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Fit-again Jamieson hopes to make it count against Eng
2/4/2023 10:35:52 PM
agencies NEW DELHI, Feb 4: New Zealand pace bowler Kyle Jamieson is hoping to get his rhythm back after returning to the squad for the upcoming two-Test series against England following a long injury layoff. The lanky seamer had to leave the field during the second Test against England at Trent Bridge due to a stress reaction in his back in June last year and since then has not played an international game. He was included on Friday in the 14-member New Zealand squad for the Test series against England beginning at Mount Maunganui on February 16. Jamieson, who has made a successful return to domestic cricket, will now be targeting a spot in the playing XI following his extended period o
We will look to take positives from Tri-series into WC: Deepti
2/4/2023 10:35:46 PM
agencies NEW DELHI, Feb 4: India all-rounder Deepti Sharma is pleased with their overall effort and said they will look to take positives from the Tri-series into the ICC Women's T20 World Cup beginning on February 10. The Indian women's team, which had secured a maiden final finish in the 2020 ICC T20 World Cup, suffered a five-wicket loss to hosts South Africa in the Tri-series final on Thursday. "There are lots of positives from the series, we did well as a bowling and batting unit. We have to just carry on these things in the World Cup as well," Sharma said in the post-match press-conference. "Whether we play England or any other team, we have to just focus on the things we did we
I took provisional suspension for swift resolution of my doping case: Dipa Karmakar
2/4/2023 10:35:38 PM
agencies NEW DELHI, Feb 4: Handed a 21-month ban for failing a dope test, Indian gymnastics ace Dipa Karmakar on Saturday said she accepted provisional suspension after returning positive for a banned drug to swiftly resolve her case with the international federation. Karmakar, however, claimed that she "unknowingly ingested" the prohibited substance Higenamine -- S3 Beta-2 Agonists as per WADA prohibited list -- which was found in her dope sample. "...I unknowingly ingested and could not det
ISL 2022-23: Cleiton Silva's late strike helps East Bengal FC upset Kerala blasters FC
2/4/2023 10:35:25 PM
agencies NEW DELHI, Feb 4: East Bengal FC registered their first-ever win over Kerala Blasters in the Hero Indian Super League (ISL) after Cleiton Silva scored the only goal of the game in Kolkata on Friday. The Brazilian struck in the 77th minute as the Torch Bearers secured only their second win on home soil this season. East Bengal FC finished the game with 10 men after Mobashir Rahman was sent off in the 94th minute. The hosts made four changes to their starting lineup. Ankit Mukherjee re
Sumit Nagal keeps India's hopes alive with win in World Group I play-off tie
2/4/2023 10:31:19 PM
agencies DENMARK, Feb 4: Sumit Nagal fought fire with fire to bring India back in the Davis Cup World Group Play-off tie against Denmark, winning the second singles after Yuki Bhambri was outplayed in the opening match in Hillerod Friday It was always a tall task for Bhambri to counter world number nine Holger Rune and there was no surprise as Denmark's top singles player raced to a 6-2 6-2 win to put the hosts up 1-0. Up against a formidable rival, Yuki needed a special effort, but he went down in mere 58 minutes. Nagal, India's number one player, though erased a one-set deficit to pip August Holmgren 4-6 6-3 6-4 in two hours and 27 minutes to make it 1-1 at the end of day one. The 25-yea
WPL: Rachel Haynes appointed head coach of Gujarat Giants
2/4/2023 10:31:12 PM
agencies NEW DELHI, Feb 4: Multiple-time World Cup winner Australian opener Rachel Haynes has been appointed head coach of the Gautam Adani-owned Women's Premier League (WPL) team Gujarat Giants while Nooshin Al Khadeer, who guided India to U-19 team to World Cup triumph, will be bowling coach. The Adani Sportsline-owned Gujarat Giants, bought for a whopping Rs 1289 crore, has already roped in former India captain Mithali Raj as their mentor and advisor. Former senior women's team coach Tushar Arothe will be the team's batting coach and Gavan Twining will look after fielding department. "Not only have they carved a niche for themselves in their roles, but their stories of resilience will
APS Kaluchak celebrated Annual Sports Day
2/4/2023 10:30:39 PM
Early Times Report JAMMU, Feb 4: A colourful cultural programme and prize distribution ceremony marked the magnificent and reverberating Annual Sports Day celebration of Army Public School Kaluchak. Pomp and splendour accorded honour to the extravaganza, with great exuberance on 04 February , 2023. The event was a euphoric mix of outstanding talent displays, colorful drills and spectacular cultural performances. The convergence of thoughts, the amalgamation of efforts, and the union of pur
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