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         Ishant, three Sri Lankan players charged by ICC    
 
 
COLOMBO: India fast bowler Ishant Sharma and three Sri Lankan players Dhammika Prasad, Dinesh Chandimal and Lahiru Thirimanne have been charged by the ICC for getting into an altercation on the fourth day of the third Test here.

 
         Serena, Djokovic roll but Nishikori falls at US Open    
 
 
NEW YORK: Top-ranked Serena Williams launched her quest to win the US Open and complete a calendar Grand Slam by overwhelming 86th-ranked Russian Vitalia Diatchenko for her 29th consecutive Slam match triumph.

 
         Serena credits Graf influence for mental focus    
 
 
NEW YORK: Three-time defending champion Serena Williams, chasing tennis milestones set by Steffi Graf, credited the retired German star with inspiring her mental discipline after reaching the second round of the US Open.

 
         India clinch series against Sri Lanka 2-1    
 
 
COLOMBO: It's celebrations all around as Sri Lanka have been bowled out for 268. India defeated Sri Lanka by 117 runs in the third and final Test in Colombo on Tuesday to win a series for the first time on the island since 1993. Sri Lanka, set a victory target of 386, were bowled out for 268 after tea on the fifth day despite a fighting 110 from skipper Angelo Mathews.

 
         India eye historic Test series victory on Sri Lankan soil    
 
 
COLOMBO: India reduced Sri Lanka to a shaky 67 for 3 after setting a daunting victory target of 386 in the third and final cricket Test on Monday. If they win the series 2-1, it would be their first series win on the Sri Lankan soil in 22 years.

 
         Rain interrupts play, India 21/3    
 
 
COLOMBO: India gained a handy 111-run first innings lead but Sri Lanka hit back with three early strikes to roar back into the game on a topsy turvy Day 3 of the third and final cricket Test here Sunday.

 
         Goa prepared to host National Games-2016: Bhakta    
 
 
PANAJI: Goa is prepared to host the 36th National Games in November next year with full support from government, Goa Olympic Association (GOA) General Secretary Gurudutt Bhakta has said. About 60 per cent of the infrastructural work for various sports events has been completed in the state, he claimed.

 
         We will make it count say Indian women hockey eves    
 
 
NEW DELHI: An "overjoyed" Indian women hockey team today vowed to make the most of the Olympic qualification, as it will be one last opportunity for many players to compete in the showpiece event.

 
         Rain stops play in 3rd Test as ton-up Pujara stays firm    
 
 
COLOMBO: India were 292 for eight against Sri Lanka when rain stopped play in the final session on Day 2 of the third and final cricket Test, here today.

 
         Indian women hockey team qualifies for Olympics after 36 years    
 
 
NEW DELHI: Indian women's hockey team will return to the Olympics after a long gap of 36 years as it qualified today for next year's Rio Games, courtesy England making it to the final of the ongoing EuroHockey Championships in London.

 
         Pujara half century takes India to 119/4 at lunch on Day 2    
 
 
COLOMBO: A fighting Cheteshwar Pujara struck his seventh Test fifty and helped India reach 119 for four at lunch on day two of the third and final cricket Test against Sri Lanka here today.

 
         Women relay team, race walkers disappoint in Athletics Worlds    
 
 
BEIJING: Indian women's 4x400m relay team and men's 50km race walkers brought up the rear with disappointing performances on the penultimate day of the World Athletics Championships here today.

 
         Indian women hockey team qualifies for Olympics after 36 years    
 
 
NEW DELHI: Indian women's hockey team will return to the Olympics after a long gap of 36 years as it qualified Saturday for next year's Rio Games, courtesy England making it to the final of the ongoing EuroHockey Championships in London.

 
         Bolt bags 10th gold after win in 200m at Worlds    
 
 
BEIJING: Usain Bolt put his sprinting supremacy beyond doubt. With one of his coasting-at-the-end performances in the 200 meters on Thursday, Justin Gatlin still couldn’t get close as the Jamaican won a record 10th gold medal at the world championships.

 
         Gavaskar wants Bhuvi to replace Binny in 3rd Test    
 
 
NEW DELHI: Former captain Sunil Gavaskar Thursday said that India should field five specialist bowlers by leaving out Stuart Binny from the playing XI if they want to win the third and final cricket Test against Sri Lanka beginning tomorrow in Colombo.

 
         Dravid gave me right kind of confidence needed: Karun Nair    
 
 
COLOMBO: Having spent considerable amount of time under Rahul Dravid tutelage in Rajasthan Royals as well as India A set-up, talented Karun Nair is thankful to Karnataka legend who has given him "right confidence" as he is enjoying his maiden call-up to the national squad.

 
         Tintu Luka crashes out of World Athletics Championships    
 
 
BEIJING: India's Tinku Luka finished seventh in her heats to crash out of the women's 800m competition on the fifth day of the World Athletics Championships here on Wednesday.

 
         Risk-taker Kohli will help India better overseas record: Gilly    
 
 
NEW DELHI: It is not often that you see India winning a Test overseas but Virat Kohli's penchant for taking calculated risks could buck that trend, feels Australian great Adam Gilchrist.

 
         Ashwin spins magic, India roar back to level series 1-1    
 
 
COLOMBO: Ravichandran Ashwin Monday produced another magical spell to scalp five wickets as India notched up a series-levelling 278-run victory in the second cricket Test against Sri Lanka, denying the legendary Kumar Sangakkara a fairy tale farewell from the game.

 
         Sublime Sangakkara's swansong ends in disappointment    
 
 
COLOMBO: Kumar Sangakkara, who rose to become one of the greatest Sri Lankan to have played the game, walked out to bat for one final time in international cricket amid a standing ovation at the P Sara Oval and guard of honour by the visiting Indian team.

 
         India set 413-run target for Sri Lanka to win second Test    
 
 
COLOMBO: India declared their second innings of the second cricket Test against Sri Lanka at 325/8 on the fourth day of play at the P Sara Oval here on Sunday -- setting a 413-run win-target for the hosts.

 
         Sania crashes out of Western and Southern Open    
 
 
CINCINNATI: India's campaign came to an end at the Western and Southern Open after Sania Mirza and her Swiss partner Martina Hingis crashed out with a three-set defeat in the women's doubles semifinal here.

 
         India will not play cricket with Pakistan: BCCI    
 
 
NEW DELHI: Lashing out at Pakistan, BCCI Secretary Anurag Thakur Sunday said there will be no revival of cricketing relations between the two countries if the strife-torn nation harbours Dawood Ibrahim and continues dialogue with Hurriyat leaders.

 
         Bengaluru Bulls beat Telugu Titans 39-38 to enter Pro Kabaddi League final    
 
 
MUMBAI: Bengaluru Bulls staved off a late fight back from their southern rivals Telugu Titans from Hyderabad to chalk out an exciting 39-38 victory and enter the final of the Pro Kabaddi League at the NSCI Stadium day. Putting on a very impressive show in both attack and defense, the Bulls simply blew away their rivals after the first five minutes and were racing away to a thumping victory.

 
         Sangakkara fails in farewell, Lankans end day 2 at 140/3    
 
 
COLOMBO: Retiring legend Kumar Sangakkara failed to get a big knock in his swansong Test appearance but Sri Lanka overcame an early jolt to reach 140/3 after dismissing India for 393 in the first innings of the second cricket Test here Friday.

 
         Karun Nair's century helps India A earn a draw against SA A    
 
 
WAYANAD: Talented Karnataka batsman Karun Nair's patient hundred ensured a hard-earned draw for India A against South Africa A in the first unofficial cricket 'Test' here Friday.

 
         Rahul slams ton as India recover to score 319 for six    
 
 
COLOMBO: Opener Lokesh Rahul struck a fluent century as India recovered from early jitters to reach 319 for six in their first innings to leave the second cricket Test against Sri Lanka evenly poised here Thursday.

 
         Saina Nehwal regains World No.1 spot    
 
 
NEW DELHI: Ace Indian shuttler Saina Nehwal Thursday regained the number one spot in world badminton rankings by toppling Spaniard Carolina Martin to whom she had lost in the summit clash of the just-concluded World Championships.

 
         Decision on coach will be taken in September: Thakur    
 
 
COLOMBO: BCCI secretary Anurag Thakur Thursday confirmed that a call on India's new chief coach will be taken in September in consultation with Cricket Advisory Committee (CAC) before the start of the South Africa home series in October.

 
         Gowda, Tintu to spearhead Indian challenge at World C'ships    
 
 
NEW DELHI: Commonwealth Games gold medal winner Vikas Gowda and ace athlete Tintu Luka will lead the Indian challenge at the IAAF World Championships, where the country will present competition in nine disciplines.

 
 
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