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India vs West Indies; Virat Kohli shines, match end in tie but India lead 1-0

The second match played between India and West Indies yesterday at Vishakhapatnam ended with a tie despite the extraordinary performance by the captain Virat Kohli who break the record of making fastest 10,000 runs surpassing master blaster Sachin Tendulkar’s record. The match was in the suspense till the last ball of the match as West Indies gave a tough fightback to the Indian team. Indian team batted first and mounted 322 runs for the opponents by the amazing performance by skipper Virat Kohli and other team members. The suspense in…

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Youth Olympics 2018: Weightlifting sensation Jeremy Lalrinnunga wins first ever gold

Jeremy lalrinnunga has emerged as another weightlifting sensation by grabbing India’s first ever gold in men’s 62 Kg category. The 15-year-old weightlifting champion has claimed the yellow medal on the third day of the Youth Olympic Games. Jeremy hails from Mizoram and lifted a total of 274Kg with a clean and jerk of 150 Kg and snatch of 124 Kg. The silver medal goes to Toptas Cancer of Turkey by lifting 263Kg and bronze to Villar Estiven by lifting 260 Kg weight. In the Asian championships, Jeremy lalrinnunga won a…

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Asia Cup 2018; Who will create the history today? India or Bangladesh, key players

Indian team is all set to create the history today in the Asia Cup 2018 final match played against the Bangladesh team. Although, Indian team is in the best form right now and is a major threat for the opponents they are not over-confident for the victory and said that it will not be an easy prospect to play against Bangladesh today.  The well-deserved captain of Indian team, Rohit Sharma is going well in the ongoing Asia Cup match till now. With the highest average score of 134 runs in…

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IND vs AFG, Asia Cup 2018: Major changes in Team Blue, seek unbeaten run today

Team blue is all set to face newcomer Afghanistan team on Tuesday in the Super Four Clash final match of Asia Cup 2018 with some changes in the team to continue with their winning legacy in the ongoing tournament. Though Afghanistan is performing quality cricket in the last matches against Pakistan, Sri Lanka or Bangladesh, beating Indian team will definitely be an extraordinary task to do. Indian team have already qualified for the finals of the tournament but surely, they want a complete sweep over in the history of Asia…

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Serena Williams controversy: Governing committee backs US Open umpire

Governing committee of the US Open 2018 backed the Umpire Ramos involved in Serena William’s controversy by saying that the decision taken against Serena were in accordance to the relevant rules. As per the governing body, “Ramos undertook his duties as an official according to the relevant rule book and acted at all times with professionalism and integrity”. The 24 times grand slam winner Serena Williams was fined with $10,000 for verbally abusing the umpire, $4000 for being warned of the coaching and $3000 for breaking her racket in the…

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Former captain Alastair Cook retires from international cricket

Former England’s captain Alastair Cook announced his retirement from the international cricket on Monday. Cook confirmed the news and told that the test match against India will be his last international match to be played. Talking about his retirement, Alastair Cook said that he is happy as he has achieved more than he could ever imagined. He also feels privileged while playing with some of the great English game. He said, “I have achieved more than I could have ever imagined and feel very privileged to have played for such…

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Nation remembers Major Dhyan Chand on National Sports Day

When it comes to Hockey, the only name known by the present as well as past 40 decades generation is Major Dhyan Chand who is known to rule the field for over 20 years and marked splendid 400 goals. He is well known as “The Wizard” of hockey. Born in a family of hockey player, Dhyan Chand follow the footsteps oh his father who played for the British Army. He used to play hockey in the moonlight often as a result of which his friends and colleagues started calling him…

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Coach Ravi Shastri to Virat Kohli’s squad- closer to be the best visiting team

Indian Cricket team coach Ravi Shastri on Wednesday displayed a don’t-care attitude in a press conference after the much needed win of the team by 203 run against England in Nottingham. Although his answers are somewhat doubtful, but still they are fun listening to. When asked about what was going in the head of Indian team while reverting back after the two defeat, he said that they were disappointed with the first two defeat and wanted to show up. He asked the team to show up some accountability and he…

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Asian Games 2018: Total medal tally reaches to eight, created history in Sepak Takraw, other major highlights

Asian games 2018 which was enthusiastically started on 18th August brings many medals for the Indian contingents till now as India grabbed five medals on the 3rd day of the tournament. With this, the total medal tally reaches to 8 including 3 gold, 3 silver, and 4 bronze. The Indian wrestlers and shooters shine brightly at 3rd day while another rarely known sports Sepak takraw gives bronze to Indian Men’s team. India stands strong at the starting of the day 3 when just 16-year-old Saurabh Chaudhary won the first gold…

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CWG 2018, Seventh day; India’s medal tally reach to 21, more to come

India stands at the third position in the medal tally by grabbing the total of 21 medals. On the seventh day of the 21st commonwealth Games 2018, Indian shooter Om Mitharval clinched a bronze, veteran boxer Mary Kom assured a silver in the semi-finals, boxer Gaurav Solanki beat Papua New Guinea in the quarter-finals and qualified for the finals. The highlights of the Games at the seventh day were the Indian boxers who showed phenomenal performance and had secured at least five more medals after reaching in the semi-finals. MC…

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