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  • Unlikely SA spin hero wrecks India in Mohali

    MOHALI: Dean Elgar was the unlikely bowling hero for South Africa as the tourists skittled India for 201 on the opening day of the first Test in Mohali on Thursday...

    The part-time left-arm spinner, who had managed just six wickets in 17 previous Tests, grabbed four for 22 runs as India lasted just 68 overs before being dismissed after tea...

  • Australia vs India: Mohali track altered to favour hosts, says report

    The Indian cricket board won't leave anything to chance when it comes to controlling ‘cricketing elements’ so the host team qualifies for the World T20 semi-finals, a Hindustan Times report said on Sunday, after Indian team management requested changing the Mohali track into a turner...

    India and Australia are set to face each other in a virtual quarter-final today at the Punjab Cricket Association (PCA) IS Bindra Stadium in Mohali......

  • Jadeja, Ashwin turn screw on England in Mohali Test

    MOHALI: Ravindra Jadeja led India’s strong lower-order batting display with a career-best 90 before spin partner Ravichandran Ashwin wrecked England’s top order to put the hosts firmly in charge of the third Test on Monday...

    Jadeja fell agonisingly short of his maiden Test century but shared 75-plus partnerships with Ashwin and Jayant Yadav to give India, who were all out for 417, a handy first-innings lead of 134 runs...

  • Broad set to miss Mohali Test

    VISAKHAPATNAM: Eng­land fast bowler Stuart Broad on Sunday all but ruled himself out of the third Test against India, saying a strained tendon will need another couple of weeks to recover...

    Broad, who shrugged off his foot injury to claim four wickets and help dismiss India for 204 on day four of the ongoing second Test, believes injuries are an occupational hazard...

  • Buttler poised to replace Duckett for Mohali Test

    VISAKHAPATNAM: Eng­land are set to recall Jos Buttler as a specialist batsman in their team for the third Test against India in Mohali with Ben Duckett facing the axe after his struggles against off-spinner Ravich­andran Ashwin in the first two matches...

    The wicket-keeper/batsman averages 30 in 15 matches, the last of which was 13 months ago against Pakistan in Dubai...

  • Pakistan helps cut India’s cotton glut

    MUMBAI: Pakistan is buying more cotton than expected from India after floods cut its own crop to the smallest in over a decade, opening an opportunity for the world’s biggest producer to offload its bulging stockpiles...

    Farmers in India have struggled to find buyers over the past year after the world’s top cotton consumer China cut import quotas to stimulate demand for its own fibre...

  • Letter from Mumbai: India looks to cut dependence on edible oil imports

    EVEN though India is hugely dependent on imports of edible oil at present, there are signs that the country’s oilseeds production will shoot up over the coming years, reducing its huge dependence on imports...

    While total demand for edible oil was estimated at 24 million tonnes in 2015-16, India imported about 15m tonnes last year — at a hefty cost of 650 billion Indian rupees (around $10bn) and adding up to 2...

  • PCB to ask India for clear-cut response on series

    LAHORE: At long last, chairman of the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) Shaharyar Khan announced on Tuesday that the Board would no more make request to India for bilateral series, saying the PCB would now only ask the BCCI to give its clear-cut response on the Indo-Pak series...

    Shaharyar since taking over the PCB as chairman around a year ago has issued dozens of statements asking the BCCI to resume bilateral series by playing a...

  • India has drastically cut visas for Pakistanis

    NEW DELHI: India said on Wednesday it cut visas to Pakistan drastically this year, issuing 18,000 fewer visas than in 2016, while Pakistan’s mission said it issued at least 6,000 more visas than before...

    The Pakistan High Commission officials told The Hindu that 45,519 Indians were issued visas by Pakistan till November this year, including 17,844 issued to Hindu, Sikh and Bohra pilgrims, and 573 business visas as compared to 39,321...

  • India restores incoming SMS in occupied Kashmir, mobile internet still cut

    India on Tuesday was set to allow some incoming text messages into Kashmir, officials said, four months after they were first blocked when New Delhi moved to strip the region's autonomy...

    Text messaging services were restored in mid-October along with mobile phone lines, but then cut again by authorities a few hours later after a truck driver was killed by suspected militants and his vehicle set ablaze...

  • Pakistan beat India to reach ICRC final

    DHAKA: Pakistan, inspired by spinner Fayyaz Ahmed’s hat-trick, stormed into the final of ICRC international T-20 cricket tournament for people with physical disabilities after defeating India by 43 runs at BKSP Ground 4 here in Dhaka on Monday...

    The result effectively ended India’s hopes of making the final — even if they beat Bangladesh in their last fixture — after suffering their second loss in three matches...

  • India smash Pakistan 4-0 to reach final of Asia Cup Hockey

    India booked their spot in the Final of Asia Cup 2017 with a convincing 4-0 victory over arch-rivals Pakistan in the Super 4s match at the Maulana Bhashani National Hockey Stadium on Saturday, Asian Hockey Federation reported...

    Goals from Satbir Singh (39?), Harmanpreet Singh (51?), Lalit Upadhyay (52?) and Gurjant Singh (57?) ensured the top spot in Super 4s for India...

  • India outclass Pakistan to make Asia Cup final

    DHAKA: India thumped arch-rivals Pakistan 4-0 in their last super four clash to qualify for the final of the Asia Cup at the Maulana Bhashani Hockey Stadium here on Saturday...

    Satbir Singh (39th minute), Harmanpreet Singh (51st), Lalit Upadhyay (52nd) and Gurjant Singh (57th) scored the goals as India cruised into the final, remaining undefeated in the super fours...

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