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  • Rupani takes oath as Gujarat CM

    Rupani takes oath as Gujarat CM

    Anandiben had insisted that her confidante Nitin Patel should be made the chief minister of the state, while Shah had firmly wanted his nominee Rupani to be on the top post. Party chief Amit Shah, senior leader LK Advani and Finance Minister Arun Jaitley were present at the oath taking ceremony. While the Patel community has been on a warpath with their demand for OBC quota, the state has witnessed Dalit unrest over the widely condemned Una flogging incident which seems to have dented the ...

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  • Mariners retire Griffey's number

    Mariners retire Griffey's number

    Griffey watched video messages from Hank Aaron and Willie Mays. And from some other No. 24s - Kobe Bryant and Jeff Gordon (no Marshawn Lynch, though). Mays wasn't there and didn't make it to the Hall of Fame induction ceremony in Cooperstown, New York, two week ago, either. Griffey, who has never been shy to show off his sense of humor, couldn't pass up an opportunity to have some fun at Henderson's expense.

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  • Charting the celebrity encounters of Michael Conlan and Paddy Barnes in Rio

    Charting the celebrity encounters of Michael Conlan and Paddy Barnes in Rio

    Barnes was quick to point out that there were mosquito nets that would have protected him, and he'd really missed a trick by not coming. However, their main goal so far has been to track down some of the big name athletes competing in sports across the competition as they settle into life in the Olympic village, and they have been having great success to date.

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  • England loses Root, leads Pakistan by 159 at tea in 3rd test

    The Birmingham strip was still good to bat on after four days' toil and England's bowlers will have to find inspiration from somewhere if they are to bowl Pakistan out again. Bairstow (82 not out) and Ballance saw out four more overs, taking England to a position of strength at 262 for four after the end of the second session.

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  • Rio Olympics: Archer Atanu finishes impressive 5th in ranking round

    Rio Olympics: Archer Atanu finishes impressive 5th in ranking round

    Das, however, made a strong comeback in the sixth round and scored 57 points out of 60 to climb to the 15th spot with a total of 337. Das showed fine composure and skill to bounce back from apoor start to finish fifth in the qualification round asarchery got underway at Brazil's historic Samba street here.Lying a lowly 10th after first 36 arrows, the 24-year-oldKolkata lad turned it around in style in the final set of 36arrows by shooting 23 ideal 10s including 10 closest to thecentre to ...

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  • Tim Lincecum designated for assignment by Angels

    Lincecum was stellar in his start against the A's on June 18, his first since last June. He yielded only one run, and the Angels won. Mariners RF Nori Aoki went 3-for-5 with two steals in the opener after going 3-for-19 during his previous eight games.2.

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  • Allegri: Pogba to return to Juve training

    It's a staggering amount to play for one player, but at 23 Pogba is already world-class and with experience he will only get better. However Juventus boss Massimiliano Allegri has been quoted by Corriere dello Sport as saying: "I've summoned Pogba together with (Patrice) Evra for tomorrow night".

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  • England fight back to leave test on a knife-edge

    The hosts needed to bat well again, in the best conditions of the match to date and on a pitch still offering the bowlers very little, having conceded a first-innings deficit of 103 but following a century opening stand at their second attempt.

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  • Britain's Peaty sets world record in men's 100m breaststroke

    Adam will compete next in the semi-finals and if he wins the gold medal in the finals, he will become the first British swimmer to bring home gold since 1988. The 26-year-old from Aberdeenshire, in her third Games, was overhauled in the final 25m of the 400m individual medley by Spain's Mireia Belmonte Garcia and finished fourth, 0.15secs off the podium, with Aimee Willmott seventh.

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  • Texas big on deals at deadline

    He likely will be in a setup role for the Rangers behind Sam Dyson . If anything, Cashman is taking a page out of the Theo Epstein GM book by building the system with young talent in hopes that they all come together at some point and make a run at a World Series or two.

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  • Russian transport chopper downed in Syria

    Dr Abdel Aziz Bareeh, who works in Saraqeb , told the BBC that two barrels of chlorine gas were dropped on the town late on Monday. "Just before midnight, helicopters dropped five explosive barrels containing cylinders of chlorine and shards of metal on neighborhoods in Saraqeb ", he said.

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  • NFF picks Gernot Rohr as Super Eagles' coach

    NFF picks Gernot Rohr as Super Eagles' coach

    Past year he was sacked by Burkina Faso national football team as manager. Sunday Oliseh was the Super Eagles' last permanent coach before he quit in February in a row over his contract. The Super Eagles who are now ranked 70 in the world were placed in the "group of death" in the qualifiers for the 2018 World Cup. The Frenchman had been named by the NFF, which said he would work alongside Yusuf, but the two parties could not come to a deal over a contract.

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  • El delantero peruano Irven Ávila jugará en Liga de Quito

    El delantero peruano Irven Ávila jugará en Liga de Quito

    Además, Irven Ávila sabe que la Serie A de Ecuador ha iniciado y tendrá que poner todo de sí para ganarse un puesto en el esquema de Aguinaga en LDU . "L manera que estamos tratando de jugar es con extremos por fuera e Irven es uno de los jugadores que tiene estas habilidades", señaló. Irven Ávila todavía no podrá debutar con Liga Deportiva Universitaria de Quito en el campeonato ecuatoriano.

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  • Así quedó el sorteo de la fase previa de la Champions — VENEZUELA

    Así quedó el sorteo de la fase previa de la Champions — VENEZUELA

    Partidos de equipos de Ligas: Ludogorest (Bulgaria) vs Plzen (República Checa), Celtic (Escocia) vs Hapoel Beer-Sheva (Israel); Copenhague (Dinamarca) vs Apoel (Chipre) y Dundalk (Irlanda) vs Legia (Polonia). El West Ham inglés de Agustín Calleri se enfrentará en la última ronda preliminar de la Europe League al Astra Giurgiu rumano, como el año pasado, mientras que el Shakhtar Donetsk ucraniano se medirá al Basaksehir turco, tras conocerse este viernes el sorteo.

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  • 19-year-old Team USA Shooter Bags First Gold Medal of #RioOlympics2016

    Thrasher had a quick rise to the top. Thrasher is a biomedical engineering major at West Virginia and will go back to start her next semester on August 17. Eight shooters advanced, and Thrasher was sixth with a 416.3 score. But Thrasher, whose first shot of the day was a flawless 10.9, never appeared to let the pressure - or the stellar field - get to her.

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  • Australian women repeat as 4x100m freestyle relay gold medalists

    Emma McKeon, Brittany Elmslie, Bronte Campbell and 100m freestyle world record holder Cate Campbell topped the American quartet of Simone Manuel, Abbey Weitzeil, Dana Vollmer and Katie Ledecky, who raced to 3:31.89. Scandal-hit Russian Federation, under fire over a massive doping scandal, got off the mark when Beslan Mudranov won the men's 60kg judo. 'Just between me and athletes who have tested positive I guess'.

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  • Emery ya tiene su primer título en Francia

    Emery ya tiene su primer título en Francia

    Y eso que el entrenador español no pudo contar con Thiago Silva y Edinson Cavani (lesionados), Krychowiak (sancionado) o Jessé , que debe unirse a un grupo que, al menos en Francia , parece no tener rival. Emery aprovechó para hacer ensayos sin temer por una goleada que rebajó mínimamente Tolisso en el 87. 4 - París Saint Germain: Trapp; Aurier, David Luiz (Meunier, m.76), Kimpembe, Kurzawa (Maxwell, m.75); Stambouli, Motta; Lucas, Pastore , Di María (Verratti, m.67); Ben Arfa .

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  • Lucroy tweets he has been traded to Rangers

    Stearns said the Brewers were got "a lot of future value" for Lucroy and Jeffress by adding the former Rangers first-round picks that he called "premium players". According to Ken Rosenthal of MLB Network , the Rangers and Brewers are finalizing a trade to send catcher Jonathan Lucroy to Texas. Also , with Lucroy's contract containing a team option for $5 million next season, it's a safe bet he will return to Texas on a team-friendly rate.

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  • Virigina Officer Convicted in Killing of Unarmed Black Teen

    Prosecutors had charged Rankin, who is white, with first-degree murder and a weapons violation. "There's no way a jury would convict a police officer on a murder charge with those facts". "Juries are very reluctant to convict an officer because they all recognize that policing is hard and violent", he said. Rankin arrived at the scene and confronted Chapman in the store's parking lot.

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  • Brazil held to scoreless draw in men's soccer

    Brazil held to scoreless draw in men's soccer

    And Pite, who had come onto the pitch to replace Sergio Oliveira in the 71st minute, was able to put the exclamation point on the match 13 minutes later with a shot that skittered between the goalkeeper's legs and rolled gently on to nest in the back of the net.

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  • Offense, defense fall flat as Washington Nationals lose series finale to Giants

    Neither Span nor Bochy would say anything critical of third base coach Roberto Kelly, and it's true, the play was an odd one that developed quickly. The Giants won 3-1. The Nationals finally got their first hit in the sixth inning, and they scored their first run that inning as well. The Giants' execution failures continue to be manifold, and majority are happening at the plate with runners in scoring position.

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  • PGA Championship allows preferred lies due to wet course

    PGA Championship allows preferred lies due to wet course

    Thunderstorms forced the suspension of play before the final 10 players could tee off on Saturday leaving officials to try to squeeze in two rounds on Sunday. "I'm happy to stay here until Tuesday just to get it done", Day said. The left-hander, who won the PGA the last time it was played here in 2005, got his round of 2-under 68 started a little better than he did his second round.

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  • PSV Eindhoven inicia con victoria defensa de título de Holanda

    PSV Eindhoven inicia con victoria defensa de título de Holanda

    El cuadro local abrió el marcador al minuto 16. Un centro pasado desde la banda izquierda fue rematado por Sebastian Haller para derrotar con facilidad al guardameta Jeroen Zoet . Cinco minutos más tarde, el Principito fue sustituido. Sin embargo, el PSV salió al segundo tiempo con una dinámica distina y con el gol de Davy Proepper a los 51 del complemento empataron el partido, que se iba a complicar a la hora de buscar la ventaja final.

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  • Olympics: Italian cyclist Nibali taken to hospital after crash

    Olympics: Italian cyclist Nibali taken to hospital after crash

    The one-day cobbled classics specialist was not expected to be able to keep up with smaller, lighter climbers on the final ascent, but he did and went on to take a deserved title. Desperate to triumph on South American soil, Colombia's mountain goats included Henao and Jarlinson Pantano, the latter forming part of an early six-man escape group that at one point enjoyed a lead of over seven minutes before being reeled in by the chasing posse.

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  • Solo hears jeers as US beats France

    In addition, there's nothing wrong with chanting jeers at opponents (provided they're not in bad taste, i.e. not racial, etc.), especially when defending your team's, or in this case, your nation's, pride. Solo also said she had spoken with "three different infectious disease doctors and specialists" before making the decision to participate in the 2016 Olympic Games.

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  • U.S. men's basketball blows by China

    Anthony, at 32 the old man of the US team, wasn't a fan of the early morning flights that the Americans took during their exhibition tour, as evidenced by DeMar DeRozan's Instagram video of a team singalong during one trip. Anthony finished with nine points and made by history becoming the first US male to play basketball in four Olympics. The Americans beat Venezuela 80-45.

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