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Pune to host the debut of India’s Sports Literature festival from February 21

On the occasions of the 40th anniversary of his first book 'Sunny Days', batting legend Sunil Gavaskar will narrate hilarious stories of his early days in cricket

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New Delhi, Feb 15, 2017: Pune will play host to India’s maiden sports literature festival ‘SporTale’, a two-day event which will feature as many as 38 luminaries from the field of sports, media, cinema, books and photography.

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From Virender Sehwag’s exploits on Twitter to stories that helped shape Virat Kohli’s victorious journeys, many untold sports tales will be on the cards when the event begins here on February 21.

Sharing the inside stories of their journeys and trade will be 15 sports stars, nine sports journalists, five novelists, and four cine-stars, told PTI

Among those who have a connect with sports and sports biopics, three advertising gurus will also be part of the festival. Photographers who captured the iconic sporting moments through their lenses will also join in.

The man to redefine cricket ethos, Kohli will share the stage with Vijay Lokapally, the senior cricketer writer with the Hindu and author of Kohli’s cricketing journey ‘Driven’.

According to PTI, Indian sports biggest sensation Dipa Karmakar along with her coach Bishweshwar Nandi will also be present to talk about an expedition from a remote town to conquer the world and etch India’s impression on global gymnastics.

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On the occasions of the 40th anniversary of his first book ‘Sunny Days’, batting legend Sunil Gavaskar will narrate hilarious stories of his early days in cricket to another former batting great VVS Laxman.

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Sports, Deaths Among 2018’s Top Google Searches

All of the 2018 Google top trending search lists can be found here

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Sports, disaster and death were among the top searches on Google last year.

Each December, the technology company releases it’s top trending searches of the year. Topics that drew the interest of Americans included the World Cup, Hurricane Florence and three people who died in 2018 — rapper Mac Miller, designer Kate Spade and TV host and author Anthony Bourdain.

Google does not come up with its lists based on the number of total searches. Instead, the company looks at the search terms that enjoyed the highest spike compared to the previous year.

“Black Panther” topped the list of most searched movies, while rising stars in the Democratic party dominated the list of most searched politicians.

Here are the Top 10:

1. World Cup
2. Hurricane Florence
3. Mac Miller
4. Kate Spade
5. Anthony Bourdain
6. Black Panther
7. Mega Millions Results
8. Stan Lee
9. Demi Lovato
10. Election Results

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Google on a smartphone device. Pixabay

Other categories include:

News
1. World Cup
2. Hurricane Florence
3. Mega Millions
4. Election Results
5. Hurricane Michael

People
1. Demi Lovato
2. Meghan Markle
3. Brett Kavanaugh
4. Logan Paul
5. Khloe Kardashian

Politicians
1. Stacey Abrams
2. Beto O’Rourke
3. Ted Cruz
4. Andrew Gillum
5. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez

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Movies
1. Black Panther
2. Incredibles 2
3. Deadpool 2
4. Avengers: Infinity War
5. A Quiet Place

All of the 2018 Google top trending search lists can be found here. (VOA)