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       HEADLINES: Tipper driver dies in accident                                              Evidence against Vellapally handed over to VS: Biju Ramesh                                              Sudheeran, M A Shukoor challenges SNDP                                              Beef fest: No action against Deepa                                              No setbacks in bar bribery case: Vinson M Paul                                              Hand chopping incident: It's unacceptable, says Swaraj                                              Kejriwal sacks food minister for corruption                                              Azamgarh youth with ISIS in Iraq wants to return home                                              One shot dead, three wounded in US university 'confrontation'                                              Karun hits ton as Karnataka take 1st innings vs Bengal                                              Pune edge past NorthEast by a solitary goal                                              Sania-Martina enter China Open final                                              Kaumudi Facebook
         Sania-Martina enter China Open final    
BEIJING: The leading women's tennis doubles pair of Sania Mirza and Martina Hingis marched into the final of the China Open, thumping the Chinese duo of Chen Liang and Yafan Wang 6-2, 6-3 in a one-sided clash here on Friday.

         Pune edge past NorthEast by a solitary goal    
PUNE: FC Pune City maintained a clean sheet by recording their second consecutive win with a solitary goal victory over NorthEast United in an Indian Super League football match here today.

         Karun hits ton as Karnataka take 1st innings vs Bengal    
BENGALURU: Upcoming talent Karun Nair made a mincemeat of Bengal bowling with a crushing century as defending champions Karnataka comfortably took the first innings lead against Bengal in a Ranji Trophy group league encounter, here today.

         Sania-Martina reach China Open semis    
BEIJING: The Indo-Swiss tennis combine of Sania Mirza and Martina Hingis were tested but eventually made their way through to enter the women's doubles semifinals of the $5.7 million China Open here on Thursday.

         Blatter faces 90 day suspension from FIFA, confidant says    
FIFA president Sepp Blatter faces an imminent 90 day suspension from football if the governing body's ethics judge backs a prosecutor's recommendation, a close friend and former advisor to Blatter told Reuters on Wednesday.

         India beat New Zealand 3-1, level hockey Test series    
NEW DELHI: Indian men's hockey bounced back strongly and defeated New Zealand 3-1 in the second Test in Christchurch to level the four-match series 1-1 in their ongoing tour to the Kiwi land.

         International boxer Jai Bhagwan suspended for taking bribe    
HISAR: Olympian and Arjun award-winning boxer Jai Bhagwan, who is an inspector with Haryana Police, has been suspended from his job for allegedly taking a bribe of Rs one lakh from a businessman of Adampur Mandi in Hisar district. Jai Bhagwan was suspended yesterday on the basis of an inquiry report submitted by DSP Bhagwan Dass who had been appointed by Hisar Superintendent of Police Satender Gupta to investigate the matter, a police official said.

         India to play for pride in dead rubber against South Africa    
KOLKATA: India need to set the team composition right as they look to restore pride and prevent South Africa from recording a clean sweep when the two teams clash in the third and final Twenty20 International, here tomorrow.

         Don't give International game to Cuttack for 2 years: Gavaskar    
NEW DELHI: Slamming the crowd behaviour and the police response to it during the second Twenty20 cricket match between India and South Africa, former captain Sunil Gavaskar has said that Barabati Stadium in Cuttack should be banned as an international venue for two years.

         Sachin, Warne confirm participation for T20 all-star series    
MELBOURNE: Cricketing legends Shane Warne and Sachin Tendulkar have confirmed that they will headline a Twenty20 all-star series in the United States next month, featuring a star-studded line-up of former international players.

         India lose 0-2 against New Zealand in hockey series    
NEW DELHI: The Indian hockey team had a disappointing start to their four-Test series as they suffered a 0-2 loss against hosts New Zealand in the first match at Nelson here.

         Angry fans hurl bottles in Cuttack as South Africa outplay India to win Twenty20 series    
CUTTACK: South Africa on Monday clinched the Twenty20 series with a comfortable six-wicket win over a lacklustre India in the second match, which was marred by shameful and unruly crowd behaviour here.

         Confident India set for New Zealand clash    
NEW DELHI: Having registered convincing wins in warm-up games against the A team, the Indian men's hockey outfit will be high on confidence as it prepares to take on New Zealand at Nelson tomorrow.

         Manohar returns as BCCI President, Srinivasan era ends    
MUMBAI: Lawyer-turned-administrator Shashank Manohar was Sunday elected unopposed as the BCCI President ushering in a new era in the Cricket Board and ending N Srinivasan's clout in the cash-rich body.

         Postiga stars on debut as ATK beat Chennaiyin FC in ISL opener    
CHENNAI: Portuguese striker Helder Postiga scored twice as defending champions Atletico de Kolkata (ATK) started their campaign on a winning note beating Chennaiyin FC 3-2 in an exciting lung opener of the cash-rich Hero Indian Super League (ISL), here tomorrow.

         Manohar set to be named BCCI chief at Sunday's SGM    
MUMBAI: Former president Shashank Manohar has emerged as the sole candidate to be elected to the top post of the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI), which has fallen vacant with the demise of Jagmohan Dalmiya, in the Special General Meeting (SGM) to be held here on Sunday.

         Rohit's maiden T20I ton goes in vain as SA draw first blood    
DHARAMSALA: Rohit Sharma's blistering century went in vain as South Africa began their long tour of India on a winning note by scripting a thrilling seven-wicket victory in the first Twenty20 International cricket match here today.

         Sania-Hingis enter Wuhan Open semis    
WUHAN: Ace Indian tennis star Sania Mirza continued her juggernaut with partner Martina Hingis as the Indo-Swiss pair entered the semi-finals of the Wuhan Open WTA tournament here today.

         Indian eves stand fourth in ICC team rankings    
DUBAI: The Indian women's cricket team stands fourth in the latest ICC team rankings with the new innovative multi-format system brought into place.

         Don't have a seamer all-rounder who can bowl full quota: Dhoni    
DHARAMSALA: India's limited overs captain Mahendra Singh Dhoni today said that the search is still on for a potent cricketer, who can fit into the role of a seam bowling all-rounder that will help getting the team combination right.

         Don't want to read too much into SA's warm-up loss: Rohit    
DHARMASALA: Rohit Sharma says the Indian team is not reading too much into South Africa's surprise loss in the warm-up game and feels it will be a big challenge to beat of "one of the most consistent sides across format" when the series begins with the T2O International here on Friday.

         Bangladesh tour in doubt as Australians return to home states    
SYDNEY: Australia's two-Test tour to Bangladesh remained on hold today with players returning to their home states after new warnings about security in the south Asian nation.

         Indian Atlantic Federation bans three Malayali athletes    
CHENNAI: Indian Athletic Federation has decided to ban three athletes from Kerala for absenting themselves from the national camp held in Patiala.

         BCCI to elect President on October 4, Manohar set for 2nd term    
NEW DELHI: The BCCI has called a Special General Meeting (SGM) on October 4 to elect its new President with Nagpur lawyer Shashank Manohar emerging as a "consensus" candidate.

         Mayank helps India A chase down imposing SA total    
NEW DELHI: Mayank Agarwal continued with his blazing red-hot form as India A spoilt South Africa’s opening warm-up game, comfortably beating the visitors by eight wickets in the T20 game here today.

         Vijender promises fitting reply to Whiting's threats    
MANCHESTER: Laughing off his rival's warnings of a brutal welcome to the professional circuit, star Indian boxer Vijender Singh today said he would give a fitting reply to Sonny Whiting not with words but with his punches in the ring.

         SA will be keen to hit straps against India's T20 hopefuls    
NEW DELHI: A strong South African T20 squad with a judicious blend of youth and experience will open their campaign in a 72-day long tour, when they take on a talented bunch of India A youngsters in a T20 warm-up game, here tomorrow.

         Brilliant Bindra nails gold on day one    
NEW DELHI: Beijing Olympics champion Abhinav Bindra produced some excellent shooting to clinch the gold while London Games bronze medallist Gagan Narang failed to finish on the podium in the men’s 10M Air Rifle event of the Asian Air Gun Championships here on Sunday.

         Hamilton equals Senna's record    
Lewis Hamilton won the Japanese Grand Prix on Sunday to equal the late Ayrton Senna's tally of 41 Formula One victories and move 48 points clear of Mercedes team mate Nico Rosberg with five races remaining.

         India win seven medals in Asian Rowing Championships    
NEW DELHI: India bagged seven medals, including five silver and two bronze at the 16th Asian Rowing Championships that concluded in Beijing Monday.

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