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Easy win for Indus World

Jan. 8: Indus World School defeated St. Joseph’s High School by 9 wickets in a low-scoring encounter at the Indus World School during the cricket event of the DC Sports Meet on Saturday.

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Sama, Sakshi champions

Jan. 8: Nasr School’s Sama Sathwika lifted the tennis title in the girls’ upto 7th standard category defeating Sheik Umeira from J.H. Mukharamja School 4-0, 4-1 during the DC Inter-Schools Sports Meet

Uncapped ones eye bigger slices

Jan. 7: A total of 353 players will go under the hammer in the two-day auction ahead of the fourth edition of the Indian Premier League, but there will be a large number watching the proceedings from

Karthikeyan back in the fast lane with Hispania

Jan. 6: Narain Karthikeyan’s agonising wait is over. After five years, the ace Indian driver is back on the Formula One grid for the 2011 season as the 33-year-old has signed a contract with the Hispa

Badri keeps Tamil Nadu’s hopes afloat

Jan. 5: After two days of soulless cricket, Day Three made for engrossing viewing and one that led to a clear equation emerging in the Ranji Trophy semi-final at the SMS Stadium here on Wednesday. Af

Johnson leads Oz fightback

Jan. 4: England closed to within 113 runs of an innings lead over fighting Australia on Tuesday, after an engrossing second day of the final Ashes Test at the Sydney Cricket Ground. The tourists, chas

Kumble turns RCB mentor

Jan. 4: Cricketer-turned administrator Anil Kumble has finally bid adieu to the game. Having played at the highest level for close to 19 years before retiring from international cricket, Kumble contin

Maestro composes 51st symphony

Jan. 4: The Master Blaster’s appetite for runs cannot be sated, a fired-up Dale Steyn (5/75) notwithstanding. Just days after breaching the 50-Test century landmark, Sachin Tendulkar added one more to

Zubair, Azher, Varun take five apiece; Nitesh hits a century

A five-for by Varunaditya, and a half-century by C.V. Anand ensured that Secunderabad Club beat Roshanara by 25 runs in an ‘A’ division one-day cricket league championship match. Secunderabad, who bat

Easy openers for Som, Yuki

Jan.1: Somdev Devvarman and Yuki Bhambri have been handed easy openers for the Chennai Open tennis tournament that begins here at the SDAT Stadium on Monday. In a draw ceremony for the 32-player field

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