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Chahal insists on using the brain more in red-ball cricket

Chahal, who returned to the longer format after a gap of two years, finished the two-match four-day India A series against South Africa A with four wickets.

Indian men and women hockey teams qualify for Buenos Aires 2018 Youth Olympic Games

Indian and men and women teams will participate in the Buenos Aires 2018 Youth Olympic Games Hockey5s events taking place between October 7 to 14.

Serena, Venus, Sharapova, Djokovic, Murray and Wawrinka among players without first round bye

The Western & Southern Open has announced the seeds for its 2018 tournament, which will take place August 11-19 at the Lindner Family Tennis Center in Mason, Ohio.

Gaganjeet Bhullar claims maiden European Tour title at Fiji International

FIJI: Indian star Gaganjeet Bhullar had been constantly knocking on the door of victory this year with five top-10s including two runner-up finishes on the Asian Tour. His persistence finally paid off at the Fiji International presented by Fiji Airways, a US$ 970,000 event, tri-sanctioned by the European Tour, Asian Tour and the PGA Tour of Australasia. 

Netherlands win gold and records get re-written at Vitality Hockey Women's World Cup

LONDON (ENGLAND): Relentless and magnificent. The Netherlands have absolutely owned the Vitality Hockey Women's World Cup since their opening 7-0 scoreline against Korea. The women in orange might have been slightly stunned by the reception their opponents received as they walked out for the final but then it was business as usual – except in this case, the word 'usual' is a synonym for unparalleled excellence, reports FIH.

Spain and Argentina win cross-over matches in Vitality Hockey Women's World Cup

There was a distinctly fiesta feel to Lee Valley Hockey and Tennis Centre as first Spain and then Argentina won through to the quarter-finals of the Vitality Hockey Women's World Cup, London 2018, reports FIH.

Germany storm to top of Pool C and Australia win continental clash to take top spot in Pool D

Going into the last round of pool matches, incredibly the only guaranteed quarter-finalist remained Ireland. As the opening match got underway – a Pool C, all-Europe affair between Spain (WR:11) and Germany (WR:6) – it was still possible for all 16 teams to qualify. By the end of the day's action, Germany and Australia had joined

Netherlands and Italy maintain 100 per cent win rate at Vitality Hockey Women's World Cup

LONDON (ENGLAND): Thunder and a deluge of rain may have marked the start of the sixth day of competition at the Vitality Hockey Women's World Cup but it was a lightning strike from Italy that provided the highlight of the day. The lowest ranked team at the tournament, competing at this level for the first time in 42 years, soaked up 59 minutes of Korea pressure and then struck with a counter that sealed them their second win and a guaranteed place in the crossover round, reports FIH.

India, China agree to maintain border tranquility

India and China reiterated their commitment to maintain peace and tranquility along their border by enhancing communications between their militaries during a meeting between Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Chinese President Xi Jinping on the sidelines of the annual BRICS Summit here.

Ireland beat India to qualify for Vitality Hockey Women's World Cup q-finals

 Ireland made history as they won their second game at the Vitality Hockey Women's World Cup by a solitary goal over India. Prior to this tournament Ireland had won just one World Cup game – against Russia in 1994, reports FIH.

Modi to go on three-nation tour of Africa, attend BRICS Summit

Prime Minister Narendra Modi will go on a five-day three-nation tour of Africa from July 23 during the course of which he will attend this year's BRICS Summit that will be hosted by South Africa, it was announced on Friday.

Amazon faces web issues globally on Prime Day

Shoppers in the US and elsewhere in the world are struggling to access e-commerce giant Amazon's website as one of its biggest annual sales, Prime Day, got underway.

Federer, Nadal and Djokovic lead ATP stars in Cincinnati Open

The Western & Southern Open will welcome the top 44 players in the ATP World Tour rankings for the 2018 tournament, a group that includes seven-time champion Roger Federer, former champions Rafael Nadal, Grigor Dimitrov and Marin Cilic, as well as five-time finalistNovak Djokovic. 
These initial entrants, which include players from 23 countries, are the beginning of the 56-player field that will compete in the ATP Masters 1000 tournament August 11-19 at the Lindner Family Tennis Center in Mason, Ohio.

Pacer Shardul replaces Bumrah for ODIs vs England

Rising paceman Shardul Thakur has been called in as replacement for injured Jasprit Bumrah for the upcoming three-match One-day International (ODI) series against England, a BCCI release stated on Friday.

Tarini Goyal finishes joint third in CW Championship

Chandigarh's Tarini Goyal finished at joint-third position in the under-18 girls category of the Commonwealth Chess Championship 2018 which concluded in New Delhi today. Scoring five points out of seven, Tarini Goyal was tied with Akanksha Hagwane of Maharashtra at the third spot but had to settle for the fourth spot owing to the tie-break system. 

NAPA to host 7th annual World Series of Cricket match

The Napa Valley Cricket Club will host their seventh annual World Series of Cricket match at the Napa Valley Expo in downtown Napa.

Indian-American on Trump's list of Supreme Court nominees

Amul Thapar, an Indian-American appeals court judge from the US state of Kentucky is on President Donald Trump's short list of potential nominees to replace Supreme Court Justice Anthony Kennedy, who announced his retirement a day before.

Kohli expects team to be good travellers

Ahead of the challenging two-month-long tour of Ireland and England, India skipper Virat Kohli on Friday emphasised on improving the team's poor overseas record.

Australia slip to 34-year low in ICC ODI rankings

Australia slipped to a 34-year low, dropping to the sixth position on the ICC's latest ODI rankings table after losing the opening two fixtures of the ongoing five-match rubber against England.

David Warner to replace D’Arcy Short in CPL

GROS ISLET (ST LUCIA): The St Lucia Stars have announced that David Warner will join them for the 2018 Hero Caribbean Premier League (CPL). He will replace fellow Australian, D’Arcy Short, who is no longer available for the tournament due to being selected for Australia A’s tour of India which takes place in August and September.


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