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Hong Kong batsmen cave in meekly
Pakistan begins Asia Cup campaign with a resounding 155-run win

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We won’t be experimenting too much: Dhoni
Karachi: In the lead-up to Wednesday’s Group B match against Hong Kong, Indian skipper M.S. Dhoni said, “it is a funny game and we won’t be experimenting much.” Dhoni’s statement hinted that complacency will ...

TENNIS
Courageous Sania gets past Castano
Her unswerving self-belief and the ability to dig deep see her through

EURO 2008
Full-strength Germany against a depleted Turkey
TENERO (Switzerland): Turkey has relied on some very German qualities to get into the semifinals of the European Championship, and now it will have the chance to test them against the three-time champion when the two teams meet for a spot in ...

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Memories of an uplifting triumph
‘Kapil’s Devils’ delighted fans with remarkable performances

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Srikkanth still lives the dream
Chennai: Krishnamachari Srikkanth remembers a dream from the field of dreams. He, then, tells himself – “No, this is for real.” There are occasions when the line between dreamland and reality can be blurred. And the ...

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Win proved India was a power in ODIs: Gavaskar
Mumbai: Sunil Gavaskar executed a few lovely straight drives in the Prudential World Cup ‘83 semifinal against England to give a rousing start for India chasing England’s 216. In the final Gavaskar showed a safe pair of hands at ...

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A knock that rewrote history
A young all-rounder rewrote the history of Indian cricket at a non-descript cricket field in Kent 25 years ago. That epic act transformed the face of how Indians took to cricket and Kapil Dev, as chief architect of that performance, ...

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