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Cricket
Yet another challenge for India
MULTAN, MARCH 27. Hot and dusty Multan is steeped in history. It is a town of Sufi saints and tombs, of weather-beaten forts and tales of survival. It is fitting that a Test match of historic significance be staged in a place that many claim is ...

VIEW FROM PAKISTAN
Pakistan bowlers must deliver
Like the intense battle in the one-day series, I expect another tight finish in the three-Test series. The team that grabs its opportunities at the right time will come out the winner. I haven't played a Test at the Multan cricket stadium, but ...

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    Football
    Gunners chase title and record
    LONDON, MARCH 27. Arsenal is chasing a record and the Premier League title. Manchester United is out to restore lost pride. The two teams who have cleaned up the league title for almost a decade meet at Highbury on Sunday with 12 points ...

    Chess
    Anand defeats Kramnik
    NEW DELHI, MARCH 27.Viswanathan Anand underscored his supremacy over Vladimir Kramnik in their crucial rapid game in the sixth round of the Amber blindfold and rapid chess tournament at Monte Carlo on Friday night. On a day when nine of the 12 ...

    Golf
    Pablo sets up three-stroke lead
    NEW DELHI, MARCH 27.Riding his luck to the hilt, Pablo Del Olmo raced away to a three-stroke lead by firing a 67 for a three-round aggregate of 14-under 202 in the third and penultimate round of the Royal Challenge Indian Open golf tournament ...

    Sports : General
    SAF Games: Organisers have things under control
    ISLAMABAD, MARCH 27. `Welcome to the Neighbourhood'. That is how the colourful hoarding greets one in front of the Jinnah Stadium here. Linking people, connecting nations. That is what SAF Games is all about for the neighbourhood, and the ...

    Trade
    Serena returns with an easy win
    KEY BISCAYNE, MARCH 27. Resplendent rather than rusty, Serena Williams looked like a costumed superhero and played pretty well, too. She unveiled a sleek white and silver outfit, smacked aces, pumped her fist and won in 42 minutes. Serena's back, ...



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