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Fresh protest in Sabarimala        Rahul Gandhi Challenges PM Modi For Debate On Rafale Deal        New bill likely to be introduced in Parliament to rechristen names of Bombay, Calcutta and Madras High Courts        TM Krishna 'celebrates democracy' at Delhi concert        Death toll rises to 76 in California fire as Trump visits        Sri Lanka president Sirisena holds all-party meeting talks to end political crisis        Pankaj wins grand double, extends world title tally to 21        England win second Test against Sri Lanka by 57 runs        Smriti Mandhana becomes second-fastest Indian woman to reach 1000 T20I        It is quality of cricket rather than sledging that wins matches: Shastri on new Aussie approach        India in Australia: Kohli promises to not start arguments, only finish them        At Least Two Killed, Eight Injured In Blast In Karachi        Centre's New Move May Escalate Feud With RBI Ahead Of Board Meet: Report        'Gaja' crosses coast, rainfall pounds TN, 22 dead        Sabarimala board to move SC, buy time to implement order        Sabarimala board to move SC, buy time to implement order        Sindhu crashes out; Srikanth, Sameer enter quarterfinals of Hong Kong Open        No more chopping and changing till World Cup: Ravi Shastri        Air India eyes Rs 800 cr from sale of over 70 properties        Intel India opens design house costing Rs 1,100 cr at B'luru        
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Sports News
PBL 2018 Auction: Sindhu, Saina, Srikanth bought for 80 lakh
 
(New Delhi, Oct 08, 2018):The players auction for the Premier Badminton League 2018 is currently underway in the capital and it has been a big pay day for some of Indian badminton’s biggest stars. According to the rules of the auction, the maximum amount that a player could be bought for is 80 lakh rupees and most of India’s top shuttlers have managed to bag that amount.

PV Sindhu has joined defending champions Hyderabad Hunters for Rs 80 lakh, while Saina Nehwal, after going unsold in the first round, was bought by North Eastern Warriors for the same amount.

The other top players who managed to touch the Rs 80 lakh mark were Kidambi Srikanth, bought by Bengaluru Raptors and HS Prannoy, bought by Delhi Dashers.

Among the non-Icon Indians, Rankireddy was the top draw as Ahmedabad Smash Masters outbid the Hyderabad Hunters to secure the youngster for Rs 52 lakh, a massive jump from his base price of Rs 15 lakh.

Indonesia’s Tommy Sugiarto was the highest paid non-Icon Player with Delhi Dashers splurging Rs 70 lakh for his services. The Delhi outfit won a tense battle with two other teams to acquire the World No 11, paying Rs 40 lakh above his base price.

Chennai Smashers, who will have Korean Sung ji Hyun as their Icon player, managed to retain the services of English mixed doubles combination of Chris and Gabby Adcock, paying them Rs 54 lakh and Rs 36 lakh respectively.

Korea’s mixed doubles specialist Eom Hye Won also got a Rs 30 lakh jump from her base price of Rs 7 lakh as the Hyderabad Hunters secured her to build a strong doubles unit.

The top international stars who have been bought for the same amount include reigning Olympic champion Carolina Marin, Danish shuttler Viktor Axelsen, South Korea’s Sung Ji Hyun and Lee Yong Dae.

Young sensation Lakshya Sen was bought by 7 Aces Pune for Rs 11 lakh while another upcoming player Sourabh Verma was bought for Rs 16 lakh by Ahmedabad Smash Masters.

The fourth season of the PBL will begin in Mumbai on December 22 while the final will be held in Bengaluru on January 13, 2019.

A ninth team, Pune7 Aces, has been added this year and is co-owned by actor Taapsee Pannu. Marin will be playing for her team.


Pankaj wins grand double, extends world title tally to 21
England win second Test against Sri Lanka by 57 runs
Smriti Mandhana becomes second-fastest Indian woman to reach 1000 T20I
It is quality of cricket rather than sledging that wins matches: Shastri on new Aussie approach
India in Australia: Kohli promises to not start arguments, only finish them
Sindhu crashes out; Srikanth, Sameer enter quarterfinals of Hong Kong Open
No more chopping and changing till World Cup: Ravi Shastri
Mitchell Starc released from IPL contract ahead of Ashes, WC
World Championships: Older, wiser, stronger Mary Kom attempts to win 6th global title
India to host Italy on grass in Kolkata
It won't be easy for Mary Kom, says High Performance Director Nieva
Preparing for Australia tour by watching videos: Shami
3rd T20: Dhawan, Pant take Ind to victory, series win
FC Goa beat Kerala Blasters 3-1 in ISL
Harmanpreet Kaur’s record century headlines India’s big win over NZ in opener
Mumbai City end NorthEast United’s unbeaten run
Chelsea beat BATE 1-0 in Europa League
Srikanth enters pre-quarterfinals of China Open
Kohli's 'leave India' response to cricket enthusiast creates controversy
Luck assists Bengaluru FC in 2-1 win over Kerala Blasters FC
KERALA NEWS
Sabarimala protests: Arrests up to 2061, Kerala HC warns police
 Thiruvananthapuram, OCT 27: As the number of people arrested for allegedly being involved in violent  
Vijayan urges UAE Keralites to back salary challenge
Sabarimala row: Protests against SC verdict continue
Balabhaskar's wife Lakshmi shifted to ICU
INTERNATIONAL NEWS
Death toll rises to 76 in California fire as Trump visits
 (Chico, Nov 18, 2018):Nearly 1,300 people remain unaccounted for and the death toll from the
Sri Lanka president Sirisena holds all-party meeting talks to end political crisis
At Least Two Killed, Eight Injured In Blast In Karachi
US, China see rival visions for entwined Asia-Pacific region
NATIONAL NEWS
Rahul Gandhi Challenges PM Modi For Debate On Rafale Deal
 (Ambikapur, Nov 18, 2018):Stepping up attack on Prime Minister Narendra Modi, Congress Presid
New bill likely to be introduced in Parliament to rechristen names of Bombay, Calcutta and Madras High Courts
TM Krishna 'celebrates democracy' at Delhi concert
'Gaja' crosses coast, rainfall pounds TN, 22 dead
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