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       HEADLINES: Pinarayi elected CPM Legislature party leader                                              Senior CPI leader K C Mathew no more                                              Quotation team in front of K Sudhakaran’s house                                              NCP finalizes A K Saseendran as minister                                              Let Pinarayi ensure peace first in his hometown, says Kummanam                                              Top JeM commander among two ultras killed                                              Pvt colleges to come under NEET: Nadda                                              India will nab Dawood Ibrahim and bring him back soon                                              Bread issue: Govt set to ban pottassium bromate                                              NSG, Azhar issues to figure in Mukherjee's talks with Xi                                              British mother jailed for trying to take kids to ISIS                                              Five navy officers sentenced to death in Pakistan                                              Rio medal winners to be considered for Khel Ratna, Arjuna                                              Poor state of Pakistan cricket pains Abbas                                              Smith sizzler leads Lions recovery as they post 158 v/s RCB                                              Kaumudi Facebook
         Smith sizzler leads Lions recovery as they post 158 v/s RCB    
BENGALURU: Dwayne Smith hammered 73 off 41 balls to help Gujarat Lions recover from a disastrous start and post 158 all out against Royal Challengers Bangalore in Qualifier 1 of the Indian Premier League here today.

         Poor state of Pakistan cricket pains Abbas    
KARACHI: ICC President Zaheer Abbas has lamented the gradual slide of the Pakistan team and lack of proper replacements for senior players. The stylish batsman, who earned the sobriquet of 'Asian Bradman' for his run-scoring feats, said he was concerned that Pakistan cricket has stopped producing legends.

         Rio medal winners to be considered for Khel Ratna, Arjuna    
NEW DELHI: In a bid to ensure that Olympic medallists get immediate recognition, the Sports Ministry today said medal winners from the upcoming Rio Games will be considered for this year's Khel Ratna and Arjuna Awards. The ministry the decision has been taken so that athletes need not wait for one full year after their medal-winning performances at the Olympic Games.

         Pankaj Advani wins Asian 6-Red Snooker    
MUMBAI: India's ace cueist Pankaj Advani created history in Abu Dhabi by clinching the Asian 6-Red Snooker title. Advani thus became the first in the world to hold both world and continental titles in 6-red snooker at the same time, according to information received here.

         Resurgent RCB play steady Gujarat in quest for final berth    
BENGALURU: Powered by an in-form Virat Kohli's inspirational leadership, Royal Challengers Bangalore would look to inch closer to a maiden IPL title triumph when they take on table-toppers Gujarat Lions in the Qualifier I, here tomorrow.

         Kohli wins toss, invites Delhi to bat in do-or-die IPL match    
RAIPUR: Royal Challengers Bangalore skipper Virat Kohli won the toss and opted to bowl against Delhi Daredevils in their do-or-die IPL T20 cricket match, here today.

         Spinners take KKR into IPL 9 play-off    
KOLKATA: Sunil Narine and Kuldeep Yadav sizzled with the ball as two-time champions Kolkata Knight Riders rode on its spin attack to advance into the play-offs of the ongoing Indian Premier League with a 22-run win over Sunrisers Hyderabad, here today.

         Unanimous choice Thakur becomes youngest BCCI President    
MUMBAI: Anurag Thakur was Sunday unanimously elected as the youngest BCCI President post-Independence, taking up the most high-profile position in Indian cricket administration at a time when the Board is sailing in choppy waters.

         Mary Kom's Rio dream over, loses in World C'ship 2nd round    
ASTANA (KAZAKHSTAN): Five-time world champion M C Mary Kom's hopes of a second successive Olympic appearance ended Saturday after she went down in the second round of the AIBA Women's World Boxing Championships here.

         Delhi Daredevils win toss, put Sunrisers Hyderabad in to bat    
RAIPUR: Delhi Daredevils won the toss and opted to field against Sunrisers Hyderabad in an Indian Premier League here today. Teams: Delhi Daredevils: Zaheer Khan (C), Quinton de Kock (W), Sanju Samson, Karun Nair, Rishabh Pant, JP Duminy, Pawan Negi, Carlos Brathwaite, Jayant Yadav, Nathan Coulter-Nile, Amit Mishra.

         Indian eves settle for bronze in Uber Cup    
KUNSHAN: Indian women's team settled for a bronze medal after suffering a 0-3 defeat at the hands of defending champions China in the semifinals of the Uber Cup badminton championship, here today.

         Women qualify; men disappoint    
KUNSHAN: The Indian women’s team qualified for the Uber Cup badminton tournament quarterfinals despite suffering a narrow 2-3 loss to powerhouse Japan in its third and final Group D match, here on Wednesday. The men’s team, however, continued its dismal run in the Thomas Cup and crashed out after being blanked 0-5 by Indonesia in their third match of Group B at the Kunshan Sports Center Stadium. The Indian men’s team had lost to Thailand and Hong Kong in its last two outings and will re

         Dravid and Zaheer are my choice of Indian coach: Harbhajan    
NEW DELHI: Senior India off-spinner Harbhajan Singh today said former captain Rahul Dravid is ideal to be the next chief coach of the Indian cricket team with Zaheer Khan as the bowling coach.

         Don't know if I have hit peak: Kohli    
NEW DELHI: India's star batsman Virat Kohli says he has not batted better than the last two months but stopped short of calling the ongoing phenomenal phase as the peak of his career.

         Pune beat Delhi by 19 runs under D/L method    
VISAKHAPATNAM: Adam Zampa and Ashok Dinda shone with the ball by grabbing three wickets apiece before Ajinkya Rahane hit an unbeaten 42 as Rising Pune Supergiants beat Delhi Daredevils by 19 runs under Duckworth-Lewis method in a rain-interrupted IPL match here today.

         Inspirational Kohli set to play vs KXIP despite split webbing    
BENGALURU: Enjoying one of the best phases in his career so far, Royal Challengers Bangalore's inspirational leader Virat Kohli is ready to play through pain against Kings XI Punjab with multiple stitches in his split webbing in another must-win IPL encounter, here tomorrow.

         HC asks WFI, Sports Min to reply on Sushil Kumar's plea    
NEW DELHI: Delhi High Court today directed Wrestling Federation of India (WFI) to give a hearing to Olympic medallist Sushil Kumar, who has sought a selection trial to decide who will represent India in the men's 74 kg freestyle category at Rio Games.

         Glenn Maxwell out of IPL with side strain    
MOHALI, PTI: MOHALI: Dashing batsman Glenn Maxwell is the latest Australian cricketer to end his IPL campaign prematurely as a side strain has ruled him out of Kings XI Punjab's remaining two matches in the cash-rich league.

         Sardar rested, Sreejesh to lead India in Champions Trophy    
NEW DELHI: The selection committee of the Indian men's hockey team decided to rest skipper Sardar Singh and ace drag-flicker Rupinder Pal Singh from the 18-member national squad led by goalkeeper PR Sreejesh, that will take part in the FIH Champions Trophy in London from June 10-17.

         Still holding on to hope, Sushil moves Delhi High Court    
NEW DELHI: Left with no other option, two-time Olympic medallist Sushil Kumar moved the Delhi High Court with a plea to direct the Wrestling Federation of India to conduct a selection trial to decide who will represent India in men's 74kg freestyle category at the Rio Games.

         Govt not to intervene in Sushil vs Narsingh battle: Sonowal    
PATIALA: Sports Minister Sarbananda Sonowal today ruled out intervention in the Sushil Kumar-Narsingh Yadav selection battle for the Rio Olympics, saying that the matter is for the Wrestling Federation of India to decide.

         I'll hit six sixes again: Yuvraj to a kid who fought cancer    
MOHALI: A cancer survivor and a World Cup hero, India batsman Yuvraj Singh gave some vital tips to 17 young kids, who fought their own battles against the dreaded disease, during an interaction here. Yuvraj, who hit 24-ball 42 runs to guide his IPL team Sunrisers Hyderabad to a seven-wicket win against Kings XI Punjab, interacted with a group of children, many among them aged 7 or 8 years, at the PCA stadium last night.

         Former Test cricketer Shodhan passes away    
MUMBAI: Former Test cricketer Deepak Shodhan, the first Indian to score a memorable ton in his debut innings, died today at his residence in his birth place, Ahmedabad aged 87.

         De Villiers, Kohli hammer Lions as RCB win by record 144 runs    
BENGALURU: AB de Villiers and Virat Kohli today orchestrated a mayhem by scoring magnificent centuries as Royal Challengers Bangalore inflicted a crushing 144-run defeat on league leaders Gujarat Lions, recording the biggest ever victory in the history of Indian Premier League here.

         Supergiants opt to bat against KKR    
KOLKATA: Rising Pune Supergiants won the toss and elected to bat against Kolkata Knight Riders in the Indian Premier League here today. Teams: Kolkata Knight Riders: Robin Uthappa, Gautam Gambhir (captain), Manish Pandey, Yusuf Pathan, Shakib Al Hasan, Suryakumar Yadav, Andre Russell, Piyush Chawla, Sunil Narine, Ankit Rajpoot, Morne Morkel.

         No stopping Vijender, punches his way to 6th KO win    
BOLTON: Indian boxing star Vijender Singh's rampaging winning streak remained intact as he carved out a sixth successive knockout victory by battering Poland's Andrzej Soldra here today.

         Indian women stun top seeds HK to reach Asian Squash final    
TAIPEI: It proved a day of mixed luck for India in the semifinals of the Asian Team Squash Championship as the women waltz past against top seeds Hong Kong while the men went down fighting to Pakistan here today.

         Mumbai Indians opt to bat against Kings XI Punjab    
VISHAKHAPATANAM: Mumbai Indians won the toss and elected to bat in their Indian Premier League match against Kings XI Punjab here today.

         All-round Delhi thump Sunrisers Hyderabad    
Delhi Daredevils produced an all-round effort to defeat Sunrisers Hyderabad by seven wickets and jump to the third spot in the ongoing Indian Premier League here on Thursday.

         I was not abused by Preity Zinta: Sanjay Bangar    
NEW DELHI: Kings XI Punjab coach Sanjay Bangar today dismissed reports which claimed that he was abused by franchise co-owner Preity Zinta following their one run loss against Royal Challengers Bangalore in Mohali on May 9.

Can we expect a corrupt-free rule from UDF under Pinarayi?
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