In case you could not catch up on the latest in Indian sport, here is the lowdown on the top stories of the past week.1. Aditi earns LPGA Tour membership: Aditi Ashok secured the LPGA Tour membership for 2017 after finishing tied-24th at the qualifying tournament in Daytona Beach, Florida. Aditi fell short of full status but her performance ensured she is now an LPGA member -- only the second Indian to earn the status after Simi Mehra.2. Aditi narrowly misses out on hat-trick of titles: Aditi Ashok finished tied-3rd at the Ladies European Tour Dubai Masters after scoring a 2-under 70 in the final round at the Emirates Golf Club, UAE, on Saturday.3. Nobody remains No. 1 forever. After a roller-coaster ride in 2016, Sania Mirza told ESPN she is hopeful of continuing her early success with new partner Barbora Strycova next season. Read the story here.?4. Chennai City, Minerva Punjab in I-League: The All India Football Federation granted Chennai City FC and Minerva Punjab FC the right to take part in the I-Leagues 2016-17 season. Minerva Punjabs presence means all four regions of the country will have a team in the I-League for the first time since 2010-11.5. Mary raring to return: Mary Kom, who has been in a prolonged absence from boxing, has decided to return to the light flyweight 48kg division amid speculation that it is among the two categories that the AIBA is pushing for inclusion in the 2020 Tokyo Games.6. The goal that changed Sushants life:?Two years ago, Sushant Mathew became an instant hero when he scored a 94th-minute belter in front of his home fans to put Kerala Blasters 3-0 up in the first leg of the ISL semi-finals against Chennaiyin. Sushant talks about the best moment of his life. Cheap Hydro Flask 32 oz Wide Mouth Flamingo Water Bottle . 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