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    England pockets NatWest series
    THE OVAL, SEPT. 3. Mohammad Kaif did a world of good to his reputation even as India slipped to another big defeat at the hands of England in the second match of the NatWest Challenge. His second half century of the tournament, this one a far ...

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    `No serious attempt to clean the drug mess'
    NEW DELHI, SEPT. 3. A Parliamentary committee has suggested that only the Sports Authority of India (SAI) and the Indian Olympic Association (IOA) should handle dope-testing procedures in order to avoid complications in future. The ...

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