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Sparks fly over Gilchrist’s comments
Gilchrist's autobiography which centers on the hostilities between the two teams in Australia last summer and saw India threaten to boycott the tour is bound to ruffle a few feathers here. The book questions Tendulkar's honesty throughout the acrimonious Harbhajan Singh-Andrew Symonds incident which occurred during the Test series between the two cricketing powers in Australia last summer. Australia claimed Harbhajan called him a monkey during a match but an independent tribunal later cleared the India off-spinner of the racial charge. The writing is clearly a part of marketing strategy that requires a sensational writing to sell books in Britain and Australia. It is very unfortunate that Gilchrist made such comments about Tendulkar. He should have thought twice before making such comments about Tendulkar, who is a great batsman and widely respected all over the cricketing world.
Zambia faces clean water crisis
There is urgent need for government to sink more bore holes in rural areas. Many boreholes that are in rural areas have not been working well as they have been overused.
Many people in areas such as Kabulwebulwe now fetch water from nearby shallow wells were cows and goats drink from. It is clear that this water poses a health risk. The scenario is not different from other rural areas in South Province, Chief Chikanta’s area where they need more than 200 bore holes. Many urban areas in Zambia however also suffer from lack of water because of low pressure and an increased population. Places like Mandevu Compound have for more than 20 years been having an erratic supply of water forcing people to fetch water from Matero township whose water supply is under rehabilitation. Lack of clean water is a major worry as every year the coming of the rain season sparks a Cholera outbreak which is also triggered by unsafe sanitary conditions.
Japan’s stressed medical system
This is not the first time that a person has lost life due to lack of immediate attention. Japan might boast universal health cover and some of the world's best medical technology, but an acute shortage of doctors is leaving some hospitals unable to treat even the emergency cases. Grueling work hours are discouraging people from entering the medical profession in a country where the population is rapidly ageing, foreign doctors are barred and a swelling public debt caps doctors' salaries. Doctors say they are also suffering as they come under intense emotional and physical stress, prompting some to leave the medical profession or resulting in death due to overwork or even suicide. With the human toll rising all across Japan only hollow promises have been shelved out and nothing concrete has been done to address the situation.
Nominee for 2008 CNN Hero awards
It is wonderful to see a Malawian woman to be nominated by CNN for her valuable work in solely funding a school (at Chigumula) called Jacaranda Foundation in order to help fight the impact of AIDs, a disease that has killed 14 of her family members, including her father and two brothers. The name for her school and its foundation support comes from the Jacaranda tree, which symbolizes hope. Thanks to Da Silva's passion, the school is now thriving in her childhood home of Chigumula and more than 200 children, most of whom are AIDS orphans, receive porridge every morning and education, free of charge. Orphans [in Malawi] are deeply underprivileged, their grandparents try to raise them, with no money, no food, no clothes amidst grueling poverty. Da Silva funds almost entire initiative by herself, sending US$1,000, about one-third of her monthly paycheck, to pay the salaries of 12 teachers and the headmaster, and purchase whatever supplies she can afford. According to UNAIDS, 14 percent of Malawi's adult population is infected with HIV and more than half a million children have been orphaned by the disease.
Is Harbhajan the man of his words. In this clip he spoke in front of NZ's national TV that he will not come to New Zealand again...Lets Wait n c !!!
Luminous Power Technologies, the leading Power & Energy Storage Company has announced its association with IPL as Power Partners of Mumbai Indians Team boasting of star players like Sachin Tendulkar, Harbhajan Singh, Zaheer Khan, Sanath Jayasuriya amongst others.
Cricketer Harbhajan Singh and actress Geeta Basra have been dating for a while but it now looks like they're ready to take it a little more ahead. Geeta recently met Harbhajan's parents.Bhajji had invited her to his sister, Sandeep Kaur's wedding in Jalandhar. It was a private ceremony but the way Geeta was treated by his family proves that her relationship with Bhajji will go far.
Bollywood Item girl Liza Malik, best known for her proposal to a cricker Harbhajan Singh on the reality show Dancing Queen, has found herself figuring on the radar of international bookmakers.
Harsha Bhogle says India talks about how important it is for India to show that being one of the top teams, they can still regain their position
even without their key players such as zaheer khan. He says that instead of more seemers, it is time that Harbhajan Singh, who has already proved that he is
a top wicket taker, must show his prowess. India on the other had, he says, are more balanced and not too much dependent on any single player and are looking
a better side at the moment
Harsha talks about how we pin our hopes on few chosen players such as Zaheer Khan, Virendra Sehwag and Harbhajan Singh. He also says that it is the right time for youngsters such as Ishant Raina and Praveen Kumar to prove their mettle.
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Pelosi meets Dalai Lama, Sharad pawar wants to go to elections as a combined
force with congress, Rajasthan passes contoversial conversion bill, Dhoni and Bhajji
passes fitness test, MF Husain's painting goes for a record bid at Christie's auction.
All about the last day of the first test match of the future cup in chennai. The match ended at draw