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New Delhi, Apr 27 (PTI) The following are the top/expected stories at 1730 hours:

News 27 Apr 2018, 17:51 IST


*Report of IPL match between Delhi Daredevils and Kolkata Knight Riders.



Mumbai Indians eye revenge against table toppers CSK

Pune, Apr 27 (PTI) An embattled Mumbai Indians' fight for survival in the ongoing Indian Premier League begins at Chennai Super Kings' adopted home ground here tomorrow, an uphill task given their opponents' form and formidable line-up.


Sumit Sangwan among 12 to enter semis of Belgrade boxing tourney

New Delhi, Apr 27 (PTI) Asian silver-winner Sumit Sangwan (91kg) was among the 12 Indian boxers who were assured of medals at the 56th Belgrade International Tournament in Serbia after getting contrasting entries into the semifinals.


Tejaswini misses final by a point in ISSF World Cup

Changwon (Korea), Apr 27 (PTI) Seasoned Indian shooter Tejaswini Sawant missed out on qualifying for the women's 50m rifle 3 positions final by a point as China and Russia continued their dominance in the ISSF World Cup here today.


How 'out-of-cash' KXIP almost lost Gayle at IPL auction

By Bharat Sharma

New Delhi, Apr 27 (PTI) Chris Gayle has proved to be quite a bargain buy for Kings XI Punjab in the ongoing Indian Premier League but co-owner Ness Wadia today revealed that the team almost lost the destructive opener at the auction, thinking it had run out of cash.


Sreejesh, Rani to lead teams until end of year

New Delhi, Apr 27 (PTI) Hockey India today announced P R Sreejesh and Rani as captains of the senior men's and women's team, respectively, until end of the year.


Gold rush for India at Asian Youth Boxing

Bangkok, Apr 27 (PTI) World champion Nitu Ghanghas opened the floodgates as Indian women boxers dominated the Asian Youth Championships, claiming three gold medals here today.


India have sufficient practise time for Tests in England: Zak

Mumbai, Apr 27 (PTI) Former pace spearhead Zaheer Khan feels the month-long preparatory time for the Indian players ahead of the tough five-Test series against hosts England this summer will be sufficient to get used to the weather conditions there

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