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       HEADLINES: Baby handed over to Jazeera                                              Cong Minister resigns from Omar Abdullah ministry                                              Gadkari, Fadnavis meet RSS chief ahead of Modi's arrival in Mumbai                                              Netaji deputy and Nehru's old friend was a Soviet spy, British documents reveal                                              India likely to strike deal with Vietnam for oil exploration                                              Gadkari courts controversy by riding scooter without helmet                                              16 killed in China coal mine collapse                                              Two killed, four injured in US school shooting                                              Iran hangs woman in defiance of international campaign                                              Google exec makes record skydive from edge of space                                              Arsenic linked to lung cancer in Bangladesh                                              Dhoni new owner of HHIL's Ranchi franchise                                              Saina ousted from French Open quarters                                              Kaumudi Facebook
         Saina ousted from French Open quarters    
PAIRS: The Indian challenge came to an end at the $275,000 French Open Super Series when the country's top shuttler Saina Nehwal lost her women's singles quarterfinal to Shixian Wang of China here.

         Dhoni new owner of HHIL's Ranchi franchise    
RANCHI: After motorsports and football, Indian cricket team captain Mahendra Singh Dhoni has now lent his support to Indian hockey by becoming the owner of the Ranchi franchise of the Hero Hockey India League (HHIL).

         Advani, Gilchrist enter World Billiards Championship finals    
LEEDS: The two best players in the fray, Pankaj Advani and Peter Gilchrist entered the final of the World Billiards Championship (points, 150-up format) with hard-fought semi-final victories here.

         Hockey India announces team for Australia tour    
NEW DELHI: Asian Games champions India will play a four-match hockey Test series against Australia to prepare for the FIH Champions Trophy 2014 slated in Bhubaneswar Dec 6-14, Hockey India (HI) announced Friday.

         Srikanth, Kashyap, Saina rise in world rankings    
KALA LUMPUR: Indian men shuttlers Kidambi Srikanth and Parupalli Kashyap jumped seven places each in the latest released Badminton World Federation (BWF) rankings Thursday while Olympic bronze medallist Saina Nehwal moved up one spot to the sixth. Srikanth is lying 16th while Kashyap is 21st in the rankings. Srikanth started the week at 23rd spot and was rewarded for his quarter-final appearance at the Denmark Open.

         Confident Mumbai to take on North East United tomorrow    
MUMBAI: After spanking Pune City FC with a superb 5-0 scoreline, Mumbai City FC would look to continue their sparkling form when clash with North East United FC in their next Hero Indian Super League fixture, here tomorrow.

         World Cup 2015 organisers look for 1,500 net bowlers    
DUBAI: With barely four months to go for the cricket World Cup 2015, the event organisers in Australia and New Zealand are looking for 1,500 net bowlers to help the participating teams in training during the One-Day International (ODI) tournament.

         "Embarrassed" West Indies cricket seeks meeting with BCCI    
BARBADOS: In its bid to repair the damages caused by the West Indies team's sudden pullout of the India series, an "embarrassed" WICB has sought a meeting with its Indian counterpart and expressed sorrow for the unfortunate turn of events.

         Walsh stays as India coach, to be given fresh contract    
NEW DELHI: A day after his dramatic announcement to quit, India's chief hockey coach Terry Walsh Wednesday decided to continue in his post after a meeting with top sports officials, who have assured the Australian that his concerns will be addressed in a fresh contract.

         Boxer Sarita Devi suspended for Asian Games protest    
NEW DELHI: Taking a strict action, AIBA has provisionally suspended India's woman boxer Laishram Sarita Devi for refusing to accept the bronze medal at the Asian Games podium ceremony. Protesting against a controversial verdict, Sarita in an unprecedented move, had refused to wear the medal around her neck as she broke down on the podium during the ceremony for the 57-60 kg category.

         Walsh resigns as hockey head coach over 'pay dispute'    
NEW DELHI: In a sudden jolt to Indian hockey, chief coach Terry Walsh today resigned from his post because of a "pay dispute" with the Sports Authority of India, barely three weeks after guiding the team to a historic gold medal in the Asian Games in Incheon.

         India's hockey coach Terry Walsh resigns over pay dispute    
NEW DELHI: India's chief hockey coach Terry Walsh Tuesday sprang a surprise by resigning from his post because of a "pay dispute", barely three weeks after guiding the team to a historic gold medal in the Asian Games in Incheon.

         Dhoni rested for first three ODIs against SL, Kohli to lead    
HYDERABAD: Captain Mahendra Singh Dhoni was Tuesday rested for the first three One-day Internationals against Sri Lanka next month and batting mainstay Virat Kohli will lead the side in his absence.

         BCCI suspends bilateral tours with WI, to take legal action    
HYDERABAD: Cracking the whip, a livid BCCI Tuesday suspended all bilateral cricket tours with the West Indies and decided to initiate legal proceedings against the West Indies Cricket Board (WICB) for abruptly cancelling its tour of India last week.

         Pistorius sentenced to five years in jail for killing girlfriend    
STELLENBOSCH (SOUTH AFRICA): South African judge Thokozile Masipa on Tuesday sentenced Oscar Pistorius to five years in prison for shooting dead his girlfriend Reeva Steenkamp on Valentine's Day 2013.

         Brazil school wins Subroto Cup title    
NEW DELHI: Brazilian school Colegio Estadul Santo Antonio today clinched the Under-17 boys title after defeating M S P Higher Secondary School Kerala 5-4 in penalty shoot-out in the 55th edition of the Subroto Cup international football tournament at Ambedkar Stadium here today.

         Kohli claims 2nd spot, Bhuvneshwar breaks into top-10    
DUBAI: Benefitting from his return to form in the abruptly-ended West Indies series, Indian batsman Virat Kohli claimed number two slot in the ICC rankings while swing bowler Bhuvneshwar Kumar broke into top-10 for the first time in his career. Kohli scored 191 runs, including 127 in the final match, in India's 2-1 series win as he pushed South Africa's Hashim Amla to number three in the list, topped by Amla's compatriot AB de Villiers.

         Ajmal-less Pakistan seek to end 20-year Australia drought    
DUBAI: Pakistan hope to end a 20-year drought against Australia when they meet in the first of two Tests in Dubai from Wednesday but they are hobbled by the absence of spin king Saeed Ajmal.

         Moritz hat-trick for Mumbai sinks Pune    
MUMBAI: Brazilian Andre Moritz dazzled the home crowd with a hat-trick of goals to power Mumbai City FC to a stunning 5-0 victory over state rivals FC Pune City in a Hero Indian Super League fixture here today.

         Indian colts beat Australia,Great Britain    
JOHOR BAHRU: The Indian junior hockey team continued their winning spree by thrashing Australia 6-2 in their fifth and final league match of the fourth Sultan of Johor Cup at the Taman Daya Hockey Stadium here Saturday.

         Kashyap suffers defeat in semifinals, Indian campaign ends    
Indian campaign in the Denmark Open Super Series Premier badminton tournament ended today with Parupalli Kashyap suffering a straight-game defeat at the hands of second seed Chen Long of China in the men's singles semifinals here. Kashyap, who had stunned third seed Jan O Jorgensen of Denmark in the quarterfinals, lost 16-21 15-21 in a 45-minute contest at the Odense Sports Park.

         Yuvi and Viru won't feature in 2015 World Cup: Ganguly    
NEW DELHI: Former captain Sourav Ganguly today ruled out Virender Sehwag and Yuvraj Singh's chances of staging a comeback to the Indian team for next year's ODI World Cup. "It will be difficult for Sehwag and Yuvraj to play in this World Cup. Because World Cup is so near and Dhoni won't make many changes in the side," a candid Ganguly said at an event here.

         Kohli hits classy ton as India post 330/6    
DHARMSALA: Notching up a sublime century, Virat Kohli today reassured that he is back in form to help India post 330 for six against the West Indies in the fourth and final One-day International, here.

         West Indies call off India tour, leave BCCI fuming    
NEW DELHI: In an extraordinary turn of events, the West Indies cricket team Friday called off the remaining part of its India tour in the wake of an acrimonious ongoing pay dispute with their Board, prompting a livid BCCI to contemplate legal action against the visitors.

         Bravo wins toss, elects to field against India    
DHARMSALA: West Indies captain Dwayne Bravo won the toss and put India in to bat in the fourth cricket one-dayer here today. India have made one change, bringing in Akshar Patel in place of Amit Mishra, while Jason Holder replaces Ravi Rampaul in the West Indian side.

         Will seek legal recourse if Hair makes another comment: Bhajji    
NEW DELHI: Harbhajan Singh has threatened to take legal action against controversial umpire Darrell Hair if the Australian continued to damage his reputation by making provocative comment that youngsters with suspect action have made him a role model.

         Pace test awaits India as they face Windies on bouncy strip    
DHARMSHALA: Bolstered by their dramatic come-from-behind win in the last game, India will look to keep the winning momentum going when they meet West Indies in the fourth cricket one-dayer here tomorrow on what is expected to be a pacy track.

         Gooch rubbishes KP allegations about Flower, Prior    
LONDON: Former England captain Graham Gooch has rubbished Kevin Pietersen's views in his controversial autobiography about former coach Andy Flower and wicketkeeper Matt Prior and also urged England players led by Alastair Cook to break their silence on the issue in a broader manner.

         Sanju V Samson picked to play T20 against West Indies    
NEW DELHI: Kerala cricketer Sanju V Samson has been selected in the one-off Twenty20 against the West Indies while left-arm spinner Akshar Patel was named in the Indian squad for the remaining two one-dayers against the West Indies. He was also picked in the 14-strong team announced for the Twenty20.

         Blow to Mumbai, skipper Nabi out for 3 weeks    
MUMBAI: Barely a game into the Indian Super League and Mumbai City FC have been dealt a massive blow with skipper Syed Rahim Nabi ruled out for upto three weeks due to an ankle injury sustained during the team's opening match against Atletico de Kolkata.

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