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Fighting against Naxalism in India with sports

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The U.S Department of State’s “Country Reports on act of terrorism 2016″ was free recently. within the list of nationsthat two-faced the foremost terror attacks, Republic of India was stratified third, behind Irak and Islamic State of Afghanistan. The report created a special mention of the Naxalite (Maoist) attacks that Republic of India two-faced in 2016, that upped its ranking. tho’ the U.S. State Department report created a robust media mania in Republic of India, the by currently regular encounters between Naxalites and therefore the police within the states of Chhattisgarh, Jharkhand, Telengana, or geographic area became thus common that they…

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I cursed myself after getting out in World Cup final

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Team India bat Veda Krishnamurthy said the nine-run defeat to England in the final of the Women’s World Cup last Sunday was a tough pill to swallow however the team is happy with what they achieved in the tournament. “We had it in our hands and it took some of days to sink in. Later we told ourselves no one expected U.S. to succeed inthe final. we gave our greatest and everybody should be happy with what we’ve achieved,” she said. Veda, an aggressive bat by nature, was playing a gem of a knock but failed to…

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India’s highest overseas score on Day 1

India's highest overseas score on Day 1

The Indian batsmen paid in on a flat track at the Galle International bowl and created the Sri Lankan bowlers toil hardthroughout day one once winning the toss and opting to bat in the 1st test on Wed. Centuries from opener Shikhar Dhawan (190) and Cheteshwar Pujara (144 not out) helped India reach 399/3 at stumps with Ajinkya Rahane also batting on 39. India rode on a 253-run second wicket effort between Dhawan and Pujara to surpass the best ever 1st day’s total of…

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I was hurt after being dropped from the Test side

I was hurt after being dropped from the Test side

Shikhar Dhawan was left hurt once being dropped from the Indian test team however says he remained assured of making his means into the longest format ahead of later. The left-hander scored a career-best 190 off 168 balls on day one of the first test against Sri Lanka to guide India to 399/3 at stumps. After day’s play, Dhawan recalled the time once he wasn’t a part of the test team. “When I had that lean patch, I knew that if I wasn’t going to score runs, I could get out of the…

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Faf du Plessis warning to England

Faf du Plessis warning to England

England’s new batsman, Tom Westley, has been secure a debut to remember once he makes his 1st test look in Thursday’s third test against South Africa at The Oval. The 28-year-old essex player, batting at number 3 in place of the skinned Gary Balance, can take confidence from his century for the england Lions in their recent warm-up game against the tourists. But South Africa captain Faf du Plessis has warned him the game at The Oval are going to be a full new experience. “Well done to him for getting a 100 previously but I can…

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Virat Kohli Feels ‘Blissful’ Ahead Of Test Series.

Virat Kohli Feels 'Blissful' Ahead Of Test Series.

The Indian cricket team is ready to take on land in the initial of the three-match take a look at series beginning at Galle from Wed. India Skipper Virat Kohli and most of his men rarely get breaks from the hectic schedule as they play muchnon-stop cricket throughout the year. Kohli appears to be enjoying the picturesque views of the island nation and on Tueshe took to Twitter to post an image with ocean in the background. “If only I could get up to this each morning!! #Blissful,” he captioned his image. India’s premiere off-spinner…

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ICC Women’s World Cup 2017: the country found new role models

ICC Women's World Cup 2017:  the country found new role models

The sun had shoved the rain clouds secluded. The delayed begin due to the gloomy weather had been pushed away from the memory lane. Derbyshire was currently bright. On the bowler County Cricket Ground that had been embraced by sunshine, Mithali rule and veda Krishnamurthy had their eyes shine with mischief as they relaxed on the chairs behind the boundary cushion. Flanked by teammates on either aspect, the duo broke into an impromptu dance. Mithali had been dismissed long ago.…

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India vs Sri Lanka:Abhinav Mukund likely to replace him in 1st Test

India vs Sri Lanka:Abhinav Mukund likely to replace him in 1st Test

Injury-prone Asian country opener KL Rahul is down with fever, 2 days before the start of the first check against Ceylonon wednesday Rahul scored a fine 0.5 century in a very tour match in Colombo, his 1st competitive game in near 3 months thanks to associate degree injury lay-off.He is now down with fever and did not travel with the team from Colombo on Sunday. He also missed Monday’s practise session, making him a doubtful starter for the series opener. If he misses…

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ICC Women’s World Cup 2017

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While Mithali dominion would possibly need to kick herself for creating solely a half-hearted, lackadaisical arrange to avert the run out (she may have stretched or maybe dived in a trial to succeed in the crease), the remainder of the Indian women’s team needn’t be too gutted at the meltdown that light-emitting diode to the nine-run defeat within the World Cup final. While Mithali Raj might want to kick herself for making only a half-hearted, lackadaisical attempt to avert the run out (she…

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