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HindustanTimes Fri,28 Nov 2014

Sports

Yuvraj Singh joins hands with HPCA

India batsman Yuvraj Singh on Tuesday officially launched his Centre of Excellence (YSCE) here, in association with the Himachal Pradesh Cricket Association.

Hockey: India stun world champions Australia 3-1 to record historic series win

Akashdeep Singh scored twice as Indian men's hockey team stunned world champions Australia 3-1 in the fourth and final Test to register a historic 3-1 series win over the mighty Kookaburras in their home soil at Perth on Sunday.

World Chess Championship game 2: 'Whiz kid' Magnus Carlsen draws first blood, beats Viswanathan Anand

Defending champion Magnus Carlsen outplayed Viswanathan Anand on Sunday in 35 moves in the second game of the World Chess Championship being held at Sochi.

Starting year on a high, Jass aims for more laurels

Call it the work of the genes or the ambience she grew up in, but the bottomline is that Jass was destined to be a sportsperson.

Haryana secure unlikely victory

Haryana rallied to secure a thrilling come from behind win over Jammu and Kashmir in the North Zone inter-state under-14 tournament for Dhruv Pandove Trophy at Government Model Senior Secondary School (TM), Sector 26, on Sunday.

Virat Kohli becomes quickest to reach 6,000 runs in ODIs

Star batsman Virat Kohli on Sunday became the quickest cricketer in history to reach 6000 One-Day International run mark, bettering legendary West Indian Vivian Richards' record during his 53-run knock in India's third ODI against Sri Lanka at Hyderabad.

India vs SL 3rd ODI: Kohli-led India scores 'ruthless win' against Sri Lanka

Clinical India notched up another resounding win to humble a hapless Sri Lankan side by six wickets and clinch the five-match series in the third ODI at Hyderabad on Sunday.

Sachin continues to break records, gets maximum pre-order for his book

Sachin Tendulkar's autobiography Playing It My Way has broken records for online pre-order in both fiction and non-fiction categories. Playing It My Way had got more than 150,000 subscriptions.

Ranjeet wins title in Spain


The Chandigarh Academy for Rural Tennis (CHART) trainee Ranjeet Singh defeated the reigning under-14 national champion Digvijay Pratap Singh in the final of the Ciudad Dela Raqueta to lift the title. Ranjeet won the singles title defeating Digvijay in a closely contested match 6-2, 5-7, 10-4. Ranjeet and Digvijay were part of a three-week long training trip to Spain along with Vikrant Dhaiya and Sumit Pal Singh. The group was accompanied by CLTA director coaching and development Gajendra Singh and the trip included training and participation in tournaments in Madrid, Spain. The tour was from October 19 to November 8.

Kabir, Aditya enter pre-quarters

 Top seed Kabir Manrai defeated Chandigarh Academy for Rural Tennis (CHART) trainee Jagdeep Singh Bajwa 6-3, 6-4, to enter the pre-quarterfinals of the AITA Championship Series under-16 tennis tournament being played at Chandigarh Lawn Tennis Association (CLTA) complex in Sector 10, Chandigarh, on Monday. Second seed Aditya Vashisht also moved into the pre-quarterfinals defeating lucky loser Amol Juneja 6-2, 6-3.

Pankaj pockets twin Table Tennis  titles

Pankaj Sidana of New Public School, Sector 18, produced a fine performance to win both junior (under-18) and youth (under-21) boys’ singles titles of the 27th Chandigarh State table tennis championship for Gurmeet Singh Grewal Memorial Trophy, being played at the Sector-23 TT Hall, on Saturday.

Sanya upsets Priya to enter semifinals

Sanya Chadha upset second ranked Priya Sharma to enter the semifinals of the junior girls singles section in the 16th Raj Kumar Babuta Memorial prize money carrom ranking tournament that started at St Stephen’s School, Sector 45, on Saturday. Sanya won 14-12, 5-17, 20-18.

CA suspends flame throwers at T20 games after Finch fiasco

Cricket Australia Friday suspended the use of flame throwers used to signal boundaries or when a wicket falls at Twenty20 internationals after a close call in a match this week.

Rayudu's maiden ODI ton steers India to 6 wkt win against Lanka

Ambati Rayudu slammed his maiden hundred as India produced yet another comprehensive batting performance to beat Sri Lanka by six wickets in the second One Day International. India now lead five-match series 2-0.

Punjab secure draw against Haryana

Riding on a fluent century by Ishaan Goyal, Punjab secured a draw against Haryana, and also garnered two points on the basis of first innings lead of 10 runs, in the North Zone inter-state under-14 tournament for Dhruv Pandove Trophy at Government Model Senior Secondary School (TM), Sector 26, on Thursday.
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