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Cricket
Litmus test begins for Fleming's men
VISAKHAPATNAM, SEPT. 25.India's `humbling experience' on its last tour of New Zealand is still fresh in one's memory. As is skipper Stephen Fleming's provocative remarks made ahead of the Hamilton Test where he taunted the Indian batsmen to prove ...
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    Tennis
    Purav brings Aditya back to earth
    MUMBAI, SEPT. 25. Aditya Madkekar experienced sport's ups and downs in the course of a single day's action in the International Tennis Federation's junior tournament. He pulled the carpet from under second seed Rupesh Roy's feet in the ...
    Ishwar Prasad claims under-10 title
    COIMBATORE, SEPT. 25. Ishwar Prasad of Tamil Nadu struggled a bit in the initial stages, but found his form midway through to carve a 8-6 win over Bala Kesavan to claim the under-10 title in the IOC-Premium AITA junior tennis tournament at the ...


    Hockey
    Can India stage a comeback?
    KUALA LUMPUR, SEPT. 25. As the teams regroup and fashion their designs to step into the next and the most crucial phase of this Asia Cup hockey competition on Friday, the events as they unfolded in the last few days for India point to an another ...


    Football
    Mohun Bagan in final
    KOLKATA, SEPT. 25.Mohun Bagan moved into the final of the 109th IFA Shield football tournament at the Salt Lake Stadium here on Thursday. Mohun Bagan defeated Tollygunge Agragami 4-1 after being 1-1 at halftime. In a mediocre match under ...


    Chess
    Ramesh makes it in style
    LUCKNOW, SEPT. 25.After Gurpreet Pal Singh and Neeraj Mishra quickly played it safe, the other overnight leader R.B. Ramesh scored a regulation victory in the final round to deservedly walk away with honours in the Piloo Mody international rating ...


    Archery
    Tarundeep, Dola stretched
    AMRITSAR, SEPT. 25.National champion and a strong contender for India's lone Olympic berth in the women's section, Dola Banerjee, escaped by a whisker and stayed alive to be in the semifnals, in the second National ranking prize money archery ...



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