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HindustanTimes Fri,28 Nov 2014

Sports

Australian cricketer Phillip Hughes loses his fight for life

Australian cricketer Phillip Hughes died in hospital on Thursday, two days after the batsman was struck on the head by a bouncer during a domestic match. Governing body Cricket Australia confirmed the 25-year-old had lost his fight for life.

Scrap Chennai Super Kings, observes apex court

Uncertainty over the possibility of N Srinivasan continuing as cricket boss and the survival of the Chennai Super Kings in the IPL deepened on Thursday as the Supreme Court slammed the conduct of Srinivasan and questioned the lack of action against CSK.

Karnataka crush Punjab by 156 runs, defend Vijay Hazare title

Karnataka defended their title in grand style after their top-order led by centurion Mayank Agarwal rose to the occasion to crush a hapless Punjab by 156 runs in the Vijay Hazare one-day tournament final, at Ahmedabad on Tuesday.

Delhi team defeat Haryana Heroes by five wickets

Unbeaten knocks by middle-order batsmen Alimuddin (45 not out) and Rohit Hande (26 not out) helped Delhi Dragons defeat Haryana Heroes by five wickets in a match of the Youth Premier League at the Sector-16 Cricket Stadium on Thursday.

Bal Bhavan crowned champions

Bal Bhavan School, Dwarka (New Delhi), defeated hosts Satluj Public School by five wickets to lift the title in the 10th Satluj Premier League under-15 cricket tournament played at Sector 4 in Panchkula on Thursday.

Stretching her limits for greater success

In continuation with the weekly series on woman achievers from the tricity, which Hindustan Times started on Women’s Day (March 8), we feature national medallist judoka Seema.

In hostile territory Down Under, pace will be key for India

The upcoming Australian tour will the most challenging assignment in recent times for the young Indian team as they will have to match the intimidating pace attack.

India not among front-runners for 2015 World Cup: Fleming

Title holders India are not among the front-runners to win the 2015 World Cup in Australia and New Zealand, feels former Black Caps captain Stephen Fleming.

Pakistan salvage draw against New Zealand after Taylor's century

Pakistan salvaged a draw in the second Test after New Zealand set a challenging target of 261 off 72 overs on the back of a brilliant hundred from Ross Taylor in Dubai on Friday.

Tendulkar urges govt to support Sarita Devi

Veteran boxer Sarita Devi, who is currently serving a provisional suspension, has found support from batting lengend Sachin Tendulkar who has written a letter to the sports minister urging him to support her and ensure that her career is not terminated prematurely.

Time for Team India's young guns to fire in Australia

The young India team is brimming with confidence and it is time they come of age in Australia, writes former captain Sourav Ganguly.

SD College-32 register win in PU basketball tournament

SD College, Sector 32, defeated DAV College, Sector 10, by a considerable margin of 22 points (63-45) in a match of the Panjab University (PU) inter-college men’s basketball tournament (A-Division), here on Monday.

BCCI insists unnamed player in report was 'reprimanded'

BCCI refuted in Supreme Court the findings of the Justice Mudgal Committee which probed the IPL spot-fixing and betting, that no action was taken against a player for his misconduct.

Gavaskar hits out at Meiyyapan, questions Srinivasan's silence

Sunil Gavaskar has hit out at Gurunath Meiyyapan over his involvement in betting and also questioned ICC president N Srinivasan's silence in the whole spot-fixing and betting issue.

IPL fixing: Mystery player 'individual 3' raises questions

The Mudgal panel report points to a player mentioned as 'individual 3'. It says Srinivasan didn't act on violations by 'individual 3', raising the question how important the player could be. Cricket shamed
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