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COAS General Bajwa meets boxer Muhammad Waseem

Chief of Army Staff (COAS) General Qamar Javed Bajwa met Pakistani boxer Muhammad Waseem in Rawalpindi on Wednesday. COAS Gen Bajwa assured the boxer of full support for his boxing engagements. Waseem, 32, is Pakistan’s most prominent pugilist and had an unbeaten record until he copped his first defeat against …

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Hazare Trophy: Shikhar Dhawan, Rishabh Pant available for Delhi

New Delhi: Delhi’s India internationals Shikhar Dhawan, Rishabh Pant and Navdeep Saini will be available for the state team’s Vijay Hazare Trophy campaign, which starts against Vidarbha on September 24. India’s three-match T20 International series against South Africa ends on September 18 in Bengaluru but Delhi’s star players have confirmed …

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Ben Stokes slams English tabloid for revealing family tragedy

London: England all-rounder Ben Stokes yesterday lambasted an English daily for publishing details about his personal life and family, terming the act as “utterly disgusting” and the “lowest form of journalism”. The Sun revealed Stokes’s brother and sister were killed by his mother’s ex, three years before the England cricketer’s …

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Umpire GK Raman will be missed

The cricket fraternity of Mumbai and Chennai will feel the loss of popular umpire GK Raman, who passed away in Chennai recently. Raman, 89, umpired 23 Ranji Trophy matches from 1967-68 to 1984-85 apart from numerous club matches in Mumbai. Former Test umpire Piloo Reporter, who officiated quite a few …

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Bad news for TNCA is setback for Mumbai CA too

As the September 28 deadline for the BCCI state associations to complete their respective election process nears, the jitters in the non-compliant units are only rising by the day. Elections for positions in the BCCI are to be held on October 22, and while most state associations have agreed to …

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