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Star Sports launches TVC ahead of India-Australia series

Star Sports launches TVC ahead of India-Australia series

New Delhi, Sep 6 (UNI) Star Sports, the official sports broadcaster for the India-Australia ODI limited over series, has rolled out a TVC for the upcoming tournament, which will feature five ODIs and three T20Is. The film, set to an 'Aussie sab jaanta hai' jingle, brings alive the creative idea that the Australian cricket team is more at home in India. With frequent tours and annual IPL stints, many Australian cricketers are now quite familiar with the Indian conditions and so, they know the ‘home turf’ as well as the Indian cricket team. The familiarity with Indian conditions, along with the quality and experience amongst the Australian team would mean a spectacular contest between two equally matched opponents. The protagonist in the film is an Australian (Aussie) fan clad in the team jersey exhibiting his knowledge on all things quintessential Indian (history, cuisine, culture, etc.). Throughout the film, the Australian tourist surprises the locals across various walks of life, by displaying his know-how of all things Indian. The film culminates with Indian cricket legend Virender Sehwag making a surprise appearance and quipping,"The Aussie may know everything, but do they he know enough to win on the field?” Significantly, the Steve Smith-led aussie side will tour India after the conclusion of the ongoing Test series between Australia and Bangladesh. UNI KU SW 1513

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103 from 22 states participated in climbing competition 2018 in Srinagar

24 Jun 2018 | 7:31 PM

Srinagar, Jun 24 (UNI) Over 100 climbers from 22 states participated in the first all India sport lead climbing competition 2018 which commences in Srinagar on Sunday.

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'Sir Cecil' wins Colts Championship Stakes

24 Jun 2018 | 7:28 PM

Bangaluru, June 24 (UNI) Hot favourite S Padmanabhan's ward "Sir Cecil" well ridden by
Neeraj Rawal won the Colts Championship Stakes (1600 M) in the main event for
12th day Bengaluru races held on Sunday
Rawal, Trainers S Padmanabhan and Darius Byramji had a brace of winners each.

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24 Jun 2018 | 6:46 PM

Jackpot: paid Rs 14,133 on each of 55 tickets
Jackpot runner: paid Rs 174 on each of 1,915 tickets
First Trible: paid Rs 672 on each of 42 tickets
Second Trible: paid Rs 1,931 on each of 19 tickets.

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24 Jun 2018 | 6:35 PM

The Justice P Medapa Memorial Cup (Div II) 1400 M
Royal Rein (Mr Syed Muheeb) 55 M B Kuldeep First
Birchwood 53.

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24 Jun 2018 | 6:29 PM

Earlier today, Datta, representing Momentum Motorsports, clinched his second podium in Formula LGB 1300
class races by finishing second behind Nabil Hussain (MSport) while Sohil Shah (MSport) came in third.

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