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       HEADLINES: Firework mishap in Kollam again; three injured                                              Development for all, appeasement of none, says UP CM                                              Facebook removes Srijato's controversial poem                                              Kejriwal, 5 others put on trial in Jaitley defamation case                                              Lucknow meat sellers go on strike protesting crackdown                                              Laptop ban hits Dubai for 1.1m weekend travellers                                              'We are here to stay', says Indian-Americans                                              B'desh: 3 killed, 31 injured as commandos storm militants' den                                              Hamilton on pole for Australian GP with record lap                                              Kohli ruled out, Rahane becomes India's 33rd Test captain                                              FIFA lauds Navi Mumbai venue, says this should be benchmark                                              Debutant Kuldeep takes 4, Australia all-out for 300 on Day 1                                              Kaumudi Facebook
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         Debutant Kuldeep takes 4, Australia all-out for 300 on Day 1    
 
 
DHARMSALA: Chinaman bowler Kuldeep Yadav made a memorable debut with a four-wicket haul that negated Steve Smith's defiant hundred as India bowled out Australia for 300 on an engrossing opening day of the fourth and final cricket Test, here today. The 22-year-old Kuldeep, who replaced injured skipper Viart Kohli, returned figures of four for 68 in 23 overs after Australia decided to bat and made a resounding start.

 
         FIFA lauds Navi Mumbai venue, says this should be benchmark    
 
 
NAVI MUMBAI: A FIFA delegation today expressed happiness at the preparedness of the facilities at Navi Mumbai for the Under-17 Football World Cup, saying the D Y Patil stadium here should be treated as benchmark for other venues in the country. The delegation led by FIFA Head of Events Jamie Yarza today inspected the D Y Patil Stadium here.

 
         Kohli ruled out, Rahane becomes India's 33rd Test captain    
 
 
DHARMSALA: Ajinkya Rahane became India’s 33rd Test captain after injured Virat Kohli was ruled out of the fourth and deciding Test against Australia, here today. Kohli suffered a shoulder injury while fielding in the Ranchi Test match. Left-arm chinaman bowler Kuldeep Yadav will be making his debut as India go back to five bowler theory with Bhuvneshwar Kumar replacing Ishant Sharma.

 
         Hamilton on pole for Australian GP with record lap    
 
 
MELBOURNE: Triple world champion Lewis Hamilton will start off the pole in the season-opening Australian Grand Prix after winning qualifying on Saturday. Hamilton in a Mercedes clocked a record lap of one minute 22.188 seconds to take his 62nd career pole and sixth in Australia into Sunday's race in Melbourne.

 
         Manohar defers decision to step down as ICC chairman    
 
 
DUBAI: ICC chairman Shashank Manohar today deferred his recent decision to step down from the post until a successor is elected following the completion of the 2017 Annual Conference. The decision comes following an ICC Board resolution to request him to remain in post was passed with overwhelming support earlier this week.

 
         Waugh says pressure on India, urges Australia to retain XI    
 
 
MELBOURNE: Australian cricket legend Steve Waugh felt the pressure will be on pre-series favourites India going into the deciding fourth Test and urged the visitors to not tinker with the playing XI in Dharamsala. "I think a lot of the pressure is on the Indian side. They've been expected to win this series and they now come into this Test match with the possibility of losing it," Waugh was quoted as saying by 'cricket.com.au'.

 
         Ajinkya is more chilled out than Virat: Smith    
 
 
DHARMASALA: Australia's Steve Smith today felt Ajinkya Rahane will do a good job as skipper in the probable absence of Virat Kohli, terming the India vice-captain a "more chilled out guy" than his opposite number. Asked how much India would miss Kohli's leadership if he is forced to skip the series-deciding fourth Test, Smith showered accolades on his Rising Pune Supergiants teammate.

 
         Kohli skips batting at nets, no Shami for 4th Test    
 
 
DHARMASALA: Skipper Virat Kohli today skipped batting at India's net session ahead of the fourth cricket Test against Australia. It was also learnt that pacer Mohammed Shami will not be picked for the match as he is still being monitored by physio Patrick Farhart. Kohli is nursing an injury on his right shoulder sustained while trying to save a boundary in Australia's first innings at Ranchi. While there were speculations that he would be fo

 
         Sad that focus has shifted from game: Pujara on Trump comment    
 
 
DHARMASALA: Cheteshwar Pujara today lamented the Australian media's comparison of Virat Kohli with Donald Trump's attitude towards scribes, saying tasteless comments are dominating headlines instead of cricketing achievements. Pujara's epic double ton in the third Test, Smith's battle of attrition in Pune and Ranchi, Lyon and Ashwin's magical spells in Bengaluru have all been put in the backburner thanks to the bad blood that has spilled over with equal contribution from all stakeholders

 
         Virat Kohli is a great leader, says Gilchrist    
 
 
MELBOURNE: Australian cricket legend Adam Gilchrist has called Virat Kohli a great leader and said it is time for both the countries to put an end to the 'cheatgate' controversy before it turns into infamous 2008 'monkeygate' episode. Kohli is yet to fire in the ongoing series against Australia and Gilchrist said the Indian skipper is due for big runs in the fourth and final Test in Dharamsala, starting Saturday.

 
         We are going through tough times: Pakistan's new captain    
 
 
KARACHI: Pakistan's new ODI and T20 captain Sarfaraz Ahmad avoided speaking on the PSL spot-fixing scandal, which has rocked the cricket community, but admitted that the country's cricket was going through tough times. Terming the coming series in the West Indies as a big challenge for Pakistan cricket, the wicketkeeper-batsman told the media on the eve of the team's departure for the Caribbean that the first target was to win the three match ODI series and qualify directly for the next World

 
         Fear of series-defeat behind India's verbal attacks: Starc    
 
 
MELBOURNE: India are scared of losing the home series against Australia and that is the reason behind their repeated barbs against the visiting cricketers, injured paceman Mitchell Starc has remarked. Starc, who left the tour mid-way due to stress fracture in his foot, said the the defeat in the series-opener in Pune rattled India and that's why the hosts have adopted such defensive tactics.

 
         India to test waters against Cambodia    
 
 
PHNOM PENH: Preparing for the AFC Asian Cup Qualifiers, India will get a chance to assess their strengths and weaknesses in a match situation when they plays Cambodia in an international friendly here on Tuesday. This is India’s first friendly since the 4-1 rout of Puerto Rico on home soil in September last year. Both the sides will be looking to approach the game with seriousness, as it’s their last competitive outing before kicking off their respective qualifying campaigns for the AFC A

 
         It will turn around, I will score runs: Warner    
 
 
RANCHI: It has been a barren run for David Warner since arriving in India but the Australian opener is hopeful of a turnaround, saying he will soon be among runs. The left-handed opener has managed just 131 runs in six innings with a 33-run knock in the first innings of the Bangalore Test being his best so far.

 
         Jadeja grabs top spot in bowling, Pujara 2nd in batting list    
 
 
NEW DELHI: India's Ravindra Jadeja pipped spin twin Ravichandran Ashwin to grab the pole position in the latest ranking for ICC Test bowlers while Cheteshwar Pujara reached a career-high second rank among batsmen. Left-arm spinner Jadeja whizzed past Ashwin after snaring nine wickets in the drawn third Test against Australia, which put the four-match series interestingly poised at 1-1.

 
         Afghan IPL debutant Rashid Khan wants to pick Yuvraj's brains    
 
 
NEW DELHI: Eighteen-year-old Afghan sensation Rashid Khan can't wait to start his maiden stint in the IPL with Sunrisers Hyderabad, where he will be sharing the dressing room with his childhood hero Yuvraj Singh. The last three months has been a "dream" for leg-spinner Rashid, who alongside senior teammate Mohammad Nabi, became the first among equals from the war-torn nation to be bought by an IPL franchise during last month's auction.

 
         India denied by Aussie grit, third Test ends in draw    
 
 
RANCHI: Indian bowlers were thwarted by Australia's perseverance as Steve Smith's men survived a battle of nerves today to force a draw in the third cricket Test here and keep the series alive. Starting the day at a nervy 23/2 in reply to India's 603/9 declared, Australia were 204/6 in 100 overs in their second innings when the two teams decided to end the proceedings.

 
         Kohli alleges disrespect to India physio; Smith rubbishes it    
 
 
RANCHI: Allegations and denials flew thick and fast between rival captains Virat Kohli and Steven Smith with the India skipper claiming that the home team physio Patrick Farhart was "disrespected" by visiting players. Kohli alleged that some Australians unnecessarily taunted the Farhart but Smith denied the claim.

 
         Pujara double, Saha ton put India in complete command    
 
 
RANCHI: Cheteshwar Pujara's marathon double hundred complemented by Wriddhiman Saha's dogged century put India in complete command with an imposing total of 603 for 9 against Australia on the fourth day of the third cricket Test.

 
         Dhoni wins hearts but Bengal win Hazare semi-final    
 
 
NEW DELHI: Mahendra Singh Dhoni enthralled one and all with some breathtaking sixes but a young Bengal side put up a spirited display to beat Jharkhand by 41 runs and enter the Vijay Hazare final here today. They will meet Tamil Nadu in the final. Bengal had lost to Dinesh Karthik and Co. in the two successive finals in 2008-09 and 2009-10.

 
         Maharaj sets 'impossible' win for South Africa    
 
 
WELLINGTON: South African captain Faf du Plessis hailed an "impossible" victory after the Proteas recovered from a desperate situation to win the second Test against New Zealand by eight wickets in Wellington today.

 
         India reach 120/1 after Smith takes Australia to 451    
 
 
RANCHI: The Indian batsmen showed positive intent in their reply to Australia's commanding score of 451 by reaching 120 for 1 on the second day of the third cricket Test here.

 
         Kohli is on a different planet, says Flintoff    
 
 
NEW DELHI: Describing Virat Kohli as "head and shoulders" above his international contemporaries, former England captain Andrew Flintoff says the Indian skipper is "on a different planet". "He's absolutely on his own. You look at the four main captains; Steve Smith, Kane Williamson, Joe Root and Virat Kohli. They're all very, very good players but Virat is head and shoulders above all of them," Flintoff was quoted as saying in the Cricket Australia website.

 
         Pak batsman Shahzaib Hasan suspended for suspected spot-fixing    
 
 
KARACHI: Pakistan batsman Shahzaib Hasan today became the fourth player to be provisionally suspended and charge sheeted relating to the spot-fixing scandal in the Pakistan Super League. The Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) said in a statement that it had today issued Shahzaib Hasan a Notice of Charge and provisionally suspended him with immediate effect from participating in all forms of cricket.

 
         Pitch didn't offer turn like the first two Tests: Smith    
 
 
RANCHI: Australia captain Steve Smith observed that the JSCA Stadium track did not offer sny spin like the first two Test matches where ICC rated the strips as "poor" and "below average" respectively. Asked about the pitch, centurion Smith said:"This ball didn't spin here. In the first two Tests, the ball spun. The bounce was consistent and there wasn't any up and down movement. We will need as many as we can get in the first innings."

 
         Super Smith, compact Maxwell guide Australia to 299 for 4    
 
 
RANCHI: Steve Smith continued to be India's nemesis by scoring a superb century as Australia recovered from early setbacks to reach a comfortable 299 for 4 on the first day of the third cricket Test here.

 
         Federer beats Nadal, Djokovic loses at Indian Wells    
 
 
INDIA WELLS: Roger Federer defeated Rafael Nadal 6-2 6-3 at the BNP Paribas Open in a fourth-round match that saw the longtime rivals meeting much earlier in a tournament than usual. Federer broke Nadal four times in advancing to the quarterfinals in just over an hour. Although Nadal owns a 23-13 lead in their series, Federer has won the past three in a row, including an epic comeback in the Australian Open final two months ago.

 
         India suffer Kohli injury scare in Ranchi Test    
 
 
RANCHI: India were dealt a serious injury scare today when captain Virat Kohli walked off the field after injuring his right shoulder while fielding in the post-lunch session on the opening day of the third cricket Test against Australia, here. Trying to save a boundary at deep midwicket in the 40th over, Kohli landed heavily on his right shoulder on the fast and hard outfield of the Jharkhand State Cricket Association International Stadium Complex.

 
         It's time to move on, says Kohli    
 
 
Virat Kohli does not regret his showdown with Steve Smith over DRS but the Indian skipper today said he has decided to bury the hatchet and focus on the third cricket Test against Australia starting here tomorrow.

 
         Kumble won't ask Kohli and Co. to curb aggression    
 
 
Ranchi, Mar 14 (PTI) India coach Anil Kumble today said there was no need for his team to curb its aggression despite the din over on-field behaviour in what is turning out to be an intensely-fought Test series against Australia. "I don't want to curb any natural instinct of the players as long as they go out there and do what is expected of them. I don't think we need to read too much into the aggression.

 
 
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