Champions Trophy could be scrapped in favour of biennial World Twenty20

Pakistan made 338 for four, with Fakhar Zaman's 114 - the left-handed opener's maiden ODI hundred - the cornerstone. In India nearly all print media went easy on Kohli and his team , crediting Pakistan's performance though the front-page of the Hindustan Times screamed "Obliterated at the Oval: India humiliated by Pak".

PM 'faced security threat' during Kerala visit

PM 'faced security threat' during Kerala visit

Senkumar on Tuesday came out with a clean chit for the police force. DGP Senkumar revealed that there was a threat to life to Prime Minister, during his visit to Kochi for Metro inauguration, and this prompted the DCP to take action against protestors.

Uber adds option to tip drivers

The San Francisco-based company is looking to appease drivers as it's under pressure from a steady stream of scandals and slipping market share at home. Kalanick exemplified Uber's sometimes uneasy relationship with its drivers earlier this year when he got into an argument with a driver unhappy with his pay.

India arrests 15 for cheering Pakistan in Champions Trophy

Team India may have failed to defend its Champions Trophy title against arch-rival Pakistan on Sunday, but captain Virat Kohli has certainly won many hearts across the border with his post-match presentation address. But, like a wise woman once said, it's not a failure if you have enjoyed the process. Raees said he didn't sleep for the last two days because of all the excitement.

Pakistan 'pressure' got to India - Kohli

Revelation and redemption helped Pakistan turn world cricket's order upside down as Fakhar Zaman's maiden one-day global century and Mohammad Amir's brilliant new-ball spell underpinned a landslide 180-run win over India in the Champions
Trophy final.

Phoenix Suns Are Trying To Trade Up To Draft Lonzo Ball

Phoenix Suns Are Trying To Trade Up To Draft Lonzo Ball

And if any National Basketball Association team is anxious about having the ultimate sports parent in the front row, UCLA coach Steve Alford has repeatedly said LaVar wasn't a problem for him — and Lonzo's two little brothers are both planning to play in Westwood.