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India vs New Zealand: Ishant Sharma comes to Bumrah's defence
Indian pacer Jasprit Bumrah has been criticised for not being able to replicate his red-hot form after coming back from injury.
Indian Super League: Goian gets revenge, Chennaiyin secure playoff berth
Mumbai City end the league stage in the fifth spot with 26 points. Chennaiyin, who have one more game in hand, have 28 points and occupy the fourth spot.
ICC T20 World Cup: Poonam Yadav spins India to resounding win over Australia
Poonam (4/19 in 4 overs) foxed the Aussies with her googlies and helped India win their first match at the T20 World Cup.
Former Indian hockey captain Suraj Lata Devi files domestic abuse case against husband
Under Suraj Lata Devi's captaincy, the Indian women's hockey team had won the 2002 Commonwealth Games -- an event that supposedly inspired the Bollywood film 'Chak De India'.
You never feel set as a batsman on Basin Reserve's tricky track: Agarwal
Agarwal (34) was the only batsman, apart from vice-captain Ajinkya Rahane (38 batting), who was able to counter the New Zealand seamers as India scored 122 for five in the rain-marred first day.
Indian Super League: Hyderabad run riot in Guwahati, end season in style
With 10 points from 18 matches, Hyderabad FC ended their season at the bottom while NorthEast remained ninth with 13 points and a match to go.
New Zealand vs India: Men in Blue brace themselves for Kiwi-flavoured pace in opening Test
Kohli admitted that his Indian team would need to have tons of patience once the track eases out as Williamson's men are known to the play waiting game.
Mithali Raj – "Australia favourites but India no pushovers"
Experienced Indian batswoman Mithali Raj expects Australia to be favourties to win the upcoming ICC T20 World Cup.
Indian Super League: FC Goa clinch the league, book AFC Champions League ticket
The 5-0 win against Jamshedpur ensured that Goa finished the league stage as toppers with 39 points from 18 matches, claiming the ISL League Winners Shield in the process. Jamshedpur finished their season eighth with 18 points.
Chelsea Women become first club to introduce menstrual-cycle based training for players
The idea to sync the menstrual cycle with training came to Chelsea manager Emma Hayes, who suffers with endometriosis (which the NHS describes as a chronic condition where tissue similar to the lining of the womb grows in other places such as ovaries or fallopian tubes), during the 2016 FA Cup Final against Arsenal.