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Finch, Wade fined for breaching CA’s code of behaviour


Melbourne : Aaron Finch and Matthew Wade have been fined for violating Cricket Australia’s code of behaviour during the domestic limited-overs tournament (Matador BBQs) between Victoria and South Australia. Both players were reported for breaching CA’s code of behaviour Article 2.1.4 – Using language that is obscene, offensive or insulting during a match. The incidents occurred following each player’s dismissal.Finch was ...

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Ganguly says Pele’s presence in India holds great importance


Kolkata : Former Indian skipper and Atletico de Kolkata co-owner Sourav Ganguly has expressed his delight over Pele’s visit to India, saying the latter’s presence in India, and particularly in Kolkata, is what holds great importance at this stage.”He is an absolute legend, extremely happy that he has come here. He is 75 years of age so you don’t expect ...

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Myneni becomes India’s No. 2 singles tennis player


Mumbai : Tennis player Saketh Myneni has climbed to number two in India rankings in singles after reaching a career high ATP ranking of 168. Saketh has enjoyed a few good weeks on the ATP Challenger tour in both singles and doubles. He jumped 30 spots in the rankings after a run to the finals at the ATP Challenger tournament in ...

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Ban on water bottles, cold drinks during India-Proteas Kanpur ODI


Kanpur : After the unruly and shameful crowd behaviour at Cuttack during the second T20 international between India and South Africa, the Kanpur Police has barred fans from carrying water bottles and cold drinks to the Green Park Stadium, which will be hosting the opening ODI on October 11.Confirming the news, SSP Shalabh Mathur said the state administration official has ...

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India thrash Kiwis 3-1 to level Hockey Test series

India's Sandeep Singh (C) celebrates with teammates after scoring a goal against France during their London 2012 Olympic Games men's field hockey final qualifying match in New Delhi February 26, 2012. REUTERS/B Mathur (INDIA - Tags: SPORT OLYMPICS FIELD HOCKEY) - RTR2YH2N

Nelson : The Indian men’s hockey produced a much-improved performance on Wednesday as they defeated New Zealand in the second match to level the four-Test series 1-1 in Nelson.After losing the first match meekly here on Tuesday, the Indians showed aggressive intent in their approach as Ramandeep Singh gave the tourists an early lead in the 13th minute.The Kiwis quickly ...

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