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         Srini can't take charge of BCCI till cleared by Mudgal Comm:SC    
NEW DLHI: The Supreme Court today rejected N Srinivasan's plea for reinstatement as BCCI President saying he cannot be allowed to take up the charge till he gets a clean chit from Justice Mudgal Committee which is probing him and 12 players in IPL betting and spot-fixing scandal.

         India are back as No.1 ODI side    
DUBAI: World champions India were back as the No.1 ranked ODI side following Zimbabwe's historic three-wicket win over Australia in a triangular series match in Harare Sunday, the International Cricket Council (ICC) announced here Monday.

         Sindhu settles for second bronze in World Championship    
COPENHAGEN: P V Sindhu today suffered a heartbreak at the World Badminton Championship as the Indian shuttler had to settle for a second consecutive bronze medal after succumbing to Carolina Marin of Spain in straight games at the semifinals, here today.

         India beat England by six wickets in 3rd ODI    
NOTTINGHAM: Ambati Rayudu slammed an unbeaten 64 as India relied on an all-round display to thrash England by six wickets in the third cricket one-dayer and take an unassailable 2-0 lead in the five-match series here today.

         Saina crashes out of World Badminton Championship quarters    
COPENHAGEN: India's star shuttler Saina Nehwal crashed out of the World Badminton Championships after suffering a straight game defeat at the hands of top seed Li Xuerui of China, here today.

         Shuttler Sindhu in Worlds semis, assured of bronze    
COPENHAGEN: Leading Indian shuttler P.V. Sindhu created history Friday by reaching the women's singles semi-finals and assuring herself of at least a bronze medal finish at the World Championships here.

         Victories for Paes, Sania at US Open    
NEW YORK: Defending champions Leander Paes and Radek Stepanek had to work hard to cross the first round hurdle in men's doubles even as Sania Mirza moved to second rounds of her two events at the US Open, here.

         England fined for slow over-rate in Cardiff ODI    
CARDIFF: The England cricket team was Thursday fined for maintaining a slow over-rate during the second One-Day International (ODI) against India in Cardiff Wednesday.

         Sharapova reaches US Open third round, American men in new low    
NEW YORK: Maria Sharapova booked her US Open third-round berth with a gritty three-set victory over Alexandra Dulgheru as US men produced an historic low in their home Grand Slam.

         India set England 305-run target in 2nd ODI    
CARDIFF: Invited to bat, India scored a challenging 304 for six in the second One-day international against England at Sophia Gardens, here today.

         Saina, Jayaram progress; Kashyap bows out of WBC    
COPENHAGEN: London Olympics bronze medallist Saina Nehwal stormed into the third round of the World Badminton Championship with a commanding straight game win over Natalia Perminova of Russia in women's singles here today.

         Desperate India ready for some on-field action in 2nd ODI    
CARDIFF: Rocked by one controversy after another, India will be looking to hope that the spotlight shifts to the cricketing action as they take on an upbeat England side in the second one day international of the five-match series here tomorrow.

         Rain forces India-England ODI to be abandoned    
BRISTOL: The first of the five One-Day Internationals (ODI) between India and England to be played at the County Ground here Monday was cancelled due to heavy rain. The match was abandoned without a ball being bowled or even the toss taking place. The second ODI will be held at Sophia Gardens in Cardiff Wednesday.

         Ricciardo eases to victory at Spa    
SPA (BELGIUM): Nico Rosberg rode his luck to open up a clear 29-points championship advantage over Mercedes teammate Lewis Hamilton on Sunday when he finished second behind triumphant Australian Daniel Ricciardo in the Belgian Grand Prix.

         Fletcher is the boss of the team till World Cup: Dhoni    
BRISTOL: Ending speculation about coach Duncan Fletcher's role in the five one-dayers against England, Indian skipper Mahendra Singh Dhoni today said that the Zimbabwean will stay as "boss" of the team until the 2015 World Cup.

         Mehta writes himself into history books with 147 break    
FURTH: Aditya Mehta became the first Indian to make the maximum break of 147 outside the country when he potted 15 reds, 15 blacks and cleared the table, in a round of 32 match at the Paul Hunter Classic snooker tournament here.

         Former BCCI boss Bindra retires from cricket administration    
CHANDIGARH: Former BCCI president and veteran cricket administrator Inderjit Singh Bindra has decided to resign from the post of president of the Punjab Cricket Association (PCA) after being actively involved in its running for the past 36 years.

         Aussies will not tone down aggression against India: Harris    
MELBOURNE: India's tour of Australia might be over three months away but mind games have already started with pacer Ryan Harris saying they will not tone down their aggression and the Indians may face a brutal summer from fellow fast bowler Mitchell Johnson.

         Gap to enter Indian market; first stores to come in Delhi, Mum    
NEW YORK: American clothing retailer Gap will enter India next year in partnership with textile company Arvind Lifestyle Brand and open 40 outlets across the country as part of its global expansion strategy.

         Chennai replaces Bangalore franchise of ISL    
MUMBAI: The mystery regarding the proprietors of Indian Super League's (ISL) newly-inducted Chennai franchise, which replaced Bangalore, remained unresolved Thursday as they were represented by Prashant Agarwal of Play on Skills who was deputed by the yet-to-be-announced owner to attend the international players' draft held here for the inaugural edition tentatively scheduled from Oct 12 to Dec 20.

         My role doesn’t undermine Duncan Fletcher: Shastri    
LONDON: Handed the task of overseeing a struggling Indian cricket side, newly-appointed Team India Director Ravi Shastri has refuted suggestions that his role would undermine the position of beleaguered coach Duncan Fletcher. Shastri was appointed Team Director after India lost the fifth and final Test against England in under three days to go down 1-3 in the series.

         Gujarat boxing body claims conspiracy in suspension    
NEW DELHI: Claiming conspiracy in the suspension of Gujarat Amateur Boxing Association, its general secretary I D Nanavati has written to the International Boxing Association (AIBA) complaining that the move was aimed at stopping him from participating in the upcoming Boxing India elections.

         Shooting well, hope to win Olympic quota in Spain: Gurpal    
NEW DELHI: Commonwealth Games silver medallist Gurpal Singh is confident of cashing in on the momentum and earning a 2016 Olympic quota place in the upcoming World Championships in Granada, Spain. The white metal in men's free 50-metre pistol event at the Barry Buddon Shooting Range near Glasgow last month was Gurpal's one of best achievements in his career.

         Fletcher's wings clipped, Shastri appointed Team Director    
NEW DELHI: Cracking the whip following India's shambolic Test series against England, The BCCI today virtually sidelined coach Duncan Fletcher by appointing former captain Ravi Shastri as the Team Director while giving a "break" to bowling coach Joe Dawes and fielding coach Trevor Penny for the upcoming one-day series.

         India slip one place to fifth spot in ICC Test rankings    
DUBAI: India have slipped one place to be fifth in the ICC Test team rankings after their 1-3 demolition at the hands of England in the recently-concluded five-match series.

         'Wait and watch', Dhoni says on queries on quitting captaincy    
LONDON: India captain Mahendra Singh Dhoni today gave an open-ended reply to a query if he is ready to quit captaincy after another Test debacle on foreign soil having lost the current series 1-3 to England, here today.

         Indian cricketers have embarrassed the country: Gavaskar    
LONDON: Batting great Sunil Gavaskar on Sunday said Mahendra Singh Dhoni and his boys have "embarrassed" the country with their "jelly-like" resistance in the Test series against England and even suggested that those not interested in playing longer-format should quit the Test team.

         Dream come true for us, says Sanju Samson’s family    
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: The family of Indian cricket’s newest player Sanju Samson on Monday said the opportunity for the 19-year-old to play for the national team was a “dream come true”.

         Third gold for Kerala in Federation Cup    
PATIALA: Kerala gained the third gold in the Federation Cup senior athletics meet. K T Irfan bagged the third gold in 20 kilometre walk Monday.

         England 148/1 at lunch on day 2    
LONDON: England captain Alastair Cook fought his way to another gritty half-century as home team reached a comfortable 148 for one against India at lunch, on the second of the fifth and final cricket Test, here today.

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