SPO-HIGHLIGHTS AT 1745 HOURS
New Delhi, Sep 12 (PTI) The following are the top/expected stories at 1745 hours:
*Report of day four of the second unofficial Test between India A and Australia A.
*Report of the SAFF Cup football semi-final between India and Pakistan.
STORIES ON THE WIRE:
Not hard to take, don't require massive correction, insists Kohli
By Chetan Narula
London, Sep 12 (PTI) He listed weaknesses aplenty but a combative India captain Virat Kohli insisted that neither is the 1-4 Test series loss to England all that hard to take nor does his side require any "massive" course correction.
Hope Anderson continues to terrorise batsmen: Root
By Chetan Narula
London, Sept 12 (PTI) Skipper Joe Root paid rich tribute to James Anderson for becoming the most successful fast bowler in Test history and hoped he will continue to spearhead the English attack and terrorise batsmen in future.
English summer: Virat the batsman wins, Virat the captain loses
By Kushan Sarkar
New Delhi, Sep 12 (PTI) Virat Kohli the batsman exorcised the ghosts of a horrendous 2014 series but his captaincy left a lot to be desired in the just-concluded series against England which again turned out to be a case of ''what it could have been''.
Talismanic Sardar Singh retires from international hockey, says time for youngsters to take over
By Saumojyoti S Choudhury
New Delhi, Sep 12 (PTI) Former India hockey captain Sardar Singh Wednesday decided to call time on his illustrious career, saying he had played enough in the last 12 years and now it's time for the youngsters to take over.
Under pressure Vettel looks to cut Hamilton's championship lead in Singapore
By Bharat Sharma
Singapore, Sep 12 (PTI) Error-prone Ferrari will have to execute a perfect race in the Singapore Grand Prix this weekend to narrow the widening gap between Sebastian Vettel and championship leader Lewis Hamilton.
Manu-Sumeeth shock Olympic silver medallists at Japan Open
Tokyo, Sep 12 (PTI) Indian men's doubles pair of Manu Attri and B Sumeeth Reddy stunned Olympic silver medallists Goh V Shem and Tan Wee Kiong of Malaysia to enter the quarterfinals of the USD 700,000 Japan Open badminton tournament here Wednesday.
Not participating in World championship will affect our Olympic preparation: top gymnasts
By Amit Kumar Das
New Delhi, Sep 12 (PTI) With uncertainty hovering over India's participation in next month's Artistic Gymnastic World Championship, top gymnasts Rakesh Patra and Dipa Karmakar feel not taking part in the competition will affect their preparations for the Tokyo Olympics.
Kohli finishes as world's best batsman in ICC ranking
Dubai, Sept 12 (PTI) India captain Virat Kohli finished as the number-one ranked batsman in the world in the latest ICC Player Rankings for Test Batsmen after the completion of the five-match series against England at London