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England beats India, levels series


Indian batsmen didn’t offer much resistance:and bowled out for 178 in a shade under 67 overs in the second innings to allow Englishmen to register 266-runs victory and levelling the series. About 10 minutes remained of the morning session on the final dy, when the off-spinner Moeen beat the tentative bat of India’s last man Pankaj Singh and hit the ... Read More »

August 2014


August 20: Seven CWG medallists weightlifters make it to Asian Games squad Seven medallists from the Glasgow Commonwealth Games have made it to the 10-member Indian lifting squad for the upcoming Asiad in Incheon. India lifters brought home as many as 12 medals from Scotland. Five men and as many women will represent India at the Asiad, to be held ... Read More »



2011 Sania-Vesnina jump to second spot The semifinal appearance in the women’s doubles event at the just concluded Wimbledon championship, catapulted Sania Mirza and Elena Vesnina of Russia to number two position in the WTA ranking. Sania-Elena pair have 4506 points to their credit while leading pair of Kveta Peschke and Katarina Srebotnik, have 6865 points. The top-four pairs will ... Read More »

Five boxers including Vijender, Pinki assured medals at CWG 2014


Indian boxers Pinki Jangra, L. Sarita Devi, Devendro Singh, Mandeep Jangra and Vijender Singh reached the semi-finals of the Commonwealth Games in their respective categories at the SECC Hall here Wednesday. However, Amritpreet Singh bit the dust as he lost the men’s 91 kg quarter-final bout to local pugilist Stephen Lavelle. The judges found the Scot to be better in ... Read More »

Sardara, Ritu Rani lead Hockey teams to Glasgow CWG


Hockey India announced the women’s team for the forthcoming Commonwealth Games scheduled to be held at Glasgow from July 23 to August 3. India will start its campaign against Canada on July 24. Speaking on the selection, chief coach Neil Hawgood said: “The team showcased good play, team spirit and a go-getter spirit in the recently concluded Malaysian Tour. “Each ... Read More »

India’s chances of repeat 2010 CWG success are dim


Expectations are bound to be high as the Indian team gets into action from Thursday, given the fact that the country had reaped rich dividends at home in 2010. India had finished second in the overall tally behind Australia with a haul of 101 medals, made up of 38 golds, 27 silvers and 36 bronzes. The chances of a repeat show is quite ... Read More »

Historic win for India at Lord’s


Lord’s, London, July 21 Mediun pacer Ishant Sharma, bowling with great zest and enthusiasm, claimed seven wickets to take India to a historic 95-run victory over Englandin the second Test at Lord’s on Monday, their first overseas win since 2011. India’s second victory at the home of cricket and first since 1986 continued England’s miserable year after series defeats by Australia ... Read More »

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