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Gujarat Polls: Running Like An Athlete To Meet Maximum No Of People, says Rivaba Jadeja

Sporting a pair of blue sketchers and a heavily embellished pink sari during her campaign trail, Rivaba Jadeja, BJP’s Jamnagar North candidate exhibits the gait of an athlete. She seems in a hurry to make a difference. Her vision is to turn Jamnagar into a smart city. Just like her husband and ace Indian cricketer

Pacer Jasprit Bumrah To Miss T20 World Cup Due To Back Stress Facture

The 28-year-old has suffered a back stress fracture due to which he will not participate in the marquee tournament

2nd ODI: Topley’s Six-Wicket Haul Topples India As England Level Series

BENGALURU: Riding on medium-pacer Reece Topley’s six-wicket haul, England thumped India by 100 runs in the second ODI at Lord’s to level the series 1-1. Chasing 247, the visitors were bowled out for 146 in 38.5 overs and slumped to a crushing defeat. The left-arm bowler trapped India’s captain Rohit Sharma in front of stumps

Bhuvi, Jadeja Shine As India Take Unassailable 2-0 Lead

BENGALURU: Bhuvneshwar Kumar once again came to the fore and swung India to a 49-run win over England in the 2nd T20I at Edgbaston on Saturday. The ace swing-bowler prised out England skipper Jos Buttler and Jason Roy in his first spell to derail their 171-run chase. On the whole, he snaffled three wickets for

Edgbaston: Pant’s Pyrotechnics Deflate England On Day 1

BENGALURU: Swashbuckling wicketkeeper-batsman Rishabh Pant, who has often landed his team in trouble with reckless batting, lifted India to a respectable 338 for seven after all top five batters fell cheaply with the team tottering at 98 for five on Day 1 of the rescheduled 5th Test against England at Edgbaston. His explosive 146 off

Bowlers Warm Up, India Gain Advantage

BENGALURU: On the strength of their bowlers’ tremendous show, India inched ahead on Day 2 of their four-day warm-up match against Leicestershire. After the visitors declared their first innings on their overnight score of 246-8, Mohammed Shami, Ravindra Jadeja and Mohammad Siraj stepped up and bowled the hosts for 244. Leicestershire got off to a

IPL 2022: Dynamites & Duds Of Season

BENGALURU: Every season of the Indian Premier League produces new heroes, while some big names come a cropper. The New Indian looks at dynamites and duds of the IPL 2022: The Dynamites: 1) Hardik Pandya: The Gujarat Titans was arguably the most impactful player of the IPL 2022 as he not only shone with bat

‘Sir Jadeja’: The Rajput Sword Fan’s Rift With Chennai Kings

BENGALURU: Apart from catastrophic performance, the Indian Premier League (IPL) has been a theatre of melee for Chennai Super Kings. Before the tournament started, their regular skipper MS Dhoni voluntarily relinquished captaincy and handed it over to the all-rounder Ravindra Jadeja. However, after the team performed miserably in the first half of the tournament, the

Dhoni Back As Chennai Captain As Jadeja Steps Down

BENGALURU: Ravindra Jadeja on Saturday quit Chennai Super Kings captaincy in the wake of the team’s poor performance in the ongoing Indian Premier League (IPL). MS Dhoni, who had stepped down from the captaincy before the season, is back to lead the franchise. Chennai have lost six matches out of eight games they have played

Miller’s Turbocharged Innings Drowns Chennai In Last-Over Thriller

PUNE: Gujarat Titans on Sunday chased down 170 in 19.5 overs against Chennai Super Kings to seal a three-wicket victory in match 29 of the Indian Premier League. This is Gujarat’s fifth win out of six matches in the tournament. Coasting on David Miller’s breathtaking innings of 94 runs off just 61 balls, Gujarat handed Chennai