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<strong>Hockey</strong>: Rani Rampal to be SAI coach

Hockey: Rani Rampal to be SAI coach

04 Aug 2015

New Delhi: Indian women's hockey team forward Rani Rampal is set to become an assistant coach with the Sports Authority of India after SAI relaxed its recruitment norms owing to her fine brilliant record.

Indian women hockey team,   Rani Rampal,   Hockey coach,   Sports Authority of India,   SAI,   Latest News ,  
Chinglensana, Sunil score as India beat France 2-0

Chinglensana, Sunil score as India beat France 2-0

04 Aug 2015

Le Touquet: Talented Chinglensana Singh and seasoned SV Sunil struck a goal apiece as Indian men’s hockey team started their tour of Europe on a bright note with a 2-0 win over hosts France.

Chinglensana Singh,   SV Sunil,   Indian men hockey team,   India beat France,   Latest News,  
I have no issues with being dropped from playing XI: Sarfaraz

I have no issues with being dropped from playing XI: Sarfaraz

04 Aug 2015

Karachi: Pakistan wicketkeeper Sarfaraz Ahmed dought to downplay the controversy surrounding his exclusion from the playing XI in the recently concluded T20 series in Sri Lanka.

Pakistan wicketkeeper,   Sarfaraz Ahmed,   T20 series in Sri Lanka,   Pakistan cricket team,   Latest News,  
Bopanna-Mergea <strong>team</strong> advances to Citi Open quarters

Bopanna-Mergea team advances to Citi Open quarters

04 Aug 2015

Washington: Third seeds Rohan Bopanna and Florin Mergea overcame a poor start to beat Andy Murray and Daniel Nestor as they advanced to the quarterfinals of the ATP Citi Open, here.

Rohan Bopanna,   Florin Mergea,   Andy Murray,   Daniel Nestor,   ATP Citi Open,   Latest News,  
Stuart Broad wary of `dangerous` Michael Clarke

Stuart Broad wary of `dangerous` Michael Clarke

04 Aug 2015

Nottingham: England paceman Stuart Broad is proud of the way his side have restricted Australia captain Michael Clarke in the Ashes series so far but warned they cannot let the star batsman off the hook.

Stuart Broad,   Australia cricket captain,   Michael Clarke,   Ashes Test series,   Latest News,  
Proteas recall big guns for New Zealand one-dayers

Proteas recall big guns for New Zealand one-dayers

04 Aug 2015

Dale Steyn and AB de Villiers have been recalled to South Africa's one-day international side for the visit of New Zealand later this month, but young wicketkeeper Quinton de Kock has been axed after a poor run of form in Bangladesh.

Dale Steyn,   AB de Villiers,   South Africa cricket team,   New Zealand cricket team,   Quinton de Kock,   Vernon Philander,   Latest News ,  
PCB's talent hunt scheme: Post your cricket video, get picked

PCB's talent hunt scheme: Post your cricket video, get picked

04 Aug 2015

Karachi: The PCB has found an unique way to tap budding talent as a launch of web portal is on the anvil in order to give the spotters an idea about the reservoir of talent in the region.

PCB,   Cricket in Pakistan,   Cricketers in Pakistan,   Latest News,  
Time for Unmukt to deliver as Tri-series kicks off tomorrow

Time for Unmukt to deliver as Tri-series kicks off tomorrow

04 Aug 2015

Chennai: Having flattered to deceive on most occasions after his transition from U-19 to senior cricket, Delhi boy Unmukt Chand would like to make amends as he leads India A in the tri-nation 'A' series, which is considered to be a launchpad for getting into the senior team.

Unmukt Chand,   India A cricket team,   Indian cricketers,   Latest News,  
Indian cricket <strong>team</strong> arrives in Sri Lanka for three Test match series

Indian cricket team arrives in Sri Lanka for three Test match series

04 Aug 2015

Colombo: Indian cricket team arrived in capital Colombo for a three-match Test series against Sri Lanka. The team, captained by Virat Kohli, will play a three-day warm up match at R Premadasa Stadium against a Sri Lanka Board XI in Colombo from Thursday.

India vs Sri Lanka,   Lanka test series,   Indian cricket team,   Sri Lanka,   India,   India Lanka test match series,   Colombo,   Virat Kohli,   latest sports news,  
26/11 mayhem planned, launched from <strong>Pakistan</strong>: Former top sleuth

26/11 mayhem planned, launched from Pakistan: Former top sleuth

04 Aug 2015

Islamabad: The 26/11 mayhem was planned and launched from Pakistan for which LeT terrorists were trained in Sindh, the former head of Pakistan's investigation agency who had led the probe into the Mumbai attack has acknowledged while asking the government to admit its 'mistakes'.

Pakistan,   Mumbai attack,   Former Pakistani IAF official,   Pakistani terrorists,   Mumbai attack 2008,   Tariq Khosa,  former Director General,   Federal Investigation Agency,   FIA,   Latest World News ,  

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