By Sudeep SonawaneNew Delhi, June 26, 2021.Saying India lost the World Test Championship (WTC) final because of selecting unsuitable players would belittle New Zealand team’s good performance.Kane Williamson’s men deserved to win the Test championship title. They dominated the final despite losing more than a day because of heavy rain.New Zealand fast bowlers, led by Kyle Jamieson, Southee and Boult dominated Indian batsmen. Most batters, … Continue reading Kohli and Shastri guilty of selecting unsuitable bowlers in the final against New Zealand
“I’m privileged to represent the disability community that is so under represented in India. I am glad I got a voice because of my sport. I’m fortunate to use this voice to raise awareness about prosthetics, road safety, disability and inclusion,” says Manasi Joshi. Continue reading Manasi hopes featuring on TIME magazine cover will change perceptions on disability
Surat, June 18, 2020By Sudeep SonawaneChina’s Peoples’ Liberation Army troopers regularly crossed into Indian territory while patrolling routes on the border, a research analysis says.Author of the study, published by Australian Strategic Policy Institute (ASPI), Nathan Ruser backs this claim with many satellite images taken on June 16 and earlier.The Australian independent think tank’s report gives clarity on the real situation in the conflict areas. … Continue reading Satellite images backed report says Chinese troops ‘regularly crossed into Indian territory’
By Sudeep SonawaneSurat, May 29, 2020 Can India afford to embarrass, if not snub, US President Donald Trump?Upsetting an important ally while simultaneously dealing with China’s incursion into Ladakh, and border issues with Nepal over Lipulekh, Kalapani, Limpiyadhura, is a millstone India does not need around its neck.The Ministry of External Affairs seemingly did this on Thursday, according to a Press Trust of India (PTI) … Continue reading Can India afford to embarrass Trump with Chinese troops inside Ladakh?
Migrant Nepalis living in the Middle East and India shared contrasting stories to Gujarat Guardian on the impact of shutdown ordered by governments because of coronavirus pandemic. Continue reading Impact of shutdown on migrant Nepali workers in India and GCC
India will drive energy demand and by 2040 its consumption will match that of US By Mohammad ShoebThe Peninsula, QatarAugust 27, 2017Reports after reports write off oil’s future. Will it happen soon? With the attention rapidly shifting to alternative sources of energy to sustain the environment as well as efficiency, obituaries for oil are rife.Obituary writers have convincing arguments. They base their opinions on variables … Continue reading It’s too early to write obituaries of oil