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 •  5 ugly moments of the series
<p>The India-Australia series was fought as hard off the field as it was on it.</p>
 
 •  Messi banned for four international matches
Argentina forward Lionel Messi has been banned from their next four competitive internationals.
 
 •  Ravindra Jadeja equals Virat Kohli's record
Ravindra Jadeja struck his second consecutive half-century of the series to help India take a crucial first innings lead in the ongoing Dharamsala Test.
 
 •  Rahul wraps up series win for India
<p>Rahane too comes out attacking as home side knock off the 87 runs needed on the fourth morning in quick time.</p>
 
 •  When Hardik Pandya scored 39 runs in an over
 
 •  Guess who is this cricketer
<p>Check out these rare images of your favourite cricketers!</p>
 
 •  Gorgeous WAGs of Indian players
<p>We take a look at the beautiful partners of some of the most popular Indian cricketers of the past and present.</p>
 
 •  Smith says sorry for his behaviour
Steve Smith was the highest run-scorer from either side with 499 runs in four Tests.
 
 •  NZ on brink of victory as Proteas collapse
New Zealand moved within reach of a series-levelling win in the third and final test in Hamilton.
 
 •  Meet the world's highest paid footballer
Real Madrid's Portuguese striker Cristiano Ronaldo was the best paid footballer in 2016-17.
 
 •  Umesh Yadav reveals secret behind his lethal spell
Umesh Yadav enjoyed a brilliant spell with the ball early in Australia’s second innings on Day 3 of the fourth Test in Dharamsala.
 
 •  Federer rolls into fourth round at Miami Open
Roger Federer took a look around as he entered the stadium court at the Miami Open, immediately feeling the energy of the crowd. He gave them quite a show.&nbsp;
 
 •  Smith abuses Murali Vijay
Australia captain Steve Smith may have kicked up another storm when he was captured on camera calling Murali Vijay a "f***ing cheat" during the fag end of the third day of the series-deciding fourth Test in Dharamsala.
 
 •  30 stunning cricket stadiums around the world
<p>Cricket is a numbers game and the associations administering the stadiums have taken it quite seriously. In their quest to provide as many seats as possible to spectators, they have turned the stadiums into huge concrete structures. Yet, there are many grounds that have retained their picturesque setting and aesthetic appeal. Here’s a look at some of the most beautiful cricket venues on Earth.</p>
 
 •  Messi faces Bolivia ban after profane rant
Linesman Marcelo Vangasse was verbally abused by the Barca star against Chile, an incident that has been reported to governing body CONMEBOL
 
 •  Kerber, Pliskova reach Miami Open quarters
Angelique Kerber and Karolina Pliskova reached the Miami Open quarter-finals, and Garbine Muguruza retired from her match.
 
 •  Australian batting coach Hick defends Warner
Poor second-innings effort, but Australia should have scored more in the first innings after getting to 130/1, argues batting coach
 
 •  Jadeja to Wade: Will have dinner together once you lose
Ravindra Jadeja and Matthew Wade had a bit of a heated moment during a tense day three of the Dharamsala Test.
 
 •  Fifty shades of Ravindra Jadeja
Ravindra Jadeja has rescued India cricket team by playing some attacking innings in Test matches.
 
 •  When Rahane did a Rahul Dravid
<p>Ajinkya Rahane, standing at first slip, took a stunner to dismiss Australian batsman Peter Handscomb.</p>
 
 •  Wriddhiman Saha equals MS Dhoni's record
Wriddhiman Saha entered a special club of Indian wicket-keepers during the third day of the fourth and final Test against Australia in Dharamsala as he went past 1000 runs.
 
 •  Jadeja's war of words with Wade
<p>Matthew Wade was having an argument with Ravindra Jadeja, who seemed equally involved before another player pulled him aside.</p>
 
 •  Steve Smith’s unusual superstition
Superstition is fairly common in sport and cricket is no exception to that fact.
 
 •  KL Rahul and his 'horrible' play
This series has been the making of him as a consistent opening batsman, but the centuries that used to be the Karnataka man’s USP have gone missing
 
 •  Nadal rallies to reach fourth round in Miami
Rafa Nadal celebrated his 1,000th tour level match with a come-from-behind victory over German veteran Philipp Kohlschreiber to reach the fourth round of the Miami Open on Sunday.
 
 •  Kane Williamson equals Martin Crowe's record
Kane Williamson equalled a New Zealand record as the Black Caps closed day three of the third Test against South Africa on 321-4.
 
 •  Ravindra Jadeja equals Ravi Ashwin's record
Ravindra Jadeja is the fifth Indian spinner to achieve the milestone in the longest format of the game.
 
 •  Javagal Srinath's 'unfortunate' world record
<p>Take a look at the world records held by Indians in Test cricket.</p>
 
 •  India edge closer to series win
<p>Hosts end third day 19/0 on an increasingly testing Dharamsala surface after bowlers knock Australia over for 137.</p>
 
 •  Rahane scratchy, down on confidence: Ganguly
Former India captain Sourav Ganguly told India Today that Ajinkya Rahane's confidence has gone down and it was evident from his batting.
 
 •  England 2 Lithuania 0: Defoe on target in routine win
The returning Jermain Defoe and substitute Jamie Vardy gave England a 2-0 win over Lithuania to consolidate their lead in Group F.
 
 •  Venus advances to 4th round at Miami Open
The oldest player in the women's draw at the Miami Open, Venus Williams is looking forward to the next round.
 
 •  Shaun Tait retires from all forms of cricket
Among the quickest bowlers in the history of the game, the ‘Wild Thing’ last represented Australia in January 2016
 
 •  Beautiful cheerleaders from around the world
<p>They add glitz, glamour and fun to any sport. Let's take a look at cheerleaders from different countries.</p>
 
 •  Schuerrle scores twice as Germany rout Azerbaijan
Andre Schurrle scored two and set up another against Azerbaijan as Germany made it five wins from five in World Cup qualifying Group C.
 
 •  Cheteshwar Pujara breaks Gautam Gambhir's record
Cheteshwar Pujara added yet another feather to his cap as he broke a record on the second day of the fourth Test against Australia in Dharamsala on Sunday.
 
 •  Warne's promise to Kuldeep
The spinner showed no sign of nerves on debut, and will particularly relish his dismissals of Handscomb and Maxwell
 
 •  Sachin, Sehwag in awe of Kuldeep Yadav
Kuldeep Yadav’s impressive Test debut against Australia in the fourth and final Test in Dharamsala drew praise from various quarters on Saturday.
 
 •  Worst divorces in sports history
Divorce announcements from professional athletes or their partners always attract media attention. These divorces caused a veritable frenzy.
 
 •  Football
 
 •  Messi faces Bolivia ban after profane rant
Linesman Marcelo Vangasse was verbally abused by the Barca star against Chile, an incident that has been reported to governing body CONMEBOL
 
 •  England 2 Lithuania 0: Defoe on target in routine win
The returning Jermain Defoe and substitute Jamie Vardy gave England a 2-0 win over Lithuania to consolidate their lead in Group F.
 
 •  Schuerrle scores twice as Germany rout Azerbaijan
Andre Schurrle scored two and set up another against Azerbaijan as Germany made it five wins from five in World Cup qualifying Group C.
 
 •  Tennis
 
 •  Federer rolls into fourth round at Miami Open
Roger Federer took a look around as he entered the stadium court at the Miami Open, immediately feeling the energy of the crowd. He gave them quite a show.&nbsp;
 
 •  Kerber, Pliskova reach Miami Open quarters
Angelique Kerber and Karolina Pliskova reached the Miami Open quarter-finals, and Garbine Muguruza retired from her match.
 
 •  Nadal rallies to reach fourth round in Miami
Rafa Nadal celebrated his 1,000th tour level match with a come-from-behind victory over German veteran Philipp Kohlschreiber to reach the fourth round of the Miami Open on Sunday.
 
 •  Formula 1
 
 •  F1 opener puts overtaking in the spotlight
<p>Formula One entered a bold new era in Sunday's Australian season-opener with bigger tyres, faster cars and a winning Ferrari.</p>
 
 •  Sebastian Vettel hails 'massive achievement'
Sebastian Vettel described his victory in Australia as a "massive achievement" after securing Ferrari's first win since 2015.
 
 •  Lewis Hamilton: It's best vs the best
Lewis Hamilton says the F1 stage is set for 'the best versus the best' in 2017 after he was beaten by Sebastian Vettel in Australian GP.
 
 •  Other Sports
 
 •  Indian Open: Shuttlers Saina, Sindhu aim for title
Indian badminton stars Saina Nehwal and P.V. Sindhu will aim to clinch the title.
 
 •  Bhubaneswar to host men's Hockey World Cup in 2018
The international hockey federation (FIH) confirmed Bhubaneswar as venue for two of its major events -- the Men’s Hockey World League Final in December this year and the men’s World Cup in 2018.
 
 •  Indian Open: Sindhu-Saina contest on the cards
There is always a buzz when Rio Olympic Games silver medallist PV Sindhu and arch rival Saina Nehwal, winner of a bronze in the 2012 London Olympic Games, face each other on the court.
 
 •  Roger Federer's record-breaking career in numbers
<p>Take a look at the remarkable career of Roger Federer, who is the winner of 18 Grand Slam titles.</p>
 
 •  Most expensive players in IPL history
<p>English all-rounder Ben Stokes, on Feb. 20, 2017, became one of the most expensive players to be bought by an Indian Premier League team. We take a look at some of the others who figure in the list of most expensive players in IPL history.</p>
 
 •  Formula One: salaries of the leading drivers
<p>The 2017 Formula One World Championship is about to begin, with the first race at the Melbourne Grand Prix Circuit in Melbourne, Australia, on March 26. Here’s a look at the drivers in this F1 season and their salaries.</p>
 
 •  25 cricket facts you won't believe ever existed
<p>In every sports, players are remembered for records they have made. Cricket is no exception. However, there are some cricketers who will always be remembered for their unusual records. Here are 25 mind-blowing cricket facts.</p>
 
 •  Talented sons and daughters of famous sports stars
<p>Nico Rosberg followed&nbsp;in the steps of his father, Keke, by winning the Formula One world championship 34 years after Rosberg Snr.&nbsp;Here's a look at family protégées who have ruled their sports.</p>
 
 •  The greatest Grand Slam champions
The top 15 Grand Slam tennis players of all time.
 
 •  Highs and lows of Shahid Afridi's career
Pakistani all-rounder Shahid "Boom Boom"&nbsp;Afridi has announced his retirement from international T20 cricket ending his 20-year international career. We take a look at the highs and lows.
 
 •  Biggest tennis upsets over the years
<p>As Germany's Mischa Zverev caused a major upset by defeating Britain's Andy Murray in the 2017 Australian Open, we take a look at some of the most shocking defeats in tennis.</p>
 
 •  Beautiful partners of tennis stars
A look at tennis stars who are going strong with their partners.
 
 •  The best sports pictures of 2016
<p>The year 2016 has seen some extraordinary sporting moments unfold across the world. Here are the best sports pictures of 2016.</p>
 
 •  Famous brothers and sisters in sports
<p>Tennis superstars Andy and Jamie Murray are the latest set of siblings to top the world of sport.&nbsp;Take a look at the&nbsp;long history of sporting siblings.</p>
 
 •  Most beautiful daughters of footballers
 
 •  Rain has final say after Mendis century, Taskin hat-trick
With the second ODI abandoned, Bangladesh cannot lose the series against Sri Lanka, being 1-0 up with one to play
 
 •  A scandal in Bangalore and the men with the twisted lip
Even the greatest detective and his loyal companion would agree: some mysteries of India v Australia are best left unsolved
 
 •  If we conquer the overseas season, you’ll see a broader smile | Virat Kohli | Wisden India
Virat Kohli: I jerked my shoulder four times yesterday celebrating … most pleasing to see the others take the responsibility
 
 •  Imam, Butt, Mir give Pakistan 248-run win
Hossain’s century stands out in Bangladesh U-23’s victory over Nepal; India U-23 and Sri Lanka U-23 also taste success in Emerging Cup
 
 •  Proud of Australian turnaround after Hobart low, says Smith
Captain says Pune performance gave them belief, but credited India for grabbing their opportunities when it mattered
 
 •  Kohli set to miss start of IPL 2017
Captain’s shoulder injury will still take some time to heal, and he’s unlikely to be fit in time for the tournament that is a week away
 
 •  Smith sorry, but Kohli not ready to be friends anymore
Australia captain disappointed with BCCI publishing video footage of the Jadeja-Wade bust-up
 
 •  Under-pressure West Indies plot bounceback
Top-order wobble and poor fielding in the first game should worry Pakistan, who are on a five-match winning streak in the format
 
 •  Nuwans, Dilruwan back as Sri Lanka bat
Bangladesh, up 1-0, name an unchanged XI in their quest to win a rare away series
 
 •  This sort of series builds character, says ‘viewer’ Kohli
Steven Smith’s men come in for big praise from the Indian captain: “They kept bouncing back and they had the desire to compete”
 
 •  India sweep super Test season with eight-wicket win in Dharamsala | Wisden India
Jadeja named Man of the Match and Man of the Series as Steven Smith’s men go down by eight wickets in Dharamsala
 
 •  India at No.1: The making of a champion team
They were proactive, assured in the face of adversity, and clicked as a team – and they aren’t resting on laurels
 
 •  Jadeja leads all-round effort as India chase 106 for series win
Hosts end third day 19/0 on an increasingly testing Dharamsala surface after bowlers knock Australia over for 137
 
 •  Sri Lanka set for shake-up to keep series alive
Mortaza keen that his batsmen build on starts as confident Bangladesh aim to maintain winning run
 
 •  Rahul fifty wraps up hard-fought 2-1 series win for India
Rahane too comes out attacking as home side knock off the 87 runs needed on the fourth morning in quick time
 
 •  Rahul wraps up series win for India
<p>Rahane too comes out attacking as home side knock off the 87 runs needed on the fourth morning in quick time.</p>
 
 •  Don’t mess with Jadeja, India's MVP won’t take a backward step
The allrounder’s bowling has come on massively in the last couple of years, and now he is showing what he can do with the bat in Test cricket
 
 •  Warner wicket shifted momentum in our favour: Jadeja
India’s 32-run lead crucial, given the uneven bounce and the cracks on the Dharamsala surface, says third day's half-centurion
 
 •  There’s self-satisfaction that I am suited to both formats: Jadeja
Ravindra Jadeja: There’s self-satisfaction now that I am suited to both formats - the confidence inherently increases
 
 •  Australian batting coach Hick defends Warner
Poor second-innings effort, but Australia should have scored more in the first innings after getting to 130/1, argues batting coach
 
 •  Dual standards of Smith's morality
Australian captain should know better than to level allegations over difficult catches in slips
 
 •  Aparajith ton drives India U-23 to win
Pakistan U-23, Bangladesh U-23 and Afghanistan too prevail on the first day of the Asian Cricket Council Emerging Teams Cup
 
 •  Karthik, bowlers guide Tamil Nadu to final
India A crash out of the tournament after going down by 73 runs despite Mandeep Singh’s battling 97 in final round robin game
 
 •  India edge closer to series win
<p>Hosts end third day 19/0 on an increasingly testing Dharamsala surface after bowlers knock Australia over for 137.</p>
 
 •  India chase 106 on tricky Dharamsala pitch
Umesh, Ashwin and Jadeja pick up three wickets apiece as Australia are bowled out for 137 in their second innings
 
 •  At his pacy best, Tait made the heart sing
The highlights reel was not very substantial and frequently interrupted, but for those who watched the Wild Thing, he will be missed
 
 •  Just call it ‘left-arm legspin’ – it’s the right thing to do
The word Chinaman has racist origins, and in a game that has seen so many changes, it shouldn’t be that hard to get rid of
 
 •  Bowlers leave Australia reeling
Maxwell leads sole resistance as visiting side reach tea at 92 for 5, leading by just 60 runs
 
 •  Shaun Tait retires from all forms of cricket
Among the quickest bowlers in the history of the game, the ‘Wild Thing’ last represented Australia in January 2016
 
 •  Swashbuckling Jadeja gives India 32-run lead
Allrounder’s counter-attacking 63 takes home team to 332 all out, before Lyon ends the innings with his fifth wicket
 
 •  KL Rahul & his 'horrible' play
This series has been the making of him as a consistent opening batsman, but the centuries that used to be the Karnataka man’s USP have gone missing
 
 •  Hodge hopes Kohli stays injured for IPL game
Gujarat coach says questions will be raised about India captain priorities if he plays in league after missing Dharamsala Test with injury.
 
 •  Virat Kohli has been a huge influence: KL Rahul
KL Rahul: All of us got starts but we couldn’t convert, but we are happy – 250 runs, six wickets wasn’t the worst day for us
 
 •  No regrets, but a little disappointing – after five fifties, Rahul waits for the big one
Dealing with Hazlewood and Cummins in the first session the toughest battle he has faced in his career, says opening batsman
 
 •  Nathan Lyon dents India's charge
<p>India slip from 153/2 at tea on Day 2 to reach 248/6 by close of play, still 52 behind visitors’ first-innings total.</p>
 
 •  Australia-like pitch does the trick for Lyon
“We've come a long way in this series, we're prepared to go the long haul and really push India to the maximum”
 
 •  Pandey, Axar star as India B reach final
Kaushik Gandhi’s battling 124 goes in vain as Tamil Nadu finish 32 short of 316/8
 
 •  Lyon four-for swings pendulum Australia’s way
India slip from 153/2 at tea on Day 2 to reach 248/6 by close of play, still 52 behind visitors’ first-innings total
 
 •  Rahul falls, but Pujara steadies India
India go into tea on second day at 153 for 2, trailing Australia by 147 runs
 
 •  Warne's promise to Kuldeep
The spinner showed no sign of nerves on debut, and will particularly relish his dismissals of Handscomb and Maxwell
 
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