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SPOTTED: The ‘official’ IT couple – Anushka Sharma, Virat Kohli

The newest love birds of the Tinsel Town who admitted to their relationship only last night were spotted together yet again. And this time we CAN openly talk about them.

FBI steps in to protect FIFA whistleblower

Eckert’s summary of Garcia’s 18-month investigation cleared Russia and Qatar to stage the 2018 and 2022 World Cups.

Sarfraz, spinners hurt New Zealand

Corey Anderson, Jimmy Neesham and BJ Watling also succumbed to spin and only Taylor looked confident against the slow bowlers.


For Mary Kom, road to Rio is littered with hurdles

Mary Kom’s aim is to be in shape for the 2016 World Championships which will be a qualifying event for the Rio.

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In Dubai, Ian Poulter gunning for good friend Stenson

Poulter must win in Dubai and Stenson fail to make the top four for the Englishman to catch his buddy.

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Kidambi Srikanth retains his ‘midas touch’

Down a game and at 20-all in the second, China Open winner grinds out win against No.8 Chou Tien Chen.

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Vijay Hazare: Jaffer knock sends Delhi crashing

Veteran batsman Wasim Jaffer played a perfect innings in a modest chase as Mumbai outclassed Delhi by six wickets.

Roger Federer tweeted this picture with the caption: "It's great being with the boys again." (Source: @rogerfederer)

Say (sour) cheese: Of ‘intolerable’ Mirka Federer & ‘cry baby’ Stan Wawrinka

In a second video uploaded, Wawrinka is seen complaining to the umpire during an earlier change-over.


Fireworks at the San Siro

Play halted after Croat fans throw flares onto field in 1-1 draw with Italy that leaves both teams on top of Group H.

Latham ton ensures headstart for Kiwis

Azhar Ali dropped Latham at gully after the batsman had reached his hundred and failed to latch on to a sharp chance at silly point off Ross Taylor.


Injured Michael Clarke doubtful for India series, Cricket Australia look for options

The most obvious choice to become Australia’s 45th Test captain is vice captain Brad Haddin.


Morne Morkel’s best helps South Africa make it 1-1

Seamer Morne Morkel thrived on a fast WACA pitch to capture five wickets against Australia in the second ODI.


For Sri Lanka, only Angelo Mathews rose above mediocrity

Even before this game, the captain was Sri Lanka’s highest scorer in this series with 200 runs from four matches.

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Goa look to cash in on new-found momentum

FC Goa’s Robert Pires found his first goal in the ISL in the 4-1 thrashing of Delhi Dynamos in the previous game.


Saina Nehwal remade in China

Nehwal beats Japan’s Yamaguchi 21-12, 22-20 to become first non-Chinese in a decade to win China Open.

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