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Horoscope Today, 30 October 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 the daily predictions given below for each horoscope to find out what is in store for you today in your luck. Aries: Today, moon is not positive, there are chances that you may not feel well, you might have health issues. You are advised not to make investments in new business projects, otherwise you may face loses. Students are advised to avoid fantasy and should work hard in their studies. You are al...
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Weekly Horoscope, 30 October to 5 November 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, your planets will not be in good position, you will feel bored and you will have some health problems. You may be facing a loss at this time. It is recommended that you do not invest in risky assets. Your gains are likely to turn into a loss. You avoid getting involved in disputes, or it will only get you down. But with the help of chanting mantras, things will be under control. Property problems are resolved. The mother's health is somehow good. The last few days of the week, however, may cause you to become preoccupied with your professional life and career. You will be able to get a big work order, which can grow your business. You will be enthusiastic about your work, which c...
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Satwik-Chirag revel in attack, enter French Open final

For far too long, Satwiksairaj Rankireddy and Chirag Shetty – badgered for their iffy defence – have had to learn to bend and weave and twist and lunge and dive. For a pair of six-footers – even if they are professional doubles shuttlers – it’s a physically challenging part of the game they’ve had to hunker down and learn and unlearn and relearn and reboot into their instinct. Their impressive attack is almost the Cinderella chucked out of the pumpkin carriage to return to a modest existence as the duo play a positional game, slicing the drops and tempering the smashes. But like Iron Man told Hulk at some point in the Marvel jamboree: “You’ve been tiptoeing too long, Big Man, you need to strut.” 𝐅𝐈𝐍𝐀𝐋𝐒 𝐅𝐎𝐑 𝐒𝐀𝐓-𝐂𝐇𝐈 🫂🔥 They go past Choi/Kim 🇰🇷 21-18, 21-14. Bring 🥇 home, boys! 🤞#FrenchOp...
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Graham Potter booed on Brighton return but says ‘I have nothing to apologize for’

Chelsea manager Graham Potter said he had nothing to apologize to Brighton & Hove Albion fans for after he was booed by some supporters as his new side were thrashed 4-1 by his former club on the Blues boss’s return to the south coast. Potter was greeted by some jeers as he took to the pitch for their Premier League game at the Amex Stadium on Saturday despite exceeding expectations during three years as Brighton manager before leaving to take the Chelsea job last month. The home fans relished new coach Roberto De Zerbi’s Brighton side putting Chelsea to the sword, singing “You’re getting sacked in the morning” and “Potter, what’s the score” in the direction of their former manager. “I have nothing to apologize or say sorry for,” Potter said. “I think I did a good job at the club an...
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Rathour not too worried about Rahul’s form

After a few Indian players turned up for the optional training session at the Optus Stadium here on Saturday, batting coach Vikram Rathour walked into the press-conference hall located at the venue’s basement. Ahead of India’s Sunday night ICC T20 World Cup game against South Africa, questions centred on pace, the surface and the playing eleven.Rathour offered a straight bat while also offering some quick counters. One such was centred around K.L. Rahul’s meagre returns and whether that might create a berth for Rishabh Pant, and immediately Rathour said: “We are not really thinking about that. Two games, I don’t think that’s a good enough sample size. He has been batting really well and he has batted well in the practice games, so we are not looking at any such thing at the moment.” ...
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ISL 2022: ATK Mohun Bagan beat East Bengal 2-0 in Kolkata Derby

ATK Mohun Bagan once again grabbed the bragging right as it beat arch-rivals East Bengal 2-0 to register its fifth successive win in the Kolkata Derby in the Indian Super League . Juan Ferrando made just one change to the ATK Mohun Bagan side that sunk KBFC in Kochi with Subhasish Bose replacing Ashique Kuruniyan on the left flank as they switched to a 4-3-3. Stephen Constantine fielded the same eleven that had nabbed all three points against NEUFC in Guwaha ti. In the opening ten minutes of this high-octane contest, ATK Mohun Bagan looked menacing. Bose came close as his shot flashed across the goal and out of play. সপ্তম সর্গ 💚♥️#ATKMohunBagan #JoyMohunBagan #আমরাসবুজমেরুন pic.twitter.com/74iRqbMjn9 — ATK Mohun Bagan FC (@atkmohunbaganfc) October 29, 2022 East Bengal almost got their...
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T20 World Cup: Wanted to take off quickly, run-out possibility was on mind, says Glenn Phillips on crouching at non-striker’s end

Glenn Phillips, the New Zealand batsman, has said that he decided to crouch like a sprinter in the crease at the non-striker’s end against Sri Lanka so that he could run faster, while keeping an eye on the bowler as the possibility of getting run out was also on his mind. “It was very much spur of the moment,” centurion Phillips said after New Zealand’s 65-run win in the T20 World Cup in Sydney. “I actually had my three-point start wrong, which my best mate’s going to probably give me a little bit of stick for later on. It’s supposed to be the other arm and other leg. “I guess the position was to be able to see the bowlers and take off as quick as possible from a sprinter’s start when you’re trying not to be out of the crease as much as possible — there’s been a lot going around about M...
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Rohit’s Men in Blue will look to keep the momentum going

India will need to bring its A-game against a tougher opponent in South Africa, which has had a mixed start to its campaign India will need to bring its A-game against a tougher opponent in South Africa, which has had a mixed start to its campaign Located on the west coast and 3934km by road from Sydney in the east, Perth is also three hours behind in terms of time-zone. Cricketers need to cope with a long flight besides adjusting their body-clocks. The vagaries of the weather have to be countered too.With rain becoming a permanent shadow in the ICC Twenty20 World Cup, a feathery drizzle often moisturised the turf at the Optus Stadium while the temperature on Saturday noon hovered around 14°C. Cold conditions Later as Rahul Dravid and Rohit Sharma walked towards the centre square, the...
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Is there anything Messi can’t do? Watch his stunning strike and soft defence splitting pass to Neymar

Lionel Messi grabbed a goal and assist to inspire Paris St Germain to a 4-3 comeback victory over Troyes on Saturday as the Ligue 1 table-toppers extended their lead to five points. Troyes had stunned the crowd at the Parc des Princes when Mama Balde volleyed home in just the third minute but PSG midfielder Carlos Soler equalised after a superb pass from Neymar as the two teams went into the break at 1-1. Balde restored Troyes’ lead seven minutes into the second half and he could have had a third if not for an offside flag, but their celebrations were cut short as Messi quickly took control of the game. The Argentine first pulled the trigger from 30 yards out to equalise with a sizzling strike before turning provider minutes later with an incisive through-ball for Neymar to score as PSG...
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Vengsarkar, Kulkarni elected as ICA representatives on BCCI Apex Council

Kulkarni was elected unopposed as the female ICA representative on the BCCI Apex Council Kulkarni was elected unopposed as the female ICA representative on the BCCI Apex Council Former India captains Dilip Vengsarkar and Shubhangi Kulkarni were on Saturday elected to represent Indian Cricketers' Association (ICA) on the BCCI Apex Council. While Kulkarni was elected unopposed as the female ICA representative on the BCCI Apex Council, Vengsarkar defeated outgoing ICA president and former Indian cricketer Ashok Malhotra. In e-voting held over three days, Vengsarkar received 402 votes compared to Malhotra's 230. Anshuman Gaekwad and Shantha Rangaswamy were the first ever ICA representatives in the BCCI with their tenure lasting from October 2019 to October 2022. The Lodha reforms led to t...
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Messi inspires PSG to 4-3 win over Troyes | Football News – Times of India

PARIS: Lionel Messi grabbed a goal and an assist to inspire Paris St Germain to a 4-3 comeback victory over Troyes on Saturday as the Ligue 1 table-toppers extended their lead to five points. Troyes had stunned the crowd at the Parc des Princes when Mama Balde volleyed home in just the third minute but PSG midfielder Carlos Soler equalised after a superb pass from Neymar as the two teams went into the break at 1-1. Balde restored Troyes' lead seven minutes into the second half and he could have had a third if not for an offside flag, but their celebrations were cut short as Messi quickly took control of the game. The Argentine first pulled the trigger from 30 yards out to equalise with a sizzling strike before turning provider minutes later with an incisive through-ball for Neymar to sc...
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Wasim Akram admits to cocaine addiction post retirement

Former Pakistan legendary seamer Wasim Akram admitted to drug addiction for the first time in his new autobiography titled – Sultan: A Memoir. Akram, 56, said that said he began using cocaine while working as a television pundit around the world. “The culture of fame in south Asia is all-consuming, seductive and corrupting,” he told the Times. “It started innocuously enough when I was offered a line at a party in England; my use grew steadily more serious, to the point that I felt I needed it to function. “It made me volatile. It made me deceptive.” However, he finally came out of it following the death of his first wife. “Huma eventually found me out, discovering a packet of cocaine in my wallet . . . ‘You need help.’ I agreed. “Huma, I know, was often lonely in this time, she would ta...
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‘I developed a dependence on cocaine’, Wasim Akram makes a shocking revelation | Cricket News – Times of India

NEW DELHI: Former Pakistan captain and legendary fast bowler Wasim Akram has revealed that he was addicted to cocaine after the end of his playing career but quit following the death of his first wife. The 1992 World Cup-winner, who took more than 900 international wickets before retiring in 2003, began using cocaine while working as a television expert around the world. In an interview with the Times, the 56-year old revealed that he has mentioned about the addiction in his new autobiography. "The culture of fame in South Asia is all consuming, seductive and corrupting. You can go to 10 parties a night, and some do. And it took its toll on me," Akram was quoted as saying. The former left-arm pacer also mentioned about the selfless act of his first wife Huma, who died suddenly in 2009 f...
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Bowler has the right to take bails off if non striker is leaving crease early: Glenn Phillips | Cricket News – Times of India

SYDNEY: "It's my responsibility to make sure that I'm in the crease and leave at the right time," said New Zealand batter Glenn Phillips, adding that the bowlers are well within their rights to take off the bails if the non-striker is backing up. During New Zealand's T20 World Cup match against Sri Lanka, towards the end of his innings Phillips was seen squatting in a sprinter's stance at the non-striker's end and the moment Lahiru Kumara released the delivery, he rushed towards the striker's end. "From a sprinter's start when you're trying not to be out of the crease as much as possible -- there's been a lot going around about Mankads and leaving the crease," Phillips said at the post-match press conference after New Zealand's win over Sri Lanka. "At the end of the day, it's my respons...
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India vs South Africa tip-off XI: Deepak Hooda to replace Axar Patel, Lungi Ngidi to add fuel in Proteas pace attack, Reeza Hendricks for Temba Bavuma

Sunday’s T20 World Cup Super 12 match between India and South Africa is expected to be played on a lively track in Perth. On a seamer-friendly surface at the Perth Stadium, South Africa would be tempted to unleash a four-pronged pace attack harnessing Lungi Ngidi with Anrich Nortje, Kagiso Rabada, and Wayne Parnell. On the other hand, India would be tempted to strengthen their batting line-up by adding Deepak Hooda in place of Axar Patel. Indian Express also argues for the inclusion of Reeza Hendricks in place of the struggling South Africa skipper Temba Bavuma. Hooda for Patel With four left-handed batters in South Africa’s top seven, it is highly unlikely that India will play Axar Patel against South Africa. Axar Patel has bowled well against the Netherlands but the Indian team manage...
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India vs South Africa T20 World Cup 2022 Live Streaming Details: When and where to watch IND vs SA

India vs South Africa, T20 World Cup 2022 Match Live Streaming Details: India take on South Africa in their next T20 world Cup match. India and South Africa are coming off big wins against the Netherlands and Bangladesh respectively. Both teams have been undefeated in the tournament so far. The winner of the contest will have one leg in the semifinal stage. Here’s all you need to know about the India vs South Africa T20 World Cup Super 12 match. When and where is the India vs South Africa T20 World Cup Super 12 match?The India-South Africa T20 World Cup Super 12 match is on Saturday, October 30 at the Opta stadium in Perth. What time is the India vs South Africa T20 World Cup Super 12 match?The India- South Africa T20 World Cup Super 12 match will begin at 4:30 pm (IST). Toss will take ...
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‘Drop Finch’ ‘Sack Babar’ ‘Remove Bavuma’ ‘Get a move on Kane’: The tale of struggling captains in T20 World Cup

A year ago, Aaron Finch led Australia to their maiden T20 World Cup title triumph. Kane Williamson’s New Zealand lost to their Trans-Tasman rivals in the finals, but the Kiwi skipper was lauded by the pundits for his exceptional leadership skills. South Africa skipper Temba Bavuma, the country’s first-ever full-time black captain, handled the situation of Quinton de Kock, who refused to take a knee, the BLM-inspired posture of protest, with calm and dignity. Bavuma broke away from cricket’s age-old ‘boys played well’ refrains and showed that there is at least a cricketer aware of real issues outside mammoth stadiums. Babar Azam, the baadshah of Pakistan cricket, who ended Pakistan’s dreadful record against their arch-rivals India in the World Cups. He was tipped to dethrone the king (Vi...
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India beat Australia 5-4 in shootout, claim 3rd Sultan of Johor Cup crown | Hockey News – Times of India

JOHOR BAHRU (Malaysia): Two-time champions India defeated Australia 5-4 in a nail-biting penalty shootout to reclaim the Sultan of Johor Cup crown, breaking their five-year-old title jinx on Saturday. The teams were level at 1-1 after regulation time in the title encounter. In the shootout, both teams ended with a 3-3 scoreline, forcing the match into sudden death. Uttam Singh scored twice in the shootout, including in sudden death, while Vishnukant Singh, Ankit Pal, Sudeep Chirmako also sounded the board for India. For Australia, Burns Cooper, Foster Brodee, Brooks Joshua and Hart Liam entered their names on the scoresheet. It was Sudeep, who drew the first blood when he scored a field goal in the 13th minute but Jack Hollad produced the equaliser in the 28th minute as the two teams fi...
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‘We have proved we can win with or without Erling Haaland’ – De Bruyne free kick powers Man City past Leicester

A stunning free kick from Kevin De Bruyne earned Manchester City a 1-0 victory at Leicester City on Saturday, a win that moved the champions back to the top of the Premier League. With top goalscorer Erling Haaland missing a Premier League game for the first time since arriving at City through injury, the visitors lacked a cutting edge in the first half, with Leicester containing them with ease. It was clear it would take something special to unlock the determined hosts, with Belgian midfielder De Bruyne stepping up, firing an unstoppable free kick into the net four minutes after the break to put City in front. King Kev clutches it at the King Power! 👑 🦊 0-1 🐝 #ManCity pic.twitter.com/FzOlH0JKBX — Manchester City (@ManCity) October 29, 2022 Leicester responded well and has a chance to ...
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EPL: Kevin De Bruyne’s rocket sinks Leicester as Man City go top | Football News – Times of India

LEICESTER: Kevin De Bruyne fired Manchester City to the top of the Premier League as the Belgian's sublime free-kick sealed a 1-0 win against lowly Leicester on Saturday. Pep Guardiola's side were without Erling Haaland at the King Power Stadium after the Norwegian failed to recover from an ankle injury. But De Bruyne ensured the prolific striker wasn't missed by the champions as he netted with a superb set-piece in the second half. City's first away win in their last four games moved them one point above second placed Arsenal, who host Nottingham Forest on Sunday. Since their damaging loss at Liverpool, City have recovered with successive league victories to underline their determination to win a fifth title in six years. Leicester's first defeat in four matches leaves them one place a...