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       HEADLINES: Several injured in Kozhikode bus accident                                              Karayi Rajan resigns as District Panchayat president                                              DGP rejects VS’ demand to file case against Thampanoor Ravi                                              President Pranab Mukherjee reviews fleet at International Fleet Review                                              No large ISIS footprint in J&K but be on guard: Army Commander                                              Tanzanian woman assault case: Senior police official suspended                                              Over 100 missing, 13 dead as strong quake rattles Taiwan                                              North Korea advances plans to launch rocket                                              Edgar Mitchell, astronaut who walked on Moon, dead at 85                                              RCB's Rs 9.5 crore bid makes Watson million dollar man of IPL                                              India opens medal account; wins gold, silver in cycling                                              Indian archers secure 4 gold, 4 silver medals                                              India win seven medals in swimming, create three record                                              Indians strike three gold in weightlifting                                              Kaumudi Facebook
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         IPL schedule is not related to Lodha Panel: Shukla    
 
 
BENGALURU: IPL chairman Rajeev Shukla today said that the scheduling of the league has not been related to Lodha Panel recommendations about having a 15-day gap between start of the cash-rich league and India's national calender.

 
         Indians strike three gold in weightlifting    
 
GUWAHATI: India established early dominance in the weightlifting competition by grabbing three gold medals on the first day of competitions in the 12th South Asian Games here today.

 
         India win seven medals in swimming, create three record    
 
GUWAHATI: India picked up four gold and three silver medals from the pool with three of them in record times, overcoming stiff resistance from Sri Lanka on the opening day of swimming competitions in the 12th South Asian Games here today. Sandeep Sejwal (men's 200m breaststroke), Shivani Kataria (women's 200m freestyle) and women's 100m freestyle relay team set new Games record timings on their way to gold while Damini Gowda added another yellow metal in women's 100m butterfly.

 
         Indian archers secure 4 gold, 4 silver medals    
 
SHILLONG: ndian archers today confirmed four gold and as many silver medals in the individual recurve and compound sections at the 12th South Asian Games here. South Asian Games defending champion Tarundeep Rai and Gurucharan Besra along with former world number one Deepika Kumari and Bombayla Devi Laishram stormed into the final of recurve men's and women's sections respectively in the morning session at the Polo Ground.

 
         India opens medal account; wins gold, silver in cycling    
 
 
GUWAHATI: India opened their medal account with cyclist T Vijyalaxmi grabbing the first gold of the 12th South Asian Games in women's 30km individual time trial final on the first day of competitions here Saturday.

 
         RCB's Rs 9.5 crore bid makes Watson million dollar man of IPL    
 
BENGALURU: Australian all-rounder Shane Watson on Saturday became the first million-dollar buy of the Indian Premier League players' auction going to Royal Challengers Bangalore for a whopping Rs 9.5 crore (USD 1.39 million) after an intense bidding war.

 
         ICC set to return to old model    
 
 
DUBAI: The International Cricket Council is all set to scrap the controversial constitutional amendments, which gave executive clout and financial power to India, Australia and England, with its Shashank Manohar-led Board recommending complete overhaul of the current power structure here on Thursday.

 
         Australia recall Khawaja in bid to save series    
 
 
WELLINGTON: In-form batsman Usman Khawaja has been recalled to the Australian side as the world champions fight to stay alive in their one-day international series against New Zealand on Saturday.

 
         India's WT20 squad today    
 
 
NEW DELHI: The clean sweep in the T20 series against Australia has lessened their dilemmas but selectors will debate whether new find Manish Pandey is better-suited than Ajinkya Rahane for the number seven spot when they name the Indian squads for the World T20 and the Asia Cup, here on Friday.

 
         Ranji Trophy: Herwadkar spins a web    
 
 
MYSURU: After a cracking century on the first day, left-handed opener Akhil Herwadkar spun a web around Jharkhand batsmen with his off-breaks as heavyweights Mumbai took a step closer towards qualifying for the semifinals after day two of their Ranji Trophy quarterfinal against Jharkhand here at the SDNRW Stadium on Thursday.

 
         After multiple delays, South Asian Games begin tomorrow    
 
 
GUWAHATI: Postponed several times due to a variety of reasons, the much-delayed but the biggest South Asian Games ever begin here tomorrow with hosts India expected to stamp their superiority in the regional spectacle. The 12-day Games, featuring 2,500 athletes from eight SAARC countries, will be declared open by Prime Minister Narendra Modi at a glittering inaugural ceremony at the Indira Gandhi Athletics Stadium tomorrow.

 
         Srikanth remains World No. 9, Sindhu slips to 12th    
 
 
NEW DELHI: Despite clinching the Syed Modi Grand Prix Gold men's title, India's K Srikanth remained static at World No. 9 while P V Sindhu dropped a place to be No. 12 in the latest BWF rankings released today.

 
         Rahul Dravid in ICC's Anti-Corruption Oversight Group    
 
 
DUBAI: Batting great Rahul Dravid has been named in ICC's newly appointed Anti-Corruption Oversight Group as part of the recommendation from its Integrity Working Party of the parent body.

 
         No permanent positions for BCCI, ECB and CA: ICC Board    
 
DUBAI: The International Cricket Council is all set to scrap the controversial constitutional amendments, which gave executive clout and financial power to India, Australia and England, with its Shashank Manohar-led Board recommending complete overhaul of the current power structure here today.

 
         WI book quarterfinal berth    
 
 
CHITTAGONG: The West Indies took the last quarterfinal spot in the ICC U-19 World Cup with a thrilling, but controversial, two-run win over Zimbabwe here on Tuesday.

 
         Federer out for month after knee surgery    
 
 
BASEL: Seventeen-time Grand Slam winner Roger Federer underwent "successful" surgery on his knee today and will be ruled out of action for one month, his agent said.

 
         New Zealand quicks Boult, Henry destroy Australia    
 
 
AUCKLAND: New Zealand strike bowlers Trent Boult and Matt Henry destroyed world champions Australia and set up a comprehensive 159-run victory in their opening one-day international in Auckland on Wednesday.

 
         Even if he is under pressure, Dhoni doesn't show it: Ganguly    
 
 
NEW DELHI: Former India captain Sourav Ganguly believes that current limited overs captain Mahendra Singh Dhoni has been on the hot seat for such a long time that he has mastered the art of taking criticism in his stride while staying "calm under pressure."

 
         Sardar denies sexual harrasment charge    
 
 
NEW DELHI: Under-fire India hockey captain Sardar Singh Wednesday rubbished alleged sexual harassment charges leveled against him by a British hockey player of Indian origin, saying even though he knew her they never got engaged as claimed by the woman.

 
         India favourites for World T20; WI can pose threat: Lara    
 
 
DUBAI: West Indies batting legend Brian Lara considers hosts India the favourites in the World Twenty20 Championship but insists that the West Indians can also pose a threat if they play consistent cricket during the March 8 to April 3 event.

 
         Injured Kashyap wants rest gets air-tickets for SAG    
 
 
NEW DELHI: His repeated requests for rehabilitation ignored, Commonwealth Games gold-medallist P Kashyap has been left flummoxed after being sent air tickets to join the Indian badminton squad at the South Asian Games despite being laid low by an abdominal strain.

 
         National school meet: Kerala champions for 19th time    
 
 
KOZHIKODE: Kerala emerged winner in the 61st national school meet for the consecutive 19th time. Kerala has attained 281 points bagging 39 gold medals, 28 silver and 16 bronze medals

 
         Rishabh blitzkrieg blows away Nepal; India complete hat-trick    
 
 
MIRPUR: Wicketkeeper-batsman Rishabh Pant smashed his way into the record books with a 24-ball 78 as India colts gave Nepal a rude reality check by handing them a seven-wicket hammering to finish their league engagements unbeaten in the ICC U-19 World Cup here today.

 
         Sehwag joins Kings XI Punjab as mentor for IPL season 9    
 
 
NEW DELHI: Former India opener Virender Sehwag was today appointed mentor of the Kings XI Punjab team for the upcoming Indian Premier League (IPL).

 
         Kohli replaces Finch as No 1 batsman in T20 Internationals    
 
 
DUBAI: Virat Kohli was today rewarded for his stupendous performance in India's clean sweep against Australia in the T20 internationals as he replaced Aaron Finch as the top-ranked batsman in the ICC list for the shortest format.

 
         India win T20 by 7 wickets, clinch top spot in ICC Rankings    
 
 
SYDNEY: India scripted a brilliant run chase after Australia posted an imposing target of 198 runs to inflict a 3-0 series whitewash on the hosts, winning the third and final T20 International by seven wickets in Sydney on Sunday.

 
         Novak Djokovic beats Andy Murray to win 6th Australian Open title    
 
 
MELBOURNE: Novak Djokovic crushed Andy Murray 6-1, 7-5, 7-6 (3) on Sunday to match Roy Emerson's record of six Australian Open titles and leave the Briton heartbroken again at Melbourne Park.

 
         National School Sports Meet: Kerala continues surge    
 
KOZHIKODE: Kerala continues their surge for gold on the third day of the National School Meet. Maira Jayson has set a national record in pole vault by obtaining gold.

 
         Kerber stuns Williams to win Australian Open title    
 
 
MELBOURNE: Angelique Kerber upset world number one Serena Williams 6-4 3-6 6-4 to clinch the Australian Open on Saturday and become the first German to win a grand slam title since her childhood idol Steffi Graf in 1999.

 
         India to aim for Aussie whitewash in Sydney T20    
 
 
SYDNEY: The series already in their pocket, India would aim for a clean sweep against the hosts and end the tour of Australia on a high when the two teams clash in the third and final Twenty20 international here tomorrow.

 
 
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