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       HEADLINES: NCP state chief Uzhavoor Vijayan passes away                                              Leaders condole death of Uzhavoor Vijayan                                              M Vincent removed from all party posts, says KPCC                                              Priest says woman has not complained against Vincent MLA                                              Complainant’s sister comes out in support of M Vincent MLA                                              GJM preparing for underground armed movement with Maoists help                                              Remember 1971 war: Venkaiah Naidu warns Pak                                              Army decides to go big on indigenisation of critical spares                                              33% of child brides in world are Indians: Report                                              Anxiously waiting for a conclusion: Tharoor on Pushkar case                                              China braces for Typhoon Roke                                              ICC Women's World Cup final: England elect to bat                                              Kaumudi Facebook
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         ICC Women's World Cup final: India need 229 runs to create history    
 
 
LONDON: Veteran pacer Jhulan Goswami came out with a stupendous bowling performance as India restricted England to 228 in the ICC Women's World Cup final at The Lord's on Sunday.

 
         ICC Women's World Cup final: England elect to bat    
 
 
LONDON: England won the toss and opted to bat against India in the final of the ICC Women's World Cup here on Sunday. "We would've batted first as well, but our seamers are back in form, they'll relish bowling upfront," Indian captain Mithali Raj said at the toss.

 
         BCCI to reward Rs 50 lakh each to Mithali & Co.    
 
 
MUMBAI: The Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) has announced a cash reward of Rs. 50 lakh to each player of the Indian women's cricket team for their tremendous performance in the ongoing Women's World Cup 2017.

 
         Vardhan bags 2nd Challenger title, defeat for 4 others    
 
New Delhi: Vishnu Vardhan won his second Challenger level title of the season with Japanese partner Toshihide Matsui but four other Indians, including Leander Paes, tumbled out of various ATP events across the globe.

 
         Eyeing spot in British Open, Aditi adds solid 68 to lie sixth    
 
 
Sylvania, (US): Rookie Aditi Ashok produced a stellar round of three-under 68 to be placed sole sixth at the halfway stage of the Marathon Classic on the LPGA at Highland Meadows Golf Club.

 
         WBBL stint has transformed Harmanpreet: Mithali    
 
 
DERBY: Indian skipper Mithali Raj hailed Harmanpreet Kaur's brilliant innings of 171* as the "greatest knock by an India women player" and said that a "big performance" like that of her deputy was needed to beat a "champion side like Australia" in the Women's World Cup semi-final.

 
         Rahul, Arjun-Shlok enter semis of Russian Grand Prix    
 
 
Vladivostok: Indian men's singles player Rahul Yadav Chittaboina and men's doubles pair of Arjun MR and Ramchandran Shlok advanced to the semifinals of the Russian Open Grand Prix here today. The 19-year-old Rahul, who had won the Mauritius International last year, defeated England's Wang Yuehang 13-11 11-5 11-6 a 22-minute match to set up a clash with second seed Vladimir Malkov.

 
         I wanted to prove myself, says Harmanpreet    
 
 
Derby: Harmanpreet Kaur did not get enough batting time in the run up to her blistering knock in the ICC Women's World Cup semifinal and the Indian power-hitter said she wanted to prove her worth when the opportunity arrived.

 
         'Harmanpreet bats like Sehwag, aggressive like Kohli'    
 
Chandigarh: "She bats like Virender Sehwag and is aggressive like Virat Kohli," said Harmampreet Kaur's sister Hemjit, summing up the family's elation at the batter's hurricane knock that took India to the ICC women's World Cup final.

 
         Women’s Cricket World Cup: Mithali Raj-led India ready for final vs England    
 
 
India captain Mithali Raj has warned England not to expect an easy contest when they come up against her side in the Women’s World Cup final on Sunday.

 
         Manpreet in dope net again, to miss World Championships    
 
 
New Delhi: Top Indian shot putter Manpreet Kaur will miss next month's World Athletics Championships in London after she tested positive for banned substances for the second time in a couple of days, the AFI said today.

 
         Rain delays start of India-Australia World Cup semifinals    
 
 
Derby: Rain delayed the start of the semifinal clash between India and defending champion Australia in the ICC Women's World Cup at County Ground, here today.

 
         India U-23 lose to Syria U-23 in AFC Qualifying opener    
 
 
Doha: India lost 0-2 to Syria in their opening match of the AFC U-23 Championship Qualifiers at the Jassim Bin Hamad Stadium, here.

 
         Chennai Open likely to move to Pune from next year    
 
 
New Delhi: Pune is likely to grab the hosting rights of India's only ATP 250 event, Chennai Open, from next year with the backing of the Maharashtra state government.

 
         Shastri wants Sachin on board but conflict of interest rule applies    
 
New Delhi: India head coach Ravi Shastri now wants batting great Sachin Tendulkar to work with the national team as a consultant, provided it is not a case of conflict of interest.

 
         Chennai Open likely to move to Pune from next year    
 
New Delhi: Pune is likely to grab the hosting rights of India's only ATP 250 event, Chennai Open, from next year with the backing of the Maharashtra state government.

 
         Shastri has his way, Arun back as bowling coach    
 
 
MUMBAI: Acceding to newly-appointed chief coach Ravi Shastri's demand, the BCCI Tuesday appointed Bharat Arun as the Indian cricket team's bowling coach, ending days of confusion surrounding the position.

 
         Dhawan to replace injured Vijay for Lanka Tour    
 
 
NEW DELHI: Left-handed batsman Shikhar Dhawan has been called in as replacement for opener Murali Vijay for the upcoming three-match Test series against Sri Lanka.

 
         Dravid, Zaheer being humiliated: Ramachandra Guha    
 
 
NEW DELHI: Former Committee of Administrators member Ramachandra Guha feels Rahul Dravid and Zaheer Khan are being subjected to "public humiliation" by the manner in which their appointment as consultants has been put on hold.

 
         Muguruza hammers Williams to clinch maiden Wimbledon title    
 
 
London [UK]: Garbine Muguruza of Spain on Saturday came out with spectacular performance as she defeated seven-time Grand Slam Champion Venus Williams in straight sets to clinch her maiden Wimbledon title.

 
         ICC Women's World Cup: Mithali, Rajeshwari take India to semis    
 
 
Derby [U.K.]: A brilliant century from skipper Mithali Raj, alongside a five-wicket from spinner Rajeshwari Gayakwad, helped India thrash New Zealand by 188 runs and enter the semi-finals of the ongoing ICC Women's World Cup. Chasing a stiff target of 266, the White Ferns couldn't stand against a ruthless Indian bowling line up and were eventually bowled out for a mere 79 runs in just 25.3 overs at the County Cricket Ground on Saturday.

 
         Mithali, Veda help India set 266-run target for NZ    
 
 
DERBY: Brilliant knocks from skipper Mithali Raj and Veda Krishnamurthy helped India set a formidable 266-run target for New Zealand in the virtual quarter-final of the ongoing ICC Women's World Cup at the County Cricket Ground on Saturday.

 
         Venus Williams targets sixth Wimbledon title    
 
 
LONDON: Undaunted by age, seven-time Grand Slam Champion Venus Williams will aim to lift her sixth Wimbledon title when she takes on 14th-seeded Garbine Muguruza of Spain in the finals of the women's singles event on Centre Court here on Saturday.

 
         Karman’s surprise win in ITF event in China    
 
 
NEW DELHI: Rising singles player Karman Kaur Thandi on Friday recorded the biggest win of her career by knocking out world number 134 Fangzhou Liu to progress to the semi-finals of the ITF women's event in Naiman, China.

 
         Wimbledon 2017: Federer to take on Berdych in semis    
 
 
LONDON: 18-time Grand Slam champion Roger Federer will aim to book his place in the finals of the Wimbledon when he takes on 11th seed Tomas Berdych of Czech Republic in the semi-finals of the men's singles event here on Friday.

 
         Shastri to pitch for Arun despite Zaheer's presence    
 
 
New Delhi: Back at the helm as chief coach of the Indian cricket team, Ravi Shastri is likely to pitch for the return of bowling coach Bharath Arun despite the presence of Zaheer Khan in their ranks.

 
         Windies will strive to get direct entry into World Cup: Gayle    
 
Bengaluru: Sri Lanka's stunning defeat against Zimbabwe has provided West Indies a glimmer of hope for making it to the 2019 World Cup and aggressive batsman Chris Gayle says they will work hard to earn a direct entry into the mega event. "We want to win 2019 World Cup. Definitely, we would try to push hard for it and make sure West Indies is part of it," the souhtpaw, who does not play ODIs as of now, told reporters.

 
         Shastri to pitch for Arun despite Zaheer's presence    
 
 
NEW DELHI: Back at the helm as chief coach of the Indian cricket team, Ravi Shastri is likely to pitch for the return of bowling coach Bharath Arun despite the presence of Zaheer Khan in their ranks.

 
         India post 226/7 riding on Raut hundred, Mithali world record    
 
 
Bristol: Opener Punam Raut's fighting century and a record-breaking 69 from skipper Mithali Raj enabled India post a decent 226 for 7 against the formidable Australia in their sixth group league encounter of the ICC Women's World Cup, here on Wednesday. Raut (106, 136 balls) and Mithali (69, 114 balls) added 157 runs for the second wicket but they consumed more than 37 overs in the process.

 
         Ronaldinho to visit Mumbai on Friday    
 
New Delhi: Former FIFA World Player of the Year Ronaldinho will visit India on Friday and explore his future with Premier Futsal, a variation of football played indoors. The World Cup-winning Brazilian football great, a Ballon d'Or winner, will be in Mumbai where he will make an announcement regarding Premier Futsal.

 
 
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