Cairn Begins Process To Seize Indian Overseas Assets To Recover $1.7 Billion

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Cairn has hired hiring a team of asset recovery experts to recover the damages. New Delhi: UK’s Cairn Energy Plc has brought a lawsuit in the US to pierce the corporate veil between the Indian government and its owned flag carrier Air India so as to seize its overseas assets to recover USD 1.7 billion … Read more

As Cyclone Tauktae Intensifies Into Cyclonic Storm, Indian Navy Assures Support to State Admins

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Cyclone Tauktae, which is currently centered over Lakshadweep has intensified into a cyclonic storm on Saturday morning, the India Meteorological Department (IMD) tweeted. On the morning of May 18, the cyclone will touch the Gujarat coast, officials said. “Deep Depression intensified into a Cyclonic Storm “Tauktae” (pronounced as Tau’Te) over Lakshadweep area and adjoining southeast … Read more

Tokyo Olympics: Japan’s entry ban will not affect Indian athletes, assures IOA chief Narinder Batra | Tokyo Olympics News – Times of India

Tokyo Olympics: Japan's entry ban will not affect Indian athletes, assures IOA chief Narinder Batra | Tokyo Olympics News - Times of India

NEW DELHI: With Japan restricting entry of people from India, Pakistan and Nepal due to the rise in COVID-19 cases, questions have been raised on whether the Indian athletes will also face issues in entering the country for the Tokyo Olympics. But Indian Olympic Association (IOA) President Narinder Batra has made it clear that all … Read more

Indian Women’s Cricket Team Tour Of England: Wicketkeeper-Batsman Indrani Roy Gets Maiden Call-Up, Shafali Verma And Shikha Pandey In All Three Teams | Cricket News

Rookie wicketkeeper-batsman Indrani Roy from Jharkhand was rewarded with maiden Test and ODI call-up for India’s tour of England next month but senior left-arm spinner Rajeshwari Gayakwad missed out as she is recovering from COVID-19. The 29-year-old Gayakwad is also nursing an injury. The Neetu David-led selection panel made a course correction with … Read more

Vijay Shankar may switch teams in bid to stage a comeback to Indian team | Cricket News – Times of India

Vijay Shankar may switch teams in bid to stage a comeback to Indian team | Cricket News - Times of India

Vijay Shankar (Getty Images) NEW DELHI: All-rounder Vijay Shankar, who represented India at the 2019 World Cup but fell out of favour soon after, said he needs chances to bat up the order for Tamil Nadu and may not rule out switching to a different state team for that as he eyes return to the … Read more

WV Raman Slams Star Culture In Indian Women’s Team In Letter To Sourav Ganguly, Rahul Dravid: Report | Cricket News

Ousted Indian women’s cricket team coach WV Raman has written to BCCI president Sourav Ganguly, alleging that there is a “prima donna culture” in the national team and it needs to change. In the mail that has also been marked to National Cricket Academy head Rahul Dravid, Raman has also offered to present … Read more

Indian shooters doing dry firing, will hit range on May 19 | More sports News – Times of India

Indian shooters doing dry firing, will hit range on May 19 | More sports News - Times of India

In quarantine till May 19, India’s Olympic-bound shooters are keeping themselves busy with dry firing in their respective hotel rooms at Zagreb before they hit the range next week. NEW DELHI: In quarantine till May 19, India’s Olympic-bound shooters are keeping themselves busy with dry firing in their respective hotel rooms at Zagreb before they … Read more

2 Indian Men Freed From Detention Van After 8-Hour Protest In Scotland

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London: Two Indian men being held in a detention van on “suspected immigration offences” walked free with the help of a human rights lawyer after an eight-hour protest by their neighbours in the Scottish city of Glasgow. Sumit Sehdev, a chef, and Lakhvir Singh, a mechanic, both in their 30s, have reportedly been in the … Read more

2 Indian Men Freed from Detention Van After Protest in Scotland

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Two Indian men being held in a detention van on suspected immigration offences walked free with the help of a human rights lawyer after an eight-hour protest by their neighbours in the Scottish city of Glasgow. Sumit Sehdev, a chef, and Lakhvir Singh, a mechanic, both in their 30s, have reportedly been in the UK … Read more

Indian National Pleads Guilty to Breaching COVID-19 Safety Measures in Singapore

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A 26-year-old Indian national pleaded guilty on Friday to a charge each of exposing others to the risk of COVID-19 infection by loitering at the busy Changi Airport and leaving an isolation area without permission, a media report said. Parthiban Balachandran, who suspected he had COVID-19, failed to stay at the hospital as directed. Instead … Read more

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