HindustanTimes Sat,20 Dec 2014


Different results, same outcome for Saina Nehwal, Kidambi Srikanth

Saina Nehwal topped her group to march into the women's singles semi-finals while Kidambi Srikanth reached the last-four stage despite losing his last men's singles round robin match at the BWF World Super Series Finals in Dubai on Friday.

India vs Australia 2nd Test: Smith, Johnson and tail give Australia edge

Skipper Steve Smith scored a controlled 133, Mitchell Johnson a game-changing 88 and Australia's tail wagged vigorously as the hosts barged their way back into the second test against India on day three in Brisbane on Friday.

Safe-hands Ravichandran Ashwin happy with no 'slip' ups

Ravichandran Ashwin believes India still have work to do in the slip catching department but the lanky off-spinner is delighted that the hard work he has put in fine-tuning his technique is paying off.

Conflict of interest? Gavaskar, Srikanth, Shastri under SC lens

The BCCI submitted on Wednesday a list of individuals with both commercial interests in IPL and ties to the cricket board to the Supreme Court, which is looking into the issue of conflict of interest.

India vs Australia, 2nd Test: Vijay ton puts India in driver's seat

Murali Vijay scored 144 and shared a century stand with Ajinkya Rahane as India's batsmen dictated terms to an Australian attack that fell short of expectations Wednesday.

Sumit, Prinkle enter quarterfinals

Sumit Pal Singh, a trainee of hosts Chandigarh Lawn Tennis Association (CLTA), defeated Sohrab Singh in an easy outing to enter the boys’ under-16 singles quarterfinals of the Shivalik Public School AITA Super Series, being held at the CLTA complex, Sector 10, on Wednesday.

Chandigarh Golfing Tour from Dec 19

The 10th Chandigarh Golfing Tour will be organised by the Chandigarh Golf Association (CGA) from December 19 to 21.

Pak cricketers shattered after terror attack: Younis Khan

Former Pakistan captain and senior batsman Younis Khan feels playing the fourth cricket ODI against New Zealand would be very difficult as the terrorist attack on a school in Peshawar had left the players shattered.

Pakistan players wear black arm bands in World Cup Kabaddi

Pakistan players on Wednesday wore black arm bands during a match in the ongoing World Cup Kabbadi tournament being held in Punjab to pay homage to the children killed in a brutal terror attack on a Peshawar school.

Sarita Devi gets one-year ban for Asiad outburst

Indian boxer L Sarita Devi was handed a one-year ban and a fine of Swiss Franc 1,000 (around Rs 66,000) for her outburst at the Asian Games in South Korea, where she refused to accept her bronze medal following a controversial semi-final loss.

After India debut, Inderpreet sets sight on World Cup

The former UT goalkeeper has done well in following her father’s advice earnestly, with last month witnessing her international debut during the Indian junior team’s bilateral series against hosts New Zealand.

OYA motocross, autocross from December 19

The sixth edition of the Hero racing OYA autocross, motocross and off-road challenge will be held in SAS Nagar from December 19 to 21.

2 Pak hockey players banned for obscene gestures

The International Hockey Federation handed on Sunday a one-game ban to two Pakistan players and reprimanded another for their obscene behaviour towards the crowd and media after winning the Champions Trophy semi-final against India.

Deepak lifts 240 kg, takes top honours

Deepak Mahajan of Chandigarh lifted a total of 240kg to win top honours in the men 62kg weight category in the Tricity Weightlifting Tournament for men and women being held at Sector 42 Sports Complex on Tuesday.

Kaul brings Punjab back in game with five-wicket haul

Paceman Siddarth Kaul returned a five-for in Punjab's terrific comeback against Vidarbhaasan intense fight was on for the first innings lead at the end of day two in the Ranji Trophy Group B cricket match, here on Monday.
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