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Best places to watch Sachin: A Billion Dreams 'Sachin: A Billion Dreams' which released today, "[is] a love letter to cricket's sultan of swing", wrote The Guardian. "[It] tells the story with an unnatural amount of reverence", "You'll smile, sob and love is an inadequate word.
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IPL 2017 Final: 2 more bookies arrested for betting during final Police arrested two bookmakers while they were organising bets during the IPL final on Sunday night, and recovered 77 mobiles from their rented flat in east Delhi. Those arrested have been identified as Sunil, 44, from Rohtak of Haryana, and Parvej, 38, from Shamli of Uttar Pradesh.
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Serena Williams racially abused again, this time by shoe brand Gianvito Rossi Former world no.1 Serena Williams has been racially abused again, this time by Italian shoe firm Gianvito Rossi. This is the second time in two months that the 2017 Australian Open winner has been racially abused.The first instance came when Ilie Nastase made comments about Serena's unborn child. Italian shoe firm Gianvito Rossi have been accused of branding Serena as 'disgusting' and refused to give her a celebrity discount because she's black, a former employee claims in a new racial discrimination lawsuit.
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Lalit Modi-leaks: MS Dhoni’s India Cements offer letter out Former chairman of the Indian Premier League (IPL), Lalit Modi, has today leaked the employment offer letter of Rising Pune Supergiant star MS Dhoni with India Cements, owned by N Srinivasan, the ex-president of the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI).
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Joshna Chinappa becomes 1st Indian to win Asian Squash title Joshna Chinappa scripted history by becoming the first Indian to clinch the Asian Squash title with a thrilling win over compatriot Dipika Pallikal Karthik in the women's final, in Chennai.
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Aizawl FC script history, become first north-east club to win I-League title In the end, all you could see were hands, pairs and pairs of hands, reaching out to the faceless bunch of men in the middle. Someone held aloft a trophy with a shiny globe on top. In the sea of heads, it glistened; it seemed like the eye of a whirlpool of humans, the epicentre of a man-made quake.In the middle, somewhere, was the that group of men who caused this tremor in the first place. A mere 25 policemen in attendance, Meghalaya's Chief Minister in attendance too - maybe somewhere a top cop would be on his way out - but over 3,000 delirious Mizos had spilled out onto the Jawaharlal Nehru Stadium turf, happy to prove the notion that Aizawl - and Indian football - was a people's idea, simple and straight. You had to pinch yourself to realise this wasn't just a show a TV. Aizawl FC were the champions of Indian football, and you'd still scarcely believe it.But first. Just how difficult - and different - is the idea of not losing than simply winning, was cruelly dawning upon Aizawl FC as they chased Shillong Lajong's blistering early pace and ninth minute goal.They would lose their shape, as they briefly did their composure contesting a controversial Dicka goal which seemed to bounce off the line, and even the scorer being offside. Lajong, with the fourth spot finish out of reach, would now look to spoil the Aizawl party, and relish these uncharacteristic offerings by the league leaders - of a lack of confidence and a strange absence of ideas.In an unexpected twist, 34 minutes into the twin encounters being on either side of the hills in this I-League final round - down in Kolkata where Mohun Bagan hosted Chennai City FC and ferociously sought a win, any win - a wild cheer rose in Aizawl section of the Shillong stadium which was rapidly turning morose by the minute, when the announcer told us that the Kolkata giants were trailing.So there it was, Khalid Jamil's boys trailing the game, but still ahead in the final analysis as it unfolded. It was the most delightful paradox - you are behind, yet you are ahead.That reprieve would last precisely ten minutes give or take 30 seconds, a wonderful bubble surrounding you which you would not want to burst, yet still keep stretching it to its limit. Because it was also the phase where Aizawl would play their best football, calm and composed in their build-up, like they had done all season, surprising many. The chances would come, as would even the aimless heaves at the Lajong goal.


Gautam Gambhir donates IPL prize money to CRPF martyrs A day after announcing that he will be taking care of the educational expenses of the children of CRPF martyrs of Sukma naxal attack, Gautam Gambhir on Friday donated his IPL man of the match award to the families of the bravehearts.
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Indian lifter Sushila Panwar banned after failing dope test Just days after footballer Subrata Paul tested positive for a banned substance, weightlifter Sushila Panwar has failed a dope test and she has been placed under provisional suspension.
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Dhawan’s 77 leads SRH to 26-run win over KXIP Propelled by brilliant half-centuries from Shikhar Dhawan (77), David Warner (51) and Kane Williamson (54), defending champions Sunrisers Hyderabad recorded a convincing 26-run win over Kings XI Punjab at the Punjab Cricket Association Stadium in IPL 2017 on Friday.
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Harbhajan Singh becomes third Indian to complete 200 T20 wickets Harbhajan Singh, Mumbai Indians off-spinner, is now the third Indian and the 19th overall to snare 200 T20 scalps. He achieved the feat during IPL 2017 game vs Rising Pune Supergiant on Monday.
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