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Top reads of the day! 

Carnatic vocalist Radha Vishwanathan, 83, daughter of M.S. Subbulakshmi, who accompanied the legendary musician for nearly five decades on stage, died in Bengaluru on Tuesday night. Read more here

The lovebirds Anushka & Virat spotted lunching with Akshay Kumar in Cape Town. Read more here

Our song of the day has been trending today we featured South Africa’s Deshan Styler Naidoo. Watch Maruthamalai Mamaniye Murugaiyya a Murugan devotional song in Stylers well STYLE!. Watch here

#9BOY Matric results are almost here for everyone! Preshen and his Amma share some Hadvice to DIE for. Watch the madness here

In South Africa with the imminent release of the #MatricResults2017 thousands of parents & learners who expect they may not have done as well as required are feeling anxious and uncertain about the future. Read more here

Shashi Tharoor wants to know why make Hindi an official language at UN. Read more here

Travel 

Destination India the sights and sounds of Madhya Pradesh is a must experience! There are many places to visit in this city of Madhya Pradesh. Being home to a very diverse population, it has gurudwaras, masjids, churches, a world-famous dargah and many notable temples. The magnificent structures that still stand across the city give you a glimpse of what Mughal life was like in that period. Watch here

#Wanderlust Our photo of the day goes to Faaiq Ebrahim Khan for capturing the beauty of the KZN Midlands in one snap at the Saddle & Trout Resort. Have a dekko here

The great night of Lord Shiva in Mauritius is one to experience, Shivaratri will be held on 13 February 2018. Check out this #Shivaratri travel package here

Entertainment & Culture

Nayanthara has written a letter to her fans, thanking them for the love and support and making Aramm a big success. Read more here

#SHEMATTERS: Why has the sindoor been given so much importance anyway, considering that the whole of South India has no tradition of wearing it?  Read more here 

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I don’t like cricket, I LOVE it!

India will tour South Africa for a three-Test, six-ODI and three-Twenty20 series, starting this Friday, January 5 and it is being touted as the most challenging assignment so far for Kohli as captain.

The Men In Blue will play the first Test on January 5, 2018 in Cape Town. Centurion will hold the second Test between the two countries from January 13, while the third and the final Test of the series is scheduled for January 24.

  1. IND v SA full schedule click here
  2. India’s bond with SA on and off the field click here
  3. Cricketer Dhawan’s family blocked from travelling to SA click here 

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