Big matches today - PKL: Bengal Warriors vs Telugu Titans

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Here are the big sports events lined up for Tuesday (October 16) that comprise the action from Pro Kabaddi and Denmark Open Badminton in which PV Sindhu, Saina Nehwal and Kidambi Srikanth will play their first round matches.

CCI gears up to host India-West Indies ODI in Mumbai

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With international cricket returning to its fold after several years, the Cricket Club of India (CCI) here is all set to host the fourth ODI between India and West Indies on October 29.

No Messi but Argentina 'have to' beat Brazil, says Romero

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Argentina may be without superstar Lionel Messi but the two-time world champions simply must beat Brazil in a friendly in Saudi Arabia on Tuesday, Manchester United goalkeeper Sergio Romero says.

Indian hockey team leaves for Asian Champions Trophy

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The 18-member Indian men's hockey team, led by midfielder Manpreet Singh, on Monday left for the 5th Hero Asian Champions Trophy, starting October 18 in Muscat.

Weren't even 10% of what Shaw is when we were 18, 19: Virat Kohli

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Speaking about Prithvi Shaw, captain Virat Kohli said, "Rare control against the new ball is a great skill. None of us were even 10% of what he is when we were 18, 19. He has to build on that, but a guy coming and playing like that in his first series is a great sign for Indian cricket."

ICC set to impose tougher sanctions

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Wider scrutiny of the mushrooming Twenty20 and T10 leagues around the world will be the key issue on the discussion table when the International Crick

Rajini third

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India’s Rajini Krishnan had a productive outing in the fourth and fifth rounds of the Malaysian superbike championship with three podiums, including a

Hyderabad capitalises on Andhra’s collapse

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Siraj strikes overshadows a gallant chase by Hanuma Vihari and Ricky Bhui

There is a bit of Tendulkar, Sehwag and Lara in Prithvi, says Shastri

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Shastri was speaking after India completed a 2-0 series sweep over the West Indies with a 10-wicket victory.

PKL: Bulls in search of a ‘home’

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Looking at Chennai, Pune: team owner

India vs Windies Test series: A case of missed opportunities

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Series result aside, India don't make the most of the last Test series before the challenge Down Under.

Australia target first Asia series win since 2011, says Tim Paine

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The trying conditions of the pitches and hot weather have stopped Australia from winning a series since they beat Sri Lanka in 2011.

Jharkhand, Hyderabad reach Vijay Hazare Trophy semis

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Left-arm spinner Anukul Roy picked up a four-wicket haul as Jharkhand beat Maharashtra by eight wickets in a rain-hit match to enter the semifinals of the Vijay Hazare Trophy here on Monday.

ICC set to impose tougher sanctions for mushrooming T20 leagues

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Wider scrutiny of the mushrooming Twenty20 and T10 leagues around the world will be the key issue on the discussion table when the International Cricket Council (ICC) begins a series of meetings, from Tuesday.

Mancini off the mark as Italy awaken after winless year

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It was the first competitive win for the four-time world champions since a 1-0 victory over Albania on October 9, 2017.

Djokovic closing in on Nadal's No. 1 spot

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Novak Djokovic is closing in on Rafael Nadal's number one spot after winning the Shanghai Masters title, according to ATP rankings released on Monday.

Virat Kohli shares his success mantra: Focus and hard work

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Having gone down 1-4 to the English in the Test series in England, Indian cricket captain Virat Kohli steered the team back to winning ways, albeit at home, thanks to a dominant 2-0 series whitewash against a depleted West Indies team.

Mick Schumacher following in father's footsteps

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Formula One legend Michael Schumacher's health status has been kept under wraps for a while now. The 7 Time Formula One World champion suffered serious head injuries during a skiing accident in December 2013. His son Mick meanwhile is not leaving any stone unturned to take his father legacy forward.

Sedulous, Velocidad, Lady Legend and Areca Legend impress

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Sedulous, Velocidad, Lady Legend and Areca Legend impressed when the horses were exercised here on Monday morning (Oct. 15). Inner sand:1000m: Haedi'

Cupido and Excellent Sorrento catch the eye

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Cupido and Excellent Sorrento caught the eye when the horses were exercised here on Monday morning (Oct. 15).Sand track:800m: Makino (app) 55, 600/40

Sanath Jayasuriya charged for breaching ICC anti-corruption code

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Starting on Monday, Sanath Jayasuriya has 14 days to respond to the charges.

Biraghi’s late goal hands Italy 1-0 win; new NBA season begins with Celtics taking on 76ers

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Not in the mood to go through the sports news in detail, but can’t quite get yourself to do away with it either? Here’s what we have to offer: read on to get a summary of all the main sports events.

Youth Olympics: Indian men’s and women’s hockey team bag silver

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While the women suffered a heart-breaking 1-3 loss against hosts Argentina, the men were handed a 2-4 loss by Malaysia.

ICC charges Sanath Jayasuriya under anti-corruption code

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Sri Lanka batting great Sanath Jayasuriya has been charged with two counts of breaching the International Cricket Council's anti-corruption code, the world governing body said on Monday.

Nadal holds top spot in ATP rankings, Djokovic in second

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Simona Halep has secured the year-end number one ranking in the WTA standings for the second year running.

Third opener, second wicketkeeper still grey areas for Australia Test tour

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The skipper’s certificate seals the deal with Shaw-Rahul at least getting one more shot as a pair in Adelaide.

PKL 2018: Schedule, Match timing, venue and results

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The sixth season of the Pro Kabaddi League (PKL) began on October 7 instead of October 5.

ICC rankings: Kohli maintains top spot; Shaw, Pant make big gains

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India captain Virat Kohli remains the number one Test batsmen while Prithvi Shaw and Rishabh Pant have made big gains in the latest ICC rankings foll

ICC rankings: Kohli at top spot; Shaw, Pant make big gains

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India captain Virat Kohli remains the number one Test batsmen while Prithvi Shaw and Rishabh Pant have made big gains in the latest ICC rankings following the home series against the West Indies.

Usain Bolt fumes over drug test notice

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Sprint legend Usain Bolt says he's stunned after being handed a drug testing notice despite retiring from athletics and having no professional contract as he bids to launch a football career in Australia.

Harendra Singh: Players must understand their responsibility

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There's nothing really that one can do to alter the past. Indian men's hockey has felt that pain after every big tournament in 2018, agonisingly missing the gold at the Champions Trophy and failing to reach the final of Commonwealth Games (CWG) and Asian Games. So what can the Indian hockey fans expect from the team at the year-end World Cup at home?

Third opener, second wicketkeeper still grey areas for Australia Test tour

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The Indian team management and the national selection committee will have to address few core issues when they decide on the Test squad for Australia, the primary concerns being a third opener and a second wicketkeeper for five-day games.

'Paes-Bhupathi, Sania were miracles that happen every 30-40 years'

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Mahesh Bhupathi spoke freely about the 19 months into the job as Davis Cup captain, the highs and the heartbreaks, the progress of his boys and why having another Lee-Hesh on India’s tennis circuit shouldn’t be a natural expectation.

Sindhu, Saina to lead Indian challenge in Denmark Open badminton

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Olympic medallists P.V. Sindhu and Saina Nehwal will lead a strong Indian challenge at the Denmark Open badminton tournament which gets under way in

Chhetri-Constantine tussle plays out off turf

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Before India's first friendly against China in 21 years on Saturday, Coach Stephen Constantine had announced that defender Sandesh Jhingan will be captain overlooking the talismanic Sunil Chhetri, who has scored a record 65 goals. Chhetri fell out with Constantine when he asked AIFF to appoint a new coach who has fresh ideas.

Youth Olympics: India get silvers in men's and women's hockey

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The Indian men's and women's hockey teams went down in their respective finals but managed to script history by picking up their maiden silver medals in the five-a-side competition of the Youth Olympic Games.

India register 10th successive series win at home to equal Australia's record

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In engineering a spectacular collapse that lasted a mere 46.1 overs and saw Windies roll over for 127 on Sunday, Umesh Yadav ensured a meagre target of 72 runs that India achieved to win the second Test by 10 wickets and the series 2-0 - their 10th straight series win at home since losing to England in 2012.

2nd Test: India 'surprised' by 3rd umpire's decision against Virat Kohli

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Bengaluru, March 6: Decision Review System (DRS) again came into focus after Indian captain Virat Kohli was upset with his dismissal and the team was "surprised" on the 3rd day of the 2nd Test against Australia here today, March 6. [2nd

Chennaiyin FC officially part ways with Italian manager Marco Materazzi

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Chennai, March 6: Indian Super League franchise Chennaiyin FC have officially parted ways with their Italian manager Marco Materazzi on a mutual consent. All leagues special site The former World Cup-winning footballer who was in charge of the Chennai-based franchise as

2nd Test in balance, expect 'exhilarating stuff' in last 2 days: Sanjay Bangar

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Bengaluru, March 6: Stating that the 2nd Test between India and Australia was in the balance, hosts' batting coach Sanjay Bangar feels there could be some "exhilarating stuff" in the last two days of the contest here at M Chinnaswamy Stadium.

2nd Test: 'Temperatures are rising', says Josh Hazlewood

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Bengaluru, March 6: Australian paceman Josh Hazlewood today, March 6, admitted that "temperatures are rising a little bit" in the ongoing Test series against India. Match scorecard; Photos; Series schedule; Day 3 report On the 3rd day of the 2nd Test,

India Vs Australia: Pujara-Rahane gritty partnership puts cricketing world in their awe

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New Delhi, March 6: Cheteshwar Pujara and Ajinkya Rahane showed great resolve in the final session of the third day as India fought back hard to take 126-run lead against Australia in the second Test. Series schedule; Photos; Day 3 report;

I-League 2017: Schedule for game week 13 and channel information

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Bengaluru, Mar 6: I-League game week 13 kicks off on Tuesday, March 7, with Minerva Punjab FC taking on Shillong Lajong at the Guru Nanak Stadium, Ludhiana. All leagues special site; I-League latest points table Minerva Punjab who are struggling at the

Vijay Hazare Trophy: Jharkhand enter quarters with luck and pluck

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Kalyani, Mar 6: MS Dhoni led Jharkhand entered the quarterfinals of the Vijay Hazare Trophy with a six-wicket thrashing of Jammu and Kashmir here today, March 6. Their campaign in tatters after their 21-run loss to Hyderabad, Jharkhand not only needed

UCL 2016/17: Schedule for game week 1, round of 16 (second leg)

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Bengaluru, Mar 6: UEFA Champions League (UCL) round of 16 second leg kicks off on Wednesday, March 8, with Napoli taking on Real Madrid and Arsenal locking horns with Bayern Munich. All leagues special site; UCL special site Real Madrid have

Leander Paes retained in Indian Davis Cup team

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New Delhi, Mar 6: Veteran tennis star Leander Paes was today retained in the Indian Davis Cup team for next month's Asia/Oceania Zone tie against Uzbekistan. Indian Selectors to deliberate over Paes' future The tie, which will be India's first with

FIFA U-17 World Cup LOC launch volunteer programme

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New Delhi, March 6: The Local Organising Committee (LOC) for the FIFA U-17 World Cup India 2017 on Monday, March 6, launched its volunteer programme. All leagues special siteThe programme aims to reach out to people over 18 years, from a

PHOTOS: EPL - Game week 27, Liverpool thrash Arsenal

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Bengaluru, Mar 6: English Premier League (EPL) game week 27 kicked off with Manchester United's disappointing 1-1 draw against minnows AFC Bournemouth. All leagues special site; EPL latest points table; EPL game week 27 roundup The Red Devils were on the back

HCA accused of spending Rs 75 lakhs to feed officials during India-Bangladesh Test

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Hyderbad, March 6: The Hyderabad Cricket Association (HCA) has come under fire for allegedly spending Rs 75 lakhs to feed officials during the one-off between India and Bangladesh last month. 'Unbeaten' India thump Bangladesh by 208 runs in one-off Test

Preview: I-League - Buoyant East Bengal face rejuvenated Churchill Brothers

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Kolkata, Mar 6: Buoyed by their away win against Shillong Lajong FC, leaders East Bengal next face a resurgent Churchill Brothers, as they seek to consolidate their position atop the standings, in I-League. All leagues special site; I-League latest points table

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Museum on PMs at Teen Murti Estate off to a start, ministers perform ground breaking ceremony

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The project, being jointly executed by the ministries of culture and urban development, is expected to be completed in about one year from the date of commission. The government has already approved the design for the proposed museum.

Desi pilots on the rise: First New York-Singapore longest nonstop piloted by Indian origin captains

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With a flying time of almost 19 hours to cover 16,800 km, this nonstop has two sets of pilots with each set having a Captain and a first officer (FO). SIA, which has almost 2,000 pilots, did not say how many of them are of Indian origin. Indian pilots have being proving their mettle globally and foreign airlines are getting to fly the latest aircraft.

Kohinoor surrendered to British, declares ASI

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The Archeological Survey of India (ASI), however, has contradicted the government’s stand by stating in a recent RTI reply that the diamond was in fact “surrendered” by the Maharaja of Lahore to Queen Victoria of England. In its response to a PIL, the government had said that Maharaja Ranjit Singh’s kin had given the Kohinoor to the British as “voluntary compensation” to cover the expenses of the Anglo-Sikh War.

Big pharma proposes launch of low priced ‘second brands’ for Ayushman Bharat health insurance scheme

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Urging the government to create “policy provisions” to allow launch of second brands for introduction into the state-run insurance scheme, the US India Business Council (USIBC) asked the government for a safeguard policy mechanism so that such supplies are exempted from price referencing.

Toiling for generations but not farmers yet

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Women in agriculture face multiple challenges due to lack of land entitlements, recognition

Plot to attack Punjab leader foiled, 3 arrested

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Trio Khalistani sympathisers, say cops; two rifles snatched recently from policemen recovered

Haryana govt. indifferent towards farmers: Surjewala

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‘Forced to sell paddy and bajra at a lower rate than MSP’

Attack on judge’s kin: Gurugram court suspends work in solidarity

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Judge’s son on life support, wife cremated on Monday

Man behind illegal liquor unit in Ghaziabad held

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The Gautam Buddh Nagar police Monday said they have arrested the key person who was running an illegal liquor factory in Ghaziabad that was busted in

FIR registered against 12 men for forgery

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Accused forged documents, withdrew ₹8 crore from various banks: complainant

Youth Congress holds protest, demands M.J. Akbar’s resignation

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The Indian Youth Congress (IYC) organised a massive protest on Monday outside the residence of Minister of State for External Affairs M.J. Akbar, who

2 injured in scuffle at Jamia, two detained

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Two students sustained minor injuries after a quarrel broke out between two groups at a mosque inside Jamia Millia Islamia University on Monday evenin

‘JNU threatening to nullify students’ union polls’

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JNUSU says varsity asking for original bills on expenditure incurred during elections

‘Sacrilege culprits won’t be spared’

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SIT is fully cognisant of the sensitivity and urgency of the matter: Amarinder

830 dengue cases in Delhi, nearly 350 in Oct

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Dengue cases have mounted in the city with at least 830 people being diagnosed with the vector-borne disease this season, over 42% of which were repor