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       HEADLINES: Thomas Chandy's missing file found                                              Charge sheet against P Jayarajan accepted                                              Spicing musical treat with visual delights                                              Dileep approaches HC again, bail-plea to be considered by afternoon                                              Fishing boat drowns in Kochi                                              Dawood's brother Iqbal Kaskar arrested in extortion case                                              India seeks probe on nuclear proliferation links between Pak, N Korea                                              Heavy rains lash Mumbai, BMC on alert                                              ISI plans to establish Rohingyas in India                                              Myanmar doesn't fear international scrutiny: Suu Kyi                                              Sushma, Ivanka discuss women empowerment                                              India win four medals in Asian Martial Arts Games                                              Bairstow to open for England in 1st Windies ODI                                              After Ramkumar's decisive defeat, Yuki gets consolation win                                              Players choose Amarjit to lead India in FIFA U-17 WC                                              After Dhoni, Tendulkar now a biopic on woman cricketer Jhulan                                              Kaumudi Facebook
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         Gold for Chithra in Asian Indore games    
 
 
ASHGABAT: Malayali athletic star P U Chithra, who was denied permission to take part in World Athletic meet, won gold in Asian Indore Games on Tuesday.

 
         Sachin Baby to lead Kerala in this Ranji season    
 
 
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: Promising batsman Sachin Baby was on Tuesday named Kerala skipper for the 2017-18 Ranji Trophy season, replacing Rohan Prem. Both Baby and Prem have been amongst the runs in the previous season. The batting department also boasts of the likes of Sanju Samson and Arun Karthik, who completed the switch from Assam. Rising wicketkeeper-batsman Vishnu Vinod, who made his first-class debut last season was also included in the 15-member squad along with first choice stumper Moham

 
         After Dhoni, Tendulkar now a biopic on woman cricketer Jhulan    
 
 
KOLKATA: Inspired by the success of Mahendra Singh Dhoni and Sachin Tendulkar's biopics, world's leading wicket taker in women's ODI cricket, Jhulan Goswami's life will now be portrayed on celluloid.

 
         Players choose Amarjit to lead India in FIFA U-17 WC    
 
 
PANAJI: Mid-fielder Amarjit Singh has been unanimously elected as the captain of Indian team for the upcoming FIFA Under-17 World Cup to be held across the country.

 
         After Ramkumar's decisive defeat, Yuki gets consolation win    
 
 
Edmonton: India were left to battle it out in the Asian zone yet again after Ramkumar Ramanathan's defeat in the must-win fourth rubber as Denis Shapovalov steered Canada back to the elite Davis Cup World Group, here Sunday. India needed Ramkumar to create some magic on the final day of the tie but his failure to convert chances proved crucial as world number 51 Shapovalov shut the door on the visitors with a decisive 6-3 7-6(1) 6-3 win.

 
         Bairstow to open for England in 1st Windies ODI    
 
 
Manchester: Jonny Bairstow will open for England in the first one-day international against West Indies, captain Eoin Morgan announced today. Tomorrow's match at Old Trafford is England's first ODI since their Champions Trophy semi-final defeat by eventual tournament winners Pakistan in Cardiff in June.

 
         India win four medals in Asian Martial Arts Games    
 
Ashgabat (Turkmenistan):Indian opened its medal account in style by grabbing one gold, two silver and one bronze through track and field athletes on the third day of fifth Asian Indoor and Martial Arts Games, here on Monday. Purnima Hembram bagged the lone gold in the women's pentathlon event as she collected aggregate 4062 points from five events.

 
         India beats Aussies by 26 runs in rain-hit 1st ODI    
 
 
CHENNAI: India rode on Hardik Pandya's all-round brilliance to thrash Australia by 26 runs by Duckworth-Lewis method in a rain-truncated opener of the five-match One-day International series at the MA Chidambaram Stadium in Chennai on Sunday.

 
         Dhoni completes 100 half-centuries in international cricket    
 
 
CHENNAI: Former India captain Mahendra Singh Dhoni completed the coveted landmark of 100 international half-centuries across all three formats with an innings of 79 against Australia in the first ODI on Sunday.

 
         Bopanna-Raja defeat puts India down 1-2 against Canada    
 
Edmonton: India's World Group hopes suffered a huge setback as Rohan Bopanna and Purav Raja lost the crucial doubles rubber to hand Canada a 2-1 lead in the Davis Cup Play-off tie, here Saturday. Bopanna and Raja lost 5-7 5-7 7-5 3-6 to seasoned Daniel Nestor and Vasek Pospisil in two hours and 52 minutes to leave India with the difficult task of winning both the reverse singles to qualify for the elite 16-nation World Group.

 
         India score 281/7 against Australia in 1st ODI    
 
 
Chennai: Opting to bat, India made a competitive 281 for seven against Australia in the first One- day International of the five-match series here today. Hardik Pandya topscored for India with a 66-ball 83, while Mahendra Singh Dhoni made 79 off 88 balls. Nathan Coulter-Nile picked up three wickets giving away 44 runs for Australia.

 
         India bracing for U-17 World Cup Challenge    
 
Margao: Indian U-17 World Cup team is working hard to fine tune their skills before they leave for New Delhi on Sept 28 to play against US, Ghana and Colombia in the group A league matches. The Indian team play their inagural match against US on October 6 and coach Luis Norton de Matos is looking for a positive result.

 
         Sindhu beats Okuhara to lift Korea Open    
 
 
SEOUL: Rio Olympic silver-medallist P V Sindhu on Sunday took a sweet revenge of her World Championship defeat to Nozomi Okuhara by beating the Japanese opponent in the pulsating final match of the Korea Super Series badminton tournament here.

 
         Manpreet to lead Indian hockey team in Asia Cup    
 
 
NEW DELHI: Midfielder Manpreet Singh will be leading the 18-member Indian men's hockey team at the Hero Asia Cup scheduled to be held in Dhaka from October 11-22.

 
         Kuldeep is difficult to pick: Steve Smith    
 
 
CHENNAI: Wary of the threat posed by Kuldeep Yadav, Australian captain Steve Smith today said the Indian left-arm wrist spinner is difficult to pick and his side has put in extra effort at the nets to prepare for him.

 
         Korean Open: Sindhu smashes her way to final    
 
 
SEOUL: Rio Olympic Silver medallist P V Sindhu came out with yet another stellar performance as she defeated China's He Bingjiao in a three-game thriller here on Saturday to enter the finals of the ongoing Korea Open Super Series.

 
         India eves might tour SA with men's team next year    
 
 
NEW DELHI: If things go as per plan of the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI), the Indian women's team, along with the men's team, could be seen locking horns with the South African teams in a three-match T20I series early next year.

 
         Sindhu seals semi-final spot, Sameer sinks at Korea    
 
 
SEOUL: Olympic silver medallist P V Sindhu progressed to the semi-finals of women's singles but it was curtains for Sameer Verma in men's singles event at the USD 600,000 Korea Open Super Series, here Friday.

 
         Sindhu advances, Praneeth, Kashyap crash out of Korea Super Series    
 
 
SEOUL: Ace Indian shuttler B Sai Praneeth suffered a major blow as he was knocked out of the ongoing Korea Super Series after going down against Chinese Tapie's Wang Tzu Wei in the men's singles event here on Thursday.

 
         India crash out of top 100 in FIFA Rankings    
 
 
NEW DELHI: The Indian national football team dropped by 10 places to 107th spot in the latest Federation Internationale de Football Association (FIFA) Rankings released on Thursday.

 
         Paes not surprsied with Nadal, Federer's re-emergence    
 
 
KOLKATA: Indian tennis ace Leander Paes is not at all surprised with Rafael Nadal and Roger Federer dominating once again, saying the ageing duo continue to "reinvent" themselves.

 
         India will win series against Aus, but 5-0 unlikely: Ganguly    
 
 
Kolkata: Former captain Sourav Ganguly believes India will win the upcoming five-match ODI series against Australia but said that a 5-0 whitewash is unlikely against the visitors. "At home, India will be very tough to beat. India will win but 5-0 (like against Sri Lanka) may not be possible as Australia are a strong side," Ganguly said here.

 
         Windies face tough World Cup challenge after washout    
 
Belfast: West Indies will need to smash hosts England in the upcoming one-day international series to avoid the ignominy of being forced to qualify for the World Cup after a washout against Ireland today. The game at Stormont was scrapped without a ball being bowled after fresh rain followed an overnight soaking for the pitch, leaving the umpires with no choice.

 
         Over ten lakh students across Maha to play football on Sept 15    
 
Mumbai: Over ten lakh students across Maharashtra will play football on September 15 as the part of the "Maharashtra Mission-1- Million" initiative, state Sports Minister Vinod Tawde announced here today.

 
         Meet the five-year-old archery prodigy from Vijaywada    
 
 
VIJAYWADA: It is often said that talent has no age. This statement fits perfectly on five-year-old archer Cherukuri Dolly Shivani who has created history by registering her name in the India Book of Records and the Asia Book of Records.

 
         Faf to lead Proteas in all three formats    
 
 
JOHANNESBURG: Faf du Plessis will lead South Africa in all the three formats of the game, announced the board of directors Cricket South Africa (CSA) on Monday.

 
         Australia thrash BP XI by 103 runs    
 
 
CHENNAI: Australia warmed up for the limited-overs series against India in style by crushing Board President's (BP) XI by 103 runs in the lone practice match, here Tuesday.

 
         Arjun Tendulkar roped in Mumbai U-19 squad    
 
 
MUMBAI: Arjun Tendulkar, son of legendary cricketer Sachin Tendulkar, has been selected in Mumbai's Under-19 squad for JY Lele All India Under-19 Invitational One Day Tournament slated to be held in Baroda later this month.

 
         US Open 2017: Nadal overwhelms Anderson to claim Grand Slam    
 
 
NEW YORK: An appropriate finishing kick for his 16th grand slam, world No. 1 Rafael Nadal literally overwhelmed Kevin Anderson, and the world alike, when he did not face a single break point and lost only 15 points on his serve in the final match, to win his third US Open title here.

 
         BWF World Senior C'ships to begin at Kochi    
 
 
KOCHI: The BWF World Senior Badminton Championships is all set to begin in Kochi on Monday. A total of 665 players from 40 countries will battle it out in eight different age groups in the championship, which will be played in all the five categories.

 
 
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