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    India four wickets shy of wrapping up series
    Despite partnership between Jayawardene and Dilshan

    Cricket
    Ganguly confident of return
    NEW DELHI: : The last has not been heard on the Sourav Ganguly issue. His meeting with board president Sharad Pawar may not have brought any great cheer to the Ganguly camp, which, however, is still confident of the former captain making a ...

    Chappell happy with the patience shown by the team
    AHMEDABAD: After a hard-fought fourth day on which India was widely expected to seal the deal, coach Greg Chappell said he was happy with the patience his side had displayed when the Sri Lankans batted well. "I was happy with it. Would have ...

    BSC emerges champion
    Bangalore: Bangalore Sports Club (BSC) emerged champion in the KSCA Group I fourth division league that concluded here recently. In the final, BSC defeated Jawahar Sports Club (2) by 101 runs. The scores: Group I (fourth division) final: ...

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    Equestrian
    Army riders assert supremacy
    KOLKATA: Army riders continued to dominate the second day of the National Equestrian Championship for the novice and medium grade horses held at the Royal Calcutta Turf Club on Wednesday. Nd. Ris. Bhagirath of RTS&D, Hempur did the best in the ..

    Racing : Horse
    King Of The Turf claims feature
    MYSORE: Mr. B.L. Sanjeev Kumar's King Of The Turf (Vivek up) won the Sweet Memories Cup, the feature event at the races held here today. The winner is trained by Sandhu. The results: 1. VANI VILAS SAGAR PLATE (Div II) (1,400m), rated ...

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    Sports : General
    Khalsa CC beats Saroj CC
    HYDERABAD: Khalsa CC defeated Saroj CC in the A Division (two-day) league cricket tournament here on Wednesday. The scores: B-Division one-day knockout: semifinal: Rushiraj 204 for eight (Mobhin 45, B. Ravi Kiran four for 26) lost to ...

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    Swimming
    Short course swimming
    BANGALORE: The sixth State short course swimming championship will be held at the Corporation swimming pool in Basavanagudi here from December 26 to 28. This championship will also serve as a selection trial for the State team that will take ...

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