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    One of the biggest moments of my life now: Rishabh Pant

    Pant took the intimidating Australian attack on a challenging fifth-day track by the scruff of its neck to conjure up an unbeaten 89-run knock that powered India to a 2-1 Test series victory.

    ICC Test Team Rankings: Historic win at The Gabba takes India to second place

    New Zealand sits atop the table with 118.44 points while India now has 117.65 points, overtaking Australia on 113 points.

    India vs Australia: BCCI announces Rs 5 crore bonus for triumphant Indian team

    India chased down 328 in the final Test to clinch the series 2-1 and retain the Border-Gavaskar trophy

    Shubman Gill's 91 keeps India in hunt for win in final Test against Australia

    Gill on Tuesday showed he is there to rule world cricket despite missing out on a hundred as his disdainful treatment of Mitchell Starc will be remembered for a long time.

    BCCI remains undecided on Ranji or Hazare Trophy, women's cricket season expected to begin in March

    A decision on Ranji Trophy was expected to be taken in the meeting on Sunday but the members could not find a consensus, despite BCCI president Sourav Ganguly batting firmly for the prestigious first-class tournament.

    Making a successful comeback after '10-ball' debut is a dream come true moment: Shardul Thakur

    "Waiting for two years to play Test cricket again and getting the wicket (of Marcus Harris) in the very first ball, it is a dream come true. I am happy to contribute to the team's cause," Shardul said.

    Amit Burman-promoted Poker Sports League ropes in Voot, Pocket52 as partners

    In the last season, Discovery’s DSports was the official telecast partner for the league. With Voot replacing DSports, PSL will be the world’s first poker broadcast (with video) since Covid-19.

    Natarajan is here to stay with his solid character, liked Shardul's attitude: Rohit Sharma praises rookies

    For Rohit, considering that cumulative experience of the bowling attack was four Test matches, they need to be lauded for keeping Australia under check on a good batting wicket.

    'Anything can happen' with Tokyo Olympics: Japan minister

    Taro Kono, minister for administrative and regulatory reform, did not rule out the possibility of the Olympics being cancelled, with greater Tokyo and other regions currently under a state of emergency until at least February 7.

    Saina Nehwal, HS Prannoy test negative for COVID-19 hours after positive results, cleared for Thailand Open

    "Both Saina Nehwal and HS Prannoy have been cleared to participate in the ongoing Yonex Thailand Open after the fourth-round tests reports confirmed that both shuttlers have been tested negative for COVID-19," BAI said in a statement.

    One of the biggest moments of my life now: Rishabh Pant

    Pant took the intimidating Australian attack on a challenging fifth-day track by the scruff of its neck to conjure up an unbeaten 89-run knock that powered India to a 2-1 Test series victory.

    ICC Test Team Rankings: Historic win at The Gabba takes India to second place

    New Zealand sits atop the table with 118.44 points while India now has 117.65 points, overtaking Australia on 113 points.

    India vs Australia: BCCI announces Rs 5 crore bonus for triumphant Indian team

    India chased down 328 in the final Test to clinch the series 2-1 and retain the Border-Gavaskar trophy

    India script history at Gabba, retain Border-Gavaskar Trophy with 2-1 series win

    In what will go down as one of the most memorable series in the history of Test cricket, the final day of the 4th Test between India and Australia witnessed plenty of ups and downs as India went on to retain the Border-Gavaskar Trophy with a three-wicket win over Tim Paine's men at the Gabba.

    Border-Gavaskar trophy: Magnificent Rishabh Pant powers team to series win after Gill-Pujara show

    An Indian cricket team saddled with broken bones and battered bodies showed a never-seen-before zeal to retain the coveted Border-Gavaskar trophy with a historic three-wicket win over Australia in the fourth and final Test here, successfully chasing a 328-run target to seal the four-match series 2-1.

    Questions about Tokyo Olympics answered: Six months out and murmurs of cancellation

    Instead of a countdown celebration, the focus is on the virus and speculation around the Olympics being canceled. Should they take place during a spreading pandemic - vaccine or no vaccine? Organizers say they will with exact details yet to be revealed.

    Up to 2,000 sporting events could be remotely produced in the near future: Tata Communications

    Tata Communications cited a report that said that on an average, people signed up with at least three new OTT platforms during lockdown. Netflix alone had 16 million new subscribers during the lockdown.

    Shubman Gill's 91 keeps India in hunt for win in final Test against Australia

    Gill on Tuesday showed he is there to rule world cricket despite missing out on a hundred as his disdainful treatment of Mitchell Starc will be remembered for a long time.

    India dismisses Australia for 294, needs 328 to win 4th test

    The highest successful run chase at the Brisbane venue was in 1951, when Australia finished 236-7. The Australians haven't lost at the Gabba since 1988, but nobody is counting India out.

    Legendary leg-spinner BS Chandrasekhar recovering, health condition stable

    On advice of doctors that he needed neurological treatment, Mysuru-born Chandrasekhar, who lives in Bengaluru, was admitted in Aster RV Hospital, where he was kept in the emergency care unit for medical observation.

    BCCI remains undecided on Ranji or Hazare Trophy, women's cricket season expected to begin in March

    BCCI remains undecided on Ranji or Hazare Trophy, women's cricket season expected to begin in March

    A decision on Ranji Trophy was expected to be taken in the meeting on Sunday but the members could not find a consensus, despite BCCI president Sourav Ganguly batting firmly for the prestigious first-class tournament.

    Making a successful comeback after '10-ball' debut is a dream come true moment: Shardul Thakur

    Making a successful comeback after '10-ball' debut is a dream come true moment: Shardul Thakur

    "Waiting for two years to play Test cricket again and getting the wicket (of Marcus Harris) in the very first ball, it is a dream come true. I am happy to contribute to the team's cause," Shardul said.

    India vs Australia 4th Test: Shardul Thakur, Washington Sundar bring India back on Day 3

    India vs Australia 4th Test: Shardul Thakur, Washington Sundar bring India back on Day 3

    BRISBANE: Debutant Washington Sundar and Shardul Thakur punched above their weight with splendid half-centuries to keep Australia at bay and India bullish after an engrossing third day's play in the series-deciding fourth Test here on Sunday.

    Ministry decides to name all new, upgraded SAI facilities after sportspersons

    Ministry decides to name all new, upgraded SAI facilities after sportspersons

    Speaking about the decision, Sports Minister Kiren Rijiju said, "To build a sports culture in the country, it is important that our sportspersons get the honour that they deserve, because only then will the younger generations be enthused to take up sport as a career.

    Amit Burman-promoted Poker Sports League ropes in Voot, Pocket52 as partners

    Amit Burman-promoted Poker Sports League ropes in Voot, Pocket52 as partners

    In the last season, Discovery’s DSports was the official telecast partner for the league. With Voot replacing DSports, PSL will be the world’s first poker broadcast (with video) since Covid-19.

    Natarajan is here to stay with his solid character, liked Shardul's attitude: Rohit Sharma praises rookies

    Natarajan is here to stay with his solid character, liked Shardul's attitude: Rohit Sharma praises rookies

    For Rohit, considering that cumulative experience of the bowling attack was four Test matches, they need to be lauded for keeping Australia under check on a good batting wicket.

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