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Ind vs ENG:टीम इंडिया ने तोड़ा जीत का 29 साल पुराना रिकॉर्ड

भारत ने इंग्‍लैंड को चेन्‍नई टेस्‍ट में एक पारी और 75 रन से हरा दिया है।इस जीत के साथ ही टीम इंडिया ने पांच टेस्‍ट की सीरीज 4-0 से जीत ली।इंग्‍लैंड ने477 रन बनाए थे।भारत ने7 विकेट पर 759 रन बनाकर पारी घोषित कर दी थी।इंग्‍लैंड दूसरी पारी में 207 रन पर सिमट गया।चेन्‍नई टेस्‍ट बिना हारे भारत का लगातार 18वां टेस्‍ट मैच है। यह नया रिकॉर्ड है।इससे पहले भारत ने 29 साल पहले लगातार 17 टेस्‍ट मैच बिना हारे खेले थे| इस विजयी रथ में खास बात यह भी है कि भारत ने एक भी मैच नहीं हारा है।भारत ने इस दौरान दक्षिण अफ्रीका, वेस्‍ट इंडीज, न्‍यूजीलैंड को हराया है। इससे पहले भारत ने श्रीलंका को 2-1 से हराया था।
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England defeated Sri Lanka by 10 runs


England defeated Sri Lanka by 10 runs in the group stage on Saturday to become the third semi-finalists of the 2016 ICC World T20.Sri Lanka 161/8 & England 171/4 .England riding on man of the match JC Buttler 66(37),Chris Jordan picking up four wickets for England.
Angelo Mathews: "It was a brilliant effort in the first six overs from them. Hasn't been a good tournament for us.

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Complaint against Amitabh Bachchan for singing incorrect National Anthem


A complaint was filed against actor Amitabh Bachchan at Ashok Nagar police station in New Delhi on Monday for allegedly singing the national anthem incorrectly during the T20 India-Pakistan cricket match.The complaint filed by Ulhas PR states that the anthem was sung incorrectly and was of 1 minute and 22 seconds (as against the 52 seconds approximately according to the guidelines of Ministry of Home Affairs)


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India defeated Bangladesh & win Asia Cup T20 2016


India defeated Bangladesh by eight wickets in 15-overs final on Sunday to win the Asia Cup T20 2016.That the match took place was a miracle, given the amount of rain that lashed Dhaka 90 minutes before start of play.Batting first,Bangladesh Scored 120/5,Mahmudullah's 33(18), India,Dhawan 60(44) and Kohli 41 (28)added 94 for the second wicket before MS Dhoni, who walked in to bat with India needing 22 off 14 balls,

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South Africa defeated Australia by 3 wickets in first T20I


South Africa defeated Australia by three wickets on Friday, In the first T20I of the three-match series.Australia captain Steve Smith won the toss and chose to bat first .Australia 157/9 (Finch 40, Marsh 35, Tahir 3-21),after losing early wickets.South Africa 158/7 from 19.2 overs (Miller 53*, du Plessis 40, Coulter-Nile 3-29) 

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8-month pregnant woman finishes 16-km race in 3hrs 35min


The pregnant woman finishes 16-km race by walking for 3hrs 35min as part of physical test for a forest guard job.An official stated that the woman, who was advised not to participate,but the women  brought a medical certificate and an affidavit, which claimed that she was participating of her own will.

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INDIA vs SRI LANKA,1ST T20,SRI LANKA Won By 5 Wickets

Sri Lankan captain Dinesh Chandimal is happy, obviously: “I’m over the moon. I thought toss was important. I saw some fresh grass on the pitch. Credit goes to bowlers, they did a really good job. It’s a young team. Every time we tell them to back themselves and do what they are capable of. We miss a lot of senior players, the youngsters have put their hands up and grabbed the opportunity.”
Indain captain MS Dhoni says, “The wicket was completely different to what we have been playing in the last one month. It was more like an English wicket. There was spongy bounce, and variable pace. We played quite a few big shots. Maybe not the kind of shots we should be playing on a spongy wicket. This was a 135-140 kind of wicket because there was some help for the fast bowlers. It was more English conditions than Indian conditions. Our shot selection should have been better. Looking at the positives, everybody got a chance today, and we kept pressing hard.”
Kasun Rajitha is the Man of the Match
Brief scores:
India 101 all out in 20 overs (Ravichandran Ashwin 31*; Dasun Shanaka 3 for 16, Kasun Rajitha 3 for 29) lost to 
Sri Lanka 105 for 5 in 18 overs (Dinesh Chandimal 35; Ravichandran Ashwin 2 for 13, Ashish Nehra 2 for 21).(Source-Internet)

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Sushil Kumar meets Aamir Khan and discussed some exercises on the set of Dangal

Aamir Khan is now shooting for his Forthcoming film 'Dangal' at Delhi, Olympic champion Sushil was happy to show Mr.Aamir his workout diet and also gave him some exercises tips.Aamir wants to have a body just like Sushil’s.
Dangal film is based on the real life story of the wrestler Mahavir Phogat and his daughters Geeta and Babita Phogat.Film release may be on Christmas 2016.(Source-Internet)


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The Team of India for World T20 & Asia Cup announced

Squads for Asian Cup & World T20 
MS Dhoni (Captain), Suresh Raina, Rohit Sharma, Yuvraj Singh, Sikhar Dhawan, Virat Kohli, Ajinkya Rahane, Ravindra Jadeja, Hardik Pandya, R Ashwin, Harbhajan Singh, Jasprit Bhumrah, Ashish Nehra, Pawan Negi & Md Shami.
Injured Mohammad Shami were included the India squads announced, on February 5, for the upcoming ICC World Twenty20 and Asia Cup.India have announced the same squad for Asian cup & World T20 the tournaments and Sandeep Patil, head of the national selection panel.
The World T20 off on 08 March in India.
The Asia Cup begins on 24 February in Bangladesh(Source-Internet)


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To Win Australian Open Final by Tennis Player Defeats Serena Williams,

The German pulled off an incredible 6-4, 3-6, 6-4 win over the world No1 to secure her first grand slam title and deny Williams a record-equalling 22nd


The 28-year-old becomes the first German to win a women's major singles final since Steffi Graf claimed the French Open in 1999.
An emotional Kerber said it had been a lifelong dream to win a major.
"My whole life I was working really hard and now I am here and I can say I am a grand slam champion," she said at the post-match presentation ceremony.
"So it sounds really crazy and unbelievable. Of course I would like to say thank you to my team, to my team who are supporting me like my whole life, my family."
Kerber admitted she thought she would make a first-round exit at Melbourne Park when she was down a match point in her opening match against Misaki Doi.
"When I played here the first round, I was match point down so I was actually with one leg playing, on the plane to Germany," she said.
"I think I got a second chance and I take my chance to be here in the finals to play against Serena and I am honoured to be here in this final and to win it ... it is my dream come true tonight on this night."
Williams paid tribute to Kerber, whose best finish at a major prior to this fortnight had been semi-final appearances at Wimbledon and the US Open.(Source-Internet)

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India in ODIs since World Cup: P 15, W 6, L 9

India's record have been abysmal since the World Cup and Dhoni's patchy form has been at the heart of it. (Getty Images)

Highlights


• India have lost four matches in a row in Australia, in the process letting slip its No 2 ODI ranking

• The Indian team has now lost five ODIs in a row - for the first time under MS Dhoni

• India's longest run of consecutive ODI losses is eight, achieved twice in the 1980s 
While in the Test arena the Indian team has risen over the past 10 months to become No 1 in the ICC rankings - helped no doubt by South Africa's dramatic slump - the graph for the ODI team in the same time has dipped downwards and threatens to slump further. Since exiting the 2015 World Cup with defeat to hosts Australia at the SCG on March 26, 2015, India has won just six of 15 ODI matches.

This runs includes series defeats to Bangladesh, South Africa and now Australia and just one series victory, against Zimbabwe with a second-string team led by Ajinkya Rahane.

Most recently, India have lost four matches in a row in Australia, in the process letting slip its No 2 ODI ranking. Factor in the hammering by South Africa at the Wankhede Stadium in the last match of the home series, and India have now lost five consecutive ODIs for the first time under MS Dhoni and overall for the sixth time in its 930-match history.

This poor run of results equals India's record of five previous losing streaks: between October 13, 1978 and June 16, 1979; October 13, 1983 and December 17, 1983; January 5, 1988 and January 25, 1988; November 24, 2002 and January 4, 2003; and from April 9,2005 to July 30,2005.

India's longest run of consecutive ODI losses is eight, achieved twice in the 1980s. Between January 8, 1981 and November 25, 1981 India lost four matches in a row in Australia, three in a row in New Zealand and one at home in England; from March 7, 1989 to October 15, 1989 it lost seven consecutive games to West Indies (five away, two at home) followed by one to Pakistan in the Champions Trophy in Sharjah.

Technically, however, India's longest stretch without a win is ten matches, though this includes three no-results and one cancelled game. India went winless from September 28, 1984 to January 20, 1985, losing seven matches apart from the aforementioned three rain-hit matches and an aborted match in Peshawar due to the assassination of then Indian Prime Minister Indira Gandhi. India also went winless for six matches between April 17, 1996 and August 28, 1996 - losing two and three matches either side of one washout.

This current barren patch is in stark contrast to the Australian team's form; they extended their home steak to 19 consecutive matches.

Here's a list of India's form since the World Cup:

v Bangladesh, Dhaka, June 18 2015 - LOST by 79 runs
v Bangladesh, Dhaka, June 21 2015 - LOST by 6 wickets
v Bangladesh, Dhaka, June 24 2015 - WON by 77 runs
v Zimbabwe, Harare, July 10 2015 - WON by 4 runs
v Zimbabwe, Harare, July 12 2015 - WON by 62 runs
v Zimbabwe, Harare, July 14 2015 - WON by 83 runs

4th Test: South Africa flattened after Rahane, Jadeja heroics

NEW DELHI: South Africa's troubles against spin continued with another abject batting performance, one that spanned 49.3 overs on the second day at the Feroz Shah Kotla, on a track that was nowhere near as spiteful as Nagpur or Mohali. This was just poor batting against accurate bowling, led by Ravindra Jadeja's 5/30.

Making South Africa's collapse to 121 all the more alarming was that it took place on the same track on which Ajinkya Rahane stroked his way to a silken 127 - the first century of the series and the longest a player has batted - while adding the highest partnership of the series (98) with R Ashwin, who scored 56.

Such a meek batting effort also pushed into the shade some excellent bowling from Kyle Abbott, whose figures of 24.5-7-40-5 gave the visitors something to take from an otherwise chastening 117.5 overs in the field. This South African team is spent, physically and mentally, of that there is no doubt. India, with a lead of 213, will look to bury them on day three.

The Kotla surface was not a rank turner as seen in Mohali and Nagpur, but still required plenty of application and skill, and it was fitting that Rahane was the man to reach a significant landmark for it was at this venue that he made a forgettable debut in 2013. With this excellent century, Rahane has also pushed his batting average in India from under eight to 24.85.

Rahane's fluidity harked back to his sublime Lord's century last summer, and for sheer value it will rank alongside that match-winning effort. He took 24 deliveries spanning nearly 45 minutes to move from 89 to 100, but once his first century in Indian was achieved with a push past the stumps for four off Morne Morkel, and then punctuated with a pump of the fists as he raised his bat, Rahane started purring.

He sashayed down to Dane Piedt and clubbed two sixes in an over, one wide of deep midwicket and the other over long-off, and followed up by hitting Dean Elgar's left-arm spin inside out over cover for four. In between these attractive hits were delicate dabs square on the offside and controlled bunts to leg. It was fluent batting, with a touch of panache.

Rahane's innings ended when he drove Imran Tahir in the air to cover, the leg spinner's first wicket in his tenth over. Moments before lunch, he dumped Tahir for six over long-on to get to his fifty, but did not last long after the interval as Abbott plucked out the last two wickets to become the first overseas fast bowler since Courtney Walsh in 1987 to claim a five-for at the Kotla.