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Nervous Ishant hopes India cross the bridge

Oct. 4: Ishant Sharma, who had played a major part in bowling Australia out for 192 in the first Test against Australia, said India could still pull it off, if they batted sensibly.

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Kangaroos have hosts on the hop

Oct. 4: What it gave during the day, was gone in the evening. Ishant Sharma (3/34) and Co. got the ball to rear up from a treacherous Day Four pitch to leave India with an achievable 216-run target in

Sun Kingdom appeals most

Oct. 4: Irfan Ghatala-trained Sun Kingdom is all set to reign supreme in the Fernhills Palace Mysore 2000 Guineas, the highlight of the races to be held here on Tuesday.
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Edwards’ IVF led to stem cell advances

Oct. 4: After the British test tube baby pioneer, Prof. Robert G. Edwards, was on Monday awarded the Nobel Prize in physiology or medicine, his wife Ms Ruth and his family said in a statement on Monda

London subway strike hits commuters hard

Oct. 4: Only 30 to 40 per cent of London Underground service ran this Monday morning, as the transport unions RMT and TSSA staged the second round of the “walkout’ to protest the proposed job cuts tha

Tory govt seeks welfare cuts and caps

Oct. 4: British chancellor of exchequer George Osborne on Monday announced a tough new cap on the total amount of welfare payments and that high-earning families will not receive child benefit payment

50 per cent of IAF equipment obsolete: Naik

Oct. 4: The Indian Air Force and Army have been entrusted with the task of guarding the Commonwealth Games from aerial threats but their air defence systems have become obsolete due to long delays in

4 cops die in Naxal mine blast

Oct. 4: Two sub-inspectors of the Maharashtra police and two CRPF personnel were killed when Naxalites exploded a powerful improvised explosive device in a marketplace when they were out shopping.


Nato may hit LeT in Pak

Oct. 4: Nato military forces are preparing to launch an attack on Lashkar-e-Tayy-aba (LeT) terrorists inside Pakistan to appease India, intelligence reports here have claimed.

“The Nato forces, led b

Laxman does it again for Team India


A final day chase can be full of surprises, showing the game in its most competitive form and offering scope create tales that are truly original. The fifth day at Mohali was another reminder of how t

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