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Change Of Technique From One Event To An

Shreyasi Singh, who won the silver medal in the last edition of the Commonwealth Games in 2014, is focussing on her technique and how she would make the transition from one category to the other (trap to double trap

31-Mar-2018
Mohammed Shami Injured In Road Accident

Indian fast bowler Mohammed Shami sustained injuries after being involved in an accident on way to Delhi, near Asharodi on Sunday morning.

31-Mar-2018
I Think This Is The Biggest Tragedy Of T

Former Indian captain Bishen Singh Bedi termed the ball-tampering scandal involving top Australian cricketers ‘one of modern day cricket’s great tragedies’ and held the players resposnsible for plunging the sport into crisis. Steve Smith has been handed a one-match suspension and fined 100% of his match fee by ICC on Sunday while opener Cameron Bancroft has been fined 75% of his match fee and handed three demerit points for breaching Level 2 of the ICC Code of Conduct.

31-Mar-2018
Ajay Jadeja Speaks About The Ball-Tamper

The world woke up to the shocking news of ball-tampering on Sunday as Australian team along with Steve Smith were seen involving in unlawfull activity. Without getting into the specifics, former Indian player Ajay Jadeja said the onus lies with the International Cricket Council to see where the game is heading.

31-Mar-2018
Hope The County Stint Helps Kohli For Th

Indian captain Virat Kohli has been granted permission by the Committee of Administrators (COA) to play three county matches for Surrey in June before the commencement of the tour to England and former Indian captain Bishen Singh Bedi believes it’s a good move by Kohli.

31-Mar-2018
Going With The Aim To Bring The Gold Med

Seasoned shooter Jitu Rai has put the setback of the Rio Olympics behind him and is confident of bringing home the gold medal as he prepares for the Commonwealth Games starting April 4 Gold Coast in Australia

31-Mar-2018
Double Delight For Manu Bhaker In Jr. Wo

Teenager Manu Bhaker nailed her second World Cup Gold medal inside a month, winning the Junior Women’s 10m Air Pistol gold at the ongoing International Shooting Sport Federation (ISSF) Junior World Cup Rifle/Pistol/Shotgun in Sydney, Australia. She did a double on the day, winning the Team Gold in the event as well with compatriots Devanshi Rana, who missed out on an individual medal placing fourth in the final, and Mahima Turhi Agrawal to end an amazing month for herself and extend a golden six month or so period of excellent performances

31-Mar-2018
NBA players protest recent killing of un

VIDEO SHOWS: PUBLIC SERVICE ANNOUNCEMENT BY NBA PLAYERS FROM SACRAMENTO KINGS AND BOSTON CELTICS TO PROTEST RECENT KILLING OF STEPHON CLARK. STILL PHOTOS OF PLAYERS WEARING T-SHIRTS TO PROTEST BEFORE

31-Mar-2018
Paine laments Australian capitulation in

Australia's stand-in captain Tim Paine says the enormity of the ball tampering scandal is sinking in with the team

31-Mar-2018
Ball tampering scandal: Ashish Nehra app

Gurugram: Reacting to the recent ball-tampering controversies in the ongoing South Africa-Australia Test series, former Indian pacer Ashish Nehra, while being critical of the incident, remained appreciative of Australian skipper Steve Smith and Cameron Bancroft's acceptance of their mistake. "These kinds of incidents have happened even in the past. If the International Cricket Council (ICC) feels that Cameron Bancroft or Steve Smith have done something wrong, then definitely they should be penalised. If they have admitted their mistakes, then it's a great thing from their sides," said the Delhi-born former fast bowler. Steve Smith was handed a one-match suspension and fined 100 percent of his match fee following the ball-tampering incident during the third day's play against South Africa. Additionally, Australia opener Cameron Bancroft has been fined 75 percent of his match fee and handed three demerit points for breaching Level 2 of the ICC Code of Conduct. The incident took place during South Africa's innings on Saturday afternoon when Bancroft was seen on television holding a small yellow object while rubbing the rough side of the ball, before hiding the object in his pocket, then inside his trousers.

31-Mar-2018
Investec Songo teams comfortably win 201

Jaroslav Kulhavy and Howard Grotts along with the pairing of Annika Langvad amd Kate Courtney dominate the week-long Cape Epic mountain bike raceJaroslav Kulhavy and Howard Grotts along with the pairing of Annika Langvad amd Kate Courtney dominate the week-long Cape Epic mountain bike race

31-Mar-2018
Silvia Bertagna takes Freestyle Big Air

Silvia Bertagna becomes first Italian woman to win overall title with Big Air World Cup win

31-Mar-2018
Ball tampering scandal: Australian Capta

New Delhi: Following the unraveling of a massive ball-tampering scandal, Steve Smith and David Warner agreed to step down as captain and vice-captain, respectively, for the remainder of the third Test against South Africa in Cape Town. "Following discussions with Steve Smith and David Warner they have agreed to stand down as Captain and Vice-Captain respectively for the remainder of this Test match," Cricket Australia CEO James Sutherland said in an official statement. The statement further read, "This Test match needs to proceed, and in the interim we will continue to investigate this matter with the urgency that it demands." Wicketkeeper-batsman Tim Paine will lead Australia at Newlands as the Baggy Greens will resume the Day Four of the Third Test. "The Board of Cricket Australia has endorsed Tim Paine to step in as Acting Captain for the remainder of this Test," Cricket Australia Chairman, David Peever said. "The Board fully supports the process for an immediate investigation into what occurred in Cape Town. We regard this as a matter of the utmost seriousness and urgency. We will ensure we have all information available to make the right decisions for Australian Cricket," Peever concluded. Earlier on Saturday, both Smith and Bancroft admitted to charges of ball tampering after the end of the Day Three.

31-Mar-2018
Christian Nummedal takes Freestyle Big A

Norway's Christian Nummedal claims his third World cup triumph in Canada

31-Mar-2018
Julia Marino and Max Parrot close snowbo

Julia Marino and Max Parrot complete the Snowboard World Cup season with victories in Quebec City

31-Mar-2018
Australia's Steve Smith 'deeply regrets'

Australia's cricket captain Steve Smith says he's 'not proud at what's happened' for his part in a ball-tampering incident during the third test against South Africa

31-Mar-2018
Julia Marino closes snowboarding season

Julia Marino finishes the World Cup snowboarding season in style with a dominant win

31-Mar-2018
Max Parrot closes snowboarding season wi

Snowboarder Max Parrot scures sixth win of his career in final event of the season

31-Mar-2018
Cricket fraternity expresses disappointm

New Delhi: The cricket fraternity gave mixed reactions of shock and disappointment when Australian skipper Steve Smith and batsman Cameron Bancroft admitted to charges of ball-tampering during the third Test match against South Africa in Cape Town.  "WHAT THE ........ HAVE I JUST WOKEN UP TO. Please tell me this is a bad dream," wrote former Australian skipper Michael Clarke on Twitter. Meanwhile, former England captain Michael Vaughan tweeted, “Steve Smith, his Team & ALL the management will have to accept that whatever happens in their careers they will all be known for trying to CHEAT the game ... #SAvAUS,"

31-Mar-2018
Wozniacki says in Twitter post that she

Caroline Wozniacki says in Twitter post that she and her family were verbally abused by spectators during a Miami Open match

31-Mar-2018
India women's cricket team looks to get

Mumbai (Maharashtra), Mar 25 (ANI): India women’s captain Harmanpreet Kaur on Saturday said her team was working on seizing the big moments to come out on top against England in the third T20 of the tri-series in Mumbai. The hosts were thrashed by Australia by six wickets in the opener and are the only side to register a win in the ongoing series. India women’s captain said the first six overs of the match would be very crucial for them. Despite having the likes of Kaur, Mithali Raj and Veda Krishnamurthy amongst their ranks, India’s middle and lower middle order are yet to perform well and the Kaur-led team will be looking to turn that around. India play England in their second match of the short format series on Sunday.

31-Mar-2018
Cape Epic leaders continue to dominate w

Investec Songo riders dominate Stage 6 with wins for both men's and women's teams.

31-Mar-2018
It's Oltmans Vs Marijne

On April 7th, India plays Pakistan to open their Commonwealth Games campaign. Apart from the hype and intensity generated, there will also be another contest happening - Indian coach Sjoerd Marijne Vs Pakistan coach Roelant Oltmans.

31-Mar-2018
I Am Scared To Give Answers To People On

Vikas Krishan Yadav, who bagged a bronze medal in the Asian Championship in 2017, has kept his focus on just the Commonwealth Games and is sure of getting a podium finish.
NNIS speaks to the boxer on his preparation, on how he carries the weight of performing every time he steps into the ring.

31-Mar-2018
To Play In IPL Is A Big Achievement For

Nepal’s leg spinner Sandeep Lamichhane, who was selected for the Indian Premier League’s 11th edition, is delighted to be the first Nepalese cricketer to play the league.

Lamichhane, who was handed the Delhi Daredevils jersey by Nepal Sports Council Member Secretary Keshav Bista, speaks on cricket and how his achievement will pave the way for other young budding talents of the country.

31-Mar-2018
Yuki Bhambri Maturing Up Well With Age F

India’s Yuki Bhambri continued with his commendable performance in the ATP Circuit reaching the second round of the Miami Open with a straight set 7-5, 6-3 victory over Bosnia’s Mirza Basic in Miami.

Yuki will now meet World No.11 and eighth seeded American Jack Sock in the second round of the tournament, having come through the qualifying round.
NNIS speaks to former Davis Cupper Vishal Uppal on Yuki’s performance and his recent form.

31-Mar-2018
We Have A Well-Balanced Team Of Youth &

With the likes of Mary Kom, Sarita Devi, Manoj Kumar, and Vikas Krishan Yadav in the team, the Boxing Federation of India believes it is a well-balanced team that will compete in the upcoming Commonwealth Games in the Gold Coast.

31-Mar-2018
BFI To Send Boxers To Michael Johnson Ac

The Boxing Federation of India has decided to send Indian boxers to the Michael Johnson Academy in Texas, before the Asian Games to get the requite training and experience to prepare for the Games.
In an exclusive chat with NNIS, BFI Chief Ajay Singh talks of sending the boxers to the American academy.

31-Mar-2018
Students protest outside CBSE office, ro

New Delhi, Mar 31 (ANI): Scores of students on Saturday staged a protest outside the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) office in New Delhi against the paper leak. The students raised slogans against the board. Roads have been jammed due to the ongoing agitation in East Delhi. Earlier, the All India Democratic Student's Organisation and the National Student's Union of India also staged protest against the CBSE for re-scheduling both the examinations. 

31-Mar-2018
PoK residents protest against Pak brutal

Muzaffarabad (PoK), Mar 31 (ANI): Residents of Pakistan-occupied Kashmir (PoK) continue to protest against the Pakistan Army and the government, forcing the latter to stop cross border firing. The Jammu Kashmir Liberation Front (JKLF) and other political parties jointly held a protest rally from Tetri Mor to Mazarpur. The police carried out a baton charge and opened fire on the protesters. In retaliation, the locals attacked army posts and set them on fire. In Muzaffarabad, the inhabitants carried out a protest against police and army brutality. The protesters blamed the federal government and Prime Minister of PoK, Raja Farooq Haider for ceasefire violations and deliberately provoking India for cross firing. They also blamed the Pakistan Army for using civilians as human shields.

31-Mar-2018
Watch: BR Ambedkar's statue vandalised i

Jhunsi (UP), Mar 31 (ANI): In yet another shocking incident, a statue of Dalit leader Dr BR Ambedkar was vandalised by some unidentified miscreants on Saturday in Uttar Pradesh’s Jhunsi town. The head of the sculpture was lying detached from its body. This is the third such case of Ambedkar’s statue being vandalised in Uttar Pradesh.

31-Mar-2018
Watch: Devotees celebrate 'Hanuman Jayan

Varanasi (UP), Mar 31 (ANI): Celebrations unfolded in Varanasi on the occasion of Hanuman Jayanti. Devotees were seen visiting temples dedicated to the god across the country, offered special prayers and worshipped him amidst chant of mantras.

31-Mar-2018
Glimpses of life in Kaho village at Arun

Kaho (Arunachal Pradesh), Mar 31 (ANI): In the borders of India and China there’s a village named Kaho that’s mainly looked after by the Army. This village is inhabited by the Meyor tribe. As many as 12 Families with 76 people dwell in the village. Paddy is main produce which is consumed by the locals. Help arrrives from the work given by the MLA. Locals have said that they are waiting for better communication facilities. 

31-Mar-2018
Eastern Arunachal Pradesh in dire need f

Tezu Walong Kibithu Hayuliang (Arunachal Pradesh), Mar 31 (ANI): The infrastructure towards the strategic areas of East of the Arunachal Pradesh are in dire need for serious attention. There’s 200 km of single lane and broken roads before the Lohit River cuts the area in to the East and West Bank. These banks have overbridges at an average distance of 70 to 80 kms. Other means of connection include foot suspension bridges which can carry the weight of four people. This restricts military movement. 

31-Mar-2018
CWG 2018- PV Sindhu To Be The Flag-Beare

The Indian Olympic Association (IOA) has chosen PV Sindhu as the flag-bearer of the Indian contingent for the opening ceremony of the Gold Coast Commonwealth Games.

31-Mar-2018
Watch: Chinese Army camp at Arunachal Pr

Kibithu (Arunachal Pradesh), Mar 31 (ANI): In the valleys China’s new People's Liberation Army (PLA) camps and houses stand strong in Tatu, which lies on the other side of Arunachal Pradesh's Kibithu. The army has built strong infrastructure that supports residential complex and also has spaces for military trainings. 

31-Mar-2018
Shami’s Wife Hasin Jahan Meets West Be

Indian pacer Mohammed Shami’s wife Hasin Jahan, who has accused Shami of domestic violence and extra-marital affairs, met West Bengal CM Mamata Banerjee.

31-Mar-2018
Petal power: Chinese artist starts east-

Internationally acclaimed artist Zhuang Hong Yi's eye-catching art work is inspired by his native China and his adoptive country, the Netherlands. Rough cut (no reporter narration)

31-Mar-2018
Hawaiian kids get first taste of snow in

As the fourth major snowstorm this month enveloped the East Coast Wednesday, a group of 8th graders from Hawaii enjoyed their first taste of snow with a snowball fight outside the White House. Rough Cut (no reporter narration).

31-Mar-2018
A soldier's epic journey captured in scu

New York Academy of Art unveils Sabin Howard's 10-foot scale cast resin model of "A Soldier's Journey," on display from March 20-23. Rough Cut (no reporter narration).

31-Mar-2018
Google to invest $300mn towards curbing

New Delhi: In a bid to tackle the recent rise in fake news and speculative content, tech giant Google announced a new initiative to support the media industry through greater filtration of content. Titled 'Google News Initiative', the firm chalked out three main targets to be achieved, namely highlight accurate journalism while fighting misinformation, particularly during breaking news events; help news sites continue to grow from a business perspective, and create new tools to help journalists do their jobs. Furthermore, Google also pledged to invest USD 300 million over the next three years, according to The Verge.

31-Mar-2018
Students invent ‘Speaking Glove’ for

Surat (Gujarat): Three polytechnic students in Gujarat’s Surat have invented a ‘Speaking Glove’ for the speech-impaired, which would interpret hand signs and convert the message into speech through a mobile application. The inventors, Gopi, Khushali and Dhrumi, with the help of their project guide Naman Khandelwal designed this glove which can be easily used by the mute and converts gestures and signs into alphabets through a sensor based software, which later is converted into speech. The innovators have also made an android user-friendly application which works in coordination with the glove.  The aim is to bridge the gap between people with hearing and speech- impaired and rest of the world by giving them a convenient platform for communication.

31-Mar-2018
Man rides world's fastest zip-line in hu

Richard Browning, the founder of a British aeronautics and technology start-up, dons jet suit to fly up 'Velocity' - the world's fastest zip-line.

31-Mar-2018
From blackberry afro to cheesy towns, Uk

A Ukrainian food artist turns ordinary food products into colourful and edible masterpieces.

31-Mar-2018
Cleaners take out thousands of notes to

A team of cleaners remove written prayers crammed into the crevices of the Western Wall as part of a twice a year spring clean.

31-Mar-2018
Instagram to launch 'regram' feature soo

New Delhi, March 20 (ANI): Facebook owned photo and video sharing app, Instagram, announced their next big 'Stories' feature with their official reshare button, which would be called as "regram". This new feature would let users compliment or trash other people's feed, posts or stories. Earlier, users' screenshot feed posts and shared them in 'Stories' and even used other unofficial apps that allow them to re-share other user's posts. This new feature would let users embed any post in their story directly from Instagram. However, users can opt to turn-off the resharing option, if they do not wish their posts to be "quote-storied". They can simply turn off the option in their settings.

31-Mar-2018
At over $9,000 a piece, rare Portuguese

Shaped like a diamond and made of edible gold, saffron threads and white truffle, the world's most expensive chocolate goes on display at a fair in Portugal.

31-Mar-2018
Relatives of victims of violence protest

Relatives of young victims of violence in Rio de Janeiro protest on Copacabana beach as they demand indemnities from their local government.

31-Mar-2018
Tourist group from New Zealand adopts Ra

Chittorgarh (Rajasthan), Mar 31 (ANI): A group of tourists from New Zealand have adopted a village in Rajasthan’s Chittorgarh. The tourists, who visited the historic Chittorgarh Fort back in 2014, were touched upon witnessing poverty on their way to Rajpuria village. Following this, they decided to contribute towards development of the village. The tourists re-visited the region on Thursday and took all children for a movie at nearby theatre. Tourists, with the help of guide and some Indian volunteers, held discussions for assessment of the villagers' needs. Rajpuria village has a population of around 500 people. The main aim of the group is to educate children of the village.

31-Mar-2018
Woman allegedly throws acid on her ex-hu

Jhunjhunu (Rajasthan), Mar 31 (ANI): A woman aattacked her ex-husband by throwing acid on him with the help of her spouce in Rajasthan’s Jhunjhunu. The inicident took place outside a local court while her former husband was on his way for post-divorce hearing. The locals rushed the victim to the hospital. Both the accused are absconding and a case has been registered by the police.

31-Mar-2018
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