First Asian T-20 Cricket Cup for the Deaf and Dumb commences in Dharamsala

Dharamsala, Nov 22 (ANI): Differently-abled cricketers showcased their talent on the cricket grounds of Dharamsala at the maiden Asian T-20 Cricket Cup for Deaf and Dumb. The tournament has been organized by the Delhi Deaf and Dumb Cricket Society. Teams from Pakistan, Nepal, Sri Lanka, Bangladesh and India are set to battle it out on the fields of the International Dharamsala Cricket Stadium. The tournament which started on November 20 will go on till November 23. Spokesperson of the Himachal Pradesh Cricket Association (HPCA), Sanjay Sharma, said that the organization aimed to make the game available to all sections of society. Cricketers from the five south Asian countries were delighted to be able to play as they try hard to win. Nov 22, 2014

Mountain rescue in Swiss Alps left to private companies

The Swiss Alps claim hundreds of lives a year, with an increasing number of tourists drawn to the perilous peaks. Despite the dangers, the responsibility for rescue operations is left to private helicopter companies like Air Zermatt. Duration: 01:56 Nov 22, 2014