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Threat to NZ cricket team originated in India: Pak minister
New Zealand's cricket squad arrived home on Wednesday after abandoning their tour of Pakistan last week citing a security threat. New Zealand Cricket said they were aware of a "specific and credible" threat but did not give details.
Can fencing in India grow like shooting after its Olympic debut?
At Tokyo 2020/21, India added another discipline to its roster of sports that have appeared at the Games. Indian fencing made its Olympic debut, and Bhavani Devi woke India up at 5:30 am to watch a sport on TV that had previously succumbed to the command of the remote control.
We're eager to qualify for Olympics by winning Asian Games: Hardik Singh
Eager to change the shade of the Tokyo bronze, the Indian men's hockey team is now focussing on directly qualifying for the Paris Olympics by winning next year's Asian Games, says young midfielder Hardik Singh.
British government did not advise ECB against Pakistan tour: High Commissioner
The British government did not advise the England and Wales Cricket Board to cancel its men's and women's teams' tour of Pakistan on security grounds, the UK's High Commissioner here has said and promised to "redouble" efforts to make the T20 series happen in 2022.
Quest to win 2023 World Cup driving Rohit Sharma 2.0
Rohit Sharma knows that despite being the highest scorer at the 2019 50-over World Cup with 648 runs and five centuries, what Team India will be remembered for is losing to New Zealand in the semifinals. A World Cup win, a Test match hundred, earning an opposition's respect - the few things that count.
Defending eight runs of last two overs vs Punjab was incredible: Parag
Rajasthan Royals all-rounder Riyan Parag has said that it was an incredible job done by his side's bowlers to defend eight runs in the final two overs against Punjab Kings. Rajasthan Royals registered a thrilling two-run victory over Punjab Kings on Tuesday here at the Dubai International Stadium. Chasing 186, Punjab Kings got off to an excellent start as openers KL Rahul and Mayank Agarwal put on 120 runs for the opening wicket.
All eyes on Pant's evolution as leader as DC restart campaign
Exactly a year ago when he landed in the UAE for the IPL, Rishabh Pant was fighting form and fitness issues and was still trying to establish himself as an all-format player for India. Shreyas Iyer was clearly the bigger deal as he led Delhi Capitals to the IPL final.
Defeat against Rajasthan Royals "bitter pill to swallow": Kumble
After stumbling to a two-run defeat against Rajasthan Royals in the Indian Premier League (IPL) 2021, Punjab Kings' Director of Cricket Operations Anil Kumble said that the loss will be a "difficult pill to swallow".
We haven't learnt from previous mistakes: KL Rahul
Punjab Kings (PBKS) captain KL Rahul was gutted after the team lost against Rajasthan Royals (RR) with the closest of margins in their Indian Premier League (IPL) encounter here at the Dubai International Stadium on Tuesday.
Special to change game after watching others do it: Tyagi
Pacer Kartik Tyagi was ecstatic to effect a turn around in an IPL match for Rajasthan Royals after having seen others do it in the past seasons. Punjab were poised for an easy win as they needed just four runs from the last over but the 20-year-old from Uttar Pradesh changed the game with his accurate bowling.
IPL: Tyagi scripts incredible two-run win for Royals against Punjab
Fast bowler Kartik Tyagi bowled a sensational last over as Rajasthan Royals pulled off an incredible two-run win over Punjab Kings in an Indian Premier League (IPL) thriller on Tuesday. Punjab required four runs off the last six balls but Tyagi dismissed Nicholas Pooran (32) and Deepak Hooda (0) and gave away only one run to snatch the win for his team from the jaws of defeat.
Pankaj Advani wins his 24th world title in Doha
Star Indian cueist Pankaj Advani on Tuesday grabbed his 24th world title when he triumphed at the IBSF 6-Red Snooker World Cup with a victory over Pakistan's Babar Masih in the final. Advani, who won his 11th Asian title last week, started the final with a comfortable 42-13 win in the opening frame.