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India scripts a stirring come-from-behind win
Friday's match between India and Australia is a virtual semifinal; Tendulkar, Lara show glimpses of class

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Hingis, Rezai advance
The Frenchwoman has it easy; the Swiss sweats it out

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`Mitchell is a fantastic find'


Dravid all praise for his bowlers
KUALA LUMPUR: Captain Rahul Dravid commended his bowlers for bringing the side back into the game and ensuring Team India didn't have to shoulder the burden of picking up a bonus point against Australia in its last league match. "I thought the ...

Friday match to be played on first pitch
KUALA LUMPUR: Friday's match between India and Australia has been shifted to the pitch used for the tournament opener, and initially scheduled to be used for the final. The decision on the track for Sunday's final will be made after Friday's ...

England keeps faith in injured cricketers
LONDON: : England captain Michael Vaughan was among a trio of injured players awarded a new England and Wales Cricket Board contract on Wednesday despite missing the whole of 2006 through injury. The man who led England to Ashes victory last ...

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Delhi to host Asian junior judo
NEW DELHI: This will be for the first time India will host an Asian level judo competition which is expected to attract judokas from China, Korea and Japan. India will also host the Rajiv Gandhi international judo championship in January 2008 ...

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