Tuesday, 25 January, 2022
TopicHarsha Bhogle

Topic: Harsha Bhogle

The 14 August connection between Sachin Tendulkar and Don Bradman

Sachin Tendulkar scored his first Test century against England on 14 August 1990. On the same day in 1948, Don Bradman played his last Test against the same opposition.

Michael Holding gives ‘powerful message’ on racism in cricket, Harsha Bhogle praises Sky Sports

During a broadcast on England vs West Indies Test match Wednesday, Michael Holding and Ebony Rainford-Brent discussed racism and the Black Lives Matter movement.

We are shrinking India by highlighting our differences & young India isn’t happy: Harsha Bhogle

Cricket commentator and writer Harsha Bhogle said people in power needed to focus on creating opportunities so the next generation isn't burdened with talk of war & cultural differences.

Sanjay Manjrekar wrong to bully Harsha Bhogle. Time to bring sanity back to commentary box

Sanjay Manjrekar tried to shut down Harsha Bhogle by saying he hadn’t played any first-class cricket, but sports punditry has never been about that.

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Liberals mourning India Gate flame must also recall some dark aspects of the colonial Army

The moving of the flame seems, to some, as part of an ongoing extinguishing of the Indian Army’s heritage of secularism, decency and righteousness.

South-East Asia’s SMEs are underperforming. Their ‘digital revolution’ depends on fintech

Digitisation of South-East Asia's economy during the pandemic is uneven. The growth in digital services has favoured individual consumers, not SMEs.


File photo of Scorpene-class submarine 'INS Vela', at the Naval Dockyard in Mumbai | ANI

Kamov choppers, submarine torpedoes among deals defence ministry will review this week

Ministry is reviewing all procurement under the ‘Buy (Global)’ category, under which equipment is bought directly from foreign manufacturers, amid govt's 'Atmanirbhar' push.

Modi vs non-BJP CMs: When most popular isn’t all-powerful & why Centre-state ties will worsen

Modi’s inability to win many states, and the huge popularity his rivals enjoy there, is pushing Indian politics in a more robustly federal direction.