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Horoscope Today, 3 November 2022: Check astrological prediction for Capricorn, Aquarius, Pisces, Leo 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, you may be happy and have a good patience, which may reflect into your way of working. You may complete your task in an efficient way. You may plan to visit some religious place. You may make some donation to religious place or to some charity. Love birds may develop trust in thei...
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Alcaraz makes winning start in Paris, De Minaur stuns Medvedev

World number one Carlos Alcaraz sailed into the Paris Masters third round with a 6-4 6-4 win over Yoshihito Nishioka on Wednesday as Daniil Medvedev suffered an upset loss to Alex de Minaur. Alcaraz was quick out of the blocks and struck 30 winners to overpower his Japanese opponent despite losing serve in the first set on the only break point he faced all match. “First round in every tournament is never easy. You have to be really focused, you have to try to get good rhythm, good feeling in the first round,” said the 19-year-old Spaniard. “I had to get used to this court in the match. I felt (it was) fast, this court, but I’m a good player on indoor courts… these kind of courts help me with my game.” World number three Medvedev, who won in Vienna last week, fought back in the second se...
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Virat Kohli’s no ball gesture to umpire vs BAN: Pakistan legends have split opinions on incident

Pakistan legends Wasim Akram, Waqar Younis and former captain Shoaib Malik were split in their opinions when talking about Virat Kohli’s gesture to the umpire, calling for a no ball for height during the India vs Bangladesh match in the T20 World Cup. In the last ball of the 16th over, Bangladesh bowler Hasan Mahmud bowled a short ball and umpire Marais Erasmus gave it a no-ball. Virat Kohli, meanwhile, was gesturing for a no as soon as it was bowled. Bangladesh captain Shakib Al Hasan then had a chat with Virat Kohli and both went back to their positions after sharing a laugh. Malik said on A Sports, “Shakib Al Hasan was probably saying that because you gestured, that’s why the umpire gave a no ball.” Waqar Younis said, “Shakib is saying you do your batting, let the umpires do umpi...
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Shikhar Dhawan to replace Mayank Agarwal as Punjab Kings captain | Cricket News – Times of India

NEW DELHI: Veteran India opener Shikhar Dhawan will replace Mayank Agarwal as Punjab Kings captain for the 2023 Indian Premier League. The decision was taken at the franchise's board meeting on Wednesday. The move was on expected lines after the 31-year-old from Karnataka failed to take the team to the IPL play-offs earlier this year. Agarwal was made captain for the 2022 edition after KL Rahul decided to move to Lucknow Super Giants. Besides the team's inconsistent run, Agarwal's form also dipped as he managed 196 runs at an average of 16.33. Gabbar will be at the 𝗦𝗵𝗶𝗸𝗵𝗮𝗿 for Punjab Kings! 🗻#SherSquad, welcome your 🆕 Skipper, Jatt ji! ♥️🤩#ShikharDhawan… https://t.co/3lne1HA4Qf— Punjab Kings (@PunjabKingsIPL) 1667404832000The franchise had thought about making Dhawan the skipper last ye...
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India pips a fighting Bangladesh in tense contestfinish, inches closer to a semifinal spot 

Litton’s 27-ball 60 goes in vain as the Tigers fall short by five runs in a rain-affected match; Rahul finds his feet finally while Kohli continues to shine; Men in Blue defend a total of 184, thanks to Arshdeep who bowls a match-swinging over and keeps his nerve at the death Litton’s 27-ball 60 goes in vain as the Tigers fall short by five runs in a rain-affected match; Rahul finds his feet finally while Kohli continues to shine; Men in Blue defend a total of 184, thanks to Arshdeep who bowls a match-swinging over and keeps his nerve at the death A Wednesday night of whimsical skies and moist interludes threw up a close game. The kind that had the players walking the razor’s edge. In the end India prevailed over a fighting Bangladesh in the ICC Twenty20 World Cup Super 12 Group 2 ma...
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Pro Kabaddi League: Ashish shines as U Mumba win hard-fought contest against Telugu Titans | Pro-Kabaddi-League News – Times of India

PUNE: Ashish put up an excellent performance as U Mumba defeated Telugu Titans 40-37 in the Pro Kabaddi League here on Wednesday. Raider Ashish scored a total of 12 points in the game. Ashish chipped in with a couple of raids as U Mumba put their noses in front at 5-2 in the sixth minute. However, Parvesh Bhainswal tackled Heidarali Ekrami soon after and kept the Titans in the game. The Telugu defence stepped up as they levelled the scores at 6-6. Thereafter, both sides kept trading points until U Mumba tackled Vijay Kumar to inflict an ALL OUT and take a massive lead at 15-11. Moments later, U Mumba's Mohit tackled Adarsh T as the Mumbai side ended the first half with a 18-14 lead. !(function(f, b, e, v, n, t, s) { window.TimesApps = window.TimesApps || {}; ...
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We don’t play enough close games to know how to finish them: Shakib

Bangladesh captain Shakib Al Hasan feels that not having faced enough tricky situations in the shortest format has been his team’s undoing as it lost another close T20 World Cup game to India on Wednesday. Just like it happened during a 2016 World Cup match in Bengaluru, where they lost from a winning position, Bangladesh bungled here after a rain break and went down by five runs via the Duckworth-Lewis method. “We don’t play enough close games, and hence, we don’t know how to win those games. Both 185 and the revised target of 151 were acceptable targets. It is unfortunate we didn’t win,” Shakib said after the heart-breaking defeat. The straight-talking Bangladesh captain said “a combination of emotion and lack of experience” tilted the match in India’s favour after the rain interrupti...
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Germany goalkeeper Neuer says he had skin cancer surgery

Germany goalkeeper Manuel Neuer revealed on Wednesday that he was previously treated for skin cancer and had to undergo surgery. Neuer said he has a scar near his nose and that “I had to be operated on three times and I had skin cancer there,” in a video launching a new skincare line with former top-ranked tennis player Angelique Kerber. Neuer, who won the World Cup with Germany in 2014, didn’t say when the operations took place. The Bayern Munich ‘keeper was pictured last year wearing a plaster over the affected area. Ahead of the World Cup in Qatar, the 36-year-old Neuer has not played since Oct. 8 because of a shoulder problem. Bayern has said he could return to action Saturday when Bayern plays Hertha Berlin. !function(f,b,e,v,n,t,s) {if(f.fbq)return;n=f.fbq=function(){n.callMetho...
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Watch: Dinesh Karthik run out after mix up with Virat Kohli against Bangladesh

India’s designated finisher Dinesh Karthik was less than happy with his teammate Virat Kohli when a mix up between the two cost the former his wicket against Bangladesh on Wednesday. The incident transpired in the 17th over when Virat Kohli had hit a ball straight towards Shakib Al Hasan and Dinesh Karthik went for a run but was caught out of his crease, leading to a run out. Virat Kohli looked baffled with the commentator saying “Virat Kohli is saying, where is the run?” while Dinesh Karthik made a gesture which could be interpreted as the playing telling Kohli to look at him before attempting a run. With that run out, Dinesh Karthik’s disappointing World Cup campaign continues with the batter scoring just 7 in this match. In the match, India defeated Bangladesh by five runs in a ra...
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Asian Boxing Championships: Hussamuddin, Lakshya Chahar advance into quarters | Boxing News – Times of India

AMMAN (Jordan): India's Mohammad Hussamuddin showed his experience and temperament to notch up a close win and move into the quarterfinals of ASBC Asian Elite Boxing Championships on Wednesday. Facing Kyrgyzstan's Seiitbek Uulu Munarbek in the pre-quarterfinal, Commonwealth Games bronze medallist Hussamuddin (57kg) started on a bright note and showed his technical superiority and clean boxing in the first round but his opponent came back strongly in the second round to mount a comeback. Both the boxers had everything to play for in the last round and they started attacking from the beginning but Hussamuddin kept his cool and landed more accurate punches and dodged his opponent consistently to ensure a 3-2 split verdict in his favour. He will take on Pakistan's Ilyas Hussain in the quart...
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Satwiksairaj Rankireddy-Chirag Shetty pair progresses in Hylo Open, Saina Nehwal bows out | Badminton News – Times of India

SAARBRUCKEN (GERMANY): Star Indian shuttlers Satwiksairaj Rankireddy and Chirag Shetty beat Chinese Taipei's Lee Yang and Lu Chen to progress to the men's doubles second round of the Hylo Open Super 300 tournament here on Wednesday. The third seeded Indians, who won the French Open Super 750 title last week for their biggest win on the world tour, overcame a game deficit to beat Yang and Chen 19-21 21-19 21-16 in their first-ever meeting. The world number eight pairing next face England's Rory Eastron and Zach Russ. Satwik and Chirag is having a dream run this year. They won the Indian Open, Commonwealth Games gold, Thomas Cup crown and an unprecedented bronze at the World Championships in August. In other Indian results, H S Prannoy and men's doubles pair of M R Arjun-Dhruv Kapila gave...
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If I can do what team wants from me, I sleep peacefully: KL Rahul

KL Rahul knows exactly what his team wants from him and as long as he is able to do that, he can “sleep peacefully”. Having logged only 22 runs from the first three T20 World Cup games, it was Rahul’s opportunity to do the star turn with one of his better half-centuries (50 off 32 balls) and a magnificent direct throw from the deep that became a turning point in India’s five-run victory over Bangladesh. “My emotions were good. We are all excited to be out here and we have all looked forward to this World Cup for last one year. I have always tried to stay balanced whether I am doing well or not,” Rahul said when asked about what was his mindset in the last one week when he went through a string of poor scores. “The team has given me a role and if I am able to do what team wants from m...
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We don’t play enough close games to know how to finish them: Shakib Al Hasan | Cricket News – Times of India

ADELAIDE: Bangladesh captain Shakib Al Hasan feels that not having faced enough tricky situations in the shortest format has been his team's undoing as it lost another close T20 World Cup game to India on Wednesday. Just like it happened during a 2016 World Cup match in Bengaluru, where they lost from a winning position, Bangladesh bungled here after a rain break and went down by five runs via the Duckworth-Lewis method. "We don't play enough close games, and hence, we don't know how to win those games. Both 185 and the revised target of 151 were acceptable targets. It is unfortunate we didn't win," Shakib said after the heart-breaking defeat. The straight-talking Bangladesh captain said "a combination of emotion and lack of experience" tilted the match in India's favour after the rain ...
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Arshdeep Singh: The left-armer India wanted

When Arshdeep Singh traced his run-up to bowl the 12th over of the Bangladesh innings, his ability to bounce back was yet again put on the line. It was his second over of the evening; in the first Litton Das had smeared him for three fours. But Arshdeep is not made of brittle stuff. He came back resoundingly to put on yet another star show, as though he had washed away the bitter memories of the first over in the Adelaide downpour. The first ball, in his second coming, hit the hard length. Afif Hossain slogged, but was beaten by the bounce, which he procured with an extra whip of his wrists, and toe-ended a catch to Suryakumar Yadav. He would roar in delight. He then cracked a wicked smile when his bouncer whistled past Shakib Al Hasan. The next ball, Shakib realised the meaning of his ...
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If I can do what team wants from me, I sleep peacefully: KL Rahul | Cricket News – Times of India

ADELAIDE: KL Rahul knows exactly what his team wants from him and as long as he is able to do that, he can “sleep peacefully”. Having logged only 22 runs from the first three T20 World Cup games, it was Rahul's opportunity to do the star turn with one of his better half-centuries (50 off 32 balls) and a magnificent direct throw from the deep that became a turning point in India's five-run victory over Bangladesh. “My emotions were good. We are all excited to be out here and we have all looked forward to this World Cup for last one year. I have always tried to stay balanced whether I am doing well or not,” Rahul said when asked about what was his mindset in the last one week when he went through a string of poor scores. “The team has given me a role and if I am able to do what team wants...
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T20 World Cup Group 1 scenarios: Which teams can make it to the semifinals?

England’s victory against New Zealand on Friday has opened up Group 1 of the T20 World Cup with 3 teams (England, New Zealand, Australia) at 5 points each while another (Sri Lanka) at 4 points. Any of these teams can still qualify for the semifinals if the permutations and combinations go their way. Here’s a closer look at the scenario of this group as we head to the business end of the Super 12 stage. New Zealand New Zealand are comfortably placed on top of the table but it’s still a precarious place to be in. The Kiwis are on 5 points but they have an edge over Australia and England due to their superior net run rate. The road to the semis should be fairly easy for them as they will be playing Ireland who have just won one match this tournament. However, the situation really gets inte...
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We’ve prepared Arshdeep Singh for death overs: Rohit Sharma

India captain Rohit Sharma on Wednesday said the team has prepared young Arshdeep Singh for death overs, something that worked for them in the absence of injured Jasprit Bumrah. According to the skipper, the choice was between Arshdeep and his senior pace colleague Mohammed Shami. The 23-year-old left-arm seamer delivered for India in the five-run win over Bangladesh in the T20 World Cup here, continuing his impressive run. Needing 20 off the last over, Arshdeep showed ice-cool temperament despite Nurul Hasan hitting him for a six and a four and bowled a couple of perfect yorker length deliveries to seal the tie for India. “Arshdeep, when he came into the scene, we asked him to do the death overs for us. With Bumrah not there, it was a tough job for someone to take up. For a young guy t...
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T20 World Cup: We’ve prepared Arshdeep Singh for death overs, says Rohit Sharma | Cricket News – Times of India

ADELAIDE: India captain Rohit Sharma on Wednesday said the team has prepared young Arshdeep Singh for death overs, something that worked for them in the absence of injured Jasprit Bumrah. According to the skipper, the choice was between Arshdeep and his senior pace colleague Mohammed Shami. The 23-year-old left-arm seamer delivered for India in the five-run win over Bangladesh in the T20 World Cup here, continuing his impressive run. Needing 20 off the last over, Arshdeep showed ice-cool temperament despite Nurul Hasan hitting him for a six and a four and bowled a couple of perfect yorker length deliveries to seal the tie for India. Character & Conviction. 💪 https://t.co/WuYIpr99Xn— Virat Kohli (@imVkohli) 1667393805000"Arshdeep, when he came into the scene, we asked him to do the d...
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T20 World Cup 2022 | India beats Bangladesh by 5 runs in thriller

Virat Kohli and K. L. Rahul scored half centuries to set a target of 185, and though Bangladesh began the chase strongly, rain interrupted the innings to help India pull off a narrow win in the T20 World Cup Super 12 match Virat Kohli and K. L. Rahul scored half centuries to set a target of 185, and though Bangladesh began the chase strongly, rain interrupted the innings to help India pull off a narrow win in the T20 World Cup Super 12 match A piece of sheer on-field brilliance by a rejuvenated KL Rahul and divine intervention by the weather gods took India one step closer to the T20 World Cup semifinals with an edge-of-the-seat five-run victory over Bangladesh in a rain-curtailed contest here on Wednesday.Having posted an imposing total of 184 for 6 courtesy Virat Kohli (64 not out ...