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Horoscope Today, 13 June 2022: Check astrological prediction for Capricorn, Aquarius, Pisces, Leo and other signs – Times of India

Aries: Today your blessed by moon, you may make new plans in terms of business, your colleagues may be with you to implement your plans. You may recover your stuck money from your clients, which may boost liquidity in the business. After late evening, you may feel some depression. Which may affect your sound sleep. Taurus: Today You have a control over your opponents and hidden enemies. Decision in legal matter may come in your favour. Your seniors may be happy because of your hard work, you may get new responsibilities in terms of promotion. Singles may find soul mate. Gemini: Today you may be happy, you may plan to buy some creative stuff, which may improve your life style. You may also spend on your friends and family members. You may plan to make investments in assets. singles may h...
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Medals in Tokyo, Youth Games: Siblings star in Haryana shooting success

WHILE GROWING up, Shiva Narwal wanted to be a kabaddi player. It made sense: his state Haryana has a rich history of producing top athletes in contact sports. But then, his elder brother Manish established himself as a top shooter, breaking the world record to win gold in 50m air pistol at the Tokyo Paralympics last year. And their father Dilbaug asked Shiva and his younger sister Shikha to accompany Manish to the range. Their switch to shooting was quick — and, as it turns out, the right call. Shiva and Shikha are seasoned international shooters now, having won gold at the ISSF Junior World Championship and the ISSF Junior World Cup. Last week, at the Khelo India Youth Games, Shiva won a gold and Shikha a bronze, helping Haryana pocket seven of the 12 medals at stake and placing the st...
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IPL media rights: Bids cross Rs 100 cr per game

AT STUMPS on Day 1, the scorecard looked healthy. The TV rights bid had reached Rs 57 crore per game and digital rights Rs 48 crore per game. Taken together, the IPL 2023-2027 cycle’s per-game media rights value stood at Rs 105 crore — and Rs 43,050 crore for the five-year period, an increase of Rs 10,160 crore from the BCCI’s base price of Rs 32,890 crore. More than half the match is still to be played. “We are happy with the way the day has progressed and the best part is all the bidders have shown keen interest. We are hoping that bidding reaches figures the IPL deserves. The second day will be more interesting for all stakeholders,” a BCCI official told The Indian Express. The e-auction commenced at 11 am on Sunday, with Package A (TV rights for the Indian subcontinent only) and...
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Root, Pope centuries; England trails NZ by 80 in 2nd test

Joe Root and Ollie Pope made centuries Sunday to help England move to 473-5 and within sight of New Zealand’s vast first-innings total of 553 on Day 3 of a second test that has turned into a batter’s paradise at Trent Bridge. Root, currently the world’s most in-form batter in test cricket, was still there at stumps on 163 not out to give England hope of coming out of the first innings with an unlikely lead. While Root is used to compiling centuries — this was his fourth in his last five test matches and the 27th of his career — Pope reached three figures for just the second time in four years in the England team and the first at home. A day dominated by @opope32 & @root66!Best of Express PremiumPremiumPremiumPremiumPremium 🏴󠁧󠁢󠁥󠁮󠁧󠁿 #ENGvNZ 🇳🇿 day three highlights 👇 — England Cricket...
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Bhuvneshwar’s solo act not enough in Cuttack, as India fall two down

When Bhuvneshwar Kumar scythed the match open with a probing exhibition of swing and seam bowling in the Power-play, the game seemed like a low-scoring thriller in the making. Indian hopes lingered after his three-wicket burst had South Africa on the knees in pursuit of a modest score of 148. But they soon went up in smoke and blended with the haze that had enveloped the Barabati Stadium, as South Africa wrapped up the game with 10 balls to spare and four wickets in hand. After six overs, including the splendid Bhuvneshwar spell that read 3-0-10-3, South Africa were 29/3. That was as good as it got for the hosts in search of a series-levelling win. From then on, the visitors took utter control, first through a steadying-a-sinking-ship alliance between skipper Temba Bavuma and Heinrich K...
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2nd Test: Root, Pope centuries fuel England fightback against New Zealand | Cricket News – Times of India

NOTTINGHAM (United Kingdom): Joe Root swaggered to a majestic 163 not out and Ollie Pope hit his highest Test score of 145 as rampant England reached 473-5 against New Zealand at close of play on the third day of the second Test. Replying to New Zealand's mammoth first innings score of 553, Root and Pope took full advantage of a docile pitch with a blistering run-spree at Trent Bridge on Sunday. Thanks to the pair's commanding displays, England are in position to match or pass New Zealand's total in a Test that could be destined for a high-scoring draw with two days left. Freed of the oppressive shackles of the England captaincy after handing the role to Stokes earlier this year, Root was in vibrant mood as he unfurled his full array of strokes in his 27th Test century. Needing only 116...
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FIH Pro League: Hendrickx strikes twice as Belgium beat India 3-2

Alexander Hendrickx struck a brace as Belgium notched up a thrilling 3-2 victory over India in the second match of the two-leg FIH Pro Hockey League tournament here on Sunday. Hendrickx (49th, 59th) produced two goals in the fourth quarter to go with a 33rd minute goal from Nicolas de Kerpel as the Olympic champions fought back from a 0-1 deficit to get the better of India, a day after being stunned by the visitors 4-5 in a shootout. For India, Abhishek (25th) had put India ahead, while Mandeep Singh (60) scored another goal just moments before the hooter. With this win, world champions moved up to 2nd spot on the points table, while India were at the third. India will now take on Netherlands next week. Belgium controlled the game early on with better ball possession and also earned the...
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Linn Grant makes history as first female winner on European men’s tour | Golf News – Times of India

HALMSTAD (Sweden): Sweden's Linn Grant made history on Sunday when she became the first female winner of a European men's tour event with a nine-shot triumph at the Scandinavian Mixed. The tournament, featuring men from the DP World Tour circuit and women from the Ladies European Tour (LET) all playing the same course, saw the 22-year-old Swede claim her third title in just six starts this season. "I just hope that people recognise women's golf, more sponsors go to the LET and hopefully this pumps up the women's game a little bit more," she said. Grant did not put a foot wrong at Halmstad Golf Club, stretching her overnight lead from two shots to seven with five birdies in the first six holes. She managed to keep her card clean with three successive pars despite pouring rain before maki...
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India vs South Africa 2nd T20I: Heinrich Klaasen shines as South Africa beat India by 4 wickets to take 2-0 lead | Cricket News – Times of India

CUTTACK: Comeback man Heinrich Klaasen followed Rassie Van der Dussen's suit in turning out to be an unlikely hero with a career-best 81 as South Africa once again outwitted India by four wickets on a tricky pitch to take a 2-0 lead in the five-match T20I series here on Sunday. On a two-paced track where most of the batters struggled, Klaasen made it look ridiculously easy as he smashed seven fours and five towering sixes in his 46-ball knock to hep his team knock off a target of 149 with 10 balls to spare. South Africa win the 2nd T20I by 4 wickets and are now 2-0 up in the five match series.Scorecard -… https://t.co/tTMpE44vV1— BCCI (@BCCI) 1655053285000The wicketkeeper-batter, who was included into the side as a forced change for injured Quinton de Kock, completed his fourth T20I fif...
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‘Stay on it,’ Verstappen tells Leclerc after Baku heartbreak | Racing News – Times of India

BAKU: Max Verstappen spared no sympathy for Charles Leclerc after the Dutchman took advantage of a race-ending engine failure for his Ferrari Formula One rival to cruise to an unchallenged win in Azerbaijan on Sunday. "I would say shit happens, that's racing, you know?" Verstappen, who experienced the heartbreak of crashing out of the lead in Baku last year, told reporters. "It happened to me, it happened to many people in the past and unfortunately it's happening to Charles. "If I would be in the same situation, I would also be disappointed, I think that's very normal, but it's about how you come out of it." Verstappen's win on Sunday, his fifth from eight races this season, allowed him to open up a commanding lead in the overall standings. He is now 21 points ahead of Red Bull team ma...
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FIH Pro League: Hendrickx strikes twice as Belgium beat India 3-2 | Hockey News – Times of India

ANTWERP: Alexander Hendrickx struck a brace as Belgium notched up a thrilling 3-2 victory over India in the second match of the two-leg FIH Pro Hockey League tournament on Sunday. Hendrickx (49th, 59th) produced two goals in the fourth quarter to go with a 33rd minute goal from Nicolas de Kerpel as the Olympic champions fought back from a 0-1 deficit to get the better of India, a day after being stunned by the visitors 4-5 in a shootout. For India, Abhishek (25th) had put India ahead, while Mandeep Singh (60) scored another goal just moments before the hooter. With this win, world champions moved up to 2nd spot on the points table, while India were at the third. India will now take on Netherlands next week. Belgium controlled the game early on with better ball possession and also earned...
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UEFA Nations League, Spain vs Czech Republic Live Streaming: When and where to watch?

UEFA Nations League, Spain vs Czech Republic: Spain hosts the Czech Republic in Malaga. Spain was held 2-2 in Prague in their first meeting. Portugal, meanwhile, visits Switzerland aiming to keep the lead of its Nations League group, but will have to do without Cristiano Ronaldo. Portugal leads Group 2 of League A with seven points. Spain is next with five. The Czech Republic has four and the Swiss zero points. When is the UEFA Nations League between Spain vs Czech Republic? The UEFA Nations League between Spain vs Czech Republic will be played on Monday, June 13. What time will the UEFA Nations League between Spain vs Czech Republic start in India?Best of Express PremiumPremiumPremiumPremiumPremium The UEFA Nations League between Spain vs Czech Republic will begin at 12:15 am IST. Wher...
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Belgium blank Indian women 5-0 in FIH Pro League | Hockey News – Times of India

ANTWERP (Belgium): Indian women's team had a forgettable day in office as it received a sound 0-5 thrashing at the hands of Belgium in a FIH Pro League match on Saturday. Barbara Nelen (2nd minute), Charlotte Englebert (4th), Abi Raye (19th), Stephanie Vanden Borre (23rd) and Ambre Ballenghien (36th) scored a goal each for the hosts, while India drew a blank. Belgium's Barbara gave the hosts an early lead in the second minute as India were caught off guard in the counterattack, leaving the right flank completely open for her to comfortably find the back of the net from the far post. Two minutes later, the hosts doubled their lead through Charlotte. Belgium nearly had their third goal in the seventh minute but the decision was overturned on India's review as a home team player committed ...
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Zadran, Nabi star as Afghanistan beat Zimbabwe by 21 runs to win T20 series | Cricket News – Times of India

HARARE: Najibullah Zadran and Mohammad Nabi steered Afghanistan to a 21-run win over Zimbabwe on Sunday to claim a winning 2-0 lead in their Twenty20 international series in Harare. The tourists won the toss and made 170-5 off 20 overs on a batting-friendly track while Zimbabwe scored 149-7 in reply. A third and final T20 match is set for Tuesday with Afghanistan chasing a white-ball tour sweep after winning the one-day international series 3-0. Zadran put on 70 runs for the fourth wicket with captain Nabi before he was run out off the first ball of the final over. He carried on where he left off on Saturday, when his unbeaten 44 earned Afghanistan a six-wicket victory in a thrilling run chase. His 57 on Sunday came off 46 balls and included six fours and one six. It was the seventh hal...
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IPL Media Rights Auction: IPL per match value crosses Rs 100 crore mark on Day 1, Digital Rights rule the roost | Cricket News – Times of India

NEW DELHI: The Indian Premier League's media rights auction witnessed a robust bidding for TV and Digital rights of the Indian sub-continent with the valuation of per match of the cash-rich league being earmarked at more than a whopping Rs 100 crore. With the bidding going into the second day, the cumulative valuation of the media rights could well touch a staggering Rs 50,000 crore mark, which will be one of the biggest in terms of global rights across any sport. Four out of the seven players in the fray --- Viacom18, Disney-Star, Sony and Zee were involved in a near seven hour slugfest that remained inconclusive with Package A (India TV Rights) and Package B (India Digital Rights) cumulatively fetching upwards of 42,000 crore ($5.37 billion approximately) and still counting. The final...
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IPL Media Rights Auction: IPL per match value crosses Rs 100 crore mark on Day 1, Digital Rights rule the roost | Cricket News – Times of India

NEW DELHI: The Indian Premier League's media rights auction witnessed a robust bidding for TV and Digital rights of the Indian sub-continent with the valuation of per match of the cash-rich league being earmarked at more than a whopping Rs 100 crore. With the bidding going into the second day, the cumulative valuation of the media rights could well touch a staggering Rs 50,000 crore mark, which will be one of the biggest in terms of global rights across any sport. Four out of the seven players in the fray --- Viacom18, Disney-Star, Sony and Zee were involved in a near seven hour slugfest that remained inconclusive with Package A (India TV Rights) and Package B (India Digital Rights) cumulatively fetching upwards of 42,000 crore ($5.37 billion approximately) and still counting. The final...
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Verstappen wins in Azerbaijan after Leclerc engine failure

As Charles Leclerc’s Formula One title challenge falls apart, Max Verstappen is there to take advantage. Verstappen extended his Formula One championship lead by winning the Azerbaijan Grand Prix on Sunday after Leclerc retired from the lead with an engine failure. Leclerc started from pole but immediately lost the lead to Sergio Pérez, Verstappen’s Red Bull teammate, in the first corner. The Ferrari driver regained the lead with a smart strategy call to pit under “virtual safety car” speed restrictions while the two Red Bull cars stayed out. Leclerc seemed to poised to challenge for the win, but the Monaco driver’s car started spewing smoke on lap 20 of 51 and he had to pull into the pits. It was his second retirement in three races.Best of Express PremiumPremiumPremiumPremiumPremium “...
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Leclerc retires from Baku lead as Ferrari chalk up double DNF | Racing News – Times of India

BAKU: Formula One championship contender Charles Leclerc retired from the lead of the Azerbaijan Grand Prix on Sunday as Ferrari suffered a double blow to their title hopes. The Monegasque, who had started from pole for the sixth time in eight races and fourth in a row, pulled into the pits with a smoking engine at the end of the 20th lap. Ferrari confirmed the power unit was the problem. Leclerc manages to get his car back to the pitsThat's a double DNF for Ferrari 😖#AzerbaijanGP #F1 https://t.co/I7se2tuTO3— Formula 1 (@F1) 1655034363000Leclerc had lost out at the start to Red Bull's Sergio Perez but regained the lead through the pitstops. LECLERC: "It hurts. We really need to look into that for it not to happen again. I can't really find the right word… https://t.co/VRMVNsuS8i— Formul...
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Bidding for IPL media rights goes past Rs 42,000 crore | Cricket News – Times of India

MUMBAI: The IPL media rights value for the 2023-2027 cycle has gone past Rs 42,000 crore and is expected to go even higher as per sources in BCCI. This is nearly three times more than what Star India paid in the year 2017. The details of who bid what are yet to come but the value for per match TV, and digital rights value have surpassed Rs 100 crore mark. The process has been divided into a total of four packages (A, B, C and D). Package A is exclusive for TV (broadcast) for the Indian subcontinent while package B is for digital-only grouping for the same region. There are four specific packages in which e-auction is being conducted for 74 games per season for a five-year period with a provision of increasing the number of matches to 94 in the final two years. Package C is for 18 select...
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IND vs SA 2nd T20 Live Score Updates: India sent to bat first, Playing XI named

IND vs SA 2nd T20  Live Cricket Score Streaming Online Today Match Updates: Here are the two squads: India: Rishabh Pant (c & wk), Ruturaj Gaikwad, Ishan Kishan, Deepak Hooda, Shreyas Iyer,Dinesh Karthik, Hardik Pandya, Venkatesh Iyer, Yuzvendra Chahal, Axar Patel, Ravi Bishnoi, Bhuvneshwar Kumar, Harshal Patel, Avesh Khan, Arshdeep Singh, Umran Malik. South Africa: Temba Bavuma (c), Quinton de Kock (wk), Reeza Hendricks, Heinrich Klaasen, Keshav Maharaj, Aiden Markram, David Miller, Lungi Ngidi, Anrich Nortje, Wayne Parnell, Dwaine Pretorius, Kagiso Rabada, Tabraiz Shamsi, Tristan Stubbs, Rassie van der Dussen, Marco Jansen. India vs South Africa 2nd T20I will take place at the Barabati Stadium in Cuttack. (Twitter/BCCI) !function(f,b,e,v,n,t,s) {if(f.fbq)return;n=f.fbq=function(...