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New Zealand captain Brendon Mccullum announces retirement
New Zealand captain Brendon Mccullum will retire from all forms of international cricket at the end of the home series against Australia in February next year. McCullum, made the announcement in Christchurch a day after his team won the Test series against Sri Lanka 2-0. The New Zealand skiper will not play the World T20 in March in India, where Kane Williamson will captain the New Zealand team.
IPL betting verdict: Chennai, Rajasthan suspended for 2 yrs; life ban for Kundra, Meiyappan
IPL spot-fixing: D-Day for CSK,RR as SC-appointed Lodha Committee to give verdict today
3rd Test: India, Australia share honours on Day 1

Others
Delhi boy Shubham Jaglan wins Junior World Golf Championships
India has a new world champion: Shubham Jaglan,all of 10. The most special guy in the world" in his own,playful,words. The Delhi boy, born into a wrestlers' family in Haryana,won the Junior World Golf Championships in San Diego, California, on Thursday night. "I have finally done it!" Shubham, runner-up last year, said in a Facebook post. "I have won one of the most prestigious tournaments in junior golf - The Callaway World Championship!"
Not turning pro,will quit after Rio Olympics 2016: Mary Kom
Viswanathan Anand losses in World Championship but good year for Indian chess
Rafael Nadal to comeback stronger than before, says Carlos Moya