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Perth will suit Australia more than India: Ponting

Perth: Australia might have been outwitted in the opening Test but former skipper Ricky Ponting believes the hosts will hold an edge over India in the second Test at the Perth beginning Friday. India defeated Australia by 31 runs in the first match to take a 1-0 lead in the four-Test series for the first […]

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India beat Australia by 31 runs in Adelaide Test

Adelaide: India on Monday earned a hard-fought 1-0 lead in the four-match Test series after beating Australia by 31 runs in the opening cricket Test at the Adelaide Oval here. This is the sixth Test win for India on Australian soil. Chasing a massive 323, Australia’s lower middle order gave a tough fight in their […]

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Hockey World Cup 2018: Ireland crashes out after losing to England 2-3

Bhubaneswar: Ireland crashed out of the men’s hockey World Cup after losing 2-3 to England, handing China a ‘lucky’ berth in the knockout stages despite being crushed 0-11 by two-time holders Australia here on Friday. The last round Pool B engagements concluded. Australia topped the pool with an all-win record after thrashing lowly China in […]

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Head half-century helps Australia post 191/7 vs India as wickets tumble

Adelaide: Travis Head’s fighting 61 off 149 balls helped Australia reach 191/7 at stumps on Friday, the second day of the first test against India, after off-spinner Ravichandran Ashwin took three top-order wickets and helped the visitors dominate the day’s play. India were all out for 250 runs in the first innings when Mohammad Shami […]

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1st Test: Poor batting leaves India struggling on opening day

Adelaide: Cheteshwar Pujara fought his way to a gritty century even as familiar batting woes on foreign soil left India struggling at 250/9 on the opening day of the first cricket Test against Australia here on Thursday. Pujara posted a wonderfully patient and composed 123 off 246 deliveries before being run out off the last […]

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Hockey World Cup 2018: Australia outclass England 3-0 in Pool B tie

Bhubaneswar: Australia outclassed England 3-0 in a complete one-sided Pool B affair of the ongoing 2018 Hockey World Cup at the Kalinga stadium here on Tuesday. With this win, Australia topped their group chart with two wins from as many games and six points in their kitty, while England are at the second spot after […]

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Hockey World Cup 2018: Govers, Brand help Australia edge past Ireland

Bhubaneswar: Strikes by Blake Govers and Timothy Brand helped Australia edge past Ireland 2-1 in their opening game of the Hockey World Cup 2018 at the Kalinga stadium here on Friday. Right from the start Australia dominated the proceedings through regular attacks. In the 11th minute, Govers put Australia ahead when he fired a drag […]

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Netherlands win FIH Women's Hockey Champions Trophy

Changzhou (China): The Netherlands outclassed Australia 5-1 to win its seventh Women’s Hockey Champions Trophy at the Wujin Hockey Stadium here. With the win on Sunday, the reigning world champion has kept its record intact during the tournament and extended its winning streak to 43 matches, reports Xinhua news agency. “We are always challenging ourselves […]

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3rd T20I: India beat Australia by 6 wickets, level series 1-1

Sydney: Skipper Virat Kohli’s unbeaten 61-run match-winning knock helped India draw the three-match rubber 1-1 as the visitors hammered Australia by six wickets in the third and final Twenty20 International at the Sydney Cricket Ground (SCG) here on Sunday. Kohli’s knock, which came off just 41 deliveries, was laced with four boundaries and a couple […]

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3rd T20I: India in must-win situation vs Australia

Sydney: The Virat Kohli-led Indian side faces a must-win situation against Australia in the third and final Twenty20 International of the rubber at the Sydney Cricket Ground (SCG) here on Sunday. After failing to cross the line in the rain-hit first T20I, the visitors showed terrific comeback to restrict Australia at a moderate total in […]

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Hockey World Cup: Australia confident of defending title, says coach

Bhubaneswar: After team Australia and support staff arrived at the Bhubaneswar airport amid tight security today, team coach, ‎Colin Batch in an interview to OTV, sounded confident of a superb show to defend the title in Bhubaneswar. “Preparations have been good and we have got a bunch of guys fully fit and we are looking […]

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2nd T20I between India, Australia abandoned due to rain

Melbourne: The second Twenty20 International of the three-match rubber between India and Australia was called off due to consistent rain at the Melbourne Cricket Ground (MCG) here on Friday. Australia were 132/7 in 19 overs when rain started playing spoilsport and the match was stopped and the contest was reduced to 19 overs per side […]

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India, Australia ink 5 pacts as Kovind meets PM Morrison

Melbourne: India and Australia signed five agreements on Thursday to boost investments and enhance cooperation in key sectors like disability, agricultural research and education as President Ram Nath Kovind met Australian Prime minister Scott Morrison in Sydney. Kovind, the first-ever Indian head of state to visit Australia, arrived in Sydney on Wednesday on the second […]

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India eye winning start to Australia tour

Brisbane: India will be eyeing for a perfect start to their two-month long Australia tour with the first T20 International contest between the two sides coming up at the Gabba here on Wednesday. India will enter the series after hammering the West Indies 3-0 at home while the hosts most recently suffered a 21-run loss […]

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Women's World T20: India continue winning run, beat Australia

Georgetown (Guyana): India continued their winning momentum as they outclassed Australia by 48 runs in Group B match of the ICC Women’s World T20 here on Saturday. India displayed an all-round effort to register their fourth victory in as many games. Chasing 167/8, Australia never looked in contention as they lost regular wickets to bundle […]

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Google's drone delivery project set to 'take off' in Australia

Canberra: Australia is set to become “the most advanced country in the world” in drone delivery when the first commercial service starts operations in 2019. Wing, a subsidiary of Google’s parent company Alphabet, on Thursday announced that its commercial drone home-delivery service would launch in the Australian Capital Territory (ACT) next year, reports Xinhua news […]

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Ruthless South Africa thrash Australia by six wickets

Perth: South Africa hammered Australia by six wickets in the first one-day international in Perth on Sunday, with a Dale Steyn-led pace onslaught exposing their batting frailties. Set 153 to win, Proteas’ openers Quinton de Kock (47) and Reeza Hendricks (44) helped secure victory with 124 balls to spare, leaving Australia with plenty to ponder […]

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Tornadoes, huge hailstones wreak havoc in Australia

Canberra: Tornadoes and a thunderstorm “supercell” swept across Australia’s Queensland state, with reports of four people injured by tennis ball-sized hailstones, the Bureau of Meteorology (BOM) said on Friday. The dangerous weather system hit the state’s south-east on Thursday, reports the BBC. One tornado struck Tansey, a town 250 km north of Brisbane, snapping trees […]

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Huawei, ZTE banned from providing 5G technology equipment in Australia

Beijing: Chinese tech company Huawei and ZTE were banned from providing 5G technology equipment to Australia on Thursday, prompting China to call the move “politically motivated”. Huawei made a statement on Twitter, saying that the Australian government had made the move despite the Chinese firm “safely and securely” delivering wireless technology in the country for […]

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Giant prehistoric shark teeth found in Australia

Canberra: A group of Australian researchers discovered a set of teeth that belonged to a giant prehistoric shark from about 25 million years ago, authorities announced on Thursday. The fossilised teeth of the extinct mega-toothed shark Carcharocles angustidens, which could grow up to 9 metres long, were found by paleontologists from Museums Victoria and a […]

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Kohli grabs top spot in ICC Test batting rankings

London: India captain Virat Kohli on Sunday became the top-ranked batsman in Test cricket for the first time in his career as he ended Australian Steven Smith’s reign of nearly 32 months. Kohli scored 149 and 51 in India’s 31-run defeat in the first Test in Birmingham against England and has gone up by 31 […]

More Aussies implanting heart-shock devices for cardiac death prevention

Sydney: More Australians are implanting in their bodies life-saving devices that prevent cardiac death, but it is unclear whether the trend reflects an increasing need for the implants or a heightened awareness of risk factors for the heart-linked sudden deaths, according to latest Australian research. The implantable cardioverter defibrillators (ICD), which work by delivering an […]

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Archbishop gets 1 year in prison for concealing child sex abuse

Canberra: A Catholic archbishop in Australia was on Tuesday given a maximum sentence of 12 months in detention for concealing child sexual abuse in the 1970s. Philip Wilson, now archbishop of Adelaide, is the most senior Catholic globally to be convicted of the crime, the BBC reported. He was found guilty by a court in […]

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Scientists identify gene that helps treat cancer

Canberra: The gene that strengthens the human immunity system has been identified by Australian scientists, it was revealed on Monday. The Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research Organisation (CSIRO)identified the gene that plays a critical role in regulating the body’s immune response to infection including cancer and diabetes. The gene has existed for 500 million years. […]

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Giant dead whale removed from Australian beach

Sydney: A massive 18-tonne whale was removed from an Australian beach on Thursday, with authorities fearing the animal would soon explode. At almost 13 metres long, the female humpback became stranded at the Big Hill Beach near Crescent Head, 430 km north of Sydney, late Wednesday, reports Xinhua news agency. With the animal beginning to […]

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