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Ludhiana SHO, aide held with 10gm heroin

Ludhiana A team of Special Task Force (STF), Ludhiana unit, arrested Division Number 2 SHO sub-inspector Amandeep Singh Gill, 39, and his aide Ajay Kumar for possessing 10.35gram heroin from Khasi Kalan village, around 14km from district headquarters, on Tuesday night. Police commissioner Rakesh Agrawal has suspended the SHO with immediate effect.

Josh Hazlewood reveals India cricketer who wants to ‘Mankad’ -?Watch

Australia fast bowler Josh Hazlewood revealed that he would ‘Mankad’ Cheteshwar Pujara if he gets a chance during the home series against India later this year. The ‘Mankad’ dismissal has been at the centre of a lot of controversy in the recent past and the subject once again came into the spotlight when Afghanistan spinner Noor Ahmad dismissed Pakistan batsman Mohammad Huraira during the ongoing ICC U-19 World Cup in that fashion. Pakistan won the quarter-final encounter by six wickets eventually as Huraira’s 64 off 76 balls helped them chase the target of 190 with 8.5 overs to spare.

From wrestling royalty to MMA for India’s Ritu Phogat

An Indian wrestler whose family story was immortalised by Bollywood is hoping to create a blockbuster of her own by becoming her country’s first world champion in the high-octane sport of mixed martial arts. Ritu Phogat, who initially followed her father and two elder sisters into wrestling, is now charting a new path after making an explosive MMA debut in November.

Deepika Padukone stuns in black gown, Anushka Sharma, Ananya Panday shimmer in metallic outfits at Nykaa Femina Beauty Awards 2020

The Nykaa Femina Beauty Awards 2020 saw some of the best-dressed divas and hunks on the red carpet last night in Mumbai. In its sixth edition, the award ceremony that celebrates the essence of beauty in its purest form had stars such as Anushka Sharma, Deepika Padukone, Ananya Panday, Alaya F, Kartik Aaryan and many other names from both the TV and digital content industry.

Motera: The stadium that will host Donald Trump

It is only fitting for India, cricket’s financial powerhouse, to boast of the sport’s biggest stadium in terms of seating capacity. Before Indian cricket grounds embraced individual box seats, the Eden Gardens in Kolkata was said to fit over 100,000 spectators. But that number fell to 66,000 once it was renovated in time for the 2011 World Cup.