaques detailing Gandhi’s history in...

  • Return of Rahul Gandhi sparks media frenzy

    NEW DELHI: India's excitable news channels went into overdrive on Thursday on news beleaguered opposition leader Rahul Gandhi who had returned from a two-month break from politics after a series of embarrassing electoral defeats...

    Television footage showed a convoy of black SUVs driving to Rahul's house in the exclusive leafy heart of New Delhi, purportedly carrying the scion of the Gandhi family dynasty...

  • Gandhi brand no longer sells in Indian politics

    NEW DELHI: India’s Congress party and its controlling Nehru-Gandhi dynasty that has been synonymous with political power for most of the 70 years since independence, hit a new low with this weekend’s vice-presidential election...

    It heightened a crisis for Congress and raised fresh questions about the party’s top leadership — especially 47-year-old Rahul Gandhi, great grandson of India’s first prime minister Jawaharlal Nehru...

  • India's reluctant leader Rahul Gandhi takes party helm

    Rahul Gandhi has never held public office, once likened power to “poison”, and saw his politician father and grandmother assassinated...

    The son, grandson and great-grandson of prime ministers, Rahul has carried the burden of expectation since his father Rajiv Gandhi was assassinated in 1991...

  • Is Rahul Gandhi ready to fight?

    RAHUL Gandhi is poised to become the new Congress party president...

    The mother knows that in the violence-wracked political battlefield that India has become, the young Gandhi will be more, not less, vulnerable to harm than his ill-fated father or grandmother were...

  • Rahul Gandhi set to take over as Congress chief

    NEW DELHI: Rahul Gandhi could be named head of India’s opposition Congress Party within hours, a source said, shortly after he filed his candidacy for the role on Monday...

    “Compassion, humility & determination are just a few qualities that make Rahul Gandhi an ideal #CongressPresident and leader,” read a tweet from the party’s official handle...

  • Rahul Gandhi’s car pelted with stones in Gujarat

    DHANERA: Congress vice president Rahul Gandhi’s car was pelted with stones on Friday during his visit to this flood-affected town, but he escaped unhurt, police said...

    Superintendent of Police Neeraj Badgujar said a man threw stones at Gandhi’s car, breaking its rear glass when he was on his way from Lal Chowk to the helipad in Dhanera...

  • Indian Congress party's VP Rahul Gandhi arrested

    Indian National Congress Vice President Rahul Gandhi was arrested Thursday as he tried to forcefully enter the Madhya Pradesh state's Mandsaur city, where five have been killed in violent protests led by farmers, NDTV reported...

    According to NDTV, Gandhi, in his attempts to enter the city, swapped his car for a bike after police stopped his car at the Rajasthan border, which about 180 kilometres away from Mandsaur...

  • Did Gandhi hate music, cinema?

    Wonder what Nietzsche — who famously claimed not to believe in a god that could not dance — would have said of Gandhi...

    In the collection I found a letter to Gandhi, in which Abbas had pleaded with the Indian leader to give cinema a chance...

  • Sonia Gandhi leads long march against intolerance in India

    NEW DELHI: Congress president Sonia Gandhi led her party’s protest march to the Rashtrapati Bhavan, the Indian presidential palace, on Tuesday against the "continuous rising intolerance" under the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP)-led government, according to a report on the Hindustan Times website...

    Prior to the long march, Congress president Sonia Gandhi, party-vice president Rahul Gandhi and former Indian prime minister Manmohan Singh...

  • Gandhi’s letters

    Also, two letters from Mahatma Gandhi written by him to my father in May/June 1934 while Gandhiji was incarcerated in Cuttack jail by the British...

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