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  • IS claims responsibility for Kabul wedding hall attack
  • Rain havoc: 18 die in HP, CM directs DMs to ensure locals, tourists safety
  • Men's team lose 1-2 to New Zealand in Olympic Test Event
  • Men's team lose 1-2 to New Zealand in Olympic Test Event
  • MDMK chief Vaiko hospitalised
  • Talks with Pakistan will be held only on PoK: Rajnath
  • Grand double for Arjun Balu Tirhvik Thomas
  • India U-19 football register 1-0 win over Vanuatu
  • PM returns from Bhutan: Says his visit will enhance bilateral ties
  • Journalist, his brother shot dead in Saharanpur
  • Rain havoc: Land slides hit movement of trains on Kalka-Shimla section
  • Flood water of river Krishna receding
  • Noted Odia journalist Ranjit Guru passes away
  • UCO bank contemplating to further reduce its lending rates

India beat England to win inaugural T20 Physical Disability World Series

Worcester, (England) Aug 14 (UNI) India defeated England by 36 runs to win the T20 inaugural Physical Disability World Series trophy played here at New Road stadium.
After captain Vikrant Keni opted to bat first, India lost opener Wasim Khan in the first over. However, the other opener Kunal Phanase (36) and skipper Keni (29) shared a 46-run stand for the second wicket.
Later, Ravindra Sante took the charge and notched up his fifty. His 53-run knock included 2 fours and 4 sixes. Suganesh Mahendaran (33) supported him form the other end helping India to score 180 for 7 in their 20 overs.
India scored 95 coming in the last seven overs
In reply, England opener Angus Brow started well with a 44-run knock of 32 balls but his team lost the way.
The hosts were 90 for 1 in the 11th over but Phanase and Sunny Goyat struck and picked up two wickets each and restricted England to 144 for 9 to clinch the title.
Earlier, India had defeated Pakistan by eight wickets in their last round-robin match to seal their berth in the final while England reached the final after defeating Afghanistan in the semi-final.
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18 Aug 2019 | 6:14 PM

Tokyo, Aug 18 (UNI) After an impressive 6-0 win against Malaysia in their opening match of the Olympic Test Event, the Indian Men's Hockey team suffered 1-2 loss at the hands of World No 8 New Zealand in their second match of the tournament held here at the Oi Hockey Stadium on Sunday.

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Grand double for Arjun Balu Tirhvik Thomas

18 Aug 2019 | 5:59 PM

Chennai, Aug 18 (UNI) On a day which began in heavy showers
and ended in bright sunshine, Coimbatore veteran Arjun Balu
(Race Concepts) completed a grand double in Indian Touring
Cars class to emerge on top of the leaderboard as the fourth
round of the MRF MMSC-FMSCI Indian National Car Racing
Championship concluded at the MMRT, about 40 km from
here, on Sunday.

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India U-19 football register 1-0 win over Vanuatu

18 Aug 2019 | 5:59 PM

New Delhi, Aug 18 (UNI) Starting the campaign on a high note, Indian U-19 national football team beat hosts Vanuatu 1-0 in the opening fixture of the OFC Developmental Tournament 2019 at the Korman Stadium in Port Villa, Vanuatu on Sunday.

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Defender Kothajit completes 200 Int'l Caps

18 Aug 2019 | 4:54 PM

New Delhi, Aug 18 (UNI) Indian Defender Kothajit Singh Khadangbam completed 200 International Caps on Sunday.

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2019 Beijing Marathon to kick off in November

18 Aug 2019 | 4:01 PM

Beijing, Aug 18 (Xinhua) The 2019 Beijing Marathon will be held on Nov 3, according to the organising committee.

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