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'Radical mistakes' of England tour will be cut down against Australia: Kohli
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‘Radical mistakes’ of England tour will be cut down against Australia: Kohli

Brisbane, Nov 20: India captain Virat Kohli Tuesday said his team made some “radical mistakes” during the disappointing tour of England and will look to ensure they are not repeated in the assignment against Australia. India will open the series against Australia with a three-match T20 International series here on Wednesday, followed by four Tests and

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We don't start anything but will stand up for self-respect: Kohli
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We don’t start anything but will stand up for self-respect: Kohli

Brisbane, Nov 20: India captain Virat Kohli Tuesday said his team has never been the one to start “anything” but will stand up for itself if the line is crossed by the opposition, while defining aggression ahead of the much-anticipated Australia tour’s opening game. India and Australia will clash in the first T20 International of the

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T20s our best chance of upsetting India, reckons Finch
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T20s our best chance of upsetting India, reckons Finch

Brisbane, Nov 20: Skipper Aaron Finch Tuesday reckoned the T20 Internationals will be Australia’s best chance to challenge an upbeat India in the absence of leading batsmen Steve Smith and David Warner. The three T20 Internationals starting here Wednesday will open what will be a string of big-ticket clashes between the two rivals. Finch said that

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India start favourites against weakened, unsettled Australia

Brisbane, Nov 20: An Australia in turmoil both on and off the field has made India the firm favourites in the compelling rivalry’s latest battle which begins with a T20 International series here on Wednesday. In a bid to assert themselves as favourites for the Test series, which starts December 6 in Adelaide, India would be

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We’ve learnt our lessons, prepared to handle pressure in India: Rizwan

Karachi, Nov 20: Pakistan have “learnt” their lessons from the 2014 Champions Trophy controversy and are prepared to handle the crowd pressure in the hockey World Cup in India, said captain Muhammad Rizwan senior. Four years ago, some Pakistani players had gone overboard with their celebrations after their semifinal win over India in the Champions Trophy,

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Smith, Warner bans to stand: Cricket Australia

Brisbane, Nov 20: Cricket Australia announced on Tuesday that the year-long bans handed out to Steve Smith and David Warner after the ball tampering fiasco in South Africa in March, will stand. In recent days, owing in no small measure to the Australian team’s poor on-field performances, there had been a growing clamour for the

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Sonia enters quarterfinals, Saweety bows out in women’s world boxing

New Delhi, Nov 19 (PTI) India’s Sonia Chahal (57kg) defeated former world champion Stanimira Petrova in a controversial bout to enter the quarterfinals but another local hope Saweety Boora (75kg) bowed out on a stormy day at the women’s World Boxing Championships here on Monday. The 21-year-old Sonia, daughter of a farmer from Haryana, was trailing

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1st Unofficial Test: Test specialists get batting time in drawn affair

Mount Maunganui (New Zealand), Nov 19: Australia-bound Test specialists — veteran Murali Vijay and youngsters Prithvi Shaw and Hanuma Vihari — helped themselves to half-centuries on the final day of India A’s first unofficial ‘Test’ against New Zealand A, which ended in a tame draw. India A scored 247 for 3 in 65 overs in their

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Lobera, FC Goa agree to one-year contract extension
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Lobera, FC Goa agree to one-year contract extension

Margao, Nov 19: FC Goa Monday announced that head coach Sergio Lobera has extended his stay at the Indian Super League club. The Spaniard put pen to paper on a one-year contract extension that will see him stay with the club till the end of the 2019/20 season. Under Lobera, FC Goa reached the semi-finals in

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Former world champ calls judges corrupt after close loss to Indian youngster
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Former world champ calls judges corrupt after close loss to Indian youngster

New Delhi, Nov 19 (PTI) A judging controversy hit the ongoing world boxing championships for women here when former gold-medallist Stanimira Petrova (57kg) accused the judges of “corruption” after losing her pre-quarterfinal to India’s Sonia Chahal. The 27-year-old Bulgarian, who was a bantamweight (54kg) gold-medallist from the 2014 edition of the event, went down in a

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