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         Jayalalithaa announces Rs 50 lakh for weightlifter Sivalingam    
CHENNAI: Tamil Nadu Chief Minister J Jayalalithaa congratulated Satish Kumar Sivalingam for winning a gold medal in weightlifting in the 2014 Commonwealth Games.

         Apurvi bags gold, shooters give three more medals    
GLASGOW: Apurvi Chandela gave a stunning exhibition of skill and concentration to clinch a gold medal while Ayonika Paul and Prakash Nanjappa claimed a silver each as shooters added three more medals to India's kitty on the third day of competitions in the 20th Commonwealth Games here today.

         CWG: Judokas Pathania, Parikshit in quarters; Avtar out    
GLASGOW: India's Sahil Pathania (-100kg) and Parikshit Kumar (+100kg) advanced to the quarterfinals of the men's judo event but compatriot Avtar Singh lost in the men's -90kg round of 16 of the 2014 Commonwealth Games here Saturday.

         Canada's Bezzoubenko wins five golds in Glasgow    
GLASGOW: Canada's Patricia Bezzoubenko was crowned queen of the Commonwealth Games in Glasgow on Saturday, completing a five gold medal haul in rhythmic gymnastics while the undisputed king Usain Bolt was arriving for Jamaican relay duty.

         Bindra clinches gold, Malaika wins silver in shooting    
GLASGOW: Star marksman Abhinav Bindra stole the limelight by clinching a gold medal while unheralded teenager Malaika Goel bagged a silver as shooters added two more medals to India's kitty on the second day of competitions in the 20th Commonwealth Games here today.

         Happy for Sania, but what about my award, asks Saina    
HYDERABAD: Ace shuttler Saina Nehwal today welcomed the appointment of tennis star Sania Mirza as brand ambassador of Telangana but voiced hurt over erstwhile Andhra Pradesh government not keeping its promise of awarding cash prize to her on winning Olympic medal.

         Jadeja fined 50 per cent, not found guilty of original offence    
SOUTHAMPTON: Indian all-rounder Ravindra Jadeja has been let off with just a 50 per cent match-fee fine after referee David Boon found the player not guilty of the original level 2 offence, which involved his on-field incident with England pacer James Anderson.

         'Messi considered move to Arsenal'    
MADRID: A leading Spanish website has claimed that Lionel Messi was interested in a transfer to English Premier League club Arsenal before the Argentine star signed an extension with Barcelona in May.

         C'wealth Games begins today    
GLASGOW: After touching a glorious high at home four years ago, India will face harsh realities when the 20th edition of the Commonwealth Games begin here on Wednesday.

         No one appreciates my efforts other than team-mates: Sharma    
LONDON: Cynosure of all eyes after his fiery spell earned India its first Test victory at the iconic Lord's in 28 years, fast bowler Ishant Sharma feels his efforts are never appreciated by people other than his team-mates.

         Djokovic retains singles top spot, Paes 13th in doubles    
NEW DELHI: Serbian Novak Djokovic sits atop the ATP singles rankings with 13,130 points while Spaniard Rafael Nadal is not far behind in second place with 12,670 points.

         Money not very good but ISL won't harm Indian football: Bhutia    
MUMBAI: Former India football captain Bhaichung Bhutia is not particularly happy with the pay packages on offer in the much-awaited Indian Super League but insists that the event won't be detrimental to the sport either.

         India 'Lord' over England with 95-run victory    
LONDON: India clinched their first Test win at the historic Lord's in nearly three decades as they rode on Ishant Sharma's inspired spell of fast bowling to demolish England by 95 runs and take a 1-0 lead in the five match series here today.

         Former Brazil defender attacked by fan    
RIO DE JANAEIRO: Former Brazil defender Andre Santos was assaulted by a fan after his team Flamengo lost 4-0 to Internacional. The 31-year-old left-back was attacked Sunday as he left the Beira-Rio stadium in the southern city of Porto Alegre, Xinhua quoted Radio Gaucho as saying.

         Won't regret missing out on ton if we win Test: Vijay    
LONDON: Indian opener Murali Vijay has said that he will not feel dejected on missing out on a century at Lord's if his team goes onto win the second Test against England today.

         India reach 11/0 at lunch on day three    
LONDON: India were 11 for no loss in their second innings at lunch on day three of the second cricket Test against England, here today. India are still trailing by 13 run as England scored 319 in reply to India's first innings total of 295.

         Learnt from English mistakes to do well: Bhuvneshwar Kumar    
LONDON: Medium pacer Bhuvneshwar Kumar said he learnt from the mistakes that English bowlers committed on the opening day to perform well in the ongoing second cricket Test here.

         Saina pulls out of Commonwealth Games    
NEW DELHI: India's hopes of fetching five badminton medals at the Commonwealth Games suffered a massive jolt today as ace shuttler and defending champion Saina Nehwal pulled out of the Glasgow event after failing to recover from leg blisters sustained during the Australian Open Super Series triumph last month.

         Bhuvneshwar removes England openers early    
LONDON: Pacer Bhuvneshwar Kumar removed England openers Alastair Cook and Sam Robson early to allow India still enjoy a lead of 244 runs at lunch on the second day of the second cricket Test at Lord's here Friday.

         SC relieves Gavaskar as interim BCCI chief    
NEW DELHI: The Supreme Court Friday relieved legendary cricketer Sunil Gavaskar as the interim president of the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) in charge of Indian Premier League (IPL) 2014 and said that he was free to take up any assignment.

         Indian batsmen falter on seaming wicket    
LONDON: India suffered a batting collapse to take tea at 140 for six as the visitors struggled to negotiate a seaming Lord's wicket on the opening day of the second Test against England, here today.

         Indian women's hockey team ready to deliver at CWG: Coach    
GLASGOW: Indian women hockey team's chief coach Neil Hawgood has said that his squad are ready to deliver big results at the Commonwealth Games to be held here from July 24 to Aug 2.

         No need to change law related to bat: World Cricket Committee    
LONDON: The game of cricket appears heavily loaded in the favour of the batsmen but the World Cricket Committee has ruled against changing the law related to the size of the bat due to lack of consensus on the issue.

         Woods back at Open, but doubts persist    
HOYLAKE: Tiger Woods returns to the scene of one of his greatest triumphs at Hoylake this week, as he attempts, in the 143rd British Open, to resurrect a career blighted by injury.

         ICC charges Anderson of misconduct, ECB accuses Jadeja    
LONDON: England fast bowler James Anderson has been charged by the International Cricket Council (ICC) for violation of the Code of Conduct by allegedly abusing and pushing India's Ravindra Jadeja during the first cricket Test at Trent Bridge.

         Brazil's upside-down Cup: Bad on field, good off    
RIO DE JANEIRO: For Brazil, it was the upside-down World Cup. Brazilians lost at what they were certain they would win -- soccer -- and won where so many expected failure -- organization.

         DRS could have helped Binny to get maiden Test hundred    
NOTTINGHAM: India survived a severe scare on the final day of the 1st Test of the current five-Test series against England to maintain a clean sheet before the second encounter at the home of the game, Lord's, later this week.

         Jayawardene announces Test retirement    
COLOMBO: Former Sri Lanka skipper Mahela Jayawardene has announced his retirement from Test cricket following the home series against South Africa and Pakistan this year.

         Germany script history, beat Argentina 1-0 to win World Cup    
RIO DE JANEIRO: Germany wrote a new chapter in the history of international football as they became the first European team to lift the World Cup in South America, clinching a hard-fought 1-0 win over Argentina in the final, their triumph coming on the back of steely resolve and blood on the pitch here.

         Brazil gift Netherlands 3-0 third-place playoff win    
BRASILIA: Another ragged defensive display by Brazil allowed the Netherlands to stroll to a 3-0 victory in the World Cup third-place playoff match on Saturday as the hosts ended the tournament in depressing fashion.

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