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CRICKET
A stupendous achievement
Manoj, Shaibaaz felicitated for their feat

TENNIS
Federer, Nalbandian advance
SHANGHAI: Roger Federer reached the Masters Cup semifinals and helped defending champion David Nalbandian along with him. Nalbandian ousted Andy Roddick 6-2, 7-6(4) on Thursday for his first win of the round-robin stage. That assured Federer ...

GOLF
Brilliant Randhawa in joint lead
Hong Kong: Jyoti Randhawa played a brilliant back nine to card a first round of six-under 64 and take a share of the lead at the $2 million UBS Hong Kong Open at the Fanling Country Club here on Thursday. The 34-year-old Indian began sedately ...

BADMINTON
Saina storms into final; Kanetkar meets Lee


Cricket
Hanumant Singh in critical condition
MUMBAI: : Hanumant Singh, popularly known as `Chotu' and capped 14 times by India, is under life support system — ventilator and renal dialysis — at the Breach Candy Hospital here. One among the 11 Indians to have scored a century ...

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Selection trials
BANGALORE: Selection trials for the State junior archery team will be held at the Sree Kanteerava Stadium in Bangalore on Nov. 26. The team will take part in the National meet to be held in December at Gangtok. For details contact the State ...

Athletics
India's day out
BANGALORE: : It was a gold glut for the host on the second day of the 14th Asian Masters athletics championships at the Sree Kanteerava Stadium here on Thursday. 42 gold medals came India's way as Sri Lanka (12) and Japan (8) did the catching ...

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KSP scores win
Bangalore: KSP defeated BSC 25-5, 25-6, 25-10 in a State-level floodlit volleyball tournament match here on Thursday. In another match, CIL defeated Sports Hostel 25-21, 25-19, ...

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