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International Olympics Day: India’s top 5 performers in Olympics
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International Olympics Day: India’s top 5 performers in Olympics

Indian athletes have left an indelible mark in Olympics. On the occasion of International Olympic Day 2022, here are the top 5 Indian performers. 1 / 5 Leander Paes Leander Paes won a bronze medal at the 1996 Atlanta Olympics in men’s singles tennis to become the second Indian individual after KD Jadhav to win an Olympic medal. Source: Olympics.com 2 / 5 Mary Kom Indian boxing legend MC Mary Kom won a bronze medal in the women's 51 kg weight category in the 2012 London Olympics to become the first Indian female boxer to win an Olympic medal and the second Indian pugilist after Vijender to win a medal. Source: Olympics.com 3 / 5 PV Sindhu PV Sindhu bagged a silver medal in Rio Olympics 2016 and a bronze in Tokyo Olympi...
Closing Cermony of District Ju Jitsu Championship concluded at Indoor Stadium Baramulla
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Closing Cermony of District Ju Jitsu Championship concluded at Indoor Stadium Baramulla

Khan Jahangeer Baramullah JUNE,22:A three day District Baramulla Ju Jitsu Championship being organised by Ju Jitsu Association commenced today in Indoor Stadium Baramulla. The mega sports event was declared Baramulla in which more than 600 players including boys as well as girls are participating. On the occasion JU Jitsu General Secretary Khalid Aziz said that we are happy as District Administration give us good sport and various students participate in the programme and later they were honoured for their meritorious approach and medals were given to them. The chief guest on the occasion was Ex Chairman Sports Authority Baramulla Mushtaq Ahmad and various officials from J&K sports Council Baramulla. On the occasion, the performance of players were lauded by the eff...
Ashwin misses flight to England after testing positive for Covid-19
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Ashwin misses flight to England after testing positive for Covid-19

Mumbai, June 21: Indian all-rounder Ravichandran Ashwin could not board the flight to England after being tested positive for Covid-19. The off-spinner came to Mumbai to travel with the Test team on June 16 but now he is in quarantine. The 35-year-old will only join the Test squad after meeting all protocol requirements. The rest of the members of the Indian Test squad are already in Leicester and training has begun in Leicestershire County Ground where they will play a 4-day practice match from June 24. Ravichandran Ashwin is likely going to miss the four-day practice match against Leicestershire starting Friday but could be available for the rescheduled fifth Test match at the Edgbaston. India's head coach Rahul Dravid, Rishabh Pant and Shreyas Iyer have left for England from Bengalur...
IND vs SA: How Dinesh Karthik, Avesh Khan help hosts to level series against Proteas
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IND vs SA: How Dinesh Karthik, Avesh Khan help hosts to level series against Proteas

India made a stunning comeback as they levelled the five-match T20I series against South Africa. Avesh Khan's four-wicket haul helps India bowl out South Africa for 87/9 in 16.5 overs. But the star of the match was Dinesh Karthik who shone with the bat again for the team and smashed 55 runs. 1 / 6 Put in to bat, the Indian team got off to a poor start losing Ruturaj Gaikwad and Shreyas Iyer who went back in the hut cheaply. Source: bcci.com 2 / 6 In form, Ishan Kishan looked good as India were at 40 runs, but could not stand longer as Anrich Nortje dismissed him. Captain Rishabh Pant and Hardik Pandya then took the team's total beyond the 50-run mark. But the amazing partnership between the duo was broken as Keshav Maharaj dismissed Pant. Source: bcci.co...
IPL TV and digital rights sold for Rs 44,075 crore: Sources
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IPL TV and digital rights sold for Rs 44,075 crore: Sources

Mumbai (Maharashtra) [India], June 13 (ANI): The IPL media rights value for the 2023-2027 cycle has been sold for a whopping Rs 44,075 crore for 410 matches on Monday as per sources in the ongoing e-auctions. According to the latest information with ANI, Package A of TV is sold at Rs 23,575 crore which is Rs 57.5 crore per match and Package B of Digital Rights for India is sold at Rs 20,500 crore which is Rs 50 crore per match. The details of who bid what is yet to come but the value for per match TV, and digital rights is Rs 107.5 crore. According to ANI sources, there are two media houses who have won the bid, one for TV and the other for digital. The media rights value has grown more than two and a half times than what Star India paid in the year 2017. The process...