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Nine athletes fail dope tests

New Delhi: The doping menace continued to haunt Indian sports with the NADA on Thursday announcing that nine athletes tested positive for banned substances during the National Games which ended in Ran

'London Olympics logo not racist'

London: International Olympic Committee (IOC) president Jacques Rogge has dismissed claims by Iran that the London 2012 Olympics logo spells the word 'Zion' and is racist.

The Iranian National Olympi

Kenya in trouble as Kula, Malinga strike

Colombo: Nuwan Kulasekara and comeback boy Lasith Malinga has blew open the Kenyan batting line up by taking off both their openers here at the R. Premadasa Stadium on Tuesday.

Kula, who was called i

Sachin smashes record fifth World Cup hundred, departs for 120

Bengaluru: Sachin Tendulkar today reached another milestone as he became the highest century-maker in World Cup history by scoring his fifth hundred in the prestigious event.

The 37-year-old reac

Target 339: England fighting despite losing Trott, Pieterson

Bengaluru: Piyush Chawla trapped Jonathan Trott in front of the stumps to give the second break India needed in their World Cup Group B match on Sunday.

It was Munaf Patel who struck gold first to b

Dhoni looks at part-timers

Feb. 26: Skipper Mahendra Singh Dhoni indicated that India might go in with three seamers, resisting the temptation of playing a second spinner against England here on Sunday.

England’s weakness for

‘Ticket fiasco, a fact of life’

Feb. 26: The ticket rush for the England-India clash at the M. Chinnaswamy Stadium here on Thursday morning caught the attention of the international media.

The chaotic scenes and the police caning t

India elect to bat against Eng, seamer Broad to miss match

Bengaluru: India won the toss and elected to bat against England at the M. Chinnaswamy Stadium on Sunday.

England suffered a blow just before the match as seamer Stuart Broad was ruled out of the blo

Sachin departs after entertaining 120

Bengaluru: Sachin Tendulkar departed after hitting an entertaining 120 here at M. Chinnaswamy stadium. James Anderson was the man who brought relief to the English side.

Earlier, Master Blaster Sach

Red-hot Aussies roast Kiwis

Feb. 25: Lights, camera and it was Australian action all day long. The defending champions crucified arch-rivals New Zealand by seven wickets in a grossly one-sided encounter at the VCA Stadium here o

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