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  • Fatigue, Warner's form worry Australia ahead of series finale

    23 March, 2017 8:08 AM 15

    Australia were supposed to be fodder for an impregnable Indian team basking in their home surrounds. Australia's batsmen were set to be strangled and tangled on lower and slower pitches they historically are clueless in countering. Their maligned spinners seemed capable of being little more than human bowling machines against vaunted Indian batsmen

  • ISSF Shotgun World Cup: Ankur Mittal wins double trap gold in Acapulco

    23 March, 2017 5:24 AM 18

    Ankur Mittal ended with 75 points out of possible 80 in the six-man final to win India's first medal in the competition while his Australian rival James Willet managed 73. New Delhi: India's Ankur Mittal won the men's double trap event to win his first World Cup gold at the ISSF Shotgun World Cup in Acapulco, Mexico on Wednesday. Mittal ended with 75 points

  • Five epic India v Australia series-deciding Tests

    23 March, 2017 3:47 AM 12

    Ahead of the deciding Test of the Border-Gavaskar Trophy in Dharamsala, here’s a look at some classic Test series deciders between India and Australia. NEW DELHI: If it seemed unthinkable that there would be a deadlock heading into the fourth and final Test of the Border-Gavaskar Trophy, it was because Virat Kohli's team was on a record unbeaten home streak

  • Not sure Virat Kohli knows how to spell 'sorry': Cricket Australia chief James Sutherland

    22 March, 2017 8:25 PM 13

    Virat Kohli continues to in the firing line of Australia's cricket fraternity. After an Aussie newspaper compared him to Donald Trump, CA boss James Sutherland said he wasn't sure the Indian captain could spell the word sorry. A day after Australian media compared Virat Kohli to the United States President Donald Trump, the India captain continues to be in the firing

  • Virat Kohli Should Behave Better, Says Geoff Lawson

    22 March, 2017 8:25 PM 17

    Former Australian bowler Geoff Lawson has slammed Virat Kohli, urging him to show more responsibilty and better behaviour as captain of the Indian cricket team. Former Australian bowler Geoff Lawson has slammed Virat Kohli, urging him to show more responsibility and better behaviour as captain of the Indian cricket team. "As a leader and as a captain

  • ONGC begins with a win

    22 March, 2017 7:50 PM 18

    Vishesh Bhriguvanshi (26 points) and Amritpal Singh (19 points) did the bulk of the scoring as defending champion ONGC (Uttarakhand) defeated first-time entrant Central Railways (CR) 75-64 in the men’s Group B league of the 31st Federation Cup basketball championship here on Wednesday. ONGC fielded its top five at the start, but they failed to fire early

  • Not sure if Virat Kohli knows how to spell 'sorry': Cricket Australia chief James Sutherland

    22 March, 2017 5:20 PM 10

    New Delhi: Cricket Australia chief James Sutherland on Wednesday took a dig at Virat Kohli, saying he is not sure if the Indian captain knows hot spell the "sorry" word. "Look I am not sure he knows how to spell the word," said Sutherland said on a radio chat with Australian channel Fiveaa. Sutherland's witty response came when the radio jockey asked

  • Still Priceless! Sanjay Manjrekar pulls up Sachin Tendulkar for poor shot, and gets trolled by fans — VINTAGE PHOTO

    22 March, 2017 4:11 PM 15

    New Delhi: Former Indian batsman Sanjay Manjrekar recently pulled up Sachin Tendulkar for a poor shot, saying the Master Blaster could have done better with his photography. Manjrekar, now a known commentator, shared an old photograph, shot by Tendulkar. And he wrote, "Trying to show off our biceps in the 90s. Pic off centre isn't it ? He was better

  • India win eight medals in para Athletics Grand Prix

    22 March, 2017 3:42 PM 17

    Three golds and one silver medal after the second day of competition Indian para athletes bagged eight medals, including three gold, in the 9th Fazza International IPC Athletics Grand Prix in Dubai. With 3 gold, 1 silver and 4 bronze medals till the second day of competition, India are currently at the seventh spot out of 48 participating countries

  • BCCI doubles central contracts; Dhoni in Grade A, Raina out

    22 March, 2017 3:39 PM 9

    NEW DELHI: The BCCI today doubled the Annual Retainership fee of India's 32 centrally contracted cricketers with current skipper Virat Kohli and former captain Mahendra Singh Dhoni in the Rs 2 crore Grade A bracket along with five others. The COA today announced that Grade A players would now be getting Rs 2 crore as compared to the earlier Rs 1 crore