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Weightlifters go offline ahead of CWG

Patiala, March 8 The moment practice was over in the weightlifting hall, Sathish Sivalingam was out fiddling with his smartphone, taking photos. He had the young ...Full Article

Arpinder books CWG berth

PATIALA: Punjab triple-jumper Arpinder Singh edged beyond the Commonwealth Games qualifying mark of 16.60 metres by a whisker with a jump of 16.61m, in the process winning ...Full Article

India brush aside Bangladesh

COLOMBO: Opener Shikhar Dhawan struck his second successive fifty to guide India to a six-wicket victory over Bangladesh in the T20 Tri-Series match in Colombo on Thursday. The ...Full Article

Kohli, 4 others get A+, hike

New Delhi: India’s top cricketers have received massive salary boosts — Shikhar Dhawan has got a salary hike of 1300% from last year, while Rohit Sharma’s salary ...Full Article

Serena Williams eager to hit with big guns again

Indian Wells: Serena Williams is through taking baby steps on the comeback trail after the birth of her daughter Alexis Olympia in September.The 23-time Grand Slam singles ...Full Article

India bounce back, beat hosts 5-1

Ipoh (Malaysia): Dishing out their best performance, India mauled hosts Malaysia 5-1 to earn an outside chance of qualifying for the final of the Azlan Shah Cup ...Full Article

Gambhir named Delhi Daredevils captain

New Delhi: Delhi Daredevils on Wednesday named Gautam Gambhir as its captain for the upcoming edition of the Indian Premier League (IPL). Top-order batsman Gambhir returned to ...Full Article

Bhaker wins second gold in 2 days

New Delhi: The sensational Manu Bhaker, all of 16, shot her way to a second successive gold medal in a mixed team event as India consolidated their ...Full Article

Rampaging Oz push India out of race

Ipoh (Malaysia): A listless India went down to Australia for their second loss in three matches, pushing them out of the race for the final of the ...Full Article

Kusal Perera’s assault helps Sri Lanka hunt down 175

Sri Lanka 175 for 5 (Kusal Perera 66, Sundar 2-28) beat India 174 for 5 (Dhawan 90, Chameera 2-32) by five wickets  Sri Lanka rode a 22-ball fifty from Kusal ...Full Article