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Deccan Herald » Sports

Pakistan face Australia in title tilt today

It will be an exciting finale to the 10-day long tournament with both the finalists determined to lay their hands on the trophy
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Razzaq’s blitzkrieg goes in vain for Pak

A sensational knock by the all-rounder almost took Pakistan home but New Zealand held their nerve to scrape home and take the series 4-1
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Nalbandian tames Agassi for crown

It was not the perfect finish for Agassi ahead of the Australian Open beginning on Monday
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Atwal cards two-under, makes the cut

The ace Indian golfer made a good beginning in his maiden US PGA Tour event with a consistent performance
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Sandy emerges champ

The Indian had no answer to the Indonesian’s power play, succumbing in straight sets in a one-sided final
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Jacobs caught in doping cloud

World indoor 1,500-metre record holder Regina Jacobs, 40, has tested positive for the previously undetectable steroid tetrahydrogestrinone (THG), the US Olympic Committee (USOC) has announced.
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Joseph sets up KRL win; KSEB eves stun S Rly

The country’s best spiker was in awesome form as ONGC found out to their dismay in their opening encounter while HSIDC kept up their good run in the tournament
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Live on ESPN, 8.45 am
Injury-hit India up against Australia

With Agarkar ruled out of the match, the Indian attack will be in the hands of rookie fast bowlers in the tri-series match against Australia
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Anand downs Shirov; stays joint leader

The Indian has always held the psychological edge over his Spanish opponent, and that came in handy once again
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Retired Srinath dons new role

Javagal Srinath is in town. Not to play, but to write a column. From gripping the seam of the ball, he has endeavoured to hold the pen. He is to ...
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Pakistan U-17 team arrives

The Pakistan under-17 cricket team arrived in Bangalore on Friday night to participate in the second round of the Asia Cup beginning on Monday.
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Gibbs, Kallis magnificent

While the opener made the highest score by a South African against the Carribeans, the all-rounder became the first Protea to hit four successive Test tons
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Need to sustain the intensity: Ganguly

The 18-run defeat at the MCG has fired up the Indians. They believe that they have the potential to trounce the Australians in the one-dayers, as they very nearly did in the Test series.
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