Anil Kumble said that his main aim would be to create a healthy team environment for playing some competitive cricket.


With Brexit a reality, clubs face spike in transfer fee; player registration may become more complicated

Rio unveils Olympic village
The village will be home to more than 17,000 athletes and officials during the Olympics.
Through to Olympics, Vikas and Manoj settle for bronze
Vikas was declared medically unfit and had to concede his bout against Achilov Arslanbek.
Police book 1,125 cases overnight against helmetless riders
Special teams comprising the jurisdictional traffic police inspectors conducted the drive.
Non-recyclable thermacol threatens ecology
The biggest contributor of waste on the shoreline is thermacol, a plastic used as expandable foam and packaging.
Development boon for Thiruvananthapuram
The work on Techno City project in Thiruvananthapuram  will be completed without further delay.
Navy airlifts 2 patients from Lakshadweep
The air arm of the Indian Navy airlifted two critically-ill patients from the Kiltan island in Lakshadweep.
Ban on plastic bags from Aug 1 in Hyderabad
The central Government has banned the use of plastic bags of thickness of below 50 microns.
Art as well as law and order
Police Officer Prema Latha is an artist. Her painting of the late Jisha is thought-provoking.
Water scooter mishap: Youth presumed dead
According to the Coastal Police, which also took part in the  operation, the search will continue on Saturday.
40,000 balloons at Chennai's first water balloon fight!
Believe it or not, Chennai will have its first ‘Water Balloon fight’ come July. And no, this isn’t just for kids.
Monkeys up to no good at HRBR layout
They attack passers-by, break windshields and leave taps running in houses.
No CCTV cover at Nungambakkam station
Express found out that Closed Circuit Television Camera (CCTV) cameras have not been installed at several stations.
'Sportspersons will be nurtured to win medals'
E P Jayarajan said that the Government will nurture sportspersons from the state in such a way that they can win medals.

Among the study participants 1 in 5 adults dependent on drugs and alcohol had been sexually abused in their childhood.

Anti-Corruption Branch vs Kejriwal: Government favours single vendors, ignoring its own Law Department’s warnings.

Back from a trek in the Himalayas, Amala Paul talks about surviving  the demands of cinema and rediscovering herself.

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