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Pakhtoon’s Shahid Afridi

It’s Pakhtoon vs Warriors in T10 final

Pakhtoon will face Northern Warriors in the final.

Punjabi Legends celebrate their win over Pakhtoons in their T10 league match at Sharjah.

Akmal rescues Punjabi Legends

Earlier, Colin Ingram and Andre Fletcher launched a blistering attack for Pakhtoons that looked like they were gunning for a huge score.

While Chairman Vinod Rai approved of Johri joining back, Edulji demanded his resignation on the basis of some recommendations, including counselling. (Photo: PTI)

#MeToo: Rahul Johri cleared but CoA divided on probe findings by panel

Johri was on forced leave for the past three weeks but can now resume office.

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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.

Former Indian cricketer Sachin Tendulkar gives batting tips to young cricketers. (Photo: Rajesh Jadhav)

Sachin gets into coaching mode

The legendary cricketer works with children on first day of the four-day camp by TMGA at DY Patil.


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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.


Chennaiyin player Raphael Augusto during a training session in Chennai.

Chennaiyin look to get out of the rut with home game

The only goal in the two matches resulted from a corner-kick.

Chennai City FC’s  hat-trick hero  Pedro Manzi.

I-League Football: CCFC ride on Pedro hat-trick

The Arrows could not have asked for a better start as captain Kiyam struck in the second minute.

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Bengaluru, Mumbai city split points

Carles Cuadrat made only a single change from the side that drew against North East United with Xisco Hernandez making way for Erik Paartalu.

 It was because of an Anterior Cruciate Ligament injury that sidelined Poojary for almost a year.

Hurt and injured Poojary is a player in the making

Can this 23-year-old Nerul lad live up to expectations in the new season of ISL?

The team played with excellent shape throughout the final and the defence was told to be compact in an effort to stop their forwards, which we did.

Indian girls set sights on AFC finals

Firmin talks at length about the recent spoil, the AFC U16 qualifiers, the win over Bangladesh, and a lot more.

In Other sports

The Chembur cueist Madan blew hot and cold and trailed throughout before producing a steady composed effort to win the last two frames to emerge champion and finish as Maharashtra number one billiards player.

Vishal Madan emerges champion in billiards second leg

The Matunga Gym cueist had three substantial break of 63, 50 and 75 besides a couple of 30 plus efforts.

Pooja Dhanda (right) of India ensures a shot at the medal round with a repechage appearence at the on going World Wrestling Championship in the 57 kg class.

World Wrestling Championship: Sakshi, Ritu in medal fray

Sakshi lost a point for passivity but took the break with a 2-1 lead after a takedown move.

Badminton legend Rudy Hartono with the trainees of the Hatsun Badminton Academy in Thiruthangal, a small town in Virudhunagar district in Tamil Nadu.

Hartono backs Sindhu to win gold in 2020 Olympics

Since 2016, Sindhu has lost nine major finals including defeats at Rio Olympics, Commonwealth Games and Asian Games.

The Indian squad for the World Junior Badminton Championship being held at Markham in Canada, are all smiles in this team photo.

Junior shuttlers begin well

Malvika was guilty of indulging too much net-play.