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  • Cong appoints former MP Pawan Kumar Basal as party Treasurer
  • WBBL 2020 Final: Sydney Thunder crush Melbourne Stars by 7 wickets, lift 2nd title
  • J&K DDC polls: 40 pc votes polled in till 1300 hrs
  • Eight Rohingyas arrested in Assam
  • Charge-sheet to be filed in Anvay Naik suicide case: Anil Deshmukh
  • US sends aircraft carrier, warships to Persian Gulf : Reports
  • Discussions going on to simplify India-China border issues : Naravane
  • AAP flays Centre's attitude to protesting farmers
  • Uzbekistan ready to start Russian Sputnik V vaccine trials by end of year- Health Ministry
  • Austria records about 1,000 COVID-19 related deaths over past 10 days - Interior Ministry
  • 'Red carpet for billionaire friends, craters for farmers'
  • Khattar fear his high command, that's why he is not raising voice for Haryana farmers- Selja
  • Laxman Rawat annexes Snooker title
  • Laxman Rawat annexes Snooker title
  • Hoshiarpur registers 5 Covid deaths, tally at 6,920
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Hope floats as India take on Chinese dragon in FIFA Friendly

Kolkata, Oct 11 (UNI) India will lock horns with their much-fancied neighbours for the 18th time when they play a friendly match, which will kick off on October 13 at Suzhou Olympic Sports Centre Stadium near Shanghai.
India’s record against China has been abysmal. The two countries have played each other 17 times with India yet to taste success. All matches have been played here in India, yet as India make the trip to the far east to play China for the first time away from home, there is hope.
“India can have a good game against China. They (China) are in a bit of transition with players retiring and new ones coming in. I feel India needs to play against them before the Asian Cup because they are going to be up against this type of opposition in UAE next year,” said Bengaluru FC midfielder Erik Paartalu.
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WBBL 2020 Final: Sydney Thunder crush Melbourne Stars by 7 wickets, lift 2nd title

28 Nov 2020 | 6:47 PM

Sydney, Nov 28 (UNI) The Sydney Thunder claimed their second Women's Big Bash League (WBBL) title in stunning fashion, after thrashing Melbourne Stars by seven wickets in the final at North Sydney Oval, here on Saturday.

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Odisha, Jamshedpur eye first points of the season

Odisha, Jamshedpur eye first points of the season

28 Nov 2020 | 6:44 PM

Vasco, Nov 28 ( UNI) Both Odisha FC and Jamshedpur FC will have an opportunity to register their first three points of the season when the two face off in the Hero Indian Super League season 7 at the Tilak Maidan here on Sunday.

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Laxman Rawat annexes Snooker title

Laxman Rawat annexes Snooker title

28 Nov 2020 | 6:07 PM

Chennai, Nov 28 (UNI) Laxman Rawat of PSPB annexed
the title in the Ajay Rastogi Memorial All India Open Snooker
Championship here today.

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AIFF Disciplinary Committee issued a Show Cause notice to Redeem Tlang

28 Nov 2020 | 5:44 PM

Kolkata, Nov 28 (UNI) All India Football Federation (AIFF) Disciplinary Committee has issued a Show Cause notice to FC Goa's Redeem Tlang for his direct red card incident against Mumbai City FC in the Hero ISL.

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Another member of Pakistan touring squad in NZ test positive for Covid-19

28 Nov 2020 | 4:40 PM

Christchurch, Nov 28 (UNI) Another member of the Pakistan's touring contingent in New Zealand has tested positive for Covid-19, country's Health Ministry said on Saturday.

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