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Paris Olympics - Jyothi Yarraji Wants To Learn From Her Mother's Struggles And Shine At Olympics 2024 - sports.ndtv.com - India

Jyothi Yarraji Wants To Learn From Her Mother's Struggles And Shine At Olympics 2024

When Jyothi Yarraji leaps past each hurdle in her bid to reach the finish line, it feels like she is trying to put behind all the struggles that her mother Kumari underwent while working in double shifts as a domestic help and a cleaner at a local hospital in Visakhapatnam. It is her gutsy mother's positive mindset while struggling for sustenance that Yarraji would like to carry when she gets on the starting blocks of her 100m hurdles heats during the Paris Olympics.

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Fourteen pupils rushed to hospital after eating 'super spicy' flavoured crisps - manchestereveningnews.co.uk - Japan - India

Fourteen pupils rushed to hospital after eating 'super spicy' flavoured crisps

Fourteen children were rushed to hospital after eating 'super spicy' flavoured potato crisps. The pupils experienced nausea and acute pain around their mouth after consuming the product.

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Ravindra Jadeja - Ravindra Jadeja Pays Tribute To Late Mother With Heartwarming Sketch - sports.ndtv.com - Scotland - Usa - India - Sri Lanka

Ravindra Jadeja Pays Tribute To Late Mother With Heartwarming Sketch

Indian all-rounder Ravindra Jadeja remembered his mother Lata and paid her rich tributes. He said his achievements in the filed are a tribute to her. Taking to Instagram on Tuesday, the veteran all-rounder, who recently won the ICC T20 World Cup with Men in Blue in the West Indies and USA, wrote, "Whatever i'm doing on the field.. it's a tribute to you." Jadeja's mother, passed away in 2005 when Jadeja was making his mark in age group cricket. Jadeja had announced his retirement from the T20 Internationals just hours after clinching the ICC T20 World Cup 2024 title on June 29.

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Nick Hockley - Jay Shah - International - ECB CEO Writes To BCCI Secretary Jay Shah To Propose Owning National Disability Teams - sports.ndtv.com - Australia - India

ECB CEO Writes To BCCI Secretary Jay Shah To Propose Owning National Disability Teams

The England and Wales Cricket Board (ECB) secretary Richard Gould has written to his counterpart, BCCI secretary Jay Shah, proposing to bring two national disability teams -- one for visually impaired (blind) and one combined (physically challenged, intellectually challenged and hearing impaired) team -- to help popularise the sport among the communities. Currently, in India, there is a Differently Abled Cricket Council of India (DCCI), which is a sub-committee of the BCCI but the Indian board independently doesn't organise any tournaments.

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Phil Mickelson - Aaron Rai - Royal Troon - Shubhankar Sharma, Several Indian-Origin Players To Vie For 152nd Open At Royal Troon - sports.ndtv.com - Britain - Scotland - Usa - India

Shubhankar Sharma, Several Indian-Origin Players To Vie For 152nd Open At Royal Troon

Shubhankar Sharma will be the only Indian passport holder teeing off at the 152nd Open Championship at Royal Troon, Scotland on Thursday even as several Indian-origin players, including Akshay Bhatia, would aim to hold aloft the Claret Jug at the oldest Major over the weekend. Last year Sharma finished tied-eighth at Royal Liverpool for the best-ever finish by an Indian at the British Open. Apart from Sharma, the other Indian touch at Liverpool was Sahith Theegala, who missed the cut. However, this time around, there is a strong Indian flavour in the field, including Theegala, one of the most exciting young stars, Bhatia, the left-hander who defied the popular norm of playing college before turning pro, and Aaron Rai, whose habit of wearing gloves on both hands, turns head in the golfing world.

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Virat Kohli - Royal Challengers Bengaluru - On Amit Mishra's "Will Naveen-Ul-Haq Ever Respect Virat Kohli" Remark, Afghan Star's Fiery Response - sports.ndtv.com - Usa - India - Afghanistan - state Texas - county Kings

On Amit Mishra's "Will Naveen-Ul-Haq Ever Respect Virat Kohli" Remark, Afghan Star's Fiery Response

Veteran Indian spinner Amit Mishra dropped a few bombs during a podcast, as he shared details from some of the most controversial incidents in Indian cricket. Mishra shared the inside details from the Virat Kohli vs Naveen-ul-Haq battle during Indian Premier League (IPL) 2024, revealing how the Royal Challengers Bengaluru batter abused the Lucknow Super Giants pacer. Mishra even suggested that though everything seems normal between the two on social media, it would be difficult for Naveen to respect Kohli after after that IPL incident. Now, Naveen has responded to Mishra's remarks.

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Jay Shah - Jay Shah To Take Over As ICC Chairman By End Of 2024? All Eyes On AGM This Weekend - sports.ndtv.com - Usa - New Zealand - India - Pakistan

Jay Shah To Take Over As ICC Chairman By End Of 2024? All Eyes On AGM This Weekend

All eyes will be on BCCI secretary Jay Shah during the four-day ICC Annual Conference in Colombo, starting on Friday, where there might be serious discussions about when he will take over from New Zealander Greg Barclay as the chairman of the global body. The ICC conference that starts with the board meeting on Friday is expected to be dominated by losses to the tune of more than USD 20 million incurred by the global body for hosting T20 World Cup games in the United States of America.

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Harmanpreet Kaur - Asia Cup - Jemimah Rodrigues - Womens' Asia Cup: Jemimah Rodrigues, Dayalan Hemalatha, Harmanpreet Kaur Solving India's No 3 Conundrum - sports.ndtv.com - South Africa - India - Sri Lanka - Bangladesh

Womens' Asia Cup: Jemimah Rodrigues, Dayalan Hemalatha, Harmanpreet Kaur Solving India's No 3 Conundrum

The upcoming Women's Asia Cup in Dambulla, Sri Lanka, serves as a big chance for India to firmly nail their plans ahead of the T20 World Cup in Bangladesh in October. India come into the competition as the defending champions and apart from eyeing to defend their title, they also have the number three conundrum and got to seal ideal batting position for Jemimah Rodrigues. Jemimah used to be India's number three batter in T20Is, before a back injury forced her to miss T20I tour of Bangladesh in April-May.

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