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BWF World Tour Finals: Lakshya Sen collapses in semi-final against Viktor Axelsen        Multiply an IVF-tech startup launches is its AI-based platform that will replace conventional processes in IVF clinics        At least 31 people killed by terrorists' attack on bus in Mali        Former chief minister of undivided Andhra Pradesh Konijeti Rosaiah dies at 88        1,495 teachers in Kerala schools yet to get vaccinated        Fourth case of Omicron in India, 33-year-old Maharashtra man tests positive for new COVID-19 variant        Actor Brahma Mishra found dead at his residence in Mumbai        “Comeback King"-A short-film by KKR on Sunil Narine’s incredible journey as a cricketer        Honda sets up battery sharing service subsidiary in India        Record low birth rates in China        No travel bans imposed by India for Omicron: MEA        CPI(M) local leader hacked to death        Two confirmed cases of Omicron detected in Karnataka        BWF World Tour Finals: Sindhu makes winning start; Lakshya also through        Depositors of PMC Bank to get pre-Covid interest rate        Vaccinated California man first in US to test positive for Omicron        Kerala determined to prevent new HIV infections by 2025, says CM Pinarayi Vijayan        Doctors can’t be always blamed for negligence in deaths, says Supreme Court        Tourist inflow in J&K hit 7-year high in November: Govt        isl: Odisha come from behind to beat SC East Bengal in 10-goal thriller        
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Sports News
All eyes on NZ-AFG match now: Kohli after thrashing Scotland
 
Dubai, Though Virat Kohli's devils pulled off a resounding win against Scotland, he was not in the mood to celebrate, at least not yet, knowing fully well the crucial match ahead on November 7, where Afghanistan needs to beat New Zealand by a thin margin and help India in a battle to defeat Namibia in their last Super 12 match to storm into the semi final stages of the ICC Men's T20 World Cup.

"A dominating performance, something that we were striving to do again. Now it will be interesting to see what happens on 7th (November). Don't want to say a lot about today's performance, we know what we can do," he said at the post-match presentation here.

But he did not stop at that, but gave credit to Indian batters and bowlers for putting up yet another power packed performance.

"The bowlers were excellent, and then KL and Rohit did really well. We discussed about 8-10 over brackets before the start. But, we did not want to go hard because if you lose wickets, then an extra 20 balls could cost you. We thought that if they play naturally, runs will come quickly," he said.

"(Ravindra) Jadeja bowled really well, and also (Mohammad) Shami was quite good," Team India captain added.

This win, Kohli continued, tells the importance of winning the toss at this venue. "We wanted to get them under 110-120 max, that was the mindset we went in with," he said.

Batting second at this venue has been advantageous because of the dew factor which makes stroke-making easy as the ball comes on to the bat at a normal pace, without gripping on the track.


BWF World Tour Finals: Lakshya Sen collapses in semi-final against Viktor Axelsen
“Comeback King"-A short-film by KKR on Sunil Narine’s incredible journey as a cricketer
BWF World Tour Finals: Sindhu makes winning start; Lakshya also through
isl: Odisha come from behind to beat SC East Bengal in 10-goal thriller
Dravid feels Ashwin has 'grown, improved, evolved' as bowler
Bengaluru FC, Kerala Blasters Share Spoils After Bambolim Thriller
ISL: We are ready for Kolkata derby, says East Bengal coach
India vs Pak T20 WC clash records history, becomes most viewed match
NorthEast United FC & Kerala Blasters set to face each other on Nov 25
NorthEast United FC & Kerala Blasters set to face each other on Nov 25
Dravid's experience will benefit Indian Test side: Pujara
India meet Russia in their opening match in Women’s Junior World Cup
Dhoni unsure in IPL swansong in Chennai
I always admired him and is a class act: KL Rahul on Rohit
Top seeds in boys and girls sections enter summit clash in ISTA Squash tourney
India pull off nail-biter, win by 5 wickets against NZ in first T20I
Asian Archery Championships: India Confirm Three Medals, Face ‘Nemesis' Korea In All Finals
Asian Archery Championships: India Confirm Three Medals, Face ‘Nemesis' Korea In All Finals
Rohit-Dravid combo will bring in big change in Indian cricket: KL Rahul
Favourites Pakistan face resurgent Australia in T20 WC semis
KERALA NEWS
1,495 teachers in Kerala schools yet to get vaccinated
 Thiruvananthapuram: There are 1,707 teaching and non-teaching staff in government schools of Kerala  
CPI(M) local leader hacked to death
Kerala determined to prevent new HIV infections by 2025, says CM Pinarayi Vijayan
People not following Covid measures will not get free treatment: Pinarayi Vijayan
INTERNATIONAL NEWS
At least 31 people killed by terrorists' attack on bus in Mali
 Bamako: At least 31 people have been killed and eight more injured as a result of terrorists' attack
Record low birth rates in China
Vaccinated California man first in US to test positive for Omicron
US expresses concern over rights abuses in Afghanistan, asks Taliban to take necessary steps
NATIONAL NEWS
Former chief minister of undivided Andhra Pradesh Konijeti Rosaiah dies at 88
 Hyderabad: Former chief minister of undivided Andhra Pradesh and veteran Congress leader Konijeti Ro
No travel bans imposed by India for Omicron: MEA
Doctors can’t be always blamed for negligence in deaths, says Supreme Court
maharashtra: Quarantine mandatory for passengers coming from at-risk countries; RT-PCR must for those arriving from other states
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