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From Indian women’s loss against England to latest in Russian doping scandal- Top 5 sports stories

The Indian women’s team paid the price for a dismal batting performance as it lost to England by two wickets in a thrilling group league encounter of the ICC World Twenty20, in Dharamsala on Tuesday. Read More

2.Russian doping scandal spreads to wrestling, sports minister offers to quit


Russia’s sports minister said on Tuesday he was prepared to resign over a raging doping scandal in his country which could cost more Russian athletes their places at the Rio Olympics after “tens” more cases of cheating were exposed in wrestling. Read More
3. Sachin Tendulkar reiterates support for Associate nations in World Cup
India’s batting great Sachin Tendulkar has once again thrown his support behind Associate nations, calling on the International Cricket Council to provide more opportunities for these teams in the sport’s pinnacle events. Read More
4. BNP Paribas Open director Raymond Moore quits after criticising women pros
The tournament director of the BNP Paribas Open who said women’s pro tennis players “ride on the coattails of the men” resigned last night. Tournament owner Larry Ellison said in a statement that Raymond Moore was quitting as chief executive officer and tournament director of the USD 7 million event featuring men’s and women’s players in the California desert. Read More
5. World T20: Every match is knockout game, says Nehra
Ashish Nehra has contributed significantly to the Indian team’s recent success in the shortest format and the old warhorse says he is enjoying his role of a mentor in the fast bowling department

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