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Padma Vibhushan for Jaitley, Sushma, Fernandes posthumously; Parrikar given Padma Bhushan        Coronavirus scare: Nearly 100 people under observation, PMO reviews India''s preparedness        China facing ''grave'' situation, says Xi as coronavirus death toll rises to 41        Quake kills 22 in Eastern Turkey        Nepal offers to play role of mediator between India and Pakistan        India can play Asia Cup matches at neutral venue, but call is ACC''s: PCB CEO Khan        South Africa crumble after Broad, Wood help England rack up 400        Hugo Boumous inspires FC Goa to a thrilling 3-2 win over Kerala Blasters FC in Hero ISL        Growth slowdown in India temporary, expect momentum to improve going ahead: IMF chief        SC refuses to entertain plea against imposition of NSA amid anti-CAA protests        'Batman' script is beautiful, dark and moving: Colin Farrell        Scriptwriting is underrated: Ayushmann Khurrana        Agarkar applies for national selector's job, frontrunner for chairman's post, Prasad in running too        Rahul relishing dual role, says staying behind stumps helps batting too        Samsung moves India chief HC Hong to Latin America        WEF 2020 meeting ends with hopes for better and cleaner economy        Sebi fines Scan Steels Rs 18.8 lakh for fraudulent trading        Italy threatens Facebook with new fine for selling users' data        Nepal says if India can resolve boundary issue with Bangladesh, why not Kathmandu        Houston building explosion shakes city, scatters debris        
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Sports News
Sindhu, Saina crash out of Malaysia Masters
 
Kuala Lumpur: Ace Indian shuttlers PV Sindhu and Saina Nehwal lost their respective quarter-final matches and crashed out of Malaysia Masters Super 500 badminton tournament, here on Friday. PV Sindhu went down to Taiwanese shuttler Tai Tzu Ying in straight games 16-21, 16-21. Sindhu, seeded 6th, who was inconsistent at the start, failed to capitalize on her leads and eventually lost the first game 16-21 to hand a 1-0 advantage to Tzu Ying. The second game was a one-sided affair for the most part, with Ying opening up a nine-point gap with Sindhu.

Trailing 11-20, Sindhu saved six match points but it was too late as Tzu Ying sealed the game 21-16. This was Sindhu''s second consecutive loss to Tzu Ying. She had lost to her in the quarter-finals of the French open in October last year. Earlier, Sindhu had outclassed Japan''s Aya Ohori 21-10, 21-15 in a 2nd-round match that lasted around 34 minutes to reach the quarter-finals on Thursday. Meanwhile, Saina Nehwal was also knocked out after losing 8-21, 7-21 to Spanish Carolina Marin in quarter-finals. Marin dominated the whole game and came out with an easy triumph in the 30-minute long clash.

Saina had beaten eighth seed An Se Young of South Korea 25-23, 21-12 to make it to the quarter-finals. India''s campaign at the Malaysia Masters came to an end after the loss of both Saina and Sindhu. In the men''s singles, both Indian shuttlers Sameer Verma and HS Prannoy had also crashed out in the second round on Thursday. While Verma lost to Malaysia''s Lee Zii Jia 19-21 20-22, Prannoy was shown the door by top seed Kento Momota of Japan 14-21 16-21.


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KERALA NEWS
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INTERNATIONAL NEWS
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NATIONAL NEWS
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