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COMMONWEALTH GAMES
Indian men create golden history
Mouma guides Indian women to bronze medal, beating Guang in decider

COMMONWEALTH GAMES
Indian shooters' gold hunt continues
Shuttlers clinch bronze beating the Kiwis

SPORT - COMMENT
Trashing Tendulkar isn't cricket


CRICKET
England in a commanding position
India's only hope lies in bowling the visitor out cheaply in the second innings

It will be a great Test match
Dravid threw England a lifeline and it has grabbed it with both hands, says Geoffrey Boycott

HOCKEY
India's hopes rekindled
MELBOURNE: Luxuriating in the fragrance of victory and a hail of goals, India triggered hopes of a semifinal berth for men and women in the hockey competition. The 10-1 thrashing of Trinidad and Tobago by the men, and the 8-0 by the women ...

BODY BUILDING
Bijit Gogoi is `Mr. India 2006'
MANGALORE: Assam's Bijit Gogoi, winner in the 90kg class, was declared `Mr. India 2006' at the Federation Cup bodybuilding championship, which concluded late on Sunday. Ganesh Shenoy of Karnataka who won the 90+ kg class was declared the best ...

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Roger Federer's reign continues
The Swiss starts slowly but rolls over Blake for a hat-trick of titles

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Chopra finishes tied 59th
MIAMI: : Form deserted Daniel Chopra in the final round as the Indian-born Swede crashed to tied 59th after a horrendous six-over 78 in the $5 million Bay Hill Invitational here on Sunday. Barring the birdies on the ninth and 14th holes, ...

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Racing : Horse


Sports : General
The Results
Athletics: Men: 20km walk: 1. Nathan Deakes (Aus) 1:19:55, 2. Luke Adams (Aus) 1:21:38, 3. Jared Tallent (Aus) 1:23:32. Shot put: 1. Janus Robberts (RSA) 19.76m, 2. Dorian Scott (Jam) 19.75, 3. Scott Martin (Aus) 19.48. ...

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