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Introspection and a sense of regret
Its time for some political parties and politicians to regret either having broken away from a coalition or spurning a suitor in the build-up to the general elections. ... |
Captaincy is a burden: Yuvi
Kings XI Punjab captain Yuvraj Singh was in a relaxed mood after his sides victory over the Delhi DareDevils but t ... |
Barnes set to join Chargers
South African bowling coach Victor Barnes will work with the Deccan Chargers team for the rest of the Indian Premier Lea ... |
Bagan may opt for a dialogue
Mohun Bagan are on fire-fighting mode to repair the damage the Bhaichung Bhutia show-cause controversy has caused the cl ... |
United we stand!
Manchester United players celebrate with the trophy after winning the English Premier League title. A draw against Arsenal at Old Tra ... |
Last ball hits Knights for six (AP)
The Kolkata Knight Riders lost yet another Indian Premier League match, this time a last-ball thriller against ..
Rajasthan Royals eye last-four spot
Defending champions Rajasthan Royals would look to set one foot on the semi-final spot with a w..
Newcastle United back in the relegation zone
The Premiership was decided Saturday by a home draw, but a similar res ... |
Boxers left stranded
An Indian boxing contingent, which had travelled to Almaty, Kazakhstan ... |
Safina sets up final against Wozniacki
World No. 1 Dinara Safina overcame erratic form to beat unseeded Swiss ... |
Rafa can better Laver: Agassi
Andre Agassi has tipped Rafael Nadal to surpass his own achievements a ... |
Another loss for Mumbai Indians
J.P. Duminy hit 62 and Abhishek Nayar added an unbeaten 33 to guide th ... |
Yuvis men face the Chargers
The Kings XI Punjab, on a high after a morale-boosting six-wicket vict ... |
Mumbai Indians are almost out of race
Matthew Hayden hit 60 not out to lead the Chennai Super Kings to a sev ... |
Tendulkar: Batsmen let us down
Sachin Tendulkar, captain of the Mumbai Indians, held his batsmen responsib ... |
Windies on the ropes, again
Alistair Cook reached a career-best 160 and Matt Prior hit a speedy 63 ... |
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Precious wins on Day I
SSP Chowrasia makes the cut
Prakash, Harsh in finals
Not ready for Brazil: Ronaldo
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