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Let the boundaries go away: Pakistani youth sings Jana Gana Mana with full respect        Three kidnapped cops killed by terrorists in Jammu and Kashmir        Freak penne trending with dislikes and trolls        Kannur International Airport: Kerala to be the first state with four international airports        Kim, Moon join hands on peak of sacred North Korean volcano        Birthday boy Rashid stars in Afghanistan's 136-run win against Bangladesh        Shahbaz Nadeem claims eight wickets; breaks List A world record        CAT 2018: Registration extended to Sept 26; Admit card to Release on Oct 24        BAI distributes 1.6 crore to state Association        Rodrigues, Yadav help Indian women take 1-0 lead in T20 series        Sensex recovers over 100 points on value-buying, global cues        Deepak Kapoor Appointed the new Chairperson of Save the Children        Palestinian schools strive to modernize classrooms        Trump: Declassified Russia probe papers expose 'bad things'        2 history-sheeters arrested following encounter: Police        Attack on Cong workers in Chhattisgarh is political persecution: Rahul Gandhi        Cabinet clears ordinance to make triple talaq penal offence Law Minister        Instant Triple Talaq to be criminal offence        Viswasam- On set photos leaked        Aiswarya- Abhishek's Gulab Jamun would go on floor in mid 2019        
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Sports News
Steve Smith wins second Allan Border medal; Ellyse Perry bags Belinda Clark Medal
 
(Sydney, Feb 12, 2018):Steve Smith and Ellyse Perry stole the show at the Australian cricket’s Allan Border Medal night. While Smith claimed his second Allan Border Medal and was voted as the Test Player of the Year at the annual awards night, Perry was conferred with the Belinda Clark Medal. Incidentally, Smith had also won the coveted medal in 2015 and thus became only the fifth player to win it on more than one occasion. Along with Smith, teammate David Warner was voted as one-day player of the year while Aaron Finch was named as T20 International Player of the Year. Meanwhile, young Jhye Richardson was announced as the Bradman young cricketer of the Year.

Steve Smith had a fabulous last year where he led Australia to a 4-0 Ashes win over England. He also hit a personal best of 239 and was duly rewarded Smith amassed 1754 runs in 24 Tests and one-dayers at an average of 67.46 during the voting period, from January 8 last year to January 8 this year.

Addressing the audience after receiving the medal, Smith said, “I’ve worked really hard on my game in the last few years … for me throughout the summer I wasn’t hitting the ball as well as I’d like, but it’s gone to new levels in ways I didn’t think were imaginable.”

AWARDS

Allan Border Medal — Steve Smith

Test Player of the Year — Steve Smith

ODI Player of the Year — David Warner

Belinda Clark Award — Elyse Perry

Men’s Domestic Player of the Year — George Bailey

Female Domestic Player of the Year — Beth Mooney

T20 International Player of the Year — Aaron Finch

Betty Wilson young cricketer of the Year — Georgia Redmayne

Bradman young cricketer of the Year — Jhye Richardson


Birthday boy Rashid stars in Afghanistan's 136-run win against Bangladesh
Shahbaz Nadeem claims eight wickets; breaks List A world record
BAI distributes 1.6 crore to state Association
Rodrigues, Yadav help Indian women take 1-0 lead in T20 series
China Open: Sindhu enters pre-quarters, Saina loses
Didn't expect Arjuna this year: Hima Das
Kabaddi: Sixth season of PKL to start on Oct 7
Aim is to identify batsmen for slot number 4 and 6: Rohit
Cristiano Ronaldo opens account at Juventus, then adds another
India lose to Maldives in SAFF Cup final
Unbeaten India take on Maldives in SAFF Cup final, seek 8th title
Japan Open 2018: Indian campaign ends with Kidambi Srikanth’s defeat in quarter-finals
Tanya, Mansi impress as Indian women beat Sri Lanka, clinch series
India still on top, England grab fourth position after 4-1 series win
English summer: Virat the batsman wins, Virat the captain loses
Fifth Test: England outclass India by 118 runs, clinch series 4-1
Andre Silva lifts Portugal past Italy in Nations League
Smriti Mandhana shines as Indian women’s cricket team beat Sri Lanka
Cook makes swansong Test memorable with hundred
US Open 2018: Djokovic reclaims crown in an emphatic manner
KERALA NEWS
Kannur International Airport: Kerala to be the first state with four international airports
 Malappuram: With Kannur International Airport becoming operational, Kerala will be the first state i  
Bar bribery case: Court dismisses the vigilance report
State Kalolsavam to be held in December
Actor Captain Raju passes away at 68
INTERNATIONAL NEWS
Kim, Moon join hands on peak of sacred North Korean volcano
 (Pyongyang, Sep 20, 2018):The leaders of the rival Koreas took to the road for the final day
Palestinian schools strive to modernize classrooms
Trump: Declassified Russia probe papers expose 'bad things'
100 die in severe flooding in Nigeria: relief agency
NATIONAL NEWS
Let the boundaries go away: Pakistani youth sings Jana Gana Mana with full respect
 While India won the match against Pakistan in Dubai, one Pakistani youth won the hearts of all India
Three kidnapped cops killed by terrorists in Jammu and Kashmir
CAT 2018: Registration extended to Sept 26; Admit card to Release on Oct 24
2 history-sheeters arrested following encounter: Police
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