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ACC tourney: India's matches shifted from Karachi to Lahore
MUMBAI, OCT. 27.India's matches in the Videocon Asian Cricket Council (under-19) four-nation tournament has been shifted from the National Stadium, Karachi to the Gadaffi Stadium, Lahore. The BCCI Jt. Secretary Prof. Ratnakar Shetty said that ...
India starts off in style
It was a fine win for India at Gwalior. Getting the better of Australia, in any form of the game, is never easy. India got it right at the start and it was an important toss to win for Rahul Dravid. The pitch at Gwalior got slower and lower as ...
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  • Tendulkar's seventh century against Aussies


    Afro-Asian Games
    It's double delight for the Indians
    HYDERABAD, OCT. 27. India bagged the gold in the men's as well as the women's team championships of the tennis competitions of the first Afro-Asian Games at the Lal Bahadur stadium tennis complex here on Monday. In the men's final India beat ...
    Zimbabwe qualifies for semifinals
    HYDERABAD, OCT. 27.Burkina Faso's 2-1 win against Iran win served just one purpose. Both the teams went out of contention while Zimbabwe's draw helped it qualify for the semifinals as the second team behind Uzbekistan from Group B in the football ...
    Gold eludes Manavjit's grasp
    HYDERABAD, OCT. 27.India's Manavjit Singh Sandhu narrowly missed gold in the trap event of the shooting championships at the University of Hyderabad range here on Monday. The qualifiers had thrown up a four way tie, featuring three Indians and ...
    Diwakar Prasad too good for Kasina
    HYDERABAD, OCT. 27. The superiority of the host continent's boxers was very much in evidence on the third day of competition at the Swarnandhra Pradesh indoor stadium here on Monday. Carrying the cause forward were pugilists from the former ...
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  • Medals tally
  • Alabi pips Sateesha to gold
  • Austin takes gold in 800m freestyle
  • Today's schedule
  • A better fare expected


    Tennis
    Sai loses in final
    NEW DELHI, OCT. 27. Top-seeded Sai Jayalakshmy lost in the final of the $10,000 ITF women's circuit tennis tournament in Lagos, Nigeria, last week. The 553rd-ranked Sai lost 4-6, 4-6 to the 1030th-ranked Heidi El Tabakh of Egypt, after beating ...
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  • Good day for Karnataka boys
  • Nihal downs Ashwani


    Hockey
    Gagan shows his class as India humbles Pakistan
    HYDERABAD, OCT. 27. India's star forward Gagan Ajit Singh seemed to have reserved his best for the big match against Pakistan. For someone who was almost unobtrusive in the two previous matches, Gagan showed his class with two brilliant efforts ...


    Football
    Mahindra United wins title in Maldives
    MUMBAI, OCT. 27. Mahindra United won the President's Cup football championship in Maldives defeating Valencia 3-1 in the final for its first international title on Saturday. Mahindra, coached by Briton David Booth, scored nine goals and ...


    Billiards & Snooker
    Advani gets warm welcome
    MUMBAI, OCT. 27. An Indian world champion returned home in the wee hours on Monday at the Sahar International Airport. Men and women stealing a catnap at the arrival lounge did not mind being woken up by the sudden commotion and watching the ...


    Chess
    Anand outwits Karpov, enters quarterfinals
    CAP D'AGDE, OCT. 27. Former world champion Viswanathan Anand scored a marathon 98-move victory over Anatoly Karpov of Russia to book a quarterfinal berth in the World rapid chess championship here at the CCAS premises in Cap d'Agde, France on ...
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  • Indian boys continue good show
  • Mixed results for India
  • National under-7 meet inaugurated



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