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Gringo Xolos and US-Mexico love

Written by Sriram Veera
| Guwahati |

Published:October 16, 2017 4:10 am

Fans of Club Tijuana, popularly known as Xolos, are among the most die-hard in the country.”
At the Mexican border, stood an American Marty Albert.

Junior engineer in J-K fined for ‘dancing at wedding’, made to apologise

A junior engineer working with the state government was fined Rs 2,000 and made to apologise during Friday prayers at Jamia Masjid in Kishtwar town reportedly for dancing at a marriage function of a close relation.The punishment was reportedly awarded to him a fortnight ago by the imam of Kishtwar Jamia Masjid, Farooq Ahmed Kitchloo, who is also related to the engineer.

Back to the Front | The Indian Express

There needs to be a ‘look east policy’ in culture,” says Sanjeev Bhargava from Seher.“The works created are an outcome of discussions among various artists,” says Bhargava, adding how the artists represent an “eclectic” mix.

Mumbai event showcases best of ‘upcycled’ waste

Janak Rathod
As waste disposal becomes a pressing concern in the city, a group called Proinnovate has begun to promote the ‘upcycling’ of waste.The group, through its initiative ‘Kabaad ka Jugaad’, has organised a two-day event, Kabaad Mela, to showcase products made from recycled waste.

J&K High Court order stalls Jammu & Kashmir’s U-23 game over selection row

Written by Devendra Pandey
| Mumbai |

Updated: October 9, 2017 8:17 am

The CK Nayudu Trophy under-23 game between Jammu & Kashmir and Goa had to be stopped in 13th over of the opening day due to a court order passed by the J&K High Court.The court had barred the Jammu and Kashmir Cricket Association from picking the under-23 team after one player Hashim Saleem filed a petition alleging discrepancy in selection.

Vandana Kalra | The Indian Express

Across the Fence Sat, Sep 16, 2017In his latest solo, artist Sumedh Rajendran transverses from the known to the unknown and immediate to the more distant.Shadow Lines Mon, Sep 11, 2017Artist Shilpa Gupta returns to the Indo-Bangladesh border for her latest showcase.

Mauro Icardi hat-trick helps Inter Milan edge AC Milan 3-2 in thrilling derby

The Argentine striker had a hat trick in Inter Milan’s 3-2 derby victory over big-spending AC Milan.The Argentine striker had a hat trick in Inter Milan’s 3-2 derby victory over big-spending AC Milan on Sunday, displaying perfect timing to redirect two crosses, then calmly converting a penalty for the winner in the 90th.

Wakaliwood Dreams | The Indian Express

That would be the simplest explanation, but Isaac’s movies are much more than a crude pastiche of Hollywood action movies of the ’80s and ’90s.Through his movies, Isaac is simply owning that narrative.

When Dream and Day Unite

On Sunday, Dream Theater will take the stage at the MMRDA grounds in Mumbai, as part of their grand “Images, Words & Beyond” tour, that celebrates 25 years of the prog metal pioneer’s second studio album, Images and Words.It’s a special one for LaBrie, the album was his first with Dream Theater.

Mumbai slum-dwellers get ‘gifts’ from strangers this Diwali

Street Funder, a first-of-its-kind event, had items donated by people to be picked up free of cost by residents of Dahisar and Borivali slums.Vignesh Krishnamoorthy
Just ahead of Diwali, hundreds of slum-dwellers from Dahisar and Borivali got to take home some gifts of their choice.

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India vs New Zealand: Kane Williamson wary of India’s spin attack
Written by Devendra Pandey
| Mumbai |
Updated: October 16, 2017 at 1:31 am
Kane Williamson is aware of the effect of Kuldeep Yadav and Yuzvendra Chahal in Indian conditions and it was one reason he had kept his eye on the India-Australia series.R Ashwin, Ravindra Jadeja ignored again; Dinesh Karthik returns to Virat Kohli-led India squad for New Zealand series
By: Express Web Desk |
Updated: October 14, 2017 at 6:03 pm
Off-spinner R Ashwin and all-rounder Ravindra Jadeja were once again ignored for the three-match ODI series against New Zealand.

Make betting legal? State cricket bodies duck Law Commission of India query

In a letter dated July 31, Sanjay Singh, member secretary, Law Commission of India, wrote to the BCCI and state associations that the Supreme Court has mandated the Commission to study the possibility of legalising betting in India.An office-bearer of another state association said legalising betting and gambling would help in curbing “all underhand dealings” and add to government revenue.