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Day: November 15, 2022

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Horoscope Today, 16 November 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 some dissatisfaction may come into your mind, you may feel lazy and dull, it affects your current speed of the project or work in terms of delay. Love birds are advised to avoid any important decision in terms of marriage. Job seeker may get disappointments in terms of interviews. ...
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Pisces Horoscope Today, 16 November 2022: Happiness seems to be in plentiful supply at the moment – Times of India

A person’s personality is determined by the traits and characteristics given in his horoscope. This Pisces Horoscope for 16 November is determined by the position of the moon and sun. How would you feel if you come to know what’s going to happen throughout the day for Pisces? Horoscopes give us a hint about all the things that we are going to face for the entire day. Read your Pisces horoscope predictions to find out what is in store for you today. Positive: Ganesha says happiness seems to be in plentiful supply at the moment. The whole day can be filled with a good vibe that makes it possible for you to tackle some major duties. Others close to you could be inspired by your original thoughts. Negative: Be cautious around your relatives today. You need to watch your spending because ris...
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Aquarius Horoscope Today, 16 November 2022: You can suffer from a condition or problems with the air – Times of India

A person’s personality is determined by the traits and characteristics given in his horoscope. This Aquarius Horoscope for 16 November is determined by the position of the moon and sun. How would you feel if you come to know what’s going to happen throughout the day for Aquarius? Horoscopes give us a hint about all the things that we are going to face for the entire day. Read your Aquarius horoscope predictions to find out what is in store for you today. Positive: Ganesha says you might decide to spend some cash on outings, trips, or hobbies since doing so will help you keep or restore your mental health. At work, it will be amazing. It is advised to take precautions, eat a balanced diet, and alter one's lifestyle. Negative: You are recommended to keep a peaceful atmosphere and interact...
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Capricorn Horoscope Today, 16 November 2022: You’ll feel very energetic today and be ready to learn new things – Times of India

A person’s personality is determined by the traits and characteristics given in his horoscope. This Capricorn Horoscope for 16 November is determined by the position of the moon and sun. How would you feel if you come to know what’s going to happen throughout the day for Capricorn? Horoscopes give us a hint about all the things that we are going to face for the entire day. Read your Capricorn horoscope predictions to find out what is in store for you today. Positive: Ganesha says you'll feel very energetic today and be ready to learn new things. You will gain new skills that you can apply to your professional life. As a result of the possibility of a variety of small illnesses, you need to take care of your health. Negative: Your relationship with your partner will be fine, but it's bes...
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Indian Premier League 2023 | Ravindra Jadeja retained by CSK, shares photo with Dhoni

Ravindra Jadeja with Chennai Super Kings captain M.S. Dhoni. Twitter/@imjadeja All-rounder Ravindra Jadeja shared a photo with former India captain MS Dhoni after the franchise retained the southpaw on November 15. He was retained by the Chennai Super Kings ahead of the IPL mini-auction scheduled on December 23. The player shared an image with Dhoni and captioned it, "Everything is fine #RESTART."The Chennai franchise had appointed Jadeja as the captain for the 2022 edition, but the player had left the leadership role midway. Dhoni stepped in as captain for the remainder of the season. Jadeja's decision to quit the captaincy had sparked rumours of him having a tussle with the CSK.He had removed all posts related to the team's 2021 and 2022 seasons from his official Instagram account, l...
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More than a game: With USA, England, Iran and Wales, geopolitics adds a layer to charged-up Group B

“A U.S. interagency working group has been set up in advance of the Iran game to determine if their offence can be deterred, the scope of follow-on negotiations in the event of a draw, and whether exchanging jerseys violates sanctions.” Washington-based Iran expert Ali Vaez’s tongue-in-cheek tweet moments after the draw for the World Cup was announced in April encapsulated one of the many sub-plots of the most geo-politically charged match-up of the group stage – the USA vs Iran. And they just form one half of Group B. The other two countries in the group, England and Wales, are part of the same ‘sovereign state’, but are ferocious rivals when it comes to sport. Purely on sporting terms, Group E comprising Germany, Spain, Japan, and Costa Rica might be the ‘group of death’, but when it ...
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Faf Du Plessis brands David Warner a ‘bully’, admits he felt jealous of AB de Villiers in new book

Former South African captain Faf du Plessis has called David Warner a “bully” and admitted being “jealous” of his team-mate AB de Villiers, he revealed in his book Faf: Through Fire. One incident in particular stood out for Du Plessis which led to the soft spoken batter brand Australia’s David Warner as a “bully” During the first of four Test matches in between Steve Smith’s Australia and Du Plessis’s South Africa in 2018, an on-field verbal abuse escalated in the players’ tunnel in Durban. CCTV footage from the tunnel at Kingsmead showed Australia vice-captain David Warner and home wicketkeeper Quinton de Kock involved in a fiery exchange as players climbed the stairwell to their dressing rooms during the tea break. The video shows Warner being restrained by Australia batsman Usman Kha...
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Football isn’t just Kerala, Bengal, Goa … it’s also Kolhapur

A fortnight back, while Diwali shopping at a busy Kolhapur market, the Suryavanshis got into a tiff. Madhavi and Satish had a disagreement over the colour of the ‘akashkandil’ – celebratory lantern – they were buying to light up their home. The husband liked the one that was ‘blue & white’ but the wife was adamant that it needed to be blue-yellow. It has been this football crazy city’s oldest fight. Kolhapur has its own Brazil vs Argentina – two rival local football clubs that share the colours with world football’s superpowers. Patakadil Talim Mandal (PTM) turns up in ‘blue-yellow’, Khandoba Talim in ‘blue and white’. Madhavi is a “PTM mulgi”, Satish a one-time passionate Khandoba midfielder. The wife says the “football rivalry almost stopped our wedding”. A week from now, this riv...
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Suryakumar is a huge talent and someone to watch out for: Williamson

Special player: Williamson says the team will work out a plan to check the dangerous Suryakumar. | Photo Credit: JAMES ELSBY For the second year in a row, India and New Zealand are going to lock horns within a week after the T20 World Cup. While Hardik Pandya’s captaincy in three T20Is will be in focus in the first week of the tour, to be streamed on Prime Video, the focus will switch to the ODI format in the latter half with an eye on next year’s ODI World Cup.In an interaction with The Hindu, New Zealand captain Kane Williamson spelt out the biggest threat that the Kiwis will have to tackle over the next fortnight.How do you get yourself right up there after a high pressure event like the World Cup?That’s a good question. Obviously not just the World Cup, but the schedules even prior...
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PCB could be forced to move first Test against England from Rawalpindi | Cricket News – Times of India

KARACHI: The Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) might be forced to move the first Test against England from Rawalpindi to another venue because of the prevailing political uncertainty due to the long march by opposition leader, Imran Khan. After some of the England Test players including captain Ben Stokes made it clear that they were concerned after the assassination attempt on former premier Imran Khan, sources said the PCB is considering moving the first Test. A source said that since Imran's protest march will enter Islamabad from Rawalpindi and he plans to set up a camp in the capital, the board has sought advice from the district administration in Pindi and concerned ministries. "The PCB will most likely act on advice from the administration and security officials but indications are th...
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Bayer Leverkusen says giving World Cup to Qatar was ‘scandalous’

Bayer Leverkusen became the latest Bundesliga club to criticize the World Cup in Qatar by describing the decision to award the tournament to the country as “scandalous” on Tuesday. “The World Cup should never have been awarded to Qatar,” Leverkusen said in a statement. “It was the least suitable of all applications for hosting a World Cup according to FIFA’s own audit reports. Out of eight new World Cup stadiums, seven were new-build projects. Football culture does not exist in Qatar. From our perspective, that is a knockout criterion for a potential World Cup host.” Leverkusen’s statement also referred to widely reported issues of homophobia, the lack of freedom of expression and denial of women’s rights plus the “unacceptable working conditions” endured by migrant workers in Qatar whi...
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I League: Aizawl, TRAU share spoils

Aizawl FC and TRAU FC shared the spoils after a 1-1 draw in their I-League match at the picturesque Rajiv Gandhi Stadium. A goal in each half by Sagolsem Bikash Singh (18th minute) and K Lalrinfela (48th) for TRAU and Aizawl, respectively, meant that the two sides went home with a point each. In a fixture where TRAU have dominated in recent years, it was a different story this time. The first half started with Aizawl FC on the front foot, as theyplayed with a high tempo in the opposition’s half. New Argentine recruit Matias Veron was the focal point of most of their attacks. However, the home side was not able to capitalize on their attacking opportunities. TRAU began to grow in the game after the quarter-hour mark and managed to get the lead when they caught Aizawl on the break. With o...
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Mary Kom elected chairman, Sharath vice-chairman of athletes commission; Gagan, Sindhu part of General Assembly with voting rights | More sports News – Times of India

NEW DELHI: There was an element of surprise when the chairman and vice-chairman of the Indian Olympic Association’s (IOA) athletes commission were elected here on Tuesday. It was widely expected that Gagan Narang and P V Sindhu would occupy the two top posts. Instead, Mary Kom was elected as the chairman and Achanta Sharath Kamal as the vice-chairman of the athletes commission in an interesting turn of events. Narang and Sindhu were sent to the IOA’s general assembly with voting rights as the athletes commission’s representatives. A 10-member athletes commission was selected without any voting on Monday after the meeting witnessed a mass withdrawal of sportspersons. Apart from Mary, Sharath, Gagan and Sindhu, the other members elected to the athletes commission included Mirabai Chanu, R...
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Supreme court directs its orders on adoption of new constitution, polling for IOA executive be scrupulously followed

The Supreme Court on Tuesday directed that its orders of October 10 and November 3 on adoption of a new constitution and polling for electing an executive committee of the Indian Olympic Association (IOA) shall be scrupulously followed. A bench of Chief Justice DY Chandrachud and Justices Hima Kohli and JB Pardiwala recorded the submission of Solicitor General Tushar Mehta, appearing for the Centre, that the IOA constitution, as drafted by Justice (retd) LN Rao, has been adopted at the annual general meeting (AGM) of the Indian olympic body and any amendments to it will be done only with the express permission of the court. The top court then disposed of the contempt plea moved by petitioner Rahul Mehra alleging violation of the directions of the apex court on October 10 and November 3 ...
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Felix Auger-Aliassime crushes Rafael Nadal at ATP Finals | Tennis News – Times of India

TURIN (Italy): Felix Auger-Aliassime left Rafa Nadal's title hopes at the ATP Finals in tatters as he beat the struggling Spaniard 6-3 6-4 in round-robin action at the Pala Alpitour Stadium on Tuesday. Nadal needs to win the year-end title for the first time in his illustrious career to have a chance of preventing compatriot Carlos Alcaraz from ending the year as world number one, but he faded badly after an encouraging start. The second-ranked 36-year-old was beaten by American Taylor Fritz in his opener on Sunday and is bottom of the Green Group with one match remaining against Norway's Casper Ruud. Nadal, the record 22-times Grand Slam champion, has now lost four successive ATP Tour matches for the first time since 2009. Canada's Auger-Aliassime, now coached by Nadal's uncle and long...
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Everything is fine: Ravindra Jadeja tweets after being retained by CSK

After much speculation on his Chennai Super Kings future, Ravindra Jadeja was retained by the 4-time Indian Premier League champions on Tuesday. After the retention lists were out, Jadeja tweeted, “Everything is fine #RESTART” with a picture of himself and captain Mahendra Singh Dhoni. Jadeja had a rocky tournament in 2022 scoring 112 runs in 8 matches after being appointed captain of the franchise at the beginning of the season. But CSK gave the captaincy back to Dhoni after they were languishing at the bottom half of the table. Everything is fine💛 #RESTART pic.twitter.com/KRrAHQJbaz — Ravindrasinh jadeja (@imjadeja) November 15, 2022 A rib injury would rule Jadeja out for the rest of the season after playing 2 games under Dhoni’s leadership. He also missed the home series against Sou...
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Too much of a nice guy, and this game is not for nice guys: Sanjay Manjrekar on Mayank Agarwal

Sunrisers Hyderabad and Punjab Kings have let go of their captains from last season Kane Williamson and Mayank Agarwal respectively. The latter has already named a captain in Shikar Dhawan for the upcoming season and the former is yet to name one. Speaking to star sports former SRH coach Tom Moody said “Yeah, it’s going to be very interesting to see what the new management does at Sunrisers with regards to Kane, because you make a big decision to begin with in retaining a player like Kane Williamson. At the beginning of a major auction, you back him as your leader, everyone recognises that he’s one of the game’s great modern leaders.” Kane Williamson scored 216 runs at an average of 19.64 and a strike rate of 93.51 SRH finished eighth in the table. “Yes, he had a poor season, yes, he ha...
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Vijay Hazare Trophy: Agarwal slams ton as Hyderabad pip Saurashtra | Cricket News – Times of India

NEW DELHI: Skipper Tanmay Agarwal led from the front with a 119-ball 124 as Hyderabad put up a strong batting display to beat Saurashtra by five wickets in a Vijay Hazare Trophy Group A match here on Tuesday. Chasing a challenging 313, Hyderabad responded in style as Agarwal and Rohit Rayudu put up a strong 214-run opening stand and batted till the 35th over. But the duo departed in quick succession in the 35th over and the match hung in balance with Hyderabad needing 34 in 35 balls when Ravi Teja got out for a 23-ball 34. But Tilak Varma played an useful knock of 45 from 36 balls (2x4, 2x6) before Tanay Thyagarajan and Mickil Jaiswal sealed the win with seven balls to spare. Put in to bat, Saurashtra posted a challenging 312 for nine with wicketkeeper-batter Harvik Desai anchoring thei...
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SC directs its orders on adoption of new constitution, polling for IOA executive be scrupulously followed | More sports News – Times of India

NEW DELHI: The Supreme Court on Tuesday directed that its orders of October 10 and November 3 on adoption of a new constitution and polling for electing an executive committee of the Indian Olympic Association (IOA) shall be scrupulously followed. A bench of Chief Justice DY Chandrachud and Justices Hima Kohli and JB Pardiwala recorded the submission of Solicitor General Tushar Mehta, appearing for the Centre, that the IOA constitution, as drafted by Justice (retd) LN Rao, has been adopted at the annual general meeting (AGM) of the Indian olympic body and any amendments to it will be done only with the express permission of the court. The top court then disposed of the contempt plea moved by petitioner Rahul Mehra alleging violation of the directions of the apex court on October 10 and ...
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Ronaldo risks Man United legacy after explosive tirade | Football News – Times of India

LONDON: Cristiano Ronaldo appears to have burnt his bridges with Manchester United after launching a stinging tirade against the club and faces an uncertain future as he prepares for the World Cup. The Portugal superstar told Piers Morgan's show on TalkTV that he feels "betrayed" by the Premier League club and that he has no respect for new manager Erik ten Hag. He also hit out at the club's US owners, the Glazer family, stating they care far more about the money-making potential of United than results on the pitch. The 37-year-old forward even fired a broadside against former teammates Gary Neville and Wayne Rooney, saying "they are not my friends" after recent criticism from the pair. The club have been cautious in their response so far, saying they would consider their response "afte...