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Australian fans dislike Kohli as much as Jardine: Dean Jones Virat Kohli is the "head of the snake". This is how Australia spinner Nathan Lyon described the India captain in the second Test in Bengaluru. Kohli's aggressive nature on the field has earned him admiration in the cricketing world but Australians also hate him.
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IND 499/6 – Live cricket score, India vs Australia, 3rd Test, Day 4: Pujara nears 200, Saha 97* Live cricket score of India vs Australia, 3rd Test, Day 4: Cheteshwar Pujara scored 150-plus as India lead Australia by 48 runs in Ranchi. Wriddhiman Saha also scored his fifth Test half century. Catch Day 4 live cricket score of India vs Australia here.
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Babul Supriyo Named Vice-President Of FIFA U-17 World Cup LOC Union Minister Babul Supriyo has been appointed vice-president of the FIFA U-17 World Cup organizing committee. The draw of the tournament will be held on July 7. A FIFA team is scheduled to visit India from March 21 to 27 for the final inspection of the facilities in the six cities which will host matches of the U-17 World Cup.
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Punjab wins 2017 Santosh Trophy of Football Punjab got the better of Railways by a 2-1 margin in a Group B final round league match of the 71st Santosh Trophy football tournament on Sunday. Punjab, who led by 1-0 at half time, scored through a brace from Rajbir Singh(16th, 61s)t while Railways pulled one back through Rajesh Soosanayakam in the 59th minute.
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Narsingh Yadav will tie the knot on March 10 Narsingh Pancham Yadav is giving all credit to his would-be wife Shilpi for his rejuvenation. The wrestler has been banned by the World Anti Doping Association (WADA) for four years after getting positive in the dope test, just before Rio Olympics last year.
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Ashwin’s strike rate best among spinners in 100 years Ravichandran Ashwin's strike rate of 49.4 is the best among spinners in the last 100 years, and the third-best overall for spin bowlers. Muttiah Muralitharan and Shane Warne, the top wicket-takers in Tests, are at fifth and sixth spot respectively. Sri Lanka's Rangana Herath and Australia's Nathan Lyon are the only other active spinners besides Ashwin in the top 10.
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Ind vs Aus, 2nd Test Day 4: India stun Australia, win Bengaluru Test by 75 runs R Ashwin and bowlers came to the party as India stunned Australia to win the second Test by 75 runs while defending 187 here on Tuesday and levelled the four-match Test series 1-1. Virat Kohli-led Indian side showed why they are the number one Test team in the world as Australia, despite derailing Indian innings of Day 4, could not overcome the Indian side.
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Ravichandran Ashwin sets record for most balls bowled in a Test season India’s premier off-spinner Ravichandran Ashwin, who has bowled a total of 41 overs in the match so far, surpassed Anil Kumble’s record for the most deliveries bowled in a Test cricket season on Sunday. Ashwin has bowled 3,701 balls (616.5 overs) in the 2016/17 season while Kumble had bowled 3,673 balls (612.1 overs) in the 2004/05 season. Interestingly, the top five bowlers with most balls bowled in a season are all Indian spinners.
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Sakshi Malik slams Haryana govt for not fulfilling promises Olympics bronze medallist wrestler Sakshi Malik today claimed that she has not yet received the incentives promised to her by the Haryana government after her historic medal at the Rio Games. Medal ka vada maine pura kiya, Haryana sarkar apna vada kab pura karegi? ," tweeted Sakshi.
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Team India staff refuses BCCI’s offer of 25% salary hike: Reports That the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) is sitting on a bed of thorns at present is a well-established fact. With the Supreme Court dealing it a massive blow by removing both Anurag Thakur and Ajay Shirke from their posts as president and secretary respectively, and the Shashank Manohar-led International Cricket Council (ICC) increasing its sanctions on the richest cricket body in the world, things don't look to be sailing too smoothly for the Indian board.
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