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  • Table Tennis District Ranking Results’18 at MIG Club

    Team Sportsnasha -Special thanks to Suhas Dandekar for accurately reporting.   Midget girls - Swara salgaonkar bt rehetkaur vijan 11-5,11-8,11-4 Midget boys -Merwyn Patel bt Ansh Karnavar 11-6,11-6,11-3 Cadet girls -Sana dsouza bt hardee patel 12-10, 11-6,5-11,12-10 Cadet boys - Tannay rao bt Vineet deep

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  • Quick Headlines: Sports News Today as on 19.10.18

      CRICKET Azharuddin is wrong, says Indian-origin owner of Dukes balls Martin Guptill out of Pakistan series with injury Dhoni could have made the difference, says Harbhajan after Jharkhand’s Vijay Hazare semi-final loss Delhi pull off thriller against Jharkhand to enter Vijay Hazare final Abdu

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  • Hockey: Air India soar to massive 8-0 win

    Air India, Delhi soared to a huge 8-0 win against Union Bank of India, Mumbai in a  Group A match of the 14th PMC Bank-All India Guru Tegh  Bahadur Gold Cup hockey tournament a the Mahindra Stadium, Churchgate on Thursday. RESULTS Air India, Delhi 8 (Raheel Mohd 2, Uttam Singh 2, Abharan Sudev 2, Arjun Sharma,

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  • Akash Malik Claims India’s Maiden Archery Silver

    Akash Malik becomes India's first silver-med-allist in archery at the Youth Olympic Games, providing a fitting finale to the country's best-ever campaign at the marquee event here. The 15-year-old son of a farmer lost a one-sided final to Trenton Cowles of the USA 0-6 as India concluded with three gold, nine silver,

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  • Badminton: Saina Nehwal enters quarters With win over No 2 Yamaguchi

    Indian badminton ace Saina Nehwal defeated World No 2 Akane Yamaguchi of Japan for the first time in four years to enter the Women's singles quarter-finals. The ninth-ranked Indian let go of three match points in the deciding game before pulling off a 23-21, 6-21, 22-10 win over the World No 12 from Indonesia. Nehwa

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