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Income Tax win Sairaj Trophy football title in Belgaum

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Mumbai-based Income Tax won the Sairaj Trophy invitational football tournament in Belgaum recently, beating Shivaji Sports Club (Kolhapur) 5-4 via the tie-breaker. In a keenly-contested final after the scores were locked 0-0 at the end of regulation time, the taxmen converted all five of their spot kicks in the shootout, through Prathamesh Raut, Ashraf Makandar, Alister Fernandes, Sandesh Gadkari and Linekar Machado. Machado was also adjudged the best player of the tournament, while the best goalkeeper's award went to Adil Ansari. The Income Tax outfit were awarded a cash prize of Rs 50,000 for their effort. "This is a very hardfought win. The title is special given the tough away conditions," said team manager Bosco Fernandes. D'Souza FA clinch MDFA Div-III crown The D'Souza Football Association lads with the MDFA Div-III trophy D'Souza Football Academy worked hard to record a 3-1 win against Jeevies FC in a closely fought Division-III final of the Rustomjee-MDFA Football League at Co..
                 

Pro Kabaddi 2019: U Mumba to Face Bengal Warriors in Semi-final 2

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Pro Kabaddi 2019: Bengaluru Bulls Take On Dabang Delhi in Semi-final 1

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Amazing to See How Roger Federer has Reinvented Himself: Leander Paes

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Bulgarian Football Federation Headquarters Raided after England Racism Storm

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Denmark Open: Sindhu, Praneeth enter second round

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India vs Bangladesh Live Streaming: When and Where to Watch FIFA 2022 World Cup Qualifier Live Telecast

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Igor Stimac Rues Indian Football Team's Inability to Score Goals after Bangladesh Draw

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Rodrigo Moreno fires Spain into Euro 2020 with late leveller at Sweden

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One of many challenges I will face in my career: Kuldeep Yadav

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Pro Kabaddi 2019: U Mumba Beat Haryana Steelers 46-38 for Place in Semi-final

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Denmark Open: PV Sindhu, B Sai Praneeth Advance as Parupalli Kashyap and Sourabh Verma Crash Out

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India vs Bangladesh, FIFA 2022 World Cup Qualifier HIGHLIGHTS in Kolkata: Adil Salvages 1-1 Draw

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Brooks Koepka leads big guns rolling in for PGA Tour's Asian riches

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Euro qualifiers: England 6-0 rout over Bulgaria marred by racism

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Sofia: England manager Gareth Southgate said his side made a statement by deciding to complete a 6-0 Euro 2020 qualifying win over Bulgaria after the match was twice halted by racist chanting. The visitors led 2-0 through early goals from Marcus Rashford and Ross Barkley when play was first stopped and an announcement made to supporters that the game could be suspended if offensive chanting continued. Once restarted, England quickly made it 3-0 through Barkley before a second stoppage as Croatian referee Ivan Bebek held discussions with players and coaching staff from both sides. Raheem Sterling then netted twice either side of half-time before Harry Kane rounded off the scoring to take England to the brink of qualification. "We know it is an unacceptable situation," Southgate said. "I think we've managed to make two statements really by winning the game, but also we have raised the awareness of everybody to the situation. The game was stopped twice and I know for some people that won'..
                 

India Eye Full Points against Bangladesh in FIFA World Cup Qualifier

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Italy hammer Liechtenstein to push perfect Euro 2020 run to eight games

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Turkey Defends Footballers Saluting Soldiers after Goal against France

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Sultan of Johor Cup: India lose 3-4 to Japan

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Australia's Mitchell Marsh breaks his hand punching wall

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Great signs for Indian cricket: Virender Sehwag on Sourav Ganguly's appointment

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Sachin Tendulkar expresses confidence in 'Dadi' Sourav Ganguly

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AITA may send team to Pakistan for Davis Cup

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FIFA 2022 World Cup Qualifier: Adil Khan's Late Strike Helps India Draw Bangladesh 1-1

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Viv Richards inspired me to be the cricketer I'm today: Brian Lara

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CoA chief Vinod Rai and member Diana Edulji spar over conflict of interest rule for ex-Ranji Trophy players

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Fissures within the Committee of Administrators (CoA) continue to show up even in the Supreme Court-appointed panel's last week of calling the shots in Indian cricket (CoA will demit office on October 23 once the new elected body takes charge of BCCI) While the 11th status report was filed by the CoA on Monday in the Supreme Court where they recommended various amendments to the constitution, CoA chief Vinod Rai and CoA member Diana Edulji have sparred over some contentious recommendations of the three-member committee. 'State units will be a circus' Edulji, the only cricketer in the CoA, slammed the suggestion to give voting rights to all former Ranji Trophy players in their state associations. "Having Ranji Trophy players with voting rights in their state associations will be making SCA (state cricket associations) a circus," she said in an email. Rai's reply was: "The CoA believes that ex-Ranji players who have cricketing knowledge and experience should not be deprived of membership..
                 

India Pip Bangladesh to Clinch SAFF U-15 Women's Championship

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India vs Bangladesh, FIFA 2022 World Cup Qualifier Live Score and Updates in Kolkata: India Trail Bangladesh 0-1

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El Clasico concerns for Real Madrid as Modric, Bale sit out training

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Sultan of Johor Cup: India Lose to Japan 3-4 Despite Good Show

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