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Top shuttlers blame BAI for missing Asian C’ship

Indian shuttlers HS Prannoy and B Sai Praneeth on Monday claimed that administrative goof-ups by the Badminton Association of India have robbed them of participation at the Asia Badminton Championship, an allegation that the BAI refuted.

RR vs DC Live, IPL 2019: Toss at 7:30 pm

Check RR vs DC live score updates, IPL scorecard, Ball by ball commentary, IPL live streaming, RR vs DC highlights and more on Times of India

New women hockey players very talented: Rani

Rani Rampal, Indian women’s hockey captain, believes the women hockey scenario has changed in the recent past and the interest being shown by the new generation will further help in development of the game in the country.

IPL Live Score: Rajasthan Royals v Delhi Capitals

Good to be World Cup underdogs: Sarfaraz Ahmed

Pakistan captain Sarfaraz Ahmed said on Monday that being underdogs in next month’s World Cup eases the pressure on his young team, who leave for the tournament this week.

First day in office, hockey coach Graham Reid asks players to put team first

India’s newly-appointed men’s hockey team chief coach Graham Reid on Monday took charge of the national camp here and asked his players to put the team first in his maiden address to them.

BCCI shifts IPL 2019 final to Hyderabad from Chennai

The Indian Premier League final scheduled on May 12 was on Monday shifted from Chennai to Hyderabad after the Tamil Nadu Cricket Association (TNCA) failed to get requisite permission from the government to open the three closed stands.

Ajay Singh tops group B in Asian Weightlifting Championships

Indian weightlifters Ajay Singh and Achinta Sheuli finished first and third respectively in easier group B competitions at the Asian Weightlifting Championship on Monday.

R Ashwin leads from the front and by example: David Miller

Kings XI Punjab are currently placed at number 5 on the points table but their star batsman David Miller, nicknamed ‘Killer Miller’ by some, is confident that the Punjab team will make it to the play-offs. Talking about R Ashwin, Miller said, “He has been really good as captain. He leads from the front and by example. He thinks about the game a lot.”

Brilliant Dhoni took me back to 2006: Kiran More

Dhoni turned back the clock once again on Sunday not just for his fans, but also for one man, who literally had to fight it out as chief national selector in 2004, to ensure that a young man from Ranchi got the nod to be part of the Indian squad for a tour of Bangladesh.