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Mall developer moves court seeking ₹102 cr. in damages from Axis Bank 20.8.2017 Hindu: National
Firm alleges that bank officials delayed sanctioning loan in violation of RBI guidelines
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PNB continue winning run 19.8.2017 Deccan Herald - News
Punjab National Bank continued their fine run in the Bengaluru Super Hockey league with a 4-0 win over Army Red on Saturday. Playing in heavy downpour at the Hockey stadium, the Punjab side took a while to get into the game but the table-toppers didn't waste much time to get on the score board. Sukhjeet Singh was the first to sound the board in the 23rd minute, while Gurjinder Singh made it 2-0 in the 32nd through a short corner. It was no different in the second half too as goals from Gagandeep Singh (49th) and Gagandeep Singh (60th) helped them wrap up the game 4-0. Results: Punjab National Bank: 4 (Sukhjeet Singh 23rd, Gurjinder Singh 32nd, Gagandeep Singh 49th, Gagandeep Singh 60th) bt Army Red: 0; Fortis Sports: 3 (Praveen Kumar 4th, Shailendra Bundela 53rd, Hahendra Kumanat 69th) bt Sports Authority of India: 2 (Md Rahel 34th, Stalin Abhilash 56th); Indian Air Force: 3 (Sukhdev Singh 3rd, Damanjit Singh 52nd, Variender Singh 70+) bt Mahveer Jain SA: 2 (R Manikandan 33rd, M Hariharan ...
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Little men take big strides 19.8.2017 Deccan Herald - News
Without much support from the authorities and fighting the odds with determination, India's dwarf athletes produced a fine performance in the recent World Dwarf Games in Guelph, Canada. The 21-member contingent returned with a haul of 36 medals, including 14 gold, 10 silver and 12 bronze. Joby Mathew of Kerala led the chart for India with six medals. Bengaluru's C V Rajanna won gold medals in the 200 metres and badminton singles. His state-mate Devappa More clinched gold in the 100 metres. The fact that the players hardly had any government support puts their feats in perspective. Although on the personal front, it did prove costly as most of the athletes had to take loans to travel to Canada. Bengaluru's Prakash M, who claimed gold in Boccia event, explained the struggles he had to endure just to reach the venue. "I didn't not even have a coach. I had to finance my journey through a loan of Rs 2,50,000 which I borrowed at an interest rate of 4 percent. My sister also contributed to my cause by ...
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Swastic Union CC emerge champions 19.8.2017 Deccan Herald - News
Shubhang Hegde grabbed a four-for while team-mate Devdutt Padikkal scored a half-century as Swastic Union CC (2) clinched the KSCA Group I, Division I, II & III under-19 inter-club tournament here. In the final, Swastic Union produced a disciplined bowling performance first up to dismiss Vultures CC for a paltry 101 in 49.3 overs. While Shubhang was the wrecker in chief, scalping 4/15, Vidhyadar Patil played a perfect support role with figures of 3/32. Shubham Sinha to contributed with timely wickest to end with figures of grabbed 2/26. Swastic Union lads then made heavy weather of their innings but managed to declare their at 184/8 in 45.1 overs, securing the all-important innings lead. Devdutt top-scored with a 62 while Sujan Sateri contributed with 43. Brief scores: Vultures Cricket Club: 101 all out in 49.3 overs (Souran Muttur 31; Vidhyadar Patil 3-32, Shubhang Hegde 4-15, Shubham Sinha 2-26) drew with Swastic Union CC (2): 184/8 decl in 45.1 overs (Devdutt Padikkal 62, Gautam Sagar 38, Sujan Sateri ...
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This week 19.8.2017 Deccan Herald - Supplements
INTERNATIONAL FOOTBALL: Action in European leagues pick up pace. BFC play April 25 Sports Club of North Korea in the AFC Cup in Bengaluru on Wednesday. India play St Kitts and Nevis in the Tri-Nation tournament in Mumbai on Thursday. TENNIS: ATP and WTA tournament at Cincinnati ends on Sunday. ATP tournament at Winston-Salem and WTA meet at New Haven start on Monday. CRICKET:The first ODI between India and Sri Lanka is at Dambulla on Sunday. The second ODI is at Pallekele on Thursday. The first Test between England and the West Indies is scheduled to end at Birmingham on Monday. The second Test is at Leeds, starting on Friday. GENERAL: SEA Games at Kuala Lumpur make further progress. ATHLETICS: Diamond League at Birmingham is on Sunday. The action then moves to Zurich, with the event scheduled on Thursday. BOXING: Floyd Mayweathers fight against Conor McGregor is at Las Vegas on ...
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Gujarat Kings starts well 19.8.2017 Hindu: Other Sports
Andrew Pagett wins two in win over Chennai Strikers
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I have been wrongly denied Dronacharya Award: Satyanarayana 19.8.2017 Sports News: Live Cricket News, Latest updates on Tennis, Football, Badminton & more
Para-sports coach Satyanarayana Shimoga on Saturday claimed that he has been wrongly denied the Dronacharya Award by the government as he has not been chargesheeted in the defamation case, pending at a Delhi court.
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Andhra claim crown 18.8.2017 Deccan Herald - News
Andhra Cricket Association expectedly prevailed over Gujarat Association in the final to emerge champions for the first time in the KSCA Dr (Capt) K Thimmappiah Memorial cricket tournament here on Friday. On the fourth and final day at the Chinnaswamy stadium, Andhra continued their domination with the bat and reached 527/8 before both the teams decided to end the contest. Andhra bagged the title based on the first innings lead. Gujarat had made 365 all out in their first innings. Andhra were favourites to seal the title when they resumed from 376 for four, with a slender lead of 11 runs. Gujarat faced a tough task to make a comeback and a 74-run stand between Sumanth and Shoib Md Khan for the sixth wicket added to their misery. While Sumanth remained unbeaten on 75, Shoib slammed 51. Andhra coach Sanath Kumar was delighted with his team's show. "It is their first title and I am very happy with the consistency they showed. They performed well against good teams. The team has developed the quality to ...
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More success for Sanath 18.8.2017 Deccan Herald - News
Apart from Mumbai, who ended a two-year drought to clinch the title, the team that drew attention in the 2015-16 edition of the Ranji Trophy was Assam. The minnows of domestic cricket scripted an inspiring performance to reach the semifinal and the man guiding a bunch of young talents was Sanath Kumar. It was a historic moment for Assam cricket but despite the success, Sanath was axed by the Assam Cricket Association (ACA) the very next season. The new management asked the 53-year-old to accept a contract with a pay cut and after his refusal to accept the deal, ACA replaced him with Sunil Joshi for the 2016-17 season. Currently coaching Andhra, Sanath felt he was let down by the ACA. "I was actually disappointed with the way it ended because the previous management literally forced me to continue. Suddenly there were elections and when the new management took a decision like that it was too late for me. I was in a situation where I would have been without a job. It was very nice of Andhra to rope me in," ...
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Shreyas, Varsh power St John's 18.8.2017 Deccan Herald - News
Shreyas R M scored a century and team-mate Sri Varsh grabbed a five-for as St John's School romped to a crushing 212-run win over Ryan International School, Kundanahalli, in the KSCA Cup Group I, Division II inter-school under-16 tournament. Shreyas first hogged the stage, hammering a fine 163 to power St John's to 257/9 in 50 overs. Varsh then took over, scalping 5/10 to bowl out Ryan lads for a paltry 45 in 17.4 overs. Tarun supported Varsh well, taking 3/17. In another match, Suhas (2/25 and 60 not out) and Pradyumna (3/18 and 37 not out) helped Carmel School register a 10-wicket win over Sri Kumarans Public School. Brief scores: St John's School: 257/9 in 50 overs (Shreyas R M 163; Agrim 3-35) bt Ryan International School, Kundanahalli: 45 all out in 17.4 overs (Tarun 3-17, Sri Varsh 5-10). Sri Kumaran Public School, B-62: 97 all out in 33.2 overs (Suhas 2-25, Pradyumna 3-18, Gaurav 3-18) lt to Carmel School, Padmanabhanagar: 100 for no loss in 16.5 overs (Suhas 60 n.o., Pradyumna 37 n.o.). Sudarshan ...
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Bengaluru to host Aus on Sept 28 18.8.2017 Deccan Herald - News
The Chinnaswamy stadium will play host to the fourth one-day international between India and Australia on September 28, the Karnataka State Cricket Association announced on Friday.

"We are pleased to announce that Bengaluru will be hosting the fourth ODI on Sept 28," KSCA spokesperson Vinay Mruthyunjaya said on Friday. "The Dussera season starts on Sept 29 and we are extremely happy to host a match on the eve of it.

"With the match slated during the festive season, we are confident of a huge turnout. We can't wait for the game."

The Australians, who announced their squad on Friday, will be playing a five-match ODI series followed by a three-match T20I series. The ODI series kicks off on Sept 17 and concludes on Oct 1. The T20Is begin on Oct 7 and end on Oct 13.

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Get skilled this weekend 18.8.2017 Deccan Herald - Supplements
I remember the day my mother came home from work with a special treat for my brother and me — an audio cassette of the latest Aamir Khan-Madhuri Dixit movie Dil. We listened to the songs more than a 100 times, tirelessly flipping the cassette over and over, Side A to Side B to Side A to Side B. We vowed to treasure that tape forever. We didn't factor in technology. Over the next two decades, we watched the rise of several miraculous inventions, and their overnight plunge into obsolescence. Cassettes, VCRs, floppy disks, film cameras; all consumed by the ruthless cycle of invention and disruption. It is not just technology that has seen this disruption. Society and all that we hold familiar and unshakeable is also going through this reinvention, sweeping into oblivion entire pages of a painstakingly acquired lexicon. One such casualty is the word "hobby". It has faded almost completely from usage, like ornate handwriting from the yellowed pages of an ancient diary. In fact, the word seems to have ...
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Sunil strike earns draw for BPCL 18.8.2017 deccanherald.com
India international S V Sunil came to the rescue of Bharat Petroleum Corporation Ltd (BPCL) as they managed to secure a 2-2 draw against All India Customs in their Pool B encounter in the Bengaluru Super Hockey League on Friday. The 28-year-old forward struck twice in the second period to help fancied BPCL avoid an embarrassing defeat after forward Hassan Basha had put Customs in front with a goal each in either of the halves. With the likes of goalkeeper Vikas Dahiya and Sunil in their starting line-up, BPCL was expected to easily beat Customs, who are struggling for consistency. Instead they met with a clever side intent on making most of their opportunities. After an initially period of to-and-fro, Customs surprisingly took the lead through Basha in the 24th minute. It was all BPCL after that as they toiled hard in search for an equaliser but the strong defence, marshalled well by Darshan, refused to budge and kept the Hari Prasad-coached side at bay. Customs led 1-0 by the stroke of half-time. BPCL ...
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Cue Masters League to take off today 18.8.2017 deccanherald.com
Encouraged by the success various sports leagues have been enjoying in the country, Indian cue sports will be hoping for a similar outcome when the ambitious Cue Masters League kicks off at Ahmedabad on Saturday. The seven-day league will see five teams -- Delhi Dons, Bengaluru Buddies, Hyderabad Hustlers, Chennai Strikers and Gujarat Kings -- fight it out in a round-robin cum knockout format. Each tie will have three 6-red snooker and two 9-ball pool matches. Each team boasts of five players (1 icon player, 1 female player and 3 men players, with the stipulation that at least three of them are Indians). The top four teams will then contest in the knockout semifinals on Aug 24 with the final slated the next day. The overall prize money on offer is Rs 50 lakh. Chennai Strikers, who roped in the irrepressible Pankaj Advani, will take on Gujarat Kings in the opening clash while Bengaluru Buddies will face Delhi Dons in the second encounter. "We have experience and youth on our side. We will be hard to ...
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BAC emerge champions 18.8.2017 deccanherald.com
Malavika V and Damini Gowda achieved double success again as Basavanagudi Aquatic Centre emerged overall champions in the State Aquatic Championships here on Friday. At the Dolphin Aquatic Centre, Malavika won the 100M and 400M freestyle titles on the final day while Damini emerged champion in the 50 and 200M butterfly events. Malavika timed 1:00.92 to win the 100M freestyle while she touched home in 4:32.60 in the 400 free, winning by a comfortable margin. Damini also was a convincing winner in both her events, timing 29.76 seconds in the 50M butterfly and 2:27.96 in the 200M butterfly, leaving Mayuri Lingaraj in silver-position in both the events. BAC tallied 463 points to win the overall title. Srihari Nataraj of Global and Saloni Dalal of BAC were adjudged individual champions. Results: Men: 100M freestyle: Avinash Mani (BAC) 54.20, 1; Srihari Nataraj (Global) 54.40, 2; Prithvi M (BAC) 54.56, 3. 400M freestyle: Sanjay C J (Dolphin) 4:15.87, 1; Avinash Mani (BAC) 4:18.82, 2; Anirudh H M (BAC) ...
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I-League bid evaluation committee asks interested parties to apply again 18.8.2017 All News-IANS Stories
The I-League bid evaluation committee on Friday asked the three prospective teams to bid again if they want to be part of the league as all three of them could not tick all the boxes in order to meet the criteria.
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Indian Cue Masters League begins on Saturday 18.8.2017 All News-IANS Stories
Top players from the country as well as international stars are all set for the inaugural edition of the Indian Cue Masters League, starting from Saturday.
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Govt allows NSD to function from Guru Nanak Bhavan, lays new conditions 17.8.2017 deccanherald.com
The Department of Youth Empowerment and Sports has agreed to allow National School of Drama (NSD) to continue to operate from Gurunanak Bhavan under the condition that the premises are handed over to department officials. The decision was taken at a meeting held by Youth Empowerment and Sports Minister Pramod Madhvaraj in which officials of the department, NSD faculty, theatre persons and litterateurs took part. NSD regional director C Basavalingaiah and students sat on a dharna on Wednesday, alleging that the department had forcibly vacated them from the Bhavan without giving a notice. On Thursday, Director of Youth Welfare and Sport Department Anupam Agrawal denied all the allegations made by Basavalingaiah. "We have issued five notices to NSD in the last one year seeking clearing of rental arrears amounting to Rs 20.45 lakh pending from March 2014. The latest notice on May 5 gave them 30 days to vacate the premises. We waited for two more months before taking action," he said. "While they didn't pay ...
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Sizzle the ramp 17.8.2017 Deccan Herald - Friday
Deccan Herald returns with the seventh season of its inter-college event MetroLife Fashion Show '17. It was held in association with Reliance Trends for the past three seasons. But this time, the one-stop shopping destination has a new identity; it is now 'TRENDS'. To unveil their Festive-Winter' 17 collection, 'TRENDS' organised a fashion show on Thursday at Mantri Square Mall. From Indian wear, that is designed to add a zing to one's wardrobe and make one stand out in the crowd, to western wear which will make heads turn, this collection is an amalgamation of wearability and a whole lot of up-to-date fashion trends just for you this festive winter. Pep up your wardrobe and step out in style with their latest collection. "Our new concept focusses on offering our customers the trendiest styles but at the same time providing them with a seamless and enjoyable shopping experience. We have received great response and support from the people in bringing about this new change. We hope that in the future, ...
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NSD can continue at Guru Nanak Bhavan 17.8.2017 Hindu: National
Officials of Department of Youth Empowerment and Sports set new condition
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