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Sharad Pawar, Yashwant Sinha call meet to put up united opposition        Kerala to implement tourism projects in time-bound manner: Riyas        BCCI to donate Rs 10 cr for preparations of Olympic-bound athletes        WTC Final, Day 3: NZ bowl out India for 217 in 1st innings, Jamieson picks 5 wickets        AIBEA to hold National Webinars from Jul 1 to commemorate 52nd anniversary of Bank Nationalisation        France elects regional leaders, preps for presidential vote        Argentina reports first confirmed case of ‘Black Fungus’: Reports        Bengal plans more COVID beds for women amid third wave threat        Delhi eases COVID restrictions        COVID-19: India records less than 60,000 cases after 81 days        WTC Final, Day 2: India 146/3 at stumps against NZ        Union Bank of India inks MOU with NSIC to support MSMEs with credit requirements        Seven dead, 13 injured after plane crash-lands in Russia's Kemerovo region        Ebrahim Raisi elected Iran's new president        MHA asks states, UTs to not lower guard, calibrated opening up of lockdown advised        PM congratulates LS Speaker Om Birla for completing 2 years in office        Centre invites 14 J&K leaders to attend all-party meeting on June 24        Tour de France to hold women''s cycling race in July 2022        Will always regret missing hundred on Test debut but will get one next time: Shafali Verma        Nadal, Osaka both out for Wimbledon; she'll go to Olympics        
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Sports News
ICC Rankings: Kohli, Rohit maintain top two spots, Bumrah remains 2nd among bowlers
 
Dubai: India captain Virat Kohli and his deputy Rohit Sharma continue to occupy the top two batting spots in the ICC ODI rankings while pacer Jasprit Bumrah stayed put in second place among bowlers in the latest list issued on Tuesday. With 871 rating points, Kohli is at the top followed by Rohit (855) and Pakistan''s Babar Azam (829). In the bowlers list, Bumrah (719) is behind New Zealand pacer Trent Boult (722), while Afghanistan''s Mujeeb Ur Rahman (701) occupies the third spot. Ravindra Jadeja is the lone Indian to feature in the top 10 all-rounders rankings at the eight spot.

Afghanistan''s Mohammad Nabi is leading pack in this category, closely followed by England all-rounder Ben Stokes. Meanwhile, England''s Jason Roy and Jonny Bairstow will be in focus from the rankings perspective as the reigning World Cup champions kick off the ICC Men''s Cricket World Cup Super League with their three-match home series against Ireland on Thursday. Opener Roy and wicketkeeper-batsman Bairstow, who are currently ranked 11th and 14th, respectively, in the ICC ODI player rankings for batsman, could work their way back into the top 10, having both enjoyed personal best rankings of ninth position in the past. Roy was in ninth place in July last year and Bairstow in October 2018.

World Cup-winning captain Eoin Morgan, who is the third best-ranked batsman from his side in 23rd position, will be leading against a side for whom he scored 99 on ODI debut against Scotland 14 years ago. With none of the England players featuring in their Test series against the West Indies named for the ODIs, England will be missing their premier fast bowlers and will be led by spin twins Adil Rashid (29th) and vice-captain Moeen Ali (44th). For Ireland, skipper Andy Balbirnie, who took over from long-time skipper William Porterfield last November and has only led in a three-ODI series in the Caribbean in January, is ranked 46th among batsmen. Paul Stirling remains their top-ranked batsman in 27th position, having held a career-high position of seventh in 2013.

Off-spinner Andy McBrine (31st) and paceman Boyd Rankin (joint-40th) are their leading bowlers according to the rankings. The England-Ireland series marks the start of the much-awaited Super League that will see 13 teams vie for direct qualifying places in the next ICC Men''s Cricket World Cup in India in 2023. India and seven other teams will make it directly from the league with the remaining teams getting a second chance through a qualifer. Teams will be awarded 10 points for a win, five for a tie, no-result or abandoned match and none for a loss.


BCCI to donate Rs 10 cr for preparations of Olympic-bound athletes
WTC Final, Day 3: NZ bowl out India for 217 in 1st innings, Jamieson picks 5 wickets
WTC Final, Day 2: India 146/3 at stumps against NZ
Tour de France to hold women''s cycling race in July 2022
Will always regret missing hundred on Test debut but will get one next time: Shafali Verma
Nadal, Osaka both out for Wimbledon; she'll go to Olympics
Multan knocks Quetta out of PSL with 110-run win
WTC Final: Kohli eyes legacy, Williamson prize for consistency in battle of equals
Yuvraj Singh becomes face of PUMA Motorsport in India
Dutee expects Olympics spot on basis of world rankings if not through qualification timing
Unseeded Krejcikova wins maiden Grand Slam title in Paris
Indian hockey team preparing for Tokyo Games with Olympic simulation: striker Ramandeep
ISL''s new regulation mandates clubs to field minimum 7 players at one time
Amaze Inverters & Batteries extends Endorsement Deal with Cricket Superstar Virat Kohli
Sunil Chhetri guides India to 2-0 victory against Bangladesh
Federer needs 4 tight sets to reach French Open's 4th round
Sponsors hail Naomi Osaka's 'courage' on mental health
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South America restarts World Cup qualifying amid COVID rise
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KERALA NEWS
Kerala to implement tourism projects in time-bound manner: Riyas
 Thiruvananthapuram: Kerala will complete its tourism projects in a time-bound manner by giving top p  
Kerala govt orders SIT probe into ''illegal'' tree felling in Wayanad
LDF govt hand in glove with timber mafias, alleges Union Minister Muraleedharan
COVID-19:Kerala reports 14,233 new cases, 173 deaths
INTERNATIONAL NEWS
France elects regional leaders, preps for presidential vote
 Paris: Marine Le Pen's far right party is riding high on her tough-on-security, stop-immigration mes
Argentina reports first confirmed case of ‘Black Fungus’: Reports
Seven dead, 13 injured after plane crash-lands in Russia's Kemerovo region
Ebrahim Raisi elected Iran's new president
NATIONAL NEWS
Bengal plans more COVID beds for women amid third wave threat
 Kolkata: The West Bengal government is planning to allot more hospital beds for women as it prepares
Delhi eases COVID restrictions
MHA asks states, UTs to not lower guard, calibrated opening up of lockdown advised
PM congratulates LS Speaker Om Birla for completing 2 years in office
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