#Sri Lanka

London: On the eve of the crucial ICC Champions Trophy match against Sri Lanka at The Oval on Thursday, India skipper Virat Kohli asked his side to be “ruthless” and improve on the fielding, which lacked the sting during the opening tie against Pakistan. Defending champions India got off to a rollicking start, thrashing arch-rivals …

London: A confident India will look to booking a semi-final berth with a win against Sri Lanka, who will be boosted by the return of captain Angelo Mathews, but rain may mar the ICC Champions Trophy Group B encounter at The Oval here on Thursday. India’s confidence must be sky high having registered a massive …

London: On a high after thrashing arch-rivals Pakistan, India will have one eye on the semi-final spot when they take on Sri Lanka in a Group B clash of the ICC Champions Trophy on Thursday, but veteran off-spinner Harbhajan Singh cautioned Virat Kohli’s men to guard against any complacency in the match at The Oval. …

London: South Africa rode on a brilliant century by Hashim Amla and an outstanding four-fer by Imran Tahir to thump a clueless Sri Lanka by 96 runs in ICC Champions Trophy match at Kennington Oval ground here on Saturday. Amla scored a measured 103 off 115 deliveries and shared a 145-run stand with Faf du …

New Delhi:  After Sri Lanka, the Indian Navy has rushed two ships for relief and rescue operations in cyclone-hit Bangladesh, Navy chief Admiral Sunil Lanba said on Wednesday. sri lanka, indian navy, INS Sumitra is already deployed and has rescued 27 Bangladeshis who were washed off the shore by the cyclone. Another ship with relief material …

New Delhi: The first of the indigenous Scorpene submarines, Kalvari, is likely to be inducted in the Indian Navy by July-August, Navy chief Admiral Sunil Lanba said on Wednesday. “Kalvari is going through its final phase of trial and we are hopeful to take delivery sometime in July-August,” Lanba said on the sidelines of a …

"I offer my condolences," he wrote, "and prayers for all the families who have lost loved ones or have been affected by this devastating natural disaster. As a token of my sympathy and concern, I have asked the Dalai Lama Trust to make a donation to the relief and rescue work

New Delhi: Medical teams, boats and supplies were deployed in Sri Lanka by the Indian Navy on Monday as relief operations continued in the worst floods faced by the island nation since 2003, killing 164 while 104 people are still reported missing. Indian Naval ships INS Kirch, INS Jalashwa and INS Shardul from Southern Command …