Australia won by 95 runs: World Cup Semi Finals 2015 PDF Print E-mail
Thursday, 26 March 2015 17:17

Australia won by 95 runs

  • Steve Smith hit a century to guide hosts Australia to the World Cup final
  • His 105 featured 11 fours and two sixes as Australia posted total of 328
  • India were unable to respond and were bowled out for 233
  • James Faulkner took 3-59, while Johnson and Starc took two each
  • Australia will play New Zealand in Sunday's final in Melbourne
  • Steve Smith hit a sublime century as Australia reached the World Cup final with an imposing 95-run victory over reigning champions India on Thursday.

The 25-year-old hit 11 fours and two sixes as he made 105 as the co-hosts posted a daunting 328 for 7, despite suffering a mid-over collapse.

India’s response never materialised and although MS Dhoni made a run-a-ball 65 Australia always looked in control with Mitchell Johnson (2-50) and James Faulkner (3-59) bowled India out for 233.

Kanaka Durga Temple Rajagopuram, Mahamandapam Inauguration on 10th April PDF Print E-mail
Thursday, 26 March 2015 14:39

Mahamandapam  Rajagopuram Durga Temple Vijayawada 2

Sri Durga Malleswara Swamyvarla Devasthanam has made arrangements for inauguration of Mallikarjuna Mahamandapam and Rajagopuram on April 10.

Addressing a press conference here on Wednesday, Kanaka Durga temple Executive Officer Ch. Narsing Rao said that Chief Minister N. Chandrababu Naidu would inaugurate Mallikarjuna Mahamandapam and Rajagopuram. Purushottama Teertha Bharati of Sivaganga peetham, disciple of Sringeri seer, would install kalasa and yantra on Rajagopuram as per rituals, he said.

No more arrest for Facebook posts and Twitter tweets: Section 66 Goes PDF Print E-mail
Tuesday, 24 March 2015 16:07

No more arrest for Facebook posts and Twitter tweets Section 66 Goes

To much joy of netizens, The Apex Court of India quashed Section 66A, stating it is curbing right to freedom of expression.
WhatsApp's Voice Call new feature faces BAN PDF Print E-mail
Tuesday, 24 March 2015 16:02


While WhatsApp users all over the world are excited about the voice calling feature, the telecom operators in UAE seem to have a negative outlook towards this. 

WhatsApp’s efforts in building up a better communication platform seems to go partially in vain. A report by Emirates 24/7 stated that the two major telecom operators - Etisalat and Du blocked WhatsApp voice calls for UAE subscribers.


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