Cricket in Grief
    Australian cricketer Phillip Hughes died in hospital on Thursday, two days after the batsman was struck on the head by a bouncer during a domestic match.Governing body Cricket Australia (CA) confirmed the 25-year-old had lost his fight for life.`We are extremely sad to announce that Phillip Hughes has passed away at the age of 25,` CA said on its Twitter feed.
  • Sign from God! Sign from God! We all want answers, we all want to be sure, we all want to know. So we ask... and God shows us his sign.
  • Politics Over Taj Politics Over Taj Senior Samajwadi Party leader and Uttar Pradesh Minority Affairs Minister Azam Khan on Thursday triggered a controversy when he demanded that the iconic Taj Mahal be handed over to the Sunni Waqf Board since it was a mausoleum of two Muslims.
  • Goooood-Man Goooood-Man "During a police search of the ashram, a pregnancy-testing kit was found in Baba`s personal room. Three .32 bore revolvers, 19 air guns, two .12 bore rifles, two .315 bore rifles, chilly grenades and cartridges were also found in the ashram," inspector general of police Anil Kumar Rao said at a press conference here.
  • The B'Day Cake The B'Day Cake The 75th birthday bash of SP supremo Mulayam Singh Yadav, who rode an imported Victorian-style `buggy` on Friday, kicked up a controversy over its funding with party leader Azam Khan saying that money has come from terror group Taliban and Dawood Ibrahim.
  • Yogi and Bhogi Yogi and Bhogi In 2000, Rampal Dass, a junior engineer in the Haryana irrigation department was sacked. He now heads a dera or cult worthRs. 100 crores and goes by the name of Sarguru Rampal Ji Maharaj.
    The 63-year-old owns a fleet of luxury cars, including BMWs and Mercedes and lives in an ashram in Barwala, Haryana, spread over a sprawling 12 acres. Charged with sedition or waging war against the nation, the controversial guru was finally arrested by the police on Wednesday night.