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The BCCI has decided to recommend Mithali Raj and R Ashwin for the Rajiv Gandhi Khel Ratna award, India's highest sporting honour. The board has also recommended the names of Shikhar Dhawan, KL Rahul and Jasprit Bumrah for the Arjuna Award, a government honour to recognise outstanding achievements in national sport.

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While England cricket has been hit by a series of positive COVID-19 cases, the testing for the Indian team members, currently in England, has started. Virat Kohli & Co, who have been on a three-week break post the World Test Championship (WTC) final last month, were tested for COVID-19 on Saturday, and will have to undergo further testing in the coming weeks.

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The International Cricket Council has confirmed the points system for the second edition of the ICC World Test Championship (WTC) as well as the bilateral series that will be part of the 2021-23 cycle commencing next month. Each match of the upcoming WTC will now be contested for the same number of points – 12 for a win, four for a draw and six for a tie, moving away from the previous system where the same number of points were allocated to each series, divided across the number of matches played.

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India skipper Mithali Raj scripted history when she overtook former England Charlotte Edwards to become the highest run-scorer across format in women's cricket. The veteran cricketer achieved the feat during India women's four-wicket win against England women in the third and final ODI in Worcester. India, chasing 220 runs in a truncated 47-over match, secured victory with three balls to spare. Raj starred with an unbeaten knock of 75, off just 86 balls, and was declared the Player of the Match. The batter got to the milestone with a boundary down the ground off Nat Schiver in the 23rd over of the innings. Mithali, who needed just 12 runs to go past the tally, became the world's most prolific batter in women's internationals by overtaking Edwards' 10,273 runs. Third in this prolific list is New Zealand's Suzie Bates, who has scored 7849 runs in 247 matches. She is followed by West Indies' Stefanie Taylor, with 7834 runs in 256 matches. Capping off the top-five is Australia's skipper Meg Lanning, with 7024 runs in 199 games.

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It was the final blessing on behalf of the nation and a morale boost for the Olympics-bound Indian athletes as Prime Minister Narendra Modi goaded them to play without the pressure of winning and do their best wholeheartedly. In an interaction that spanned more than an hour with 15 athletes and their family members, starting with World No. 1 archer Deepika Kumari and ending with tennis ace Sania Mirza, the Prime Minister revealed his knowledge of their background, journey and achievements.

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