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SPORT - CRICKET
Massive victory for Pakistan
KARACHI: A much-celebrated batting line-up lay in tatters at the National Stadium after a performance bereft of character. The Indians were up against a superior pace attack but then these highly rated batsmen were expected to stand up and be ...

Younis Khan gives credit to Pakistan's lower half
KARACHI: Pakistan's stand-in captain Younis Khan described the resistance from his team's bottom half in the first innings as the turning point in the third Test. "We came back after being down 39 for 6. If India had dismissed us for just 100 ...

U.P. wins battle for the lead, eyes title


HOCKEY
Hari Prasad does the star turn for Bangalore Lions
CHANDIGARH: Two electrifying goals by Hari Prasad lent poetic justice to a match that saw Bangalore Lions pitted against an inspired Chandigarh Dynamos, some questionable umpiring and of course a hostile audience in the third and deciding final ...

ATHLETICS
Sunitha sprints to gold
PALAYAMKOTTAI: Athletes from Mahatma Gandhi University, Kottayam, led by sprint queen Sunitha Varghese, took three out of the seven golds that were decided on the third day of the 66th all-India inter-university athletic meet, organised by the ...

Cricket
World Cup qualifiers turn to technology
CHENNAI: : Representatives from four ICC Associate Member countries, Scotland, Ireland, Canada and Bermuda which qualified for the 2007 World Cup, visited the city for a one-week match analysis training workshop from January 26 to February 1. ...

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Archana prevails over Sai
MUZAFFARNAGAR: Archana Venkataraman tamed the fourth-seeded Sai Jayalakshmy 7-5, 2-6, 6-2 in the pre-quarterfinals of the Bhavna Swarup memorial ITF women's tennis tournament at the Services Club grass courts here on Wednesday. Archana ...

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