Australia’s limited-overs captain Aaron Finch dismissed former skipper Michael Clarke’s claim that the Australian cricketers played the 2018-19 home Test series against India not in the ‘right spirit’ and were trying to be nice to opposition skipper Virat Kohli in order to protect their lucrative IPL deals. Finch not only rejected Clarke’s controversial claim but also defended his players, saying the team was going through a transition period and the young players were trying to dig in their heels on the international stage. … [Read more...] about Aaron Finch Dismisses Michael Clarke’s Claim of Australian Cricketers Sucking up to Virat Kohli, Says Test Series vs India Was Played in ‘Right Spirit’
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Sonam Kapoor In A Pink Floral Dress Sonam Kapoor Ahuja wore a loose-sleeved round-collar baby pink flared midi dress, which came from Dolce & Gabbana. Her pretty dress was accentuated by blossoming pink roses and green leaves. She completed her look with a pair of stylish black sandals and notched up her look with gold-toned hoops by Sunita Kapoor, a bangle, a ring, and a wrist watch. The diva pulled back her mid-parted sleek tresses into a low bun and enhanced her look with slight contouring marked by filled brows, kohled eyes, dark eye shadow, soft blush, and pink lip shade. … [Read more...] about Rakul Preet Singh, Katrina Kaif’s Pretty Floral Dresses Are Perfect For Summer Parties!
Mr Hendrik von Kuenheim, the Senior Vice President for Region Asia-Pacific, Eastern Europe, Middle East and Africa, at theBMW Group said, "Under the leadership of Mr. Vikram Pawah, BMW Group has successfully stood ground in a fiercely competitive environment and gained significant momentum in both Indian and Australian luxury car markets." … [Read more...] about BMW Group India Appoints Mr Vikram Pawah As New President
“In the immediate future, we are going to continue to be reliant on China,” said Sudarshan Jain, secretary general of the Indian Pharmaceutical Alliance, which represents major drug makers, although he believed there was only “a very low likelihood” of API supplies being cut off. … [Read more...] about India’s auto and pharma sectors not ready to wean off China
If nobody in this huge governance structure anticipated the problems and fears the inter-state labour and workforces might face with a four-hour notice to a complete lockdown, it can only mean they were taking their decisions in the isolation of the Lutyens' blocks and bhavans. … [Read more...] about India’s fight against COVID-19 has gone awry