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Aus vs Ind 2nd T20: Match abandoned as rain plays spoilsport

Score after 19 overs, Australia 132-7, McDermott 32(30), Tye 12(13); Bumrah 4-0-20-1.

Prithvi Shaw grimaces in pain after injuring his ankle during a warm-up game in Sydney. (Photo: AP)

Composition of India’s playing XI in turmoil

Alas, the four-day fixture which concluded on Saturday did not quite pan out as expected on several counts.

Ramesh Powar

Mithali was aloof, difficult to handle, says Ramesh Powar

Powar met BCCI CEO Rahul Johri and GM (Cricket Operations) Saba Karim a day after he was accused of bias by Mithali.

Virat Kohli en route to his century against West Indies in the third ODI in Pune on Saturday. (Photo: PTI)

Ind vs WI, 3rd ODI: Hope brings joy for West Indies

Shai Hope stars in Windies’ 43-run win as Kohli’s third consecutive ton goes in vain.

Battling a hamstring strain in the final session, the 30-year-old Saurashtra player produced a masterclass in game management through his 246-ball knock. (Photo: AFP)

Cheteshwar Pujara saves India after superman Virat Kohli falls against Aussies

Pujara carved out a sparkling 123 to guide India to 250 for nine at stumps on a scorching hot day at Adelaide Oval.


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Irina moves into mumbai event final

Last year finalist here Jakupovic had an early break but Khromacheva broke back and held her serve to level 3-3.

The Indian team pose for a selfie in Belgrade.

India bank on ‘outside chance’ against Serbia

According to Myneni, winning the singles rubber on the first day will be crucial.

Serena Williams talks with chair umpire Carlos Ramos during the women’s final of the US Open tennis tournament in New York on Saturday. (Photo: AP)

Serena suffers meltdown, calls chair umpire a ‘thief’

When a second code violation for racquet abuse was handed out to her — along with a point penalty — Williams exploded.

Zeel Desai in action on Thursday.

Top seeds book semis berths

Siddhanth was not able to play his best game and lost 2-6, 2-6 in the quarter-finals of the mens’ event here.


Shyam Thapa (left) with P.K. Banerjee.

The lost glory of Asia’s oldest football league

Many of these Youth Congress supporters were also ardent East Bengal fans. So in their slogans politics and football got intermingled.

Kerala Blasters’ C.K. Vineeth and Anas Edathodika share a laugh during training in Kochi on Thursday. (Photo: Asian Age)

Kerala host Pune, hope fans return

James has hinted that he might stick with more or less the same line-up, barring Keziron Kizito who is injured.

Action from the match between India and Pakistan U-19 women during the first round of the AFC Championship Qualifiers on Wednesday in Thailand. India won 18-0.

India annihilate hapless Pakistan

Manisha opened the scoring in the second minute before adding another one in the 25th minute.

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Mumbai City rise at home after low in Goa

The home side moved to fifth place with seven points in five games while Dynamos are still without a win after five games.

Kylian Mbappe  (Photo: AFP)

Mbappe electrifies

The PSG starlet then put Benjamin Pavard through with a sublime pass.

In Other sports

Marc Leishman of Australia poses with the trophy after winning the CIMB Classic golf tournament in Kuala Lumpur on Sunday. (Photo: AFP)

Marc Leishman wins as Shubhankar Sharma slips

Coming on the heels of a period during which he has had six missed cuts in nine starts, a joint lead by round three augured well for the 22-year-old.

Laila Ali poses with father legendry Muhammad Ali.

‘Dad never wanted us to be boxers’

Ali loved the idea that Hana was writing another book on him and she read him different chapters over the years.

P.V. Sindhu

Sindhu, Srikanth bow out of China tourney

It was Indian shuttler’s third loss to Bingjiao, who had defeated her at the Indonesia Open and French Open in July and October this year.

Akashdeep Singh (right) of India gets past a South African player during their Hockey World Cup match in Bhubanes-war on Wednesday. India won 5-0. (Photo: PTI)

Hockey: India turn in five star show

Hosts pump in five goals, start World Cup campaign with comfortable win against South Africa.