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Shane Warne fined for breach of conduct

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Australian spin legend Shane Warne was today fined Aus$ 5000 for breaching Cricket Australia’s code of behaviour in the domestic Big Bash League.

Australia take grip as Sri Lanka crash out

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Australia skittled out Sri Lanka for 156 and trailed by just six runs after an eventful opening day saw 13 wickets fall in the second Melbourne Test today.

Aus network says it did not break any law in clearing call

An Australian radio network whose prank call to a hospital treating Kate Middleton led to the death of an Indian-origin nurse today insisted that it did not break any laws, as it came under pressure to explain who cleared the call.

Champions Trophy: England stun Germany, Australia, Netherland win

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Field hockey powerhouses Australia and the Netherlands played out a scoreless draw to keep open the fight for top spot in Pool B at the Champions Trophy in Melbourne on Sunday.

In the day's other mat

Aussies down Belgium 4-2 to launch hunt for fifth Champions trophy title in row

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Australia began their hunt for a fifth successive Champions Trophy title by spiking debutant Belgium's challenge 4-2 in a Pool A match on the opening day at the State Hockey Centre here today.

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India start Champions Trophy campaign with 3-1 win over Eng

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India made a bright start to their campaign at the Champions Trophy hockey tournament with a come-from-behind 3-1 win over England in Pool A at the State Hockey Centre here today.

The new-look Indian

India confronted with test of character at Champions Trophy

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Returning to Champions Trophy hockey tournament after six years, India are confronted with a test of character as they take on England in the lung-opener on Saturday, aiming to wipe off the bitter mem

Aussies look for redemption, eye Champions Trophy

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An unexpected failure to land gold at the London Olympics is driving Australia to go after an unprecedented fifth straight title at the Champions Trophy, starting in Melbourne on Saturday.

In the fi

Test of character for India in Melbourne

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Melbourne: Returning to Champions Trophyhockey tournament after six years, India are confronted with a test of character as they take on England the lung-opener here tomorrow, aiming to wipe off the b

India confronted with test of character at Champions Trophy

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Returning to Champions Trophy hockey tournament after six years, India are confronted with a test of character as they take on England the lung-opener here tomorrow, aiming to wipe off the bitter memo

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