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Shawwal 17,1436 AH

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Zohar: 12.32 pm
Asar: 4.50 pm
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Isha: 8.07 pm
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sunrise tomorrow 5.56 am
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Moonset today 8.38 am

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Amit Mishra of India A celebrates after taking a wicket during the 4-day match against Australia ‘A’ in Chennai (Photo: AP)
3rd Aug, 2015
Kohli himself showed strong intent thing by volunteering to play
Rahul scored a brilliant hundred in the Sydney Test earlier this year.
3rd Aug, 2015
Acknowledging the selection headache, Kohli said the problem of plenty was never bad
Ajinkya Rahane
3rd Aug, 2015
Rahane never let his leader down as he came up with commendable performances in South Africa, NZ
Virat Kohli
3rd Aug, 2015
Asked about his response, Kohli said he was fine with the BCCI proposal
Zimbabwe cricketers Sean Williams (left) and Craig Ervine walk off the pitch after beating New Zealand in the first ODI at the Harare Sports Club on Sunday. (Photo: AP)
2nd Aug, 2015
Zimbabwe stun New Zealand in first ODI, win by seven wickets
Bangladesh will host Australia in the coastal city of Chittagong for the first Test from October 9 to 13 before playing the second in Dhaka from October 17 to 21. (Photo: AP)
2nd Aug, 2015
Series will be first between the nations since Australia's 2-0 victory during their tour in 2006
Pakistan cricketers Imad Wasim (R) and Mohammad Irfan celebrate the victory against Sri Lanka in the second T20 in Colombo on Saturday. (Photo: AP)
2nd Aug, 2015
Pak coach praises players’ attitude which led them to beat Sri Lanka in all forms
2nd Aug, 2015
PCB chairman Shaharyar Khan says he cannot afford to leave window unused



KPCC president G. Parameshwar
Dr G. Parameshwar said that BBMP elections are very important for the party
The clean broad footpath with greenary around at Boat Club in Chennai. (Photo: DC)
Burn some calories and earn a few health brownie points
Information minister Roshan Baig, former Union minister K. Rahman Khan and former minister C.M. Ibrahim at a Congress party meeting convened in Bengaluru on Sunday.
The ruling party has taken the civic poll as a prestige issue