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    Rayudu to replace Badani
    MUMBAI, AUG. 10. Hyderabad's Ambati Rayudu will replace the injured Hemang Badani in the India `A' team for a tri-series and two `Tests' against Kenya. According to the BCCI Secretary S. K. Nair, the Tamil Nadu lefthander had damaged his ankle ...

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    Garcia stuns Davydenko
    SOPOT (POLAND), AUG. 10. Chile's Adrian Garcia came from behind to defeat No. 2 seed Nikolay Davydenko of Russia 3-6, 7-6(5), 6-4 on Monday on a day of upsets that saw four seeded players ousted from the men's draw in the first round of the IDEA ...

    Nilaya enters main draw
    CHENNAI, AUG. 10. Andhra Pradesh's T. Nilaya defeated C. Rajeswari of Tamil Nadu 6-2, 6-4 in the girls' under-14 final qualifying round of the India Pistions junior AITA (super series) tennis tournament at the Krishnan Tennis Centre (Kottivakkam) ...

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    Bhutia is captain
    KOLKATA, AUG. 10. Star striker Baichung Bhutia was retained the captain of the Indian football team as the All India Football Federation (AIFF) announced a 20-member squad on Tuesday for the LG Cup football tournament in Vietnam and the 2006 ...

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    Kidambi in sole lead
    OLOMOUC (CZECH REPUBLIC), AUG. 10. S. Kidambi stretched his spectacular run in the Olomouc Open chess tournament by scoring over sixth seeded Greek Andreas Tzermiadianos. After the sixth round here on Monday, Kidambi led with 5.5 points. ...

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    Indian athletes getting acclimatised
    ATHENS, AUG. 10.With just 48 hours to go for the opening of the XXVIII Olympiad, Indian athletes are undergoing rigorous training sessions to acclimatise themselves to the conditions in this historic city. Most of the Indian contingent members, ...

    In search of the perfect 10
    ATHENS, AUG. 10.One of Nadia Comaneci's perfect 10s at the Montreal Olympics wasn't — well — perfect. "She had a slight hop to the landing and that should be at least a half a tenth," coach Martha Karolyi said of the beam dismount ...

    Susanthika decides not to run
    COLOMBO, AUG. 10. Sprinter Susanthika Jayasinghe, Sri Lanka's first ever Olympic medal-winner, will not run at the Athens Games due to a recurring leg injury, dashing the South Asian country's medal hopes, newspapers reported on ...

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