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Pranab Mukherjee's Resignation From Isi Fake: Sushama Swaraj

SHIMLA: Leader of the Opposition in Lok Sabha Sushama Swaraj today launched a fresh attack on UPA's presidential candidate Pranab Mukherjee and alleged Mukherjee's signature on the letter resigning from Indian Statistical Institute (ISI), Kolkata, was not genuine.

Swaraj, who was at Kangra in Himachal Pradesh to inaugurate the 3-day meeting of the national executive of hartiya Janata Yuva Morcha (BJYM), said "it was painful that Pranab Mukherjee who forgot to resign from the post of ISI chairman, an office of profit, and when BJP raised doubts, he submitted his resignation that had forged signatures on it".

Claiming that Mukherjee had not quit the post of ISI chairman before filing his nomination for presidential polls, the BJP leader said his papers should have been rejected by the Returning Officer since the post was an "office of profit", which was a disqualification if the candidate held the post at the time of filing nominations.

Terming Mukherjee's resignation as "fake", Swaraj alleged that in a bid to save the UPA nominee's papers, a letter of resignation was "prepared hurriedly and forged signature put on it".

Bcci To Nominate Rahul Dravid For Khel Ratna, Yuvraj Singh For Arjuna

MUMBAI: The cricket board has decided to recommend recently retired stalwart Rahul Dravid for the prestigious Rajiv Gandhi Khel Ratna award and Yuvraj Singh, the player of the World Cup, for the Arjuna Award.

"We will be forwarding the names of Rahul Dravid for Khel Ratna Award and Yuvraj Singh for the Arjuna Award next week (to the government)," BCCI's CAO Prof Ratnakar Shetty said on Saturday.

The government had recently extended the deadline for the nominations till July 20.

The 39-year-old Dravid retired from all forms of the game at the international level following the Test series in Australia last year after having accumulated over 23,000 runs in Tests and ODIs combined since making a spectacular debut at Lord's in 1996.

If awarded the highest sports award in the country that was instituted in 1991-92, former India captain Dravid would follow the footsteps of his illustrious ex-teammates Sachin Tendulkar (1997-98) and Mahendra Singh Dhoni (2007-08) as the third cricketer to win the coveted award.

So far 20 sportspersons have been bestowed the award. Yuvraj, who has started practising at the nets at the National Cricket Academy in Bangalore after his battle with a rare form of germ cell cancer between his lungs, was India's hero in the 2011 World Cup triumph.

Playing Federer Takes Pressure Off Me, Says Murray

LONDON: Preparing for what could be the defining moment of his career, Andy Murray believes he will be under less pressure in the Wimbledon final on Sunday because he is playing 16-time Grand Slam champion Roger Federer.

The majority of the 15,000 fans with a golden ticket for Sunday's final, not to mention the millions glued to television screens around the country, will be willing Murray to become the first Briton to win the Wimbledon men's singles for 76 years.

Swiss maestro Federer, who boasts a global army of admirers, will be chasing a record-equalling seventh Wimbledon crown and a return to the top spot in the ATP rankings.

It looks a dream scenario and Murray, the first British man to reach the final since Bunny Austin in 1938, said he is glad it is Federer facing him over the net.

"It's a great challenge, one where I'm probably not expected to win the match, but one that if I play well, I'm capable of winning," Murray said.

"There will be less pressure on me on Sunday because of who he is."

Federer, who will reach another couple of landmarks if he beats Murray, equalling the seven men's singles titles of Pete Sampras as well as the 286 weeks the American spent at world No.1, produced a brilliant performance to beat 2011 champion Novak Djokovic and reach his eighth Wimbledon final.

After falling in the quarterfinals in the last two years, Federer said it was good to be back on the stage he is graced on the final Sunday for much of the past decade.

"All I hoped for was a good match from me, to be quite honest, to give myself a chance to be in the finals and have a shot at the trophy again really," Federer said.

"I missed being in the finals here the last couple years obviously."

Federer said losing in the quarterfinals last year to Jo-Wilfried Tsonga after being two sets up had been tough to take.

"I played so well against Tsonga it was a hard one to sort of accept to lose. You have to wait another year for your chance, and now I am finally back in that final. So it's great."

Murray enjoys an 8-7 lead over Federer in their previous meetings but the Swiss beat him in straight sets in the 2008 US Open and 2010 Australian Open finals and the Briton is under no illusions about the size of the task facing him as he tries to win a maiden major title.

"He's obviously one of the greatest players ever to have played," said fourth seed Murray who beat Tsonga in a gripping four-set semifinal.

"I'd be surprised if he wasn't the best in terms of his win/loss ratio here.

"He's been doing it consistently over a number of years. The matches he has lost the last couple of years was five sets against Tsonga, five sets against Berdych, five sets against Rafa. He's very, very tough to beat here."

Federer, 30, has lost only once in seven Wimbledon finals, an epic five-set battle against Rafa Nadal in 2008, and he is excited by the prospect of playing home favourite Murray.

"He's only going to get better as time goes by. That's what he's been proving," Federer said. "He's actually handled it very well from what I've seen from afar.

"I always say in whatever country I am I like to play the local hero and Andy is exactly that here at Wimbledon.

"I hope I have some crowd support, but it's not the most important thing right now."

4th Odi: David Hussey Guides Australia To 200/9 Against England

CHESTER-LE-STREET: David Hussey's 70 guided Australia to 200 for nine in the fourth one-day international against England on Saturday.


Australia were in dire straits at 96 for five when Hussey took guard but his 73-ball innings, featuring nine fours, kept the tourists in the match.

Together with Brett Lee, he put on 70 for the seventh wicket.

England, 2-0 up in this five-match series, would have been in an even stronger position had they not dropped four catches, with Hussey reprieved on 15 and 29.

Fast bowler Steven Finn, twice on a hat-trick, took four for 37 -- just shy of his career-best four for 34 which he achieved twice against Pakistan in the United Arab Emirates earlier this year.

England, after winning the toss in overcast conditions, saw Finn claim two wickets in successive balls as Australia slumped to six for two in the sixth over.

First a full and straight delivery rapped David Warner on the pads, with the normally dynamic left-hander having taken 19 balls for two runs.

English umpire Nigel Llong initially ruled not out, but England requested a review which showed the ball had pitched in line.

Next ball Peter Forrest was plumb lbw for a golden duck after being struck flush on the back pad.

Australia captain Michael Clarke survived the hat-trick after missing an excellent Finn delivery that cut back sharply between bat and pad.

Clarke should have been out for eight but Eoin Morgan at backward point dropped a simple chance off Tim Bresnan.

Opener Shane Watson struck Stuart Broad for four and later in the same over, after Broad had bowled a no-ball, pulled the ensuing free-hit for six.

But a stand worth 51 in 80 balls ended when Watson, trying to run the ball down to third man, played on to Bresnan for 28.

Clarke, also dropped on 28, found runs hard to and was out for 43 off 85 balls when clean bowled by Finn.

Next ball Finn had Matthew Wade brilliantly caught off the inside edge by opposing wicket-keeper Craig Kieswetter, who dived to his right and grabbed the one-handed chance at the second attempt.

Once again Finn was on a hat-trick but Lee watched the next ball pass wide of his stumps.

Hussey, who survived an lbw shout from Ravi Bopara, was dropped off a low caught and bowled chance by the medium-pacer.

He was given another 'life' when Ian Bell, running in from the cover boundary, grassed a low chance off all-rounder Bopara.

Lee, a ball after lofting James Anderson for six, holed out for 27 before Hussey, in the last over, was caught in the deep by Anderson off Bresnan.

Fernando Alonso Puts Ferrari On Pole At British Grand Prix

SILVERSTONE (England): Spaniard Fernando Alonso slid and splashed through atrocious conditions to hand Ferrari their first Formula One pole since 2010 in a rain-delayed British Grand Prix qualifying on Saturday.

The championship leader, last year's winner at Silverstone, was joined on the front row by Red Bull's Australian Mark Webber - also his closest rival in the standings after eight of 20 races.

The pole was Ferrari's first since Alonso started the Singapore Grand Prix from the top slot on the grid in September 2010, 31 races ago.

"It was tricky conditions for everyone. You have to be calm in some difficult moments," said the Spaniard, who leads Webber by 20 points overall, of his 21st career pole.

There was however a lingering question mark over whether the double champion had set his fastest lap in the second phase of qualifying under yellow warning flags after Frenchman Romain Grosjean slid his Lotus into the gravel.

"I backed off in the area where they were taking away the car," Alonso said of the incident.

Seven times world champion Michael Schumacher qualified third fastest for Mercedes with fellow German Sebastian Vettel, the reigning champion, alongside for Red Bull.

The top four, separated by just four tenths of a second, are all former British Grand Prix winners.

"In a session like this, it's a huge amount down to the driver to get comfortable in the car. It was nip and tuck with Fernando to get pole," said Webber.

Heavy rain had earlier forced qualifying to be halted for an hour and a half, with cars slipping and sliding on pools of standing water.

Alonso had been among those calling for race control to abandon the session.

McLaren's Lewis Hamilton, the last Briton to win his home race in 2008, qualified eighth while team mate Jenson Button had a nightmare afternoon and should start 16th after grid penalties are applied to others.

"I could not get any heat on the front tyres. I felt it straight out of the pits. I couldn't get any heat on the fronts and that is why I could not get a lap time on those tyres," Button told the BBC.

"It is the story of my year, not getting heat on the fronts so I am not too upset. I know I can drive a car in the wet," added the Briton, a winner in the wet from last place at a restart in Canada last year.

Brazilian Felipe Massa put his Ferrari in fifth place on the grid, his best performance of the season, next to his former team mate and 2007 champion Kimi Raikkonen in a Lotus.

Rain also caused chaos on Friday, with teams getting limited practice laps in very slippery conditions while waterlogged campsites caused huge traffic jams outside the circuit as race fans struggled to find parking.

Organisers had urged up to 30,000 ticket-holders with public parking passes to stay away on Saturday to ensure car parks held up for an expected 125,000-strong crowd on race day.

I Won't Even Be 41 When Ipl 6 Starts, Says Sourav Ganguly

KOLKATA: Turning 40 might club him in the league of veterans but Sourav Ganguly is not yet ready to throw in the towel as far as his participation in the next edition of IPL is concerned.

"I will take a call next season. As a matter of fact, I would not be even 41 when the IPL 6 would begin in 2013," Ganguly, who turns 40 tomorrow, said when asked about his plans for next year's Indian Premier League.

This despite a poor fifth season for Pune Warriors India as the team's skipper.

Ganguly is a believer and 40 is just a number for him. Ganguly said: "40 is just a number to me. For me life is simple and consistent. It (the age) does not matter to me, it makes no difference at all.

Taking a dig at his detractors, India's most successful Test captain had earlier said: "I'm also a human and prone to failures. Somehow you have to deal with it. Many captains have failed (in the IPL) but it's Sourav Ganguly who always makes the headlines."

Asked to pick his finest moment as a cricketer, the stylish left-hander, who guided India to the 2003 World Cup final, said his entire life has been satisfying.

"I cherish my entire life. I've been blessed with a life full of good memories," Ganguly, who has the most number of Test wins (21) as captain of India, said.

At the same time, he refused to talk about former coach Greg Chappell with whom he had a stormy relationship, leading to his ouster from the Indian team in 2005.

Asked whether he regrets his decision of bringing the Aussie and get him the Indian coaching job, Ganguly said: " As I've said earlier, I don't want to talk about Greg Chappell."

He might not have put it in as many words, but Ganguly obviously seemed unhappy about Chappell's fresh salvo at him in one of the articles in a book on Rahul Dravid.

"Sadly, the success of the team (under Dravid) was not universally enjoyed within the team. Some individuals felt threatened by the new world order and appeared to work against Rahul...," wrote Chappell in the book 'Timeless Steel'.

The Aussie did not name anybody but many believed that he pointed his fingers at Ganguly again.

"I've read his comments. I don't think it has put me against Dravid," Ganguly said.

Sachin Tendulkar might be regularly opting out of the one-dayers but Ganguly felt the veteran Mumbaikar has the right to pick and choose.

"He is Sachin. He has got the right to do it. That's the way it is for the youngsters. He comes and performs for the team."

Recently, Dravid had expressed his apprehension about the future of Test cricket 10 years down the line, but Ganguly thought otherwise.

"It's difficult to predict what will happen 10 years down the line. No matter what, Test cricket will survive. I've always said Twenty20 would be popular but there will be a place for Test cricket," said Ganguly, who is also the BCCI's technical committee chairman.

He was also not unduly concerned by the fact that India's next generation batsmen came a cropper and lost the first-class series (1-2) during the recent 'A' tour of the West Indies.

Asked whether India's bench strength was not up to the mark, Ganguly said: "We will find that out. I don't think one has to worry just on the basis of the outcome of a series."

Ganguly refused to pick his favourites for the World T20 in Sri Lanka and said: "It's Twenty20, anything can happen in the format. It's very difficult to predict and pick a favourite team in this format."

Serena Williams Wins Her Fifth Wimbledon Title

LONDON: Serena Williams weathered Agnieszka Radwanska's fight back and defeated the Pole in three sets 6-1, 5-7, 6-2 in 2 hours 2 minutes to win her fifth Wimbledon title on Saturday.

Serena continued her power-packed game as she fired 17 aces to wrap the final set 6-2 in 37 minutes.

Radwanska levelled the final one set all after she rallied to win the second set 7-5.

Playing in her first Grand Slam final, Radwanska fought back in the second set after losing the first fairly easily to win the set in 49 minutes.

Serena won the first set of the final 6-1 against Radwanska before rain brought a halt to action on Centre Court for more than 30 minutes.

Serena won the first set in 36 minutes with some aggressive play against the world number three Radwanska.

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