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  • Jason Holder : Even Windies team which had Brian couldn’t win Test series in India

    Hyderabad :  West Indies skipper Jason Holder on Wednesday took a dig at his team’s critics, pointing out that even a far superior Caribbean outfit of the 90’s, including the legendary Brian Lara, couldn’t win a Test series in India. West Indies last drew an away Test series against India way back in 1994 when Lara scored 91 at Mohali. However, that was the only Test series that Lara played in India.

  • Paddler Archana goes down fighting in semi

    Buenos Aires:  Archana Kamath’s stunning run in the table tennis competition of the Youth Olympics ended with a loss in the semi-finals here on Wednesday. She lost 1-4 after valiantly trying to unravel the second seed from China, Yingsha Sun, in a tense encounter. Archana is still in the running for the bronze medal though, when she takes on Romania’s Andreea Dragoman later in the evening, early morning in India.

  • Umesh is unfortunate, Rahul needs to be persisted with: Bowling coach

    Hyderabad : Opener KL Rahul is an “outstanding talent” who needs to be “persisted with” but fast bowler Umesh Yadav, who gets frequently dropped after one failure is an “unfortunate” player, according to Indian bowling coach Bharath Arun. Despite 14 failures in 16 Test knocks, Rahul may get another chance in the second Test against the West Indies, looking at Australia Tests while Umesh will have to make way when Jasprit Bumrah

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    Supreme Court may decide fate of India vs West Indies ODI in Mumbai

    Mumbai: The issue of feasibility of conducting a One-Day International match between India and West Indies in Mumbai on October 29 is likely to land in the Supreme Court. Secretary of the Mumbai Cricket Association (MCA) Unmesh Khanwilkar and another member had approached the Bombay High Court, seeking appointment of an ad-hoc committee for the ODI.

  • That was quick! Nepal rout China for 26, then chase target in two overs in ICC WT20 qualifier

    Kuala Lumpur : Nepali spinners spun a web around the Chinese batsmen, routing them for 26 before their openers breached the target in just two overs to register a thumping 10-wicket victory against China in the ongoing ICC World Twenty20 Asia Qualifier ‘B’ trophy at Bayuemas Oval in Malaysia’s Pandamaran on Wednesday.

  • Pro Kabaddi league 2018: U Mumba bounce back to beat Jaipur Pink Panthers

    Chennai: U Mumba made a strong comeback to beat Jaipur Pink Panthers 39-32 in the Vivo Pro Kabaddi Season VI here Wednesday. Siddharth Desai scored 13 raid points for U Mumba and was their star  performer. He was ably supported by Rohit Baliyan who chipped with seven raid points.

  • Pakistan vs Australia 1st Test Day 5 at Dubai: Live cricket score; live streaming: When and where to watch in India

    Pakistan kept their nerve as they are set for a win against Australia in 1st Test played at Dubai, however, they are still miles away. Similar to first innings, Aussies had a good start with openers, Finch and Khawaja, scoring 49, and 50, respectively. However, after the openers got out, the batting line collapsed with Pakistan needing 7 wickets to win on the final day of 1st Test.

  • I encourage people who come forward andspeak, says Sindhu on #MeToo

    New Delhi:  With #MeToo movement gaining momentum in India, ace Indian shuttler PV Sindhu has extended her support to the victims of sexual harassment saying that she encourages people who come forward and talk about it. “It is a very great initiative. I appreciate it. I encourage people who come forward and spoke about it. I respect it,” Sindhu told media here. Earlier, doubles badminton player Jwala Gutta had opened about her

  • No time for celebrations, Jeremy looks to bulk up for Tokyo dream

    New Delhi :  He is living an Olympic dream at 15 but Indian weightlifting sensation Jeremy Lalrinnunga has no time to stay in the moment as he has to bulk up in pursuit of a bigger Olympic goal in less than two years. The Mizo teen, touted as the next best thing in Indian weightlifting, came up with a personal best effort in the 62kg category to clinch India’s first gold medal

  • Abbas’ triple brings Pakistan closer to win over Aussies

    Dubai : Hard-working fast bowler Mohammad Abbas took three wickets in seven balls to bring Pakistan closer to victory in the first Test against Australia in Dubai on Wednesday. The right-arm medium pacer dismissed Aaron Finch (49) and the Marsh brothers — Shaun and Mitchell – for ducks as Australia slumped from 87 without loss to finish the fourth day at 136-3. At stumps, opener Usman Khawaja was batting on a fighting

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    ‘If fit, Chris Gayle will certainly play 2019 World Cup’

    Hyderabad: He may have chosen the Afghanistan Premier League (APL) over international cricket but Chris Gayle will “definitely play” next year’s World Cup, provided his near 40-year-old-body is able to withstand the rigours, West Indies captain Jason Holder said on Wednesday. Gayle, who is not a centrally contracted West Indies cricketer, signed off his List ‘A’ career for Jamaica with a century against Barbados.

  • Saurabh gets golden shine

    Buenos Aires : Pulling the trigger to the best of his ability, Saurabh Chaudhary gunned down the men’s 10m air pistol gold, capping off the Indian shooting team’s campaign at the Youth Olympics here on Wednesday in the manner that befits its best-ever showing. The 16-year-old Chaudhary dominated the final, shooting 244.2 to finish on top of the podium ahead of South Korea’s Sung Yunho (236.7). Switzerland’s Solari Jason bagged the bronze

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