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How Mugabe plunged Zimbabwe into an abyss of despair

During his 37-year rule, the nation’s lush fields became wastelands, disease and hunger became rampant and the economy registered a negative growth of six per cent, says Shreekant Sambrani.......

Find Out: How happy and peaceful is your country

‘Happiness is not something you postpone for the future; it is something you design for the present.’ -- Jim Rohn. To lead a life with happiness, peace, and opportunities to use......

Check how India has scored in Rule of Law index among other countries

India has ranked 59th in the Rule of law index 2015 compiled by The World Justice Project gaining an overall score of 0.51 out of 1. Rule of law index measures adherence to the rule of law by......

CBI gets 10 days custody of Chhota Rajan

The Central Bureau of Investigation has got 10 custody of underworld don Chhota Rajan in connection with an alleged fake passport case registered by the agency on October 31 shortly before its......

Lessons from the Vishwaroopam imbroglio

Kamal Haasan and his artistic freedom is the smaller issue. How will the world view us when a handful of demonstrators terrorise our governments to ban a movie? Who will invest in India when a few......

The most corrupt countries in the world

Every day, all over the world, ordinary people bear the cost of corruption. For example, in Zimbabwe, women giving birth in a local hospital have been charged $5 every time they scream as a penalty......

What will it take for India to be rich?

'China's development is on a different scale from India's. They are very far ahead.' 'I don't think it will be possible in the next 30 years for us to catch them,' says Aakar Patel.Photograph:......

10 most dangerous places to work

Children dressed in costume sit together during a party celebrating. Photograph: Amir Cohen/Reuters A recent MBA graduate, Puneet Kohli, got a job offer from a global commodity giant to join their......

Pesticides banned abroad used in India, admits Minister

As many as 67 pesticides that have either been banned or severely restricted by some countries, have been allowed for use on crops in India, Agriculture Minister Sharad Pawar admitted in the Rajya......

Budget has been positive for the auto industry

Auto: Retained excise duty at 10% on all automobiles except large cars Budget highlights Retained the excise duty on small cars, two wheelers and three wheelers at 10%. To launch National......

That 70s Show of Bollywood

Seventies is a revered decade for most fashion fanatics. Even as Bollywood came under the grip of the 'angry young man' syndrome, this livewire decade was more than happy to evolve in what came to......

ICC ran out of patience with Zimbabwe cricket: Flower

Former batsman Grant Flower says the ICC perhaps wanted Zimbabwe Cricket to be more responsible by suspending them for government intervention but doubted if the global body interpreted the SRC......

Charges don't contain any allegations pertaining to fixing: Jayasuriya

'I have always conducted myself with integrity and transparency with matters concerning the sport and I will continue to do so.'   IMAGE: Sanath Jayasuriya is in the line of fire for 'trying......

Hong Kong players charged by ICC for match-fixing

One of them, spinner Nadeem Ahmed, played against India at last month’s Asia Cup   IMAGE: Hong Kong players in a huddle before the match (Image used for representational purposes).......

Sports Shorts: India, Pakistan set to lock horns in Kabaddi Masters

A summary of sports events and persons who made news on Monday IMAGE: Indian kabaddi players during the World Cup in 2016. Photograph: PTI India and Pakistan are set to renew their rivalry in the......

ICC probes Hong Kong team, confident of clean World T20

- 'We are now finding that the corruptors are now focused on associate members, women's teams.' Cricket's world governing body, the International Cricket Council (ICC), said on Monday that its......
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Zimbabwe cricket board reinstated, team still suspended

The Zimbabwe cricket board has been reinstated by a government body in what could be the first step to ending a suspension by the International... ...

https://timesofindia.indiatimes.com/sports/cricket/news/zimbabwe-cricket-board-reinstated-team-still-suspended/articleshow/70606713.cms
Zimbabwe's Mnangagwa fires minister for 'inappropriate behaviour' after corruption charge

Zimbabwe President Emmerson Mnangagwa has fired his tourism minister, who was last month charged with corruption involving $95 million, a senior... ...

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Cyril Ramaphosa takes oath; vows to continue fight corruption

[South Africa], May 26 (ANI): Cyril Ramaphosa on Saturday sworn-in for a five-year term as president of South Africa, with a promise to continue to... ...

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Economists

[India], May 18 (ANI): From once being the richest country in Latin America -- owing to its large oil reserves -- to the ongoing humanitarian... ...

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