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Indian women sweep discus event, silver for Tintu

Hosts India bagged three gold, five silver and five bronze medals with the women making a clean sweep in the discus throw event in the rain-interrupted first leg of the Asian Grand Prix at Shiv Chhatrapati sports complex here on Tuesday.

Tintu targets Asian Games gold

She recently made her arrival in the senior circuit in style, but legendary P.T. Usha’s protege Tintu Luka wants to take it easy in the first leg of the Asian GP which stars here on Tuesday.

Indian talent to be tested

It will be a reality test for Indian athletes ahead of the Delhi Commonwealth Games when they vie for top honours in the first leg of Asian Grand Prix to be held at Shiv Chhatrapati Sports Complex her

Pawar under pressure to support Howard

With the cricket boards of South Africa and Zimbabawe rejecting the nomination of former Australian Prime Minister John Howard for the ICC vice-president’s post, pressure is mounting on India to take a stand one way or the other.

Pune FC, Churchill in fight for second place

With the I-League crown already in Dempo’s bag, hosts Pune FC will take on Churchill Brothers in a penultimate round match for the runners-up place here on Thursday .
A victory over the visitors will mean that Pune FC will replace Churchill in the second place, which will be a credible achievement for the I-League debutants.

Access to Headley likely in weeks ahead: Roemer

The US on Wednesday said India will be able to get direct access to 26/11 accused David Headley in the “weeks ahead” after some formalities are completed.

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