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Horoscope Today, February 12, 2024: Read your daily astrological predictions – Times of India

Read today's horoscope, February 12, 2024. Today we'll be taking a closer look at what the stars have in store for each of the 12 zodiac signs. Our astrologer has analyzed the movements of the planets and the alignment of the stars to bring you the most accurate and up-to-date horoscope predictions for the day ahead. Whether you're looking for guidance on love, career, or simply a heads up on what to expect, this has got you covered.Let's dive in to see what the cosmos have in store for you today.AriesToday you are blessed by moon. Money which was stuck may be recovered now, which may increase liquidity in your business. You may be in a leading position in your office in terms of project. You may likely to get incentives in terms of promotions. Bonding with the spouse may likely to be i...
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Aaj Ka Panchang, February 12, 2024: Know Today’s Shubh and Ashubh Muhurat – Times of India

Daily Hindu Panchang or Aaj ka Panchang contains an important information such as Tithi, Nakshatra, Rahu Kaal and Hindu Month. With the help of these details, you can get know about the shubh muhurat or auspicious timings for special events or doing something new. In this Panchang, the astrologer also advise you to avoid ashubh muhurat or inauspicious timings before making an important decision, planning some events such as wedding, engagement, Mundan and Grah Pravesh.Let's dive into the world of Hindu astrology and explore Aaj Ka Panchang for February 12, 2024.Get ready to unlock the secrets of the stars and find out what they have in store for you today.Daily Panchang: 12th February 2024Tithi: Tritiya upto 17:46:52Nakshatra: Poorva Bhadrapada upto 14:57:41Karana: Tetil upto 07:27:00, ...
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Their journey has left an indelible mark: Jay Shah consoles India following U19 WC loss

India’s Priyanshu Suresh Bhai Moliya runs during the ICC U19 men’s Cricket World Cup Final between India and Australia, in Benoni, South Africa. | Photo Credit: AP Following India's 79-run defeat against Australia in the U19 World Cup final in Benoni on Sunday, the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) Secretary Jay Shah consoled the 'Boys in Blues' and said their journey has left an "indelible mark" in the tournament.Taking to his official X (formerly Twitter) account, Shah said that the India U19 team displayed the "true essence of cricket" throughout the tournament. "Although our Under-19 boys may have fallen short in the finals against Australia, their journey has left an indelible mark of inspiration. From triumph to tribulation, each match became a testament to the unwaver...
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Pisces Horoscope Today February 12, 2024: Opportunities for Growth and Inspiration | – Times of India

For Pisces on February 12, 2024, the stars weave a tapestry of intuition, creativity, and emotional depth, echoing your sensitive and imaginative nature. Neptune, your ruling planet, enhances your connection to the unseen realms, offering profound insights and inspiring your artistic endeavors. This day is about embracing your intuition, expressing your innermost feelings through creative outlets, and connecting with others on a deeply empathetic level.In matters of love and relationships, your capacity for deep, unconditional love is highlighted. For those in a relationship, it's an ideal time to foster intimacy and understanding, sharing dreams and delving into emotional conversations that strengthen your bond. Single Pisces may find themselves drawn to individuals who appreciate thei...
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Capricorn Horoscope Today: February 12, 2024 – A Day of Remarkable Achievements | – Times of India

For Capricorn on February 12, 2024, the stars align to underscore themes of discipline, ambition, and resilience, resonating with your grounded and pragmatic nature. Saturn, your ruling planet, lends you additional strength to pursue your goals with determination and patience. This day is about recognizing the value of hard work and the satisfaction that comes from a job well done.Your commitment to your ambitions is your guiding light, leading you toward tangible achievements.In the sphere of love and relationships, Capricorn, your loyalty and dependability shine through, providing a strong foundation for your connections. For those in a relationship, it's a day to acknowledge the mutual support and shared goals that strengthen your bond. Communication about future plans and responsibi...
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Sagittarius, Horoscope Today, February 12, 2024: Explore, expand, and excel in your mantra today – Times of India

For Sagittarius on February 12, 2024, the cosmos beckons with promises of adventure, growth, and the pursuit of knowledge, aligning with your inherently optimistic and exploratory nature. Jupiter, your ruling planet, casts an expansive glow over your endeavors, encouraging you to aim high and embrace the boundless opportunities that life offers. This day is about broadening your horizons, whether through physical travel, intellectual pursuits, or spiritual exploration.In the realm of love and relationships, your desire for freedom and adventure plays a central role. For Sagittarians in partnerships, it's an excellent day to share experiences that foster growth and understanding, such as exploring new places or engaging in philosophical discussions. Single Sagittarians are likely to be a...
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Ranji Trophy | Hyderabad posts innings win against Nagaland, gets back into Elite Group

Crucial strikes: Hyderabad captain Tilak Varma claimed three wickets with his off-spin. | Photo Credit: V.V. Subrahmanyam Hyderabad is back in the Elite Group of Ranji Trophy after drubbing Nagaland by an innings and 68 runs on the third day of the five-day Ranji Trophy Plate semifinal at the Rajiv Gandhi Stadium here on Sunday. The two finalists — the other one being Meghalaya which scored an outright win over Mizoram in the other last-four clash — are assured of a place in the Elite Group next year. It was once again a splendid performance by left-arm spinner Tanay Thyagarajan, who completed his maiden 10-wicket haul in Ranji Trophy (13 for 144), which was the major factor in Hyderabad’s impressive performance. The 28-year-old Tanay sent back three batters — Yugandhar Singh, captain ...
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Strandja Memorial boxing: Nikhat Zareen goes down in close bout; Amit Panghal, Sachin clinch gold

For a brief moment at the end of the women’s 50kg final, there was confusion. The announcer read out that the boxer in blue had won, but the referee lifted the arm of the boxer in red. But Nikhat Zareen knew by then that it wasn’t her day. She had a wry smile as the referee quickly changed the decision to point to the right winner ass per the judges. It was a silver for the two-time world champion at the 75th Strandja Memorial Tournament in Sofia, Bulgaria on Sunday as Nikhat (50kg) went down 2-3 against Uzbekistan’s Sabina Bobokulova. On another day, the decision to raise Nikhat’s hand could well have been the right one because there wasn’t much to choose between the two. Halfway into the opening round, Bobokulova threw both her arms up in the air as if celebrating a good punch on the...
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FIH Hockey Pro League: Hardik Singh proves to be India’s heartbeat, PR Sreejesh stands tall again as hosts edge out Netherlands in thriller

That Hardik Singh is the heartbeat of the Indian men’s hockey team couldn’t have been more evident than on Sunday in Bhubaneswar. The vice-captain was at the centre of most things good his side did in the FIH Hockey Pro League match against world No. 1 Netherlands. In a riveting game between two top sides, India took the lead through Hardik and scored an equaliser late on thanks to captain Harmanpreet Singh, from a PC that his deputy won. A 2-2 draw saw the teams share a point each before PR Sreejesh showed in class in the shootout as India won an additional bonus point. It wasn’t quite two teams going all-out attacking throughout the game, it was a bit of ‘cat-and-mouse’ as Dutch coach Jeroen Delmee put it at half time. But the match built up into a nice crescendo before India edged i...
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Raj Limbani: From learning inswing bowling eight months before U-19 World Cup to troubling batsmen with his new weapon

Raj Limbani’s in-swing bowling caught everyone’s attention at the U-19 World Cup. In the final, the right-arm quick was India’s best bowler, picking up three for 38, though it wasn’t enough to get the desired result.Limbani cleaned up Sam Konstas through the gate, before pinning Ryan Hicks and Charlie Anderson with nip-backers. Most of his 11 wickets in the tournament came courtesy deliveries that came into the batsmen. However, Limbani’s long-time coach Digvijay Singh Rathwa says he never had a natural in-swinger and had to work to master it last year. “His strength has always been the outswinger. Irfan (Pathan) was really impressed with his pace but he wanted him to work on his inswing as well to be more unpredictable,” Rathwa tells The Indian Express. Rathwa knew at 18, it was goi...
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2nd ODI: Sri Lanka beat Afghanistan by 155 runs to secure 2-0 series win | Cricket News – Times of India

NEW DELHI: Sri Lanka sealed a commanding 155-run victory over Afghanistan in the second one-day international on Sunday in Kandy, securing an unassailable 2-0 lead in the three-match series.Despite being set a target of 309 to level the series, Afghanistan crumbled and were bowled out for 153 within 34 overs, with leg-spinner Wanindu Hasaranga shining with four wickets.While Afghanistan appeared well-positioned at 128 for one during their pursuit of the target, the dismissal of Rahmat Shah (63) and Ibrahim Zadran (54) marked a turning point, leading to little resistance from the remaining batsmen.The duo had forged a crucial 97-run partnership for the second wicket, but Asitha Fernando, making his first ODI appearance in 15 months, made a breakthrough by dismissing Ibrahim, caught behin...
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‘Lucky to have him’: Mitchell Marsh hails Glenn Maxwell after Australia’s win over West Indies | Cricket News – Times of India

NEW DELHI: Following Australia's 34-run victory over the West Indies in the second T20I in Adelaide on Sunday, Australian skipper Mitchell Marsh expressed his appreciation for Glenn Maxwell's contribution to the team.During the post-match presentation, Marsh mentioned that the team is fortunate to have Maxwell in their squad.Describing the game against the West Indies as "great," Marsh also lauded the overall performance of his team in the T20I format over the last six months.Australia's win in the second T20I showcased their prowess in the shortest format of the game."I thought it was a great game; I thought 220 was par, so I needed every bit of that 240. (Maxwell) has always done it; he's unbelievable. We are incredibly lucky to have Maxwell. I think we've played some really good T20 ...
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Ranji Trophy | It was about changing Umran’s mindset: J&K’s bowling coach Krishnakumar

Jammu & Kashmir (J&K) bowling coach P. Krishnakumar on Sunday said that he had to change India pacer Umran Malik’s mindset to make him feel confident of pitching the ball up and swinging it both ways at his natural speed.“Earlier, he was pitching it a little short and was not able to swing the ball regularly. But now, he’s swinging the ball regularly, and his pitching has gone between 6 and 7 metres which is fantastic. “He also feels like, ‘I’m confident that I can pitch it there.’ If you want to play at the International level, I feel you have to go to that channel between 6 and 7 metres, then only you can get the edges,” he said after Jammu & Kashmir’s 19-run win over Pondicherry at the Cricket Association of Pondicherry (CAP) Siechem ground here. The coach said he had a l...
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We played rash shots, couldn’t execute plans: Uday Saharan | Cricket News – Times of India

NEW DELHI: India captain Uday Saharan acknowledged that his team's batsmen struggled in their execution, paying the price for playing imprudent shots in a disheartening 79-run loss to Australia in the U-19 World Cup final in Benoni on Sunday.Chasing a target of 254, India faced a batting collapse, getting all out for 174 in 43.5 overs.Only opener Adarsh Singh (47) and number 8 Murugan Abhishek (42) displayed the resilience to fight, but it wasn't enough to prevent the title from slipping away."We played a few rash shots, couldn't spend more time at the crease. We had prepared, but couldn't execute," said Saharan during the post-match presentation.Despite stumbling in the final hurdle, captain Saharan commended the team for their commendable performance throughout the tournament."It was ...
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PR Sreejesh hands India win over Netherlands in FIH Pro League | Hockey News – Times of India

NEW DELHI: The Indian men's hockey team emerged victorious in a thrilling encounter against the world number one Netherlands with a 4-2 win in a shoot-out during the FIH Pro League in Bhubaneswar on Sunday.Veteran goalkeeper PR Sreejesh played a pivotal role as he made three crucial saves in the shoot-out, securing the bonus two points for India after the match ended 2-2 in regulation time.Netherlands earned one point from the contest.During the shoot-out, India's captain Harmanpreet Singh, Sukhjeet Singh, Lalit Kumar Upadhyay, and Shamsher Singh all successfully scored against the Dutch.In regulation time, Hardik Singh (13th minute) and Harmanpreet (58th) found the net for India, while Jip Janssen (30th) and Koen Bijen scored for the Netherlands.Netherlands applied early pressure on th...
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Australia dash Indian dreams, clinch fourth U-19 World Cup title | Cricket News – Times of India

NEW DELHI: A gutsy half-century from Harjas Singh and an enterprising 43-ball 46 from Oliver Peake lower down the order were followed by a clinical all-round bowling performance led by Mahli Beardman as Australia eased past defending champions India by 79 runs in the final of the ICC Under 19 World Cup on Sunday in Benoni to clinch their fourth title.India's batting lineup misfired when it mattered the most as Uday Saharan and Co. faltered in the chase of 254 in the summit clash at the Willowmoore Park.The loss was also India's third straight defeat against Australia in an ICC event -- World Test Championship Final and ODI World cup Final in 2023.Dashing India's dreams of a record-extending sixth title triumph, the Australian colts added a fresh chapter to the script of Australia's domi...
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DDCA Launches High Performance Academy to Curb Selection Politics | Cricket News – Times of India

NEW DELHI: In a first in the history of Delhi cricket, the Delhi and District Cricket Association (DDCA) has started its own High Performance Academy (HPA) from Saturday. DDCA has tied up with the Delhi government and obtained a ground in Bharat Nagar in north Delhi for the round-the-year academy.The development has come at a time when Delhi’s teams across age groups have been struggling in BCCI tournaments for a couple of seasons.Former India batter Gursharan Singh, former India fast bowler Parvinder Awana and former Delhi wicket-keeper Devendra Sharma have been appointed as coaches.In a bid to formulate a programme on the lines of the National Cricket Academy (NCA), the HPA is also aimed at curbing selection politics in state teams by DDCA administrators. DDCA president Rohan Jaitley ...
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Watch: Australia denied Alzarri Joseph’s run out after ‘no appeal’ verdict in 2nd T20I against West Indies | Cricket News – Times of India

NEW DELHI: Australia's 34-run triumph over West Indies in the second T20I witnessed a denied run-out opportunity in the closing moments of the game at the Adelaide Oval on Sunday.During the 19th over of the second innings, West Indies pacer Alzarri Joseph directed the ball towards covers and attempted a run.Australia captain Mitchell Marsh retrieved the ball and threw it to Spencer Johnson, who dislodged the bails.Despite the incident, there was minimal excitement among the Australian team. Umpire Gerard Abood could be heard saying, seemingly to the third umpire, "No appeal."After the incident, the replay clearly displayed that Joseph was short of the crease, prompting Australia players to initiate celebrations. Despite the evident dismissal, umpire Gerard Abood stated that no formal ap...
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For the third time in the last seven months, Australia defeat India in an ICC final

The England football legend Gary Lineker once enviously said about the German side of the late 1980s and 90s: “Football is a simple game. Twenty-two men chase a ball for 90 minutes and at the end, the Germans always win.” In the context of cricket, the same could be said about Australia. They always win the big final, and of late at the expense of India. In the last seven months alone, they have beaten India thrice in the final of a global tournament—first in the World Test Championship (WTC) final at The Oval, then the ODI World Cup final in Ahmedabad and now in the U-19 World Cup summit clash in Benoni. Unlike India, Australia had stuttered to the final, enduring a close shave against Pakistan in the semifinal, but when it mattered they produced a ruthless performance reminiscent of t...
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Our plan was simple: keep it under two runs an over, says Vyshak

V. Vyshak, fresh after his man-of-the-match winning performance against Railways, continued his fine run against Tamil Nadu with a four-wicket haul in the first innings against Tamil Nadu.The 27-year-old got the old ball to reverse, taking only three overs to remove the last three batters in TN’s first innings and scalped N. Jagadeesan in the second innings. “On this surface, when I tried to reverse the ball, it was doing something. It was a red-soil wicket, so we knew the ball would reverse. It was obviously hard for the fast bowlers on a slow pitch, but our plan was simple: we had to keep it under two runs an over,” said Vyshak after the day’s play. He leads the wickets tally for his side with 28 scalps this season and has made vital runs with the bat, including a half-century. His k...