The exit of Vetter means Neeraj Chopra has a better chance to win a gold medal as he has been improving himself after his Olympic gold.
Sri Lankan economic crisis: Over six million face food insecurity due to record inflation, reports UN body
The economic crisis will push families into hunger and poverty - some for the first time - adding to the half a million people who the World Bank estimates have fallen below the poverty line.
24-year-old India all-rounder opens up about batting in different positions, new-ball and death overs bowling, captaincy experience and more.
CCMC Commissioner M Prathap attended the 11th World Urban Forum organized in Poland, along with Kochi Mayor M Anilkumar and Bhubaneswar Municipal Commissioner Vijay Amruta Kulange.
Skipper Rohit Sharma, who missed the fifth Test in Birmingham after contracting COVID-19, will be travelling to the port city on Wednesday and is expected to feature in the series-opener.
While the Indian defence has impressed in both the matches, denying England a single penalty corner in the first game, it is the performance of the forward line and midfield which was found wanting.
India fought back to claim a 1-1 draw against China in their second Pool B match of the Women’s Hockey World Cup in Amsterdam on Tuesday.
Amid these challenges, certain brokerages expect further weakness in the local unit in the coming months.
The world health body said that the highest numbers of new cases in the South-East Asia region were reported from India in the last week of June.
The tournament determines the region's four direct berths in the 2023 Women's World Cup, co-hosted by Australia and New Zealand.
After a highly-creditable 1-1 draw with England in their World Cup opener, India have a big chance to consolidate their place in Pool B with a good result against China on Tuesday.
In 2021, British Council had launched the specially designed communications course for Kolkata Police officers to help them improve their soft skills.
According to Sumariwalla, the athletes did perform well. "We don't want to deny them an opportunity to qualify and they are welcome to take one more trial on July 8," he said.
Sini Shetty is pursuing CFA (chartered financial analyst) and is also a trained Bharatanatyam dancer.
Prospects for growth are limited, given that Zoroastrians don't seek to convert outsiders and in many cases don't consider the children of mixed marriages to be members of the faith.