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       HEADLINES: DYFI’s marriage website hacked                                              Lover hacked to death                                              Girl commits suicide                                              Son strangles father to death                                              Public prosecutor held while taking bribe                                              Encounter breaks out between militants and security forces in Kupwara                                              MP HC judge be divested of administrative, supervisory role: SC                                              SC extends bail of Jayalalithaa, sets up special bench                                              Modi moves in to speed up $300 billion stuck projects                                              Pakistan army retaliates to Peshawar attack, kills 57 militants                                              Teenage survivor recounts horrific tale of Peshawar attack                                              Peshawar attack: How rescuers braved bullets for call of duty                                              We are ahead in the game: Ashwin                                              Manchester United have the loudest fans                                              Australia 221 for 4 at stumps on day 2, trail India by 187 runs                                              Kaumudi Facebook
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         Australia 221 for 4 at stumps on day 2, trail India by 187 runs    
 
 
BRISBANE: Debutant Australian pacer Josh Hazlewood's five-for might have grabbed all the headlines but Indian quickie Umesh Yadav picked up three wickets to restrict Australia to 221 runs for four, in reply to India's first innings score of 408 at stumps on the second day of the second Test here Thursday.

 
         Manchester United have the loudest fans    
 
 
LONDON: Manchester United fans have been crowned the noisiest when following their team away from home in the English Premier League (EPL) in a survey conducted by brewing company Carlsberg.

 
         We are ahead in the game: Ashwin    
 
 
BRISBANE: Indian off-spinner R Ashwin believes his side is currently ahead in the second cricket Test against Australia and said they would look to get some quick wickets in the morning session tomorrow.

 
         Vinay Kumar leads Karnataka to 9-wicket win against Bengal    
 
 
KOLKATA: Pace spearhead R Vinay Kumar exposed Bengal's batting frailty with a match haul of nine wickets and lead Karnataka to a crushing nine-wicket away win in their Ranji Trophy Group A cricket match at Eden Gardens, here today.

 
         Vijay strikes ton as India take Day 1 honour    
 
 
BRISBANE: Opener Murali Vijay cracked a fluent 144 as India put up a solid batting display to take the honours on the opening day of the second cricket Test against Australia by reaching a comfortable 311 for four in Brisbane on Wednesday.

 
         Boxer Sarita Devi banned for one year    
 
 
NEW DELHI: The International Boxing Association (AIBA) on Wednesday banned Indian boxer Sarita Devi for one year for refusing to accept the Asian Games bronze medal. The world boxing body also handed down a two-year ban on India’s foreign coach B.I. Fernandez, while clearing national coach G.S. Sandhu.

 
         Kerala Blasters FC beat Chennaiyin FC 4-3 to advance to ISL final    
 
 
CHENNAI: Kerala Blasters struck the match-winner deep into the extra time in a thrilling second leg semifinal to book a berth for the summit clash of the inaugural Hero Indian Super League football tournament on 4-3 aggregate over Chennaiyin FC here today.

 
         123 players retained, 5 traded across teams for 2015 IPL    
 
 
MUMBAI: As many as 123 cricketers were retained by the Indian Premier League (IPL) franchises while five Indians were traded during the player trade window for the 2015 season, a BCCI statement said Tuesday.

 
         We will continue to be aggressive: Dhoni    
 
 
BRISBANE: India will continue to play the aggressive brand of cricket, skipper Mahendra Singh Dhoni declared today as the team aims to erase the 1-0 deficit when the second cricket Test begins here tomorrow.

 
         2016 Rio Olympics' mascots named Vinicius and Tom    
 
RIO DE JANEIRO: The 2016 Rio Olympic Games mascot was named Vinicius after a three-week Internet voting while Tom was chosen as the name of the Paralympic Games mascot.

 
         Coach Bharat Arun says Indian bowlers can clock high speeds    
 
BRISBANE: Impressed with the camaraderie that the Indian pacers share among themselves, bowling coach Bharat Arun said that the attack is not only closely knit but can also clock high speeds consistently.

 
         Steve Smith to lead Australia in Clarke's absence    
 
 
BRISBANE: Young all-rounder Steve Smith was today named Australia's captain for the second cricket Test against India, replacing an injury-ravaged Michael Clarke who is unlikely to play in the remaining matches of the ongoing series.

 
         Champions Trophy: India lose to Australia 1-2, miss bronze medal    
 
 
BHUBANESWAR: India wasted a golden opportunity to break their 32-year-old medal jinx in the Hero Champions Trophy hockey tournament after going down to Australia 1-2 in a hard-fought bronze medal play-off match of the eight-nation meet here today.

 
         Kohli enters top-20 of ICC Test rankings    
 
 
DUBAI: Indian batsman Virat Kohli today broke into the top-20 of ICC Test rankings at 16th after his stupendous back-to-back hundreds in the opening cricket Test against Australia in Adelaide.

 
         Security tightened for Hero Champiions Trophy final    
 
 
BHUBANESWAR: Security has been tightened for Hero Champions Trophy hockey final between Pakistan and Germany here today, particularly in view of unpleasant scenes witnessed after a high voltage India-Pak semi final last night.

 
         FIH suspends 2 Pakistani hockey players for indecent behaviour    
 
 
BHUBANESWAR: The International Hockey Federation (FIH) today suspended two Pakistani players Amjad Ali and Mohammad Tousiq from playing in the Champions Trophy final after they were found guilty of making obscene gestures towards spectators following their semi-final win against India.

 
         Kohli stands tall but India slump to defeat against Australia    
 
 
ADELAIDE: India virtually snatched defeat from the jaws of victory, slumping to an agonising 48-run loss in the pulsating first cricket Test against Australia despite captain Virat Kohli's gallant second successive hundred in the match here on Saturday. Chasing a competitive target of 364, India were cruising along comfortably at 242/2 before the hosts staged a dramatic comeback to grab eight wickets for 73 runs and take a 1-0 lead in the four-match series.

 
         Indian Aces beat Manila Mavericks 28-23 in IPTL    
 
 
DUBAI: Sania Mirza and Rohan Bopanna continued their good form as Indian Aces dished out yet another dominating performance, beating Manila Mavericks 28-23 in the UAE leg of the International Premier Tennis League (IPTL) here today.

 
         Pakistan to unleash 9-11 attack on India tomorrow    
 
 
BHUBANESWAR: Aiming to outwit India in the Champions Trophy semifinals, the Pakistan hockey team has devised a rather controversially-titled 9-11 strategy which they plan to unleash at the Kalinga Stadium, here tomorrow.

 
         Warner hits another ton as Australia dominate    
 
 
ADELAIDE: Opener David Warner extended his purple patch with the bat by cracking his second century of the match as the first cricket Test against India headed for an exciting finish with Australia gaining an overall lead of 363 runs here today.

 
         Ton up Kohli inspires India's fight against Australia    
 
 
ADELAIDE: Virat Kohli became only the third Indian to score a hundred on his captaincy debut as the visitors responded resolutely to Australia's mammoth first innings total by reaching 369 for five on the third day to leave the first cricket Test evenly poised here today.

 
         Australia on course for 6th CT title, beat Argentina 2-4    
 
 
BHUBANESWAR: World champions and holders Australia finally got their mojo back and defeated Argentina 4-2 to secure their place in the semifinals of the Hero Champions Trophy hockey tournament at the Kalinga Stadium, here today.

 
         Champions Trophy: Pakistan stun Netherlands    
 
 
BHUBANESWAR: Pakistan stunned Pool B winners the Netherlands 4-2 Thursday as their perfectly executed counter-attacks saw them put memories of a poor group stage firmly in the past with an excellent hockey Champions Trophy quarterfinal win.

 
         Ernakulam emerges champ; St George victors at school-level    
 
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: The defending champions Ernakulam became the overall champions as the curtains came down on the 58th State school athletic meet on Thursday.

 
         School athletic meet: Pole breaks Navaneeth’s backbone    
 
 
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: A participant in the school athlete meet met with an accident on Thursday when the pole he used for the pole vault broke. In the fall, the student injured his backbone. The student ‘s name is Navaneeth and he is from Karyavattom LNCP. The incident took place at 8:15 in the morning.

 
         Sarita finally gets her Asian Games bronze medal    
 
 
NEW DELHI: Boxer Sarita Devi today finally received her Asian Games bronze medal which she had refused at the victory ceremony in Incheon under controversial circumstances with the Indian Olympic Association Secretary General Rajeev Mehta presenting it to her here.

 
         Karnataka beat Tamil Nadu in Ranji opener    
 
 
BENGALURU: Aravind Sreenath and Vinay Kumar's incisive spells today helped Karnataka pull off a stunning 285-run win over arch-rivals Tamil Nadu in what turned out to be a thrilling Ranji Trophy A Group encounter here.

 
         Clarke, Smith tons prop Australia to mammoth score    
 
 
ADELAIDE: Captain Michael Clarke fought through pain to slam 128, while Steve Smith also produced a career-best hundred against India's hapless bowling attack as Australia piled up a mammoth 517 for seven to take control of the first cricket Test on a rain-truncated second day, here today.

 
         J&K upset Mumbai by four wickets    
 
MUMBAI: Jammu and Kashmir continued their rapid rise in the domestic circuit, notching up a stunning four-wicket triumph over 40-time champions Mumbai with more than a session to spare in their Group A Ranji Trophy cricket opener at the Wankhede Stadium here.

 
         I’ll stay away from IPL if allowed to contest BCCI polls: Srinivasan to SC    
 
 
NEW DELHI: Suspended Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) chief N Srinivasan on Wednesday submitted an undertaking to the Supreme Court (SC) that he will stay away from all Indian Premier League (IPL) related issues if he is allowed to contest the elections for the post of BCCI president.

 
 
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