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       HEADLINES: Case registered against priest for sexual abuse                                              Indian techie falls to death in Sydney                                              Two minor sisters kidnapped, gang-raped in Badaun                                              Amaravati to be Andhra’s new capital                                              Buhari wins in Nigeria, defeating Goodluck Jonathan                                              Boost for S African defence industry from Indian military deal                                              Indian-origin Singaporean nurse to be given achievement award                                              IAF plane reaches Djibouti to bring back Indians                                              Misao Okawa dies at 117 in Japan                                              ICC president Mustafa Kamal resigns                                              'A lovely way to finish'                                              Srikanth enters second round of Malaysia Open                                              ICC Prez Mustafa Kamal resigns over presentation fiasco                                              Kaumudi Facebook
         ICC Prez Mustafa Kamal resigns over presentation fiasco    
DHAKA: Livid after he was denied the honour of handing over the World Cup winners' trophy, Mustafa Kamal today resigned as ICC President to protest what he called a constitutional violation by the governing body.

         Srikanth enters second round of Malaysia Open    
KUALA LUMPUR: Newly-crowned India Open badminton champion, Kidambi Srikanth continued his impressive run as he notched up another hard-fought win over England's Rajiv Ouseph in a three-game men's singles match of the USD 500,000 Malaysia Open Super Series Premier, here today.

         'A lovely way to finish'    
WELLINGTON: New Zealand veteran left-arm spinner Daniel Vettori confirmed what many expected in announcing his retirement from international cricket upon the team's return from the World Cup on Tuesday.

         ICC president Mustafa Kamal resigns    
DHAKA: Livid after he was denied the honour of handing over the World Cup winners’ trophy, Mustafa Kamal on Wednesday resigned as ICC president to protest what he called a constitutional violation by the governing body.

         Shastri defends Virat, says his work ethic as good as any    
NEW DELHI: Defending an under-fire Virat Kohli, Indian cricket Team Director Ravi Shastri Tuesday said the swashbuckling batsman's ordinary run in the World Cup had nothing to do with his actress-girlfriend Anushka Sharma's presence and to call it that is "utter nonsense".

         Vettori says goodbye to cricket, ends ODI career    
AUCKLAND: Veteran left-arm spinner Daniel Vettori, the most capped ODI player for New Zealand, Tuesday bid adieu to the 50-over format, completely ending an 18-year career in the game during which he won plaudits for being an inspiring leader.

         Kohli steady at 4th, Dhawan rises to 6th in ICC ODI rankings    
DUBAI: A lacklustre World Cup performance notwithstanding, Virat Kohli remained the highest-placed Indian batsman at fourth even as Shikhar Dhawan rose a rung to sixth in the latest ICC ODI rankings issued on Tuesday.

         No Indian in ICC's World Cup XI led by McCullum    
MELBOURNE: Not a single Indian cricketer found a place in the ICC’s World Cup XI which was dominated by runners-up New Zealand rather than champions Australia with Black Caps skipper Brendon McCullum as its captain.

         Australia lift 5th World Cup, give fairytale sendoff to Clarke    
MELBOURNE: Australia today clinched the coveted ICC Cricket World Cup for the fifth time, thrashing New Zealand by seven wickets to provide a perfect farewell gift to skipper Michael Clarke, who played a key role with a 74-run knock in his final ODI appearance.

         Saina becomes first Indian woman to reach World No 1 ranking    
NEW DELHI: Star shuttler Saina Nehwal Saturday created history after becoming the first Indian woman to become World number one in Badminton World Federation (BWF) Rankings.

         Sure Indians will be rooting for New Zealand: McCullum    
MELBOURNE: New Zealand skipper Brendon McCullum believes Indians fans, who will be in attendance in large numbers at the iconic Melbourne Cricket Ground (MCG) for the cricket World Cup final on Sunday, will be rooting for his team and not Australia, adding that this support is needed in a game of such magnitude.

         Gutsy NZ ready for mighty Australia in WC summit clash    
MELBOURNE: It will be the biggest day in the history of Trans-Tasman cricketing rivalry when four-time champions Australia will be pitted against a highly committed bunch from New Zealand in the final of the cricket World Cup at the iconic MCG here tomorrow.

         Clarke to bid adieu from ODI cricket after World Cup final    
MELBOURNE: Australia captain Michael Clarke will quit one-day cricket after tomorrow's World Cup summit clash against New Zealand, he announced here today.

         Saina storms into maiden India Open semifinal    
NEW DELHI: Saina Nehwal sailed past Indonesia's Hana Ramadhini to make her maiden semifinals at the India Open Super Series while giant-killer H S Prannoy and RMV Gurusaidutt went down fighting in the quarterfinals here today.

         NZ will have to dig deep against Australia: Crowe    
NEW DELHI: With New Zealand at the cusp of World Cup glory, former captain Martin Crowe has said the Black Caps will have to dig deep into their resources if they have to beat Australia as it will be a "high emotion" title clash between the trans-Tasman rivals.

         I would like current playing conditions to change: Dhoni    
MELBOURNE: A staunch critic of the ICC's four-fielder theory which has led to regular run-riots in one-dayers, India cricket captain Mahendra Singh feels the current rule should be changed as it heavily favours batsmen.

         Twitterati targets Anushka over Virat's poor show in WC semis    
MUMBAI: With Virat Kohli getting out after making just 1 run aganist Australia in the World Cup semi finals, Twitter community errupted with jokes and jibes against his girlfriend Anushka Sharma.

         India's title defence ends in heartbreak, Aussies enter final    
SYDNEY: India's near flawless title defence came to an agonizing end Thursday as they succumbed to pressure against the clinical Australians, who decimated the defending champions by 95 runs to romp into the finals and break a million Indian hearts.

         Chasing mammoth Aussie score, India lose quick wickets    
SYDNEY: India tumbled after making a steady start losing Shikhar Dhawan and Virat Kohli in quick succession. Kohli, who looked uncomfortable throughout his short stay, departed for just one after attempting to pull a short one from Mitchell Johnson.

         Australia set 329 run target for India    
SYDNEY: Australia built on a fine century from Steven Smith to reach an imposing 328/7 in the second Semifinal in Sydney. Mitchell Johnson made a quick fire 27 off 9 balls as Australia finished on a high despite losing quick wickets. Faulkner, Watson and Maxwell all got starts but didn't manage to convert them into bigger scores.

         Australia lose Warner early; Smith, Finch rebuild    
SYDNEY: Australia lost opener David Warner early as they tried to set a target for India in the second semifinal at Sydney. Warner got a leading edge to a ball by Umesh Yadav giving a simple catch to Virat Kohli.

         We've surprised many but not ourselves: Kohli    
SYDNEY: Not many gave the Indian cricket team a chance in the World Cup after the horror tour of Australia but star batsman Virat Kohli said the players never stopped believing in themselves which helped them surprise the critics.

         Warne's spin mantra for Clarke ahead of semis    
MELBOURNE: Ahead of their crucial cricket World Cup semi-final match against India on Thursday, Australian leg-spin legend Shane Warne bowled to national captain Michael Clarke at Wednesday's practice session to prepare him against the defending champions' spinners.

         Dolly, barely three years old, sets national archery record    
NEW DELHI: A two-year-old groomed from birth to be an archery champion after the tragic death of her older siblings set a new national record, according to the India Book of Records

         Fastest Indian attack to have ever played: Lee    
SYDNEY: Former Australia fast bowler Brett Lee Tuesday termed the current Indian pace attack as the "fastest ever" to have emerged from the cricket-crazy nation, with Mohammed Shami being the "most impressive" among the trio in the World Cup.

         India-Australia match ticket prices soar    
NEW DELHI: The prices of tickets for the India vs Australia semifinal match of the cricket World Cup have shot up following a high demand for the blockbuster clash.

         New Zealand script history by making maiden WC final    
AUCKLAND: New Zealand Tuesday scripted history by making their maiden cricket World Cup final appearance with a stunning four-wicket win in a nerve-wrecking last-four clash against the formidable South Africa, finally shedding the tag of perennial under-achievers in the mega event.

         Du Plessis, de Villiers fire Proteas to 281/5    
AUCKLAND: Faf du Plessis (82) and captain AB de Villiers (65 not out) took South Africa to 281/5 in 43 overs against New Zealand in the rain-curtailed first semifinal of the cricket World Cup at the Eden Park here on Tuesday.

         "Spin won't be a factor in our semis against India"    
SYDNEY: Australian all-rounder James Faulkner on Monday insisted that spin will not play as big a role as is being predicted in the cricket World Cup semifinal against India here on March 26. While the quarterfinal match between South Africa and Sri Lanka saw leg-spinner Imran Tahir and off-spinner JP Duminy share seven wickets among themselves, Faulkner feels that Australia won't be troubled by the lack of spin options during the clash.

         No one can stop us: SA skipper de Villiers    
AUCKLAND: After years of South Africa being lumbered with the "chokers" tag, captain AB de Villiers boldly declared on Monday the World Cup was theirs for the taking this time. De Villiers was in a confident mood on the eve of the semifinal in Auckland against New Zealand with neither side having made a World Cup final before.

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