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India draw towards likely Pakistan test
The celebrations in the South Korean camp after the final hooter in their pool A game against India this afternoon suggested that the team had struck gold. Actually, they were delighted with a 1-1 result that would probably earned them a weaker ...  | Read.. 
 
Indians go down tamely
Playing a singles match is akin to climbing the Mount Everest for Leander Paes these days. He stands a chance only if the co ...  | Read.. 
 
Qamar floors Pak rival
Indiaís medal count at the Asian Games may be progressing at snailís pace but they registered a significant triumph Friday: ...  | Read.. 
 
North end Chinese rule in table tennis
China all but locked up the Asian Games swimming medal race with Xu Yanmei winning the womenís 50 metres freestyle on Friday ...  | Read.. 
 
Daljit Singh Dhillon (right) and Deepak Thakur celebrate after the former scored the equaliser against Korea Friday. (Reuters)
 
 
 
Mongia hits unbeaten ton
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Shiv Sundar looks certain to make XIV
Despite being ignored during the four Tests in England and also not getting a call for the Boar..  | Read.. 
 
Pakistan fight to avoid follow-on
Australia took charge of the first Test against Pakistan despite a fightba ...  | Read.. 
 
Sri Lanka repose faith in pace
TOUR OF South Africa ...  | Read.. 
 
SA-Bangla card
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ICC emphasis on recognition
Player associations must be recognised by their own boards before an umbre ...  | Read.. 
 
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