New Zealand will miss the services of injured opener Martin Guptill and pace spearhead Trent Boult even as all-rounder Corey Anderson and stumper Glenn Phillips were included in the 13-man Kiwi squad for the three-match T20 International series against Pakistan, starting October 31.Anderson, who underwent a surgery on his spine in 2017, last turned out for New Zealand during the ICC Champions Trophy last year.The all-rounder is currently leading New Zealand A team on their tour of the United Arab...
Bollywood style icon and splendid performer Malaika Arora Khan on Tuesday turned 45.
Hard to believe right? This Indian heartthrob is an ageless beauty who is ever glowing and gleaming. Paparazzi's favourite Malaika has always rocked every fashion style from red carpets to casual airport looks, to even her gym get-ups.
Let's have a glimpse of Malaika's looks that turned heads.
Malaika Arora sizzling at the red carpet.
Malaika on casual days.
Malaika's gym looks.
Giving out her opinions on the ongoing protests against the Supreme Court judgement that allows women of all menstruating age to enter into the Sabarimala temple in Kerala, Union Cabinet Minister Smriti Irani on Tuesday said, "I have the right to pray, but not to desecrate."
"I am nobody to comment on the Supreme Court verdict because I am a serving minister. But I believe I have the right to pray, but not the right to desecrate. And that is the difference we need to recognize and respect," Irani...
Baahubali Actor Prabhas turned 39 on Tuesday. He is one of the most celebrated actors who has come out of the Tamil Cinema.
On one hand where Prabhas's fans celebrated his birthday by doing more than 31 lakhs tweets on social site Twitter, on the other Prabhas surprised his fans as the makers teased a special content of his upcoming movie ‘Saaho’ on the occasion his birthday.
Saaho is an upcoming Indian cyberpunk action film written and directed by Sujeeth. The film stars Prabhas, Shraddha...
Hyundai Motor India on Tuesday has launched its revamped SANTRO at an introductory price of Rs 3.89 lakh.
Designed to meet all the needs of a family with ample space and convenience, the all-new SANTRO has more space from its previous variants with updated technology with lots of features.
Here is the most awaited #AllNewSANTRO Introductory Price starting at 3.89 Lacs for first 50,000 bookings only. Experience India's favourite family car and book a Test Drive today. pic.twitter.com/OYeSUNDZOG
The Supreme Court on Tuesday denied to impose a blanket ban on the sale of firecrackers ahead of Diwali, the bench however issued strict guidelines regarding the sale and manufacturing of the same.
A division bench presided by Justice AK Sikhri and Justice Ashok Bhushan permitted the sale and manufacture of green and low emission crackers. The bench also banned the online sale of crackers and it also put a restraint on e-commerce portals from selling them and the responsibility is placed on the...
War Of The Worlds! Mysterious Fireball Caught On Camera In Thailand
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September 8 , 2015 , 11:36 IST
People in Thailand were left stunned on Monday after a mystery fireball streaked through clear blue daytime skies. The phenomena also got captured on camera and quickly lit up social media.
The fireball -- thought to be an asteroid -- was seen over the Thai capital on Tuesday during the morning rush hour and the images were widely shared on social media.
Footage from one Bangkok dashboard car camera captured a fireball followed by a brilliant white flash, that was also seen across the country.
"It was the middle of a blue sky day and there was a quick, bright light coming down," said Porjai Jaturongkhakun whose dashcam recorded the scene as he drove to work.
"I usually see shooting stars at night but I have never seen one in the day before," the 30-year-old satellite engineer told AFP.
Porjai was one of a number of Thais who managed to capture the dramatic incident on their car dashboard cameras -- with such footage and witness accounts quickly going viral on social media.
The Institute of Astronomical Research of Thailand reported the object was from space and turned into a fireball as it plummeted towards earth. The object burned up about 100 kilometres above the ground.
Personnel at Bangkok's planetarium said the object could have been a burning balloon or space junk, according to the Bangkok Post newspaper.
There were no reports of downed or missing aircraft in the area at the time.
"It was a meteor for sure, I am confident, because it was fast and very bright", Voravit Tanvuttibundit, adviser to the National Astronomical Research Institute of Thailand told AFP on Monday.
In a country imbued with superstition, many took the meteor strike as an ill omen.
"It was a bad sign showing the country and the government is in chaos," Facebook user Dilok Jantaradilok wrote.
What we often call "falling stars" are actually tiny bits of space rock that smash into the atmosphere at about 60 kilometres per second, burning up in flashes of light.