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Sachin Tendulkar tweets heartwarming message on National Sports Day

New Delhi: To commemorate birth anniversary of Major Dhyan Chand, in 2012, the Government of India decided to celebrate 29th August as the country’s ‘National Sports Day’. Dhyan Chand is referred to as ‘The Wizard’ for his incredible hockey skills. On the occasion of National sports day, Indian cricketing legend

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Sri Lanka vs India 3rd ODI: Toss report and live update

Sri Lanka today won the toss and elected to bat first against India in the third one day match played here at the Pallekele International Cricket Stadium. After facing defeat in the first two matches of the series, hosts would like to bounce back and make the series open to

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P.V. Sindhu storm into the finals of World Badminton Championships

Makimng India proud once again, star Indian shuttler P.V. Sindhu made her way to the finals of the World Badminton Championships. The 2016 Olympic silver medallist defeated Chinese ninth seed Chen Yufei of China 21-13, 21-10 in 48 minutes in a superlative display to set-up a title clash against Japanese

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This bowler worried Bhuvi in 2nd ODI and it’s not Dananjaya!

Bhuvneshwar Kumar who played a brilliant innings in the second one day match to win the match for his team was not worried by Dhananjaya but the Lankan bowler who worried him was Malinga. In a video interview with his senior Rohit Sharma, Bhuvneshwar opened up on how he managed

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Indian team still looking for experiments in ODIs

PALLEKELE: After winning the second one day match by a whisker, Indian team is still focusing on the experimentation in the matches to come. Indian fielding coach R Sridhar stated that the team will not be discouraged by the middle-order collapse in the second ODI against Sri Lanka, and continue

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Saina Nehwal, PV Sindhu all set to shine again!

India’s star shuttlers Saina Nehwal and PV Sindhu will be playing for a spot in the World Championship final and the two would be desperate to perform brilliantly. Glasgow Saturday semi finals evening at Emirates Arena will surely be a roaring homecoming for India’s golden girls in badminton PV Sindhu

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PV Sindhu on a roll, got better of Chinese player once again

Glasgow: It’s keep getting better for PV Sindhu as she claimed the fifth Chinese scalp of her World Championships career. Sindhu is now assured of a bronze medal, a stunning third podium at the annual meet. Coming to the Chinese side of things, Sindhu has beaten the likes of Yihan