Brazil vs Croatia: World Cup Quarter-final. Who will make it to the last four. For Luka Mordic, this could be his last shot to glory.
Croatia defeats Belgium: Croatia survives the head and leg of Romelu Lukaku. Batman Josko Gvardiol, the central back, denies Belgium a goal.
Moroccan magic, Croatian charm: Group F story. Belgium has to win big against Croatia if they have to make it to the next round.
Croatia vs Morocco: A goalless draw. Croatia will have to up the ante if they have to progress. Are they already missing Ante Rebic?
Saudi Arabia vs Argentina: Saudi has done the unthinkable, stunning two-time World Cup winners Argentina in their opening Group C game.
S K Sham: Sports Editor with the Platinum Touch. Sachin Tendulkar will release his book, Platinum Touch, on Saturday, Nov 19
Today, Our Mother Margaret celebrates her 90th Birthday. She fell short by 18. There is still that pang of separation. But I don’t grieve.
The Pepperfry experience: Imagine if Pepperfry has one Rinkee in every store of theirs… every Indian home will have one Pepperfry product.
The Help is a wonderful read. It takes the perfectly moulded characters through a memorable voyage creating an unbreakable bond between them.
Malhar 2022… celebrating a legacy with pride! This year saw a total of 1200 participants and 22,000 students making their way to the campus.
Ranveer Singh seems to have found support in Hollywood as supermodel Heidi Klum poses in a similar outfit, three days later.
Malhar 2022 the annual intercollegiate festival of St. Xavier’s College, Mumbai, is back, keeping its 43-year-old legacy intact.
Cardinal Oswald Bishop William: “They profess to know God, but deny Him by their actions. They are detestable, disobedient, and unfit…”
Sur Sanskaar Academy of Music: Opening Doorz to Hemangi Paknikar, a seasoned Indian Classical Vocalist, Musician, and Music Composer.
Cardinal Oswald Gracias: A disappointing witness to a watching world. The Catholic Church in India is chiselling away the faith of many.
Bollywood Stars of the ’50s and ’60s: Meena Kumari and Shammi Kapoor. Opening Doorz to a trip down memory lane.