Bowling

IPL final: Dhoni rues lack of individual match wining efforts

Kolkata, May 25 (IANS) — With Chennai Super Kings yet again ending up as the runners up in the IPL at the Eden Gardens... (more...)

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Top-order needs to fire in the crunch game: CSK coach Fleming

Ranchi, May 21 (IANS) — Ahead of their Qualifier 2 match against Royal Challengers Bangalore (RCB), Chennai Super Kings... (more...)

Henriques, Warner power SRH to 135/3 versus RCB in rain-curtailed tie

Hyderabad, May 15 (IANS) — A blistering 57 of 22 balls from Moises Henriques and a brilliant 52 from 32 deliveries... (more...)

Royals aware of KKR’s strength and weakness: coach Upton

Mumbai, May 15 (IANS) — Ahead of their match against Kolkata Knight Riders (KKR) here on Saturday, Rajasthan Royals... (more...)

We bowled according to our plan: RCB’s Harshal Patel

Mumbai, May 10 (IANS) — Royal Challengers Bangalore bowler Harshal Patel on Sunday said the team bowled according to... (more...)

Scoring 200 was a bonus: Warner

Mumbai, May 7 (IANS) — After the thrilling victory over formidable Rajasthan Royals, Sunrisers Hyderabad skipper David... (more...)

Wanted to knock Steve Waugh out: Ambrose

Cedar Grove (Antigua), May 7 (IANS) — West Indian fast bowling legend Curtly Ambrose has revealed the story about his... (more...)

I am just trying to use my experience: Harbhajan

Mumbai, May 6 (IANS) — After a magical bowling performance that saw him bagging the man of the match award against... (more...)

Rahane, Nair power Royals to 189/2 against Daredevils

Mumbai, May 3 (IANS) — Ajinkya Rahane and Karun Nair displayed superb batting skills to help Rajasthan Royals post... (more...)

Hosts KKR look to revive campaign against Sunrisers (Preview)

By Debdoot Das Kolkata, May 3 (IANS) — After a heart-breaking defeat at the hands of Royal Challengers Bangalore (RCB),... (more...)

Hafeez helps Pakistan take 205-run lead

Khulna (Bangladesh), April 30 (IANS) — A sparkling maiden double century by Mohammad Hafeez (224) and some splendid... (more...)

CSK pull off thrilling 2 run win over Knights (roundup)

Chennai, April 29 (IANS) — A scintillating bowling performance backed up by some terrific fielding enabled Chennai... (more...)

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Identical twins’ mark sheets almost as identical and the story of a courageous young achiever

HINDUSTAN TIMES AND VANCOUVER DESI They are identical twins and, interestingly, even their mark sheets look almost the same. Ranchi twins Aporupa and Anorupa Chattopadhyay …
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100 year journey

Apart from the overwhelming cold, Sucha Singh Bagri has fond memories of his first few days in B.C.

SPECIAL TO VANCOUVER DESI Sucha Singh Bagri arrived in Canada with his father Harnam Singh Bagri on Feb 2, 1935, on the Empress of Russia,…
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Blogs

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Food blogger’s delicious global recipes influenced in part by her Indian heritage

LAURA BREHAUT POSTMEDIA NEWS Kitchen notebooks are often sauce-splattered and dog-eared. The best contain shortcuts, secrets, and tried-and-true recipes. They are valuable records, illustrating changing…
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Marathon Running for the First Time with World Vision

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CHOPRA ADDICTION AND WELLNESS BLOG: Finding the Mother Within

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Sexual abuse allegations against Bollywood choreographer Shiamak Davar

Two lawsuits have been filed against the famous Bollywood choreographer Shiamak Davar in British Columbia, Canada. Two former students and employees of Shiamak Davar allege…
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Pioneers

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B.C.’s South Asian pioneer Ranjit Mattu mentored many football stars

SPECIAL TO VANCOUVER DESI Even as a child, Ranjit Mattu knew he had game. From his first play on the field of Mount Pleasant Elementary,…
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Dharm Singh Gill changed the way Sikhs were regarded for wearing turbans at work

SPECIAL TO VANCOUVER DESI Little did Dharm Singh Gill realize that an act of heroism would change the way Sikhs were regarded for wearing their…
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Sky was the limit for B.C.’s South Asian pioneer Karm Mattu

SPECIAL TO VANCOUVER DESI Karm Singh Mattu was born to fly. As a teen in the 1930s, he ran away from his Vancouver home to…
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Harchet Hari made his way to Vancouver and then Calgary with his grandparents in 1932

SPECIAL TO VANCOUVER DESI Harchet Hari His mother and father had already successfully settled into a new life in Calgary from their previous one in…
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B.C.’s South Asian pioneers kept aside their differences to gain the right to vote

SPECIAL TO VANCOUVER DESI “The government took our vote away in 1907. We got the Dominion vote in 1946 but you couldn’t vote in the…
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Health Check

The B.C. Centre for Disease Control is looking for new immigrant women to participate in a health study.

New immigrant women sought for B.C. Centre for Disease Control health study

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