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Mohammed Shami joins Team India in Dharamsala

Mohammed Shami joins Team India in Dharamsala

The rebuttal was led by Bollywood superstar Amitabh Bachchan who sarcastically thanked the Aussie media for acknowledging Kohli as the "president" of the game. With the series now locked at 1-1, both the sides will face off in the fourth and final Test, that starts on Saturday in Dharamsala . "We didn't enter to spread toxicity", he tweeted.


Jason Day breaks down and bolts to be with cancer-stricken mom

Jason Day breaks down and bolts to be with cancer-stricken mom

He conceded the match to Pat Perez after the sixth hole, moments after he suffered a double bogey. Day then talked to the media to make sure people didn't think he was quitting because he was injured. Earlier, Rory McIlroy became the first major casualty. My mom says not to let it get to me, but it really has. Tanihara, 38, has won 13 tournaments on the Japanese Tour.


Valtteri Bottas warns Lewis Hamilton Mercedes 'don't have a No2 driver'

Valtteri Bottas warns Lewis Hamilton Mercedes 'don't have a No2 driver'

New rule changes mean the cars will be lower and wider, plus they will also have fatter tyres, which could see up to five seconds slashed off lap times. But I know what I'm capable of in a winning vehicle". "That is not our plan - I must say that quite clearly", the triple world champion and Mercedes non-executive chairman told the Austrian broadcaster ORF.


GOP Health Care Plan Faces 'Crucial Vote' Thursday

GOP Health Care Plan Faces 'Crucial Vote' Thursday

That process comes with limits on what can and cannot be included. "Health insurance is very expensive". The potential effect on the senior population is bound to cause heartburn for South Florida politicians, who serve an older constituency.


F1 Australian GP: Vettel coy on Ferrari's Melbourne chances

F1 Australian GP: Vettel coy on Ferrari's Melbourne chances

Although Ferrari topped the timesheets in pre-season testing, claiming the top two spots, it is Mercedes who have dominated Formula 1 over the past three years. The more of a fight you have, the more satisfying it is when you're victorious. "Doing changes spices it up". Vettel is the bookmakers' second favourite for the title behind Mercedes's Lewis Hamilton.