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Windies surrender to Harbhajan
In looking ahead, vanquished captain Carl Hooper is actually falling back on the past. Only, given the Indians’ brutally efficient showing at the Wankhede, drawing comfort from the 2-1 result at home earlier this year alone won’t do.After being beat ...  | Read.. 
 
Pakistan sink to new low
In an astonishing “desert” ambush, Australia on Saturday inflicted a humiliating innings and 198-run defeat on Pakistan in l ...  | Read.. 
 
Srichaphan aims for top 20
Paradorn Srichaphan was in the midst of a purple patch on the ATP circuit. A run to the title round in Washington was follow ...  | Read.. 
 
Anand back in reckoning
After a shock defeat to compatriot K. Sasikiran in the previous round, defending champion Viswanathan Anand bounced back int ...  | Read.. 
 
Harbhajan Singh appeals successfully against Cameron Cuffy at the Wankhede in Mumbai on Saturday. The off-spinner finished with a match haul of eight for 85. (AFP)
 
 
 
Japanese skill up against Iranian power
The Koreans are still in mourning. Of all the medals they have been collecting in different discipl..  | Read.. 
Heroic fight ends in agony
The heroic fightback was rendered insignificant in the end. There was only silver around their neck..  | Read.. 
 
Paes should talk to me first: Bhupathi
Mahesh Bhupathi is in no mood to open a dialogue with Leander Paes on a po ...  | Read.. 
 
Sunita sole track success
Long distance runner Sunita Rani’s bronze the women’s 5000 m was the only ...  | Read.. 
 
Schumi hits ‘half-century’
Michael Schumacher seized the 50th pole position of his Formula One career ...  | Read.. 
 
China keep up dominance
Sun Yingjie added the 5,000 metres gold to her 10,000 title at the Asian G ...  | Read.. 
 
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