Australia captain Michael Clarke made history at the SCG to leave India fighting to avoid defeat in the second Test.
India reached 114 for two in their second innings at stumps on day three, a day dominated by Clarke’s unbeaten 329.
. . . → Read More: Clarke’s stunning performance sends another defeat down India’s path
Let’s bag it.
I’m talking about the 10th anniversary ceremonies for 9/11, and everything that goes with them: the solemn reading of the names of the dead, the tolling of bells, the honoring of first responders, the gathering of presidents, the dedication of the new memorial, the moments of silence. The works.
. . . → Read More: 9/11: Time to rip the band aid off
As the weather turns pleasant, tourists flock to Gilgit-Baltistan (G-B) after a harsh winter this year. The rising mercury coupled with extended hours of loadshedding compels families to break away from the humdrum of routine and breathe afresh in the hilly areas.
“We are very happy to be here and Skardu is next up, . . . → Read More: Power outages send people flocking to northern paradise
SWAT: When Noor Ahmad, owner of a hotel, came back to the scenic Swat valley after the restoration of peace his hotel had been damaged and plundered by the extremists. “Nothing was left,” he said.
The Taliban insurgency and monsoon floods badly affected tourism causing heavy financial losses to the hotel industry in Swat valley . . . → Read More: Reviving tourism: Aid rekindles hope among Swat hoteliers