Saturday, Apr 17 2021 | Time 06:11 Hrs(IST)
image
  • Ready to meet N Korea's leader Kim Jong Un, says Japanese Prime Minister
  • Argentina registers record 29,472 new COVID-19 cases over past 24 hours: Health Ministry
  • US, Japan committed to meeting zero net carbon emissions by 2050: Biden
  • US, Japan both recognize importance of Taiwan straits: Suga
  • Ontario extends stay-at-home order by 2 weeks, introduces checkpoints at borders
  • NASA planning for 'regularly recurring' human moon missions: Senior Executive
  • SpaceX wins contract to build human mission lander for US return to moon: NASA
  • WTO to hold 12th Ministerial Conference in Geneva from Nov 30 to Dec 3
  • Canada's Ontario could see over 30,000 daily cases by early June: Modeling Data
  • Greek Foreign Minister to Meet With Libyan Presidential Council Head on Saturday
  • Pentagon does not rule out possibility of deploying more capabilities for Afghan pullout
  • Civil war likely if intl forces pull back: Afghan Presidential advisor
  • Raul Castro Resigns as Head of Cuban Communist Party - Official Newspaper
  • EU to dedicate $36Bln to Green Energy Transition in Africa – Official
Sports


Jagan Kumar clinches seventh National title

Chennai, Dec 16 (uni) Nursing severe wrist pain, Jagan Kumar (TVS Racing) managed to finish sixth in the concluding race, but the eight points he scored were sufficient for him to clinch his seventh National title even as Rajiv Sethu led a podium sweep for Honda Ten10 Racing as the curtains came down on the MRF MMSC fmsci Indian National Motorcycle Racing Championship 2018 at the MMRT, here on Sunday.
Jagan, who had crashed heavily in the first race yesterday after making contact with team-mate Ahamed Arif, was unable to generate his usual pace and was content to pick up the points he required to seal the championship with 158 points. Ahead of him, Sethu was in a race of his own to win comfortably from team-mates Sarath Kumar and Mathana Kumar to finish second in the championship behind Jagan with 145 points. While Jagan ended the season with two wins, Sethu won four races, but two non-finishes in Round 3, cost him precious points. Mathana (130) ended up third in the championship in this category.
Earlier, Hyderabad’s Sathyanarayana Raju (Gusto Racing) rode a smart race and finish third to take the championship with 159 points in the Pro-Stock 301-400cc category. Another Hyderabad rider, Rahil Pillarishetty (Sparks Racing) won from Prabhu Arnuagiri (Team Alisha Abdullah) who finished second in the championship with 147 points ahead of Amarnath Menon (Gusto Racing, 142).
More News

Pune’s Blades of Glory in Golden Book of World Records, World Records India

16 Apr 2021 | 11:11 PM

Pune, Apr 16 (UNI) Pune-based, the Blades of Glory Cricket Museum, which is known as world’s largest cricket museum has added another feather in its cap.

see more..

Former Olympian Ahmed Hussein died

16 Apr 2021 | 9:56 PM

Bengaluru, Apr 16 (UNI) Former Olympian vetern defender Ahmed Hussein died due to Covid pandemic.

see more..
IPL 2021: CSK restrict PBKS to 106/8

IPL 2021: CSK restrict PBKS to 106/8

16 Apr 2021 | 9:56 PM

Mumbai, Apr 16 (UNI) Deepak Chahar's superb bowling spell (4/13) helped Chennai Super Kings restrict Punjab Kings to a below-par 106/8 in the eight match of the IPL 2021 at Wankhede Stadium, here on Friday.

see more..

J&K to soon have Residential Sports Academies

16 Apr 2021 | 8:17 PM

Jammu, Apr 16 (UNI) In a bid to promote sports education and culture among the youth, Advisor to Jammu and Kashmir Lieutenant Governor, Farooq Khan on Friday announced that Residential Sports Academies in both Jammu and Kashmir divisions will be set up soon.

see more..
IPL 2021: CSK win toss, elect to bowl against PBKS

IPL 2021: CSK win toss, elect to bowl against PBKS

16 Apr 2021 | 7:26 PM

Mumbai, Apr 16 (UNI) MS Dhoni-led Chennai Super Kings won the toss and elected to field against KL Rahul-led Punjab Kings in the eight match of the IPL 2021 at Wankhede Stadium, here on Friday.

see more..
image