April 15, 2021

Sports

Kohli floated idea of me joining RCB during Aus tour: Maxwell

KKR win toss, elect to bowl

FIH Pro League: Fighting India defeat Argentina

Harshal is clear with his plans ,winning the 1st ipl match against mumbai indians: Kohli

Royals Challengers Bangalore win toss, elect to field

Sundar and Siraj put in to RCB's international star power

Absense of home advantage will make IPL 2021 competitive:Virat Kohli

Khalsa College Student Selected for Tokyo Olympics, Campus Upbeat

Bayern open seven-point gap with 1-0 win over Leipzig

Axar Patel tests positive for Covid

Tendulkar hospitalised as 'abundant precaution under medical advice'

Sports Minister Rana Sodhi hands over Rs.10 lakh cheque to Tokyo Olympics qualifier Kamalpreet Kaur

2nd T20I: NZ beat B'desh amid DLS confusion

NAPIER: New Zealand beat Bangladesh by 28 runs amid confusion surrounding the Duckworth-Lewis-Stern target for the visitors in a rain-interrupted 2nd T20I at McLean Park on Tuesday.

Kohli becomes 3rd captain to lead India in 200 international matches

NEW DELHI: Virat Kohli has become the third captain to lead India in 200 international matches.

3rd ODI: India hang on to win by 7 runs, clinch series 2-1

PUNE:India survived a scare from England all-rounder Sam Curran (95 not out off 83 balls) as they managed to beat England by a slender 7-run margin in the third and final One-day International here at the Maharashtra Cricket Association Stadium on Sunday night to clinch the 3-match ODI series 2-1.

Sakshi in Indian team for Asian wrestling meet

Sakshi Malik will compete in the 65kg freestyle 

In February, Sonam, 18, from Haryana had suffered a head injury during training and pulled out from Italian World Ranking Series Tournament held in March. Despite missing vital training sessions before the national selection trials, the teenager displayed courage to outclass Sakshi and stay in the race for an Olympic berth.

Tokyo Olympics: IOC to cull accredited personnel due to Covid-19

LAUSANNE: The International Olympic Committee (IOC) has decided to grant accreditation only to those people who have essential and operational roles at this summer's Olympic Games in Tokyo. This step will significantly reduce the number of accredited people at the Games which will begin on July 23.

Churchill face uphill task vs Punjab for I-League title

KOLKATA: Churchill Brothers need more than a victory to clinch their third I-League title when they face RoundGlass Punjab in the final match-day of the tournament here on Saturday.

2nd ODI: Pant replaces injured Iyer as England bowl first

PUNE: England won the toss and chose to bowl in the second ODI against India at the Maharashtra Cricket Association Stadium here on Friday. The hosts have brought in Rishabh Pant as replacement for the injured Shreyas Iyer.

No 15-day break for India cricketers before IPL

NEW DELHI: Members of the Indian team, who have had a hectic season so far and will continue to play non-stop cricket through this year, are going to get very little break going into the Indian Premier League (IPL) that starts on April 9.

Jharkhand win 11th Sub-Junior Men's National Hockey title

JIND(HARYANA): Jharkhand beat Haryana 3-1 via penalty shootout to clinch the 11th Sub-Junior Men's National Championship hockey title here on Thursday.

India-Pakistan T20 series in the offing: Report

NEW DELHI: India and Pakistan could play a short T20 bilateral cricket series this year, Pakistani media reported on Wednesday. This comes on the heels of unilateral ceasefire by both countries along the Line of Control (LoC) last month.

Women's academy hockey semi-finals on Thursday

BHUBANESWAR: In the semi-finals of the 1st Junior Women's Academy National Championship here on Thursday, Odisha Naval Tata Hockey High Performance Centre will clash with the Sports Authority of India (SAI) Academy while Madhya Pradesh Hockey Academy will play against Khalsa Hockey Academy of Amritsar.

3rd T20: Indian women score consolation win vs South Africa

LUCKNOW: India's left-arm spinner Rajeshwari Gayakwad on Tuesday strangulated the South African batswomen with a miserly spell in which she captured three wickets for only nine runs in four overs to set up a big, consolation nine-wicket win in the third and final T20 International here on Tuesday.

1st ODI: England win toss, choose to bowl (Toss)

PUNE: England have chosen to bowl after winning the toss in the first ODI against India at the Maharashtra Cricket Association Stadium here.

RCB will be a lot stronger with Kohli's opening: Vaughan

NEW DELHI: Royal Challengers Bangalore (RCB) will benefit from skipper Virat Kohli opening the innings, said former England captain Michael Vaughan.

India Legends win 1st Road Safety World Series cricket title

RAIPUR: All-rounder Yusuf Pathan starred with an unbeaten 62 and two wickets as the Sachin Tendulkar-captained India Legends beat Sri Lanka Legends by 14 runs in the final to win the first Road Safety World Series T20 title here on Sunday.

Kamal, Sathiyan, Manika, Sutirtha qualify for Tokyo Olympics

DOHA: Veteran table tennis player Sharath Kamal, Gnanasekaran Sathiyan, Sutirtha Mukherjee and Manika Batra have qualified for the Tokyo Olympics that starts from July 23 this year. Sathiyan qualified by finishing top of the South Asia group at the Asian Olympic Qualification tournament with two wins in as many matches.

Maiden call-up for Krishna in Ind's ODI squad for Eng series

NEW DELHI: M Prasidh Krishna has received a maiden call-up to the Indian squad for their upcoming three-match ODI series against England. The 18-member squad, which was announced on Friday, also includes Suryakumar Yadav, who made his international debut in the five-match T20I series and scored a match-winning half century in the fourth T20I.

Kohli unhappy with umpire's call on Yadav dismissal

AHMEDABAD: India skipper Virat Kohli expressed disappointment over third umpire's call that saw the dismissal of a well-set Suryakumar Yadav in the fourth T20I on Thursday and said that the soft signal should be done away with.

Sreeshankar's national record leap gets him Olympic ticket

PATIALA:Long jumper M. Sreeshankar of Kerala on Tuesday booked a place in this year's Olympic Games with a national record leap of 8.26 metres in the 24th National Federation Cup Senior Athletics Championships.

Kohli blitzkrieg powers India to 156/6

AHMEDABAD: Skipper Virat Kohli hammered 77 (46 balls, 8x4s, 4x6s) to help India reach 156/6 in 20 overs in the third T20 International against England here at the Narendra Modi Stadium on Tuesday.

On this day in 2012, Tendulkar scored his 100th international ton

NEW DELHI: Batting great Sachin Tendulkar scripted history on this day in 2012 when he scored his 100th international century while playing in the Asia Cup for India.

India fined 20 per cent match fee for slow over-rate

DUBAI: India have been fined 20 per cent of their match fees for maintaining a slow over-rate against England in the second T20 International at the Narendra Modi Stadium in Motera on Sunday.

ICC terms Chennai, Ahmedabad pitches as 'average'

NEW DELHI:The International Cricket Council (ICC) has termed the pitches on which the second and third India-England Test matches were played as "average".

3rd T20I: Buoyant India look to slow it down against England

AHMEDABAD:Buoyed by an impressive seven-wicket win in the second T20 International, India will take on England in the third game of the five-match series with renewed confidence here at the Narendra Modi Stadium on Tuesday.

2nd Test: Zimbabwe's Williams, Tiripano defy Afghanistan

ABU DHABI: Skipper Sean Williams's unbeaten 106 and his unbeaten eighth wicket partnership of 124 with Donald Tiripano (63 batting) helped Zimbabwe avert an innings defeat against Afghanistan and take the second Test into the fifth day here at the Sheikh Zayed Stadium on Saturday. Zimbabwe were eight runs ahead of hosts Afghanistan with 266/7 wickets at stumps.

India's new batting plan fails, but Iyer stays hopeful

20 yrs since 'Turbanator' spun a web around Aussies

Chhetri Covid+ but will join Indian team in Dubai

NEW DELHI: India football captain Sunil Chhetri said on Thursday that he has tested positive for Covid-19. However, a top official of the All India Football Federation (AIFF) said that the ace forward would join the probables for the Indian team in Dubai for a camp on March 18 or 19.

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