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Category Archives: Sports

HIL demands adapting in a short time: UP Wizards’ Peillat

Lucknow:  Argentine star drag-flicker Gonzalo Peillat says the beauty of playing in the Hockey India League (HIL) lies in the challenge of fitting into a team in a short span of time, apart from the financial benefits. The Rio Olympic champion on Tuesday felt that players from varied countries and cultures come together and train…

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Polling ends for bitterly contested HCA elections

Hyderabad:  Polling for the bitterly-contested elections to the Hyderabad Cricket Association (HCA) ended peacefully on Tuesday amid tight security with rival groups confident about their prospects. Out of 216 voters, 207 cast their votes to decide the electoral fortunes of 19 candidates for six posts. Tight security arrangements were made at the Rajiv Gandhi International…

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Harikrishna rises to joint second in Tata Steel Chess

Wijk aan Zee (Netherlands):  Indias grand master Pentala Harikrishna rose to the second position after three rounds of the ongoing Tata Steel chess tournament here. He shares the place with four other players, including World No. 1 Magnus Carlsen of Norway, each sitting pretty on two points after the third round ended late on Monday.…

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Smith best captain I have played under: Australia’s O’ Keefe

Melbourne: Australia’s left arm spinner Steve O’ Keefe on Tuesday praised Steven Smith after the skipper was criticised for his tactics, described him as one of the best leaders he has played under. Smith’s predecessor Michael Clarke, along with spin veteran Shane Warne, criticised the skipper for the use of spinner Nathon Lyon during the…

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Gujarat 47-0, need 265 runs to clinch maiden Ranji title

Indore:  Doughty challengers Gujarat — aiming for their maiden title — were on Friday set a 312-run winning target by record champions Mumbai in the 83rd Ranji Trophy cricket final here. After Gujarat dismissed Mumbai for 411 in their second innings, openers Priyank Kirit Panchal (34 not out) and Samit Gohel (8 not out) were…

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Sports Ministry revokes IOA suspension

New Delhi: The Sports Ministry on Friday lifted the suspension of recognition accorded to the Indian Olympic Association (IOA) after the national sports body revoked its earlier decision to appoint former chiefs Abhay Singh Chautala and Suresh Kalmadi as honorary life presidents. The IOA’s Annual General Meeting on December 27 last year had reportedly passed…

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Wade stars as Australia beat Pakistan by 92 runs

Brisbane:  Wicketkeeper-batsman Mathew Wade slammed an unbeaten century as Australia defeated Pakistan by 92 runs in the first One-Day International at the Brisbane Cricket Ground on Friday. Wicketkeeper batsman Mathew Wade (100 not out) and Glen Maxwell (60) were the major contributors in Australia’s 268/9 in 50 overs. For Pakistan, Hasan Ali scalped three wickets…

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Changed my batting order for team, will do so again: Dhoni

Pune:  India’s outgoing skipper for the limited overs team Mahendra Singh Dhoni on Friday said he changed his batting order according to the team’s requirement. Dhoni recently stepped down from captaincy of One-Day International and T20 International teams. He also said he is ready to change his batting order again “if the team wants me…

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Kalinga Lancers’ Sanjeep charged up for HIL debut

New Delhi:  India’s Under-18 hockey team skipper Nilam Sanjeep Xess, who is making his Hockey India League (HIL) debut in the upcoming edition, on Wednesday said playing in the cash-rich league will go a long way in helping him improve his overall game. The teenage defender, who hails from Bargarh district in Odisha, said the…

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