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NEW DELHI, 10 JAN. Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Wednesday complimented Aanchal Thakur on winning the first-ever medal for India in a skiing competition, and said the entire country was ecstatic on her "historic accomplishment".

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Virat Kohli is the only player to be retained by an IPL franchise for an amount greater than that set by the IPL (INR 15 crore) for the first player retained: Kohli will be paid INR 17 crore (US $2.67 million) by Royal Challengers Bangalore for the 2018 season. RCB batsman Sarfaraz Khan was the only uncapped player to be retained at the player-retention event in Mumbai on January 4.

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India missed a great opportunity in letting the First Test at Cape Town slip out of their hands. Perhaps, they may not get a better shot at a win in this Test series than the chance it had at Newlands. While Newlands was supposed to be batsmen friendly the pace and bounce due to drought conditions ensured the pitch behaving like any other South African grounds. Now India faces the prospect of taking on South Africa on surfaces with even more pace, bounce and movement at the Centurion and the Wanderers. However India can hold their head high when the pace bowlers took 18 of the 20 wickets and exerted enough pressure on the South African batsmen who were used to playing in those pace friendly wickets. Given the strength of its pace attack and the cracks in the South African batting, India will go with a positive frame of mind in the second Test at Centurion.

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Indian tennis player Sania Mirza will miss the Australian Open, starting on 15th January, owing to a knee injury, and could go for a surgery. Sania is suffering from a condition called jumper’s knee in her right leg.

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Michael Hussey has been appointed as the batting coach for Chennai Super Kings (CSK) ahead of the 11th edition of the Indian Premier League. The former Australia left-hander is no stranger to CSK, having played for the side in seven out of the first eight seasons and was part of the titlewinning squad on both the occasions. “I am really excited about returning to CSK in a coaching capacity and working with the players and help them get the best out of themselves and also help to bring success to this great franchise,” Hussey said.

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