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       HEADLINES: Posting sleazy messages on Whatsapp: Body of suspended policeman found hanging                                              Seven Ayyappa devotees injured in accident                                              ‘Othalanga’ consumption: Girl students’ condition serious                                              First chancellors’ prize for Kerala University                                              Death hoax: Jagathy’s family complaints to police                                              PM invites Sonia Gandhi, Manmohan Singh for tea                                              PM invited Sonia, Manmohan under 'public pressure': Rahul                                              Govt cites Hitler's actions to target Cong over Emergency                                              PoK is part of Pakistan, J-K will remain part of India: Farooq                                              Modi discusses GST bill with Manmohan, Sonia                                              US knew flight path of plane downed by Turkey: Putin                                              White House on lockdown after man jumps fence                                              IS claims attack on Shia mosque in Bangladesh: SITE                                              NZ win toss, bat first in maiden day-night test                                              Sindhu seizes semifinal spot at Macau Open                                              Kaumudi Facebook
         Sindhu seizes semifinal spot at Macau Open    
MACAU: Two-time defending champion P V Sindhu remained on course for retaining her women's singles title as she reached the semifinals with a hard-fought three-game win over China's Chen Yufei at the USD 120,000 Macau Open Grand Prix Gold here today.

         NZ win toss, bat first in maiden day-night test    
REUTERS: New Zealand captain Brendon McCullum won the toss and chose to bat first against Australia on Friday in cricket's inaugural day-night test match at Adelaide Oval.

         Ashwin, Mishra spin India to series-clinching victory    
NAGPUR: Ravichandran Ashwin displayed his magic yet again to record a career-best figures of 7/66 as India clinched the four-match series against South Africa by taking an unassailable 2-0 lead with an emphatic 124-run win in the third cricket Test.

         India-Pakistan series in Sri Lanka may begin December 15: Shukla    
NEW DELHI: Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) senior functionary Rajeev Shukla said on Thursday that the high-octane India vs Pakistan series may begin on December 15 in Sri Lanka.

         SA fall under spin pressure as India eye series win    
NAGPUR: A staggering 20 wickets fell on a dramatic second day as India shot out South Africa for a record-low first innings score of 79 before setting the visitors a formidable target of 310 to win the third and penultimate cricket Test and clinch the series.

         India all out for 173 in 2nd innings; SA need 310 to win    
NAGPUR: India were all out for 173 in 46.3 overs in their second innings thereby setting a victory target of 310 for South Africa on the second day in the second cricket Test, here today.

         Let's play India, venue does not matter: Akram    
KARACHI: Former fast bowling great Wasim Akram says that Pakistan should not mind playing the proposed series in India if the government gives the go ahead for the resumption of cricket ties.

         National Junior Athletics meet: Kerala again champs    
RANCHI: In the National Junior Athletic meet, Kerala team retained the crown. Kerala emerged overall champions with 403 points. They won 25 gold, 19 silver and 16 bronze. This is Kerala’s 18th crown. Haryana came second with 355.5 points.

         Sindhu, Prannoy & Praneeth enter third round of Macau Open    
MACAU: Three Indian shuttlers, including P V Sindhu, advanced to the second round of the USD 120,000 Macau Open Grand Prix Gold but it was curtains for Ajay Jayaram in men's singles, here today.

         India all out for 215 in 3rd Test    
NAGPUR: Electing to bat, India were all out for 215 in their first innings on the opening day of the third cricket Test against South Africa at Vidarbha Cricket Association Stadium, here today.

         15th gold for Kerala    
RANCHI: Kerala has bagged 15th gold in the national junior athletic meet. Aleesha P R secured gold in girls’ 3000 metre on Wednesday.

         Odisha blown away for 37; team lodges complaints with BCCI    
NADIA: Bengal wrapped up what was meant to be a four-day Ranji Trophy contest in just one and a half day after they blew away Odisha for an unbelievable 37, prompting a livid visiting team to lodge a complaint about the nature of the pitch with BCCI.

         Delhi reach 60/1 in reply to Karnataka's mammoth 542    
HUBBALLI: Defending champions Karnataka maintained their strong grip over Delhi in a group A Ranji Trophy encounter as they piled up a mammoth first innings score of 542, here today.

         Debate on nature of track is beyond my understanding: Kohli    
NAGPUR: India's Test captain Virat Kohli has consciously stayed away from the debate surrounding the nature of the pitches prepared for the ongoing South Africa series as he feels that these discussions are "beyond his understanding".

         India hold edge in do-or-die battle for SA    
NAGPUR: Leading 1-0 in what has now effectively become a three-game series after the washout at Bengaluru, India would be looking to deliver the knock-out blow on South Africa and sew up the rubber in the third cricket Test commencing here tomorrow.

         Sixth gold for Kerala    
RANCHI: Kerala has bagged the sixth gold in the national junior athletic meet. Maria Jayson bagged the gold in girls’ pole vault at 3.70 metres.

         Fourth gold for Kerala    
RANCHI: Kerala has bagged the fourth gold at the national junior athletic meet. Mary Margaret of Pala Alphonsa College bagged the gold in 10 kilometer walk.

         Advani wins 15th world title    
BENGALURU: Multi-time World cue sport champion Pankaj Advani of India won the 2015 IBSF World Snooker Championship defeating Chinese rising star Zhao Xintong 8-6, in an electrifying final played at Hurghada, Egypt.

         First gold for Kerala    
RANCHI: Kerala has started hunting gold in the national junior athletic meet. Lisbath Caroline Joseph of Malabar Sports Academy has obtained gold in the high jump below six years.

         India beat Japan, enter Jr Asia Cup hockey final    
KUANTAN: The Indian hockey team put up a scintillating performance to beat Japan 6-1 in the semi-final and enter the summit clash of the Junior Asia Cup here on Saturday.

         Bopanna-Mergea enter summit round in World Tour Finals    
LONDON: Rohan Bopanna and his Romanian partner Florin Mergea today made it to the title round of the men's doubles event at the ATP World Tour Finals after registering a straight-set victory here.

         Wawrinka eliminates Murray, books Federer showdown    
LONDON: Stan Wawrinka booked a potentially feisty all-Swiss semi-final clash against Roger Federer after knocking Andy Murray out of the ATP Tour Finals with a 7-6 (7/4), 6-4 victory.

         There is pressure on BCCI to honour MOU: PCB official    
KARACHI: A top official of the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) has said that there is pressure from the international cricket community on the BCCI to honour the MOU signed with the PCB.

         IOC president proposes overhaul of WADA doping operations    
PARAGUE: IOC President Thomas Bach proposed an overhaul of the World Anti-Doping Agency's operations, including the creation of independent testing and professional intelligence-gathering units to avoid the kind of scandals that have embroiled Russia and track and field.

         Prerna Bhambri clinches Gulbarga tennis crown    
GULBARGA: India's Prerna Bhambri lived up to her top billing to come from a set down and defeat unseeded compatriot Riya Bhatia 4-6, 7-5, 6-4 to clinch the singles crown at the Gulbarga ITF $10,000 Women's Tennis Tournament here on Saturday.

         Djokovic sets up Nadal clash, Federer eliminates Nishikori    
LONDON: Novak Djokovic set up an ATP Tour Finals showdown against Rafael Nadal as the defending champion booked his semi-final berth with a 6-3 7-5 victory over Tomas Berdych, while Roger Federer defeated Kei Nishikori to eliminate the Japanese star on Thursday.

         We have no set combination for our team: Kohli    
BENGALURU: India Test captain Virat Kohli has said that there is no set combination in the team and that everyone is ready to put their hand up and perform whenever needed.

         Sindhu, Srikanth, Jayaram exit    
KOWLOON: It turned out to be a disastrous day for Indian shuttlers at the Hong Kong Open as P V Sindhu, K Srikanth and Ajay Jayaram crashed out of the USD 350,000 Super Series event in the opening round here on Wednesday.

         All Blacks great Lomu bows to kidney illness    
WELLINGTON: All Blacks great Jonah Lomu, who revolutionised wing play to become rugby union's first global superstar, died on Wednesday in Auckland at the age of 40.

         Federer ends Djokovic's winning streak at ATP Finals    
LONDON: Roger Federer stopped Novak Djokovic's ATP Finals winning streak at 15, beating the top-seeded Serb 7-5, 6-2 to reach the semifinals at the season-ending tournament here.

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