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CRICKET
Rain plays spoilsport yet again
Match to be resumed today; brave decision by Dravid to bat

SOUTH ASIAN GAMES
Games open amidst high security
COLOMBO: Splendid colour, lilting music and traditional strains from Sri Lanka's rich history marked the opening ceremony of the South Asian Games here on Friday when the rains relented, but only partially. But then, the wait was long for the ...

SOUTH ASIAN GAMES
Shuttlers launch India's gold rush
COLOMBO: The gold rush has begun for India in right earnest in the South Asian Games. At the Sugathadasa Indoor Stadium, the Indian National anthem echoed as the badminton players did what was expected of them by winning the gold medals in the ...

CRICKET
Pakistan piles on the misery
England looks a listless bunch; Farahat falls nine short of a century

HOCKEY
Preference for experience
CHENNAI:

Cricket
Cricketers return with tails between their legs: Poll
JOHANNESBURG: : The South African team, on Friday, got a divided mandate at home on its decision to return home after pulling out of a tri-nation cricket series in Sri Lanka. The national SAFM radio held a special programme and asked listeners ...

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Radjabov in driver's seat
MAINZ: Teimour Radjabov of Azerbaijan escaped from the jaws of defeat in the second game to turn the tables on Viswanathan Anand in the best of eight Chess Classic match at the Mainz Hilton on Thursday. Radjabov leads 1.5-0.5. After the first ...

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Phil Mickelson, Tiger Woods prove to be an even match
A par round sees Chopra in 61st spot

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