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Horoscope Today, 21 August 2022: Check astrological prediction for Aries, Taurus, Gemini, Cancer and other signs – Times of India

The daily horoscope is determined by the position of the moon and sun. A person’s personality is determined by the traits and characteristics given in his horoscope. How would you feel if you come to know what’s going to happen throughout the whole day before starting your day in the morning? Horoscopes give us a hint about all the things that we are going to face for the entire day. Read your horoscope predictions to know what the stars have in store for you today. Aries: Today is a good day, your financial health is likely to be good. You may get benefits from your past investments. You may be control over your spending on worthless stuffs, which may boost your savings. Love birds are advised to be polite in the conversation with the partner, otherwise there may be some conflicts betw...
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Weekly Horoscope, 21 August to 27 August 2022: Check predictions for all zodiac signs – Times of India

Read your horoscope predictions to know what the stars have in store for you this week: Aries: In this week, and you will be blessed with positive planets, you will feel happiness. You will be busy with family or social interaction. You'll be focused and be able to move in the direction of your goals, which means it will boost your self-esteem and prestige. You will be able to resolve several issues using your communication skills. You will be polite in your personal life. You will have a check between your savings and expenses, which can help you increase your bank account. You should take care to change your eating habits. Lovebirds are able to convert their relationships towards marriage. Students will be able to achieve good results. In the last few days of the week, you will be und...
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Rajasthan United stun ATK Mohun Bagan 3-2 in Durand Cup

Rajasthan United FC created a big upset, stunning local favourites ATK Mohun Bagan 3-2 in a Group B fixture of the Durand Cup. Full Time! @RajasthanUnited hands the first upset of the tournament! A sensational performance by #RUFC helps to beat mighty @atkmohunbaganfc in a pulsating contest! Thanks for joining us! ATKMB 2-3 RUFC#ATKMBRUFC ⚔️#VYBK 🏟️#DurandCup 🏆#DurandCup2022 #IndianFootball ⚽ pic.twitter.com/YxiCB7ruHB — Durand Cup (@thedurandcup) August 20, 2022 async src=”https://platform.twitter.com/widgets.js” charset=”utf-8″ It was a grand debut for RUFC in the tournament, as Gyanman Niukm got the all-important winner in the fifth minute of stoppage time to silence the home crowd.Earlier, Kiyan Nasiri had given ATKMB the lead two minutes before the end of the first-half,...
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New Zealand beats West Indies by 50 runs in 2nd ODI to level series

Finn Allen made 96 and Tim Southee took 4-22 as New Zealand beat the West Indies by 50 runs under the Duckworth-Lewis system in the second one-day international to level the three-match series Finn Allen made 96 and Tim Southee took 4-22 as New Zealand beat the West Indies by 50 runs under the Duckworth-Lewis system in the second one-day international to level the three-match series Finn Allen made 96 and Tim Southee took 4-22 as New Zealand beat the West Indies by 50 runs under the Duckworth-Lewis system in the second one-day international Friday to level the three-match series.New Zealand made 212 batting first and the West Indies were in dire straits at 27-6, potentially facing their lowest-ever total in a one-day international, until a long rain break and bold late-order batting ...
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Shaheen Afridi’s injury is a big relief for Indian batsmen: Waqar Younis

Former Pakistan pace spearhead Waqar Younis said on Saturday that Shaheen Shah Afridi’s injury is a big relief for India’s top-order batters. With India set to meet Pakistan on August 28 in the Asia Cup, Younis’ tweet will no doubt add more fuel to an already electric clash. “Shaheen’s injury Big relief for the Indian top order batsmen. Sad we won’t be seeing him in #AsiaCup2022 Get fit soon Champ @iShaheenAfridi,” Younis tweeted. Shaheen’s injury Big relief for the Indian top order batsmen. Sad we won’t be seeing him in #AsiaCup2022 Get fit soon Champ @iShaheenAfridi pic.twitter.com/Fosph7yVHs — Waqar Younis (@waqyounis99) August 20, 2022 On Saturday, Pakistan’s Asia Cup hopes suffered a big blow when Afridi was ruled out of the tournament after being advised rest for 4-6 weeks on th...
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Neeraj Chopra can compete in Lausanne Diamond League if ‘medically fit’: AFI chief | More sports News – Times of India

Olympic champion javelin thrower Neeraj Chopra, who pulled out of the recent Commonwealth Games due to a minor injury, can compete in the Lausanne Diamond League Meeting on August 26 if he is "medically fit", according to the top boss of Athletics Federation of India.NEW DELHI: Olympic champion javelin thrower Neeraj Chopra, who pulled out of the recent Commonwealth Games due to a minor injury, can compete in the Lausanne Diamond League Meeting on August 26 if he is "medically fit", according to the top boss of Athletics Federation of India (AFI). The 24-year-old Chopra figured in the list of competitors for the Lausanne leg of the Diamond League Meeting on August 26. But he is yet to take a call on his participation in the prestigious competition. "Neeraj will participate in (Lausanne)...
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Process of filing nomination papers ends amid uncertainty over AIFF elections | Football News – Times of India

NEW DELHI: The filing of nomination papers for the election of AIFF's executive committee under the aegis of the Supreme Court-appointed Committee of Administrators (CoA) completed on Saturday, even though there's a cloud of uncertainty over the world governing body FIFA accepting the poll process. In its statement while suspending All India Football Federation for "undue influence from third parties", the FIFA had said that it wants an "independent electoral committee to be elected by the AIFF general assembly to run the elections of a new executive committee". It had also said that the AIFF must "carry out the upcoming electoral process as per the statutory requirements and to hold its elections based on the pre-existing membership of the AIFF" (i.e state associations only). The Supre...
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Paralympic champ Sumit Antil breaks world record again; sometimes pain is like a stab to the stump, he says

TOKYO PARALYMPIC champion javelin thrower Sumit Antil, like Olympic gold medallist Neeraj Chopra, has a target on his mind — in metres. While Chopra’s goal is 90 metres, Antil’s is 80. Chopra, the World Championship silver medallist, is six centimetres short of his goal. At the Kanteerava Stadium in Bengaluru late on Friday, Antil moved a little closer to achieving his target. Competing in the Indian Open National Para Athletics Championships, Antil rewrote the world record for the fourth time in a year with a throw of 68.62 metres, breaking his own mark of 68.55 metres. Three of these marks were astonishingly set during the final of the Tokyo paralympics en route to winning gold. When he broke the record again in Bengaluru, Antil, whose left leg was amputated after a motorbike accident...
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Bowled in right areas, didn’t think about wickets: Mohammed Siraj

Pacer Mohammed Siraj on Saturday said bowling consistently in the right areas without worrying about wickets was the key to his success as he produced another impressive spell in India’s series-clinching five-wicket win in the second ODI against Zimbabwe here. Siraj, who had claimed one for 36 in the first ODI, kept the ball in the off-stump channel, troubling the Zimbabwe batters with the late swing. The 28-year-old from Hyderabad was rewarded for his consistency as opener Takudzwanashe Kaitano got an edge in the ninth over for Sanju Samson to pull off a one-handed stunner. “In West Indies and England also I bowled well, my rhythm was good in the first match as well, so my plan was to hit an area consistently without worrying whether I will get wickets or not,” Siraj, who took one wick...
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Werder stun Dortmund with three late goals for 3-2 comeback win

Werder Bremen scored three times in the final minutes to come from two goals down and snatch a stunning 3-2 victory at Borussia Dortmund on Saturday that ended the hosts’ winning start to the season. Goals from Lee Buchanan in the 89th minute and Niklas Schmidt in stoppage time brought them level before Oliver Burke thundered a shot in the final seconds past keeper Gregor Kobel. Dortmund’s Julian Brandt had fired a blinder past Werder keeper Jiri Pavlenka in first-half stoppage time to take an unexpected lead after a dire 45 minutes for the hosts where nothing seemed to work. Highlights 🎥 @WerderBremen_en are fast becoming the comeback kings 👑 Ollie Burke and Co. with another dramatic late salvo! #BVBSVW | #MD3 | #Bundesliga pic.twitter.com/u9t2V4v0w0 — Bundesliga English (@Bundesliga...
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Army Red hold Chennaiyin FC 2-2 in Durand Cup

Former Indian Super League champions Chennaiyin FC failed to go past Army Red and dropped points, after an intense 2-2 draw in the Durand Cup on Saturday. The group C fixture turned on its head after a barren first 45 minutes as the Reds took the lead through Lethaolen Khongsai (54′) which was neutralised by Julius Duker, a minute before the regulation time. Chennaiyin almost had full points when Edwin Vanspaul struck in the fourth minute of second half stoppage time but they could not see through the final minute with Army Red’s Liton Shil (90+6′) dashing their hopes in a crazy final seven minutes’ action. The first half turned out to be a battle for midfield supremacy with both teams forcing each other to play out on the wings. Chennaiyin FC were wasteful and could not convert the...
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India vs Zimbabwe: Bowled in right areas, didn’t think about wickets, says Siraj | Cricket News – Times of India

HARARE: Pacer Mohammed Siraj on Saturday said bowling consistently in the right areas without worrying about wickets was the key to his success as he produced another impressive spell in India's series-clinching five-wicket win in the second ODI against Zimbabwe here. Siraj, who had claimed one for 36 in the first ODI, kept the ball in the off-stump channel, troubling the Zimbabwe batters with the late swing. The 28-year-old from Hyderabad was rewarded for his consistency as opener Takudzwanashe Kaitano got an edge in the ninth over for Sanju Samson to pull off a one-handed stunner. "In West Indies and England also I bowled well, my rhythm was good in the first match as well, so my plan was to hit an area consistently without worrying whether I will get wickets or not," Siraj, who took ...
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We bat deep and weren’t nervous: KL Rahul on India’s top-order wobble against Zimbabwe

India’s top order wobbled a bit while chasing a small total but captain KL Rahul said his side was not nervous as it notched up a comprehensive five-wicket win over Zimbabwe in the second ODI to clinch the series with one match remaining here on Saturday. Chasing 162 to win, India were 97 for 4 at the end of the 14th over before Sanju Samson’s unbeaten 43 off 39 balls took the visitors home with 24.2 overs left. “We bat deep and it’s good for some of the guys to get time in the middle. We weren’t nervous,” Rahul said at the post-match presentation. “They (Zimbabwe) have some quality bowlers and they bowled well to Bangladesh, I watched on the television. The bowlers did come hard, they’re tall and big and strong boys. “Good challenge for us as batters, but we bat deep so it wasn’t a wor...
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Instead of testing batters, India chose to bowl first again to seal series with 5-wicket win against Zimbabwe

Zimbabwe put up a spirited defence this time of another small chase, but a second successive batting failure meant they didn’t have the runs to really test the Indian batsmen. Going for their shots on a spicy surface even if it meant getting reduced to 97 for 4 at one stage, India sealed the three-match ODI series with a five-wicket victory, reaching the target of 162 in just 25.4 overs, and rendering the third game at Harare Sports Club on Monday inconsequential. Deepak Chahar – who’d run through the Zimbabwe top order with 3/27 in the first ODI to end a six-month injury layoff – was left out on Saturday, probably to avoid playing three ODIs in five days immediately upon comeback. However, his absence made no difference to Zimbabwe’s fortunes, as Chahar’s replacement Shardul Thakur als...
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Harry Kane sets Premier League record in Tottenham’s hard-fought win over Wolves

Harry Kane set a Premier League record in goals for a single club on Saturday as his headed effort earned Tottenham Hotspur a 1-0 home victory over Wolverhampton Wanderers that sent them to the top of the table. Tottenham were outplayed in the first half but were a different proposition after the interval, with Kane pouncing in the 64th minute to score his 185th Premier League goal. No other player has scored more goals for a single club in the Premier League era, with England skipper Kane moving clear of Sergio Aguero’s tally for Manchester City. Wolves, who are now winless in their last 10 Premier League games, had 12 goal attempts to Tottenham’s one in the first half but were unable to make their superiority count. Tottenham then found some extra gears to seize control, with Kane and...
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Ian Chappell is the best captain I played under or saw, his commentary retirement is the end of an era: Greg Chappell | Cricket News – Times of India

It is widely believed by many cricket followers that former Australian captain Ian Chappell knows everything about cricket and what he doesn't know is probably not worth knowing. And when he recently announced retirement from cricket commentary after 45 years behind the microphone (began doing commentary in 1977), it was widely felt that the game and its fans would be deprived of a vocal, sagacious expert. Despite it being 42 years since he played the last of his 75 Tests (February 1980), the eldest of the three Chappell brothers, known to be an intellectual of the game, did not lose his sharpness in reading the game. Along with the likes of Tony Greig, Richie Benaud and Bill Lawry, Chappell was one of the most distinctive voices on Channel Nine and highly regarded as one of the best in...
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In Pics – Shardul Thakur in the wickets as India cruise to ODI series win against Zimbabwe | The Times of India

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Zimbabwe vs India 2nd ODI | Samson, Thakur fashion 5-wicket win to seal series

Shardul Thakur (3/38) and Sanju Samson (43 not out) helped India sail to a five-wicket win over Zimbabwe in the second ODI to take an unassailable 2-0 lead in the three-match ODI series Shardul Thakur (3/38) and Sanju Samson (43 not out) helped India sail to a five-wicket win over Zimbabwe in the second ODI to take an unassailable 2-0 lead in the three-match ODI series Sanju Samson produced a responsible unbeaten 43 after a clinical bowling display, led by pacer Shardul Thakur, as India sailed to a five-wicket win over Zimbabwe in the second ODI to take an unassailable 2-0 lead in the three-match series here on Saturday.It was not quite a domination like the first ODI but the paltry 162-run target meant that the K.L. Rahul-led side did not have to sweat much despite a mid-innings jolt...
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India vs Zimbabwe, 2nd ODI Highlights: Sanju Samson, Shardul Thakur fashion India’s five-wicket win over Zimbabwe | Cricket News – Times of India

HARARE: Sanju Samson produced a responsible unbeaten 43 after a clinical bowling display, led by pacer Shardul Thakur, as India sailed to a five-wicket win over Zimbabwe in the second ODI to take an unassailable 2-0 lead in the three-match series here on Saturday. It was not quite a domination unlike the first ODI but the paltry 162-run target meant that the KL Rahul-led side did not have to sweat much despite a mid-innings jolt. Sent into bowl, comeback man Thakur (3/38 in seven overs) brilliantly set it up and became the wrecker-in-chief as the Indian bowlers once again came out on top to skittle out Zimbabwe for 161. As It HappenedIn the absence of Deepak Chahar who missed out after his exploits in the last ODI, Thakur made his presence felt and rocked the Zimbabwe top-order with his...