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McCullum blames batting failure for Wellington Test defeat

Johannesburg : Retiring New Zealand skipper Brendon McCullum has blamed his side’s poor batting display and not the umpire blunder as the reason behind their humiliating innings and 52-run defeat against Australia in the opening Test in Wellington on Monday. Voges went on to score 239 in his side’s victory after he was controversially given a lifeline by the umpire ... Read More »

Indian women thrash Sri Lanka by 107 runs in first ODI

Ranchi: Indian women produced an all-round performance to outclass Sri Lanka by 107 runs in the first One-Day International (ODI) match at the Jharkhand State Cricket Association Stadium here on Monday. Batting first India posted 245/6 in 50 overs, thanks to half-centuries from Smriti Mandhana (55) and Harmanpreet Kaur (50). In reply, the visitors suffered a severe batting collapse as ... Read More »

టాప్ ఫైవ్‌లో విశాఖ

న్యూఢిల్లీ: ఉక్కు నగరం మరోసారి వార్తల్లో నిలిచింది. ఆంద్రప్రదేశ్‌లోని విశాఖపట్టణం దేశంలోనే అతి శుభ్రమైన నగరాల్లో ఒకటిగా నిలిచింది. టాప్ టెన్ క్లీన్ సిటీస్‌లో  ఐదో స్థానాన్ని దక్కించుకుని  తన ప్రత్యేకతను మరోసారి చాటుకుంది. ప్రధానమంత్రి స్వచ్ఛభారత్ మిషన్‌లో భాగంగా పది పరిశుభ్రమైన నగరాల జాబితాను కేంద్ర పట్టణాభివృద్ధి శాఖ మంత్రి వెంకయ్యనాయుడు సోమవారం ప్రకటించారు.  ఈ టాప్ టెన్‌లో మైసూర్ మొదటి స్థానంలో నిలవగా, చండీగఢ్, తమిళనాడులోని తిరిచ్చిరాపల్లి రెండు, మూడు స్థానాలను దక్కించుకున్నాయి. దేశ రాజధాని ఢిల్లీ నాలుగో స్థానంలోను, ఆంధ్ర ... Read More »

Sania-Hingis record 38th straight win in St. Petersburg

St.Petersburg: Indian tennis ace Sania Mirza and her Swiss partner Martina Hingis notched up their 38th straight win to reach the semifinals of the women’s doubles event of the St. Petersburg Ladies Trophy on Saturday. The top-seeded pair continued their rampaging form in their 6-4, 6-1 demolition of the unseeded Russian duo of Daria Kasatkina and Elena Vesnina in the ... Read More »

Didn’t know about my hat-trick: Perera

Ranchi: Sri Lanka pace bowler Thisara Perera said he did not realise that he had taken a hat-trick till his teammates informed him about it, as his entire concentration was on bowling in the death overs during the second T20 International against India here. Although Sri Lanka lost the second game against India by 69 runs here last night to ... Read More »

Batting muscle helps India restore parity

On a dry surface in a dusty Ranchi ground, India’s top order moved into customary home form, and their bowlers exposed a fragile Sri Lanka top order. Shikhar Dhawan was bruiser-in-prime, unleashing an early shellacking that brought him 51, and set the team on course to a big total. They reached 196 for 6, thanks to helpful hands from the ... Read More »

Unimpressive India take on Pakistan in SAG hockey final

Guwahiti :Unimpressive in their three group matches, India would look to make amends and turn the tables on arch-rivals Pakistan when the two sides face each other in the summit clash of men’s hockey in the 12th South Asian Games here tomorrow. India, fielding a second string team in the Games with a lot of junior players in it, have ... Read More »

Miller, Simmons biggest earners in CPL 2016 draft

The 2016 HERO Caribbean Premier League (CPL) Player Draft was held in Barbados on Thursday, with the six franchises flexed their financial muscles to rope in their desired cricketers. David Miller and Lendl Simmons were the costliest buys in the CPL 2016 players’ draft. Each of them bagged 160,000 dollars contracts from St. Lucia Zouks and St. Kitts & Nevis ... Read More »

U Mumba edge out Bengaluru Bulls in Pro Kabaddi League

In a match where they trailed for almost 38 minutes, U Mumba kept their cool and turned the tables on their inexperienced rivals in the exciting contest. All credit goes to veteran Rakesh Kumar, the former Indian star, for guiding the under-strength U Mumba side, who were severely handicapped by the absence of Anup Kumar and the trio of Mohit ... Read More »

Sri Lanka seamers topple India on green track

Sri Lanka’s lanky seam-bowling labour force – came upon a thoroughly surprising green Pune deck, and wound up delivering their team a surprisingly thorough victory. The three quicks took eight wickets for 59 between them, to blow India away for 101. Sri Lanka’s inexperienced batsmen were rarely at ease in pursuit, but did well enough to get to the target ... Read More »

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